Saskatchewan's Virtual Heritage Fair - April, May, and June 2020.
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This project is made possible thanks to our sponsors - SaskCulture & Sask Lotteries; SaskMilk; Sask Heritage Foundation; and our media sponsor, Rawlco Radio.
There will be prizes! Virtual judges, as well as the Lieutenant Governor and many others, are very excited to see the projects.
Now available - 10 Tips for Completing a Heritage Fairs Project At Home !
Click here to SUBMIT YOUR HERITAGE FAIR PROJECT !
Students who have created (or were in the middle of) Heritage Fairs projects for the 2020 school year (whether or not they were selected to attend the Regional Fairs) are invited to:
- Take & submit photos of their projects (including themselves is optional)
- Submit their written reports, presentation outlines, speaking notes, etc. (they could also choose to submit audio or video recordings of themselves giving their presentation)
- Submit further materials relating to their projects, such as artwork, original stories/poems, and videos
- Note to students: if you were working with a partner, you can both enter and we will put the entries together. If you don't have a board, that is fine! You can create a display at home using whatever materials you like. You can also submit just a paper or just a photo.
If students did not create a Heritage Fair project in their school, they can still participate! We will be accepting entries from any student in Grades 4-8 who would like to participate and submit a Heritage Fair project by April 30. This is a great project to do at home -- and siblings can do projects together! Check out our Heritage Fairs Toolkit Booklet and Flickr albums of past years for ideas!
Submissions can be made through the registration form linked above or via email. Email submissions can be sent to Katherine Gilks, Projects Coordinator (email@example.com). Parents and teachers who have any questions are invited to contact Heritage Saskatchewan.
- April: Entries will be made public as they are uploaded and organised
- Entries will hopefully be publically-viewable by early April
- April 30 is deadline for submissions if you want to be eligible for awards
- May: Virtual judging will take place
- May 26 – Deadline for judging submissions
- May 27 – Announcement of Winners & Video Message from His Honour the Honourable Russell Mirasty, the Lt.-Gov. of Saskatchewan
- June – Entries remain available for public viewing
Depending on circumstances, entries could remain for public view beyond June.
Photos would be moved to Flickr (where photos from past years are currently).