Indigenous exhibit

The Stories of Indigenous Athletes: Rights and Wrongs

On display until May 15, 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 →


Racing for the Rings: Saskatchewan at the Summer Olympics

In August, 2016 our Canadian summer athletes will be going for the gold in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Once again we will be showcasing Saskatchewan’s Olympic champions of the past as we anxiously follow our current athletes’ progress in Rio. Read more →


For the Fans, by the Fans

Our Gallery 3 has changed once again! On display until June 30, 2016 will be a dedication to the fan culture of sport. Sport has always fueled the creative spirit of popular culture, be it through the fans or the Read more →

Breakaway Poster FINAL

Breakaway with Minor Hockey

Hockey fans will love our newest exhibit! On display for the next four months is a tribute to minor hockey in Saskatchewan. From the Prairie Junior Hockey League to the Western Hockey League and World Juniors, get ready for the Read more →


Dedication to Sport – 2015

On Thursday, April 16th, President, Trent Fraser, and Induction Celebrations Chair, Linda Burnham, announced the seven inductees who will become the newest members of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, to be enshrined as part of the Class of 2015. The Read more →


Chalk, Wheat and Diamonds: Saskatchewan ‘Ball

For the next four months we pay tribute to some of Saskatchewan’s favourite summer sports – baseball, softball and fastball – in the exhibit, Chalk, Wheat and Diamonds: Saskatchewan ‘Ball. Check out the exhibit highlights: How these sports developed from Read more →

Curl Exhibit 2

For Those About To Rock – Women’s Curling In Saskatchewan

For Those About to Rock is now open. This exhibit is a celebration of women’s curling in Saskatchewan over the years highlighted with items from our vast curling collection, in addition to some on loan from the Turner Curling Museum Read more →