Our Urban Agriculture Program Manager, Adrian, will offer his help tips of how to make the most out of your produce and reduce your grocery bill! Learn how to save your seeds, regrow heads of lettuce and be a savvy shopper.
Free admission to the zoo! Don't forget a non-perishable item for the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
Join us for the 15th Annual Canadian Tire Golf Classic! This tournament continues to be a major sponsor of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
We will be closed in honour of National Aboriginal Day.
Grant Wood, Assistant Professor of the Plant Sciences Department at the University of Saskatchewan, and our very own Hannah Gass will offer helpful tips on how to improve your small space garden. Whether you live in an apartment, have a rooftop garden or small backyard, this is the workshop for you!
Our Emergency Food Basket pick up hours will be changing effective May 29.
We will now be closing 30 minutes earlier. Only Monday through Thursday afternoons will be affected.
The new hours are: Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 11:45am & 12:30pm - 3:00pm.
From May 23 – June 9, food banks across Canada will come together to participate in the Every Plate Full Food Drive with an inspiring goal: to fill the plates of every hungry Canadian this summer. Through the efforts of local food banks with the support of our national campaign, we are bringing Canada together to make a difference.
TEAMYXE was created so we can work together to raise money for the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. Please join our team and help spread the word!
YXE Connects is a one-stop shop for individuals and families to access services and resources in one place, in one day.
Pack a bag of nutritious donations to help your neighbours in need.
On Saturday, April 8th, the Saskatchewan Rush team asks Rush Nation to bring a non perishable food item to drop in the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre bins which will be placed along the concourse of SaskTel Centre. This initiative hopes to drive home the message of a healthy, food secure, and empowered community. Along with food bank donations, the Saskatchewan Rush will be selling water bottles for $10, with $5 from each bottle sold going to the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre.
LAX DAY IN SASK presented by PotashCorp and takes place this Saturday at SaskTel Centre when the Rush go head-to-head against the Vancouver Stealth.
Sign-up for this Wednesday's cooking class, 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm in our Community Kitchen. Learn how to make nutritious meals using economic ingredients. Meet new people and enjoy eating a meal together following the class!
Call 306-664-6565 to register.
We will be closed on February 20th so that our staff and volunteers can celebrate Family Day with their families. Thank you for understanding.
It's that time of the year to start dreaming about what your garden space will look like this summer. Order your seeds, towers and garden accessories from Earth Connections Garden Centre LTD. using the code sfblc1 and we'll receive a portion of the sales. It's simple:
1. Click this link
2. Shop for your seeds, accessories and more
3. Key in the code SFBLC1 at check-out
4. Pick up your purchases at our location after March 16th!
We will be closed all day for all staff training. Thank you for your understanding.
Bring non-perishable food items to the Saskatoon Blades game on January 28th, in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
We will be open at 9:45 am on January 25th due to an all staff meeting. Thank you for understanding.
All departments will be closed at NOON on Friday, January 20th for all staff training. Thank you for understanding.
Join us for a FREE class on canning - everyone is welcome. Learn how to make berry jams and a simple tomato sauce. Plus, you get to take some home to share!
Please RSVP to Laura at 306.664.6565 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The two-time defending National Lacrosse League Champion, Saskatchewan Rush, will play host to their 2016 Western Final opponent from last year, the Calgary Roughnecks, in a Holiday Themed Showdown on Friday, December 16th, 2016 at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon.
In the Spirit of the holidays, The Rush and Co-op have partnered with the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre for this game as a major fundraiser for our needs this holiday season. The players will be wearing limited edition holiday themed jerseys and there will be more fun surprises to be announced!
For tickets and more information about The Rush, please visit www.saskrush.com.
Rock 102 has joined forces with Darryl LaRose from Interpro Exteriors to Stuff the Bus for the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre this year!
On Thursday, December 15th, the Rock Jocks will be broadcasting live from a Saskatoon Transit bus at the Saskatoon Co-op Food Store at The Centre Mall from 6am - 6pm.
Bring your donations down and enter to win prizes. Most wanted food items include:
- Whole grain cereals
- Infant Formula
- Hearty Soups & Stews
- Whole Grain Pastas
- 100% Real Fruit Juice
- Canned Beans & Protien
- Canned Vegetables
Get your school, business, or organization collecting food and monetary donations now. Fill in the form below and we'll deliver a bin for your group to get started. Top collectors will win an office party (or classroom party) complete with prizes from Rock102 and lunch from one of the following sponsors:
- Smiley's Buffet
- Sardinia Family Restaurant
- Smoke's Poutinerie
- Towneplace Suites by Marriott
- Grasswood Petro Canada
Plus, Saskatoon Paramedic Association will pick up your bin for you on Stuff the Bus day!
To register your business or school, please visit: http://rock102rocks.com/stuff-the-bus
A holiday fundraiser in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. To purchase individual tickets, please click here. Tickets are$250, which includes a plated dinner and live entertainment (eligible for $125 charitable tax receipt).
Click HERE to download sponsorship levels and opportunities.
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact us at email@example.com
About Huron Carole
The show is a state-of-the-art, multi-media magical journey featuring enchanting songs of Christmas with a shimmering light of faith and plenty of Tom Foolery. At the heart of this classic story is how Christmas literally saved Tom’s life and helped provide hope for millions of needy Canadians for almost three decades. It’s a story of mythical characters in modern times that connect us with the spirit of giving: a cat, a donkey, a little girl, and an old Indian storyteller will share a secret… having nothing is everything when you have nothing.
