Upcoming Events

July 2015

  • Canadian Mental Health Association BBQ Friday July 3, 2015 - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Battlefords & District Co-op
    Held at the Co-op Mall, this BBQ will feature meal deals. A cheeseburger & pop/water is $6. Come and support the CMHA. For more info call 306-446-7177.
  • United Way 18th Annual Golf Tournament Monday July 6, 2015 - 11:00am -8:00pm, Jackfish Lodge Golf and Conference Centre
    11:00am - 8:00pm The Battlefords United Way presents the chance for you to enter a team of six for a day of fun and golf, to help build a better, stronger community. For more information please contact Battlefords United Way at 306-445-1717.
  • Children's Day Camps Tuesday July 7, 2015 to Wednesday July 8, 2015 - Call for times, Fort Battleford National Historic Site
    This set of children's day camps will focus on its own special feature theme. The them for this session is North West Mounted Police. For info call 306-937-2621.
  • Sakicawasihk 2015 Pow Wow - entertainment Tuesday July 7, 2015 to Thursday July 9, 2015 - Registration: 11:00 am , Gold Eagle Casino
    A Pow Wow celebration with a full plate, including a special 'Buckskin Dance', with others to be announced. For more information visit online at goldeaglecasino.ca. Registration: 11:00 am Grand Entry: July 7th-2pm, July 8th-12pm, July 9th-12pm
  • Live @ Lunch - Kaileigh Hargreaves Wednesday July 8, 2015 - 12noon - 1:00pm, Central Park
    12noon - 1:00pm The North Battleford Downtown Improvement District brings you the return of their free lunch break concert series. Live music in the park over the lunch break. These free concerts are performed near the North Battleford Public Library in Central Park, near the fountain. It's a great way to get out of the office, enjoy your outdoor lunch and see some talented musicians. For more information please contact the BID at 306-481-6243.
  • Free Range Puppet Lab Wednesday July 8, 2015 to Sunday July 12, 2015 - Contact Organizer for Times, Chapel Gallery
    The first ever Saskatchewan puppet lab is happening. A place for puppet artists to play, share, learn, work and perform. Bring finished pieces, works in progress or start from scratch. Includes studio space, kitchen and camping available. There will be two nights of performance. The final day will culminate with a symposium on puppetry and theatre. For more information please contact Sherron Burns at 306-480-8590.