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1 Tourist Guide Your Guide To Information, Events and Attractions in East Central Saskatchewan FREE COPY

2 2 City of Melville Tourism On the right track! Recreational Opportunities Melville offers a number of Recreational Opportunities! Ball diamonds, spray park, golf course, walking trails, camping, skateboard park, swimming pool and dog park to name a few, there is something for everyone! Melville Swimming Pool Open June, July and August For more information on lessons, rentals, events, daily and seasonal rates call (306) Melville Tourism Centre 76 Halifax Avenue (just off Hwy #10) (306) offering a variety of information about Melville and area. Maps & Brochures Souvenirs Community Events Tours of Caboose & Railway Museum Public Washrooms & Picnic Area Summer Hours May-August 9 a.m. -5 p.m., 7 days a week Horizon Credit Union Centre 575 2nd Ave West - (306) Indoor Walking Track is open daily, free of charge and open to the public. Competitive Spring and Summer ice rental prices. Cardiac Care Family Fitness Centre hosts a variety of fitness classes & wellness programming. Book your next event with us, we have a variety of spaces available. More About Melville Melville is a great place to live, play, and work! Interested in learning more? Stop by the Horizon Credit Union Centre and talk to our Communications, Community Development & Events Manager about growing opportunities for development, investment and employment nd Ave West - (306) Find us on online! or on Facebook and Twitter When you Like Tourism Melville or the City of Melville, you ll get events & news sent to your feed! Download The City of Melville app to your phone! The iphone and Android applications can be downloaded for free and provide residents and visitors with immediate access to local weather, council meeting minutes, council meeting agenda packages, service request submissions, local notices, community events, maps and local businesses. City of Melville 430 Main St. - Box 1240, S0A 2P0 Website: Phone (306) Fax (306)

3 Free golf, fishing highlight Tourism Week Everyone has have a chance to win family swimming passes, a weekend pass for two to the Filthy Redneck Country Club, or an Oster Versa performance blender during this year s Tourism Week in Melville. There is more than $500 worth of prizes to be won during the May 28 to June 3 event, which takes place throughout the community. Tourism Week kicks off in Melville on Sunday, May 28 with an open house and barbecue at the tourism centre on Queen Street North. Visitors and residents are encouraged to visit the centre and enjoy a hamburger or hot dog, with all proceeds going to the local Oasis Youth Group. Oasis will run the barbecue, while there will be many activities, including Kerr s Bouncers for kids, a Rodz n Relics car show featuring dozens of classic cars, and games for everyone to play. In the event of poor weather, activities will be moved to the Horizon Credit Union Centre. All golf enthusiasts should shine up their clubs and polish their gear, as free golf is being offered at the Melville Golf and Country Club on Monday, May 29 from 4 to 7 p.m. This will be a free family golf event for this day only. For baseball lovers, slip on a helmet and slid into the Terry Puhl batting cages on Tuesday, May 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. for some free batting. Come practice your swing with players from the Melville Millionaires baseball team. Helmets and bats will be provided, but feel free to bring your own gear if you wish. What was Melville like in the 1920s? How active was the rail station? What did Robert G. Combe do that makes him so special? The answers to these questions can be found at the Melville and District Heritage Museum, which will be open for everyone to visit on Wednesday, May 31 from 4 to 7 p.m. The museum will be open to all ages for a two for one admission. There are many displays and historical items to discover and that discuss what life was like in Melville many decades ago. Don t forget to take part in the scavenger hunt throughout the grounds and building. You never know what you might come across while on the hunt. The heritage museum is also open all throughout the summer, so be sure to stop by and become more educated about life in rural Saskatchewan while celebrating Melville s exciting past. Did you know the queen and king visited Melville by train in 1939? If antique railroad machines and items are your thing, be sure to stop by the Railway Museum in the regional park on Thursday, June 1 from 4 to 3 7 p.m. There you ll find a steam engine, along with a former railroad office filled with artifacts that give an exciting glimpse into Melville s past and its relationship with the railway. There is also a caboose sitting in front of the tourism centre, so be sure to check out that nicely preserved piece of history. The Railway Museum is also open throughout the summer, so while you re taking in a baseball tournament, camping in the regional park or simply passing through the community, pull the brakes and jump onto a different track for the day. Play ball! Friday, June 2 the Melville Millionaires play their first game of the season at Pirie Field against the Weyburn Beavers at 7 p.m. The first 150 people will receive a complimentary gift from Tourism Melville. Anyone who likes water whether to fish or swim will enjoy the activities Tourism Melville has scheduled for Saturday, June 3. From 12 to 4 p.m., there will be free fishing at the Centennial Trout Pond, courtesy of Melville Fish and Continued on Page 10

4 4 Learn about Canada at the Motherwell Homestead What better way to celebrate Canada s sesquicentennial or its 150th birthday than by travelling back in time to a place that first existed in the same century as Confederation! The Motherwell Homestead is the place to be this year as it gives visitors a better understanding of what life was like in the late 19th century and early 20th century in Western Canada. A stream of pioneer-farmers moved west from Ontario at the close of the century, seeking a new life on the Prairies. Early Saskatchewan pioneer, W.R. Motherwell, became a community leader whose passion for scientific farming methods took him all the way to parliament as Minister of Agriculture. Golden fields of wheat shimmer under vast prairie skies. See for kilometres across the flat farmlands, the road outside disappearing into a far off point on the horizon. Join costume-clad workers for a day of labour on the homestead, fresh-baked bread scenting the air. Jump on a hay wagon, as a team of horses, their brasses clanking, bounces you across the freshly cut grass. Join farmhands on a morning milking the cows, watch the chickens come running at the rattle of the feed bucket. The Motherwell Homestead is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday to Friday from May 22 to June 30 and then is open every day from July 1 to Sept. 4. Between May 22 and June 26, school groups can book their educational programs and learn about the early 1900s. Some of the programs focus on learning about The annual binding and stoking day at the Motherwell Homestead near Abernethy is set for Saturday, Aug. 12. Join the hired hands in the field. how to be a farmer, racing against others to be an early pioneer and settle the land and having jam pail lunches the way early farm hands did. Live a day in the life of a prairie farmer in the early 1900s on W.R. Motherwell s historic homestead, Lanark Place. The Motherwell Homestead is three kilometres south of Abernethy on Highway 22. Abernethy is 100 kilometres east of Regina on Highway 10. The federal government has announced that until Dec. 31, 2017, all national parks, marine areas and historic areas across the country are free to enter. You will need a 2017 Discovery Pass to enter these national sites, such as the Motherwell Homestead, for free. Passes can be ordered at There are numerous tours and programs through the season, all of which can be found by visiting ca/en/lhn-nhs/sk/motherwell/activ/decouverte-tours. Continued on Page 6 WE VE GOT YOU COVERED CARPET HARDWOOD LAMINATE VINYL TILE 110-3rd Avenue West, Melville, SK 12 Livingston Street, Yorkton, SK Phone: Phone: Toll Free Toll Free

5 Prairie Co-operative Ltd. Melville, Sask. 5 You re at home here. FOOD STORE 139 Main St Open Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. It Just Doesn t Get Any Fresher GAS BAR 200 Bailey Drive Open 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Daily Full Service Pumps Card Lock Touchless Car Wash HOME CENTRE For all your Hardware, Lumber, Propane Bulk Petroleum, Automotive and Oil Supplies 304-1st Ave. E Bulk Petroleum Open 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday & 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays

