(Last updated: March 23, 2018)

  • Check the Google Calendar to see events around town.  Community groups are welcome to submit info.
  • Follow the Hepburn Parks and Rec Facebook page for updates.
  • View the Upcoming Events page for a month by month listing.
  • Visit the bulletin boards at Town Office to post or check out info.
  • Read the Howler here.  Send your email address to info@hepburn.ca and switch your utility billing to e-notice, and receive the howler as attachment.
  • Send in Questions to info@hepburn.ca This month we’ve been asked about arena lobby rentals, babysitting course, first aid/cpr course, food safe course, raffle tickets, minor soccer, Centennial Celebration Committee, Fair Days, volunteering, Howler deadlines, and MORE!
  • NEW: ASSESSMENT ROLL: Click here to view full notice: 2018 Assessment Roll Notice..  The notice is also on display in the Town Office window.  If you have questions, stop by and talk to the office staff.   “Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the Town of Hepburn for the year 2018 has been prepared and is open to inspection at the Town Office from 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday between the following dates: March 22, 2018 to April 23, 2018.”
  • NEW:  AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM UPDATES:  Click here to view: New Promo Poster.  Click here to view:  New Job Posting.  Did you know the Program acquired new Magnetic Building Blocks and Inflatable Bouncer this week?  Sign up today for Drop-In Tuesday March 27, Thursday March 29, or other April dates at hepburnasp@hotmail.com.   *Program is still welcoming new participants aged Kindergarten to Grade 5.  Click here: After School Program Registration Form.  The Program is planning for 5 days a week programming for Fall 2018.  Direct your inquiries about Fall Registration to hepburnasp@hotmail.com.
  • RAFFLE TICKETS:  “Hepburn Sew 4 Fun Group” are selling raffle tickets on a beautiful homemade quilt to raise funds for a special Hepburn Centennial Commemorative Quilt for June 2019.  Ask Rita Klein about it!  Tickets $5/each at the Town Office or contact Rita Klein 306-947-2066.  Photo of the quilt is on display at Town Office.  DID YOU KNOW that this group has been working diligently for 10 years? They have donated 10 quilts to local Hepburn groups, 3 care homes, and Cystic Fibrosis Association as fundraisers.  Proceeds have net over $10,000.  Thank you for supporting all these groups.
  • TWIN RIVERS NOTICE:  The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event is open to the residents of Laird, Hague, Rosthern, Waldheim, Hepburn, Duck Lake, RMs of Duck Lake, Laird, and Rosthern.  For more info, contact the Village of Laird at 306-223-4343.  This is sponsored by the Twin Rivers Communities, and will alternate locations each year.  Saturday, April 14th, 9.30am to 3.30pm, at the Village of Laird Shop.  Click here to see the details:  Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
  • LORAAS COLLECTION SCHEDULE:  Click here to view: Hepburn 2018 Waste & Recycle Collection Calendar.  Note: if you print this document in black and white, choose a photo/higher quality print setting in order to see the contrast between the red/blue codes for waste and recycling.    REMINDERS:  Ensure your cart is rolled out by 7.00am on designated collection day.  Do not place your container within 4 feet of buildings, vehicles, overhead/underground utilities, other carts, or other obstacles.  Containers with inappropriate materials, overweight, or overloaded will be bypassed by collection personnel.  NOTE: If you have questions or concerns, contact the Town Office as soon as possible that morning.


