Heritage Fairs

In 2008 the SCAA began participating in the Saskatchewan program by awarding a prize to the project in each region that best utilizes primary sources.  The SCAA also produced the SHF Participant Toolkit to help students and teachers with Archival definitions.

Though the program has changed since then, what has stayed the same for Heritage Fairs throughout has been the goals:

  • to create an environment where students are excited to learn and share;
  • to provide recognition for student achievement;
  • to celebrate cultural diversity and multiple perspectives;
  • to reveal connections between the past and present; and
  • to inspire Canadians to celebrate their place in history.

(Adapted from information provided by Heritage Saskatchewan)

Moose Jaw - Western Development Museum

The 2019 Moose Jaw Regional Heritage Fair took place on Thursday, May 9th, at the Moose Jaw Western Development Museum.


Congratulations to Avery Surtees, who is in Grade 7 at King George Elementary School in Moose Jaw, SK. On being selected for the Archives Award at the Moose Jaw Regional Heritage Fair. Her project was entitled “Chris Hadfield: The First Canadian Commander of the ISS”

Regina - Campus Regina Public

2019 Regina Regional Heritage Fair - Friday May 10, at Campus Regina Public (1069 14th Ave E)


The 2018 Regina Regional Heritage Fair was held on Friday, May 4.

Congratulations to Tennyson Webb, grade 6 on winning the Archives Award for his project on "Destination Canada"

 

 

Saskatoon - Western Development Museum


The 2017 Saskatoon Regional Fair was held on Thursday, May 4 and Friday, May 5.

Congratulations to Kimberly Hood grade 8 on winning the Archives Award for her project "Mes ancetres canadinnes et anglaises"

Swift Current - Swift Current Museum

2019 Swift Current Regional Heritage Fair - Thursday May 2, Swift Current Museum


The 2018 Swift Current Regional Fair was held on Thursday, April 26.

Congratulations to Sophie Carlson, on winning the Archives Award for her project on "My Family Tree"