Interactive Bridging Time: Exploring Saskatoon's Hidden Heritage
History & heritage
Physical activity & movement
Join us at a variety of locations throughout the City on Saturday, October 16, 2021 to learn more about the archaeological heritage of Saskatoon. Visit our event page (https://thesas.ca/culture-days-2021-interactive-bridging-time/) to download a map (available October 2021) of the archaeological locations along the South Saskatchewan River within the City of Saskatoon where our archaeological interpreters will be located to introduce you to the archaeological history of that particular location. Learn more about sites such as the Gowen sites, the Marr Residence, Clinskill House, the SS Medicine Hat, the Norby site, and Factoria!
This event is free.
Saskatchewan Archaeological Society
The Saskatchewan Archaeological Society (SAS) is a non-profit registered charity that is dedicated to the education and conservation of archaeology. The SAS promotes responsible stewardship of Saskatchewan’s rich and diverse archaeological heritage. Our Mission: Connecting Saskatchewan's Past To You. Our Vision: You have a deep understanding of archaeology, recognize its value, and support the preservation of this heritage resource. To learn more about the SAS, visit our website! (TheSAS.ca)
Please download a copy of the location map on our website (available October 2021) in order to know where the archaeological interpreters will be on the day of the event.