Canada 150 Celebration July 1, 2017

Choose your Own Humboldt Adventure!

Choose how you want to celebrate Canada's 150! Events around Humboldt include:

11:00 am – 1:30 pm BBQ/Cupcake Ceremony/Speeches – Uniplex

  • 619 – 17th st.

11:30 am-1:30 pm City of Humboldt is hosting the BBQ - Uniplex Entrance/Lobby

Cupcake ceremony

1:00 – 1:15pm Speeches from Dignitaries – Uniplex


1:00 – 4:00 Free Swimming/Pickleball/Ball Hockey – Uniplex

  • 619 – 17th Street

6:00 – 9:00 am Free Green Fees Golf Course – Humboldt Golf Course

  • 1300 1st Ave

9:00 am- 8:00pm Free Mini Golf – Chamber of Commerce Historical Campground

  • 8th Ave, Hwy 5 E

All Day Free Disc Golf – St. Elizabeth Park (Disc to Buy/Borrow at Uniplex      Administration.. quantities limited)

  • 1309 9th Street

All Day Spray Pad – Water Ridge Park

  • 1st Street off Golf Course Road

12:00-7:00 pm Bowling – Kemway Lanes $1 for bowling $.50 for shoes

  • 710 16th Street

Dusk Fireworks – Water Ridge Park


All-day Museum walking tour – information available at Uniplex Administration.

    **Head out and enjoy all the city parks and greenspaces***


In 2017, Canada is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation!

Humboldt residents have a history of providing support for community celebrations and events which included the 1967 Canadian Centennial and, more recently, events such as the 2012 National RBC Cup and Provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts Women's Curling, the 2014 Saskatchewan Seniors Association 55+ Provincial Games and the 2016 Skate Canada Saskatchewan Provincials.

We know that support and excitement for Canada's special anniversary will be no different!


How will you celebrate?

Learn more about Canada 150 through the Government of Canada's website.


Did you know that significant events in the history of Canada happened right outside the city at the site known as Original Humboldt?

For Canada 150, new art installations will feature stories of the 460 soldier camp of the Governor Generals Horse Guards as well as Chief Whitecap of the Whitecap Dakota First Nation.

The significance of the land comes from all the stories told by the communities involved. On June 8, 2017, these stories - and more - were shared to build understanding on the past in order to plan our future ... together.


We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada.


Help Alexander von Humboldt Explore

The City of Humboldt is named after Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist and scientist whose worldwide explorations influenced the work of Charles Darwin.  However, Alexander never traveled to the Humboldt region.  We want YOU to help him explore and share his adventures in 2017!

Visit the Humboldt & District Museum & Gallery's website to download a pdf of Alexander (or stop by in person to pick one up) to take with you as you explore Humboldt ... and beyond.  Selected photos will be shared through the Museum & Gallery's online channels.