We are planning short local excursions to interesting places in Saskatoon and surrounding areas. Conference participants can take part if they wish.
Morning exercise groups:
Thursday and Friday mornings from 7:00 to 8:00 am
Start the day refreshed, with walks beginning and ending on the beautiful University of Saskatchewan campus.
Meet on the hill between the Arts Building and the Thorvsaldson Building (see map). There's no need to register; just show up. Be sure to bring appropriate shoes and comfortable clothing.
Thursday and Friday mornings beginning at 7:00 am.
This group will meet at the same location as the walking group both mornings, and run 5km in approximately thirty minutes. As with the walking group, there's no need to sign up.
Please note that both the walking and running groups will be cancelled if it is raining.
Wed. June 15 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm - $25.00 (includes bus and admission)
Wanuskewin Heritage Park helps create awareness, sensitivity and knowledge of the Northern Plains culture to both First Nation and non-First Nation visitors. Partnership, respect, tolerance, teaching, learning and understanding are the values upon which our Park was founded and under which we continue to operate today.
The growing presence of First Nations people as an important integral part of Western Canada’s social and economic fabric are strong indicators that Wanuskewin Heritage Park has just begun its journey in fulfilling the mandate which our founders (Elders) set out for us.
Visitors of all ages visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park to tour our visitor centre, walk our trails, partake in our educational and cultural programs and most of all gather and visit with family and friends.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is the place to meet, share and learn through nature, history and each other