  • NEW:  FARMYARD INVENTIONS PROGRAM:  Farmyard Inventions is back for a second year, a program where the farmer is invited to submit their coolest, crazieest, most all-consuming DIY project, “Unconventional Awesome Inventions.”  The target audience for this feature is start-up inventors.   The prize package is valued at $5000.  Check out more info at www.myfarmshow.com about Canada’s Farm Progress Show, Regina.
  • NEW: Community Service Announcement: Canadian Centre for Child Protection – “Helping families.  Protecting children.”  This is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children.  Their goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to the Canadian public.  For more info, visit protectchildren.ca.  FREE age-geared booklets and parent booklets from Canadian Centre for Child Protection are available at the Town Office
    • If there is an emergency, call 911.
    • If you need to talk to someone and don’t want to give your name, call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or go to: kidshelpphone.ca.
    • If something inappropriate or uncomfortable happens online, report it at cybertip.ca or call toll-free at 1-866-658-9022.
  • FIRST AID/CPR Training Course:  April 9-10, Hepburn School.  2 evenings.  Blended Learning Option!  See details on registration form.  Register at Town Office using this form: Registration Form 2018.  Great training for parents, employees, coaches, volunteers, high school students, etc.
  • STILL ROOM: BABYSITTING COURSE: Taught by Jennifer Becker.  Register at Town Office.   A few more spots available!  March 24, 2018, runs from 9am-4pm.  Flyers will go out through the school classes grades 5-7.  Participants should be at the Hepburn School at 8.50am to check in and get settled in the Art Room.  WHAT TO BRING:  Pen, Notebook, Water Bottle, Bag Lunch, Indoor Shoes. Click here for Form: Babysitting Course Registration Form Spring 2018.
  • Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.  Talk, Type or Text your Tip.  TALK: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).  TYPE: www.saskcrimestoppers.com.  TEXT: text “TIP206″and your tip to CRIMES (274637)
  • Farm Mobile Crisis Line.  To provide confidential crisis telephone counselling, support, information and referral services that respond to the needs of rural individuals, youth and families living on the farm or in a rural Saskatchewan community.  Toll Free: 1-800-667-4442.  24 hours per day. Seven days per week.  Free and Confidential. There is no call display.
  • Kindergarten Registration:  Children who are five years of age as of December 31, 2018 may be admitted to Kindergarten this fall.  Parents or guardians who are considering registering children in Kindergarten for the 2018-2018 school year are asked to contact the school.  This information is needed for planning purposes with respect to programs and budgets for the upcoming year.  Thank you!  Contact Hepburn School at  hepburn@spiritsd.ca or 306-947-2077.
  • Hepburn Marketplace – Follow news at https://www.facebook.com/hepburnmarketplace/.  Open May, June, & Sept Thursdays from 630-830pm, in front of the Museum of Wheat.  Interested Vendors contact Dyan Mouland or Janet Hamilton.
  • CHURCH, CRISIS & CARE INFO:  Located on Links page.  If you have suggestions for area church contacts, resources, or care professionals, contact the office to add info to this page.


  • March 24 – Fire Dept Fundraiser Supper and Event, at Hepburn School, doors open at 5.30pm, Ticket $30.
  • March 27/29 – After School Program 3-6pm.
  • March 28 – Centennial Celebration Planning Meeting.  7.00pm at Fire Hall Meeting Room. If you would like to attend, RSVP to info@hepburn.ca.
  • March 28/April 11/18/25/May 2/May 9 – REFIT Exercise Class SPRING SESSION – No Class April 4. REFIT Waiver & Information Form – for classes held from March 14 to May 9.  Click here to view poster for new spring session: REFIT New Session
  • March 30 – Good Friday – Office Closed & April 2 – Easter Monday – Office Closed.
  • March 30 – Good Friday Joint Service, with Hepburn Gospel Church, at Hepburn MB Church, at 10.30am.


  • April 1 – Easter Sunday Breakfast at 8.30am, with service to follow at 9.30am, @ Hepburn MB Church, 2nd Avenue South.  Questions? Call 947-2085.
  • April 1 – Easter Sunday Service, Hepburn Gospel Church – 10.30am @ Gospel Church, 2nd Street East.  Questions? Call 947-2143.
  • April 1 – Resurrection Sunday Service, Valley Berean – 11:00 am @ The Centre, Main Street.  Everyone is welcome.  Questions? Call 947-7777
  • April 2 – Office Closed
  • April 3-6 – Kidventure Spring Camp, Hepburn MB Church, K-5 (60 spots), and age 3-5 (20 spots).  Get registration form from MB Church or Town Office.  Cost is $5/child – payment will be received at MB Church Office.  Volunteers also needed.  Contact Kelsie-Lynn.
  • April 7 – Silver Hawks Hockey Draft Fundraiser, proceeds to Arena Improvement Fund.  Contact Brent Block.   You can attend the event to eat and drink without participating in the draft portion of the evening.
  • April 9-10 – First Aid/CPR/AED Training Course.
  • April 10/12/17/19/24/26 – After School Program, 3-6pm.
  • April 10 – Parks and Rec Meeting
  • April 11/18/25/May 2/May 9- REFIT Exercise Class SPRING SESSION – REFIT Waiver & Information Form – for classes held from March 14 to May 9.  Click here to view poster for new spring session: REFIT New Session.  No class April 4 due to break.
  • April 11-13 – Resonate Student Music Conference, Beaver Creek Camp, open to SK students in grades 7-12.  Registration is free; spaces are limited.  Contact kendra.worman@spiritsd.ca or www.resonatelive.ca.
  • April 14 – The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event is open to the residents of Laird, Hague, Rosthern, Waldheim, Hepburn, Duck Lake, RMs of Duck Lake, Laird, and Rosthern.  For more info, contact the Village of Laird at 306-223-4343.  This is sponsored by the Twin Rivers Communities, and will alternate locations each year.  Saturday,  9.30am to 3.30pm, at the Village of Laird Shop.
  • April 18 – Town Council Meeting
  • April 21 – Food Safe Course, Hepburn Centre, 9am, 6-8 hour course.  Contact Lydia at 947-2440 to register.

If you want your Community Group event or activity noted here, email info@hepburn.ca.