2555 Grasswood Road East
Phone: (306) 244-1146
Fax: (306) 665-6520
Driving Directions, Approaching Saskatoon via #11 Highway
Approaching Saskatoon on the #11 Highway (Louis Riel Trail), approximately 4 kms from Saskatoon, you will see signs for the Grasswood Business Centre. Along the left side of the highway is an Esso, a Shell and the English River Business Complex, a three story square light brown building. Follow the signs and parking is located in the rear of the building.
Driving Directions, Exiting Saskatoon via #11 Highway
Exiting Saskatoon on the #11 Highway (Louis Riel Trail), approximately 2 kms out of Saskatoon, you will see signs for the Grasswood Business Centre. Along the right side of the highway is the English River Business Complex, a three story square light brown building, a Shell and an Esso. Follow the signs and parking is located in the rear of the building.
The place to meet, share and learn through history, nature and each other.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a national historic site. A Northern Plains Indians cultural interpretive centre located 5 kms north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Our award-winning architecturally-unique Visitor Centre is your gateway to the incredibly beautiful unspoiled natural prairie landscape with 360 acres of scenic trails, interpretive sites, archeological digs, fauna, flora and herbs.
Learn the stories and lifestyles of the Northern Plains Indians who have gathered at this one meeting place for over 6,000 years.
Experience Northern Plains culture through hands-on demonstrations, traditional cuisine, art galleries, indoor and outdoor activities and overnight Tipi wildnerness camps.
We hope you will visit us often to gain strength, spiritual renewal and find peace of mind.
RR #4, Penner Road
Canada S7K 3J7
Offices and 914 20th Street West
Phone: (306) 933-2262
Fax: (306) 933-2738
June 21, Celebrates and recognises Canada's First Peoples cultures and the contribution of Aboriginal people.
More information can be found at http://www.reginanad.com/
For Aboriginal people, storytelling is both a gift, and a very old custom, sanctioned by the people, to teach, entertain, and remember.
Throughtout February First Nations and Metis storytelling events are going to be held to celebrate in schools, libraries, and community organisations throughout Saskatchewan.
More information can be found at http://www.parkland.lib.sk.ca/aboriginalstorytelling.htm