6 6... Motherwell Continued from Page 4 Mark your calendar for these upcoming events: Monday, May 22 is Victoria Day and the day the Homestead opens its door for the season. Celebrate 150 years of Confederation on July 1 at the homestead by accessing the site for free with your family and friends. The annual binding and stoking day is set for Saturday, Aug. 12. Join the hired hands in the field. Taste warm homemade bread with hand churned butter melting on top. Watch the hired men s blacksmith demonstration. Hear the horses hooves clop and see a horse-drawn equipment work the fields. Explore the homestead on a wagon ride and smell the fresh-cut hay. Remember to bring your strongest Be sure to attend the exciting Symphony Under the Sky Festival at the Motherwell Homestead on Saturday, Aug. 26. muscles to help churn homemade ice cream! Romp around in tennis court and play some Victorian games. There are activities to interest and excite the whole family! Be sure to attend the exciting Symphony Under the Sky Festival on Saturday, Aug. 26. Help close the Motherwell Homestead s season and open the Regina Symphony Orchestra s season in grand style! Join other music lovers for a jam-packed day of activities including threshing demonstrations, the Field to Fork Festival and kids activities. The highlight will be Regina Symphony Orchestra s Symphony under the Sky! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy a symphonic concert and a cold Bushwakker-exclusive Motherwell Red Fife Witbier at the homestead. The event goes ahead rain or shine, so come prepared. Melville Branch 136-3rd Ave. E. Melville, SK ATM On-Site Phone: Fax: Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Grayson Branch 491 Railway Ave. Grayson, SK Phone: Fax: Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m p.m. & 1-4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m p.m. & 1-5 p.m. Grenfell Branch 736 Desmond Street Grenfell, SK ATM On-Site Phone: Fax: Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Neudorf Branch 202 Main Street Neudorf, SK Phone: Fax: Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 12 p.m. & 1-4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m p.m. & 1-5 p.m. Wolseley Branch 616 Front Street Wolseley, SK ATM On-Site Phone: Fax: Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. For all your Tire and Mechanical needs Come and see us for ALL your vehicle needs! Truck and Trailer Repair Center Wheel Alignments Oil Changes, Tune-ups, Brakes, Shocks and more See us First for a complete line of TIRES Your one stop shop Safety Accredited Inspection Station for medium/heavy truck and trailers ** New Light Vehicle Inspection station** Service Road N., Melville Website: oktire.com

7 Celebrate this Canada Day like its 1867! Get ready to celebrate 150 years of Canada s existence on July 1 as the City of Melville hosts an exciting day filled with games, music and food! Canada Day festivities kick off at 10 a.m. for the annual Canada Day parade. Visitors can expect to see a wide range of floats and entrants, including community groups, businesses and sports teams displaying their Red and White spirit! The best places to watch the parade are at a few locations in and around the downtown. Grab a seat on Main Street from Second to 12th avenues, Second Avenue from Main Street to Queen Street, or Queen Street from Second to 10th avenues. After all the exciting floats have moved on, head to 7 Centennial Park on Prince Edward Street and get ready for some fun! Canada Day ceremonies begin at noon with the singing of O Canada, followed by cake and refreshments. Who doesn t like treats to celebrate a special birthday? The musical entertainment kicks into full swing at 12:15 p.m. and again at 1:30 p.m. Residents and visitors can expect to do a little dancin while clapping and singing along to the act of the hour. Who was the first Canadian prime minister? What provinces were created in 1905? How many points are on the maple leaf on the flag? If you enjoy trivia and winning prizes, then the Canada Day Trivia Contest at 12:45 p.m. will be just for you. Test your knowledge against hordes of other passionate Canada buffs. (The answers to those questions, in case you were wondering, are Sir John A. MacDonald, Alberta and Saskatchewan, and 11). A number of events will be running almost all afternoon that kids young and old will most certainly enjoy. A scavenger hunt takes place at 1 p.m. around the park. Meanwhile, from 1 to 5 p.m., visitors can swim for free at the pool adjacent to the park; get their faces painted with maple leaves, beavers or a Tim Hortons doughnut; or jump around on inflatable bouncers. Under the B, six. Under the B, six. Get your bingo In memory of Bob Ratch Richardson 101-3rd Ave. West - Lower Level Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada Phone: (306) Cell: (306) Karen P.O. Box 1711 Melville, Sask. S0A 2P0 After the Canada Day parade, head to Centennial Park. Canada Day ceremonies begin at noon with the singing of O Canada, followed by cake and refreshments. dabber ready for a fun game of bingo starting at 1:30 p.m. on the main stage. Many prizes will be handed out to the lucky winners, while those players who were close to winning will have to rub their rabbit s foot a little harder or clutch their four-leaf clovers tighter. A mini children s carnival springs to life at 2 p.m. and runs until 5 p.m. Bring the little ones down to have fun and help them celebrate Canada s 150th birthday with plenty of laughs and giggles. Another musical act strums into action starting at 4 p.m. and powers through numerous songs for a full hour, all on the main stage in the park. Later in the evening, get ready for an explosive end to the day when fireworks are unleashed into the night sky to dazzle and wow residents and visitors of all ages. Besides these planned activities, other events happening throughout the day include a full concession, helium balloons, a tourism info station, a mini spray park, a soccer pool table, a bubble station, ladder golf, bocce ball, box hockey and croquet. Happy 150th, Canada! Olympic Taxi Clean Certified Cabs (Non-smoking vehicle) Service you can count on!

8 8 Heritage Museum gives window into the past If you re fascinated by artifacts from the past, or want to learn what life was like for Melville and area residents during the early 20th century, then the Melville Heritage Museum is for you. The museum is open from May 24 until the end of the August from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week. It is always possible to book a tour of the building during these times. Office manager Joanne Kirwan or two summer students are available to guide visitors throughout the many rooms and floors. Residents and visitors are invited to attend the tea and open house on Wednesday, May 24 in the afternoon. Dress up in your finest period costume and come sample some tasty teas, while also taking a tour of the former Luther Academy. A new exhibit will be temporarily set up in the museum from May 22 to June 9. The Adrian Paton Photo Collection Travelling Exhibit features photographs by Paton from when he began collecting photos in the late 1980s, when his grandmother s photo album was passed down to him. Since then, he has built up an enormous photograph collection, totalling about 8,000 pieces. The Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society and the University of Saskatchewan sponsored students who worked with Paton during two summers to digitize about 700 of the photos and record his knowledge of them. This display features selected photos from the collection, along with information designed to inspire people to reflect on the past. The display is intended for public use and is suitable for families, school groups and photo buffs everywhere. The annual tea and fashion show takes place Aug. 2 at St. Paul Lutheran Home. This is a fun fundraiser for the museum. Melville residents will model some of the many clothing items the museum has obtained over the years from residents, such as wedding gowns, grad dresses, fur coats, fancy hats and swanky shoes. There will be angel food cake with whip cream and strawberries served during the tea. Visitors and residents are encouraged to dress up in period costumes for prizes. Since this year is Canada s 150th anniversary, visitors and residents are encouraged to dress up in red and white. Be sure to take in Culture Days in Melville from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at Melville Community Works. There will be many museum artifacts on display for all to see, including children s toys from decades ago. If your child s nose is always in his phone, these toys will give him a better idea of how children entertained themselves a century ago. The museum is housed in a sprawling four-storey building that used to be Luther Academy. From the basement to the top floor, there are many rooms with different themes. For example, in the basement are rooms dedicated to Melville s rail history, the RCMP and early aboriginal The Melville Heritage Museum has something for every age group, including old time outdoor games for children. artifacts. On the main floor is a room dedicated to religion, faith and church objects. Many of these items have been donated from around the Melville area. There are pews, iconography, Bibles and old organs. Clean & Cozy Rooms Retail store for Liquor Drive-Thru for Liquor Restaurant & Lounge Continued on Page 9 If everyone spent $250 more a year at a local business, it would add more than $1.2 million to the local economy, create more jobs, strengthen the economy and help our city grow. Classic MOTOR INN Sunny s Classic Inn Restaurant Fish & Chips, Pastas, Noodle, Soup Bowl, Asian Cuisine rd Ave. E. Melville melvilleclassicmotorinn.com

9 ... Heritage Museum Continued on Page 9 A fascinating object in the room is a book of sermons from 1721 that were written by a renowned 16th century theologian, Valerie Herburger. The book was printed in Poland, is bound in sheepskin and is in amazing condition for its age. It is one of the gems the museum contains. Down the hall from the church room are two rooms dedicated to military history. There are many stories of residents who fought in both world wars and who served in uniform afterward. In two glass cases are many model aircraft created by a former resident, Steve Guliak, who was Melville s expert in most things military. From Chinook helicopters to the Avro Arrow to Spitfire airplanes, he crafted many military objects that will amaze everyone regardless of their thoughts on war. Before his death, museum organizers had planned to videotape Guliak discussing every aspect of the military rooms and every object s background, so great was his knowledge. In both rooms is literature containing biographies of residents who fought and served overseas. A well-known Melville resident who enlisted during the First World War is Robert G. Combe, who received the Victoria Cross the highest military honour for overcoming enemy resistance during the war. A replica of his Victoria Cross 9 There are two exhibit rooms dedicated to military history. On the wall here is a mural of the HMCS Melville that served in the Second World war. hangs on the wall next to his picture. On the third floor hangs a quilt that entered the Guinness Book of World Records in It was considered the largest quilt every made. The Melville Heritage Museum has something for every age group, from sports, to children s toys, to farming tools, to recreation, to educational history, to sewing, to music to clothing. As Canadian author Richard Gwyn said, a people who have no collective past can have no collective future. Melville Heritage Museum Melville Heritage Museum (Luther Academy) 1913 OVER 10,000 artifacts displayed in many theme rooms - Gift Shop - Museum Hours May 17 - August 25, 2017 OPEN 7 Days a Week 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Open House Wednesday, May 24 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 pm. 100 Heritage Drive (next to St. Peter s Hospital and St. Paul Lutheran Home) Phone/Fax Relax and enjoy a video tour of the entire museum Melville Heritage Museum 2 for 1 Coupon Bring in this coupon, along with your friend, and both will enter for the Price of One Admission $3.00

