Fall & Winter 2019/20
Yorkton Visitor Guide Where good things happen
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Where good things happen
Yorkton... where good things happen
Yorkton’s motto is “Where good things happen.” You can see this in action when experiencing the exciting attractions and hospitality that greets you when you arrive here. The possibilities for enjoying Yorkton are as colourful and endless as the city’s rich cultural makeup. Winter in Yorkton has it all - events featuring sports, recreation and culture. The fall and winter season explodes with activities from festivals and band concerts to rodeos and sporting events. The Gallagher Centre invites you to attend programs and special events celebrating the fall and winter seasons. Enjoy splashing in the water park, relaxing in the whirlpool and refreshing in the steam room. Don’t forget that Yorkton also offers the widest variety of shopping experiences in this trading area. To tempt your palate, Yorkton has more restaurants per capita in North America. For the snowmobile enthusiast, sled right into Yorkton on one of the three designated snowmobile routies to access the accomodations, entertainment and services. In every season, and for every age, Yorkton promises great memories. Everywhere you g in Yorkton, good things happen starting with our friendly spirit...a special brand of prarie hospitality that will make you feel at home! If you are wondering just what might be happening on a specific day or weekend you plan to visit Yorkton, or have friends stopping in, check out the online calender at http:// ww.yorktonevents.com/ It is constantly updated to keep everyone aware of all the great activities in the community.
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Front Page Photos Top: Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling comes back to Yorkton in January (City of Yorkton/Peter Baran photo); Third from top right: The CP Holiday Train is back in December (City of Yorkton photo); Bottom right: The annual New Holland Rodeo takes place in November (Yorkton This Week photo); And there’s always lots of great winter fun and scenery (City of Yorkton and Yorkton This Week photos).
Tourism Facilities When it comes to hosting an event, whether it’s a business meeting, a major convention, wedding, or sporting event, Yorkton has the facilities. “That’s one of the great things about a city like Yorkton, its small enough anyone coming into an event can find their way around easily, but we are large enough to have a full range of quality services,” said Tourism Yorkton Executive Director Randy Goulden. Goulden said it starts with accommodations and food. “Whether you need a room for a night, or to book 100 rooms for a convention Yorkton has a number of fine hotels and motels,” she said. “And our restaurants range from, providing burgers on the go as you travel, to those offering fine dining. “There are of course private areas in some of the restaurants for small meetings as well.” When it comes to larger gatherings, that perfect wedding,
or fraternal convention, Yorkton has the facilities for that too. The Painted Hand Casino, SIGN on Broadway, St. Mary’s Cultural Centre, Godfrey Dean Cultural Centre and the City’s own Gallagher Centre all have spaces to accommodate gatherings from just a few intimate friends, to a high level business gathering, to provincial conventions. “We’re fortunate in Yorkton to have such a range of facilities,” said Goulden. “It has allowed the city to be the site of events from the Parkland Expo and Sunflower Craft Show & Sale, the annual SUN convention and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation convention.” Should someone need a little help planning an event in the city Tourism Yorkton can help there as well. They have a Convention and Event Planning Guide and a Wedding Planning Guide on their website; www.tourismyorkton.com
Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling is back. The Gallagher Centre will be host to the Meridian Canadian Open, which will take place on Jan. 14-19 2020. This is the third time that Yorkton will host a Grand Slam event. The previous two Meridian Canadian Opens hosted in the city took place in 2014 and 2015. The reigning champions are Edmonton’s Team Brendan Bottcher and Ottawa’s Team Rachel Homan. The event features a triple knockout playoff setup. Teams
must win three games before losing three in order to reach the finals. Sixteen men’s and sixteen women’s teams will compete for the title, and continue on their quest for the Pinty’s Cup, awarded to overall season champions. Winners of the Meridian Canadian Open also receive berths to the season-ending Humpty’s Champions Cup, April 21-26, 2020.
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Planning a visit? If you have a question regarding the attractions and amenities of the city, or maybe have an idea or an event you’d like to submit? Then make sure to visit Tourism Yorkton online. The online service provides a wealth of information including a complete listing of events, attractions, accommodations and even suggestions on how to plan an exciting day or lengthy stay. And that’s only the beginning … look through the website located at www.tourismyorkton.com and you will come across many fun and interesting ideas – whether it’s participating in recreation, taking a closer look at Yorkton’s history, or going shopping. It’s all there and more. If you are hosting an event in the city, and need some help, Tourism has an event planning guide than can help you create a memorable event in the city. (www.tourismyorkton. com) It your event happens to be a wedding, you will of course want a day that is forever memorable for the couple, and those sharing the big day. Again Tourism Yorkton can help with its wedding planner guide (www.tourismyorkton.com) And then for those wanting to explore all the city has to offer a mini-map is featured on the website that can assist you in getting to all the great attractions and businesses. Its unique design will help you plan your stay and will ensure you don’t miss out on any of our events and attractions. It can also help you connect with local businesses who offer unique gift ideas for loved ones back home.
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Each year the Yorkton Arts Council sponsors an array of exciting performances and this fall/winter season is no different. While in Yorkton treat yourself to first class entertainment by taking in one or all of the following performances. Stars for Saskatchewan Dates 2019 - 2020 — All performances will be at the Yorkton Regional High School, Anne Portnuff Theatre, 150 Gladstone Ave. N. Jeffery Straker and Friends - Saturday, October 26, 2019 — Join 3 of Saskatchewan’s favourite singer-songwritermusicians in this engaging and uplifting multi-artist concert. Through a combination of experienced voices and diverse musical styles backed by stellar musicians, this is a “not-to-be-missed” performance of song and story. Host and lead musician, award-winning Jeffrey Straker, performs 100+ shows every year across Canada, Europe and Latin America. Whether solo or backed by full symphony orchestra he’s left critics drawing comparisons to the likes of Harry Chapin, Carole King and Billy Joel. Jack Semple has reached an international audience with his songwriting, recordings and performances as a vocalist and virtuoso guitarist. He’s a Juno recipient, two-time winner of the Western Canadian Blues album of the year and has received a Grammy ballot nomination for “Contemporary Blues Album”. Folk singer-songwriter and Western Canadian music award winner Annette Campagne has been performing for over twenty-five years, both as a founding member of the acclaimed group Hart Rouge and now in her solo career. Her heart-in hand music and lyrics touch the soul and jumpstart the heart. www.jeffstraker.com Prairie Debut Presents: meagan & amy - Monday, December 2, 2019 — meagan&amy share an intense passion for interesting programming and fearless music-making. Selected the winner for a Pan-Canadian tour offered by Debut Atlantic, Jeunesses Musicales Canada, and Prairie Debut in 2019-2020, pianist Meagan Milatz and violinist Amy Hillis, who formed this musical union in 2011, will share with audiences across Canada a unique program that reflects their Saskatchewan origins, their Montreal studies, their international musical experiences, and connect them with music that has inspired them along the way. meagan&amy will program works by the celebrated European masters and pair them with works by composers across Canada. These composers who have a connection to their home, their studies, and their Canadian travels. This tour, Road Trip! A Pan-Canadian Partnership, will not only be a partnership of the touring networks, but a partnership of composers, and a partnership of artistic excellence. prairiedebut.com/
meaganamy Blake Reid Band - Wednesday, January 22, 2020 — The Blake Reid Band pays homage to the craft of making authentic music rooted in the traditions of country and great storytelling. While incorporating flavors of folk, roots, red dirt, swamp, bluegrass, Americana, rock n roll, outlaw country and more. The Blake Reid Band stays true to the story and, in doing so, whether you were raised in the deep south of the USA, the evergreen forests of Northern Canada, the countryside of the UK, or anywhere in between, their sound, their energy, their stories, will awaken your heart, stir your soul and take you home.www.blakereidband.com Don Amero - Tuesday, February 25, 2020 — An evening with Don Amero is a new take on the classic travelling troubadour. With a combination of original music and classic covers like Blue Rodeo’s “Try”, it falls somewhere between a family friendly stand up comedy show and an intimate concert. Between the witty banter, laughs, heartfelt music and inspiring stories, it is an experience for the whole family. Don believes that music is medicine and reaches a depth of the soul that no prescription can offer. We’ve all felt the power of a melody, lyric or song - it has an almost supernatural ability to move us on an emotional level. In his performance Don takes the listener on a emotional journey - leaving the audience encouraged and inspired to take better care of themselves and others. From the stage, he shares the joys and pitfalls of being a husband, father and musician in today’s world. With a heavy dose of humour, he connects with an easy and effortless charm as he shares his real life stories and songs with his audience. donamero.ca Continued on Page 7
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Continued from Page 6 Madison Violet - Monday, March 9, 2020 — Madison Violet is an award-winning Folk/Americana duo who have been JUNO nominated and are releasing a new album in 2019. They have toured worldwide and will be celebrating their 20th year as a group in 2019. “Madison Violet has suddenly appeared like a ray of sunshine on a rainy day.” - No Depression Magazine. “In the end, it’s all about the vocals. The playing is top-rate, especially Cape Breton-er Lisa MacIsaac’s native and familial skill on the fiddle and all stringed things, but the harmony blend between the two is arresting.” – CBC www.madisonviolet.com Canada’s Ballet Jorgen: “Anne of Green Gables –The Ballet TM” Friday, March 20, 2020 — Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet™ is a playful, colourful and evocative production that will transport audiences to early 20th century Atlantic Canada. Based on the beloved Canadian novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet™ follows the adventures of Anne Shirley, an orphan girl sent to live on a farm in the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. As a child of imagination, Anne takes much joy in life and adapts quickly, thriving in the close-knit farming village. Her imagination and talkativeness soon brighten up Green Gables. www.canadasballetjorgen.ca/ Christine Tassan et les Imposteures - Monday, April 6, 2020 — With a decade and a half of bringing their special blend of Gypsy jazz and revisited cover songs to audiences, Christine Tassan et les Imposteures have made a name for themselves on the music scene. The latest show of these four exquisitely talented female musicians brings together some of the best works by Django Reinhardt, Félix Leclerc and American swing composers. With a singular mix of virtuosity, daring and humour, the four-woman string band draws inspiration from one artist’s poetry and the other’s swing to weave a rich new musical universe, an ode to freedom and creativity. www.christinetassanetlesimposteures.com FILM Open Cinema – “No Roads in” - Tuesday January 21, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at the Yorkton Public library — The Yorkton Film Festival’s screening program which brings great film to the citizens of Yorkton will partner with the Yorkton Arts Council to present documentary “No Roads In” a musical journey for singer/songwriter Blake Reid, sound engineer Adam Naugler and the musicians of the Blake Reid Band. Their paths are brought together by the very basis of musical inspiration. They have a common desire to reconsider what
is really important in music, and in life. Together they find the faith to explore a process of making music that does not rely on advanced digital recording technologies, controlled studio environments, or commercial expectations, but rather, more closely resembles the way they feel music was meant to be created and shared. It’s the telling of stories, together, as friends, in a place with soul, in harmony with the elements, live, in-the-pocket, authentic, and captured entirely in the moment. There is a place that Adam had discovered a few years back, a place that spoke to him, a special place, it had been pulling at him ever since he’d first found it. It was this very place that started Adam on this journey, but this place would come with many challenges. Standing empty for almost 80 years, in the middle of a thousand acres of prairie wheat field, this long-forgotten farmstead is brought back to life, helping to capture the love, laughter and raw energy of 13 songs recorded live-off-the-floor over 5 summer days in Western Canada. The house, the wheat, and the wind were natures instruments and the journey was filled with challenges and uncertainty. The songs are not played technically perfect, but the acoustic performances captured in the amazing old house, with the people, the wind, the wheat, and all the elements are completely pure, and that makes them all more than perfect. The guys found magic within that old house. Q & A with the band will follow the screening.
