Links


(Last updated:  October 16, 2017)

Links are listed in alphabetical order under the category headings.   Please email info@hepburn.ca.

Hepburn Links:

Warman Links:

  • Route 11 Creative Arts Centre – Karen Stobbe, one of the artists in Route 11, is from Hepburn.  “We are a community of artists wanting to create a beautiful world!” 101 Klassen Street West, right behind the RCMP station.  Call (306) 651-7811.
  • Froese Concrete Ltd, Stone Works Division – home and yard decor including water fountains, planters, bences, ornamental bowls, and more. 306-227-8298 Tim.
  • Hawthorn & Wool – a full service flower and needlework shop located in Warman, Saskatchewan.  Owned and operated by myself, Angelina Beckman, it is the fusion of two beautifully creative industries.  The retail shop combines passion for floral design and creative hobbies creating a unique & enjoyable shopping experience, while the online shop contains all of the same needlework products you will find in-store.  Located at #2 – 521 Neufeld Street, facing Boehr Avenue, in Warman, Saskatchewan, Hawthorn & Wool is easy to find and access.  Parking lot and street parking are both available.  https://www.hawthornandwool.com/
  • Great Plains College Information:   See advertising for Business Certificate Program, Youth Care Worker Program, and Introductory Microsoft Word & Excel Course up at the Town Office.  For more info, call 306.242.5377 or see website at www.greatplainscollege.ca.
  • Colours by Rana – alcohol inks and acrylic inks painting.  drczuy@icloud.com
  • Parks and Rec Info:  Coming Soon!

Martensville Links:

Saskatoon Links:

  • Arbour Crest Tree Services Ltd – horticultural services for residential, commercial and municipal clients.  Arboricultural, landscape, snow removal, and hauling services. www.arbourcrest.com  306-242-8733.  Email office@arbourcrest.com
  • Black Fox Farm and Distillery – fall festivities, food/beverages, pony rides, pumpkin drop, flowers, distillery, and more.  Near Saskatoon on Valley Road. https://www.facebook.com/BlackFoxFarmandDistillery/
  • BN Metals – recycle all kinds of metal.
  • Krizzy Art – face painting and hennna tattooing by Ashton Kryzanowski.  Bookings made for events and personal appointments.  Contact Ashton at 306-480-1939 or a.kryzanowski@gmail.com.  *One of our regular bookings for Winter Festival and Fair Days!  Follow on Facebook.
  • Loraas – see Town Office page.
  • Midwest Sportswear – sportswear, workwear, safety & medical gear.
  • Newcomer Information Centre – A regional newcomer gateway.  Access to information about settlement, employment, education and language classes, community resources, health, access to computers, office equipment, language testing, and more!  No appointment needed.  106-129 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon.  306-343-8303 or info@nicstoon.org
  • Nourish YXE – All Bodies are Good Bodies.  Nourish YXE aims to cultivate a body love revolution in Canada by encouraging people of all ages, abilities, identities, and sizes to honour and celebrate themselves and others just as they are – and to explore health and wellness practices that are weight-neutral and size-inclusive.  Email – nourish.conference@gmail.com  nourishconference.wordpress.com.  November 17-18.  Station 20 West, Saskatoon.  Registration begins September 5.
  • Parkville Manor – respite stays; home support and housekeeping services; studio, 1 br, 2 br options; meals & snacks plans; medical rides.  625-25th Street East, Saskatoon.   Contact 306-933-9394.
  • PotashCorp Fireworks Festival – September 1-2.  Saskatoon.
  • PotashCorp Country Music Week – September 7-10.  Saskatoon.
  • Saskatoon Comic & Entertainment Expo – September 16-17.  Saskatoon.
  • Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan
  • What To Do in Saskatoon – The “What To Do In Saskatoon” website offers visitors a wealth of information about the city of Saskatoon.

