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What's On
  • "The Beatty Trek"
  • * Introduction to Photography Classes with Geoff Payton of Northern Image Photography *
  • ***Buddy Wassisname and the Other Fellers***perform at the EA Rawlinson
  • ***Land of Livng Skies*** - works by Estelle Dows
  • **Running With The North Wind: Dog Powered Adventures in Northern Saskatchewan: Photography by Miriam Korner**
  • Begginer Pottery
  • Little Chefs Cooking Class at the PA Arts Centre
  • NESS CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL : Early Bird Tickets on Sale March 1,2007; Advance Tickets on Sale May 16,2007
  • Northern Lights Casino presents "Gary Martin"
  • PA WINTER FESTIVAL Juried Art Show& Festival Exhibits : Art Gallery Of Prince Albert/EA Rawlinson Centre
  • Pottery on the Wheel
  • Pottery on the Wheel
  • Prince Albert Kiwanis Music Festival Competition * Vocals * & *Strings *
  • VIDEO CHALLENGE: A Call out to Youth accross Canada to Raise your Voices on Global Issues
  • W.R.A.P. Contest with MBC Radio - Deadline is MARCH 31,2008
  • Watercolour Exhibit by Gayle Mascho
  • Working with Watercolours Workshop

    Prince Albert's record high temperature is 38.8 degrees C (102 degrees F).

    ART Galleries  |  Art Programs/Performing Arts  |  Casino  |  Heritage, Historic & Protected Sites  |  Movie Theatre  |  Museums  |  PA Libraries  |  Studios/Artists

    Attractions Back to Top

    Road Side Attraction: Wheat Stalks
    Phone : 306-953-4385
    Address : south entrance to the city.
    Just before entrance to Prince Albert & District Tourism, our Visitor Centre, and home to this web site. Open Year Round.
    Details :

    Take your picture at the Giant wheat stalks sculpture, as you enter our 'forest and lakelands city'.
    Stop at the Tourism Centre for you free guides and area souvenirs.
    We are also home to the offices of the Sask Outfitters Assoc. and in the Summer the two museums on site are open.
    P.S. Anyone with information about the Wheat stalk sculpture (who is the artist, when was it done, what material used, etc. please send info to pa tourism at: - thank you)

    ART Galleries Back to Top

    Amy's on Second
    Phone : (306)763-1515
    Address : 2990 2nd Avenue West
    Details :

    Amy's on Second Restaurant, Cappuccino Bar, and Art Gallery is truly an elegant place to dine or to stop for coffee and dessert. While relaxing in an inviting atmosphere take in the art that is displayed on the walls and let yourself be swept away by the aromas of the restaurant and the beauty of the art.

    Phone : 306-763-7080
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : 142-12th street West.
    Housed in the E.A. Rawlinson Centre.
    Assisted by: Canada Arts Council, PA Arts Board,City of Prince Albert,Sask Arts Board,Sask Culture, Sask Lotteries.
    Call for Membership Information.
    Details :

    mission "bridging art and community through excellence in art" Visit often for artist receptions and new shows.
    Main Gallery Show; Fringe Gallery
    Show;Prince Albert's Permanent Collection.*The Gallery holds exhibits of contemporary Canadian art by regional and national artists, exploring a wide range of media and artistic practices. They also have a lecture and workshop program. Open 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. seven days a week.

    *Visit the web site to see 'what's on'. *

    Prince Albert Arts Centre (Canadian Historic Site)
    Phone : (306) 953-4811
    Web :
    Address : 1010 Central Avenue.
    Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
    Details :

    Located in Prince Albert's Original Town Hall and Opera House, the Prince Albert Arts Centre is a facility that offers a variety of arts, crafts, and creative opportunities for all members and visitors in the community. Weekend workshops and weekly classes are available. The Foyer Gallery is located on the second floor and features local and regional art exhibitions. Open Monday to Thursday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am - 5 pm, Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm, and Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Summer hours vary from the rest of the year and are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Thursday 9:00 - 9:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday hours are the same all year round.

    The Grace Campbell Art Gallery
    Phone : (306) 764-8496
    Web :
    Address : 125 - 12th Street East
    Located in the John M. Cuelenaere Public Library.
    Details :

    The gallery features monthly exhibitions of local, provincial, and national work. Open Monday 12:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Tuesday to Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (excluding July and August).

