Winter Camp in the City

Activities for kids, and kids at heart.

Snow Shoeing

We have built a snow shoeing course throughout Saskatoon, and we want you to experience it!

Times include:

January 25-26:    12-5 PM

February 1-2:        12-5 PM

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Kick Sledding

Come out and try your hand at kick sledding! It is like a scooter, but on snow!

Times include:

January 26:       12-5 PM

February 1-2:    12-5 PM

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 ICE INUKSUK

Join us on to make an on the following days. No pre-registration  is required. Check in at the Information Table in the Market Building for more details.

January 31:         6 – 8 PM

February 1-2:     12 – 5 PM

An inuksuk  is a man-made landmark or cairn built by the Inuit.  Inuksuk may historically have been used for navigation, as a point of reference, a marker for travel routes, fishing places, camps, hunting grounds, places of veneration, drift fences, used in hunting, or to mark a food cache.  shape and size, the inuksuk have ancient roots in Inuit culture.