Things To Do In Saskatoon

Boot Camp, Kickboxing, or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes at Diekema Taekwondo (Up to 78% Off)

Diekema Taekwondo

Park Ridge

C$130 C$29

A tae kwon do world champion demonstrates kickboxing and jiu jitsu techniques and leads groups through boot-camp-style exercises

C$33 for Five Yoga Classes at Inner Peace Yoga (C$69.50 Value)

Inner Peace Yoga

College Park

C$69.50 C$33

Yoga classes, such as beginner flow, power flow, and yin yoga held daily; complimentary mats available

Gym Membership, Group Training Sessions, or Boot Camp at JB Performance Training (Up to63% Off). Four Options.

JB Performance Training

North Industrial Area

C$50 C$25

Using weights, medicine balls, and indoor turf, exercisers improve strength and stamina; boot camp focuses on glutes

C$20 for C$20 Worth of Non-Cashable Slot-Machine Play and C$20 Worth of Food (C$40 Value)

Dakota Dunes Casino

Whitecap First Nation

C$40 C$20

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More than 600 slot machines hold potential jackpots, while an onsite restaurant serves daily specials; free shuttle and valet service

C$55 for Two Private Dance Lessons and One Group Lesson at Dance Dynamics (C$140 Value)

Dance Dynamics

Kelsey Woodlawn

C$140 C$55

Before practicing in group classes, learn dance styles such as the foxtrot, waltz, jive, or mambo during tailored private lessons

One- or Two-Month Unlimited Gym Membership at YWCA Fitness on 25th (Up to 72% Off)

YWCA Fitness on 25th

City Park

C$80 C$30

Take on a challenging workout solo at the cardio machines or weights, or join a class on the floor or in the pool

Youth Kayak Day Camp or Youth Learn-to-Kayak Program at Saskatoon Racing Canoe Club (Up to 56% Off)

Saskatoon Racing Canoe Club

Saskatoon

C$200 C$89

Children learn kayak skills, along with water-safety information during day camp and learn-to-kayak program

All-Access Pass to The Great Plains Comedy Festival, June 9–15 (Up to C$100 Value)

The Great Plains Comedy Festival

Beily's Ultralounge

C$100 C$50

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Weeklong comedy festival led by internationally known standup comics highlights Saskatoon's homegrown crop of jokesters

C$20 for Bowling for Up to Six with Shoe Rental at Hunter's Bowling Centres (Up to C$50 Value)

Hunter's Bowling Centres

Multiple Locations

C$50 C$20

Family-owned bowling alleys feature 10-pin and 5-pin lanes equipped with automatic scoring and HDTVs

Four or Eight Five-Minute Rides in a Wildcat Go-Kart at Karttrack Go Karts (Up to 55% Off)

Karttrak Go Karts

Caswell Hill

C$32 C$15

Safe, high-speed go-karting until midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on weekends

Illusion Fusion at Circle Drive Alliance Church Auditorium on August 20 at 2 p.m. or 7 p.m. (Up to 52% Off)

Illusion Fusion

Circle Drive Alliance Church Auditorium

C$30 C$15

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Magician Tristan "TriXtan" Court mesmerizes families with an interactive act that blends feats of escapology, grand illusion, and comedy

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In Nutana Curling Club’s eight-sheet arena, throwers deliver stones as sweepers make way using the sport’s signature brooms. This familiar scene unfolds throughout the season, as the more than 80-year-old club hosts leagues for curlers ranging from beginners to seasoned pros. Off the ice, non-members can relax with pints of beer while watching sports on big-screen TVs or playing shuffleboard—a sport similar to curling—or darts—a sport similar to launching nuclear missiles at random cities. Along with regular events such as bonspiels, Nutana Curling Club also hosts several international competitions that draw world-class players from across the globe.

2002 Arlington Avenue
Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan
CA

Saskatoon Paintball deploys combatants at two separate locations, including an outdoor field in Vanscoy that remains open year-round and features 10 different battle zones. During winter months, an indoor facility on Valley Road invites teams in from the cold to pelt each other with reballs, or rubber paintballs. The indoor location also features a spacious viewing area, as well as a pro shop stocked with the sport’s latest equipment.

355 Valley Rd
Saskatoon,
SK
CA

Although he’s Canadian, Dez Reed’s talent has international appeal. The busy comic has toured 17 countries on four continents and even appeared with an American president—he opened for George W. Bush on his book tour.

Via Dez Reed Comedy Club, Dez brings his cosmopolitan jokes to Saskatoon audiences twice a week, with shows that pair his performances with guest stars from Edmonton, Seattle, and other nearby locales. Patrons can nosh on pub grub such as Reuben sandwiches and bacon-cheddar burgers, as well as beers poured onsite during shows, which are held on the second floor of Maguires Irish Pub and Brewery. The charmingly simple stage contains only a microphone, unlike the heaps of discarded banana peels found at most comedy clubs.

2404 8 Street East
Saskatoon,
SK
CA

Curling is in Chad McMullan’s blood. After spending his childhood Sundays watching his parents compete at their favourite Winnipeg rink, Chad carried on the family tradition, notching victories in multiple World Curling Tour outings, two appearances in Canadian national championships, and one imaginary sleepover with the Governor-General over the course of his career. After stints as Executive Director of the World Curling Tour and World Curling Players' Association, Chad brought his icy know-how to Rock Solid Productions, which applies curling’s fundamental team-building qualities to everything from business retreats to beginner’s lessons. The group’s in-school training program introduces curling to 100,000 students each year, helping Chad share his childhood love of the game with the next generation of competitors.

480 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon,
SK
CA

Nestled along the South Saskatchewan river valley in Victoria Park, the Riverside Badminton & Tennis Club sends racqueteers bounding after shuttlecocks and bouncing balls seven days per week. Nine tennis courts host seesawing scrimmages atop freshly resurfaced grounds, which are illuminated after nightfall. Competitors can also battle racquet-to-racquet on six hardwood badminton courts. Aside from day-to-day drop-in games, the club also offers lessons, camps, and leagues to help players of all ages to hone their skills, and Riverside's attentive staff remains on duty to dish out advice and mediate arguments between rival ball machines. Other on-site amenities include a pro shop and lounge area.

645 Spadina Cres W
Saskatoon,
SK
CA

With an infectious passion for the outdoors, the team at Think Outside Adventure Company infuses locals and visitors with enthusiasm for exploring Saskatoon's dynamic waterways, grasslands, and floodplains. The crew teaches paddlers how to handle and navigate a canoe or kayak on both land and water, and then leads tours down the South Saskatchewan River, calling attention to the river's subtleties and nuances. Think Outside can also equip land explorers looking to hike, camp, or search for Bigfoot's summer home with tents, sleeping bags, and backpacking gear, as well as weather- and activity-appropriate clothing.

331 Avenue A South
Saskatoon,
SK
CA