Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation Inc.
Recognized Recreational Professional
We are proud to announce that our Community Consultant, Crystal Longman, was one of the seven Recreational Professionals to be recognized by the Saskatchewan Association of Recreational Professionals (SARP) during 2020 Recreational Professionals Week. Crystal has been heavily involved in her community and the recreation profession for the past 15 years.

Crystal believes “Recreation is vital because it adds to one’s quality of life. It encourages healthy living and provides a sense of belonging and community. After months of social distancing and the cancellation of many events this year, I know I have missed/am missing/and will miss my favorite activities like attending sport events and powwows. Recreation is such a large part of our social lives. While I appreciated being able to go out and do things before, I don’t think I understood how important it was to my overall well-being until I was housebound and couldn’t do anything. I imagine this awareness is similar to many Saskatchewan residents.”
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Does your community have any projects planned for October, November, or December? Our Community Engagement Development and Program Grant might be able to provide some financial assistance. Check it out here and submit your application before August 15, 2020.  
Keeping You in the Know
Did you submit your follow up for the Saskatchewan Lotteries - Community Grant Program that is due on June 30th ? It was for the grant year April 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020. ALL projects and ALL purchase receipts must be dated between the above dates.
For more information, please contact:
Lisa Hodnefield
Trust Coordinator, Sask Sport Inc.
Phone: (306) 780-9344  Fax: (306) 781-6021
With the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan underway, now is the time for museums to plan the next steps in order to re-open to the public and maintain a safe and healthy environment for staff, volunteers, and visitors. Considerations When Re-Opening Museums  endeavors to outline in board terms the four stages of re-opening museums to the public and encouraging museums to think through what each step will mean for them. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Durham, Museums Advisor at . You can download the Considerations When Re-Opening Museums guide by clicking here.
Keep Up To Date with Information about
Re-Opening Saskatchewan's Recreation Facilities
SaskCulture has assembled a list of links to help keep you, and your organizations informed about the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click on their Response Updates page as it has been revamped to help you find the information you need during this time.
Every Place, A Story
Saturday, July 4 through August 2020
Hosted by the National Trust for Canada


Indoors, Outdoors, & Online
Sept 25 - Oct 25, 2020

Dates to Note
*  Sask in Motion - follow their website & social media

* Saskatchewan Views the Global Pandemic: Virtual Collecting at the WDM: Help the WDM record this moment in history by contributing to Saskatchewan Views the Global Pandemic online. The WDM would like to see photographs from as many people and places as possible. Visit to share your Saskatchewan story

*   Heritage Saskatchewan Virtual Heritage Fair - c heck out the Winners!

* Wellbeing Wednesdays - Saskatchewan Index of Wellbeing
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Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation Inc.
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