We have a big family event happening in Warman this Saturday, and it’s free. It’s the Annual Family Fun Night and Drive-in Movie. Be sure to take part! Participating in local events such as this one is a great way to connect with the community, spend time with friends and family, and maybe even make new friends!
Beginnning at 3:00 pm on Saturday, June 1, the Family Fun Night gets going with many family activities and games such as Jenga and Tic Tac Toe. There will be a large bouncy castle and a giant inflatable slide the kids will love. Get your artistic groove on with the Chalk Walk – create a masterpiece chalk art drawing on the pavement. Chalk will be provided or you are welcome to bring your own. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Feeling like you need a snack or treat? You’ll be able to buy food such as mini donuts, cotton candy, fudge or chips. There will also be a BBQ going so you can grab a hot dog for supper. These food options will be available until 9 pm. Stock up for the movie!
As the sun sets for the night and darkness settles in, you’ll want to find a great spot to park your vehicle or your lawn chairs in preparation for the outdoor movie. Reminiscent of drive-in theaters, it’s a fun way to watch a movie – under the stars! The inflatable screen is three stories high so whatever spot you end up in will be a great one. Tune your car radio in to a pre-determined frequency and enjoy the show.
KidSport is an organization that relies on generous donations to help kids from families with financial obstacle be able to partipicate in organized sports. All donations collected at the Family Fun Night and Drive-in Movie will be given to the local Warman chapter of Kidsport, where the kids they will help will be from our local area. There will be a new fundraising initiative this year throughout the event – an Envelope Wall. Envelopes with different monetary amounts written on them will be posted on a wall, available for you to grab one. Enclose the amount stated and hand the envelopes in to event staff. The goal is to fill all the envelopes. (All donations over $10 are eligible for a taxable reciept.) You will also be able to purchase raffle tickets for the KidSport playhouse. Have fun while supporting a great community event and the kids that deserve to have the opportunity to play sports. In the end, you can walk away from this fantastic evening with a good feeling and a great memory!
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Do not forget to add another event to your schedule tonight! The Prairie Sky Chamber is hosting their Open House from 5pm-7pm at their new location in Warman.
The Prairie Sky Chamber, serving Warman, Martensville and area, moved into a new space at 101 Klassen Street West earlier in 2019. The event is complementary to attend.
Name: Prairie Sky Chamber Open House
Date: May 30, 2019
Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST
Location: 101 Klassen Street West
Date/Time Information: Thursday, May 30th, 2019 5pm-7pm
Co-hosted with Route 11 Creative Arts Centre, we are excited to welcome you into our NEW office. Join us for come and go, wine and cheese event and pop into Route 11 to view their beautiful, local artwork.
Chamber members are encouraged to bring their business cards to be displayed at the Chamber office.
Chamber announces new location
“We look forward to sharing our new home with our membership and public. Our new space opens up many more opportunities for us and, of course, our members.” stated Jaimie Malmgren, Prairie Sky Chamber Executive Director.
Your local Chamber is now more visible and even more easier to access! On April 1st, the Prairie Sky Chamber officially moved into a new space at 101 Klassen Street W. “We look forward to sharing our new home with our membership and public. Our new space opens up many more opportunities for us and, of course, our members.” stated Jaimie Malmgren, Prairie Sky Chamber Executive Director.
A special thanks to Chamber members, Adrienne Fedorowich with Studio 2.0 Interior Design, Photography & Construction for helping select paint colors and the CWI Manufacturing team for the supply and install of our new desk. The chamber also wishes to send a BIG thank you to all those that volunteered their time and energy to help with the move. It certainly made this a seamless transition and is so greatly appreciate.
The Prairie Sky Chamber will be hosting an Open House once we get fully settled so stay tuned for details! In the meantime, feel free to pop by and say “Hello”!
With files and photo obtained from Prairie Sky Chamber. prairieskychamber.ca
Kids and sports. Such an important combination that, at first glance, may not seem like a big deal. But actually it is. With the prevalence of computer and video games, many kids are leading sedentary lifestyles making the opportunity for them to play organized sports particularly crucial. Some families in Warman and area face financial obstacles and are not able to enroll their kids in sports without financial assistance from organizations such as KidSport.
KidSport believes that all children should have the chance to play. Not only are there the obvious physical benefits of sports such as increased strength and stamina and better balance and coordination, but social, emotional and moral development as well. Kids learn how to be a team player as well as developing leadership skills that will help them in all areas of their lives.
The goal of KidSport is to provide these children with the opportunity to achieve physical, social, intellectual and moral development through participation in sport. If all children have the opportunity to play, learn self-respect, gain self-confidence, adopt active and healthy lifestyles, and realize dreams through sport, then these children may have a better chance of becoming contributing members and leaders in our communities.” (Kidsportcanada.ca)
May is KidSport Month
The Warman and Area KidSport Committee is a hard-working group focused on raising funds for local children to participate in athletics. All applications are reviewed and approved locally. Please consider donating to Warman KidSport to help our local kids get to play and support fundraisers such as the Drive Thru Breakfast happening, Thursday, May 30. Stop by the Legends Centre parking lot between 6:00 am and 8:30 am for a delicious breakfast. For a minimum $10 donation, supporters will receive a bacon, egg and cheese (optional) English muffin, fresh fruit, coffee and muffin (donated by Refuge Coffee & Baking).