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The Community pARTners Gallery located in the Yorkton Public Library displays local and emerging artists and artwork touring through OSAC’s “Art on the Move”. September - October 23 2019 - Emma Lake Archive – OSAC Arts on the Move — The University of Saskatchewan’s Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus is of great importance to the people of Saskatchewan. Hundreds have attended the summer workshops for visual arts, music and science as a part of their university education, as professional art development or to pursue a passionate interest. The site holds a place in Canadian art history as the site of the infamous Emma Lake artist workshops, hosting dozens of lead artists ranging from Barnett Newman to Frank Stella. In the early fall of 2012, Cameron Forbes and Crystal Bueckert were invited to visit the Emma Lake as artists in residence. Their intent was to document the buildings that make up the campus. Bueckert and Forbes were drawn to the eclectic architecture styles, the state of disrepair and miniature nature of the buildings. The buildings themselves held a certain energy - they were containers for stories. Forbes painted the interior of the buildings and their parts while Bueckert created as-built, scaled architectural drawings of each building. Not knowing it at the time, they were to be the last artists in residence to date. The work they made from this period has been compiled into a book “Emma Lake Archive”. There is no other archive like this of the Campus. The fact that these works are hand drawn and painted brings them into a different space than blueprints or computer renderings. The two different drawing styles engage with one another to create a more atmospheric, spatial experience. Recognizing an important part of Saskatchewan’s cultural history, this exhibition will be relevant to the interests of the communities it will travel to. November- December 2019 – Scissor Cuts - OSAC Arts on the Move — A special partnership with the Saskatchewan
German Council. Toured through OSAC’s Arts on the Move program. Scherenschnitte (scissor cuts) is an art form where silhouettes are cut from one piece of special black paper with scissors or knives with no ‘hangers’- unattached pieces. Scissor cutting has a long history in German folk art; immigrants brought Scherenschnitte to North America in the 17th Century. Reflecting the Canadian artists in Scissor Cuts/ Scherenschnitte, this collection of works ranges from traditional German Scherenschnitte represented by Waltraude Stehwien, a German immigrant, to papercut evolved into sculpture by Jess Richter- second generation born in Canada. Employing creativity to express a landscape, scene and image with cut paper requires precision in drawing as well as dexterity of cutting. Stehwien prefers scissors as they ‘bite’ the paper; designing her pieces by drawing out her complete design, reworking it on the back of the traditional black paper before making any cuts. While Stehwien enjoys the challenging restrictions of traditional Scherenschnitte, Richter explores all that paper can do. Richter, preferring the Exacto knife, works more organically, creating pieces for her sculptures as she goes. Neither artist likes using computers in their art. In Stehwien’s opinion “Computers are remote. Art is sensual.” Richter reluctantly learned computer drafting for her MFA degree from the UofR but prefers the ‘tactileness’ of pencil (or knife) to paper. January – February 2020 – A Rightful Place - OSAC Arts on the Move — Together with Common Weal Community Arts, OSAC is proud to offer A Rightful Place to tour throughout Saskatchewan. Toured through OSAC’s Arts on the Move program. Migration is at the heart of the human experience. We know that throughout history, people have undertaken significant migrations that have shaped the world we now Continued on Page 9
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www.tourismyorkton.com Page 9 Continued from Page 8 live in: journeys made in hope and exploration, as well as journeys made by force or desperation. Today, around the world, migration continues in its myriad forms, but the resistance many immigrants encounter on arrival in a new place continues as well. This negativity, aggravated by such things as a potentially depressed economy or a fear of terrorism, can sometimes make migrants scapegoats. The benefits of the acceptance of newcomers and their cultural contribution and perspectives to our society is often lost. A Rightful Place was created as an effort to stimulate connection with and acceptance of newcomers amongst local communities. While tensions between locals and immigrants may arise for a variety of reasons, too often it is simply a lack of understanding and familiarity which gives rise to problematic stereotypes and misunderstanding between groups. The A Rightful Place Project was a two-year multidisciplinary art and social justice project, in which the lives and migration experiences faced by newcomers were documented through portraits and personal narratives of the newcomers. Due to the current high level of fear and distrust of immigrants that is being promoted by some in our society, it is our belief that sharing these personal images and stories as widely as possible is vital to the Saskatchewan community at large.
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March - April 2020 - I do not have my words OSAC Arts on the Move — Curated and organized by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery with funding assistance from the City of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Lotteries, and the Canada Council for the Arts. The exhibition, I do not have my words, features printmaking, photography, sculpture and beaded, mixed media works by Indigenous, Saskatchewan artists, Joi Arcand, Catherine Blackburn and Audrey Dreaver. Each artist’s body of works explore language loss and considers how language is connected to one’s cultural identity.
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Joi Arcand explores the interruption of intergenerational language-learning, as a result of the residential school system and other colonial attempts to remove Indigenous culture, through the revitalization of the Cree language. Emphasizing the discontinuation of the language within Arcand’s own family by rendering it hyper-visible in location and material, the work further questions how the public presence of language is connected to acknowledging Indigenous peoples. Catherine Blackburn’s art practice is informed by her Dene and European ancestry, considering Canada’s colonial past through her personal relationships and life experiences. The pieces in, I do not have my words, use media, traditional materials, like beading, and artistic processes that connect to the various themes and histories Blackburn explores in the work, including the Dene language. Audrey Dreaver’s prints document her research into her family’s history of Cree language loss and consider how this loss has impacted her cultural identity as a Cree woman. In this exploration, Dreaver poses questions: How did my family come to lose our language? Is your language who you are? Does my inability to speak my language mean that I am less Cree? The artist invites viewers to engage in her exploration and consider if language loss affects identity by breaking continuity with one’s past and culture.
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Whether you are looking for a quick coffee and muffin for the road, or a fancy dinner with wine to celebrate a special occasion, you will find just the right place in Yorkton. “We are fortunate in Yorkton to have a diverse range of restaurants,” said Randy Goulden, manager of Tourism Yorkton. People who are traveling for holidays often look at different dining experiences as a big part of their holiday, noted Goulden. FINE DINING Manos 277 Broadway Street East (Parkland Mall) 306.786.7555 For the love of good food! Fully licensed restaurant and lounge. Open Monday to Saturday. Mr. Mikes Steakhouse Casual 35 - 275 Broadway Street East 306.783.6453 No funny handshakes, no secret initiation, just good food, big drinks and warm people. Best steaks in town. Famous burgers. Amazing stir frys. Delicious seafood. Contact C.V. Sastry, General Manager FAMILY DINING Pizza Hut 1-132 Broadway Street West 306.786.2330 Eat, laugh and share at the most successful pizza restaurant in the world. Full-service dining room, licensed for beer/wine, take out and delivery. Boston Pizza 226 Broadway Street East 306.786.4444 Family friendly, casual dining restaurant with a seasonal outdoor patio. Little Caesars Pizza 20 Broadway Street East 306.782.0100 We only use our finest ingredients. Our dough is made fresh each day and our cheese is fresh shredded never frozen.
“If you’ve been traveling all day it’s nice to sit back and let someone else do the cooking, not to mention the dishes,” said Goulden. And even if you are staying in the city for a few days, getting out with family and friends to talk over a cup of good coffee, or a full meal, is a good way to relax. “Food and conversation have always gone hand-in-hand, so why not check out one of the options in the city and enjoy the food and company,” said Goulden.
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Legends Restaurant (Painted Hand Casino) 510 Broadway Street West 306.828.3006 Yorkton’s #1 Entertainment! Modern casino, featuring blackjack, roulette, let it ride bonus, slots, progressive slots, and great live entertainment. Soup N’ Such 277 Broadway Street East (Parkland Mall) 306.783.8211 For a meal, snack or just a coffee break. Menu includes homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and many desserts. Grumpy’s Grill 350 Broadway St West 306.782.2422 Grumpy is just our nickname. We serve you great food because we love what we do, and we love our customers. Like it says on the front of our building, we’ll make you happy! We also do catering, take-outs, Dask Delivers and our restaurant features a meeting room that can comfortably sit 40. COFFEE & DESSERT Scoops 37 Broadway Street West 306.782.0263 Sit out at Yorkton’s only open-air café. Enjoy smoothies, ice cream and Yorkton’s best coffee.
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The Yorkton Exhibition Association is gearing up for another exciting Grain Millers’ Harvest Showdown, November 6th – 9th! The four-day agriculturally based event attracts people from all over East-Central Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba. Numerous events including the 4-H Judging Clinic, Commercial Cattle Show & Sale, Commercial Grain & Forage Show, Pedigreed Seed Show, FCC Breeders’ Alley, Chore Team Competition, F4 Forum, Country Craft & Trade Show, Horse Power Showcase, Exotic Animal Sale, Ag Education School Tours, Stock Dog Competitions, and Ranch Rodeo continue to make the event a draw for rural and city residents! The Yorkton New Holland PBR will be returning to Yorkton on Friday and Saturday evenings for all the bull riding fans. Whether you’re young or old, from the country or the city, Harvest Showdown has something for everyone! This year we are waving the gate fees, giving you free admission onto the grounds! For further event details, visit yorktonexhibition.com or follow us on Facebook. If you have any questions regarding Harvest Showdown, you can also contact the office at 306-783-4800 or email info@ yorktonexhibition.com
Hotels and Motels Comfort Inn and Suites 22 Dracup Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 3W1 Telephone: 306-783-0333 Fax: 306-783-1239 email@example.com 77 rooms. The Comfort Inn features Jacuzzi suites as well as standard rooms. The Comfort Inn also boasts a meeting room that can comfortably accommodate 100 people. 24 hour front desk, complimentary deluxe breakfast, and free wifi. The hotel is also pet friendly, and has an outdoor barbecue for guests to use during the summer. Days Inn and Suites Yorkton 1 - 275 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0N5 Telephone: 306-782-3112 Fax: 306-782-3127 www.daysinn.ca Newly built and opened in 2013. We offer a hot continental breakfast, complimentary wifi, fitness centre, business centre, pool, hot tub and water slide, 2 meeting rooms to accommodate 8-30 people. We are a pet friendly and smoke free hotel. Home Inn & Suites 506 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P3 Telephone: 306-782-7829 Toll Free: 844-258-7829 Fax: 306-782-7830 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.homeinnyorkton.ca “You’re at home with us.” Located beside Painted Hand Casino and the Gallagher Centre; indoor pool, waterslide and whirlpool; free breakfast including pancakes, eggs and hashbrowns; free high-speed internet; meeting room for up to 30 people; fitness centre; suites with full kitchens for long-term stays. Quality Inn & Suites 2 Kelsey Bay, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-783-3297 Fax: 306-783-3338 www.choicehotels.ca Quality Inn and Suites Yorkton is a modern hotel that offfers guests a unique experience at great value. Three storey waterslide, hot tub and pool, also a 24 hour business centre and a 24 hour fitness centre.
