Welcome to a new addition to the CFCR website, the Community Bulletin Board! You'll find information on community-based programs and initiatives happening around Saskatooon. 

If you're looking for specific events, head on over to cfcr.ca/events


Back Alley Antics

by Free Flow Dance Theatre Inc.Thursday, 22 July 2021 from 7:15 PM (CDT) to Sunday, 25 July 2021 7:15 PM (CDT)23rd Street and 1st Avenue (Corner) , Saskatoon, SK

Back Alley Antics opens this week on Thursday, July 22nd. Tickets are now limited so be sure to reserve your spot ASAP! 
Audience members are invited to meet up at the corner of 23rd Street and 1st Ave and look for the giant carrot at 7:15pm. Select your date July 22-25 on our registration page






Don't tell Sum Theatre it can't be done! 

I'm so excited to bring you news of the company's 9th season of Theatre in the Park. This year we're breaking all the rules with a ROCK OPERA kicking off in Saskatoon July 2 and then in August, touring to other cities in Saskatchewan.

The performance this year is a ground-breaking performance featuring new music by Amanda Trapp and an original story by Algonquin playwright Yvette Nolan, has been adapted by Sum Theatre's ensemble. 

The Other Side of the River tells the story of two communities divided until circumstances force them together and they discover they're not so different after all. The show was inspired by the BIPOC and Indigenous Lives Matter protests that began last year. It features the larger than life puppetry and family fun that have made this event a tradition for our community.

Horizon Youth Cycling Program

The Horizon Youth Cycling Program is an eight-week program run Thursday Nights from July 8 to August 26, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. starting at the Saskatoon German Club parking lot @ 160 Cartwright Ave, Grasswood. Our program Horizon100’s Youth Cycling Program (HYC) has four main goals: technical mastery (bike-handling skills), cycling safety, learning to express speed through increased effort, and building distance and endurance. We help the kids develop their coordination, strength, stamina and concentration.  We  emphasize the enjoyment of cycling for the participants, as we appreciate this is the main contributing factor for sport participation of this age group. Our training sessions are lead by National Coaching Certification Program qualified coaches. The program costs $100 per kid. 

We are particularly interested in supporting kids from low income families participating in the program. To support these we can waive their fees, supply them bikes and helmets and arrange transportation for them to the program. 



OUTSaskatoon's Virtual Camp fYrefly 2021 camper applications are now open. We are looking forward to seeing you at camp this summer!

Last day to apply is July 23, 2021.  Please reach out to Wendy at fyrefly@outsaskatoon.ca if you have any questions or check out the website www.fyreflysask.ca

Apply here: https://forms.gle/2D4D7NzDeBDvtxUo6

Happy camping!

Free Drop-in Art at SCYAP, & Gallery 

Free art drop-in is open! 
Our current hours are Tuesday and Thursday 3pm to 6pm.
We have Covid-19 protocols in place and we limiting the amount of bodies in the building, but if you have missed Art Leader Silvana Shamo come on down she's ready to help you be creative.

Our gallery is up and running.  We are accepting exhibit bookings for the last half of the 2021 and into the 2022 calendar year.  If you are or know of an artist looking to show some work then contact us we would be happy to help you out. For inquiries email gallery@scyapinc.com  To learn more about our current exhibit check out SCYAP Art Gallery in our blog posts.

Visit https://scyapinc.org/


PAVED ARTS: Cypher Connect

Every Monday Night, 7-9pm, July and August
Open to youth ages 13-25
Registration is FREE

Break out of isolation with rap, freestyle and spoken word! Join us every Monday for beats, bars, free eats and dope vibes. 

PAVED Arts is thrilled to present Cypher Connect, in partnership with Chokecherry Studios! Our newest program aims to keep youth connected and creative through hip hop, freestyle and spoken word. Hosted by ZHE the Free (aka Zoe Slusar) and Betty Pewapsconias, who’ll work with youth to level up their skills in rap, freestyle, poetry and spoken word performance.


Have something to submit? Email PSA@cfcr.ca with all the details. This is the same e-mail used to submit to our on-air segment, Community Events Magazine. Not every submission will make it on air or on this webpage, and posts are at the discretion of CFCR staff.