Nutrien Wonderhub Virtual Programming
Nutrien Wonderhub Virtual Programming Schedule

Missing all the adventures and activities of Nutrien Wonderhub? During the shutdown of, well, everything, they are pleased to offer virtual programming. The team at Wonderhub plans to deliver in-house programs via video on their social media pages including arts, crafts, STEM activities, storytelling and movement activities. Check out their
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Harry Potter : History of Magic
“Harry Potter : A History of Magic” British Library Exhibit Now ONLINE

Calling all Harry Potter fans! You can now visit “Harry Potter : A History of Magic” exhibit form the British Library ONLINE! Enjoy historical artifacts including the six-meter Ripley Scroll, the recipe for Philosopher’s Stone, old drawings, manuscripts and more. Check out the following links at Harry Potter : A
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An Intergenerational Exploration at Nutrien Wonderhub’s Lil’ Wonderers

Explore a new theme each one hour session as family at Nutrien Wonderhub’s Lil’ Wonderers program. Purchase your tickets for a themed session of learning, playing and exploring followed by and opportunity for participants to explore the museum. Lil’ Wonderers When: Nov 6 – Wondering About Colours Nov 8 –
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Dance, Archaeology, Tipi Raising and More! Check Out Wanuskewin Fall Programming

There’s never a bad time of year to enjoy Saskatoon’s own amazing Indigenous Heritage Park. Check out Wanuskewin Fall Programming for a guided walk, tipi raising and more. Wanuskewin Fall Programming When: Saturdays (See above flyer for schedule) Time: 11:30am – 4pm Where: Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road Website:
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daytrips from saskatoon
5 Historical Daytrips from Saskatoon : Bring the Past to Present

With thousands of years of fascinating history behind us, there’s no better place to explore the past than in Saskatchewan! From the rich experiences of indigenous peoples to the bloody battles of 1885, there’s something to discover for every budding history buff in Saskatoon! That’s why we’ve compiled this cool
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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 – Labour Day Time:
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Makey Makeys
Makey Makeys! Turn Yourself into a Video Game Controller with Go! Science This Weekend!

The Saskatchewan Science Centre outreach team wants to help you turn everyday objects (or yourself) into a conductive video game controller! This weekend at the Western Development Museum visit Quantum: The Exhibition and stay for some extra special activities! Play with Makey Makeys and gaming will never be the same!
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Heritage Festival
Celebrate Canada 150 with Quantum: The Exhibition at the WDM

Celebrate CANADA 150 at the WDM with Quantum: The Exhibition. This exhibit was created by the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo and celebrates the wonders of the quantum world from a historical perspective. Journey from a simple transistor in 1947 to the infinite potential of quantum informational technologies the
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Game Changers: A History of the Video Game Industry

One of my New Year’s resolutions was to really challenge myself here at Family Fun Canada. I wanted to cover less established annual events here in this fine city and give some love to the lesser known ones. I also realized I had written about happenings at The Western Development
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art galleries in Saskatoon
Artsy-Fartsy? Check Out 10 Awesome Art Galleries in Saskatoon

Saskatoon is no slouch when it comes to being a city with a vibrant arts scene! Locations around the city celebrate the artistic creations of budding artists from as young as preschool age to renowned players on the international arts scene. There’s no bad time to get out and make
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