10 10 Year-round fun at Ravine Adventures Looking for a little adventure or a bonding experience with your group of friends, co-workers or family? Consider Ravine Adventures for your next outing. They offer many activities, such as: paintball, pedal go-karts, mini-putt, nature hikes, group challenge games, snow tubing in the winter months and there is even a giant inflatable bubble ball you can get inside and roll around in. You can become a human hamster and run over your buddies with it, said owner Mark Bieri with a laugh. Ravine Adventures is three kilometres southwest of the Motherwell Homestead near Abernethy. It opened in 2007 and is owned by Bieri and his wife, Elli. We started because we felt there is not enough family time happening these days. We want people to be active, enjoy themselves and enjoy the beautiful area we are living in. For more information on their year-round activities see their Facebook page or go to their website at ravineadventures.ca They are open by appointment only so be sure to call ahead at (306) Tourism Week Continued from Page 3 Game. No membership is required for this day, but it is mandatory at any other time. There will also be a free fishing demonstration by members of the organization. Be sure to put on your wet suit and goggles as free swimming is available at the swimming pool in the regional park from 1 to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Tia Pelzer with Tourism Melville at Welcome to the community. As a member of the Melville community for over 107 years, we understand you re looking for a bank you can trust, with a wide range of financial products and services to meet your unique needs. Whether you are looking for banking, borrowing, investing or wealth management solutions, you can count on BMO Bank of Montreal to help you with your financial goals. Visit us today. MELVILLE BRANCH 141 3rd Avenue West, Melville, Sk Bank of Montreal We re here to help! One of the best places to cool off in Melville each summer is the spray park in Kinsmen Park on Queen Street. The spray park in open all summer and has the convenience of washrooms and a gazebo. 20 local charities fundraising together to deliver human service programs to meet community needs. For a complete list, go to: melvilledonorschoiceappeal.com Donors Choice Annual Campaign Between October 1 and the 15, volunteers canvass the Melville & District area for donations. Donations are received up until the December 31. Drop off donations at the Horizon Credit Union, BMO Bank of Montreal, or the Royal Bank in Melville. Donations can also be made online, or mail to: Box 365 Melville, SK S0A 2P0. Donations can be directed to one charity; some of the charities or all charities. It s the Donors Choice! A tax deductible receipt will be mailed or ed to you. Thank You! Thank You! Thank you to all who have supported and continue to support this ongoing project that helps local community. Special thanks to our local corporate sponsor: CN Rail Contact : Lynn or or

11 Filthy Rednecks club caters to muddy patrons Al Benesocky s Filthy Redneck Country Club (FRCC) could be the best place in Canada for gearheads and rednecks who think the amount of mud you wear is proportional to the amount of fun you have. The FRCC is different than the mud bog events held across the province during the summer. It s a place where you can come to with your ATVs, side by sides, mud trucks, jeeps, and do whatever you want to do, whenever you want to do it, keeping people s safety in mind, of course. Located 40 kilometres south of Yorkton on Highway 9 near Waldron, the FRCC is host to three gargantuan events this summer. The Unstable Reunion on June 23 to 25 features the gang from Trucks Gone Wild, along with entertainment from the band Moccasin Creek as well as Megan Ruger, who competed on television s The Voice. Trucks Gone Wild calls itself the worldwide leader in off-road entertainment for good reason, as its drivers will tear up the grounds and splash through the mud at the FRCC with some of the baddest and most powerful trucks ever built. Ruger and Moccasin Creek will entertain the crowd on the evening of June 24 to cap off a great day in the mud. Unbalanced is the second event on the FRCC summer schedule. The three days of action, July 28 to 30, features the FRCC Canadian Mud Nationals. It s the third stop of the season for the newly formed mud racing entity and features anything on four wheels, trucks included. The final event of the summer at the FRCC is Unhinged. It will be the last chance of the summer for folks to cruise the hills, bogs and sloughs on the premises to see if they can get through or if they ll get stuck. Antiques Collectibles & Sewing Shop YOUR COLLEGE YOUR FUTURE 11 There s a full schedule of mud and fun at Al Benesocky s Filthy Redneck Country Club southeast of Melville on Highway 9 near Waldron. It s an open mudding event, so just about everything goes, but park rules still apply. Camping is welcomed with a quiet generator, however, there are no hookups for power or water available. There are also portapotties on site for the convenience of campers and those attending events. There are also food vendors available and FRCC merchandise can also be purchased on site. For more information, check out filthyredneckcountryclub.com and Al Benesocky s Filthy Redneck Country Club page on Facebook. Corner of 3rd & Main Street Melville, SK Apply online today! > parklandcollege.sk.ca

12 12 Balcarres is an active sporting community Balcarres is a thriving community almost 700 at the intersection of Highway 10 and Secondary Highway 310 first founded by squatters in the 1880s and named for the first postmaster, Balcarres Crawford. Today, Balcarres is an active community with a lot to offer visitors and residents. The ball diamonds invite many friendly games as well as minor ball and kids can get some exercise on the playground equipment. Children can also take part in soccer while there is also a lot to offer the adults in the field of recreation: activities such as badminton and volleyball are held in the school gym and the town has an entry in the Tri Highway Fastball League, the Balcarres Bronx. It s proximity to the Qu Appelle Valley means people are able to fish, swim, or go canoeing in one of the four nearby lakes. In winter, recreation revolves around the rink, with minor hockey and the Qu Appelle Valley Hockey League s Balcarres Broncs. In December, parks and recreation hosts a Santa Day at the community rink and a rink fun day around the same time. Continued on Page 26 Homestyle Cooking Buffet Saturday & Sunday Saturday Lunch 11AM - 2PM & Sunday Brunch 10AM - 2PM Breakfast Specials Monday - Friday Daily Soup & Sandwich Specials Monday to Friday Highway 10 Fried Chicken and Pizza Packages Take-Out Menu Available OPEN DAILY 9AM - 7PM Highway 10 C-Store Shell Gas Bar Confectionery Movie Rentals Lottery Ticket Centre Hwy. #10 & 7th Ave. W. Melville, SK OPEN 6AM - Midnight 7 days a week! with all 3 grades of Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines. Hwy. #10 &7 Ave. W., Melville, SK Melville Agri-Park Melville Agri-Park hosts its annual extravaganza of equine excellence on Aug. 12 and 13. The two-day Melville Fair features the thrills and spills of 3D barrel racing as well as a variety of fun youth rodeo competitions. There will also be animal displays and a concession on the grounds. Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools has a proud tradition of providing outstanding Catholic educational programming in all of our schools, and are also pleased to offer: Pre-Kindergarten French Immersion 45A Palliser Way, Yorkton SK Catholic Elementary Schools Serving : St. Henry s Jr. School Building Great Character One Virtue At a Time 840 Main Street, Melville St. Henry s Sr. School To Have Knowledge, You Must First Have Reverence for the Lord 1255 Prince Edward Street, Melville Believe Belong Become

