Update on the status of satellite halls of fame across the province

The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and its administrative offices are closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here is an update on the status of the 11 satellite halls located throughout the province:

Humboldt & District Sports Hall of Fame (closed to the public until April 30)

Moose Jaw & District Sports Hall of Fame (Mosaic Place is closed to the public indefinitely)

North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame (closed until further notice)

Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame (the Art Hauser Centre is closed to the public indefinitely)

Regina Sports Hall of Fame (The Cooperators Centre in Evraz Park is closed to the public indefinitely.) Please visit their web site

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame (the museum is closed to the public, but their office is still being staffed)

Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame (Sask Sport building is closed to the public.) Please visit their web site

Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame (closed until the City of Saskatoon facilities they are located in re-open.) Please visit their web site

Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame (closed to the public.) Please visit their web site

Turner Curling Museum, Weyburn (all City of Weyburn facilities are closed to the public indefinitely)

Yorkton and District Sports Hall of Fame (The Gallagher Centre is closed and all meetings specific to their organizational restructuring are postponed until further notice)