Written by: Discover Warman News Team
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Warman Jamboree - Warman Minor Soccer
Family Fun Day & Drive In Movie 3pm through 11pm. Legends Centre parking lot.
BBQ and food vendors until 9 pm. Movie starts at 9:30pm.
Drive-Thru Breakfast for Kidsport
Thu May 30th 6:00am - 8:30am
Stop by the Legends Centre Parking Lot. Support the Warman KidSport chapter by taking part in a Drive-thru Breakfast. With a donation of $10 your breakfast includes a delicious English muffin with bacon, egg & cheese, fresh fruit, muffin and coffee (donated by Refuge Coffee & Baking Co.). (Cheese and coffee are optional).
City of Warman
Regular Meeting of Council
Monday, May 27, 2019 at 6:30 PM
CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Regular Meeting of Council for May 13th, 2019.
Finance Manager's Report
Finance Manager's RMOC Report - May 27, 2019
Appendices: Quarterly Financial report, Supplement Schedules Quarterly Update, Quarterly Capital Project Updates, Bylaw 2019-10 The Property Tax Bylaw
Appendix A - Quarterly Financial Report with Notes Q1 2019
Appendix B - Supplemental Schedules Financial Update 2019 Q1
Appendix C(1) Capital Update General Government Q1
Appendix C(2) Capital Update Infrastructure Q1
Appendix C(3) Capital Update PS Q1
Appendix C(4) Capital Update Public Works Equipment Q1
Appendix C(5) Capital Update Recreation Culture Q1
Appendix C(6) Capital Update Utilities Q1
Appendix D -BYLAW 2019-10 Property Tax
COUNCIL & COMMITTEE REPORTS
Student Council Representative's Report
Student Council's RMOC Report - May 27, 2019
Council Round Table.
Recreation Advisory Committee Minutes, Warman Public Library Board Minutes
Rec Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes - February 27, 2019
Rec Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes - April 24, 2019
WPL Board Meeting Minutes - April 17, 2019
Executive Assistant & Communications Liaison's Report
Executive Assistant & Communications Liaison's RMOC Report - -May 27, 2019
City Accounts for Approval
City Accounts for Approval - May 27, 2019
Direct Deposits for Approval
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed May 26 to June 1 as Saskatchewan Tourism Week. The week coincides with Tourism Week in Canada, which brings attention to the impact of the country’s tourism sector and the economic opportunities available through travel and tourism.
Saskatchewan Tourism Week highlights the importance of tourism in the province. The industry contributes significantly to the Saskatchewan economy:
“The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased, once again, to proclaim Saskatchewan Tourism Week,” Minister Responsible for Tourism Saskatchewan Gene Makowsky said. “There are countless reasons to celebrate our vibrant tourism industry that contributes significantly to the economy, motivates entrepreneurs and creates jobs. The week is an occasion to acknowledge the people behind the great tourism experiences that Saskatchewan offers.”
“Saskatchewan Tourism Week draws attention to why tourism matters and what it means to the province,” Tourism Saskatchewan CEO Mary Taylor-Ash said. “Our citizens benefit from an industry that provides enriching travel discoveries and showcases Saskatchewan’s natural beauty and warm hospitality. Tourism Saskatchewan appreciates the enthusiasm of communities, attractions and operators for celebrating this special week for our industry.”
Saskatchewan Tourism Week celebrations are planned throughout the province and include public barbecues, community tours, flag-raising ceremonies, open houses, as well as contests and promotions.
For more information, visit http://industry.tourismsaskatchewan.com/.
by the Government of Saskatchewan
Event Listing for May 15 - 20, 2019
Bicycle Safety Week
May 13 - 17
Hosted by the Saskatoon 567 Club
The Legends Centre Parking Lot
Bike to School or Work Day
City of Warman
Warman Farmers' Market
City Hall Parking Lot
Brian King Centre
May 15, 2019. The 567 Club Kicks Off Summer Car Show Season in Warman at 6 pm.
The 2019 Kick Off To Summer Car Show takes place at The Legends Center Parking lot on May 15 starting at 6pm and running until about 8pm.
This is the 8th year that it has been held in Warman and is put on by The Saskatoon 567 Club. “We have been having a car show for the last 20 years or so in various locations.” says Doell, “This club was first organized by a group of guys in late 1973 that were looking to have Rod Runs and car shows with people interested in 1955, 56 & 57 cars, leading to the namesake 567.”
“This club was first organized by a group of guys in late 1973 that were looking to have Rod Runs and car shows with people interested in 1955, 56 & 57 cars, leading to the namesake 567.” Tim Doell
It began as a local group but expanded across Western Canada and across all of Canada. Over the years, the 567 car shows were held all over Western Canada. “The Saskatoon 567 Club has hosted a car show in May, on the Wednesday before the long weekend and is usually one of the first car shows held to kick off the summer.” explains 567 Club President Tim Doell.
Proceeds from a silent auction and hot dog sale go to charity. We have given these proceeds to Heart and Stroke, Kid sport, The Friendship Inn, and this year we are giving to local chapters of Diabetes and Cancer agencies.
We have had up to 130 cars that come from local car clubs from Prince Albert to Rosetown and the Valley area.
We are also planning a Fifty 567, 45th Anniversary Western Canada Reunion to be held at The Brian King Center from July 11-14 of this year.
Tim Doell is President of The Saskatoon 567 Club and resides in Warman, SK.