Heritage Fairs

Congratulations to Ethan Done and Daysha Garner, who represented Saskatchewan at the 4th Young Citizens Forum in Ottawa Oct. 29-Nov. 1! Check out our Education Coordinator's update on the trip and the future of the Young Citizens program.
Congratulations also to Nicole Lindenschmidt and Adam Brookman on earning Honourable Mentions!
 

New Heritage Fairs Promotional Video

Watch Heritage Saskatchewan's Education Coordinator, Katherine Gilks, talk about the Heritage Fairs program and how it can benefit those students who get involved:

 

 

2017 Provincial Heritage Fair participants at SK Sports Hall of Fame

Downloadable Parent/Guardian Consent Form to send home with students.

Dates for 2018 Regional Heritage Fairs:

2018 Moose Jaw Regional Heritage Fair - will take place Thurs. April 19 at the Moose Jaw Western Development Museum
2018 Swift Current Regional Heritage Fair - will take place Thurs. April 26 at the Swift Current Museum
2018 Saskatoon Tribal Council Regional Heritage Fair - TBA
2018 Regina Regional Heritage Fair - will take place Fri. May 4 at Campus Regina Public (1069 14th Ave E)
2018 Saskatoon Regional Heritage Fair - will take place Thurs./Fri. May 10-11 at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum
2018 Provincial Heritage Fair - Wed./Thurs. May 23-24 at Government House

We would love to have Regional Heritage Fairs take place in the Prince Albert and Yorkton areas. Please contact our Education Coordinator at kgilks@heritagesask.ca for more information about how to participate and the assistance available to start up a Regional Fair.

The Heritage Fair program is a student-centered, inquiry learning opportunity to explore Saskatchewan and Canada in fulfillment of Saskatchewan provincial curriculum.

For the past 20 years teachers and students from across Saskatchewan have been participating in the Heritage Fair program. This year, 3300 students from over 180 classrooms across the province created a Heritage Fair project.

Students from grade 4 to 8 develop their Heritage Fair projects in the classroom through inquiry learning. Students research their topics and create a written report, visual display and an oral presentation. A classroom or school Heritage Fair is held and students are selected to represent their classroom or school at a Regional Heritage Fair. At some schools, a teacher organizes an extracurricular Heritage Fair club and from this students are selected to represent their school at a Regional Heritage Fair. At each Regional Heritage Fair several students are selected to participate in the Provincial Heritage Fair.

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Registration for the 2018 Heritage Fairs season will begin Dec. 1, 2017.

 

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