Winter activities in the province consists of hockey, curling, skiing and many indoor sports as well. Every year one lucky Saskatchewan community hosts the Provincial Winter Games. This year's host city is North Battleford. Please refer to the games' main page to find out more about the games and the city.
Whether it's a Saskatchewan Roughrider (Rider) football game, a hockey tournament, sports day or a community event – we love to celebrate!
Saskatchewan is home to a multitude of festivals ranging from Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, to Dragon Boat Races, a Fringe Festival or Folk Festival. We have it all, whatever the season. The most accurate and up-to-date source for festivals and events going on around the province throughout the year is the Tourism Saskatchewan website. Here you will find a list of events and a search tool that allows you to find hundreds of events by community or area.
Museums and Galleries
Saskatchewan is home to more than 400 museums and galleries located in many different communities.
Some of the province's more prominent collections are kept in places like the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina. Other, local collections are kept in museums and galleries located in communities throughout the province. The Remai Modern opened in Octoebr 2017, which is a new, breathtaking museum on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River. Also, don't forget to check out North Battleford's Allan Sapp Gallery; a very unique and inspiring gallery that houses the works of one of Canada's renowned First Nation's artists.
Please have a look at the Museums Association of Saskatchewan’s website where you can plan a visit to one of our many museums or galleries and learn more about Saskatchewan’s rich and diverse culture and history.