Culture Events


The following culture events will be taking place throughout the week of the 2024 Saskatchewan Summer Games, presented by Teine Energy. Read more about the opportunities below and take note of when they will be occuring so you can experience these unique opportunities. 


Saskatchewan Summer Sounds presented by Cenovus - July 24 - Lakeland College Grounds

Free Community BBQ @ 5PM

  • Hotdog, Bag of Chips, and Bottle of Water
  • First Come, First Serve, While Supplies last
  • Bring a blanket or lawnchair!!!

Outdoor Concert - 6PM to 9PM

Artisan Tents
Photo Booth
Free Admission


  • Terrance Littletent Hoop Dancer
  • The Bromantics
  • JJ Voss
  • LJ Tyson & Band
  • Roving Entertainment


    Hip Hop Dance Workshops - July 22

    • Hip Hop Dance Instructor, Stephanie Cowan, will lead a free dance workshop at Centennial Civic Centre Auditorium (2nd floor).
    • Hip Hop is considered the most accessible dance form for the general public as it does not require special shoes or special clothing. Parents or gaurdians are welcome to stay and view the workshop.
      1:00 PM2:00 PM5-7 year oldsClick Here
      2:30 PM3:30 PM8-10 year oldsClick Here
      4:00 PM5:30 PM11-14 year oldsClick Here
      6:00 PM7:30 PM15+ year oldsClick Here

    Guided Art Walk - July 22 @ 6:30PM

    • Local artist, Michelle Lake, will lead a guided 1.5 hour walking tour of murals and public art installation in Lloydminster's downtown core.
    • Meet at Canada 150 Mural at City Hall
    • Art Walk Tips:
      • Wear comfortable shoes and dress accordingly for the weather.
      • Bring water!
      • Note: there are no public washrooms available on the tour.

    Beading Workshops - July 23 & 25 @ 1PM

    • Come join us, at the Lloydminster Museum and Archives, for an afternoon workshop about the art and traditions of beading. The workshops will be led by local resident Mayme Boyer. 
    • Each participant will receive a beading kit, for free, to complete a flower. No experience necessary.
      Tuesday, July 231:00 PM4:00 PMClick Here
      Thursday, July 251:00 PM4:00 PMClick Here

    Sports History Exhibit - July 23 & 25 from 10AM to 6PM 

    • Lloydminster Museum and Archives is hosting a local sports history exhibit called "Play Ball! Summer Sports in the City." You can also tour their permanent Heritage Gallery to examine the history of Lloydminster from settlement to present day. Archival photographs and historic artefacts feature the story of the Barr Colonists and early settlers. The exhibit engages with the impact that colonization had on our local Indigenous group. Family-friendly interactives have been developed to engage children while they learn about Lloydminster's past.
    • Free admission.
    • Drop in between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM.


    Saskatchewan Author Night - July 25 @ 7PM - Lloydminster Public Library

    • Meet author Marina Endicott and hear her talk about her latest novel The Observer
    • About the book:
      • When Julia arrives in Medway, accompanying her beloved Hardy on his first posting as RCMP constable, she tries to explain her old life to new friends from the city, but can find no shared vocabulary to convey this rural reality, let alone police life. As Hardy disappears into long days at work, Julia takes a job as editor of the local news paper, the Observer. Interviewing people to compose a view of the town each week, she gathers knowledge of the community's surface joys and sorrows; meanwhile, Hardy is immersed in violence and loss, and Julia can only witness his increasing exhaustion. At first this new life together is an adventure, but as in all the best stories, time darkens and deepens it.
    • About the author:
      • Marina Endicott's first book, Open Arms, was short-listed for the Amazon First Novel Award. Her second, Good to a Fault, a finalist for the 2008 Giller Prize and a CBC Canada Reads choice, won the Commonwealth Writers Prize (Best Book, Canada/Caribbean). The Little Shadows, shortlisted for the Governor Generals Award, and longlisted for the 2011 Giller Prize, as was Close to Hugh, one of CBC's Best Books of 2015. The Difference published in the US as The Voyage of the Morning Light won the Robert Kroetsch Edmonton Book Prize. Endicott lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


    Friday Fun at Weaver Heritage Park - July 26 from 11AM to 3PM

    • Take part in heritage games and activities. make a pennant in the Log Cabin. Sip lemonade and enjoy baking from Rendall House. Make bannock on a stickk outside the Log Cabin. Tour Rendell House which is celebrated as the first timber framed residence in Lloydminster. Have a look inside the implements shed which conatins working antique farm equipment and vehicles from the museum's heritage collection. Check out the restoration projects in the Barr Colony Heritage Society Showroom.