Bed and Breakfasts
Garry & Darlene Bed and Breakfast 324 Douglas Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G2 Telephone: 306-621-6134 Email: email@example.com Just About Country Two bedrooms, private bathroom, large rec room with TV and high speed internet, continental breakfast, non-smoking, no pets, BBQ and deck. Close to golf courses, Gallagher Centre, casino and walking paths. Lorraine’s Bed and Breakfast 146 Franklin Drive, Yorkton, SK S3N 2G6 Telephone: 306-783-6007 Three bedrooms, private bathroom, living room, TV, VCR and fridge. Non-smoking. Also available, longer-term housekeeping rooms, monthly fee negotiable.
Cherrydale Golf & Campground Four miles east on Highway #10, 2 miles south and 1 mile east. Mailing address: Box 187, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7 Telephone: 306-786-6877 Fax: 306-782-7156 12 electrical sites, 6 non-electric sites. Amenities include family recreation for all ages; driving range; ball diamond, horseshoes; 2400-yard golf course with irrigated greens and tee box, miniature golf course. Close to major shopping centre. Firewood, picnic tables, recreation program, shower house, and telephone.
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City of Yorkton Campground Off Highway 16 on York Road N51 13.463 W 102 29.024 In-Season Telephone: 306-786-1757 Off-Season Telephone: 306-786-1750 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Open from April 15 to September 30 each year under 24 hour, on site supervision, the campground has 54 sites that offer 15 or 30 amp service, fresh water, barbecues, play area as well as shower and washroom facilities. Pull through sites, sewer dump station and wood is available. Both short and long-term reservations accepted. York Lake Regional Park 3 km south of Yorkton off Highway 10 Mailing address: Box 1166, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-782-7080 Fax: 306-786-6507 Email: email@example.com Open May 15 to September 30. Multi-use recreation park: beach and swimming area, playground facilities, indoor/outdoor recreational and meeting facilities, trap club, gun club, sailing and canoe club, 4 ball diamonds, water skiing, 18-hole golf course with grass greens. Campsites: 33 full service, 33 electrical, 6 non-electrical. Pull through RV sites, 30-amp service. Tenting sites. Reservations accepted.
Arts and Culture Godfrey Dean Art Gallery 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-786-2992 Fax: 306-782-2767 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.deangallery.ca Call for gallery hours or check our web site. The Godfrey Dean Art Gallery curates, exhibits and promotes the work of provincial and national contemporary artists. Free admission. Welcome Home Crafts and Gift Shop/ R&R Massage Therapy Clinic 113 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H8 Telephone: 306-782-7686 Fax: 306-786-7686 Email: email@example.com Everything For Mind, Body, and Spirit! A cozy 1909 two-storey house filled with crafts by 50 consignors, prairie prints, souvenirs, Saskatoon berry products, Tye Russ bears, and a bath boutique. Also home to a massage therapy clinic. Yorkton Arts Council 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-783-8722 Fax: 306-786-7667 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.yorktonarts.ca The Yorkton Arts Council enriches the lives of Yorkton and area residents through the development and presentation of the visual and performing arts. Yorkton Film Festival 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-782-7077 Fax: 306-782-1550 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.yorktonfilm.com Yorkton Film Festival is an annual competition for short film and video. The best production in various categories wins the prestigious Canada’s Golden Sheaf Award.
Attractions and Events
Cherrydale Golf & Campground Four miles east on Highway #10, 2 miles south and 1 mile east. Mailing address: Box 187, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7 Telephone: 306-786-6877
Fax: 306-782-7156 12 electrical sites, 6 non-electric sites. Amenities include family recreation for all ages; driving range; ball diamond, horseshoes; 2400-yard golf course with irrigated greens and tee box, miniature golf course. Close to major shopping centre. Firewood, picnic tables, recreation program, shower house, and telephone. Deer Park Municipal Golf Course Intersection of Highways 52 and 10A Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3 Telephone: 306-786-1711 Situated on the west of Yorkton on Highway 52 on rolling, heavily wooded terrain, a beautiful setting any golfer can enjoy. Deer Park is one of Saskatchewan’s top-ranked 18 hole championship golf courses with water, sand and multiple tee areas that compliment the already challenging terrain. Available to help you enjoy your golf experience are a full service driving range, rental equipment, electric power carts and a fully stocked pro shop with CPGA Professionals. The course also offers lounge, restaurant, concession and beverage cart services for the golfing public. Deer Park must be played to be truly appreciated. Godfrey Dean Art Gallery 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-786-2992 Fax: 306-782-2767 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.deangallery.ca Check our web site for gallery hours. The Godfrey Dean Art Gallery curates, exhibits and promotes the work of provincial and national contemporary artists. Painted Hand Casino 510 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 3P3 Telephone: 306-828-3006 Fax 306-786-7774 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.paintedhandcasino.ca Open Sunday to Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Wednesday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 a.m. Black jack, progressive jackpots, slot machines, poker, and more. Restaurant and multi-purpose Parkland Room available for booking meetings, conventions, weddings and other events. Parkland Outdoor Show & Expo Box 3097, Melville, SK S0A 2P0 Contact: Darren Wandy, President Telephone: 306-521-0429 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.parklandoutdoorshow.com Outdoor Show for hunting, fishing and all things related to outdoor pursuits. Sonja Pawliw’s Healing and Meditation Garden 95 Wellington Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 1Y1 Telephone 306-783-7015 Email: email@example.com Come and relax in a peaceful garden of flowers, running water and music, in the presence of many angels. In the evening the lights create a magical serenity and peace. Sunflower Arts and Craft Show With more than 180 different craft and art exhibitors, the show has something to suit everyone’s tastes. Crafters from all over Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia travel to Yorkton to take part in this annual event every September. To learn more about Sunflower, contact the Yorkton Arts Council at 306-783-8722. Western Development Museum Highway 16A W., Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Mailing address: Box 98, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-8361 Fax: 306-782-1027 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.wdm.ca The Yorkton Western Development Museum recreates the times and styles of the many
immigrants who settled in Western Canada. Depicted are scenes, which illustrate the cultural roots of these people. Outdoors, the challenge of turning sod is demonstrated in the line-up of agricultural equipment, which includes the gigantic Twin City gas tractor, one of only two in North America! Events held at the museum include: Canada Day on July 1; Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebrations, as well as many others. York Lake Golf and Country Club Located south-west of Yorkton on Highway 10 across from the weigh scales. Mailing address: Box 27, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-8424 Offers a driving range, practice green, club house, pro shop, along with clubs, pull carts and motor carts. An excellent junior program is offered, as well as men’s and ladies’ nights and seniors’ mornings. The club believes in customer service and satisfaction. York Lake Regional Park 4 km south of Yorkton on paved road Mailing address: Box 1166, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-782-7080 Fax: 306-782-6507 Open May 15 to Sept. 30. Regional Park equipped with a 36 site campground, 18 hole golf course, ball diamond complex, gun range, skeet and black powder range, playground and lake with boat launch. Yorkton Bowl Arena 49 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K6 Telephone: 306-783-5183 Fax: 306-783-5183 League bowling for children and adults. Recreational bowling for all ages. Licensed facility with glow bowling. Yorkton Exhibition Association 455 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK Mailing address: Box 908, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X1 Telephone: 306-783-4800 Fax: 306-782-4919 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.yorktonexhibition.com Bringing friends and neighbours together! The Yorkton Exhibition Association offers yearround activities and events for all to enjoy, including the annual summer fair in early July. Yorkton Film Festival 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-782-7077 Fax: 306-782-1550 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.yorktonfilm.com Yorkton Film Festival is an annual competition for short film and video. The best production in various categories wins the prestigious Canada’s Golden Sheaf Award. Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame & Museum Located at Gallagher Centre, West Broadway St. Janice Zwirsky: 306-621-4095 Darren Spelay: 306-621-4290 Come and see Yorkton’s rich sporting history. The Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame strives to preserve its motto, “Hometown Heroes”. Since 1994, the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame & Museum has inducted 79 Athletes/Builders and 17 Teams. Yorkton Threshermen’s Club Highway 16A Mailing address: Box 98, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-8361 Fax: 306-782-1027 Email: email@example.com Volunteer, non-profit organization established in 1955 to preserve and present the history of Saskatchewan agriculture through demonstrations; in particular the annual Threshermen’s Show and Seniors Festival held in August.
