March News from the SAS

The Archaeology Centre (1-1730 Quebec Avenue) is open Monday to Thursday from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm and on Fridays by appointment. Staff can still be reached via email or by phoning the office (306-664-4124). We are a mask-friendly facility and ask any visitors to please wear a mask when visiting the office. Disposable masks are available for visitors at the office.

Office Closures:
March 6 – all day
March 20 – in lieu of Board Meeting

Annual Gathering Update

Annual General Meeting Announcement

Our Annual General Meeting will be held online via Zoom on April 19, 2023. SAS Members in good standing will be able to register for the AGM in mid-March via our website. Those members who do not have email or Zoom access will be offered an in-person spot at the Archaeology Centre for the meeting. There are a limit of 10 spaces and those members without email or Zoom access should register by contacting the office. More details will be forthcoming.

Chapter News

All Points Saskatchewan Archaeological Society:

Archaeology and Anthropology Students Association:

Prince Albert Historical Society: The Historical Society office and museum is open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday (excluding March 1 and 17). If you wish to visit the Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, the John and Olive Diefenbaker Museum, or the Evolution of Education Museum, please call the Historical Museum (306-764-2992) ahead of time. March events include:

  • Junior Society Meeting for Ages 8-18: March 4 (10:30 am) – At the Historical Museum
  • Prince Albert Historical Society AGM: March 16 (7:00 pm)
  • Coffee & Conversation: March 23 – Jim Scarrow, worked at CKBI radio for many years and he will talk about the early radio station in Prince Albert
  • Survival Gardening: March 25

 For up to date information please visit our Facebook page.

Regina Archaeological Society:

Saskatoon Archaeological Society: The Saskatoon Archaeological Society will be having our March meeting at 7pm March 24th by Zoom. Our speaker will be MA student Devon Hackett, presenting on “Sightlines and Stones in the Red Deer and South Saskatchewan Rivers Forks”. Anyone interested in attending the February meeting can email or visit their Facebook group for more information and the Zoom link.

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