Discover College Park!

College Park is a gorgeous neighborhood in the heart of Saskatoon. Established in the late 1950s and located near the University of Saskatchewan, College Park features over 20 acres of beautiful parkland with adjacent elementary schools and high schools. The neighbourhood has walking access to The Center Mall and direct Transit routes to downtown.



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Community Garden

Community Garden

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Red Panda Day

Come celebrate with Phoenix, the Red Panda, on Saturday, September 20, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo and the Saskatoon Zoo Society welcomes everyone to enjoy International Red Panda Day celebration events, free with the purchase of regular Zoo admission.

Schedule of Events (PotashCorp Ark Red Panda Exhibit; registration is not required):
10:30 a.m. – Meet as a group and visit Phoenix
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Apollo Jump and Face Painting
10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Kids, become a Red Panda Ranger!
10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Test your knowledge of Red Pandas for a chance to win a Red Panda prize pack!

Donations will be accepted at the face painting station for the Red Panda Network’s initiatives towards habitat conservation.  Also, for every $40 of Adopt-a-Critters purchased during Red Panda Week (September 15 to 21), $5 will be donated.

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Culture Days

Culture Days

The public is invited to create, participate, and celebrate culture in Saskatoon with free activities and workshops being held to celebrate Culture Days from Thursday, September 25 to Sunday, September 28, 2014.  Bring your entire family or come alone and join the fun!

Culture Days 2014 will officially kick off Thursday, September 25 at 12 p.m. at Civic Square (222 – 3rd Avenue North) with an opening ceremony that include buskers, music, and free one-hour workshops from Heike Fink, felting artist; Monique Martin, beeswax hexagons; and Cheryl Buckmaster, portraiture and drawings.  Some of Saskatoon’s tasty food trucks will be in the area over lunch hour.

The City of Saskatoon’s Community Development Division has planned exciting activities throughout the weekend in support of Culture Days.  All are welcome and all events are free.

September 26 – Cultural Parade and Picnic in the Park (1:30 p.m.)
Students at King George School will parade with Melba Toast the Clown from the school to St. Andrew’s Park (Avenue M South and 15th Street West). Enjoy buskers, music, and treats at the park.

September 27 – I am the Bridge (6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)
In partnership with Paved Arts, an outdoor independent short film will be screened at River Landing (west facing pier of Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge).  Bring your own blanket or chair.

Emerging music artist Kyle Krysa, an art installation from felting artist Heike Fink, and artist talks with Yvette Nolan will also be taking place on location.

September 28 – Cultural Quest (11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
A public art bike tour held in partnership with Tweed Ride ( will explore new temporary and permanent Placemaker artworks around the city starting from the Mendel Art Gallery.  Engage in cultural experiences while you increase your physical activity!  A picnic and prize giveaways will follow in the Bessborough Gardens.

Culture Days is a national initiative intended to raise awareness of arts and culture in communities across Canada.  Even more events will be happening in Saskatoon throughout the weekend, focusing on our city’s vibrant cultural scene.  For a complete list of activities, visit the official Culture Days website at

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Fall Freestyle Skateboard Event

The City of Saskatoon will be hosting Fall Freestyle, the annual skateboard event, on Saturday, September 20, 2014.  This event will feature live DJ music, prizes, pizza, and skateboard demonstrations.

Kids, families, and youth of all ages are welcome to attend this FREE event, which takes place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Lion’s Skate Park in Victoria Park (next to Riversdale Pool at 822 Avenue H South).  Remember to bring and wear your helmet and safety gear.

The event will also feature an opportunity to provide feedback to the Recreation and Parks Master Plan team on the future of skateboarding in Saskatoon.  For more information, please call 306-975-3378.

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Dog Park Cleanup

Dog Parks 2014

Active Like a Girl

The City of Saskatoon’s Community Development Division, in partnership with Canadian Sport Centre – Saskatchewan; Sask Sport Inc.; and Women in Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation; will be hosting Active Like a Girl on Sunday, September 14, 2014, from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the SaskTel Sports Centre (150 Nelson Road).  Active Like a Girl is a free, one-day event for girls ages 10 to 14.  For registration and transportation inquiries, call 306-975-3378 by Thursday, September 11.  Snacks will be provided.

Experience the sport of rugby, wheelchair rugby, fencing, and golf with some world class athletes and coaches:

Heather Moyse (Bobsleigh, Rugby and Track Cycling)
A multi-sport athlete with accomplishments, including Bobsleigh Olympic gold medalist (2010, 2014); Rugby Sevens World Cup silver medalist (2013); and 4th place in match sprint at Pan American Track Cycling Championships (2012).

Miranda Biletski (Wheelchair Rugby)
A member of Team Canada who has achieved a bronze medal at the American Zonals (2009); silver medal at Four Nations (2010); 5th place World Championships (2010); bronze medal at World Challenge (2013); and silver medal at American Zonals (2013).

Shannon Comerford (Fencing)
A member of the Canadian Women’s Foil Senior National Team who has earned silver medals at the Pan American Championships (2009 to present).

Ashley Olynick (Golf)
A member of the Professional Golf Association of Canada and a certified personal coach at GolfTec. Ashley played collegiate golf at Texas A&M University Corpus-Christi and was player of the year in 2009.

(Source: City of Saskatoon)

Fall Registration 2014

To register for indoor programs please contact Michelle at

To register for soccer please contact Mark at


AGM and Registration September 4, 2014

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Fun Day in the Park 2014!

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PotashCorp Soccer Kids In the Park Program

Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. Proudly Presents:


What: PotashCorp Soccer Kids In the Park Program
When: July 2nd – Aug 21st   Mon to Fri 11:00am – 5:30pm
Where: Travels to Various Playground & Youth Centre Sites Citywide
Cost: Free Drop-In for Ages 4 – 12 (Playgrounds) & Ages 12 – 18 (Youth Centres)


Contact: Saskatoon Youth Soccer 975-3413 or for a complete schedule after Mon June 24th!


Some special aspects of the program are:


-       The four program leaders are certified coaches.


-       Focus is on instilling fun and being active through the largest growing sport in Canada – soccer!


-       The program will be travelling to all 45 neighborhood playground sites between 5 to 9 times each throughout the summer.


-       Focus is to bring soccer to the communities to eliminate transportation and financial barriers to sport!


-       Partnered with the City of Saskatoon playground and youth centre programs.


-       Program is fully funded by our major community sponsor PotashCorp and grants from the Community Initiatives Fund and the City of Saskatoon

College Park Recreation Association

College Park Recreation Association is a group of dedicated volunteers who coordinate a wide variety of youth and adult recreational programs in our area.  We also look after the neighborhood ice rink; bring issues of concern to the city; and organize an annual fun day in the park, which takes place on the second Saturday in June. 

 Please participate in one of our programs.  Better yet, join us!

Please contact Michelle at for more information.