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Food and Beverages
A&W Restaurant 365 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0N8 Telephone: 306-783-5116 And... 39 - 275 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G7 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.aw.ca Home of the Burger Family Boston Pizza 226 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK Telephone: 306-786-4444 Family friendly, casual dining, restaurant with a seasonal outdoor patio. Grumpy’s Grill 350 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0N6 Telephone: 306-782-2422 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.grumpysgrill.ca Grumpy is just our nickname. We serve you great food because we love what we do, and we love our customers. Like it says on the front of our building, we’ll make you happy! We also do catering, take-outs, Dash Delivers and our restaurant features a meeting room that can comfortably seat 40 people. Mano’s Restaurant and Lounge 277 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G7 Telephone: 306-786-7555 Fax: 306-786-7556 www.manosyorkton.ca For the love of good food! Fully licensed restaurant and lounge. Located in the Parkland Mall, open 7 days week. McDonald’s Restaurant 240 Hamilton Road, Yorkton, SK S3N 4C6 Telephone: 306-783-4417 Fax: 306-783-4848 And... 94 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0M2 Telephone: 306-783-5600 Fax: 306-783-4848 There’s a little McDonald’s in everyone! City Centre: 200 seat restaurant and play place. Open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily with drivethru open until midnight. Also at the Wal-Mart location. Mr. Mikes Steakhouse Casual 35 - 275 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G0 Telephone: 306-783-6453 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: MrMikesYorkton No funny handshakes, no secret initiation, just good food, big drinks and warm people. Best steaks in town. Famous burgers. Amazing stir frys. Delicious seafood. Contact C.V Sastry, General Manager. Painted Hand Casino 510 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P3 Telephone: 306-828-3006 Fax: 306-786-7774 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.paintedhandcasino.ca Yorkton’s #1 Entertainment! Modern casino, featuring blackjack, roulette, let it ride bonus, slots, progressive slots, and great live entertainment. Pizza Hut 1 - 132 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0M4 Telephone: 306-786-2330 Eat, laugh and share at the most successful pizza restaurant in the world! Full-service dining room, licensed for beer/wine, take out and delivery. Scoops 37 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK Telephone: 306-782-0263 Sit out at Yorkton’s only open air cafe. Smoothies, ice cream and Yorkton’s best coffee. Soup N Such 277 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G7 Telephone: 306-783-8211 For a meal, a snack, or coffee break. Our
excellent menu incudes homemade soups, salads and sandwiches as well as many dessert choices. St. Mary’s Cultural Centre 240 Wellington Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 3L2 Telephone: 306-782-1010 Fax: 306-782-0424 firstname.lastname@example.org smcultural.com Can accommodate meetings, weddings and convention facilities for 25 to 625 people. They specialize in Ukrainian cuisine as well as many different cultural menus. Trifon’s Pizza 290 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 3J9 Telephone: 306-782-7000 Web site: www.trifonspizza.com Our tasty meals are a welcome and convenient break in a busy day. Seats 150. “Now that’s a pizza pie!” Wendy’s Restaurant 160 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3K6 Telephone: 306-783-0100 Web site: www.wendys.com Quality is what drives us every single day.
Manufacturers Deneschuk Homes Ltd. Highway 10 East Mailing address: Box 1150, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-783-6228 Fax: 306-786-7727 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.deneschukhomes.com Your number 1 custom home builder! Builder of quality onsite and ready-to-move homes. Harvest Meats 501 York Road West, Yorkton, SK S3N 3V6 Mailing address: Box 68, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-9446 Fax: 306-783-9298 Toll Free: 800-667-1496 www.harvestmeats.ca Leon Mfg. Company Inc. 135 York Road E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Toll Free: 1-800-667-1581 Phone 306-786-2600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Facilities For details about the convention and meeting facilities provided by these businesses, see our convention facilities page. Comfort Inn and Suites 22 Dracup Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 3W1 Telephone: 306-783-0333 Fax: 306-783-1239 email@example.com 77 rooms. The Comfort Inn features Jacuzzi suites as well as standard rooms. The Comfort Inn also boasts a meeting room that can comfortably accommodate 100 people. 24 hour front desk, complimentary deluxe breakfast, and free wifi. Days Inn & Suites Yorkton #1 - 275 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK. Telephone: 306-782-3112 Newly built and opened in 2013. Complimentary continental breakfast, wifi and newspapers, fitness centre, business centre, pool, hot tub and water slide. Two meeting rooms to accommodate 8 to 30. Pet friendly and smoke free. Gallagher Centre 455 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3 Box 400 Telephone: 306-828-2400 Fax: 306-782-4919 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.gallaghercentre.com Home Inn & Suites Yorkton 506 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P3 Telephone: 306-782-7829
Fax: 306-782-7830 Web site: www.homeinnyorkton.ca You’re at home with us. 80 rooms with a full service salon and spa. Free daily breakfast and free wifi. BBQ facilities are available and vending machines provide snacks and drinks. Deer Park Municipal Golf Course is just 1 km away. Painted Hand Casino is 1 minute walk away and the Gallagher Centre is just across Broadway Street. St. Mary’s Cultural Centre 240 Wellington Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 3L2 Telephone: 306-782-1010 Fax: 306-782-0424 email@example.com smcultural.com Can accommodate meetings, weddings and convention facilities for 25 to 625 people. Specializing in Ukrainian cuisine as well as many different cultural menus.
Organizations City of Yorkton Community Development Parks and Recreation Department Office located at Gallagher Centre, West Broadway St. Mailing address: Box 400, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3 Telephone: 306-786-1750 Fax: 306-786-6880 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.yorkton.ca The Community Development, Parks and Recreation Department is committed to building individual, organizational and community capacity that will contribute to the positive growth and development of our community by enhancing the overall well-being of individuals and families. The department works with the community to ensure that a broad range of sport, culture, parks, and recreation opportunities are accessible to a broad spectrum of residents and visitors. To support these activities, the Department provides community leadership as well as safe, well-maintained, attractive and accessible facilities and parks to meet the needs of the community. Kinsmen Club of Yorkton Telephone: 306-782-5112 or 1-866-976-7636 For the past 75 years the Kinsmen Club of Yorkton, with the generous support of the citizens of Yorkton and area, has been able to provide assistance to many organizations and individuals. New Horizons Senior Citizens of Yorkton Inc. 78 First Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1J7 Telephone: 306-783-4835 Facebook: New Horizons Senior Citizens of Yorkton Providing services and activities to the seniors of Yorkton. Ventures CFDC 204 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3S6 Telephone: 306-782-0255 Fax: 306-783-2590 Email: email@example.com Ventures CFDC is committed to assist in the growth of vibrant communities by providing business and technical resources to clients. It provides community economic development services, business development services and loan investment funds to businesses within its service region. York Lake Regional Park 4 km south of Yorkton Mailing address: Box 1166, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-782-7080 Fax: 306-782-6507 Open May 15 to Sept. 30. Multi-use recreation park beach and swimming area, playground
facilities, indoor/outdoor recreational and meeting facilities, trap club, gun club, sailing and canoe club, 4 ball diamonds, water-skiing, golf course with grass greens. Campsites: 33 Elec/Wtr, 33 Elec, 6 N/Elec. Pull-through RV sites, 30-amp service, tenting sites. Reservations accepted. Yorkton Arts Council 49 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 Telephone: 306-783-8722 Fax: 306-786-7667 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.yorktonarts.ca The Yorkton Arts Council enriches the lives of Yorkton and area residents through the development and presentation of the visual and performing arts. Yorkton Business Improvement District 2nd Floor, 31 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K4 Telephone: 306-783-9243 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.yorktonbid.com YBID is about the promotion and local appearance of a district of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Over 400 businesses are located within this district. Yorkton Chamber of Commerce Junction of Highways 9 and 16 Mailing address: Box 1051, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-783-4368 Fax: 306-786-6978 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.yorktonchamber.com Yorkton Thresherman’s Club Highway 16A Mailing address: Box 98, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-8361 Fax: 306-782-1027 Email: email@example.com Volunteer, non-profit organization established in 1955 to preserve and present the history of Saskatchewan agriculture through demonstrations; in particular the annual Threshermen’s Show and Senior’s Festival. Yorkton Tribal Council Suite 102 506 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P3 Telephone: 306-782-3644 Email: info@YorktonTribalCouncil.org Web site: http://yorktontribalcouncil.org Yorkton Wildlife Federation York Lake Regional Park Mailing address: Box 1811, Yorkton, SK S3N 3R2 Telephone: 306-783-4316 The purpose of the Yorkton Wildlife Federation is to restore, conserve, and to perpetuate Saskatchewan’s natural environment.
Recreation Brown’s Leisure World Highway 10 East Mailing address: Box 5023, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-783-8933 Fax: 306-786-7288 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.brownsleisureworld.com RV Dealership: parts, sales, and service; Autopro Collision Centre: SGI accredited; Freightliner: parts and service. Cherrydale Golf & Campground Four miles east on Highway #10, 2 miles south and 1 mile east Mailing address: Box 187, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7 Telephone: 306-786-6877 Fax: 306-782-7156 12 electrical sites, 6 non-electric sites. Amenities include family recreation for all ages, driving range, ball diamond, horseshoes, 2400-yard golf course with irrigated greens and tee box, miniature golf course. Close to major shopping centre. Firewood, picnic tables, recreation program, shower house, and telephone.
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1. Back 40 Brewery 2. Boston Pizza (Yorkton) 3. Christ the Teacher Catholic School 4. City of Yorkton 5. City of Yorkton 6. Discovery Motorsports 7. Done Rite Autobody 8. Family Pizza 9. French Toast Kitty 10. Godfrey Dean Art Gallery 11. Hearn’s 12. Kahkewistahaw Gas & Convenience Store 13. Kees Tae Kwondo, Yorkton 14. Legacy Co-operative Association Ltd. 15. Legacy Co-operative Association Ltd. 16. Losa Chic Boutique 17. MGM’s White House Apparel 18. Modern Mum 19. Original Six Steakholders 20. Parkland College 21. Parkland Outdoor Show & Expo 22. SIGA Painted Hand Casino 23. St. Mary’s Cultural Centre 24. Thorsness Appliance 25. Trifon’s Pizza 26. Value Village - 2129 27. West Broadway Grill 28. Wing’s Restaurant 29. Yorkton Business Improvement 30. Yorkton Exhibition Association 31. Yorkton Film Festival 32. Yorkton Terriers 33. Yorkton This Week 34. Windy Acres
City of Yorkton Community Development and Recreation Department Office located at Gallagher Centre, West Broadway St. Mailing address: Box 400, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3 Telephone: 306-786-1750 Fax: 306-786-6880 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.yorkton.ca The Community Development, Parks & Recreation Department is committed to building individual, organizational and community capacity that will contribute to the positive growth and development of our community by enhancing the overall well-being of individuals and families. The department works with the community to ensure that a broad range of sport, culture, parks, and recreation opportunities are accessible to a broad spectrum of residents and visitors. To support these activities, the Department provides community leadership as well as safe, well-maintained, attractive and accessible facilities and parks to meet the needs of the community. Deer Park Municipal Golf Course Intersection of Highways 52 and 10A Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3 Telephone: 306-786-1711 Situated on the west of Yorkton on Highway 52 on rolling, heavily wooded terrain, a beautiful setting any golfer can enjoy. Deer Park is one of Saskatchewan’s top-ranked 18 hole championship golf courses with water, sand and multiple tee areas that compliment the already challenging terrain. Available to help you enjoy your golf experience are a full service driving range, rental equipment, electric power carts and a fully stocked pro shop with CPGA Professionals. The course also offers lounge, restaurant, concession and beverage cart services for the golfing public. Deer Park must be played to be truly appreciated. Discovery Motor Sports Yorkton Limited Highway 10 East Mailing address: Box 548, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W7 Telephone: 306-782-2833 Fax: 306-783-4566 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.discoverymotorsportsyorkton.com Recreation vehicles, Polaris snowmobiles and ATV’s. SeaRay, Fisher and Pontoon boats, Wanderer Travel Trailers, parts and service for all makes and models available. Ffun Motor Sports 86 - 7th Ave. S., Yorkton, SK Mailing address: Box 190, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7 Telephone: 306-783-6340 Fax: 306-783-7919 Web site: www.fmsyorkton.com New Horizons Senior Citizens of Yorkton Inc. 78 First Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1J7 Telephone: 306-783-4835 Facebook: New Horizons Senior Citizens of Yorkton Providing services and activities to the seniors of Yorkton. Painted Hand Casino 510 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK Telephone: 306-828-3006 Fax: 306-786-7774 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.paintedhandcasino.ca Yorkton’s #1 Entertainment! Modern casino, featuring blackjack, roulette, let it ride bonus, slots, progressive slots, and great live entertainment.