Regional Links:

Provincial Links:

  • Animal Protection Services – “Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan Inc. has taken up the enforcement of Saskatchewan’s Animal Protection Act, 1999 that had historically been performed by the Investigative Services division of the Saskatchewan SPCA.” Click here.
  • Birdwatching with a Purpose:  Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas invites you to identify birds in your area.  Join in to make every bird walk count! For info on workshops, outings, & helping out, contact SKatlasReg13@gmail.com or click here to get involved with the Saskatchewan Bird Atlas..
  • Call Before You Dig – locate underground water lines.  If you plan to dig on your property for any reason, contact Sask 1st Call before you begin for SaskWater line locates.  SaskWater-owned underground water lines will be marked so you can stay clear of them.  www.sask1stcall.com or call 1-866-828-4888.
  • clickbeforeyoudig.com – Know What’s Below.  Whether you’re planning a home improvement job, planting a tree or installing a fence or deck, “Click Before You Dig” to safely identify buried utility lines.
  • Community Futures Sagehill – Starting a business? Ask about Community Futures.  Loans, advice, support.  For 30 years, Community Futures has helped thousands of entrepreneurs across Canada bring their business dreams to life.  Our 13 Saskatchewan offices are part of a nation-wide network that is dedicated to helping smal lbusiness owners succeed.  515 Mayer Street, Bruno, SK.  S0K 0S0.  www.cfsask.ca/sagehill or 1-888-732-8999
  • Health Cards:  Applying for a Health Card.
  • Hockey Camps – Caronport Hockey Camp – July 30-August 2017.   www.hockeyministries.org
  • MLA: Randy Weekes, Biggar-Sask Valley – Janet Hanson, Assistant, works out of the Bethany College Office.  Contact (306) 948-4880.
  • MP: Kelly Block, Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek – office located – info coming soon.
  • Provincial Rabies Response Program – If you suspect an animal may be carrying rabies, contact 1-844-772-2437.
  • Saskatchewan Arts Board – http://www.saskartsboard.com/
  • Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency – http://www.sama.sk.ca/
  • Saskatchewan Foster Families – Foster new beginnings.
  • Saskatchewan In Motion – do it for life – Find out more about physical activity initiatives for you, families, communities.  ScreenFreeWeek coming up.
  • Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association – www.slsa.sk.ca
  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture – Agriculture Student Scholarships are offered to students who thinkAG.  A grand-prize of $4000, and 3 runner-up scholarships of $200 are awarded to Grade 12 students or recent graduates (within the past two years) who are entering agriculture-related post-secondary studies.   See more at – saskatchewan.ca/thinkag
  • Sask Power – www.saskpower.com – Gas and electrical inspections 1-888-757-6937; customer services inquires 1-888-757-6937; call before you dig 1-866-828-4888; 24 hour power trouble and outage reporting – 306-310-2220.
  • SaskWater – customer services and inquiries – 1-888-230-1111.  24-hour emergency line – 1-800-667-5799.  Hours Monday to Friday 8-12, 1-5.  SaskWater 2016-2017 Annual Report “Your Partner in Water” is available online.  To view the report and learn more about your water and wastewater utility, visit saskwater.com and click on Publications under Media tab.
  • TIP – Turn in Poachers – 1-800-667-7561 – 24 hours toll-free.  SaskTel Cell #5555.  http://www.sasktip.com/
  • Tourism Saskatchewan – http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/

National Links:

Summer Links from A to Z:

  • A-Academy Bed and Breakfast, Rosthern.  Ranked 2nd place in Saskatchewan’s Top Ten Bed and Breakfasts in 2016.  www.academybandb.ca
  • B-The Barn Playhouse, 25 km north of Saskatoon on Hwy 12.  Celebrating 27th season with Jake and the Kid, Cotton Patch Gospel, & more. www.barnplayhouse.com or 306-239-4600.
  • B-Battleford Exhibition Park – site for Chuckwagon races, 4-H show and sale, Northwest Territorial Days, Motorcycle racing, and more.  www.agsociety.com or 306-445-2024.
  • B-Battle of Toround’s Coulee/Fish Creek National Historic Site, 17km south of Batoche on Fish Creek Road.  Non-operated site for a beautiful walk and great learning experience about Canadian history.  Call for info at 1-306-423-6227.
  • B-Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche.  parkscanada.gc.ca/batoche  – Back to Batoche Days – July 20-23, 2017, Batoche.  http://trailsof1885.com/en/events/back-to-batoche-days/
  • B-Bed and Breakfast – Try an Saskatchewan Bed and Breakfast Association accredited member B&B this summer.  Find out more about B&B’s where you are travelling at – http://www.bnbfinder.com/Saskatchewan-Bed-and-Breakfast.
  • B-Blaine Lake Museum, Blaine Lake.
  • B-Borden and District Museum, Borden.  306-997-4517 or 306-997-5600.  Threshing Day and Harvest Supper, Saturday Sept 30, 2.5 miles north of Borden on grid.  306-997-4517.
  • B-Build Your Best Day – activity ideas for kids and adults. http://buildyourbestday.participaction.com/en-ca/
  • C-Canada 150 Events – https://passport2017.ca/
  • C-The Chapel Gallery, 891-99th Street, North Battleford.  Workshops, gallery, art instruction, youth art programs, and more.  www.chapelgallery.ca or 306-445-1757.
  • C-Co-op Youth Camps.
  • D-Doukhobor Dugout House, Provincial and National Historical Sit of Canada.  Located south of Blaine Lake.  Open as of July 1.  2017 theme is War and Peace.  www.doukhobordugouthouse.com  Schedule:  July 1,8,15,22,29.  Tour times 11am, 1pm, 3pm.  $10/person.  12 and under free. 306-497-7747
  • D-Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre, frontier of First Nations, Metis, and Pioneer Society from 1870-1905.  Hwy 11 & Hwy 212, at Duck Lake.  1-866-467-2057.  www.dlric.org
  • E-E.A. Rawlinson Centre, Prince Albert – Mann Art Gallery and Olive & John G. Diefenbaker Theatre.  www.erawlinsoncentre.ca
  • E-ExploreSask Photo Contest – Started in Spring and runs until September 15, 2017.   TourismSaskatchewan.com/PhotoContest  The prize-winning photographer in each category will receive a $250 VISA gift card.  Photographers may also submit entries through instagram and twitter by using the #ExploreSask category hashtags.  The six categories – #ExploreSaskCity #ExploreSaskEvents #ExploreSaskOutdoor #ExploreSaskParks #ExploreSaskPrairie #ExploreSaskWoods
  • F-Fall Camping – saskparks.net/FallCamping – if you prefer the peace, quiet, and colours of fall, several parks offer fall camping – Cypress Hills and Moose Mountain.
  • F-Farmyard Market Event – Saturday, July 22, 2017 – http://www.farmyardmarket.ca/home.html.  Poster is up at the Town Office.  Come and Go, 11am-3pm. Lunch Special – Smokie or Burger, Cake, and Pop $4.  Local musicians Ellen Froese & Wyndham Thiessen.  Located at #12 and the Osler Turnoff, just 5 minutes north of Martensville.
  • F-Fort Battleford National Historic Site, located in Battleford – www.parkscanada.gc.ca/battleford or 306-937-2621
  • F-Fort Carleton, located 1.5 hours north of Saskatoon, west off Hwy 11 near Beardy’s and Okemasis’ First Nation.  www.saskparks.net/fortcarleton
  • F-Fred Light Museum, 11-20th Street, Battleford – a glimpse of Old Battleford – www.fredlightmuseum.webs.com or 306-937-7652 or 306-739-7111.
  • G-Golf Courses – there are 7 great courses in the Valley area advertised in the Sask Valley Visitor’s Guide (page 78):  Kachur’s Golf Course – www.kachursgolf.ca, Cooke Municipal Golf Course – www.cookegolf.ca, The Legends Golf Course – golfthelegends.com, Greenbryre Golf & Country Club – 306-373-7600, Moon Lake Golf & Country Club – www.moonlakegolf.com, Martin’s Lake Regional Park – 306-466-4438, Wakaw Lake Regional Park – 306-233-5955.