    The Red Door Gallery/ The Bison Cafe
    Phone : 306-922-6028
    Web :
    Address : 1210 Central Avenue, Prince Albert
    in Historic Downtown PA.
    Details :

    The Red Door Gallery is located in the Bison Cafe on Central Avenue. Come visit Paul, Verena, and Laura Moser for a great cup of coffee & dessert, then take a stroll through the Red Door Gallery to view some exsquisite works of art. With Duke Ellington and other easy listening music playing in the background, the atmosphere at the Gallery is truly relaxing. Appreciate the comfortable seating and enjoy one of the simple pleasures of life.

    Art Programs/Performing Arts Back to Top

    Art Gallery Of Prince Albert: ART ADVENTURE TOURS
    Phone : Sarah Doherty at: (306) 763-7080
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : EA Rawlinson Centre: ART GALLERY OF PA - 142-12th Str. West, Prince Albert
    (Art Adventure Tours
    Expected to begin again June, 2008)
    Arrangements may be available off season.
    please call to discuss.
    Details :

    * Since the current exhibitions in the main gallery include a number of collaborative works, students/participants will create their own collaborative work.
    FEES FOR ADVENTURE TOURS: $1 per student (minumum $15 fee per group); includes Guided Art Gallery Tour & Discussion, Hands on Activity which realtes to the Exhibition, and pre and post Activity Guide.
    Note: 24 hours notice of cancellation is required or an adminstration fee will be levied.
    Please contact our Educator (Sarah), or visit our web site for more information on tours and upcoming exhibitions.

    E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts
    Phone : (306) 765-1270 or 1-866-700-ARTS
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : 142-12th Street West. Located at the base of the Diefenbaker Bridge.
    Details :

    The E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Performing Arts is Prince Albert's most popular visual and performing arts facility.The centre offers a six hundred seat theatre which continues to showcase a world class mix of local, national, and international talents.
    *Check the Rawlinson centre web site for more on whose performing this season...

    Elks Theatre - Shellbrook
    Phone : (306) 747-2328
    Address : Located on 1st Avenue East.
    Shellbrook, SK
    Details :

    Located on 1st Avenue East, the Elk's Theatre is in the process of being renovated. Some of the repairs to be done include installing new lighting, bathrooms, and sound equipment. Once repairs and renovations are complete the theatre will be used for live theatre, bands, country music shows, and dinner theatres in conjunction with the Elk's Hall.

    ODYSSEY Productions & Performing Arts Programs
    Phone : Phone: (306) 922-ACTS (2287)
    Email :
    Web :
    Details :

    Odyssey Productions Inc. is a semi-professional community theatre organization dedicated to the promotion and development of amateur theatre.

    Using a quality dinner theatre setting for the enjoyment and entertainment of its patrons, Odyssey undertakes a series of three stage plays each year from November through April.

    Located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Odyssey strives to increase the number of people pursuing excellence in the preparation and performance of theatrical productions. Its desire is to ensure that dinner theatre remains enjoyable and accessible to all residents of the community.
    *Becoming a Member:
    If you are interested in acting, technical stage production, volunteering, becoming a member, or sponsor of Odyssey Productions Inc. please contact at the numbers listed here... "Watch for stage productions on PA & District Tourism's Events Pages"

    Prince Albert Community Players
    Phone : (306) 763-2002
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : Hwy #3 West, Prince Albert
    Details :

    Thaetrical Agency, showcasing local talent in several shows and occassionally dinner theatre.
    Call for more detail, or e mail for upcoming shows.
    "Saskatchewan Community Theatre Inc. (SCTI) is the umbrella organization that strives to keep "community alive and well in the provincial theatre scene. We represent 85 member groups who in turn involve nearly five thousand people in local production each year. Dinner theatres and productions staged by our membership generate more than a million dollars annually in this province. Because our groups are non-profit, much of the money they raise goes right back into their own communities. Their efforts may result in a playground for local children, equipment for a hospital or help with a food bank drive."

    Shell Lake's Patchwork Players Dinner Theatre Group
    Phone : contact Carol at 427-2040.
    Web :
    Address : Shell Lake, Saskatchewan
    89 KM West of Prince Albert on Hwy 3
    Details :

    Members of the Saskatchewan Theatre Groups, the Shell Lake Players have provided great fun and quality dinner theatre productions. Contact the stage manager or check the Town of Shell Lake's web site for dates of upcoming productions!