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York Lake Golf and Country Club Located south-west of Yorkton on Highway 10 across from the weigh scales. Mailing Address: Box 27, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-8424 York Lake has a 12-hole golf course and 12hole footgolf course. It offers ball rentals, golf club, pull cart and power cart rentals, a driving range and practice green. There is a spacious outdoor deck overlooking the first tee where you can enjoy refreshments and excellent food from the licensed restaurant. Customer service and satisfaction is a priority. York Lake Regional Park 3 km south of Yorkton off Highway 10 Mailing address: Box 1166, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-782-7080 Fax: 306-786-6507 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Open May 15 to Sept. 30. Multi-use recreation park: beach and swimming area, playground facilities, indoor/outdoor recreational and meeting facilities, trap club, gun club, sailing and canoe club, 4 ball diamonds, water-skiing, golf course with grass greens. Campsite: 33 Elec/Wtr, 33 Elec, 6 N/Elec, pull-through RV sites, 30-amp service, tenting sites. Reservations accepted. Yorkton Bowl Arena 49 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K6 Telephone: 306-783-5183 Fax: 306-783-5183 League bowling for children and adults. Recreational bowling for all ages. Licensed facility with glow bowling. Yorkton Kalyna Dance School Mailing address: Box 81, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-783-9538 Yorkton Sno-Riders Mailing address: Box 111, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-782-2645 Fax: 306-786-6163 Snowmobile club, grooms and maintains snowmobile trails in Yorkton and area.
Retail Alexander’s Mens’ Wear 41 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K6 Telephone: 306-783-8107 Email: email@example.com All About Flowers Ltd. & All About Gourmet, Gift & Home Decor 71 Seventh Ave. S., Yorkton, SK S3N 3K4 Telephone: 306-782-4222 Fax: 306-782-5311 Brown’s Leisure World Highway 10 East Mailing address: Box 5023, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-783-8933 Fax: 306-786-7288 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.brownsleisureworld.com RV Dealership: parts, sales, and service; Autopro Collision Centre: SGI accredited; Freightliner: parts and service. Crystal Clear Imprints 76 Seventh Ave. S., Yorkton, SK S3N 3V2 Telephone: 306-783-3322 Fax: 306-786-1833 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.crystalclearimprints.com We supply and embroider caps, garments, such as Russell Athletics, Ash City, StormTech and more. We also specialize in promotional advertising products such as pens, watches, etc. Custom MicroSystems 106 Franklin Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 1L9 Telephone: 306-782-1272 Fax: 306-782-0171 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.custom-microsystems.com
Discovery Motor Sports Yorkton Limited Highway 10 East Mailing address: Box 548, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W7 Telephone: 306-782-2833 Fax: 306-783-4566 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.discoverymotorsportsyorkton.com Recreation vehicles, Polaris snowmobiles and ATV’s. SeaRay, Fisher and Pontoon boats, Wanderer Travel Trailers, parts and service for all makes and models available. Dream Weddings Bridal and Formal Wear 91A Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0L1 Telephone: 306-782-6000 Fax: 306-782-6001 D.R. Auto Extras Ltd. 465 Broadway St. E., Box 22024, Yorkton, SK S3N 4B2 Telephone: 306-786-2886 Fax: 306-783-1222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full line of car and truck accessories, hitches, wiring, trailer repairs, remote car starters. SaskTel Mobility Centre. Ffun Motor Sports Highway 9 North Box 190, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7 Telephone: 306-783-6340 Fax: 306-783-7919 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.fmsyorkton.com Fountain Tire 4 Palliser Way, Yorkton, SK S3N 4C5 Telephone: 306-783-8567 Fax: 306-786-7433 Email: F209@fountaintire.com Web site: www.fountaintire.com Granny’s Antiques and Stuff Sunnyside Drive, Burgis Beach, Good Spirit Lake Telephone: 306-621-7745 Large selection of carnival glass and other quality; oak furniture, hoosiers, gramaphones, lamps, plus much more. Haas Nissan 386 Broadway St. E., Box 1269, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-783-9461 Fax: 306-782-2202 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.haasnissan.com Hearn’s Westview Pharmacy 265 Bradbrooke Dr., Yorkton, SK S3N 3L3 Telephone: 306-783-4331 Fax: 306-783-3775 Pharmacy, prescriptions, ostomy supplies, OTC drugs, cards, etc. Kahkewistahaw Gas & Convenience Store 500 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P2 Telephone: 306-786-8832 Fax: 306-786-1895 24-hour full service PetroCanada gas and convenience store on First Nations land, owned by Kahkewistahaw First Nation. Legacy Co-op Food Centre 30 Argyle Street Agro Centre: 180 Hamilton Road Gas Bar: 305 Broadway St. W. Mailing address: Administration, Box 5025, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Y4 Telephone: 306-783-3601 Fax: 306-786-6090 Email: email@example.com Painted Hand Casino 510 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK Telephone: 306-828-3006 Fax: 306-786-7774 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.paintedhandcasino.ca/
Yorkton’s #1 Entertainment! Modern casino, featuring blackjack, roulette, let it ride bonus, slots, progressive slots, and great live entertainment. Parkland Mall 277 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G7 Telephone: 306-782-2132 Fax: 306-786-6858 Web site: www.parklandmall.com The Parkland Mall is an enclosed shopping centre located in Yorkton. The centre is located at the junction of Highways 9 and 10, one kilometre north of the Yellowhead Highway, and is the largest enclosed shopping centre in the Parkland region. Pharmasave 102 - 20 Gladstone Ave. S., Yorkton, SK S3N 2B1 Telephone: 306-782-3099 Fax: 306-782-3098 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.pharmasave.com Pharmacy, prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs, cards, Yorkton souvenirs and more. Save On Foods 277 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3G7 Telephone: 306-783-1244 Fax: 306-783-1306 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sheila’s Place Contact Sheila Hintz 153 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0M5 Telephone: 306-783-8451 Fax: 306-783-8453 Email: email@example.com Facebook: Sheila’s Place Uniquely different retail. Sherring Gold 91 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 2W7 Telephone: 306-782-4653 Fax: 306-783-7464 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Give Us A Ring. Fine jewelry manufacturers and repairs. Staples Business Depot 210 Hamilton Road, Yorkton, SK S3N 4A5 Telephone: 306-782-9300 Fax: 306-782-9304 Web site: www.staples.ca Staples is a home/office superstore that provides solutions to the home and business customer in office supplies, copying, furnishings, and technology. Terry’s Bookworm 22 Second Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1G2 Telephone: 306-782-4424 Fax: 306-782-3529 Offering used books. Located in the downtown core. The Plum Tree 34 Betts Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 1L9 Telephone: 306-786-5006 Facebook: The Plum Tree Your special store for gifts and decor! Under the Covers 30 Betts Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 1L9 Telephone: 306-782-7982 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.underthecovers.ca Carries a full line of lingerie as well as a wide assortment of adult merchandise and year round swimsuits. Welcome Home Crafts and Gift Shop 113 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H8 Telephone: 306-782-7686 Fax: 306-782-7686 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Yorkton Dodge 270 Hamilton Road, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-786-9022 Fax: 306-786-7288 Saskatchewan’s largest Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealer.