13 Mission Ridge Winter Park has 30 acres of land and 14 runs for skiing and snowboarding. 13 Mission Ridge, a winter-lover s playground Southwest Saskatchewan s only sky hill is nestled in the Qu Appelle Valley. Mission Ridge Winter Park has 30 acres of land and 14 runs for skiing and snowboarding. The runs are freshly groomed every morning and there is a conveyer lift and a chairlift to get to the top of the hill. Usually the park opens in mid-november but it s always weather-dependent. Owners Don Williams and Michael Smith depend heavily on their snow making machines to ensure the hills are properly covered each year as Saskatchewan isn t known for getting a lot of snowfall. Mission Ridge also offers lessons for beginners, equipment rentals, and programs for the disabled to ski and snowboard. At peak times, there are about 100 staff working admissions, in the restaurant and bar, ski instructors, maintenance workers and chairlift operators. The ski hills restaurant is Bubba s, a fully licensed eatery offering burgers, pizza and other pub-fare. They hill also employs seven members of the Canadian Ski Patrol who volunteer to work evening and weekends. The hill is frequented by Mark and Craig Mc- Morris, highly awarded snowboarders who cut their teeth on the slopes of Mission Ridge. The pair even had a short run on MTV with a reality TV show called McMorris & McMorris. Mission Ridge is also home to Kurt Oatway, a sit-skier, who won three of four downhill races this winter during the Alpine Skiing World Championships. He also competed at the Sochi Olympics. Williams said each season the park sees approximately 35,000 patrons. Mission Ridge Winter Park is located on 800 Sioux Ave. For more information find them online or on Facebook. 303 Main St., Melville, SK ATM On Site - 24 hour access Safe deposit boxes Wheelchair accessible Open Monday - Friday 9:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday & Sunday nd Avenue East, Melville, SK Monday to Saturday 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays Full Prescription Services Free Prescription Delivery Diabetic Supplies First Aid Supplies Compression Stockings Sports Braces and Supports Phone and Gift Cards Large Variety of Home Health Care Products *Sales and Servicing* Contact us today! Phone: (306) Melville s ONLY locally owned and operated pharmacy!

14 14 Enjoy a leisurely ride on ShowStoppers trails Enjoy snowmobiling in wintry splendor and join in one of the fastest-growing and exciting leisure time activities in the area. Melville Community Works Arts, Culture and Recreational Centre 800 Prince Edward St., Box 309 Melville, Sask., S0A 2P0 Gallery Works and the 3rd Dimension/Gift Shop OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. PHONE (306) Featuring local artists and OSAC s touring exhibitions. New Exhibits are displayed every month Snowmobiling is always a popular pursuit in the winter months across Canada and the Melville area is certainly no exception. For the snowmobile enthusiast, ShowStoppers Snowmobile Club provides opportunities to ride on some of the best-groomed trails in the province. The club grooms about 200 kilometres within a 50- mile radius of Melville with their Bombardier groomer, including south to Crooked Lake and north to Yorkton. The club recently added trails to Neudorf and Lemberg. Activities include the popular Ladies Night Out fundraising event, which raises funds for breast cancer research as well as some local causes. For the average rider looking for an afternoon of family fun on the trails, there are five warm-up shelters along the trails and always a friendly smile somewhere on the route. So come out and enjoy the wintry splendor of the area and take part in one of the fastest-growing and exciting leisure time activities. Going north of Melville you can enjoy deep snow, herds of deer and buffalo some of the largest in Saskatchewan. Melville has great accommodations right along the trail system with hotels, restaurants, fuel and snowmobile repairs available. Snowmobile Trails Snowmobile Club Come to Melville with family and friends to ride 200 km of well-groomed and signed trails, which have 6 warm-up shelters for your convenience. In Melville the trails take you right to fuel, food and lodging. From Melville you could enjoy hundreds of kilometers of trails that link us to the north, south, east and west, with our area having some of the best snow conditions and hospitality in east-central Saskatchewan. *Snowmobiles Must Be Registered Contact: Dave Box 3141, Melville S0A 2P0

15 15 Arrive as guests, depart as family! Hotel Amenities: Complimentary Hot Breakfast Free High Speed Internet Access Cable TV Coin-OP Guest Laundry Business Centre Welcome to Sigma Inn & Suites Melville Conveniently located on Highway 10, all of Melville s local attractions - Restaurants, Shopping, Horizon Credit Union Centre, Baseball Fields & Parks are located within a few minutes drive. Meeting Room Fitness Centre and Hot Tub Kitchenette Suites Jacuzzi Suites Wheelchair accessible rooms BBQ Grill available All Rooms Non-Smoking Pet Friendly Rooms available 210 Service Road, Melville, SK PH: , FAX:

16 Maintenance Rest Room Practice Green LEGEND T-Box Red T-Box Drinking Water Sand Trap By L. Schmidt The Melville Advance March 2004 Golf Cart Sheds Clubhouse Parking Welcome to the City of Melville TO WESTVIEW TOURIST MAP HIGHWAY #10 SOUTH LEGEND HIGHWAY #15 WEST TOURIST? INFORMATION CENTRE PARKS or BALL DIAMONDS AIRSTRIP CAMPING SCHOOLS CHURCHES H MELVILLE RESEVIOR / DAM HOSPITAL N W E S CRESCENT CREEK ST. PAUL LUTHERAN HOME HERITAGE MUSEUM HIGHWAY #47 SOUTH TO CROOKED LAKE AND QU APPELLE VALLEY HORIZON CREDIT UNION CENTRE HOCKEY, CURLING, SWIMMING, OR BATTING WALKING TRAIL ST. PETER S HOSPITAL H MELVILLE VETERINARY CLINIC HERITAGE DRIVE BAILEY DRIVE DIELSCHNEIDER ROAD April 2017 The Melville Advance 14 6 Horizon Credit Union Centre 5 WATER TREATMENT PLANT A PRINCE RUPERT ST. 13 MILLER SCHOOL B 12 COLUMBIA ST. THIRD AVENUE SECOND AVENUE FIRST AVENUE QUEBEC ST. 12 MELVILLE REGIONAL GOLF COURSE \ 16 COUNTRY CLUB 17 and CURLING CLUB 2 PRINCE WILLIAM DRIVE NINTH AVENUE EIGHTH AVENUE SEVENTH AVENUE SIXTH AVENUE FIFTH AVENUE FOURTH AVE. 8 SASKATCHEWAN ST. HIGHWAY #10 CARLTON BAY MERV MOORE SPORTSPLEX MALL ROAD QUEBEC DRIVE TENTH AVENUE 11 C QUEEN ST Kinsmen Splash Park R.C.M.P. TWELFTH AVENUE ELEVENTH AVENUE MAIN ST. LIBRARY CITY HALL CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CEMETARY ROAD 18 9 KING ST. 10 HIGHWAY #47 NORTH TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE JUBILEE CRESCENT? GARVIN BAY ST. HENRY S ELEM. SCHOOL DOMINION ST. HALIFAX AVENUE 9 8 ONTARIO ST. MELVILLE MUNICIPAL CEMETERY ST. HENRY S SENIOR ELEM. SCHOOL BRUNSWICK ST. MAUSOLEUM D 10 PRINCE EDWARD ST. SCOTIA ST. 1 MELVILLE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL PARKLAND COLLEGE TENTH AVE. MELVILLE COMMUNITY WORKS Fire Dept. and Public Works 13 SEVENTH AVENUE FIFTH AVENUE MANITOBA ST. THIRD AVENUE FIRST AVENUE RAILWAY MUSEUM MELVILLE REGIONAL PARK ALBERTA ST. VANIER COMBE AVENUE MONTREAL ST. Walking Trail CENTENNIAL CRESCENT TORONTO ST. PARK ENTRY GATES TERRY PUHL BATTING CAGES SWIMMING POOL TENNIS COURTS DOG PARK ST HENRY S ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY E F ABEL DRIVE 5 TOURIST MAP DAVISON SCHOOL WINNIPEG ST. PARK BOULEVARD HIGHWAY #10 NORTH RCMP FIRE A - VETERANS PARK AMBULANCE B - JAYCEE PARK HOSPITAL C - KINSMEN PARK CITY D - OFFICE PRINCE EDWARD PARK CHAMBER E - VANIER OF PARK COMMERCE F - CENTENNIAL PARK HIGHWAY #15 EAST MELVILLE and DISTRICT AGRI-PARK Melville Fair Grounds BALL / FOOTBALL FIELDS 1 - PIRIE FIELD 2 - FATHER NOVAK FIELD 3 - REGIONAL PARK 1 (RP1) 4 - REGIONAL PARK 2 (RP2) 5 - REGIONAL PARK 3 (RP3) 6 - NEW DIAMOND 7 - NEW DIAMOND 8 - COBRA FIELD - FOOTBALL / TRACK 9 - BOB STEWART FIELD 10 - AL WALLS MEMORIAL DIAMOND 11 - KINSMEN DIAMOND 12 - JAYCEE DIAMOND 13 - REGIONAL PARK 4 (RP4) PARKS AGRI-PARK ROAD ANIMAL HEALTH CENTRE OF MELVILLE MELVILLE AIR-STRIP Landfill The Tourism Centre, located at 76 Halifax Avenue offers a variety of information on Melville and area as well as souvenirs, maps, public washrooms and a picnic area. Tours of the Caboose and the Railway Museum are available on request. Open May - August