    ShortStuff Productions
    Phone : (306) 922-7489
    Web :
    Address : Prince Albert, Sasktchewan
    Details :

    ShortStuff Production is responsible for several popular and exciting shows. Production contacts: Joan & Desmond Short.
    Recent successful shows include: Steel Magnolias,Jesus Christ Superstar, Baba & Gido's 50th Wedding Anniversary, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Shakespeare in the Park, which this year Short Stuff expects to take on the road.(Call if you would like to book your town site for Shakespeare or another production)*Phone or visit the web site for photo gallery of past productions and for the upcoming season."Also listed on the PA & District Tourism Events pages".

    Casino Back to Top

    The Northern Lights Casino
    Phone : (306) 764-4777 main line. For Entertainment call: 1-888-604-7711
    Web :
    Address : 44 Marquis Road West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
    Details :

    Try your luck at the variety of gaming tables and over 400 slot machines. Live Entertainment is offered in the Starlight Lounge.
    A full Service Restaurant, the 'North Star'.
    Stay and Play packages.
    Try out the "Smoke Signals Progressive" slot machine; join the Player's Club, regular poker tournaments, and international artists performing on the main stage. Call the entertainment hotline above to find out who is performing. "The excitement never ends".

    Heritage, Historic & Protected Sites Back to Top

    Batoche National Historic Site
    Phone : (306) 423-6227
    Web :
    Address : Located 76 km South of Prince Albert.
    Details :

    Batoche National Historic site displays the remains of the village. Site of the last Battlefield of the 1885 RIEL REBELLION (between the Metis, some First Nations and General Middletons Forces). Here, on the banks of the S. Saskatchewan River Luois Riel chose Batoche as headquarters for the "Provisional Government of Saskatchewan".This Canadian Heritage site shows the lifestyle of the Metis from 1860+. Visitors may also see an award winning multi-media show in the Visitors Centre.

    Blockhouse from the 1885 Rebellion & First Presbyterian Church/School
    Phone : (306) 764-2992
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : 22nd Street and 1st Avenue West. Located in Kinsmen Park, Prince Albert
    Details :

    The Blockhouse,Located in Kinsmen Park,was constructed as a stable for local lawyer Maclise. It was refurbished as a blockhouse during the 1885 Resistance, and later housed poultry at the first fair of the Lorne Agricultural Society.
    * The First Presbyterian Church/School: also located in Kismen Park. This church/school was one of the first buildings built in Prince Albert by founder of the old settlement Rev. James Nisbet.
    (Exterior viewing only)* Kinsmen park also provides picnic sites, a playground at one end of the park, walking trails, sport field , and the Kinsmen Water park at the South end of the Park.

    FORT CARLTON: Major Fur Trade Fort on North Sk River
    Phone : (306) 467-5205
    Web :
    Address : South of Prince Albert to the town of Duck lake on Hwy 11, turn West to Fort Carlton on Hwy 212.
    (Approximately 40 minutes)
    Details :

    Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park "takes you back in time to the rugged, adventurous days of the fur trade when Canada was not yet a country. This is the original site of a Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading post that operated between 1810 and 1885. Today you will see a reconstructed pallisade, fur and provisions store, trade store, clerk’s quarters, and tipi encampment. Each of these appear much like they would have in the late 1800’s. You can see, touch and smell artifacts from buffalo hides, beaver pelts, war clubs, blankets, guns, twist tobacco, birch bark baskets and so much more. Staff will guide you through these areas, answering your questions and leading you in activities like playing the spoons or packing furs for the trip to England.

    Outside the walls of the fort you can take a short stroll to the North Saskatchewan River. You could trek along the original Carlton Trail where you can still see the ruts left by Red River carts. Wander through our Visitor Centre displays and gift shop. Stay for a picnic in our maple grove or spend the night in the campground where you might hear coyotes howl and will see the same stars your ancestors gazed at."

    The park is open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily from the May long weekend to Labour Day.

