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Virtual Coffee Club

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Looking to learn some things about a wide variety of topics involving Saskatchewan History?

Grab a cup of coffee and settle in as we explore, connect and reflect with others on experiences from the past.

Sessions will take place via Zoom. You can register for them below! There will be time for questions after the presentation. Each session will take place from 10:00 – 11:00 am unless otherwise indicated. Dates and topics are listed below.

Join us for a time of visiting and learning.

There is no cost to attend but pre-registration is required. Registration closes at 11:59 pm on the day before the Virtual Coffee Club program.
For more information call Dave at 1-306-934-1400 ext. 226.

Our past Coffee Club events are viewable anytime at our YouTube Channel:


2023 Sessions

Personalized Land Acknowledgement Workshop by Annie Battiste
September 28, 2023
In this session participants will learn the basics of a treaty land acknowledgments, the different components across Canada that could be added, and if given enough time participants will be given dedicated time to create their own personal land acknowledgement.

Please look for this talk on our YouTube Channel!

Changing Perspectives One Page at a Time by Karin Steuber
October 26, 2023
Points of View: A Guide on Saskatchewan Projectile Points with Indigenous Perspectives is the first book of its kind for Saskatchewan. It blends Indigenous ways of knowing, and archaeology’s understanding of projectile points. This presentation will highlight the complex knowledge systems involved in making stone tools and how this book came to be.

Please look for this talk on our YouTube Channel!

Behind the Scenes at the WDM: Collections Department
November 23, 2023
Julie Jackson, WDM Collections Manager will provide an overview of collections development at the WDM, including current acquisitions and deaccessioning guidelines and a peek into collections storage spaces.

Please look for this talk on our Youtube Channel!

Behind the Scenes at the WDM: Exhibits Department
December 21, 2023
Diana Savage, WDM Director of Exhibits will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the WDM Exhibits Department. She will discuss the process of exhibit development, see some recent projects, and have a sneak peek of what’s in the works for the WDM.

WDM Exhibits team installing Blairmore Ring out front of WDM Saskatoon


2024 Sessions

British Home Children
Thursday January 25, 2024
Speaker Joan Brewerton will teach us the history of an estimated 100,000 children who were sent to Canada from Great Britain between 1869 and 1948 as indentured farm labourers and domestic servants. Their average age was 12. Seventy of the children were placed in an orphanage in Prince Albert. Learn their history.



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