Organized Events

Canada Day Celebrations-Big River

Saturday, July 1, 2017
Celebrate Canada's birthday in the Town of Big River. Check out their website for event details

FiddlyNess Fiddle Camp

Monday, July 3, 2017
Traditional fiddle music has been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. The 4th annual FiddlyNess continues this time honoured tradition, sharing tunes from many Canadian styles, including Prairie, Metis, Down East, Ottawa Valley, Quebecois, and Celtic. FiddlyNess will feature jam sessions for all levels, exciting concerts, old time dances, new friends and new tunes, all in the beautiful setting of Ness Creek, Saskatchewan! Check the website for details on early bird registration, instructors, the concert series and more


Monday, July 3, 2017
Four days of immersive nature-inspired art courses including blacksmithing, photography, plein air painting, encaustic, and drawing. As part of nurturing the creativity during the week students can take part in daily morning yoga, medicinal plant walks and evening concerts by world-renowned musicians.

Golf For A Cure

Thursday, July 6, 2017
Pink hair, pink gear, pink everywhere. Each year, hundreds of women transform the lush green lawns of golf courses across Canada into a sea of pink to have fun and raise funds to conquer breast cancer. This is the spirit of Golf Fore the Cure – a program created by Golf Canada to drive women’s participation in the game of golf and raise money to support the fight against breast cancer. Tournament Format: 18 Holes Registration Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Tournament Start Time:  12:00 p.m. Reception, Awards Dinner: To follow

Ness Creek Music Festival

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Camp out at this magical summer music festival! Ness Creek Music Festival offers incredible live music from Saskatchewan, across Canada and around the world. Join over 4,000 people in the forests of Northern Saskatchewan, be part of a tent-city community and enjoy indie, roots & folk music from across the globe and close to home, along with over 100 environmental, artistic and cultural activities woven through our many festival venues.

Elk Ridge “It’s In the Hole” Tournament

Friday, July 14, 2017
Call the Front Desk to register

Waskesiu Children’s Festival

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Come and join us on a fun filled day for the entire family! The Children’s Festival celebrates Canada’s proud past and bright future. This is a day to connect with nature, history, friends, and family! Face painting, crafts, balloon art, puppet shows, music tent, fire truck tours and Indigenous games are just part of the excitement.  

Three Island Paddle & Music Festival

Saturday, July 22, 2017
Enjoy a free family fun day of paddling and a music festival at the Hanging Heart Lakes in Prince Albert National Park.Bring your paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes or reserve a boat ahead of time from the Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre.Paddle to different destinations and be eligible for terrific prizes. Prizes for best theme or costumes.No registration or entry fee to participate in the paddling.Also enjoy: Toonie Tour Boat Rides, market garden vendors, and live musical entertainment from 12 noon - 4pm.

RBC PGA of Canada Scramble Qualifying

Sunday, July 30, 2017
Local Qualifiers provide an opportunity for you and three friends to play a fun round of golf at your club or a course that you have wanted to play, but never had the chance, all in an attempt to progress through the stages to the extravagant RBC PGA Scramble National Final. The entry fee for a Local Qualifier is $29.95 plus applicable taxes. Applicable green fees may be charged by the hosting golf course. Click the Event Link to register or call the Front Desk of Elk Ridge Resort for more information

Western Days at Christopher Lake

Saturday, August 12, 2017
Western Days is an annual event held in the Village of Christopher Lake on the first Saturday after the August long weekend. It’s a fun filled day that gets the entire community involved in the good times. The events and activities are sponsored by local businesses and organizations, including a pancake breakfast from 8-10am, parade at 11am down Main Street, pony rides, bike decorating contest, petting zoo, dunk tank and much more. Day will end with Fireworks (Weather and forest conditions permitting)