Online & Offline Activities To Do In Estevan

Here is a list of organizations that have created fun online & offline activities in our community for the kids, families, and anyone else to stay entertained during COVID-19.

Indoor

A Loving Touch Florist – Follow along with online plant and flower demonstrations Via Facebook.

Estevan Arts Council – Fun activities and crafts to help keep your art skills on point.

Estevan Art Gallery & Museum – Follow them on Facebook for art and craft ideas you can do at home.

Estevan Family Centre– Subscribe to their Youtube channel for storytime and online crafts.

** The Family Centre also offers free, confidential counselling over the phone (306) 634-7234

Southeast Regional Library – Offering video’s of art/crafts on their youtube channel & many more at home programs. Borrow an online book, audiobook or video.

Souris Valley Museum – Offers free child history programs and other historical programs Via Facebook.

Fitness Classes – The Estevan Leisure Centre offers free online fitness classes to do at home. They are continually adding classes as demand is always changing, so check back often.

Outdoor

It’s nice to get some fresh air too.

Pleasantdale Valley – Ride your bike or go for a pleasant stroll while practicing social distancing. Etittiqute if you pass someone, keep a 2-metre distance.

Church Hill Park – Take on the views of the valley at Churchhill Park. Sunsets are nice to watch from this green space! Etittiqute if you pass someone: keep a 2-metre distance.

 Woodlawn Regional Park Dog Park – Let your dog run at the dog park on the north side of Souris River. Please remember that if others are in the dog park to be courteous to other users and keep a distance of 2 – metre distance.

Have any ideas? Let us know by emailing tourism@estevan.ca

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Madison Colbow
Madison Colbow
I grew up as a hockey player and was away from my hometown, Estevan for a lot of my childhood. I moved out of my family house at the age of sixteen and lived in Weyburn, Saskatchewan with a billet family. After I graduated high school there, I travelled to Calgary, Alberta to study RTBN (Radio Television and Broadcast News) and pursue my hockey career at SAIT Polytechnic. I received my Diploma and decided to continue my hockey career at the University of Saskatchewan. Once the season was over, I realized I missed my home town and wanted to start my adult life in the city I grew up in. After so many years of being away, it is nice to be back with my family, friends and community.
I’m so happy to be home and get to experience the skills I’ve learned along the way with you all.

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