Museums

Metis Cultural Days
Dancing, Games, a Market and More at Metis Cultural Days

The 4th Annual Métis Cultural Days are here. This free event is celebrating the ‘Year of the Elder’ at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum. Interactive Métis Village, Elder Stories, Métis Market, Children’s Activities, Fiddler’s, Singers, Square Dancers, Jiggers, Outdoor Kitchen Party Stage, Kayas Stage on Boomtown Street, Traditional Games, Interfaith
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WEGO a one-day festival
WEGO, a one-day festival of art, music, dance and more!

WEGO is a one-day festival for the entire family. Remai Modern and Nutrien Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan join forces for an all-ages day of art, music and more. Families, children and people of all ages are invited to Remai Modern for WEGO, a one-day festival. The event runs outside and inside
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Aviation Days
Aviation Days

Join the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum for Aviation Days and watch history take flight! Dive into Saskatchewan’s history and learn about aviation pioneers and one-of-a-kind artifacts. See amazing displays, flight simulators and more. Aircraft engine start-up of the aircraft engines on the deHavilland Tracker. Purchase rides in the Tiger Moth and Harvard.
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wonder in the park
Wonder in the Park

Wonderhub presents Wonder in the Park  This come & go, wonder-filled program encourages families to spend some time together outdoors as they learn about and take part in STEAM activities, create crafts, play games and explore… Wonder in the Park – Feathers and Furs Feathers and Furs. Join Wonderhub to
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Rawlco Radio Free Admission Evening
Check out the Remai at NO COST at Rawlco Radio Free Admission Day

Join the Rawlco Radio Free Admission Day at Remai Modern! Experience the gallery spaces including their Picasso Gallery, or the Feature Gallery where you can see installations by acclaimed artist Sara Cwynar. Admission is free, but you do need to register for a timed ticket in advance. Rawlco Radio Free
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Saskatcheewan Aviation Museum BBQ
Friday BBQ at the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum

The Saskatchewan Aviation Museum is holding weekly Friday BBQ’s! Burgers are $10 with pop and chips. Admission to the museum is $10 or $20 for a family. S-2 Tracker Run up and Friday BBQ Date: Every Friday this Summer, 2021 Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: 5 Hangar Road Website: https://www.facebook.com

Sask Art Gallery Day
Join The First-ever: Sask Art Gallery Day

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed June 12, 2021, as the first-ever Saskatchewan Art Gallery Day! To celebrate, Saskatchewan’s commercial galleries invite you into their galleries for art walks across the province. Pick up a gallery map, meet an artist, see a live demonstration, and more. Attendees will also have
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saskatchewan railway museum
History + Fun + Picnic! Find it All at the Saskatchewan Railway Museum

The Saskatchewan Railway Museum was founded in 1990 and is open for exploration starting the May long weekend! Learn more about the history of the railway system, the advancement of restoration projects and bring a picnic to enjoy! The Saskatchewan Railway Museum: Open: May long weekend to Labour Day Time:
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discovering saskatchewan aviation museum
Making Dreams Soar and discovering the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum

Discovering the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum was the best part of our week. We took my son on a surprise adventure this week. We went to the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum in the morning and we were not disappointed in his reaction. When he realized we were at a museum all about
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Creative Space at the Remai
Creative Space Artmaking at the Remai

Drop-in is back at the Cameco Learning Studio! Come on by Saturdays between 10am and 5pm for Creative Space at the Remai Modern. This is an all-ages studio providing seasonal artmaking linked to running exhibitions. Creative Space is offered FREE with the cost of admission and no registration required. Creative
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