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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Wild Praire Man - Film Screening


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Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre

440 Centre Street

Shaunavon, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


The evening will include an artist talk by George Tsougrianis, film director, and James R. Page, the film's central character. Time for Q&A and socializing will follow the screening.

Doors Open: 7:00 pm, Artist Talk: 7:15 pm, Screening to follow

Admission is Free - Refreshments Available

Film Byline : Wild Prairie Man is an intimate look at the life of a man enthralled with the exotic and endangered lands of Grasslands National Park.

Located in the Northern Great Plains of Canada, Grasslands has been a 20 year odyssey for wildlife photographer James R. Page.

For James, critters are more interesting than people and in this documentary he shares some of his iconic images and experiences from this endangered ecosystem.

Director Bio: In his latest work, Wild Prairie Man, George takes on his most physically challenging project yet, running up and down hills, quietly stalking wildlife for long distances, working in extreme heat and extreme cold. George immersed himself in the wild habitat of Grasslands National Park for over a year capturing some never before scenes in the Wild Prairie.

Always choosing projects that focus on strong inspiring characters, acclaimed Wildlife photographer James R. Page doesn’t disappoint, his connection to the land and the wildlife provides an unforgettable journey into the heart of this endangered ecosystem.

This Culture Days event is part of Shaunavon's "Me Time" initiative which focuses on bringing people together to connect with community through activities to enhance our individual health and well-being.


Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre

The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre is located in the heart of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. The Centre houses a museum, art gallery and the Shaunavon Branch of the Chinook Regional Library. Our collection is multi-disciplinary, including artifacts relating to the human history of Shaunavon, fine arts and natural history specimens of the area. A variety of programs and tours are offered in association with our collection, making us more than a collection of objects. Through our educational programming, community activities and events, we provide opportunities for our public to experience and appreciate the arts and culture, as well as the natural history and the human history of our area.

Our Mission: Linking Community with Culture

Our Vision: An environment that engages visitors to increase appreciation, understanding and celebration of our heritage – past, present, and future.

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