17 18 Grayson SASKATCHEWAN A peaceful town of 200 people. Located 15 km north of the scenic Qu Appelle Valley, 35 k from Melville. Annual Party in the Park and Car Show, August 6th Home of Ottenbreit s German Sausage and Meat Products. Nelson s Grocery Store - One Stop Family Shop for your supplies. Features Historic German Heritage St. Mary s Catholic Church call for mass times Grayson Heritage Park Village of Grayson Grayson Notes and News Facebook page K-9 Elementary-Grayson School Grayson Skating Arena Nelson s Grocery Store 10 miles from Crooked Lake and the Trans Canada Trail Close proximity to golfing at Cowessess First Nation 30 minutes to Melville, one hour to Yorkton (closest cities) Grayson Parks and Rec Mobile Playground July August Grayson Senior Citizen s Centre Town Businesses Sterling Tavern Horizon Credit Union (Grayson Branch) Ottenbreit s Meats (Processing and Meat Products) Nelson s Grocery Store RM of Grayson No. 184 Village of Grayson (Office) Grayson Post Office Gelowitz Plumbing Marieval Enterprise Center (Small Appliance and Computer Repair, Technical Solutions and Training) Skies the Limit Fireworks Grayson Community Development Cooperative MooseBay Greenhouses Grayson (Gelowitz Hardware Store) Thiedig Surveys Access Communications Grayson Village Office Darrel Bauman Contracting & Roofing Pari s Electric Hospice St. Marie Bernard (Group Home for the mentally challenged seniors) Twilight Home (Senior retirement suites, 10 available) Debbie s Massage Therapy CTC Landscaping Valley Mobile R.V. Service

18 Summer and winter sports on tap in Melville One can t think of the city of Melville without taking into account the city s sports background, from minor baseball, softball and hockey to school sports to a plethora of recreation opportunities. The name Millionaires has become synonymous with the city and its two major sports franchises, the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team and the Western Major Baseball League club both bear the moniker. Melville has hosted a number of high profile sporting events including the Tankard men s curling provincial curling championships in 1998 and 2015, the Viterra Scotties women s curling championship in 2017, provincial mixed curling championships in 2011, provincial senior men s and ladies championships in 2009, and the Canada Cup national midget baseball championships in 2001 and Melville Minor Ball and Melville Minor Hockey are always going concerns within the community as well as Skate Melville s figure skating, speed skating and speed swimming. Melville also has a burgeoning martial arts scene with the International Mantis Canada martial arts school, and excellent archery programs.. As far as facilities go, Melville s newest is the Horizon Credit Union Centre. The HCUC is home to most winter ice sports as well as the Melville Millionaires hockey club. The 19 building also features a walking track, convention centre and a Cardiac Care Fitness Centre. The Melville Agri- Park hosts events in the summer and the regional park hosts baseball tournaments as well as the local co-ed adult slo-pitch league. Watch WMBL action and the Millionaires at Pirie Field. The Melville Millionaires hockey team hopes to contend this winter. Stockholm Agencies Ltd. 113 Ohlen St., P.O. Box 322, Stockholm, Sask. Tel.: Fax: Personal Insurance Farm Insurance Commercial Insurance Hail Insurance Health Insurance Motor Licence Issuer Notary Public Business Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon & 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. -12:00 noon Sunday & Monday - CLOSED FREE MY MUSE A professional Theatre Studio offering drama classes & productions for all ages in Melville and Yorkton Classes held at Melville Community Works Running July and August MUSE (6873)

19 20 Extra fun as Abernethy Fair celebrates 110 years By Jason G. Antonio Advance Reporter There will be two historic celebrations in the Village of Abernethy in July, as the community celebrates Canada s 150th birthday and the Abernethy Fair s 110th anniversary. Everything the fair is known for will be back again to entertain visitors and guests, said Edna McCall, president of the Abernethy Agriculture Society. This year s fair is Friday, July 28, while additional celebratory activities take place July 29 and 30. A delicious pancake breakfast will kick off the fair on July 28, followed by a horse show. From there, get ready for some fun, as visitors can expect to see a diaper derby, pet show, various races, an all-ages carnival, bouncers for kids, paintball, face painting, and many exhibits featuring baking, handcrafts and sewing. Furthermore, there will be a trade show in the curling rink, food will be everywhere junk food and healthy food, McCall pointed out possibly a wrestling match in the evening and a horseshoe-throwing tournament. There is a lot of see and do throughout the whole day for families, said McCall. Fair organizers attempt to keep prices low so all families can attend. There is a minimal fee to enter the fair grounds. In the afternoon, there will be easy-listening music from Blue Country, a Fort Qu Appelle band that plays country and western. McCall encourages visitors to bring a lawn chair and grab a good spot in front of the stage. We hope to have a dunk tank, she added. That s always very popular. A silent auction will occur throughout the day until 4 p.m. All the money raised will go to scholarships to support Grade 12 students graduating high school. At 4:30 p.m. there will be a barbecue pork supper, with fireworks to close out the night. Normally the fireworks run for 20 to 30 minutes, but McCall hopes the fireworks last much longer in celebration of both the 150th anniversary of Confederation and the Ag Society and fair s 110th birthday. The planning always go on for at least a year, she said. We hardly finish one before we re planning for the next one. After the events on Friday, the weekend will be when the Ag Society and fair celebrate the organization s historic longevity and all those who have supported it. On Saturday, July 30, another pancake breakfast will kickoff the day. Class reunions are expected to take place during the day as former schoolmates re-connect and reminisce about their time together. Hundreds of classic cars from around Saskatchewan will descend upon the tiny village for an afternoon car show. Throughout the area, informal baseball games will be played, paintball activities will continue, while an antique tractor display might occur. On Saturday evening, a family dance will take place Continued on Page 21 Events at the Abernethy Fair include a diaper derby, pet show, equine activities, an all-ages carnival, bouncers for kids, paintball, face painting, and bench exhibits featuring baking, handcrafts and sewing. Karyn Bnry

20 ... Abernethy Fair 21 Continued from Page 20 in the curling rink with a DJ spinning tunes. On Sunday, July 30, an interdenominational church service will be held in the curling rink, which has a cement floor and can support many people. A collection will be taken during the service and all money collected will go toward the lunch costs. A free lunch will be provided afterward. The ag society vice-president has been running around organizing many activities, while Mayor Dallas Bailey is organizing the classic car show. Organizers hope to have food trucks on-site to feed all the people who come from outside the community for the car show and reunions. McCall and the agriculture society executive are extremely excited about this year s fair and celebrations. Much of the community and even those from outside it also volunteer for some part of the fair. This will be a bittersweet time for McCall, since this will be her last fair as president of the ag society. She has been president for almost 20 years. Ag society members also hope to have an entirely new executive for next year, since many of the current members are burned out. I m at the stage where I need to let someone else take over and I step back, she said. We need to get some fresh blood and ideas in here There will be a trade show in the curling rink and food everywhere at the 110th Abernethy Fair. We re fortunate we have people willing to step up and take over. McCall has been with the organization for more than 40 years. The role of president used to be a two-year obligation; almost every resident of Abernethy has taken the position at least once. The current vice-president and secretary live in Grand Coulee near Regina and drive an hour to attend meetings. My family used to help me when they were at home, she said. Now they have their own lives. McCall encourages everyone to attend the 110th Abernethy Fair, since there is much to see and do. With additional reunions occurring during the weekend, it s also a chance to visit with people not seen in many years. SKIES THE LIMIT FIREWORKS 100 s of items at less than retail! Shipping anywhere in Canada Credit Card Payments Contact: Joe Schmieder or Providing Wholesale & Retail Sales in the small Town of Grayson

