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News and Events


May 24, 2019 - We're looking for a Project Coordinator for the Living in SK Youth Storytelling Project! Learn more...

May 8, 2019 - Check out the proposed 2019 amendments to our Constitution & Bylaws! Learn more...

April 24, 2019 - Join us in Regina for our Annual Gathering! Learn more...

April 16, 2019 - Become a Friend of the Trail! Learn more...

April 16, 2019 – We are moving to a new office (yes, again)! Learn more...

March 12, 2019 – Join us for the Living in SK Storytelling Project Final Celebration! Learn more...

July 23, 2018 – We are part of "Let's Talk: Navigating Safe Discussions on Racism" July 26 in Saskatoon! Learn more...

April 26, 2018 – Join us for a historic trolley tour of Saskatoon! Click here...

April 25, 2018 – Register for the SHFS conference before May 12 to get early bird rates! Click here...

April 20, 2018 – We are moving to a new office! Learn more...

March 7, 2018 – Read the SHFS Press Release on Reconciliation and re-evaluating Prairie History. Learn more...

February 12, 2018 – The documentary film of Yee Clun's Lost Story is out! Learn more...

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Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society

, a heritage organization in Saskatchewan, Canada. We support the sharing of history stories and storytelling. We publish Folklore Magazine which publishes Sask writers who are interested in writing personal experiences of the SK past. The Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society has historic photo collections, including the Everett Baker photos and the Adrian Paton photos, both of which have photos relating to Indigenous peoples and culture, which we are working to make accessible as part of our Truth and Reconciliation work. The Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society also has oral histories. We attempt to answer the question "what is Folklore" and provide information on intangible cultural heritage and living heritage. We have trails and historical plaques programs. We have marked the Wood Mountain to Fort Walsh trail. We seek to promote intercultural understanding through the sharing of stories and memories. We offer heritage awards and a teacher lesson plan for the Adrian Paton travelling exhibit.