    Historic ST Paul's Presbyterian Church: Open for services
    Phone : (306) 764-2992
    Web :
    Address : 12th Street & First Ave East,
    Prince Albert
    60- 12th Street East.
    Details :

    Check out the Presbyterian church in historic downtown Prince Albert for more information about the early mission and settlement of Prince Albert.
    Also part of the Historic Settlement Walking Tour (brochure available from our publications page, or from the Tourism Centre or many locations down town).

    Phone : Manager Judy Harley at 306- 747-3307 (May1 to Oct1)
    Web :
    Address : Box 48, Parkside, Saskatchewan
    S0J 2A0
    Take Hwy 3 West of Prince Albert, 53 KM to Parkside; from Parkside it's 6 km South and 1.6 km West on the Honeywood Road.
    Details :

    * Designated a PROVINCIAL HERITAGE SITE * Honeywood Heritage Nursery is open to visitors from May 1 to Oct 1 from 9am to 5pm. From the May long weekend to Labor Day in Sept. you can visit 7 days a week. * Enjoy Specialty flower beds * Walks through the Gardens * A Tour of the Historic Porter House * Special events are scheduled during special times for best show of the gardens: * In late May it's Apple Blossom time * In June it's garden tours during the Parkland Artisan's Tour * In mid July it's Lillies in Bloom and Floral Design Seminars * In September it's abundance in nature and beautiful Autumn * (This Nursery was made famous for 65 years through the efforts and ingenuity of Dr Porter; it is today kept thriving as a Heritage Nursery by dedicated society members...Group tours are available...please call and visit the web site for a Photo and Interpretive Tour of the Gardens and Nursery.

    Keyhole Castle (Canadian Historic Landmark)
    Address : 1925 1st Avenue East, Prince Albert
    Details :

    Built by former mayor Samuel McLeod, this home encompasses the individualism popular in early 1900s architecture and features keyhole shaped windows and scrolled gables. (Exterior viewing only).

    La Colle Falls Dam
    Phone : (306) 764-2992
    Address : Located 40 km east of Prince Albert. A challenging hike with
    great views.
    Details :

    This project, located 40 KM east of Prince Albert, had the promise of turning Prince Albert into a centre for industrial power that would rival other power centres like Winnipeg and Chicago. You can visit the site and see the dam as it was left at the 293-foot stage of development on July 29th, 1913. The site contains open water-filled pits, as well as other hazardous fencing. If you choose to view the site with children, they must be closely supervised at all times.(This is a very challenging hike from the parking area - great views).

    Oldest Downtown Store Celebrates 100 years in business
    Phone : (306) 763-8350
    Web :
    Address : 1120 Central Avenue,
    in Historic Downtown Prince Albert
    Details :

    Owners say they are "restoring the historic aspects of the building" including copper ceilings, leaded glass windows.
    The July 30th News article says that upstairs will soon become a showroom with a small museum depicting the areas heritage, customers can relax under the skylight and histroic fireplace.
    The 3rd generation of the Adam's family (not that adams family) have developed specialty product lines for Weddings, Birthdays, anniversaries, retirements,babies, religious events and graduations. The owner couple say they want to see the building and the family business is still around in another 100 years! Check the web site...

    Seager Wheeler Farm: A National Historic Site
    Phone : (306) 232-5959
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : Hwy 11 to town of Rosthern, turn West on Hwy 312 toward Batoche.
    Approx 40 minutes SW of Prince Albert (Click on map photo at right to enlarge).
    Details :

    Open Mother's Day (May) to Labor Day (Sept).
    * Visitor Centre is located at the centre of the Farm - register here, visit the gift shop, refreshments,and more.
    * Seager Wheeler was consider the most 'famous' scientific farmer on the Prairies...he homesteaded on this site from 1887. He won 5 Different World Wheat championships between 1911 and 1918 * Walk through the orchards and learn about Seager Wheelers contributions to horticulture * Enjoy the English Flower Garden * Visit the century old Dining room for a light lunch or a great prairie fruit pie * Seager Wheeler is a place to learn about agricultural history and also about the latest developments in agriculture. ****Special Events to watch for include: Seeding Field Day * Canada Day Celebrations * English High Tea ( Every second Sunday of the Month) * Prairie Orchard Seminars (Spring & Fall) * Harvest Supper * Saskatoon Berry Festival * And Sunday Bruch in the Dining Room hosted every Sunday from 10am - 2PM!!!