21 22 Your family adventure awaits at Crooked Lake Few areas of Saskatchewan are as scenic as the Qu Appelle Valley and a great example of its splendour is Crooked Lake Provincial Park. The area features mixed prairie grass, groves of trembling aspen and patches of green ash and of course, the lake itself. The park is a Saskatchewan paradise from which to visit, explore and experience the breathtaking natural beauty, history and many activities in the Qu Appelle Valley. Visitors can choose from camping, picnicking, Weekend good times at Beef & Barley Bash Camp O Neill will be rocking from July 21 to 23 with the Beef and Barley Bash. As in the past, the bash features live music, a bike rally and burn out competition with a tire changer on site. For those interested in spending more than one day, there is camping on site, included in your $30 admission. There is food available from the concession and the good times always get better in the beer garden. Organizing committee member, Tyler Tranberg, is excited about this year s event. We have three bands this year, said Trandberg. The first night is Kashmir Kitten, the next afternoon is Forty Below and the last band of the weekend is No Country for Old Men. The weekend has become a tradition for many who reside near Round Lake and around the Qu Appelle Valley, and there s always something interesting going on. I m not sure exactly what year it started but it s been going since the eighties, Tranberg added. We ve already had quite a bit of interest this year and we could end up with more than 300 people, but we have a lot of room. There are also cabin rentals available on site. It s right in between Stockholm and Whitewood on Round Lake, Tranberg said. There is a bike rally, but anybody is welcome to come. It ll be a great time. For more information, contact Tranberg at At Home or at the Campground Our Services: Appliances Plumbing Winterizing Electrical Propane System Wheel Bearings Accessories And Much Much More P.O. Box 4, Grayson, SK S0A 1E0 fishing or water-related activities, golfing at Last Oak Golf Course three kilometres southeast, self-guided hiking, bicycling and photography. Nearby beaches on both Crooked Lake and Round Lake are perfect spots for sun worshippers to work on their tans. The day use area may be used for a picnic, a family barbecue and game of softball, or a variety of other activities as it is equipped with picnic tables, fire pits and a playground structure for the kids. If boating is part of your plans there is an excellent launch with a fish filleting building for successful anglers. Public boat docking is also available. Crooked Lake Provincial Park features electrified campsites and basic sites. To accommodate groups, the park boasts semi-private, non-electrified campsites and spacious tenting area. Reserving a site is now easier than ever with the user-friendly online reservation system at You can also book a campsite by calling The campground is picturesque and quiet, featuring a canopy of trees, plenty of understorey for privacy and many tranquil lakeside sites. The park s new service centre features modern, wheelchair-accessible washrooms and showers; there is a smaller service centre and clean washrooms located centrally in the campground. For more information visit call or A little farther east is Round Lake and Bird s Point Resort Village. With its lakeshore location, the village offers yearround attractions and events for the whole family including swimming, boating, fishing, excellent bird watching and much more. There is also a small campground with 11 sites for those who want to tent or stay in a camper. The Little Glass Hut Lebret, Sask. Crafts, Gifts and Stained Glass Hours: Thursday - Monday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call:

22 Lebret Art Show brightens valley with colour Paintings will fill the walls of Sacred Heart s basement as part of the Qu Appelle Valley Artists Lebret Art Show July 8 and 9. It will be the 45th year for the show and its popularity hasn t decreased. People from all over Saskatchewan come to view local creativity and purchase whatever catches their eye. Judith Hershmiller has been a member of the Lebret artist community for more than 20 years and she started oil painting as a teenager. When we moved to Melville I took a course in acrylic and that to me was almost like oils. I ll always be an oil painter. Now acrylic works for me because it looks like oil. That s where I m going because it s healthier. You re not working with turpentine and linseed oil and smelling all that, she said in a previous interview with the Fort Times. (The show) brings out the creativity in people, not only the painters but the people who enjoy the paintings. There are people who have come here for many, many years because they know it s an annual event and they can get their fix on all the art we have to offer in the valley, Hershmiller said. The show wouldn t be such a success without the visitors and Hershmiller extended a big thank you. I would just like to thank people that have come over 23 Shirley Fay-Mulloy, organizer, with Nancy Trapp, co-ordinator of the Lebret Art Show. Fay-Mulloy s gallery is on Highway 56 between Lebret and Katepwa at her home, a sign on her fence reads, Grandma s Garden Gallery. the years and supported us, because without them, we can paint and feel our inner fulfillment but we need somebody to come and say good job and I m glad that they ve come and supported us all these years. Hershmiller said the group would also participate in the Mid Summer s Art Festival this year. We re also glad to be back at the Visitor s Centre and are moving back in after July 10, she said. The art show will be taking place in the basement of Sacred Heart Church on July 8 and 9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. RICH IN HISTORY, STEEPED IN CULTURE Situated in RICH IN HISTORY, STEEPED IN CULTURE Situated the scenic in the Qu'Appelle scenic Qu Appelle Valley on Hwy Valley 56, on Lebret Hwy 56, sits Lebret alongside sits alongside Mission Lake Mission and Lake is home and to is the home impressive to the impressive fieldstone fi Sacred eldstone Sacred Heart Church. Heart Church. The landmark Stations of the Cross and The landmark Stations of the Cross and memorial chapel can be memorial chapel can be found on the side of the hill across found on the side of the hill across the highway overlooking Lebret. the highway Learn overlooking about the rich Lebret. heritage Learn and about legends the rich of the history region at the and Lebret heritage Museum in the region at the Lebret Museum. Visit one of of our our local local businesses: businesses: Route 56 Route family restaurant 56 Family Calling Restaurant Lakes Inn Calling The Little Lakes Glass InnHut Lebret Antiques The Little and Glass Collectibles Hut - Lebret Groceries-Too Antiques and Good Collectibles To Be Threw Lebret Groceries - Too Good To Be Threw SPONSORED BY THE VILLAGE OF LEBRET Call SPEND A DAY IN PARADISE Discover Lebret

23 24 Lots to discover on your adventure in Ituna Come and explore Ituna. There is a lot to see and do while visiting the community. Start your adventure by strolling down Main Street and enjoy Millennium Park, see a movie at the Ituna Theatre or a visit to the 1917 GAAR-Scott Steamer. Wander through CrossRoads Park, dedicated to the area s agricultural heritage. Across the street is Avena Gardens, an area filled with roses, lilac and shrubs. Avena Gardens is home to the Giant Oat Stem, signifying the birthplace of the Prairie Oat Growers Association. Your journey will continue on Main Street to the Community Fruit Orchard boasting 270 fruit trees. Keep travelling on Main Street and you will come to a walking/biking path that takes you to the regional park, which features a solar-heated junior Olympic-size swimming pool, electric campsites, baseball diamonds, a playground and a picturesque nine-hole, par 34 sand and grass greens golf course with a modern clubhouse. The park boasts electric and non-electric campsites, baseball diamonds, a playground and is home to the annual Canada Day celebrations. Each year the celebrations are filled with swimming, slo-pitch, fastball and volleyball tournaments, complete with great food, live music and fireworks. The Ituna Theatre is celebrating 70 years of business this July. Owners Doreen and Guy Carrier have made many improvements and upgrades, including a digital projector and many leather recliner seats. If you are a history buff, a must-see is the File Hills Post Office/Thompson Farm in the RM of Tullymet on Thompson Road, the Jewish Cemetery, St. Delphine s Métis Cemetery, Tullymet Yard and the many churches and schools in the area. Naturalists and hunters travel to Ituna from other provinces and the United States as the area is one of the best nesting grounds for waterfowl. In 2016, Ituna was the winner of the Gold National Communities in Bloom Award for communities under 4,500 people, a great accomplishment for a town of 700 people. The community s latest claim to fame was finishing in second spot to O Leary, PEI in the Kraft Hockeyville competition on April 1, Finishing second turned out well, as Ituna was awarded $100,000, which will be used for the construction of a new arena. Come and stay at the Ituna and District Regional Park, Ituna Motel or Ituna Hotel to enjoy everything Ituna has to offer. Visit for more details. Events calendar 2017 June-Aug Friday night golf with wings and ribs served June 4 Cash Golf Tournament June 10 Annual Community Garage Sale June 10 Swimming Pool opens for the season June 11 Minor ball tournament (T-ball to 14&under) June 25 Golf Tournament July 1 Canada Day Celebrations/slow pitch, fastball and The pretty town of Ituna is known for its colourful parades. volleyball Sept. 23 Ituna Fall Country Fair Tournaments at the Regional Park Jul 12-Aug 24 Children s Summer Fun Program July 16 Cash Golf Tournament July Swimming lessons Aug 7-11 Swimming lessons Aug.20 Cash Golf Tournament Oct. 29 St. Stanislaus Fall Supper Nov. 5 Sacred Heart Parish Fall Supper Nov. 18 Ituna and Area Annual Trade Fair Nov. 26 St. Stanislaus Polka mass Dec 19 Light up Ituna Family Fun Day 2018 Jan. 20 Beaver Hills Wildlife Federation Supper and Dance Jan RM Curling Bonspiel Feb.25 Sacred Heart Parish Telemiracle Pancake Breakfast Feb 2 to 4 Annual Ladies Curling Bonspiel Mar 19 to 24 Hog Wild Curling Bonspiel April Knights of Columbus Hawaii Dance and Draw April Annual Klenovee Lystky Dance Concert TOWN OF ITUNA Ituna Economic Development #7-1st Ave N.E PH FAX

