Global Saskatoon is proud to be a partner of the following events.
The Draggins Car Show is April 19 & 20 at Prairieland Park. Checkout over 200 outstanding hot rods, customs and special interest vehicles. A must-see at this year’s show will be the 2018 Detroit Autorama Ridler Award Winning Custom ‘57 Chevy.
For more information visit draggins.com.
The SREDA Forum is April 25 at TCU Place. Over 400 business and community leaders will gather to share insights, find inspiration, make connections and identify opportunities and challenges for growth in the local economy.
For tickets and more information visit sreda.com.
Come together with BPW (Business and Professional Women) Saskatoon on May 2nd at the Remai Modern for a dynamic evening featuring live body painting by local artist Kreative Mum, sponsored by TCU Wealth Management, and internationally known Canadian comedian, Erica Sigurdson as she provides her hilarious take on what it’s like to be a woman in 2019, sponsored by PWC Canada. All proceeds go towards creating meaningful change and new opportunities for mature and indigenous women through BPW Saskatoon’s educational bursary program.
For tickets and more information visit BPWSaskatoon.com.
The Ladyballs Show & Tell, and evening of the arts, is May 3 at TCU Place. Take action against ovarian cancer by joining the Ladyballs Show & Tell to raise funds for the advancement of research, advocacy efforts and support programs for all those living with ovarian cancer. This year, the Show & Tell features a live musical performance by Michèle Dubois, followed by entertainment by Andrew Kinakin.
For tickets and more information visit LadyBallsShowAndTell.ca.
Author and Youth Advocate Marnie Grundman will tell her story of a childhood lost on May 8th, 2019 at the Broadway Theatre in Saskatoon. Marnie is the author of MISSING, the true story of her survival on the streets as a runaway that, against all odds, led to a life of healing, triumph and the power of the human spirit.
“Once upon a time I was a missing child, a child of the streets. I began running away at the age of five after my mother dropped me out of a two-story window for financial gain. Two broken arms later I was sent to live with my grandparents…the creators of my mother. I spend the rest of my child hood running.”
For more information and to purchase tickets visit childfind.sk.ca. Marnie’s book, MISSING, will also be available for purchase following the event.
The YWCA Women of Distinction Awards Dinner is May 14th at TCU Place. The Annual Women of Distinction Awards are a celebration of the best in women’s achievements across industry, culture and public service, honouring ordinary women for their extraordinary contributions to the Saskatoon community.
Funds raised every year through the Women of Distinction Awards Dinner support the YWCA Saskatoon services, touching the lives of thousands of women and children right here in our community.
For more information visit ywcasaskatoon.com.
Soroptimist’s Hometown Her’oes is May 30th at Louis’ on campus (University of Saskatchewan Campus). Saskatoon will recognize 5 local HERoes, women who have achieved a dream that helps the community. The evening will also award this year’s 3 Live Your Dream Award recipients – women with a dream to achieve their education and improve their lives.
For tickets or more information visit eventbrite.ca.
The Nutrien Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan is June 1st-4th at Rotary Park. There is something for everyone; music, games, dancing, art and so much more! Bring the whole family for this 4 day hands-on festival!
For more information visit nutrienchildrensfestival.com.
The Word on the Street, Saskatoon’s book and magazine festival is June 9th on Broadway Avenue from 10am-5pm. This free public festival strives to celebrate the written word and the spoken word through books, magazines, newspapers, blogs, graphic novels and the numerous ways words are used to tell stories, share information and affect change.
Authors this year include: Andrew Coppolino (Farm to Table), Grant Lawrence (Dirty Windshields: The Best and the Worst of the Smugglers Tour Diaries), Sarah Weinman (The Real Lolita: The Kidnapping of Sally Horner and the Novel that Scandalized the World), Ann Hui (Chop Suey Nation: The Legion Cafe and Other Stories from Canada’s Chinese Restaurants), Suzanne Methot (Legacy: Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing) & Sarah O’Leary (Owls Are Good at Keeping Secrets).
For more information visit thewordonthestreet.ca.
The Saskatoon ZOOGALA is Friday, June 14 at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo. Enjoy a unique event featuring exquisite dining by the best Saskatoon Chefs, musical entertainment, and the stars of the evening – the resident animals. Tour the beautiful Zoo grounds, visit the animals, and enjoy a truly unique evening.
For tickets and more information visit SaskatoonZooFoundation.ca.