The Town of Kamsack hosts more than 200 special events per year organized
by volunteers representing over 40 clubs and organizations. There is always
something to do in Kamsack. This list features our larger community events
that are held year after year. For more events and activities, please check the
We are working together for a better community!
The Duck Mountain Ski Hill is open every weekend in January for all budding downhill skiers,
snowboarders and tubers. The Ski Hill is set in 35 acres and has 21 runs for all ages and abilities, half of those are
for intermediate skiers with 5 runs for more advanced skiers and 5 for novice skiers. There are
3 lifts and the longest run is over 5000 feet in length, for more information visit the Ski Hill
Facebook page or visit www.skitheduck.com
Duck Mountain Loppet
One of the largest cross country ski events in our province takes place on the
last Saturday in February each and every year. The Loppet begins at the Little
Log Inn, located at the Madge Lake Golf Resort, and follows the beautiful
trails to backcountry huts staffed with some of Kamsack's finest volunteers.
It's a memorable and fun day for all, whether skiing 5, 10, 20, 25, 30 or 45 km.
Registration information is available through the Kamsack Ski Club website.
Kamsack Wildlife Federation's Awards Night & Ice Fishing Derby at Madge Lake
Come out at the end of the season to share your stories and see how successful other hunters have been, then catch the biggest fish in the province! This ice fishing derby is held each year in March by our hosts, the Kamsack Wildlife Federation. The annual event usually takes place on the last Sunday in March, for more information or if you would like to sponsor, contact the Wildlife Federation's Facebook Page.
Kamsack Green Day
The Town of Kamsack dedicates the fourth Saturday of May as Kamsack
Green Day. On this day, residents are encouraged to do their part in cleaning
up our community. In the weeks following Kamsack Green Day, the Town of
Kamsack schedules extra pick ups of compostable items. This includes tree
limbs, grass clippings, leaves, garden debris and any 100% compostable items
placed in garbage bags next to your back alley garbage cans. For more
recycling options in Kamsack, go to our Waste & Recycling page. There are groups and community members who volunteer for clean up of community green spaces. Person wishing to volunteer may contact the Town Office at 306-542-2155.
The Kamsack Power House Museum opens it's doors for the season starting with a pancake breakfast and a full day of entertainment, exhibitions and tours throughout the Museum. Victoria Day weekend is the usual starting date, check the local press for information and don't forget that entry and season ticket prices are incredibly good value. So come out and learn a little more about the community that we all live and love.
The Kamsack Swimming Pool is open for the season in June, we have the best outdoor seasonal pool in the province. Come out for family swims, lessons, SCUBA, snorkel, water polo and canoe & kayak clinics or sign your kids up for one or two week swimming lessons. We are open 7 days a week, so please visit our Facebook page for times, prices and other valuable information.
The Verigin Doukhobour Heritage Museum celebrates its annual heritage day. Visit the museum, taste stone oven baked bread and see how the Doukhobour lived long ago.
Canada Day Celebrations
Celebrate Canada Day hometown style with a slow pitch tournament, giant inflatables for the kids, food booth, beer gardens, wagon rides, mudboggin', DJ, Canada Day cake plus entertainment and fireworks. This event is always held at the Kamsack Sportsgrounds. Fireworks go off at dusk.
Water Ski and Wakeboard Saskatchewan Clinic
Hosted by the Town of Kamsack in July at the beautiful Duck Mountain Provincial Park, this clinic is always a hit with all who participate. A great demonstration is put on at the end of the day by provincially trained coaches. Open to all ages and skill levels, this clinic returns each year so if you are interested call the Kamsack Recreation Director on 306-542-2044 to register or check our Facebook page for updates.
Soccer & Baseball Tournaments at the Kamsack Sportsgrounds
If you are interested in hosting a baseball, softball or Slow Pitch tournament throughout August please call the Recreation Director on 306-542-2044 as soon as possible. Many of the weekends in August are booked well in advance, we have concessions, beer-gardens, porta-potties and three full-size baseball diamonds so come out and enjoy the summer that we certainly deserve after our winters!
Annual Registration Night
Clubs and organizations set up information booths to help you and your family decide which activities to do throughout the winter months. Registration night is scheduled for the second Thursday of September each year.
Come and experience the many unique cultures that our community has to offer. Founded in 2009, Culture Days is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a national network of cultural connections devoted to providing Canadians with opportunities to participate in, and appreciate, all forms of arts and culture. Through an annual three-day national celebration each September, hundreds of thousands of artists and cultural organizations in hundreds of cities and towns come together and invite Canadians to participate in free interactive and “behind the scenes” activities to discover their cultural spirit and passion. Visit the local Kamsack Arts Council website.
Hockey season is underway at the Broda Sportsplex (our arena) in Kamsack, our superb facility is home to a full quote of Minor Hockey teams. We also offer Learn to Skate programs (please contact the Recreation Director for details), free public skating throughout the week and free shinny for those budding hockey players. You can find the schedule by clicking on our Broda Sportsplex calendar or by calling the Broda Sportsplex on 542-4100. You can find contacts for the Kamsack Minor Hockey association by visiting their Facebook page.
Curling season also gets underway at the end of October, we have four sheets available for rental from the end of October. Our curling ice has one of the best reputations among the rinks in the province. If you are interested in booking the ice please contact the Kamsack Recreation Director on 306-542-2044 for availability and prices.
Christmas in November Tradeshow
This tradeshow is sure to get you on a great start to your Christmas shopping. The tradeshow is open to home-based businesses, crafters and food booths. Sponsored and organized by the Kamsack Playhouse Theatre. To book your booth, contact Brenda Wyllychuk at 542-4405
The Town of Kamsack hosts the Annual Santa Clause parade at the end of the month. Santa and his reindeer are joined by horse and wagon rides, carol singers from the Kamsack Community Choir and storytime reading from Kamsack Librarian. Come out and join hundreds of Kamsack residents to watch the parade before enjoying hot chocolate & cookies at the Senior Centre. More photos from previous Moonlight Madness Parades are available on our Facebook page.
A great event for your office Christmas Party or to impress that special
someone in your life, Dinner Theatre has become one of Kamsack's favorite
and most anticipated events. Our local Kamsack Players Drama Club never
disappoint, with a great evening of quality food and entertainment. A key
ingredient to holiday celebrations in Kamsack.