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Prairie Wind & Silver Sage

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About The Little Brick Schoolhouse Prairie Wind & Silver Sage is Val Marie’s provincially recognized ecomuseum, offering a variety of services, including: Ecomuseum — Our museum highlights the unique character of Grasslands, Val Marie, and the surrounding area through a combination of artifacts, mapping, photography, sound, and stories, incorporating the historical, environmental, and cultural appreciation…

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Provincial Parks open May Long Weekend

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Saskatchewan Provincial Parks officially open for the season on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Provincial parks continue to be among Saskatchewan’s most popular vacation destinations.  With a record of nearly four million visits in 2016, the parks are preparing for another busy season. “Saskatchewan people love their parks,” Parks, Culture, and Sport Minister Ken Cheveldayoff said.…

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Campsite Reservation Launch and Canada 150 Celebrations

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The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport will be launching its provincial park campsite reservation system for the 2017 summer season on Tuesday, April 4.  The launch will be staggered, with different parks opening for reservations over a 10 day period. The launch schedule is as follows: Tuesday, April 4: Blackstrap, Pike Lake Wednesday, April…

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