Beaver Creek
Conservation Area
402 – 3rd Ave. So., Saskatoon SK S7K 3G5
Phone 374-2474
Conservation area is located 13 km South of Saskatoon on Highway 219 (Lorne Avenue) Hiking trails – displays and programs in the Nature Centre. Closed November and December.
c/o Western Development Museum, P.O.Box 1910, Saskatoon SK S7K 3S5
Phone 931-1910 fax 934-0525
Provides guides, assists with some operations and demonstrations of the Western Development Museum. Contact Harry Giles 242-6828
Diefenbaker Centre Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker Centre, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon SK S7N 0W0 966-8384
Museum and archives of John G. Diefenbaker. Travelling exhibits and educational programming.
Doors Open Saskatoon kimali@onpurpose.ca This weekend event offers the chance to peek behind doors and into spaces not normally open to the public. Many participating buildings provide guided tours, special exhibits, displays or performances.
Friends of the
Forestry Farm
House Inc.
For inquiries or further information please call (306) 249-1315 Committed to creating an atmosphere in which Saskatoon residents and visitors can discover the past, while also enjoying the peace and tranquility the house and grounds have to offer.
Gustin/Trounce Heritage Committee Inc. Gustin House
c/o 47 Pony Trail, Riverside Estates
Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A4
Phone 373-1451 or 373-9103
Website: www.gustinhouse.ca
The Committee preserves and celebrates the legacy of Lyell Gustin the distinguished musician (1895-1988) and preserves two heritage-designated buildings, Gustin House and Trounce House, 512 Tenth Street.
Heritage Festival
of Saskatoon
P.O. Box 384, Saskatoon SK S7K 3L3 665-6888 (MVA) Focus group on heritage matters. Facilitates an annual festival to celebrate our heritage.
Marr Residence Website
Meewasin Valley
402 3rd Avenue South Saskatoon SK S7K 3G5
Phone 665-6888
Weekdays 9 – 5 – Weekends and holidays 10:30 – 5
Admission is free.
Midland Historical
Volunteers Inc.
 510 Cynthia Street, Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7
Call (306)374-6609 for more information.
Through drill demonstrations, static displays and educational discussions, this non-profit group showcases the uniqueness of Canadian military history. Volunteers who enjoy military history are welcome.
Municipal Heritage
Advisory Committee
c/o Marlene Hall, Secretary, City Clerk’s Office, City of Saskatoon, Saskatoon SK S7K 0J5
Heritage Conservation Program Website
City of Saskatoon Archives Website
Advises City Council on matters concerning the Heritage Property Act or the regulation under the act.
Thresherman’s Club
Western Development Museum, 2610 Lorne Avenue South, Saskatoon SK S7J 0S6 931-1910 Operates and restores equipment. The club is a volunteer organization and is a show arm of the WDM and Pioneer Days.
Saskatoon Cemetery
History Association
Website The Saskatoon Cemetery History Association was formed in 1996 to help preserve the history of the cemeteries in and around Saskatoon, and to try to provide information regarding Saskatoon’s burial grounds.
Saskatoon History
Terry Hoknes
www.SaskatoonHistory.com  hoknes@hotmail.com (306) 270-9387 Over 90,000 articles relating to Saskatoon and area history dating back to 1880s covering completely history of documented and indexed newspaper articles, High school yearbook photographs, city photo’s, Saskatoon history books, Obituaries. All topics covered from politics, music, crime, businesses, schools, hospitals, accidents, students, events, concerts, tragedies, etc.
Saskatoon Muzzle
Loading Club Inc.
P.O. BOX 643, Saskatoon SK S7K 3L7 373-4481 966-7835 Encourages the collection, preservation and study of firearms of all types. Encourages the safe and proper handling and use of firearms. Use muzzle loaders (antique or replica), wear period costume and have fun.
Nature Society
Box 448, RPO University Saskatoon SK S7N 4J8 (306) 665-1915 The Saskatoon Nature Society (formerly the Saskatchewan Natural History Society) is a charitable organization founded in 1955. It brings together those interested in the natural world.
Cosmopolitan Seniors Centre,
614 11th Street East,
Saskatoon, S7N 0G3.
Phone: 652-9766
A social group for long term Saskatoon and Saskatchewan residents. Responsible for the upkeep of the Exhibition Log Cabin.  For seniors 60 and over. Membership $5. Meetings are held third Saturday of the month. Lunch is followed by entertainment.
Public Library
– Local History Room
311 – 3rd Street East, Saskatoon SK S7K 0J6 975-7558 FAX 975-7542
The Local History Room has an extensive collection of photographs, clippings and other materials about Saskatoon.
University of
Saskatchewan Archives
301 Murray Building 3 Campus Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A4 Phone: (306) 966-6027 or 966-6028
Maintains and makes accessible historical materials relating to the University of Saskatchewan and its faculty, staff and alumni.
Heritage Park
R.R.#4 Saskatoon SK S7K 3J7 931-6767 FAX 931-4522 Location – 3 kilometres North of Saskatoon (Warman Road)
Visitor Centre, Nature trails through the valley, Buffalo jumps, tipi rings.Wanuskewin provides an insight and interpretation of the culture of the Northern Plains Indians.
Western Canadian
Blacksmiths Guild Inc.,
Saskatoon Chapter
Box 1910, Saskatoon SK S7K 3S5 934-1400 931-1910 (daytime) 931-0813 242-9570 (evenings) Location: Western Development Museum. Preserving the craft of the Blacksmith. Demonstrations, workshops and courses are available to members.
2610 Lorne Avenue, Saskatoon SK S7K 0S6 931-1910 FAX 934-0525
Featuring 1910 Boom Town – a street typical of an early 1900’s Saskatchewan village. Boomtown cafe (licensed), Automobile and farm machinery displays, gift shop. Agricultural Hall of Fame.