Services Baillie Boys Towing 111 Magrath St., Yorkton, SK S3N 0A1 Telephone: 306-782-2100 Email: email@example.com Towing and recovery work; in the towing industry for 24 years. Baker Tilly SK LLP 41 Broadway St. W., Suite 310, Yorkton, SK S3N 0L6 Telephone: 306-783-8531 Fax: 306-786-6414 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.bakertilly.ca Chartered accountants providing services in individual form and corporate tax preparation and planning, financial preparation, data processing, auditing, and accounting services. Body Poetry Fitness Studio #2 - 7 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0L3 Telephone: 306-786-1999 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.bodypoetrystudio.com We offer quality instruction with fully certified instructors. Body Poetry is a perfect oasis in your day. Discover your best self through our offerings. Brown’s Leisure World Highway 10 East, Box 5023, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-783-8933 Fax: 306-786-7288 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.brownsleisureworld.com RV Dealership: parts, sales, and service; Autopro Collision Centre: SGI accredited; Freightliner: parts and service. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) 30 Second Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1G2 Telephone: 306-782-2408 Fax: 306-782-2044 Web site: www.cibc.com Offers wide range of investments; accounts available for everyone. Century 21 Broadway Park Realty 80 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0M6 Telephone: 306-782-2253 Fax: 306-786-6740 Email: email@example.com We are here for all your Real Estate needs! Whatever the neighborhood, our Realtors provide each client with a global reach and local expertise. Circle The Date Wedding and Event Planning Telephone: 306-621-9561 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.circlethedateplanning.com Circle the Date Wedding and Event Planning is proud to be a modern, sophisticated and affordable company for clients who are seeking a creative, fresh approach to wedding and event planning. I have coordinated and planned numerous large and small local and destination weddings, wedding and baby showers, banquets, galas and beyond and am proud to maintain excellent relationships with many of Saskatchewan’s wedding and event vendors. CORE Real Estate Inc. 5 Third Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1C1 Telephone: 306-621-9680 Fax: 306-782-3419 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.coreywerner.com Making real estate dreams a reality! Cornerstone Credit Union 64 Broadway St. E. Box 1210, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-783-9433 Fax: 306-783-0012 Web site: www.cornerstonecu.com People you know. Financial solutions you can
trust. Our aim is to help you achieve your financial goals by providing friendly, efficient and professional service that meets your needs. Crystal Clear Imprints 76 Seventh Ave. S., Yorkton, SK S3N 3V2 Telephone: 306-783-3322 Fax: 306-786-1833 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.crystalclearimprints.com Your Embroidery Headquarters. We supply and embroider caps, garments, such as Russell Athletics, Ash City, StormTech and more. We also specialize in promotional advertising products such as pens, watches, etc. Custom MicroSystems 106 Franklin Ave., Yorkton, SK S3N 1L9 Telephone: 306-782-1272 Fax: 306-782-0171 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.custom-microsystems.com D’s Signs and Designs 80 Smith St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0J4 Contact: Lawrence Wegner Telephone: 306-786-6644 Fax: 306-786-6644 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.dssigns.ca Sign making, screen printing and embroidery. Dusty’s Place Hair, Tan, and Esthetics Salon Suite 4, 84 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K9 Telephone: 306-783-0783 Full service hair salon and retail products offering a full line of esthetics services. Tanning facilities and retail products also available. Farrell Agencies Ltd. 131 Palliser Way, Yorkton, SK S3N 4C6 Telephone: 306-783-4477 Fax: 306-786-7577 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.farrellagencies.com General insurance broker and motor license issuer. Florissima, Flowers and Plants 8 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K3 Telephone: 306-783-4570 Fax: 306-783-4571 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org A new fresh concept of flowers and plants for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, funerals or just because. In Good Taste Box 111, Togo, SK S0A 4E0 Telephone: 306-597-4656 Email: email@example.com Catering and party tent rentals. One phone call takes care of a large portion of your event. Parkland College 200 Prystai Way, Yorkton, SK S3N 4G4 Telephone: 306-783-6566 Fax: 306-786-7866 Web site: www.parklandcollege.sk.ca We provide educational opportunities in the following areas: Basic education, adult secondary education, SIAST and technical training, university, computer training and personal internet classes. Parkland Printers 22 Fourth Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1A2 Telephone: 306-782-8211 Fax: 306-782-8564 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Print shop specializing in all your printing requirements providing a proficient service that ensures a quality product with a quick turn-a-round!! Royal Bank 78 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K4 Telephone: 306-786-3200 Fax: 306-786-7711 Web site: www.royalbank.com
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Saskatchewan Liquor Store 36 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0K4 Telephone: 306-786-1590 Fax: 306-786-1387 Hours of operation: Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, from noon to 5 p.m., and open most statutory hours. Sherring Gold 91 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 2W7 Telephone: 306-782-4653 Fax: 306-783-7464 Email: email@example.com Give Us A Ring. Fine jewelry manufacturers and repairs. Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbors (SIGN) Executive Director - Andrew Sedley 83 North St., Yorkton, SK S3N 0G9 & 345 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0N8 Telephone: 306-783-9409 Fax: 306-786-7116 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.sign-yorkton.org Facebook: signyorkton SIGN is a family and community service agency, which develops and delivers services to enhance the quality of life for individuals and groups in the Yorkton area. The Bentley 94 Russell Dr., Yorkton, SK S3N 3W2 Telephone: 306-782-5552 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.reveraliving.com “Change your address, not your life” An independent retirement community with great amenities and services tailored to the needs and preferences of each resident. Proudly serving the community for 15 years! The Coffee Bean Box 1161, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-621-4338 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Affordable print advertising, free publication. Uncommon Sense Business Solutions 57 Russell Dr., Yorkton, SK S3N 4B6 Telephone: 306-783-4574 Fax: 1-866-740-8379 toll free Email: email@example.com Web site: www.wehavecommonsense.solutions Practical marketing, administrative, governance and management solutions for businesses and organizations, including web development and effective use of social media. Unwind With Melissa 27 Second Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1G1 Telephone: 306-516-7278 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: unwindwithmelissa.com Holistic Health and Healing A variety of natural health services and products. Massage therapy, energy healing, infrared warm/regular yoga classes. Nutritional cleansing and essential oils. Workshops and retreats. Welcome Home Crafts and Gift Shop/ R&R Massage Therapy Clinic 113 Smith St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 0H8 Telephone: 306-782-7686 Fax: 306-782-7686 Email: email@example.com Yorkton Public Library 93 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0L9 Telephone: 306-783-3523 Fax: 306-782-5524 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Yorkton This Week 20 Third Ave. N., Box 1300, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-782-2465 Fax: 306-786-1898 Email: email@example.com
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Travel and Transportation Autohire Rent-A-Car 415 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z3 Telephone: 306-783-5252 www.keyautogroup.ca CAA Saskatchewan Travel 159 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3K6 Telephone: 306-783-6548 Fax: 306-782-1499 Where Dependability Is A Tradition. Full service travel agency, passport photos, travel accessories, international driver’s permits. Good Spirit Air Service Box 128, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Located at the Yorkton Airport Telephone: 306-786-3352 Fax: 306-786-3339 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.goodspiritair.com Making time fly your way. We provide safe and reliable charter air service to people travelling for business or recreation to destinations anywhere in Canada and soon to the U.S. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Haas Nissan 386 Broadway St. E., Box 1269, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Telephone: 306-783-9461 Fax: 306-782-2202 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.haasnissan.com Heartland Fuels - Petro Canada Highway 9, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6 Telephone: 306-306-782-5662 Kahkewistahaw Gas & Convenience Store 500 Broadway St. W., Yorkton, SK S3N 0P2 Telephone: 306-786-8832 Fax: 306-786-1895 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 24-hour full service PetroCanada gas and convenience store on First Nations land, owned by Kahkewistahaw First Nations. Marlin Travel 25 Broadway St. E., Yorkton, SK S3N 4C6 Telephone: 306-782-0503 Fax: 306-782-0506 Email: email@example.com Low, low prices everyday! Full service travel agency open 9-9 Monday - Friday, 9:30 5:30 Saturday and 11-5 Sunday for your convenience. Outta’ Here Travel 5 First Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 1J3 Telephone: 306-782-5955 Fax: 306-782-5965 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Destination weddings, vacation packages, airline tickets, hotels, cruises and holiday tours. Super C Esso 103 Gladstone Ave. N., Yorkton, SK S3N 2A6 Telephone: 306-782-6100 Service station and convenience store. Yorkton Dodge 24 Hamilton Road Box 5019, Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 Telephone: 306-783-9022 Fax: 306-786-7288 Saskatchewan’s largest Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealer. Voted Best Service and Parts Departments.
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Tourism Winter Fun It’s winter, but even though the city is full of snow with cold temperatures, don’t think for a minute that there isn’t anything for tourists to do in Yorkton. “Yorkton remains an active city even when the temperatures dip,” said Tourism Yorkton manager Randy Goulden. “There’s always something to do to enjoy even on the coldest of days.” What can visitors to Yorkton do to enjoy the winter months here? “You can start by enjoying the varied cuisine available in the city,” she said. “We’ve always had fine restaurants, but in recent years we have seen greater diversity in menus which is reflective of the growing ethnic diversity in the city. “Whether you’re looking for a good steak, great pub fare, pasta, or something a bit more adventurous like sushi, you will find it in Yorkton,” she said. Besides, you’ll want to have a hearty meal so you’re ready for the adventures the city has in store. “The Yorkton branch of the Western Developent Museum tells the story of immigration to Saskatchewan, and should be on every visitors’ to do list,” said Goulden. “The displays are great, and a video theatre really enhances the experience of learning about our province’s history.” The Yorkton WDM’s winter hours are: August to Dec. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Monday-Friday, 12:00 to 5:00 pm weekends, closed on statutory holidays. From January to March the hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, weekends and closed Mondays and statutory holidays. If art is more your speed the Godfrey Dean Gallery is the place to visit. “The Gallery is really a gem for a city our size,” said Goulden. “Shows often highlight artists noted across Canada, but there is also a dedication to showcase local art. It’s a great balance which provides some extraordinary shows.” The Gallery is open Monday to Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturday afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Closed on Sundays and public holidays. The Gallagher Centre is also a place to check out on any visit to the city. “The Access Communications Water Park is a tourist draw on its own,” said Goulden. “The water slide, wave pool and whirlpool are all favourites with swimmers.” For more info please call (306) 786-1740 or email email@example.com for hours of operation.
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The Gallagher Centre is also home to the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s defending champion Terriers and minor hockey teams across all age groups. “The curling rink hosts some great action over the winter too,” offered Goulden. And the Nexera Flexihall has a walking track for those wanting some exercise away from the snow, and often hosts trade shows and events. If you enjoy the outdoors in winter, Yorkton offers many options to get out with nature. “There is cross country skiing at Deer Park Golf Course, and families love Rodney Ridge as a place to toboggan,” said Goulden. The city is also the hub of an extensive snowmobile trail system which covers most of East Central Saskatchewan, and beyond. “Snowmobiling is a very popular winter activity, and the well kept trail system extends right into the city so riders have access to services such as restaurants, fuel and lodging,” said Goulden. Then to end the day there is usually music and entertainment to be found in the city. “The Yorkton Arts Council’s Stars for Saskatchewan offers a pretty diverse group of concerts each season,” said Goulden. There are always other festivals and events going on in the city, most listed in this booklet, or on the Tourism Yorkton website at http://www.tourismyorkton.com/
