Looking for things to do outside of the workshop?
Saskatoon surrounds the South Saskatchewan River, and is acclaimed as the City of Bridges. This year, the city made the New York Times' list of 52 cities to visit in the world!
Photo credit: Adrien Williams
Remai Modern is a new museum of modern and contemporary art in Saskatoon. The Remai Modern features more than 8,000 pieces of contemporary art in addition to its Picasso Gallery which includes more than 400 of the artist's linocuts and more than two dozen of his ceramic pieces. 950 Spadina Crescent East.
Museum of Natural Sciences
114 Science Place
(University of Saskatchewan Campus)
Walk in to see our 20ft T-Rex Skeleton!
The Museum of Natural Sciences invites everyone to explore the evolutionary and geological history of the Earth from the view of natural science through displays of living plants, animals, fossils, rocks and minerals.
The Museum of Natural Sciences illustrates some of the breadth and diversity of the geological and biological sciences; it also serves as a teaching resource for university and grade-school students, as well as several thousand visitors that pass through annually.
Forestry Farm - 1903 Forestry Farm Park Dr
This National Historic Site boasts carefully crafted garden spaces, restored heritage buildings, a naturally-themed playground and Saskatchewan’s only CAZA-AZAC accredited zoo. Whether your visit is lively and exciting or quietly reflective, this distinctly-Saskatchewan experience is sure to be a memorable one!
The Berry Barn - 830 Valley Road
- Wonderful homemade jams, tarts, and a delicious local menu. Seasonal berry picking also available!
- Situated on banks of the South Saskatchewan River
In addition to this, a few events are happening in Saskatoon during the workshop!
May 20 to July 29: Dimensions - Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery (813 Broadway Ave)
June 2: Kevin Hart - SaskTel Centre
June 10 to 24: Saskatoon Pride Festival - Various Locations
For many more things, check out Saskatoon's What to do in Saskatoon website: https://www.whattodoinsaskatoon.com/