Other Programs

Other Programs in Your Community

The J. S. Wood Branch offers a variety of programs and events for all ages.

The Western Development Museum is the keeper of Saskatchewan’s collective heritage.  Through the diverse exhibits, you can experience the sights and sounds of Saskatchewan from 1910 to the present.

Danza Morena Latin Dance Academy is a family-run studio which seeks to preserve the Latin American heritage, music and dance through the performing arts.  It offers dance
programs for children and adults from recreational to performance to competitive levels.

Programs offered by other organisations

4-H Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s largest youth organizations, has expanded from its rural roots to include more than 50 project options available today.

Challenger Baseball allows children with cognitive or physical disabilities the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of playing baseball.

Cross Country Saskatchewan develops and supports competitive and recreational
programs throughout the province.

Kids of Note is a non-auditioned, integrated choir for children and youth, with and without disabilities, who love to sing.  The Notations is an ensemble of youth and young adult singers, some of whom are “graduates” of Kids of Note.

Horseshoe Saskatchewan proudly promotes the sport of Horseshoe Pitching in Saskatchewan.

Huskies Sport Camps Train with Huskie athletes and develop skills in your favourite sport.

Meewasin offers information about the natural and cultural heritage along the river valley as well as events for all ages at the Beaver Creek Conservation Area.

River City School of Irish Dance assists all dancers to achieve their personal goals, work well with others, be confident in everything they do and have fun!

The Saskatchewan Coop Youth Program offers Coop Camp for 12 to 18 year olds.  Enjoy swimming, canoeing, campfires, social events and much more.

The Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association has two associations in Saskatoon; the Saskatoon Box Lacrosse Association and the Saskatoon Field Lacrosse Association, that offer House and Recreation divisions for players from ages 3 and up.

The Saskatchewan Wheelchair Sports Association promotes sport, recreation, leisure,
fitness training, and healthy lifestyle activities for individuals with mobility impairment.

Saskatoon Mini Rugby is a fun and active start, for girls and boys between the ages of 3 and 13, to being part of a team through the joy of rugby.

The Saskatoon Council On Aging provides many programs and events for older adults.
See the complete list of programs, events and services on the SCOA web site.

Saskatoon Eastside Youth Soccer Association represents Zone 5 of Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. including the QEXCA Neighbourhoods of Exhibition, Haultain and Queen Elizabeth.

The Saskatoon Lions Speed Skating Club offers exceptional coaching in a fun, friendly
atmosphere where all ages and all skill levels are welcome.

The Saskatoon Raiders Softball is a league for girls, of all skill levels, playing minor softball in the southeast area of Saskatoon.  The Learn to Play program is for 5 to 10 year old players and the Junior League for girls ages 11 to 16.

Saskatoon Royals Baseball is a city-wide zone which allows girls from all over the city to play together on a team of all girls.

SCI-FI Science Camps inspire Saskatchewan’s youth through fun, hands-on science and technology programs of school workshops, summer camps and Saturday science clubs.

Wide Open Children’s Theatre is dedicated to producing high quality, artistic performances that entertain mom and dad as much as the kids!