  • H-Honeywood Heritage Nursery, located on Hwy 40, Parkside.  www.honeywood-lilies.ca or 306-747-3307 summer.
  • K-Kidventure – Hepburn MB Church. http://hepburnmb.com/events-2/summer-kids-programs/
  • L-Langham Museum, 302 Railway Street, Langham.  www.langham.ca or 306-283-4342.
  • L-Learn to Camp and Learn to Fish Programs – saskparks.net to view events and calendar.  www.saskparks.net/LearntoCamp and www.saskparks.net/LearntoFish or email learntocamp@gov.sk.ca.  Join us for an overnight camping trip where you will learn how to set up a campsite, cook meals on a camp stove, build a fire, and enjoy all the park has to offer.   Learn to Camp is available at Echo Valley, Good Spirit Lake, and Pike Lake provincial parks throughout the summer (July-August).
  • M-MaMi’s Country Quilts, 253 Front Street, Duck Lake.  8000 bolts of quilting fabric, patterns, books, notions, classes.  www.mamisquilts.com
  • M-Martins Lake, 24km NW of Blaine Lake.  Camping, fishing, boating, swimming, golfing.  www.martinslake.letscamp.ca or 1-306-466-4438
  • M-Mennonite Heritage Museum, 510-6th Avenue, Rosthern.  http://saskmuseums.org/museums/detail/mennonite-heritage-museum
  • N-National Aboriginal Day & 2nd Annual Rock Your Roots Walk for Reconciliation – June 21, 2017, 9.30am.  Victoria Park.  Click for info on Rock Your Roots.
  • N-Ness Creek Music Festival – July 13-16, 2017 – Big River  http://www.nesscreekmusicfestival.com/
  • N-Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Tyme Music Festival – August 18-20.  Ness Creek Site, Big River – www.northernlightsbluegrass.com – Music camp August 14-81.
  • P-Pineridge Golf Course, Waldheim – golf course with grass greens, full service restaurant on the grounds, regional park with camping, ball diamonds, fish pond, and beach area.  Call 306-945-2161.
  • P-Pitch Fork Fondue – coming soon – July 29, 2017 – http://harvestforkids.com/home/pitchfork-fondue/
  • P-PotashCorp Fireworks Festival – Festival will include family activities, including cultural programming, live music, and international pyrotechnic shows.  Begins at 5.00pm.  September 1-2, Saskatoon – potashcorpfireworksfestival.ca
  • P-Prince Albert Historical Society – Prince Albert Historical Museum, Diefenbaker House, Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, and Evolution of Education Museum.  www.historypa.com
  • P-Provincial Parks – Sask Parks – Free entry on Canada Day (July 1) and on Canada’s Parks Day (July 15).  A great opportunity to get out and enjoy your favourite park for the day.  Pack a picnic and explore new activities, including special Canada 150 programs.  saskparks.net
  • R-Radisson Zion Museum, 306-827-2117.  Admission by donation.
  • R-RAILWAY HERITAGE DAY on Monday, August 7th from 10am to 5pm .  If you or anyone you know loves trains there will be a mini train ride for young and old powered by a live steam engine.  The Saskatchewan Railway Museum is located on Hwy 60 Pike Lake Rd, southwest of Saskatoon.  www.saskrailwaymuseum.org or 306-382-9855.
  • R-Remai Modern Gallery, a new museum of modern and contemporary art, opening in the heart of Saskatoon. remaimodern.org
  • R-River Valley Museum Network Self-Guided Tour – July and August – 306-373-3772 – http://saskmuseums.org/museums.  Brochures available at the Museum of Wheat.
  • R-Rock and Roll Weekend at Danceland – September 1-2.  Manitou Beach.
  • R-Rock the River – August 18-20, 2017, Saskatoon.  http://www.rocktheriversaskatoon.ca/
  • S-Sapp Gallery, 1 Railway Avenue East, North Battleford – positive and sensitive images of the Northern Plains Cree.  www.allensapp.com or 306-445-1760.
  • S-Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, 292-22nd Street West, Battleford. 306-446-1983 or saskbaseballmuseum@sasktel.net
  • S-Saskatoon EX – August 8-13, 2017.  http://www.saskatoonexhibition.ca/
  • S-Saskatoon Folkfest – August 17-19, 2017.  23 cultural pavilions during 38th anniversary of Folkfest.  $16 passport.  Click here for more info on Folkfest or call 306-931-0100.