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The Gallagher Centre in Yorkton is a central gathering point for events throughout the fall and winter. When snow is blanketing the ground many look to the Access Communications Water Park for a place to relax and have fun. The Water Park features a two-story waterslide, a wave pool with zero depth beach entry, lazy river, hot tub, steam and sauna rooms and a 25-metre, five lane swimming pool. That means there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. An exciting aquatic climbing wall, which boasts one and a half stories of intense climbing for all ages, is another popular feature at the water park. Either side of the wall represents a different difficulty level and when the panels get re-arranged there are new challenges to be faced. The wall offers hours of fun for those who climb to the top – then fall into the deep water. The wall is open to the public during leisure swim times. For those looking for something less physical there are the water options, including just relaxing in hot tub, sauna and steam room. And the water park has a range of admission fees to fit all budgets, with special rates for large groups they also offer small ‘family sized’ group rates, provided 1 – 2 adults are a part of the group and new, and more affordable, monthly passes available, making it even more available for avid swimmers to visit. The Farrell Agencies Arena (FAA) is of course a focal point as the ice arena is the home of the Yorkton Figure Skating Club, Yorkton Terriers, Yorkton RawTec Maulers, and numerous minor hockey teams. In the case of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Terriers they are a perennially strong team having won backto-back league titles in 2013 and 2014, as well as winning the RBC Cup emblematic of a Canadian championship in 2014. The Terrier schedule can be found at www.yorktonterriers. com The FAA is Yorkton’s favourite ice arena for local recreational hockey groups and various private ice rentals. Free public skating is available at the Farrell Agencies Arena Sunday evenings, when no hockey games are scheduled. The Nexera Flexihall as a facility is most commonly used as a sports facility hosting track meets, walking track patrons, soccer and volleyball tournaments and tennis. The Nexera Flexihall is also a popular alternative for large functions such as grad, tradeshows, special events celebrations and concerts. The Nexera Flexihall is able to accommodate events up to 1200 people. For meetings the National Bank Convention Place is Yorkton’s Premier location for events ranging from a 15 person boardroom to a 300 person banquet. The Gallagher Centre also hosts a number of major community events throughout the year. Grain Millers Harvest Showdown runs Nov. 5-9, 2019, at the Farrell Agencies Arena and National Bank Convention Place and Outdoor Buildings. The Yorkton Gun and Hobby Show will take place Feb 29 & 30, 2020. Takes place in the Agripavillion. The show will feature everything from hunting rifles, to military weapons, to antique firearms and more. Those with an interest in firearms can also expect to see hand guns, a variety of ammunition, reloading equipment and even archery
supplies. The Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo, one of the premier outdoor shows in western Canada, is scheduled for April 4 & 5, 2020. Location is the Nexera Flexihall, Curling Rink and National Bank Convention Place. Over 100 exhibits from all walks of outdoor pursuits – from hunting and fishing, to trapping, hiking and camping – will delight those who attend this Yorkton event. Other events upcoming include: • Lions Winefest, Sept. 21, 2019, Nexera Flexihall • Remembrance Day Service, Mon., Nov. 11, 2019, Nexera Flexihall • Parkland College Career Fair, Nov. 14, 2019, Nexera Flexihall and National Bank Convention Place • Celebration of Malanka, Troyanda Dance Club, Jan. 11, 2020 • Grand Slam of Curling, Jan. 14 - 19, 2020, Farrell Agencies Arena • Celebration of Robbie Burns Event, Yorkton Scottish Society, Jan. 25, 2020, National Bank Convention Place • Snowarama, Feb. 8, 2020, Nexera Flexihall and Saskabilities • DR Auto RV Sales, Feb. 25-30, 2020, Nexera Flexihall • Children’s Trade Fair, March 13 & 14, 2020, Nexera Flexihall, Saskabilities • YTW Pow Wow, March 21 & 22, 2020, Nexera Flexihall, Yorkton Tribal Council • Spring Expo, April 10-12, 2020, Nexera Flexihall and Curling Hall, Yorkton Exhibition • Sprngers Gymnastics Provincials, May 8-10, 2020, Nexera Flexihall • Yorkton Fair, July 1-4, 2020, Exhibition Grounds and Grandstands, Curling Rink, Yorkton Exhibition. All events at the Gallagher Centre or throughout the city are listed on the events calendar at www.yorktonevents.com The Gallagher Centre kiosk also provides a range of services, including Ticketsplus (Terrier games and select events in Yorkton), and lottery retail sales. Information regarding all rentals at the Gallagher Centre including the FAA, Nexera Flexihall, National Bank Convention Place, and the Indoor Water Park is available through the Events Team @ 306-786-1740, or by visiting our website www.gallaghercentre.com
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Painted Hand Casino The Painted Hand Casino (PHC) is more than blackjack and gaming machines. The Casino is also one of the City’s premier entertainment night spots. With a large room now dedicated to hosting entertainment and other events, the PHC hosts top local, provincial and national performers. So if you are in Yorkton, and looking for something fun to do one evening, check out the PHC’s outstanding fall lineup of entertainment. You can also find more information at their website http://www.paintedhandcasino.ca/ PHC Entertainment October 19 — Don Burnstick — Don Burnstick is a Cree from the Alexander First Nation located outside of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His highly acclaimed comedy show “You Might be a Redskin - Healing through Native Humour”, is a comedic performance, that humorously portrays First Nations people, their habits, likes and dislikes. Tickets: $25.00. Doors: 8:00 p.m. Performance Starts: 9:00 p.m. October 25 — Halloween Party featuring Snake Oil: Ikons of Rock — It’s the classic rock music you love … and you can’t get enough of it. Portraying: Kiss, Def Leppard, Queen, Ozzy Osbourne, Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Alice Cooper, Van Halen, Twisted Sister, Poison, ACDC, Journey, The Scorpions and many more.... Tickets: $30.00. Doors: 8:00 p.m. Performance Starts: 10:30 p.m. November 15 — The Legend of George Jones featuring Duane Steele — Be part of a special tribute to the man
considered to be the greatest country singer of all time – George Jones. Duane Steele is among Canada’s top country recording artists and songwriters with a professional career dating back to 1984. Duane’s pure voice and authentic country sound make him the ideal artist to pay tribute to the legendary George Jones. Tickets: $45.00. Doors: 7:00 p.m. Showtime: 8:00 p.m. November 30 — Holiday Party with Canada’s foremost tribute to CCR – Green River Revival — If you’re searching for North America’s most authentic sounding Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute, look no further than Canada’s own Green River Revival. For an exciting show full of nostalgia, sing-a-longs, and a down right good old time, you don’t want to miss Green River Revival. Tickets: $50.00. Doors & Cocktails: 5:30 p.m. Dinner: 6:30 p.m. Performance Start: 8:30 p.m. December 21 — Holiday Party featuring Nice Horse — Nice Horse is what happens when four bold and brilliant women get together to raise a little hell — and play a little music at the same time. Tickets: $50.00. Doors & Cocktails: 5:30 p.m., Dinner: 6:30 p.m. Performance Start: 8:30 p.m. December 31 — Trooper — It goes like this: millions of records, a couple dozen hits, a Juno Award for Band of the Year and ongoing sold-out shows across Canada. Tickets: $55.00. Doors: 9:00 p.m. Performance Start: 11:00 p.m. January 10 — Malanka — Ukrainian New Year Celebration. An evening of Ukrainian food, dance & celebration! Tickets: $35.00. Doors: 5:30 p.m. Dinner: 6:30 p.m.
Yorkton Exhibition Association • Nov. 5 - 9 — Harvest Showdown — Farrell Agencies Arena and National Bank Convention Place and Outdoor Buildings • Mon. Nov. 11 — Remembrance Day Service — Nexera Flexi hall • Nov. 14 — Parkland College Career Fair — Nexera Flexihall and National Bank Convention Place • Jan. 11 — Celebration of Malanka — Troyanda Dance Club • Jan. 14 – 19 — Grand Slam of Curling — Farrell Agencies arena • Jan. 25 — Celebration of Robbie Burns Event — Yorkton Scottish Society, National Bank Convention Place • Feb. 8 — Snowarama — Nexera Flexihall, Saskabilities • Feb. 25 - March 1 — DR Auto RV Sales — Nexera
Flexihall • Feb. 29 & March 1 — Gun Show — Agripavillion, Yorkton Gun Club • March 13 & 14 — Children’s Trade Fair — Nexera Flexihall, Saskabilities • March 21 & 22 — YTC Pow Wow — Nexera Flexihall, Yorkton Tribal Council • April 4 & 5 — Parkland Outdoor Expo Show — Nexera Flexihall, Curling Rink, National Bank Convention Place • April 10 - 12 — Spring Expo — Nexera Flexihall and Curling Rink, Yorkton Exhibition • May 8 - 10 — Springers Gymnastics Provincials — Nexera Flexihall • July 1 - 4 — Yorkton Fair — Exhibition grounds and Grandstands, Curling Rink. Yorkton Exhibition
Tourism Yorkton When it comes to activities to attract people to Yorkton there always seems to be something new just on the horizon. And this year fans of bull riding will want to be at this year’s Grain Millers Harvest Showdown as the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Canada’s Touring Pro Division (TPD) will be making its inaugural stop in Yorkton. The Pro Division of PBR Canada regularly features Canada’s best bull riders along with top international athletes, squaring off against the rankest bucking bulls from the nation. The 2019 event in Yorkton will be on Friday, Nov. 8 and Saturday, Nov. 9, with action starting both nights at 7 p.m.
Tickets start at $28.50 and can be purchased via www.gallaghercentre.com/default.aspx?page=5000. All riders will attempt one bull each during Friday’s Round 1 and Saturday’s Round 2. Following the second round, the Top 10 will advance to the Championship Round for one more ride and a chance at the event title. In addition to competing for points towards the Canadian national standings, riders will also have the opportunity to earn world points in an effort to earn a berth onto the elite PBR: Unleash The Beast. The Yorkton event is the same calibre of bull riding being seen on TSN with the Monster Energy Tour.
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Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo
The 9th edition of the Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo (POSE) is set for 2020. Over the last eight years POSE has been become one of the premier outdoor events in Canada. The Parkland Outdoor show has been a “must see event” for the outdoor enthusiast. There is something to see for everyone who enjoys the outdoors. The event which launched in 2012, found immediate success because it highlights something many in the region are interested in. This year’s Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo will be held on Saturday, April 4th and Sunday, April 5th, at the Gallagher Center and Yorkton Curling Rink. There is also a special “Kick-Off Party” Friday, April 3rd.” The meet and greet gives exhibitors, speakers and the general public a chance to meet, network and share in a laid back setting. We are very happy to offer such an event,” said Darren Wandy Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo President. “In additional to over 100 exhibitors at the show and expo, first class celebrity speakers, our demo areas we also offer a 3-D archery shoot, live product demo area and a Banquet the Saturday evening of the event,” said Wandy. The Banquet is held Saturday, April 4th, at St. Mary’s Cultural Center. Tickets will be on sale starting in December, which makes a great Christmas gift. Entry into the Outdoor Show and Expo is $10.00 at the door per day per person. With your paid entry you are entered in for a chance of some awesome door prizes. The Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo is a non-profit organization. Money raised from the event goes to help raise money for youth archery and the hope of building a multi-purpose facility with the main focus being archery. Wandy states, “Our main focus is kids. To date The Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo has donated over $100,000 to youth archery programs and related outdoor related efforts.” Visit our website for speakers and speaker info and updated features that will be at our show. The Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo is a family, age, and gender friendly event! The goal of the Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo is to showcase something for everyone,
whether it is the archery, muzzle or rifle hunter, the trapper, the fishing enthusiast, or even those who just love the outdoors and its activities such as camping and hiking. For more information contact Darren Wandy at 306-5210429 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or www. parklandoutdoorshow.com
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Godfrey Dean Art Gallery Saturday Art Classes for Fall Two hours every week of creative self-expression and fun, enjoyable exploration of arts, craft and culture. 6 Saturdays September 21 to November 2, 2019 Morning class, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Afternoon class, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Ages 7 - 12 Godfrey Dean Art Galleryâ€™s very popular art classes for ages 7 to 12 are starting on September 21. With a warm and welcoming classroom format, and the same fun and educational activities, the gallery is happy to continue offering classes with our team of enthusiastic teachers and their young assistants. All the classes use drawing, painting, modelling clay, and a variety of crafts and learning activities suitable for artistic young minds at all levels of accomplishment. The emphasis is on creative self-expression and enjoyment while learning and exploring. Please note the age range is 7 to 12 to ensure that children have some formal classroom experience before coming into the program. Registration is $15 for 6 classes, including all art supplies and a healthy snack. New Fall Workshops Godfrey Dean Art Gallery is also developing new workshops and classes including photography and an introduction to Tai Chi. Details will be announced at www. deangallery.ca and on Facebook.com/godfreydeanartgallery. The gallery is also planning painting classes and workshops in 2020. Call (306) 786-2992 to ask about details or for any other information.
