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Webinars

2022 Webinars

Heritage Conservation Branch Winter Webinar Series

The rich tapestry of Saskatchewan's heritage is a woven from places, stories and traditions of many peoples. But these are not just vestiges of the past. They contribute to our lives today in meaningful ways. The webinars in this series showcased several Saskatchewan projects that demonstrate the many rewards of conserving and engaging with historic places and their stories.

Heritage Tourism

Heritage Tourism

Topics: Historic Reesor Ranch, Humboldt Water Tower and the Southern Prairie Railway, Ogema
Presenters: Theresa and Scott Reesor, owners and operators of the Historic Reesor Ranch. Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Director of Cultural Services, City of Humboldt. Carol Peterson, Mayor, Town of Ogema; Chairperson, Ogema Heritage Railway Association.

Historic Buildings as Business Assets

Historic Buildings as Business Assets

Topics: Topics: Daily Grind Coffee Shop and Star Café, Maple Creek; Weston Bakery Building, Regina; and the Yvette Moore Gallery, Moose Jaw
Presenters: Tina Creswell, Councillor, Town of Maple Creek; Proprietor, The Daily Grind Roastery and Coffee Shop. Alton Tangedal, Project Architect. Yvette Moore, Owner.

Heritage and Community

Heritage and Community

Topics: The Grand Theatre, Indian Head; Melfort Post Office; and the Regina Indian Industrial School Cemetery
Presenters: Tara-Leigh Heslip, Chair, Indian Head Theatre and Community Arts Inc., and Meagan McEwen, Community Development Officer, Town of Indian Head. Gailmarie Anderson, Curator, Melfort & District Museum. David Owens, Member and Past President, Regina Indian Industrial School Commemorative Association.

Archaeological Heritage Projects

Archaeological Heritage Projects

Topics: Ground Penetrating Radar – Applications for Cemeteries and Fort Carlton Archaeology Project
Presenters: Mike Markowski, Director/Principal Archaeologist, Atlheritage Services Corp. Dr. Karin Steuber, Public Outreach Coordinator, Saskatchewan Archaeological Society.

If you have any questions, please contact the Heritage Conservation Branch at 306-787-2817 or historic.places@gov.sk.ca.

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