THE BATTLEFORDS – As we hit the halfway point of August, there are only a couple more weeks until the school calendar starts again. Don’t miss out on what the Battlefords and surrounding area has to offer.
First held in Aug. 1980, Cochin Days remains a summer staple. The three-day event will run from Aug. 12 to 14. If you are interested in volunteering, call the village office at 306-386-2333. With a plethora of activities available you’ll want to check out this link for more! https://www.sasktoday.ca/north/unity-wilkie-press-herald/cochin-days-returns-5582666
Continue to beat the heat by checking out the various spray park locations across North Battleford. A reminder that spray parks operate from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.
The Battlefords Provincial Park
On the north shore of Jackfish Lake, nothing compares to a day out in nature. If you haven’t been able to go this summer, make sure you get out to the Battlefords Provincial Park. Whether it’s camping, beautiful beaches and picnic areas, world-class fishing, 18-hole golf course, disc golfing or more, a day getaway or a weekend excursion
Town of Battleford Parade
Head over to downtown Battleford Friday evening for a 7 p.m. start time parade. After taking the last two years off due to the pandemic, the parade is back. People can enter their floats, bands, choirs, decorated cars and trucks, horses tractors or just about anything they want. Contact email@example.com for more information.