June News from the SAS

Ack, what happened to May?! We blinked and missed it!

Did you know that June has been declared National Indigenous History Month? We hope that you will have an opportunity with all the events across the province to celebrate Indigenous cultures especially on June 21st – National Indigenous Peoples Day! We will be at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum on June 21st with our ArchaeoCaravan activities from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm.

Upcoming Field Opportunities:

Want to help excavate the Telegraph Station at the Original Humboldt site? The SAS has joined forces with the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery and Western Heritage again this summer to offer a FREE public excavation this summer! Join us July 17th to the 21st at the site.  All are welcome to attend and no experience is necessary! We provide the training and the equipment, you provide the willingness to explore Saskatchewan’s rich history! Did I mention that it’s FREE?! We do ask that interested participants please pre-register and that children under 16 be accompanied by an adult. If you are interested in coming out, please contact Jean Price at the Humboldt Museum. More information will be forthcoming in the July E-Voice.