24 Tee it up at east central Sask. golf courses 25 Melville Golf Course This summer, Melville s Golf Course started the season with nine of its 18 holes in operation, but it s expected that the entire track will be in play sometime in July. Due to the 2014 flood, the front nine of the course was closed to the public for the entire 2016 season for extensive repairs. After reshaping and reseeding fairways, as well as working on other areas damaged by water, the busy and popular area course should fully re-open this summer. The course is challenging, with almost half (eight) of the holes featuring a carry over water, and features treed fairways and a mix of large and small greens. Players have to be extremely careful with the out of bounds After suffering flood damage in 2014, the Melville Golf Course should fully re-open this summer. areas bordering the first five holes of the back nine. Par for the course is 70. Echo Ridge Golf Course, Fort Qu Appelle Echo Ridge Golf Course is situated in the resort town of Fort Qu Appelle in the heart of the beautiful Qu Appelle Valley. This nine-hole course offers manicured greens and fairways, a friendly staff, and a comfortable atmosphere. Known for great food and Friday Night Steak Nights, the licensed and newly renovated Upper Deck Restaurant welcomes golfers and public alike. Katepwa Beach Golf Club Nestled in the hills on the side of Lake Katewpa is the Katewpa Beach Golf Club. Elevated tees provide fantastic views and carts are readily accessible and available for those who prefer to ride through one of the province s most picturesque course. Adjacent to the Katepwa Beach Golf Club is a wonderful par-3 course with well-maintained grass greens. Playing this course is a great way to spend time with the entire family. Indian Head Golf and Country Club The Indian Head Golf and Country Club is a course that s ideal for golfers of any skill level. The nine-hole course features gently rolling fairways bordered by a variety of towering, mature prairie trees. For those that like to walk, they have pull carts available to rent and for those who like to golf in luxury, power carts are available to rent as well as golf clubs. Other area courses Another area course getting a facelift is Last Oak Golf and Country Club. The popular course, located in the Qu Appelle Valley near Crooked Lake saw extensive damage from floodwaters in 2014 and re-opened for a portion of last season. It s expected that Last Oak will be open this summer with over half of the 18 holes in play. The Esterhazy Golf Course is nestled in the picturesque valley between a residential area to the south and farmland to the north. The Esterhazy golf club offers both season memberships and green fees, and the Clubhouse is fully licensed. The Whitewood Golf and Country Club is a ninehole, grass green golf course located right in Whitewood. Well known for its high quality grass greens and incredibly reasonable prices, Whitewood Golf and Country Club offers a challenging and enjoyable experience that even the most avid golfer will enjoy. A thick growth of trees lining most fairways and strategically placed water hazards add to the challenge of this nine-hole course that features a licensed restaurant, pro shop, club rentals, power and pull cart rentals and a driving range. Chief Denton George Memorial Multiplex Located on the Ochapowace Nation FEATURES 1500 seat skating arena Ice for rent August Available during summer Ethan Bear Hockey School July 31- August 3 Ted Nolan Hockey School August Skills/conditioning camps Figure skating 500 seat hall for events Regulation sized gym Exercise room Full kitchen services Certified cooks Boardroom for people Internet For more information contact: Morley Watson, General Manager Phone: Cell:

25 26 Party in the Park Grayson s Party in the Park will be held on Sunday, Aug. 6. It features a tasty barbecue supper, a car show with concession, live music and activities for the kids.... Balcarres is active Continued from Page 12 April sees the Art Club host an art show on a rotation with the Fort Qu Appelle club and the Lions Club also holds an auction supper that month. In May, the town hosts a community garage sale day sponsored by the Balcarres Business Association with the Community in Bloom committee also hosting a hot dog and hamburger sale. Also in May the town s dance troupe, Wheatland Dance, hosts its annual showcase event. The annual Mud Bog race will be held June 24. Mid-October marks the town s fall fair and fall supper, complete with a craft show, kids fun, games of skill and other activities as well as the Broncs Hockey School and their round up and dance. Ituna Hwy. #15, Ituna Phone Prairie Co-op Kelliher Hwy. #15, Kelliher Phone Full Service Gas Bar 24-Hour Cardlock - Ituna Location Convenience Store Auto & Bottle Propane Tires & Tire Repairs Oil & Hardware Building Material & Lumber - Ituna Location Prairie Co-operative Ltd. YOU RE AT HOME HERE Armstrong CHARTERS Serving Whitewood and Melville areas 56 passenger bus & 48 passenger bus DOUG & SHARON ARMSTRONG Ph: Whitewood/Chacachas 16th Annual CCA/MRCA RODEO WHITEWOOD, SASKATCHEWAN AUGUST 11-13, 2017 CCA/MRCA Rodeo Performances Friday and Saturday evenings Junior Rodeo Saturday Wild Pony Races Beer Gardens - with entertainment Friday & Sat. nite Muttin Bustin Pancake Breakfast Cowboy Church Service Kids Bouncers Concessions Ranch Rodeo Sunday ADMISSION PRICES: Weekend Pass: $25.00 (Does not include rodeo dance) Day Pass: $ Years: $6.00/Day 6 & Under: FREE Ranch Rodeo Sunday

26 Start your holidays with a stop in Neudorf Only minutes from the beautiful Qu Appelle Valley, the community of Neudorf provides a cosy gateway to one of Saskatchewan s prime vacation spots, whether you re interested in fishing, camping, or hang-gliding. The nine-hole, par-34, sand green Neudorf Golf Course is well maintained and highly recommended. Residents created the Neudorf Nature Trails, where the annual Terry Fox Run is held; volunteers landscaped the Henry Taube Park, named after Neudorf s Nobel Prize winner. Whatever you may need on your vacation can be obtained in Neudorf, which offers a service station, grocery store, restaurant, liquor vendor, a hotel and beverage room. There s also a lot to do in the winter. In February the local Snoblazers Snowmobile Club holds a snowmobile derby. You can glide through the snow on cross-country ski trails cut through pasture land south of the school. A curling and skating rink also provides a lot in the way of entertainment and recreation for residents. Visit us online at vneudorf.wixsite.com/neudorf for more information and events. 27 The Neudorf Polka Fest will be held on July 8 from 2 to 10 p.m. Performers include Country Sunshine, and Len Gadica. For tickets or more information, please contact Calvin Ulmer at VILLAGE OF NEUDORF The Village of Neudorf has planned many attractions for the summer months. The Neudorf Golf Club will be hosting its annual golf tournament at the beginning of summer. Watch for posters. Neudorf will be hosting our Annual Polka Fest. We invite everyone to come and enjoy the fun that Neudorf has to offer this summer! is located on Highway 22, just minutes north of the beautiful Qu Apppelle Valley Featuring 3 sheet curling rink with artificial ice 7 well maintained fastball diamonds Boyle Place Challenging 9 hole sand green golf course Health & Social Centre Neudorf Community Hall Roadside Manor Senior Housing Skating Rink with natural ice Campsite Nature trails Parks Snowmobile trails Neudorf Fitness Centre Village of Neudorf Office Administrator: Crystal Campbell or Anne Redding Website: vneudorf.wixsite.com/neudorf Phone: Organizations Christ Lutheran Church Figure Skating Club Lions Club and Lions Park camping Minor Sports Club Neudorf 4-H Club Neudorf Bird Sanctuary Neudorf Community Hall Board Neudorf Fire Brigade Neudorf Golf Club Neudorf Housing Authority Neudorf Minor Sports Club Neudorf Serenity AA Group Neudorf Winter Sports Club North Valley Rhythmic Gymnastics Club North Valley Elementary (Neudorf) North Valley Gravel Travel Club North Valley High School (Lemberg) Parks & Recreation Board Snow Blazers Snowmobile Club Trinity Lutheran Church Businesses Canada Post Horizon Credit Union Liquor Vendor Franchise Maranatha Masonry & Construction Neudorf Co-op - Hardware/Garage Neudorf Hotel Neudorf Village Office NeuFoods Co-op CK Landscape Spraying Parkland Regional Library Piller Service Ltd. Randy s Appliance Repair RM of McLeod #185 Office RM of McLeod #185 Shop Sask Lottery Outlet STC Bus Ulmer s Greenhouse Waldbauer Music Lessons

