Valley History and Culture
Fort Qu'Appelle Museum
Located beside the Qu'Appelle River on the site of the original trading post and fort, 198 Bay Avenue North.
Open daily June 1st to August 31st from 1 to 5 p.m.
Phone: (306)332-4503 to arrange for a visit at other times.
Located at the corner of Pl. de L'Eglise & St. Joseph Avenue, the east entrance to the community centre.
Open May 24th to September 1st from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday
Phone: (306)332-4597, 332-6838 or 332-6681 to arrange for a tour.
Qu'Appelle Valley Historical Moments from Voice of the Valley Radio, 88.3 FM
The History of the Fort Qu'Appelle Post Office
Fort Qu'Appelle Pal Finders Web Site, Seamus Hughes' site
Qu'Appelle: Past, Present and Future
A web site, created by the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon, that explores the culture, history. industry and spirituality of the many people who call the Qu'Appelle Valley home
The Architectural Heritage Society - Models of Historical Valley Buildings
Wheat And Woman
Georgina Binnie-Clark's book about farming in the Fort Qu'Appelle area at the turn of the 20th century. The Open Library makes this book available online.
The Fort Qu'Appelle Geolog The Valleys - Past and Present
The geolog published in 1977 has been revived, enhanced and placed on the web by the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education from the University of Regina. It was targeted at middle years students and teachers but is a marvelous virtual tour of the valley with a wealth of interesting information about the flora, fauna and of course the geology of the valley.
Annual Treaty 4 Gathering
The third week in September to commemorate the signing of Treaty Four on September 15, 1874.
For more information call: (306) 332-1874
Treaty 4 Grounds
Lebret Metis Farm Cultural Days
Second Weekend in August
For more information call (306) 332-5588