    St. Mary's Church and Cemetery : Anglican Diocese of Saskatchewan
    Phone : (306) 763-2455
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : Located on Highway 302 West
    of Prince Albert, just past the Saskatchewan Pennitentiary.

    Other contact phone number:
    St. Mary's Prince Albert
    (306)652-0848 (Summer services)

    Details :

    This church and cemetery was the site of the first university in the province, Emmanuel College. Although the College no longer exists, St. Mary's Church, built in 1871, is still open in the summer months for services. The cemetery is also the resting place for many settlers and those that lost their lives fighting in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.

    The "Crooked Trees" Protected Site (A 'Natural' Wonder)
    Phone : Town of Hafford (306) 549-2258
    Web :
    Address : Approx 120 kms (1.5 hours) West of Prince Albert:Hwy 3 from PA to Shellbrook, take the Blaine Lake Hwy 40, past Blaine Lake, then to Hafford. Check at town of Hafford for permission and info.106- Main Street, Hafford, Saskatchewan
    Details :

    Nominated as one of the 'Wonders' of Canada owners of the Land where 'something went strange' with this Aspen Stand' say the Bush was noted by the previous generation in about the 1930's, so is now about 70 years old. Scientist have studied, locals and visitors around the world debate; a "giant was buried here", a "genetic mutation from a UFO landing in the 30's", and a host of more spectatcular imaginings - what is noteworthy is that everyone who visits the Crooked Trees says they feel a presence here; for some it's spiritual, for some it's spooky - you will have to judge for yourself - a path marks the way through the trees (Please stay on the path)...

    The Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr
    Phone : (306) 922-0044
    Web :
    Address : Located on the south side of the Gateway Mall, Prince Albert
    (part of the Historic Settlement Walking Tour)
    Details :

    Built in 1905 and located on the south side of the Gateway Mall, the cathedral contains a refurbished Casavant organ. Stop in, pay your respects, and take in this beautiful piece of world renowned craftsmanship.

    Visit the Doukhobor Dugout House: A Canadian Heritage location
    Phone : Telephone 306-497-3140
    Web :
    Address : near Blaine Lake,Sk
    (Add a visit here when your going out to see the 'Crooked Trees').
    Doukhobor Dugout House is located on a scenic bend of the North Saskatchewan River, eight kilometers south-east of the town of Blaine Lake...
    Details :

    *Open for tours on Saturdays throughout the Summer and for Special Events* Visit the web site for a look at Doukhobor history and culture in Central Saskatchewan!"In 1899, the sweep of a religious ideal came to the wide prairies of western Canada.

    Russian Doukhobors fled their homeland and settled in the Blaine Lake area of Saskatchewan, Canada...They are known for, among other things, their a cappella songs born of their faith and suffering, skilled bread-baking, and their textiles. Their love of simplicity is best summarized in their slogan, Toil and Peaceful Life. It is estimated there are 30,000 Doukhobors in Canada today, and through intermarriage, many persons who can claim Doukhobor descent.

    Out of respect for Doukhobor beliefs, the consumption of alcohol and meat is not allowed at the Doukhobor Dugout House site."

    Movie Theatre Back to Top

    GALAXY CINEMA in Prince Albert: 6 Theatres - game room, more...
    Phone : 306-922-5970
    Web :
    Address : 2995- 2nd Avenue West
    South Hill Shopper's Mall,
    Prince Albert.
    Details :

    Six Movie Theatres. (2 shows nightly each theatre; some day time shows and weekend matinees).
    Check the web site for current listings and preview trailers.

    Museums Back to Top

    Birch Hills Museum
    Phone : (306) 749-2262 or (306) 749-3423
    Address : Birch Hills, SK

    Diefenbaker House
    Phone : (306) 953-4863 or (306) 764-2992
    Address : 246-19th Street West.

    Duck Lake's Regional Interpretive Centre: Open May to September
    Phone : (306) 467-2057 or Phone Toll Free: 1-866-467-2057
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : Located on Highway #11 on the North end of town in Duck Lake, SK
    (The Louis Riel Trail) between
    the cities of Prince Albert and Saskatoon. (30 minutes south of Prince Albert).
    Details :

    The centre is the home to more than 2,000 artifacts relating to Indian, Metis and pioneer history between 1870 and 1905. The centre includes a theatre, main gallery, gift shop and 24 m tower with picture windows for sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.