Society of



Doukhobor Cultural Society, 302 – 3130 Louise Street, Saskatoon. SK S7J 3L8 The Society invites visitors to attend choral practice on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm at 525 Ave I South. For more information on events, or to learn more about the Society, call (306)477-1124 or (306)283-4770
Heritage Saskatchewan Website
#1-1730 Quebec Ave.
Saskatoon, SK CANADA S7K 1V9
Ph: (306) 664-4124
Fax: (306) 665-1928
The society promotes and encourages the study, preservation and proper use of the archaeological resources of Saskatchewan.
Heritage Society of Saskatchewan
214 – 1808 Smith St., Regina, SK  S4P 2N4  359-0933 FAX 359-3899  Emailsahs@sasktel.net
Promotes the conservation, restoration and revitalization of Saskatchewan’s built heritage through responsible resource management of the community assets.
Saskatoon Office
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon SK S7N 0W0 933-5832 FAX 933-5833
Acquisition, archiving and referencing of historical documents relating to Saskatchewan and the former North-West Territories.
P.O.Box 1372 Saskatoon SK S7K 3N9 665-1915
WebsiteVisit the resource centre at 103-219 22nd Street East
We all depend on the environment. Join us in working toward… …..making it last …..using it wisely …..keeping it healthy …..keeping it beautiful.
– Saskatoon Branch
Box 5, 610 Clarence Ave. S, Saskatoon SK S7H 2E2 384-8813Saskatoon Branch Website

Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Website

Encourages and develops preservation of cultural and family heritage. Assists members to learn how to research.
Saskatchewan History
& Folklore Society
1860 Lorne Street, Regina, SK S4P 2L7 The Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society is dedicated to encouraging and promoting interest in the history and folklore of Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Indian
Culture Centre
205 – 103B Packham Avenue, Saskatoon SK S7N 4K4 244-1146 FAX 665-6520
Programs include: Language and cultural development; audio-visual services; library and information services; Elder’s program.
824 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon SK S7N 1B6 664-1992 FAX 933-4346
Bringing together Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals and organizations who are planning activities to highlight 500 years of Indigenous resistance and survival.
Association Inc.
Box 19, Site 302, RR#3, Saskatoon SK S7K 3J6 382-9855Location: Highway 60 and C.N.R. tracks – Hawker Siding. Collects, preserves, restores, exhibits, studies and interprets Canadian railway equipment and artifacts. Members operate the Saskatchewan Railway Museum.
Saskatchewan Registry of Heritage Properties Website
Culture, Youth
and Recreation
Saskatoon Office, 122 – 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon SK S7K 2H6 933-5740
Improving the quality of life for Saskatchewan residents by supporting sport, culture, recreation and community development, and by conserving our heritage.
Society for
Creative Anachronism
501 Avenue L North, Saskatoon SK S7L 2P8


Canada’s Historic Places Website
The Heritage
Canada Foundation
Heritage Canada 5 Blackburn Avenue Ottawa, ON K1N 8A2
Phone: (613) 237-1066 Fax: (613) 237-5987
This website provides an extensive list of local, national, and international heritage websites.
Parks Canada National Historic Sites and Related Links Website
Unesco Website UNESCO is responsible for coordinating international cooperation in education, science, culture and communication.