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Cherrydale Golf & Campground
Four miles east on Highway # 10, 2 miles south and 1 mile east, mailing Address: Box 187 Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7
Telephone: 306-786-6877 Fax: 306-782-7156
12 electrical sites, 6 non-electric sites. Amenities include family recreation for all ages; driving range; ball diamond, horseshoes; 2400-yard golf course with irrigated greens and tee box, miniature golf course. Close to major shopping centre. Firewood, picnic tables, recreation program. shower house, and telephone.
Crystal's Mini Putt
18 Hole Mini Golf
2 KM south of Queen Street on York Lake Road. (Close to York Lake Regional Park.)
Deer Park Municipal Golf Course
Intersection of Highways 52 and 10A Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3
Situated on the west of Yorkton on Highway 52 on rolling, heavily wooded terrain, a beautiful setting any golfer can enjoy. Deer Park is one of Saskatchewan's top-ranked 18 hole championship golf courses with water, sand and multiple tee areas that compliment the already challenging terrain. Available to help you enjoy your golf experience are a full service driving range, rental equipment, electric power carts and a fully stocked pro shop with CPGA Professionals. The course also offers lounge, restaurant, concession and beverage cart services for the golfing public. Deer Park must be played to be truly appreciated.
Free My Muse Theatre Co.
165 Broadway Street West, Yorkton, SK, S3N 0M5
Telephone: 306-782-MUSE (6873)
Free My Muse Theatre Company is a theatre studio offering acting, drama and movement classes and productions for students of all ages. We create the opportunity for imaginative exploration, confidence building and creative awareness through Theatre and Drama.
Godfrey Dean Art Gallery
49 Smith Street East Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4
Telephone: 306-786-2992 Fax: 306-782-2767
Web site: www.deangallery.ca
Check our web site for gallery hours. The Godfrey Dean Art Gallery curates, exhibits and promotes the work of provincial and national contemporary artists.
Painted Hand Casino
510 Broadway Street West Yorkton, SK S3N 3P3
Telephone: 306-828-3006 Fax: 306-786-7774
Web site: www.paintedhandcasino.ca
Open Sunday to Tuesday 9 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Wednesday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 a.m. Black jack, progressive jackpots, slot machines, poker, and more. Restaurant and multi-purpose Parkland Room available for booking meetings, conventions, weddings and other events.
Parkland Outdoor Show & Expo
Box 3097 Melville SK S0A 2P0
Contact: Darren Wandy, President
Outdoor show for hunting, fishing and all things related to outdoor pursuits.
Sonja Pawliw's Healing and Meditation Garden
95 Wellington Avenue Yorkton, SK S3N 1Y1
Come and relax in a peaceful garden of flowers, running water and music, in the presence of many angels. In the evening the lights create a magical serenity and peace.
Sunflower Arts and Craft Show
With more than 180 different craft and art exhibitors, the show has something to suit everyone’s tastes. Crafters from all over Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia travel to Yorkton to take part in this annual event every September. To learn more about Sunflower, contact the Yorkton Arts Council at 783-8722.
Western Development Museum
Highway 16A West Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6; mailing address: Box 98 Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6
Contact: Susan Mandziuk
Telephone: 306-783-8361 Fax: 306-782-1027
Web site: www.wdm.ca
The Yorkton Western Development Museum recreates the times and styles of the many immigrants who settled in Western Canada. Depicted are scenes, which illustrate the cultural roots of these people. Outdoors, the challenge of turning sod is demonstrated in the line-up of agricultural equipment, which includes the gigantic Twin City gas tractor, one of only two in North America! Events held at the museum include: Canada Day on July 1; Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebrations, as well as many others.
Yorkton Bowl Arena
49 Broadway Street East Yorkton, SK S3N OK6
Telephone: 306-783-5183 Fax: 306-783-5183
League bowling for children and adults. Recreational bowling for all ages. Licensed facility with glow bowling.
Yorkton Dream Centre
244 Myrtle Avenue Yorkton Sk S3N 1T4
Community indoor playground. It features 5 large bouncers (air filled) plus other toys for kids of all ages.
York Lake Golf and Country Club
Located south-west of Yorkton on Highway 10 across from the weigh scales, Mailing address: Box 27 Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6
Offers a driving range, practice green, club house, pro shop, along with clubs, pull carts and motor carts. an excellent junior program is offered as well as Men’s and ladies’ nights and seniors’ mornings. The club believes in customer service and satisfaction.
York Lake Regional Park
4 km south of Yorkton on paved road; mailing address: Box 1166 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3
Telephone: 306-782-7080 Fax: 306-782-6507
Open May 15 to Sept. 30. Regional Park equipped with a 36 site campground, 18 hole golf course, ball diamond complex, gun range, skeet and black powder range, playground and lake with boat launch.
Yorkton Exhibition Association
455 Broadway Street West; mailing address: Box 908 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X1
Telephone: 306-783-4800 Fax: 306-782-4919
Bringing friends and neighbours together! The Yorkton Exhibtion Association offers year-round activities and events for all to enjoy, including the annual summer fair in early July.
Yorkton Film Festival
49 Smith Street East Yorkton, SK S3N OH4
Telephone: 306-782-7077 Fax: 306-782-1550
Web site: www.yorktonfilm.com
Yorkton Film Festival is an annual competition for short film and video. The best production in various categories wins the prestigious Canada's Golden Sheaf Award.
Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame & Museum
Located at Gallagher Centre, West Broadway Street
Janice Zwirsky: (306) 621-4095
Darren Spelay: (306) 621-4290
Come and see Yorkton's rich sporting history. The Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame strives to preserve its motto. "Hometown Heroes". Since 1994, the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame & Museum has inducted 79 Athletes/Builders and 17 Teams.
Yorkton Thresherman's Club
Highway 16A; mailing address: Box 98 Yorkton, SK S3N 2V6
Telephone: 306-783-8361 Fax: 306-782-1027
Volunteer, non-profit organization established in 1955 to preserve and present the history of Saskatchewan agriculture through demonstrations in particular the annual Threshermen’s Show and Seniors Festival held in August.
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