July 3 – in lieu of Canada Day
July 4-7 – staff annual leave
July 31 – all day
All Points Saskatchewan Archaeological Society: APSAS members have been invited to join the Regina Archaeological Society (RAS) on their trip to SE Saskatchewan on July 7-9. APSAS committees have continued to meet and plan for the year over the summer. The Events Committee is planning a mid-August excursion to Regina. Details will be shared with members soon. We also continue to support the 2024 Study Tour to Greece and Crete. There are a few spots left. For more information, please contact the APSAS Coordinator Alice Trusty at email@example.com.
All Prince Albert Historical Museums are open 9am-5pm, July 1 – Free Admission.
Prince Albert Historical Museum’s Downtown Walking Tours – Thursdays and Sundays 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. Start at The Historical Museum, #10 River Street East. $2/person. Pre-register (306) 764-2992 or drop in.
July 12-13, 10 am – 5 pm, Homestead Aerial Photography at the Prince Albert Historical Museum, #10 River Street East.
July 17-21 – History Hunters Day Camp, 9am – 12pm, ages 8-12, $50 What puzzles and mysteries lurk in Prince Albert’s past? Discover the tools of the trade; unearth the stories of fur traders, fortune seekers, community builders, and homesteaders. Explore historic artefacts and dust off forgotten manuscripts to solve the puzzle of the “Lost City”!
July 20 – ArchaeoCaravan @ The Prince Albert Historical Museum, 1pm – 4pm. Free program & entrance to the museum. Suitable for the whole family.
July 29 – St. Mary’s Church & Cemetery Talk and Tour with Fred Payton, 2pm. Suggested donation of $10 to be split between Historical Society and Anglican Diocese. No pre-registration necessary. For information, call (306) 764-2992.
Saskatoon Archaeological Society: The Saskatoon Archaeological Society will be on hiatus for the summer months and will re-start monthly talks in the fall of 2023. For more information, contact the Chapter via email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook group.