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3 Things to Do in Saskatoon This Winter

  • November 22, 2021

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Full Moon Hike 

Taking place on December 16, this event hosted by Back2Nature Wellness aims to “harness the power of the moon” to stay active and help boost your immune system. During the guided hike through a local trailhead, participants will learn about the rhythmic energy of the full moon and what it represents and can offer. There will also be oracle card readings available. 

2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials

Described as the “most important event in Canadian curling,” the 2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials sees men’s and women’s teams competing to represent Canada at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing. Held at the Sask Centre from November 28-28, 2021, the trials will also feature entertainment and live music. 

BHP Enchanted Forest

Since it launched in 1999, BHP Enchanted Forest is known to be one of the longest-running Christmas light shows in Canada. Along with being a great holiday activity to enjoy with your loved ones, the Enchanted Forest also serves to raise funds for Saskatoon Zoo Foundation and the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation. and has raised more than $5,000,000.00 to date. The show is a drive-in event, keeping in mind the COVID-19 provincial safety regulations, and visitors can enjoy a variety of enchanting light displays from the comfort and safety of their own vehicle. It’s on now until January 9, 2022.

 

Home Inn and Suites Saskatoon South are conveniently located, close to the city’s best winter and Christmas activities. Along with our central-local, our Saskatchewan hotel features comfortable, stylish, and beautifully appointed hotel rooms and suites outfitted with inclusive amenities including luxury linens and Keurig K-pod coffee makers. Make your reservations today.

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