Monday February 19, 2018
Bring the whole family for a holiday Monday full of skating, winter fun, and hot beverages! Don’t miss this chance to make the best of your Family Day. Join us at the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink @Nutrien Plaza from 12-4 p.m.
From 2:00 – 4:00 pm
– Clarence Downey Speed Skating Oval, Dudley Street and Avenue R South (skating event will be cancelled if the temperature reaches -25 degrees C or below with the windchill)
– Cosmo Civic Centre, 3130 Laurier Drive
February 10, 2018 11:00AM-7:00PM
Kôna – Wanuskewin Winter Festival is an immersive 1 day event that features over 20 family friendly activities. Celebrate Indigenous Culture and spend the day exploring the park at this free event!
* Dog Sled Rides
* Story Telling
* Kick Sled Tours
* Snow Shoes
* Voyageur Games
* Log Sawing
* Snare & Trap Setting
* Animal Calls
* Puppet Tales
* Art Gallery Tours
* Fire, Tea & Bannock Making
* Artisan Fair
* 3 Person Hand Drum Contest
* Kahomani Contest
* Fiddle & Jigging Contest
* Really, Really, Really Antique Road Show – Archaeological Artifact Inquiry & ID – Learn the science & history behind the bones or tools you‘ve always wondered about – with Dr. Ernie Walker. Bring in your items to learn more about their age, purpose and history!
Snowlandia: A Winter Week for Young Women
Feb 20, 2018 – Feb 23, 2018
Leap on snowshoes, search for life under the snow, develop leadership skills and make outdoorsy friends. SaskOutdoors and Wildernook are teaming up to offer winter experiences in a fresh way.
Snowlandia is designed for young women ages 10 -12 who crave more outdoor time exploring and creating with friends. It is an exciting opportunity for young women to be active outdoors during the winter break.
More Information: If you have questions about the program, you can email contact Jana Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nutana Community Association presents Winterlude!
FREE Family Friendly Festival
Thursday, December 3 & Friday December 4, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Saturday, December 5, 10:00 – 5:00 pm
Behind Victoria School
Theatre on the Rink: The Hockey Sweater
Join Sum Theatre, Artists in Residence for the Nutana Community Association, for Nutana Winterlude, a family-friendly festival taking place in the park behind Victoria School.
The centerpiece of the festival will be Theatre on the Rink, an original adaptation of the classic Canadian story, The Hockey Sweater – performed entirely by actors on skates and featuring original, live music! Between performances, festival attendees will be invited to partake in a variety of free, wintertime activities throughout the park.
Theatre on the Rink runs on the hour every hour of the festival.
Free! Family Friendly! Games! Food! Bring your skates, toboggans and sleds!
The Saskatoon Council On Aging is a community leader in the health and independence of older adults. During community consultations for the Age-friendly Saskatoon Initiative, older adults identified the need for more physical activity and social opportunities during the winter months. The Seniors’ Globe Walk is a response to that need.
Participants in The Seniors’ Globe Walk 2015 will have an “out of this world” experience. Not only will it provide them with an excellent opportunity to stay active but they’ll also have fun being a member of a team working towards a common goal – to walk the distance equivalent to going to the moon.
We’ll begin the walk on January 5th, 2015 and continue counting our steps until April 30th, 2015. 2,000 steps equals approximately 1 mile. For those who prefer other forms of physical activity that cannot be measured in steps or distance they can log one mile for every thirty minutes of activity. Registration is free thanks to funding from The Investors Group, Saskatoon Health Region Community Wellness, and Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation.
Community Organizations are encouraged to form teams of adults 50+. For details on how your community can be active participants please contact Linda, the project coordinator, Phone: 306-652-0027 or E-mail.