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Prairier Lily

June 19th, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Discover Saskatoon from the South Saskatchewan River on The Prairie Lily Riverboat as we cruise through the Meewasin Valley taking in the beauty of our living river, our friendly city, and our expansive prairie sky.

SRC

June 19th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Visit the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) and tour the Nuclear Tech Bay interactive space to learn more about SRC’s capabilities, strategic goals and how they will pioneer microreactors in Saskatchewan.
 
The SRC tour includes hands-on displays and a full-size model (non-operational) of the eVinci™ microreactor that SRC intends to license and demonstrate in Saskatchewan by the end of the decade. Fedourk Description: This tour will include an overview of the Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation followed by a tour of our Cyclotron Wing (with the accelerator, hot cells and GMP-compliant clean spaces for pharmaceutical production), and the Innovation Wing (nuclear applications labs, with SPECT/PET/CT imagers, radiochemistry equipment and the Phytosuite, our plant lab)

Fedoruk

June 19th, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Only a tour of Fedoruk - The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation was established in 2011 to help place Saskatchewan among global leaders of nuclear research, development and training.
 
We invest in partnerships with academia and industry for maximum societal and economic benefit. We fund research projects in nuclear topics, support new faculty positions, operate a top-quality cyclotron facility as a user-accessible resource for nuclear imaging science and training, and provide advice on nuclear topics.
 
The Fedoruk Centre aspires to create conditions for respectful conversations about nuclear technology, and open new opportunities for economic activity in Saskatchewan’s nuclear sector.

Pedal Pub

June 17th, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

The Downtown YXE tour will take guests on an exciting ride into the inner city of Saskatoon. The tour showcases beautiful architecture of the downtown region along with stretches where guests get to pedal along the river while enjoying a beverage! The tour will stop at two of Saskatoon’s most valued pubs. These locations offer a range of food, drink specials, and beautiful patio seating.

Yoga

June 17th,18th,19th 7:00 AM - 7:30 AM

Grounding Yin Yoga Class (30 minutes)
We'll begin our practice with guided breathing to help calm the mind and feel more present in the moment. This will be followed with a sequence of poses that are held for 2-5 minutes each to actively stretch a targeted area of the body. We'll close our practice with a short guided meditation to feel ready to embrace what the day has to offer. Various options are provided for each pose so you can choose what feels best for you. All yoga equipment is provided. All ages, all flexibilities, and beginners welcome!

Black Fox Distillery

June 17th, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Black Fox Farm and Distillery was created to reconnect people with where their drink comes from. Located in the heart of the Canadian prairies, acres of grain, fruit, and flowers are harvested and distilled into exceptional gin and whisky to tell the story of terroir, passion, and commitment to excellence.
Recognized as producers of the World’s Best Cask Gin and Top Whiskies of the World, Black Fox unites agriculture with distilling to share with you our love of the land and the bounty that comes from it. As fifth generation farmers, our expertise ensures that the highest quality ingredients are grown in the most sustainable methods that are best for the land. We are very proud to care for the entire process from seed to sip. The result? World-class spirits from our hands to yours.

Wanuskewin

June 18th, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

 
This tour features sections of the exhibits that touch on gifts from the land, language, clothing and regalia, archaeology, beading and trade, bison, and Treaty 6. Wanuskewin, the nēhiyawēwin (Plains Cree) word roughly translated as 'seeking peace of mind' has been a sacred site and gathering place for more than 6,400 years. Together, we work to advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains Indigenous peoples.
 
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a National Historic Site, and Proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site. This land has been a gathering place for all Nations of the Northern Plains to meet for trade, for hunting and for ceremony. This tradition continues today as Wanuskewin has been a global gathering place for the past thirty years, welcoming guests from all corners of the world.
The tour will involve a walking tour of the park including the buffalo viewing platform with further time to explore and check out the gift shop.
 
 

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