The National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition in partnership with the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) coordinates the annual gathering in Saskatoon, June 12-15, featuring keynote addresses, panel discussions, workshops, performances, exhibitions and screenings.
We are Apex Trampoline Park. The 1st trampoline park in Saskatoon Sk! We have over 10,000 sq feet of trampolines! Open since 2015 we have been providing an active indoor entertainment experience to thousands of jumpers. With a variety of trampolines, we offer sports courts, jump zones and our signature competition zone.
Saskatoon's park system offers a diverse range of recreation opportunities: playgrounds, picnic sites, walking trails, sporting facilities and more. All parks are open from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight, with the exception of riverbank parks, which are open 24 hours daily.
The Broadway Bridge is mentioned in Joni Mitchell's song "Cherokee Louise" on the album Night Ride Home. Joni spent part of her childhood and teenage years in Saskatoon. The Bessborough Hotel, iconically associated with the Broadway Bridge, can be seen in a self-portrait by Mitchell on the cover of her Clouds album.
Broadway Bridge under construction, 1931–1932 The bridge was constructed as a "make-work" project during the Great Depression. It was built in 1932 by the contractor R.J. Arrand Construction Co. It was designed by Chalmers Jack (C. J.) MacKenzie (on leave from his post as Dean of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan).
Welcome to St. John's Cathedral. We are a welcoming, diverse, multi-cultural congregation. We strive to bring God's love to the people of Saskatoon by seeing and listening to their needs, feeling with our hearts, and taking action to meet those needs by enacting the collective gifts we have been granted by the Holy Spirit.
The Diefenbaker Management Area is an area of Saskatoon, to the west of the Exhibition subdivision. The area includes Diefenbaker Park and the Nutana Pioneer Cemetery. The park includes a medium-sized hill which is used for tobogganing and snowboarding, and the park itself is a frequently-used venue for picnics and public events and performances.
Ernest Lindner Park is located at Rogers Road, Saskatoon, SK - S7N 4A3. Besides this park, there are fifty more parks listed in Saskatoon. There's also seventeen attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Ernest Lindner Park on the map bellow. Use the Direction tab to find driving directions to this park.
The newest members of the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo family have quickly settled into their new digs at the Meerkat House. The new exhibit is home to 10 meerkats and features a naturalistic habitat with desert sand dunes, termite mound replicas, nest boxes and specially made tunnel systems.
The Fred Mitchell Memorial Garden is located in old Nutana, now Buena Vista, and sits across from the old Labatt’s Brewery at 410 Saskatchewan Crescent W. The original name of the green space was Labatt’s Gardens which was constructed in 1962 and transformed into the Fred Mitchell Garden in 1994.
Friendship Park is an activity and sightseeing destination located on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River in the Meewasin Valley in the downtown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Friendship Park is part of the Meewasin Valley park and trail system.
John Lake is a great school! What is special about John Lake? We are a safe and caring school. We believe that all students deserve a safe and happy learning environment. Our school fosters and promotes a sense of community: working together, supporting one another, and acceptance.
Kiwanis Park Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada . Kiwanis Park is a memorial park located on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River in the Meewasin Valley in the community of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Kiwanis Park is part of the Meewasin Valley park and trail system.
Meewasin Park Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Meewasin Park is a green space park in the Meewasin Valley located on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River in the community of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Meewasin Park is part of the Meewasin Valley park and trail system.
Welcome to the Museum of Antiquities Welcome to the Museum of Antiquities: a collection of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern sculpture in full-scale replica. The Museum features the Charioteer of Delphi, the Venus de Milo, and panels from the frieze of the Parthenon, as well as other famous and intriguing works.
The Meewasin Northeast Swale is an ancient river channel that begins at Peturrson’s Ravine and carves a 26 km long path adjacent to the South Saskatchewan River. The Meewasin Northeast Swale is an ancient river channel that begins at Peturrson’s Ravine and carves a 26 km long path adjacent to the South Saskatchewan River.
Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park Celebrate the magic of play at Nutrien Playland with three star attractions that delight children and adults alike. Soar high above the city on the 20 metre high Ferris wheel or have a twirl on a bright and cheery carousel animal. Hop aboard for a whistle-stop tour on the Canpotex Train - a park favourite. This replica moden-day freight train rolls along a 626 metre loop through the park.
The River Landing site is the centre piece of the emerging south downtown Commercial Business District, and the premier development site in Saskatoon. Located along the South Saskatchewan River at the southeast corner of 19th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, it will be part of a new and vibrant social and business hub.
Rouge Gallery is a commercial, contemporary art gallery located at 245 3rd Avenue South. Situated in the heart of Saskatoon, Rouge Gallery is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of emerging as well as established Canadian artists. Media includes painting, bronze sculpture, and photography.
What is the perfect way to spend a summer evening? In Saskatoon, start with the tranquility of our beautiful South Saskatchewan River. Add being on the river, on board The Prairie Lily Riverboat. Top it off with feature tastings of some of the finer things in life – Bourbons, Wines, Canapes, or Scotch.
Museum of Natural Sciences The Museum of Natural Sciences was made possible by the combined efforts of the Departments of Biology and Geological Sciences. This museum is designed to outline evolution throughout geological time, providing an integrated learning environment, with displays of living plants, animals, fossils, rocks and minerals.