To honour the importance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, the City of Weyburn officially observes this day as an important first step in the journey to reconciliation.
The City of Weyburn will observe a recently declared federal Day of Mourning by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sept. 19, to honour Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her state funeral. City Hall and Public Works will be closed. Garbage collection on Sept. 19 will rollover to Sept. 20. Leisure facilities remain open.
The City offers a variety of sport, recreation, leisure, art, culture, festival and event opportunities for all ages to stay active and engaged throughout the year.
Sept. 2, 2022 The following City of Weyburn locations will be closed Monday, Sept. 5 for Labour Day: •City Hall •Public Works •Weyburn Leisure Centre •Credit Union Spark Centre •Weyburn […]
Our staff will be doing upkeep on our floors so the facility is in best shape for the busy fall/winter season. The public will not be able to access the Weyburn Art Gallery, Mainil Field or MNP Play n’ Climb during these three days.
Artist registration is now open for the 9th annual Gifted Winter Art Market hosted by the Weyburn Arts Council, City of Weyburn and the Weyburn Art Gallery.