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Getting out of the Self-Isolation Blues with Fun Crafts and Activities

We had to self isolate ourselves with my four-year-old son for the past few days. I knew right away we would need some self-isolation crafts and activities. There was a child in his class that tested positive for Covid. This means we stay home to keep others safe and wait
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Family Literacy Day with READ Saskatoon and Saskatoon Public Library

Encourage a love of learning this Family Literacy Day! Celebrate Family Literacy Day with READ Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Public Library. Join them on January 27 for one of two free online events. Join them for song, rhymes, storytelling, literacy games and a chance to hear more about literacy programs in
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Saskatoon Public Library Programming
Saskatoon Public Library Programming in a Nutshell

This December, Saskatoon Public Library Programming is online, but you can visit your favourite library as well! To continue with their great work during COVID-19, the library is offering lots of online programming for everyone from two months to 90 years! Check out what’s happening: Saskatoon Public Library Programming Festive
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CP Holiday Train
TOOT TOOT! The CP Holiday Train From the Comfort of Your Home!

There’s something a bit magical about trains during the holiday season! Experience the spirit of Christmas with the 23rd annual CP Holiday Train virtually on December 18  to sing along to some of your holiday favourites and help raise money for food banks across North America. The CP Holiday Train at
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Sing Choirs of Angels with the Saskatoon Children’s Choir–Contemporary Tunes and Classic Favourites

Join the Saskatoon Children’s Choir for their seasonal concert Sing Choirs of Angels! This festive event features both contemporary and classic festive pieces that will delight concert-goers! This year, the concert will be streamed. Stay tuned to the website for more information. Sing Choirs of Angels with the Saskatoon Children’s
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Video Calls With Santa
Video Calls with Santa

Festival of Trees brings you Video Calls with Santa! ​Don’t miss this interactive experience for the whole family! Santa and Mrs. Claus join you from the North Pole to chat and hear all about what’s on your Christmas lists this year. If time permits, Santa will share a story with
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Youth Sustainability Panel
Youth Sustainability Panel Explores Leadership and Sustainable Action

Amplifying young voices to engage and inspire the next generation, the Youth Sustainability Panel hosted by Scouts Canada brings together teenage sustainability leaders with young people across Canada to explore youth leadership, sustainable action and working collectively towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to build a better world and
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Skip the Malls and Try Etsy SK Saskatoon Online Winter Market

The Etsy SK Online Winter Market is back! Shop from artists, artisans, and vintage curators from around Saskatchewan from the comfort (and safety) of your couch. Etsy Sk Saskatoon Winter Market When: November 5-7, 2021 Where: Online/at home Website: www.facebook.com/events/821172125228008

Virtual Halloween visit with a Princess
Virtual Halloween visit with a Princess – PLUS COOKIES

Trick or treat! Little Wonders Event Management is offering a virtual Halloween visit with a Princess on October 30th or 31st. Time slots are 15 minutes, and they will be doorstep delivering a cookie from Ally’s Cake Creeations on the 28th or 29th. Send a message on Facebook to book
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The Legacy of Saskatoon's Secret Forest
The Legacy of Saskatoon’s Secret Forest

Notable global conservationists come together from Switzerland, Scotland, Hawaii, New York, Manitoba, Saskatchewan on the same stage relating how they have taken the dream of Richard St. Barbe Baker into their hearts. These are truly heart-warming stories that they want to share. Richard St. Barbe Baker was one of the
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