CLOSED – The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) remains closed to the public until such time as it is safe and practical to open while also adhering to the provincial Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan. Museums are included as part of Phase Four, Part II of the Re-Open Plan. Assuming that Phase Four has been met, the SSHF is targeting September 1 to re-open the exhibit galleries to the public. Summer programming has all shifted to online delivery. Staff remains available via their personal emails and general requests or questions can be sent to [email protected]×
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame would like to extend a sincere thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors. The planning and execution of our three exciting 50th anniversary projects would not be possible without all of their support.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Sheila Kelly, [email protected] or 306-780-9232.
Saskatchewan has the second highest rate in Canada of people who live with a disability at 14.5%. Sport can play an important role in the lives of people with a disability by being part of a healthy lifestyle and providing access to a social network and peer support while developing self-discipline and positive self esteem. Sask Sport Inc. is investing in these two programs because we believe all people, regardless of ability, should be given the chance to participate in sport activities.
Who is eligible to apply?
Local or community clubs/organizations can apply with the endorsement of an Sask Sport Inc. Active/Affiliate member; a provincial sport organization or a district. Active or Affiliate members of Sask Sport Inc. who are on the eligibility list of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund.
What is the source of funding?
The program is made possible through the financial contributions from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation and is administered through Sask Sport Inc.
What is the approval process & application deadlines?
There are two application deadlines April 15th and October 15th. Once the applications have been received an adjudication committee will meet to determine the recipients. Approximately 6 weeks after the deadline, organizations will be informed of the status of their application.
How do I apply?
It’s really easy, download an application form at: www.sasksport.sk.ca/adaptiveSport.php and provide as much detail as possible, answering each of the planning questions. Submit the application prior to the application deadlines of April 15 & October 15 of each year.
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that Watt’s Electric Co. Ltd. is the first sponsor of our Hometown Heroes program which launched September 1 on Rawlco Radio’s Z99.
There are presently 498 inductees, or hometown heroes, from 53 sports who have been installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. These individuals and teams represent more than 130 communities throughout the province and each one has an incredible and interesting story to tell. It is these stories that form the basis for our Hometown Heroes project which features one-minute radio vignettes.
Hometown Heroes will provide the listening audience with engaging stories about many of our honoured members which is designed to heighten awareness of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and our inductees, drive traffic to our website, and ultimately increase visitation to our physical site.
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is thrilled to have the support of Watt’s Electric as we share Saskatchewan’s sporting Hometown Heroes.
We continue to add content from the 2014 Induction Dinner to our website. The latest addition is a PDF version of the souvenir program featuring the pencil portraits produced for each of our athlete & builder inductees. Our portrait artist is Colleen Kramer Dahlstrom and the artwork is sponsored by Molson Coors Canada.
We would also like to acknowledge and thank our many other sponsors who helped to make the Induction a huge success.