    Evolution of Education Museum
    Phone : (306) 763-3506 or (306) 764-2992
    Address : 3700-2nd Avenue West.
    Details :

    Come and explore the history of education with a visit to the Evolution of Education Museum. Once the Claytonville School, it was built in 1916 and was used until 1963. The school is furnished as it was during the pioneer days and contains school desks, a library, an old wood stove, slate boards, the strap, gopher tails, and sports equipment once used by school children. All large tours or groups must be booked in advance.

    Kinistino Museum
    Phone : (306) 864-2842
    Address : 510 Main Street
    Kinistino, SK
    Details :

    The Pioneer Museum located at 510 Main Street hosts all types of displays. The content of the museum has everything from pictures representing some of the historical buildings and residents, as well as many pieces of old furniture, horse and carriage artifacts, and old firearms and books. The Museum is open seasonally from May to September.

    Prince Albert Historical Museum: Open May to Sept. & during Special Events Downtown
    Phone : (306) 764-2992 (Call Off season to arrage special viewing or group tours)
    Address : 10 River Street East, Prince Albert
    Details :

    Built in 1911 (old fire hall) located at 10 River Street East, contains three floors of fascinating displays of early fur traders and settlers, Aboriginal artifacts dating back to the 1800s, and many other items that bring to life the grandeur of Prince Albert's past. Along with the displays, the Museum contains a souvenier shop, a video presentation, and the Mary Nisbet Tearoom with a balcony overlooking the river.

    Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections
    Phone : (306) 922-3313 or (306) 764-2992
    Address : 3700-2nd Avenue West.
    Details :

    The Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections commemorates the roles of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Prince Albert City Police, along with the Federal Penitentiary and other correctional facilities within the City of Prince Albert. The display includes former police uniforms, a Thompson Sub Machine Gun, weapons made by inmates and various items used as disciplinary methods at the Federal Penitentiary.

    Shellbrook Museum
    Phone : (306) 747-2294
    Address : Main Street
    Shellbrook, SK
    Details :

    The museum, located at the end of Main Street, has many old artifacts including four organs, four churns, bedroom dressers, clothes, and more! The museum is open seasonally from May to September from 2-4 pm or by appointment all year long.

    Town of Humboldt Museum - North West Territories Telegraph Station

    PA Libraries Back to Top

    John M. Cuelenaere Public Library
    Phone : (306) 763-8496
    Web :
    Address : 125-12th Street East
    Prince Albert
    Details :

    *Room Booking:Consider John M. Cuelenaere Public Library when you need a room to hold your meeting, recital, presentation, workshop, or social gathering such as birthday party, Christmas concert, Christmas party.*Join the On-line Book Club * Renew your books on-line from anywhere * Try out the E-Library * View articles from amgazines and newspapers and periodicals from around the world. * Visit the Library for a great range of Books * Children's area * Computer use * Videos * Music CD's * the Gallery * the Theatre with regular free films * also many clubs hold their meetings here: consider joining the Writer's Guild for example ...check the Libraries web site often to see Events and Book Club nights or Author readings and more!

    Shellbrook Public Library
    Phone : (306) 747-3419
    Web :
    Address : 105 Railway Avenue West
    Details :

    The Shellbrooke Public Library is a part of the Wapiti Regional Library. As a patron, you have access to all the material available in the library itself and you also have access to all the materials within the Wapiti Regional Library system. They have everything available from books and magazines to toys and puzzles to loan out. Coem in and check it out!

    Studios/Artists Back to Top

    Forest Raven Art Studio
    Web :
    Details :

    Rigmor Clarke was born in Sweden in 1935. She now lives and works out of her home and studio in Shell Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. However, her home in Shell Lake might better be described as a base camp from which she travels into the northern Saskatchewan wilderness to create her impressionistic paintings of the Canadian landscape. Clarke has invented a unique system for transporting her wet canvases via canoe, and stays out on the land (and the water) for seven to ten days, traveling and painting mostly alone.

    Giles Lalonde: Wood carver
    Phone : (306) 883-2457
    Address : 12 km South on Hwy 3 West

    Please call ahead.
    Details :

    Giles and his family live on a quarter of land in the Thickwood Hills that they maintain as a wildlife habitat. He is a maker of one-of-a-kind indoor and outdoor birdhouses, feeders and planters, canes, walking sticks, and a number of other items, all of which are made from materials native to the area.

