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Heritage Week

Heritage Week: February 20-24, 2017

Registration Deadline Friday February 17th


Tuesday, Feb 21     7pm – An Evening of Storytelling.
Finding Home in Story: Métis concepts of Home and Kinship 
Writer in Residence, Trevor Herriot, will host a session with Métis storytellers to show how historical resources inform and support the stories that speak to Métis notions of home and kinship.
Refreshments and conversation to follow                                               Free & Open to the Public
Regina Public Library Film Theatre, Regina

Wednesday, Feb 22     7pm – Heritage Regina Lecture & Reception
Collegiate Gothic Architecture in Regina
Heritage Regina’s February event, as part of their Lecture Series, includes a presentation by James Youck from P3 Architecture Partnership
Refreshments and conversation to follow                                              Free & Open to the Public
Government House, Regina

Thursday, Feb 23     9:30am – 3:30pm – Fundraising Workshop 
Punching Above Your Weight - Raising Funds for Places that Matter                  Registration required
Heritage Saskatchewan and the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport Heritage Conservation Branch are offering this Fundraising workshop, which will be delivered by The National Trust for Canada. Whether you are fundraising for a non-profit, participating in a local capital campaign or playing a support role to community organizations working on the ground, there is something here for everyone.
Government House, Regina.

Thursday, Feb 23    7:00pm - Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation Reception
Free and open to the public, this reception celebrates the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation's work over the past year. Included again this year will be some students from last year's Heritage Fairs program, of which the SHF is a sponsor.
Government House, Regina

Friday, Feb 24    8:30am-4pm – Workshop, Information Session & AGM              Registration required
All activities are at the Conexus Arts Centre, in Regina

8:30am – 9am  – Registration
9am-noon         – Workshop: Everyone Has a Role in Reconciliation
SaskCulture Inc, in concert with Heritage Saskatchewan, are hosting this workshop session for those looking for a meaningful role in reconciliation within their own life. Workshop leader, Zoe Roy will lead participants through dialogue and reflection; turning ideas into concrete actions that lead to the path that everyone has a role in this journey. 
12 – 2 pm         - Luncheon Program includes: Heritage Saskatchewan will honour out-going Board members; plus an information session will be provided on the Saskatchewan Index of Wellbeing and the Canadian Index of Wellbeing. 
2pm                 – Heritage Saskatchewan’s Annual General Meeting

Please contact Heritage Saskatchewan to provide information on your Heritage Week activities at


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