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Summer Band Camp Program

The 2014 Summer Band Camp program is now open to online registrations.

All of the information and online registration is available on the SBA website. Just click on the band camp you are interested in to be taken to the registration information area.

Print brochures will be distributed to band directors over the next few weeks if you prefer to register by mail. You can also download a print registration form from our website.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the SBA office or your local camp coordinator.

Dates
Saskatoon Junior: July 20 -25
Saskatoon Senior: July 27 to August 1
Regina Junior/Senior: July 27 to August 1
Yorkton Junior: August 10-15
Kenosee Junior: August 17-22

U of S College Quarter Recreation Plan

The University is undertaking a Recreation Plan to further develop concepts for the development of the College Quarter. The College Quarter Master Plan, adopted in 2009, sets the framework for the development of College Quarter over the coming years to create an academic and mixed-use village that will welcome both campus users and the surrounding community. A University is not only a place of learning. It also has a role to play in the social, physical and emotional well-being of the community, students, faculty and staff that call it home. The Recreation Plan for College Quarter will complement the existing development plan, creating spaces for movement, sports, play and socializing.

The College Quarter Master Plan integrates athletic fields, student amenity spaces, Griffiths Stadium, PotashCorp Park, the GreenWay and the Saskatoon Field House with new buildings. The University is now working with the community, city-wide stakeholders and campus user groups to refine this plan and add to it – identifying needs, sharing ideas
and brainstorming options for large and small, indoor and outdoor, active and passive recreation options.

How can the plan accommodate a broad range of year-round activities within College Quarter that appeal to a variety of users?
How can it foster a healthy life-style, play and interaction?
How can it provide spaces that draw people outside to sit, unwind and get to know one another?

Some ideas for the Recreation Plan that have been suggested include:
• Trails and cross-country ski loop
• Disc Golf Course
• Bouldering/rock climbing
• Community gardening
• Shaded/protected picnic tables
• Outdoor classrooms
• Skating
• Outdoor adult fitness and child play equipment
• Open air amphitheatre
• Cricket pitch

Complete the Online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RecPlan

Join us at the Ideas Fair
February 27, 7-9 p.m.

Room 224-225 Main Floor, Williams Building 221 Cumberland Avenue North

See PDF.

More info at: http://www.usask.ca/corporate_admin/real_estate/#Quarter

2014 Heritage Festival of Saskatoon

The 2014 Heritage Festival of Saskatoon will celebrate the diversity of Saskatoon and area with the theme Bridge Mixture: Who Do You Think We Were? on Sunday, February 2, 2014, 12 – 5 pm at the Western Development Museum, 2610 Lorne Avenue.

Come explore the rich diversity of Saskatoon from past to present through the variety of heritage and multi-cultural themed displays & interactive exhibits throughout the museum.

Join in the opening parade! Chat with our exhibitors or get answers to your questions. Try your hand at old-time activities or brush up on your “home skills”. Play a game. Learn more about the cultural landscape of Saskatoon. Hands-on activities & demonstrations are offered throughout the afternoon. Entertainment on two stages features performances by fantastic children’s entertainers, dancers, singers, and musicians. Free Admission to the Museum and Festival.

ALSO: Archives Week, February 2-8, 2014, is an annual event showcasing the role that archives and archivists play in preserving and making available Saskatchewan’s documentary heritage. Activities in communities across the province include celebrity reading events, film nights, open houses, exhibits and more.

In Saskatoon they will be displaying, with other members of the Saskatoon Archival Community, in the Archives Pavilion at the Heritage Festival of Saskatoon, Western Development Museum on Sunday, February 2nd from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Admission is FREE!

Wednesday, February 5, 2014, 7:30 pm: Spotlight on the Past: Celebrity Readings from Archives in Saskatchewan,
– Free admission, refreshments available for purchase
– Doors open at 7:00, event starts at 7:30 pm at “The Bassment”, 202 4th Avenue North, Saskatoon
– Come discover Saskatchewan’s fascinating past – both playful and profound, featuring readers Dwayne Brenna, Amy Jo Ehman, Leisha Grebinski, Skip Kutz, Vera Pezer, and Jeff Rogstad

Science Geeks: Canadian Light Source Tours!

Tours of the Canadian Light Source on the University of Saskatchewan/Innovation Place campus are offered for generally interested individuals and small groups on a weekly basis, except statutory holidays. Tours last approximately 45 minutes to an hour. There is no charge. Reservation in advance is required. If you would like to request a tour, please fill out the form here, call (306) 657-3644, or email well in advance as space is limited.

We currently offer public tours most Thursdays at 1:30pm. On the following Thursdays, public tours are offered at 7pm (doors open at 6:45): Jan 30, Feb. 20, Mar. 20 and April 17.

The Canadian Light Source is committed to being a world-leading centre of excellence in synchrotron science and its applications by working with the scientific community to promote the use of synchrotron light, promoting industrial partnerships and innovation, and engaging in scientific and educational outreach.