Municipal Heritage Forum
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport and the Saskatchewan Economic Development Association are hosting a municipal heritage forum in Saskatoon on Thursday, February 22, 2018. The forum will feature case studies that show how four Saskatchewan communities created citizen driven, heritage and culture-based visions for economic and community development, and what they are doing to turn their visions into reality.
1. Melfort: Design Guidelines for Downtown Revitalization
2. Prince Albert: Creating an Award-Winning Municipal Cultural Plan
3. Swift Current: Heritage and Downtown Master Planning
4. Coronach: Connecting Past, Present and Future: the Living Heritage of Coronach’s Coal Industry
For more details and to register CLICK HERE. Please note that the registration deadline is February 16, 2018.
Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation
Evening Reception, February 22
The Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation invites the public to an evening to showcase mostly recently funded projects, followed by a small reception providing time to engage and talk with other project proponents and share ideas and thoughts. This will be held February 22, 2018 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at St. John's Cathedral, 816 Spadina Crescent East in Saskatoon.
The Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation provides grant funding to individuals, community groups, municipalities, and corporations working to preserve our heritage. You may contact the Foundation to enquire about grant funding for projects: SHF: WEBSITE
Heritage Festival of Saskatoon 2018
It's the event that brings together so many heritage and cultural organizations under one roof to showcase their workings, history and achievements to the people of Saskatoon. The Heritage Festival of Saskatoon will be held on Sunday, February 4, 2018 at the Western Development Museum at 2610 Lorne Avenue.