    Larry Rush: Acrylic, Oil, Charcoal Artist
    Phone : (306) 427-4712
    Web :
    Address : Block 4, Lots 4&5,
    Sunset Place, Echo Bay,
    Shell Lake, Sk
    Details :

    In late fall 2006, my wife and I moved from High River Alberta to Shell Lake (Echo Bay). We are still admiring the beauty of the area and know we have made the right choice.

    I have always been interested in art, am self taught. In my studio you will see paintings done in oil, acrylic and charcoal. I also like to work with pencil and ink.

    For more visit the Thickwood hills studio tour web site. Link above.

    Linda Jensen: Water Colour Artist
    Phone : (306) 764-9569
    Email :
    Address : 1312- Reed Bay, Prince Albert, SK
    Details :

    Linda Jensen is a full time water colour artist. Her paintings depict the Saskatchewan landscape. From big sky prairie scenes to the beautiful Northern park and lake lands Linda attempts to transport the viewer to a specific recognizable place. Linda's water colours are in private collections throughout the world!
    To view paintings in her home gallery or to commission a work, contact Linda by phone or e-mail.

    NISSE Foundry: Custom Bronze Casting
    Phone : (306) 468-2853
    Web :
    Address : Box 86, Mont Nebo, SK
    (From Prince Albert:
    Hwy 3 West to Shellbrook,
    28 kms further West on Hwy 3, then 2km North).
    Details :

    Nisse Foundry & Design: produces a wide variety of Bronze Products:
    * Sculpture * Garden Ornaments * Bells * Signage * Cemetary and other Plaques...more
    "Like the Scandinavian gnomes for who it is named, Nisse Foundry & Design is small and magical.... To experience the sights, sounds and surprises of Nisse Foundry:
    *drop by to view and purchase bronze castings on display.
    * order one of our designs personalized.
    * bring us your art work, machine parts, etc to be cast by the sand or lost wax method.
    * contact owner/operators Jim and Deb Jensen in advance for a casting demonstration.
    * by prior arrangement, enjoy TEA ROOM hospitality, country style!

    Riverview Arts Studio * Open Year Round *
    Phone : (306)747-7221 OR (306) 747-3330
    Email : riverview_arts
    Web :
    Address : 3KM North of Shellbrook
    (25min.on Hwy 3 West of Prince Albert), then North of Shellbrook on Hwy 55, for 3km
    Details :

    * Product is available for sale
    * Demonstration of techniques is available with prior arrangement.
    *** Pottery ***Painting/Drawing ***Intaglio/Woodcuts *** Monotype *** Copper Bowls
    LESSONS AVAILABLE FOR INDIVIDUALS & Groups ... Note: Access to and use of Studio supplies can be arranged
    Riverview Arts is a fully equipped studio in a wooded, secluded setting in the Parks and Lake lands region of Central and Northern Saskatchewan.
    *** Check out the ART HOLIDAY PACKAGE from Riverview Arts web site! (camping on site; horses on site; challenging golf courses, more horseback riding, and canoeing nearby).

    Studio 9 - Opal and Stan cameron
    Phone : (306) 427-2178
    Email :
    Web :
    Address : located at Echo Bay
    on Big Shell Lake,
    West of Prince Albert
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    Studio Nine – Located on the shore line of Echo Bay on Big Shell Lake) exhibits the artistic ability of Opal & Stan Cameron.
    Opal has always been interested in and loves the challenge of creating. She likes to carve, do ceramics, work with clay and sew. However, she truly enjoys painting – particularly with oils or pastels. Opal’s works include portraits, wild life, landscapes or whatever catches her eye.
    Opal was raised on a farm and spent most of her working life as a teacher counselor in various locations in Saskatchewan. Moving to the lake has allowed her to return to nature and once again experience the peace and tranquility she depicts in her work.
    Stan also grew up on a farm. He has a natural love and talent for working with wood and metal. Stan is an inventor and builds furniture, but his true work reflects in his beautiful wood work on the lath and scroll saw.
    After working many years in union, government and private businesses, he is now able to spend more time using his creative abilities as depicted in the dimensional intarsia you will view when visiting this studio during the Thickwood Hills Studio Trail Tour ( held in mid August, annually) or by viewing appointment.
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