February 3 events listed
March 22 events listed
1:00 pm / St. Martin's United Church
6:30 pm / Roxy Theatre, 320 20th Street West
Have you ever wondered how a person becomes a refugee and what their experiences must be like? Join us on March 1st to learn about the Journey of a Refugee. There will be presentations from those with lived refugee experience, live performances and more!
Doors open at 6:30pm, program begins at 7:30pm. FREE Popcorn for the first 50 people!
Even organized by the Saskatoon Refugee Coalition, and supported by the City of Saskatoon and Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada.
7:00 pm / St. Martin's United Church
4:30 pm / Western Development Museum, 2610 Lorne Avenue
Imagine Idylwyld is a planning, transportation and design initiative to improve the function, safety and connectivity along Idylwyld Drive between 20th and 25th Street East.
After two rounds of public and stakeholder consultation and several months of technical analysis, the proposed design for Idylwyld Drive is complete. Residents are invited to view the plan online at saskatoon.ca/imagineidylwyld or attend our upcoming Open House, hosted in conjunction with the City’s Plan for Growth Engagement Event.
4:30 pm / Western Development Museum
When the Downtown Protected Bike Lane Demonstration (23rd Street and 4th Avenue) wrapped up in November 2017, Council directed the Administration to report back on what a complete and connected downtown All Ages & Abilities (AAA) cycling network would look like in Saskatoon. AAA cycling facilities physically separate people riding bikes from drivers. This makes cycling more attractive for people of all ages and abilities by increasing the comfort level and feeling of safety.
The development of this plan is underway. Join the AAA Downtown Cycling Network project team at the City's Plan for Growth event to learn more about this initiative.