27 28 Drive in or fly in for Lemberg s summer activities Lemberg is a friendly community of 275 tucked away on Highway 22 with something for everyone. Agriculture has been the cornerstone of the community since the days of early settlers such as W.R. Motherwell and later, James Gardiner. There is something for every season in Lemberg. In spring, Culture Shock provides area residents with adult drama a must to see and/or participate in. The annual Agri-Dinner is another popular event held in spring. This is always guaranteed to be a hit with excellent local and international entertainment. In summer and fall, Lemberg has much to offer from their campground and picnic grounds for travellers to trails and coulees that house a variety of birds and native wildlife for outdoors types. Lemberg also has the annual Lions Fly-in Breakfast, which is held in conjunction with the town s Show Your Ride car show on Aug. 13. Folks from all over are invited to bring their classic and antique cars to the Lemberg Friendship Seniors Centre for a chance to win prizes and bid at the auction table. Lemberg has an active winter recreation scene with plenty of snowmobiling, curling, minor hockey, figure skating and recreational hockey. The Show Your Ride car show will be held in downtown Lemberg on Aug. 13. The recreation centre boasts a two-lane bowling alley, pool tables, table tennis, shuffleboard and foosball. North Valley High School has the honor of being one of the most progressive schools in the province. Scholastic standards are high and technology is a key ingredient in the education program. For retirees in the community, Lemberg offers affordable housing and a First Responders group, which is highly trained and committed to the community. The faith community is represented by four churches: Catholic, Lutheran, Pentecostal and United. The town has two financial institutions, two cafes, a hotel and beverage room and a beauty salon. Come visit the friendly Town of Lemberg and enjoy the hospitality. Canada 150 The Lions Fly-in Breakfast is also on Aug. 13. PRAIRIE CO-OP FOOD STORE Lemberg Smoked Meats Groceries Produce Oil and Feed Lottery Terminal OPEN MONDAY - SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. PHONE We are at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site 3 km South of Abernethy or 9 km South of the Hwy 10 & 22

28 29 JOIN US! SYMPHONY UNDER THE SKY FESTIVAL AUGUST 26 JOIGNEZ-VOUS À NOUS! FESTIVAL SYMPHONIE SOUS LE CIEL LE 26 AOÛT Fees for enhanced services and events may apply. / Des frais pour les services enrichis et les événements peuvent s appliquer. Take advantage of free admission to all Parks Canada places in Profitez de l entrée gratuite à tous les lieux de Parcs Canada en 2017.

29 30 Arts council has entertaining season ahead The Melville Arts Council is gearing up for another exciting year of entertainment as part of its Stars for Saskatchewan concert series for All performances take place at Melville Community Works. The first act scheduled as part of the series is Memory Lane, a tribute band dedicated to playing music from the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Memory Lane will have audiences dancing in the aisles and singing along to all the classics they know and love from that era, such as Buddy Holly, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Roy Orbison, Doris Day, The Platters and many more. This will be an intimate evening with award-winning vocalist Stephen Maguire and piano player David Fong. Memory Lane performs in Melville on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. The second act to grace the stage at Community Works is Sweet Alibi. Hailing from what has been described as the music capital of Canada Winnipeg WCMA award winner Sweet Alibi has captivated audiences with its charming and personal Baber s Pharmasave Sweet Alibi performs in Melville on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. performances. With three releases, more than 360 shows across Canada, 33-plus festival performances and numerous radio performances and interviews, Sweet Alibi is fast becoming a well-known folk/roots/pop group. Tom Power of CBC Radio 2 describes Sweet Alibi this way: If Mumford and Sons and the Supremes had a love child, it would be named Sweet Alibi. This is a fitting characterization for a group that blends soulful and powerful vocal harmonies with the sincerity of folk and the foot stomping energy of roots. Sweet Alibi performs in Melville on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. More information about them can be found at The final act of the Melville Arts Council s concert series is the Derina Harvey Band, an Edmonton-based Celtic rock ensemble whose mission is to provide entertainment that is engaging, energetic and fun. This lively band of transplanted East coasters delivers entertaining performances injected with a dose of humour from their fearless leader, Derina Harvey. Harvey s passion for storytelling through song is supported by a band of accomplished musicians who bring the songs of Eastern Canada and the Celtic repertoire to life. The Derina Harvey Band performs in Melville on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. More information about them can be found at The early bird deadline to purchase a ticket package is June 30. Adults will pay $50, children would be $25 and seniors and students would pay $45. After the early bird deadline, season tickets are $60, $30 and $55, respectively. Single tickets purchased at the door would cost $25, $10 and $20, respectively. It s a bargain to buy a package, said Joe Kirwan with Melville Arts Council. Otherwise, people will pay more if they simply purchase tickets at the door. The Melville Arts Council usually chooses its artists with the size of the Community Works venue in mind. The average cost for the council to bring in each artist is around $2,600, said Kirwan. The season was the first year they broke even. The Melville Arts Council s mandate is to promote arts and culture in the community, he said. The event is subsidized if it doesn t make money. Besides the concert series, the arts council also holds an annual dinner theatre. This year s event is Nov. 16 to 18 at Community Works. OPEN: Monday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Balcarres, SK Phone Toll FREE VITAMINS SUPPLEMENTS HERBS GLUTEN FREE, SUGAR FREE & LOW CARB FOODS HEALTH BOOKS ORGANIC BODY CARE BULK, NATURAL & ORGANIC FOODS ESSENTAIL OILS & DIFFUSERS HIMALAYAN SALT LAMPS SHISHLIKI GRAYSON SAUSAGE MONDAY IS SENIOR S DAY FIRST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH IS POWER TUESDAY 320 Broadway St., W., Yorkton, Sk. Ph.: (306) Fax: (306)

30 Exciting entertainment at Painted Hand Casino With more than 43,000 square feet of space, 250 slot machines, six live table games and a fully licensed lounge and restaurant, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the Painted Hand Casino. Conveniently found at 510 Broadway Street in Yorkton, the casino is located near the intersection of Highways 10 and 52. The building offers plenty of parking and many nearby amenities for visitors passing through or exploring the community. Painted Hand s Legends Restaurant, an 80-seat licensed venue, offers a full range of dining options in an atmosphere rich with aboriginal art and culture. From battered mushrooms to the bison bannock burger to Indian tacos, there are many choices on the menu to satisfy almost everyone s taste buds. The Parkland Room is a multi-purpose setting for all kinds of entertainment. While Legends Restaurant provides the food and alcoholic offerings, ticket holders for the casino s many shows enjoy top-notch entertainment in style and comfort. This year, scheduled shows include Travellin Band-CCR tribute on June 2; the annual Painted Hand Casino powwow on June 3 and 4; Constant Reminder on June 20; Cruise Weekend Sensational Hot Rods on July 14 and 15; Thunder from Down Under on Aug. 4. Go online to the Painted Hand s online box office at for updated listings, to purchase tickets and to view upcoming entertainment, or call for pickup anywhere in Yorkton. Regular casino patrons might considering becoming a Players Club member to receive cash back rewards and points redeemable for cash, free coffee 31 and soft drinks while playing, entries into draws and special giveaways, plus invitations to members-only events. Register for the Players Club at guest services on your next visit. The Painted Hand Casino is open Sunday to Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. and Wednesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m. Legends Restaurant is open Sunday to Wednesday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Thursday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. The casino offers a shuttle service from TJ s/ Highway 10 C-Store from Sunday to Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. and Wednesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. Shuttles depart at the top of every hour.

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