Diamond Girls’ Diamond Anniversary: 75 Years of the AAGPBL

Curator’s Statement: The history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League is brief but its legacy is immeasurable. For the first time female athletes could compete and be just as popular and successful as the men. It proved that women’s Read more →

Our Recent Acquisitions

Come in and enjoy our latest exhibit, Our Recent Acquisitions, showcasing donations that we have received throughout the past 12 months. An extensive Saskatchewan Roughriders collection from Taylor Field as well as countless Regina Pats artifacts highlight this incredible exhibit. Read more →

On the Ice and Without a Stick

Saskatchewan is well known for its hockey stars, but Saskatchewan is known for other sports on ice as well. There’s the velocity and power of speed skating, the grace and technique of figure skating, and we can’t forget about the Read more →

Touchdowns & Fumbles

Saskatchewan Roughrider fans will love our latest exhibit! On display until October 10, 2017 is a unique look at the Roughriders championship years. From the early tribulations of the Regina Roughriders to their most recent successes, and everything in between, Read more →

Hands Full

Curator’s Statement: In the pursuit of greatness you have to train your body and you have to master your equipment. Knowing your rifle can mean the difference between a bull’s-eye and nothing. A well strung racquet can keep a ball Read more →

The Stories of Indigenous Athletes: Rights and Wrongs

On display until September 2, 2017 is a celebration of the accomplishments made by our Indigenous inductees. This exhibit was initially inspired by the recent acquisition of the Balfour Redman collection from Balfour Collegiate in Regina. Some items from this Read more →

“Native Kids Ride Bikes”

We are thrilled to have Dylan Miner’s project, “Native Kids Ride Bikes” on display until January 23. To learn more about this collaborative effort, please read the artist statement below: The MacKenzie Art Gallery, in partnership with the Dunlop Art Read more →

Those Who Served: Sportsmen in Our Armed Forces

Sport and the military have much in common. They both teach leadership, team work and discipline. The SSHF has many inductees who proudly served their country. Did their experience in the military shape their sporting career or vice-versa? This exhibit Read more →