Want something to do with your children this summer? Want to learn more about your favourite Saskatchewan sports and how to keep active? Then join our Creative Active Champions program!
You and your children will get a tour of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, get active on our multisport simulator, adaptive curling rink, STEM Interactive Gallery sponsored by SaskTel, and play some outdoor games in Victoria Park.
After a fun-filled session, each participant leaves the program with a package containing one or two pieces of play equipment to encourage continued activity while supplies last.
The program is offered twice daily, Monday to Friday, from 10-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-3 p.m. Creating Active Champions runs from July 4 to August 19, 2022.
The program is for children aged 4-12. We encourage a donation of $1 for each participant and adult chaperones must be present at all times. All individuals and groups must pre-register. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
To register or for more information, please contact Vickie Krauss at (306) 780-9232 or email [email protected]
Creating Active Champions is led by Kyle and Sebastian. You can watch them demonstrate some of the interactive games that are part of the program and learn some of their Fanfare facts on our social media channels.
A special thank you to our Creating Active Champions sponsors Community Initiatives Fund and Sask Lotteries.
If you are looking for a unique gift for the sports lover or history buff on your Christmas list, we might have just what you’re looking for. A membership to the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is a great way to stay informed about our exhibits and programming. Your support allows us to continue the work of celebrating and preserving Saskatchewan’s rich sport heritage.
Education Coordinator Vickie Krauss hosts a virtual field trip with three classrooms.
In the past year, our generous supporters, partners, and sponsors have allowed us to renovate our exhibit galleries. Our Hall of Fame gallery features new displays of our inductees, while our STEM Gallery sponsored by SaskTel brings the role of science, technology, engineering, and math to life for students and young visitors through interactive displays. These improvements would not be possible without the support of our members. We have also been able to offer our Creating Active Champions program, virtual field trips with schools, a virtual pen pal program connecting our inductees with schools and students, and our Women in Sport panel discussions.
With your continued support, we are excited to offer a new virtual tour experience of our latest exhibit, Prairie Pride: A History of Saskatchewan Football. In addition, in the coming year we are looking to digitize some of our collection of 35mm film prints of vintage Saskatchewan Roughrider and Canadian Football League footage so that it will be more accessible for us to share with the public. Your membership helps make these projects – and many more – a reality.
Local delivery in Regina of a membership certificate is available up until December 18 for Christmas gifting. Any membership purchased before December 31, 2020 is 100% tax-deductible on your 2020 tax return.