  • S-The Saskatchewan Railway Museum, on Hwy 60 Pike Lake Rd, southwest of Saskatoon.  www.saskrailwaymuseum.org or 306-382-9855.  Railway Heritage Day on August 7.
  • S-Saskatchewan River Valley Museum, Hague.  Check out new development with restored Mennonite house, barn, one room school, country church, shoe repair shop, and 7000 sq ft museum building all on one sit.  Friday-Sunday, 1-5pm, or call for an appointment/tour.  306-225-4585.  http://saskmuseums.org/museums/detail/saskatchewan-river-valley-museum
  • S-Saskatchewan Summer Star Party – August 23-27.  Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
  • S-Seager Wheeler Farm National Historic Site, located 7km east of Rosthern on Hwy 312.  Original homestead of Seager Wheeler, renowned world champion wheat grower, pioneer farmer, and early conservationist.  www.seagerwheelerfarm.org or 306-232-5959.  Welcome for special bookings.
  • S-Sesula Mineral and Gem Museum, 333 Main Street, Radisson.  Named for Stewart Sesula, started by Judah and Avi Tyreman in 2016, the museum features an amazing collection of items sourced from around the globe.
  • S-Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan – Bluegrass infused Twelfth Night, plus three pop-up readings of lesser known plays from Shakespeare’s era.  www.shakespearesask.com or 306-652-9100.
  • S-Soccer Day in Saskatchewan – July 22, 2017, Regina, New York Cosmos vs Valencia CF – http://sasksoccer.com/ Leader Post Article: Click here to read.
  • S-Station Arts Centre, Rosthern.  Tea room, gallery, garden, dinners, shows.  Summer theatre pre-show dinners by reservation.  Tues to Sat 9am-4pm.  http://www.stationarts.com or 306-232-5332.  Featuring, from July 7-August 6, Tent Meeting, an old-time tale of love and hope filled with toe-tapping gospel harmonies to revive your spirits!  An award-winning musical.  Tuesday-Saturday 8pm.  Wed, Fri and Sun Matinees 2pm.
  • S-St. Isidore de Bellevue.  For more info, visit ACF website at www.fransaskois.info or call 1-800-991-1912.  www.cfbds.ca
  • S-Summer Camping – saskparks.goingtocamp.com or call 1-800-737-7275.
  • S-Symphony Under the Sky at Motherwell Homestead – August 26, Abernethy.
  • S-The Ultimate Summer Play List – Activity ideas for summer!  Copies also available at the Town Office.
  • T-Taste of Saskatchewan – July 11-16, 2017, Saskatoon.  http://www.tasteofsaskatchewan.ca/
  • T-Thickwood Hills Studio Trail – August 12-13, 2017.  10am-7pm on Sat, and 10am-5pm on Sun.  Follow the Blue Moon signs on the 17th annual self-drive tour of unique studios in the Shell Lake area.  www.thickwoodhillstudiotrail.com  or www.facebook.com/thickwoodhillsstudiotrail
  • T-Thursday Night Market, Thursdays, summer, Saskatoon.  https://www.facebook.com/thursdaynightartmarket/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED
  • T-Tour – The 12-40 and Beyond Self-Guided Tour – coming soon – July 22-23, 2017 – http://www.12-40andbeyond.com/home/
  • T-Tourism SK – Info on businesses, attractions, accommodations, campgrounds, communities, museums, etc.  TourismSaskatchewan.com
  • T-Twisted Trees!
  • V-Valley Regional Park, Rosthern.  18 hole golf course, 79 site campground, picnic area, playground.  www.valleyregionalpark.com
  • W-Waldheim Museum, Waldheim.  http://saskmuseums.org/museums/detail/waldheim-museum or 306-945-4828 or 306-945-2371.
  • W-Wakaw Lake Regional Park, Wakaw.  9 hole golf course, campground, sandy beach, licensed restaurant, mini-golf, playground, and paddleboat and canoe rentals. www.wakaw.ca and www.saskregionalparks.ca 
  • W-Waskesiu Lakeside Festival.  August 25-27.  Prince Albert National Park.
  • W-Western Development Museum, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Yorkton.  wdm.ca
  • W-Wyant Group Raceway, Saskatoon.  www.wyantgroupraceway.ca
  • Y-Young Athlete Saskatchewan (YA) summer basketball school – 32 weekly camps in July and August 2017 in Regina and Saskatoon, beginning July 4- www.yas.ca 
  • Z-Zenon Park – home to Paroisse Notre Dame de la Nativite and Sacred Heart Convent, https://www.zenonpark.com/