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Free My Muse
Free My Muse Theatre Company offers Acting, Collective Creation, Improvisation, Character Development, Monologues, Ensemble Performance and Man Drama, where confidence and artistic expression are encouraged in a safe, structured and colourful environment. Classes available in Yorkton, Melville & Langenburg! Registration is open until October 11th. “Showcases of Monologues and Duologues” — December, 2019. Matinee: 2:00 p.m.; evening 7:00 p.m. (not the same shows). Yorkton Land Titles Building. Tickets only at the door: Adults $14, Students/Seniors $10, Children 5 and under Free. “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” — 29th Yorkton Youth Play Production Adaptation, created by the Directors with the Cast. December, 2019, Sacred Heart Theatre,
Yorkton. Matinee: 2:00 p.m., evening 7:00 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes before each performance. Tickets at SherRing Gold Jewellers and Sherring Optical. Adults $15, Students/ Seniors $12, Children 5 and under Free. All tickets at the door $15. “Yorkton Mainstage Production” — 29th Yorkton Mainstage Production, created by the Director with the Cast. January, 2020, Sacred Heart Theatre, Yorkton. 7:00 p.m., doors open 30 minutes before each performance. Tickets at SherRing Gold Jewellers and Sherring Optical. Adults $17, Students/ Seniors $15, Children 5 and under Free. All tickets at the door $18. WWW.freemymusetheatre.com for details! Phone: 306 782 6873 Email: email@example.com
Yorkton Farm Toy and Collectors Show One of the largest shows of its kind in Western Canada, the Yorkton Farm Toy and Collectors Show is a collector’s paradise. Slated for its 35th year, the show will take place February 8 & 9, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at St. Mary’s Cultural Centre, 240 Wellington Avenue, Yorkton. Admission is $5 per day for those 10 years of age and over. Those with an interest in collectibles and antiques will
not want to miss this show. It’s a great display of toys, farm scenes, hot rods and antiques. There will be a wide variety of vendors on location as well. There will also be a pedal tractor raffle which tickets are only going to be sold at the show with all proceeds going to charity. For further details contact Jeremy and Kim Mehrer at 306-742-4772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper Bag Players The paper Bag Players is a highly energetic community theatre group giving freely of their time and talent, to share their passion for live theatre with Yorkton and the surrounding communities. Paper Bag Players perform 2-3 productions per year in and around Yorkton. They are proud members of Theatre Saskatchewan and participate in the provincial festivals
Santa Parade “Everyone Loves a Parade,” and this year Yorkton’s 22nd Annual Santa Claus Parade will be held on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019. The parade will commence at 5:30 p.m., starting from 7th Avenue and proceed down Broadway to Laurier Avenue. This is the fourth year that the Yorkton Business Improvement District has organized this Volunteer run community event. The day is loaded with various family focused events such as a community sponsored Breakfast with Santa, A community family bowling event, Letter’s for Santa event, a Christmas Choral Concert, Reading with Santa event - and others. Any business or group in Yorkton or the surrounding area may put in a float; and we welcome any volunteers that wish to help with the parade. For more information about this community event, or if your business is interested in hosting and sponsoring a Parade day event – please contact the YBID office at 306-621-3227 or email email@example.com
when they are able. Paper Bag Players have been entertaining in Yorkton for 35 years and welcome new members at any time. They invite you to attend monthly meetings to hear more. They welcome anyone interested in directing, acting, tech or set building - experience appreciated, but willing to “train”. Come and meet new lifelong friends. For more information please visit our website at www. paperbagplayers.com. You can also drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook as Yorkton Paper Bag Players.
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Join us in Yorkton on Feb. 8, 2020, to support the 43rd Annual Easter Seals Snowarama. Yorkton’s largest snowmobile event raises money for Easter Seals Saskatchewan. Deana Jesmer, Community Relations Coordinator with SaskAbilities in Yorkton noted, “Over $2.5 million dollars has been raised for children experiencing disability in the province … “Participants and riders travel from all of the Prairie Provinces and as far as B.C. to attend Snowarama and help send kids to Camp Easter Seal. In 2019 we will celebrate the 42nd Anniversary of Snowarama!! We are so grateful for the countless people that have contributed to Snowarama’s long running success!” The funds raised support: •Camp Easter Seal; a fully wheelchair accessible summer camp •Summer Fun Program; an urban day camp focused on recreational and leisure activities in the community for children with disabilities •Adaptive Technology Services; computers and technology are used to minimize the impact of having a disability. Riders have their choice of two loops on beautifully groomed trails and receive complimentary meals, fuel for their sleds, and a chance to win a brand new snowmobile. Yorkton’s snowmobile friendly trail system means you can access city amenities right from your sled. Jesmer said it is the participants who make the event a success. “The community involvement and continued support have made Snowarama the long term success that it is,” she said. “Many of the riders participated in the very first Snowarama and
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have great stories to share. “The Snowarama committee is also a dedicated group and many have been involved since the first event in 1977. And of course the group of dedicated riders that attend each year, regardless of the snow conditions, they raise funds and make a difference to children experiencing.” Call 1-833-444-4126 for more information or online at www.snowarama.ca Upcoming Events: • November 1 - 3, 2019: Sask Snow Show • November 15 & 16: 2019-2020 Snowarama Kick Off Event • November 16, 2019: Snowarama Sled Raffle Draw, Back Forty Brewery • February 8, 2020: 43rd Annual Easter Seals Snowarama
Walking Opportunities There might be a blanket of snow on the ground, but that can enhance the experience of exploring the city via a walking tour. The city is connected to the country’s longest recreational trail – The Trans Canada Trail. A newly erected pavilion serves as a lasting landmark at Logan Green Park to mark the accomplishment and visitors are welcome to stop by to view the names of local area donors who helped make the trail possible. An 18,000-kilometre recreational corridor winding its way through every province and territory – the Trans
Canada Trail links over 800 communities along its route. Walking is “… a really great way to see the area, to enjoy what we have to offer and to get some physical activity at the same time,” points out Randy Goulden, manager of Tourism Yorkton. But there are also options which focus on the rich culture of the city, including a walking tour of the city’s downtown area to view some of the historic sites, and another which highlights outdoor art. Visit www.tourismyorkton.com or stop by the Tourism office for additional walking trail opportunities.
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Western Development Museum
The Western Development Museum (WDM) in Yorkton is one of four locations showcasing the social and economic history of Saskatchewan. Surround yourself with the colours, the textures, the hope and the love that came from all over the world to build this province. See the struggles and feel the joys in the simple things of life for people creating new beginnings. A glimpse of life over the past century is displayed on a timeline exhibit that highlights the province’s history, innovation and achievement. Featured outdoors is an extensive agricultural lineup of vintage steam and gas engines, plows and harvesting equipment. Museum Opening Dates and hours subject to change; call ahead for the most recent opening schedule. September - April Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed statutory holidays October through April Closed Mondays, January through March Celebrate Christmas Past — Early settler Christmas program open to preschool and elementary school groups. Advance booking required. November 25 to December 6, 2019. Heritage Day — Celebration of Heritage Day and its theme as proclaimed by
Heritage Canada The National Trust. February 16, 2020, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Western Development Museum. The Art of Hygge — Hygge is a Danish word encompassing the feeling of cozy contentment and well-being. Join us for hands-on Scandinavian themed crafts, activities and refreshments. March 7, 2020, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Western Development Museum.
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Parkland Dance Festival
Parkland Dance Festival is a locally held dance competition attracting talented dancers from all over Saskatchewan and western Manitoba. We are currently going into our 15th year of operation, and are proud to be able to showcase a high quality dance competition with dancers performing in jazz, tap, ballet, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary disciplines. Dancers compete for thousands of dollars in awards, as well as valuable scholarships thanks to the continued support of our local community members. Our competition is usually held in April (please check our website after October 1st for a scheduled date) Our Parkland Dance Festival takes place at the Anne Portnuff Theatre at the Yorkton Regional High School. Day passes and weekend passes will be available for purchase at the door. Please contact Laura McInnes at 306-621-5588 or email email@example.com for more information.
Access Communications Water Park The Access Communications Water Park is a rare oasis for visitors to enjoy. Located at Yorkton’s west end along Broadway Street it features a two-storey waterslide, a wave pool with zero depth beach entry, lazy river, hot tub, steam and sauna rooms and a 25-metre, five lane swimming pool. An exciting aquatic climbing wall boasts one and a half stories of intense climbing for all ages. The wall offers hours of fun for those who climb to the top – then fall into the deep water. What other fitness regime
can offer this much fun? The wall is open to the public during leisure swim times. There are a range of admission fees to fit all budgets. With monthly special events and extended leisure swim times on civic holidays it’s a great place to spend time with family on a visit to Yorkton or when just stopping through – all you need is a swim suit and a sense of adventure. More information can be obtained by calling 786-1740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Yorkton Music Festival
The Yorkton Music Festival Association is a classical music festival associated with the Saskatchewan Music Festival Association. The Yorkton Music Festival is run by a dedicated number of volunteers who are committed to nurturing music in our community. Competition disciplines include piano, vocal, musical theatre, band, choral, strings and speech arts. Yorkton Music Festival Dates for 2020:
Piano - March 9-13: St. Andrew’s United Church Band - March 16-18: YRHS Band Wing and Anne Portnuff Theatre Vocal/Choral: March 19-21: St. Andrew’s United Church Hi-Lites - March 22: St. Andrew’s United Church For further in formation check out our website at yorktonmusicfestival.ca or call Jeanne Fetsch 306-782-2577 or Lenore Denbrok 306-744-2273.
Yorkton Gun Show The annual Yorkton Gun Show will take place Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 29 & March 1, 2020 at the Agri-Pavillion (Gallagher Centre). The show will feature everything from hunting rifles, to military weapons, to antique firearms and more. Those with an interest in firearms can also expect to see hand guns, a variety of ammunition, reloading equipment and even archery supplies. There will be tables highlighting coins, stamps, plates, toys, collectibles and a variety of one-of-akind items designed by area craft people. For more information contact Eugene Duchnitski at 306-783-6025 (evenings) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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BUY TICKETS NOW BEFORE WE SELL OUT! CALL 306-786-1740 or www.gallaghercentre.com 2019 Grain Millers Harvest Showdown November 6th – 9th, 2019 Come on down to the Gallagher Centre & check out all the events! Chore Team Competition
Exotic animal sale
Stock Dog Competition
Futurity Heifer show
Commercial Cattle Show & Sale
Country Craft/Trade Show Commercial Grain Show Forage Show Pedigreed Seed Show
Ranch Rodeo Thirsty Thursday – Prairie Oyster Friday Night Cabaret
Saturday Night Cabaret F4 Forum (Farm, Fitness & Finances – Finding a Balance)
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