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We invite you on a SAFARI at this year’s South African Market! Join us on the 27th of July 2024 and experience our vibrant & diverse heritage and culture through our music, arts & crafts, food and activities!

You can look forward to exciting & improved SOUTH AFRICAN food/lunch options, tea garden, tradtional games, mini rugby, bouncy castles, curated baking, treats, deli products, groceries, music and unique arts & crafts! This is an ideal family outing and everyone is welcome!

Our Facebook page South African Market SK will keep you updated on news and tidbits on the market.

A local and global Indigenous performance festival with a multi cultural presence. An experiment of ceremony, language and performance within an Indigenous community.

Online Conference – May 22 – 23rd, Hosted by the Saskatchewan Open Door Society

THREADS is a two-day cross-cultural online conference that offers employers, teachers, students, and people from all walks of life the tools to cultivate a more inclusive environment in Canada and across the world. The worldviews of participants are expanded through meaningful dialogues and exchanges.

Registration: https://www.sods.sk.ca/events/threads-cultural-conversations/registration

Overview. Red Dress Day honours the memories of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada. Métis artist Jaime Black helped inspire the red dress movement, where red dresses are hung from windows and trees to represent the pain and loss felt by loved ones and survivors.

RDD Poster

Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc & the Saskatoon Nutana Rotary Club – Get ready to immerse yourself in a vibrant celebration of African culture and heritage at our upcoming African Heritage Night Fundraiser on May 3rd, 2024, 6pm at the Bishop Legatt Hall, 123 Nelson Road Saskatoon! This event promises to be a night to remember, filled with music, dance, delicious food and many more from around the African continent.


Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild to celebrate the 2024 City of Regina Writing Award on Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 pm at Wascana Place (2900 Wascana Drive). The Award show will honour winner Iryn Tushabe and runners-up Ryshia Kennie and Elaine McArthur and will feature readings by all three writers.

Iryn Tushabe is a Ugandan-Canadian writer whose creative nonfiction and short fiction has been published in numerous publications. Her debut novel, Everything is Fine Here, is forthcoming with House of Anansi Press in Winter 2025. She won the $4500 prize for her project “Saved”, a collection of creative nonfiction essays the jury praised for their “fresh approach, polish and power”.

The event will also honour runners up Ryshia Kennie for her novel “Broken” and Elaine McArthur for her Young Adult novel “Akicita”. This is a free event open to the public; all are welcome. Reception with entertainment and cash bar to follow the program.

Registration : https://skwriter.com/events-and-workshops/2024-city-of-regina-writing-award-ceremony

Enjoy delicious food and beverages, dance performances by German and Austrian Schuhplattler groups from across Western Canada, and live music by Prairie Stardust.

Saturday May 18th Cocktails 5:30 | Dinner 6:30 | Performances 8:00 | Dance 9:00 // Saskatoon Western Development Museum //

To purchase tickets email co*******************@gm***.com

hosted by the Regina Multicultural Council – May 30 – June 1 at various venues throughout Regina. // Mosaic began in 1967 with a one-day event. Since then, Mosaic has expanded to a three-day event showcasing anywhere from 17-22 pavilions – More Details: https://www.reginamosaic.ca/