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CCM Art & Culture Centre; Navy building across from Lone Tree Insurance

219 Main Street,

Climax, SK

Directions: Village of Climax, SK is at Hwy 18 & 37. Situated south of Shaunavon, West of Val Marie/Grasslands National Park. Drive 2 blocks up Main Street & see Art & Culture Centre ( navy building on left hand corner). Village Hall is at village entrance on the right will host the Multicultural Food Festival.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and is a relaxed performance.


Mark your calendars for a visit to Climax, SK, this September to explore our diverse cultural makeup!

Sept 29, 1 pm-3 pm. ( Art & Culture Centre 219 Main St)

Explore a range of stories and books by Indigenous Authors and illustrators with Chinook Regional Librarians. Write your thoughts for a time capsule. The library will provide an array of books by Indigenous authors and illustrators for participants of all ages to explore. Storytime for youngsters and excerpts will be read from a variety of books. This will be a unique experiential opportunity for you and yours.

Please note we will be guided by all Sask Government Public Health Policies and Regulations re: Covid-19 and be in full adherence, which may include mask-wearing, social distancing, hand sanitization, etc. If you or yours feel unwell please do not attend. For more information:



Climax Community Museum (CCM)

Climax Community Museum (CCM) is a non-profit cultural educational resource dedicated to enhancing equity and including access & creative educational opportunities for all, which operates 3 sites: the museum, the Historical Machinery Annex, and the Art & Culture Centre (ACC). Museum is open seasonally and by appointment. The ACC hosts special events, workshops, exhibitions year round.