Huron Carole benefits the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. Join us for a beautiful holiday meal, live entertainment and a chance to support our community.
About Tom Jackson
Born to an English father and Cree mother, Jackson carries the legacy of his parents’ selfless manner of keeping the door open for anyone who might need a meal or a conversation. While living on the streets of Winnipeg, his personal search for identity led to bonds with those outcast and marginalized. His voice became his way off the streets – figuratively and literally – and in to radio stations, television studios, film sets and theatres.
For a younger generation of TV viewers, Tom is recognizable from his portrayal of Billy Twofeathers in Shining Time Station, and his guest role in Star Trek The Next Generation. Yet it’s his 6 years of playing Chief Peter Kenidi in CBC’s North of 60 that still draws comments, letters, emails and many hugs from longtime fans. The series was an inspired view in to the lives of a First Nation community and Tom inadvertently became a role model because of it.
"We'll be tapping a new Firkin provided compliments of Prairie Sun Breweries and every dollar from every pint will be donated to benefit the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre and its important mission to ensure that all residents have access to safe, affordable and nutritious food. Join us for a night of great live music and lots of delicious suds and support this worthy cause by just enjoying yourself!"
Saskatoon's best jazz piano players donate their time and talents as The Bassment collects food and funds for the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
CBC Saskatoon Limited Edition Comfort & Joy Mugs
Purchase a limited edition Comfort & Joy mug with Hugo Alvarado artwork, Road Coffee Co. beans and CBC Saskatoon logo for $20 with all proceeds to the Food Banks of Saskatchewan! These will be available for purchase at Pianothon.
CBC Saskatchewan is teaming up with the Food Banks of Saskatchewan to help feed hungry families this holiday season!
CBC Saskatoon will be opening their doors on Wednesday, November 30 for the 16th annual CBC/Radio-Canada Open House and Food Bank Day in Saskatoon at 128 4th Ave S.
The special day of fundraising is on Wednesday, November 30, but you can bid on the online auction beginning November 21 and give online until December 15.
Call the pledge lines 1-800-567-8008 on Wednesday, November 30 from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. and on Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4 from 6 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Onsite food and cash donations accepted at CBC Saskatoon from 6 a.m.- 9 a.m. on Wednesday, November 30.
This year, CBC Saskatoon has teamed up with artist Hugo Alvarado to sell these limited edition mugs stuffed with Road Coffee for $20. All proceeds will be for Food Banks of Saskatchewan.
For more information about the CBC Comfort & Joy Open House visit their website.
The CBC Saskatoon Afternoon Edition with Garth Materie will be LIVE from inside the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre for a #GivingTuesday 'Blitz Day'! In honour of Giving Tuesday, come down to see where your donations go, bring non-perishable or monetary donations, and watch The Afternoon Edition live. There will be a festive photo booth, lively discussion and surprises to come :).
CBC SASKATOON LIMITED EDITION COMFORT & JOY MUGS
Purchase a limited edition Comfort & Joy mug with Hugo Alvarado artwork, Road Coffee Co. beans and CBC Saskatoon logo for $20 with all proceeds to the Food Banks of Saskatchewan! These will be available for purchase at the #GivingTuesday 'Blitz Day'.
This event is a night for the community to come together to celebrate and support the creative and entrepreneurial talent of Saskatoon. It's a chance to get to know the brains behind the business and talk to people who are so passionate about what they do. Not to mention get some Christmas shopping done, all while supporting local!
The BMM will take place at The Royal Canadian Legion Branch no. 362 (3021 Louise St. -right beside Eastview Bowl). Please bring $2 or a non-perishable food item for admission, as all proceeds will be donated to the Saskatoon Food Bank for Christmas :)
Last but not least, bring an empty belly because our favourite food and bevie vendors are back again. Treats and drinks from The Night Oven Bakery, 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Company and Road Coffee will be available throughout the night.
SASKATCHEWAN PREMIERE NIGHT
SMPIA hosts FREE screenings of the Sask produced "The Stakelander" in Regina and Saskatoon!
• 7pm at the Roxy in Saskatoon (first come first served)
Bring a non-perishable food item for the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre
Shop Local, Eat Local, Give Local.
Please join us on November 23rd, 4 pm to 7 pm for a Food Drive! The Saskatoon Farmer's Market will be collecting non-perishable donations that evening and trying to fill our 1 tonne truck!
CBC SASKATOON LIMITED EDITION COMFORT & JOY MUGS
Purchase a limited edition Comfort & Joy mug with Hugo Alvarado artwork, Road Coffee Co. beans and CBC Saskatoon logo for $20 with all proceeds to the Food Banks of Saskatchewan! These will be available for purchase at Pianothon
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1245190962207701/
18 Wheels will be at the Santa Claus Parade collecting non-perishables for the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. Look for their festive holiday truck!
The Santa Claus parade is a century old tradition in Canada with the first parade having been held in 1905. Santa Clause parades in Canada signal the start of winter fun and festive celebrations. Although many Santa Claus parades are held in rural communities outside of the major cities, children find a trip to a big city parade a huge treat.