Pre-Sale Tickets will be available until July 29 at wawota.com, Grammie’s Gift Emporium, Front Porch Interiors, Wawota Hotel and 2nd Street Eats.
Family Pack (2 adults + 2 Kids) $90. $100 at the door.
Individual (age 17 and up) $27.50. $30 at the door.
Children (ages 5 to 16) $20
Children 4 and under Free.
“What can I do?” you ask….
Residents & Businesses:
1. Both the tidiness of your back alley and your front yard are equally important – friends and family will be seeing it all.
2. Pull all the weeds along the curb in front of your property – sweep up the dirt and debris and bag.
3. Trim all hedges, bushes, etc. – do it soon so it has a chance to re-leaf before the 31st.
4. Remove any dead-fall from your yard/alley.
5. Help your neighbour – help the Town – they will truly appreciate it.
6. Don’t neglect the vacant lot next to you – any extra trimming/cleaning really makes a difference.
7. Pick up any litter around your property.
8. If you need help with your yard – please ask someone for help.
We have had compliments in the past about our clean, friendly town.
Now is the time to let visitors know that Wawota is a great community – a safe friendly town in which to raise your family – an opportunity to start up a business.
REMEMBER – any compliments the Town of Wawota receives is a direct compliment to YOU!
THIS IS OUR TOWN AND WE ARE PROUD!!
Town of Wawota residents who had water damage, from the heavy rainfall, June 28 -30, 2014, may be eligible for coverage through PDAP. Private property claim applications and information are now available at the Town Office.
- Wawota Town Council
The Town of Wawota has moved the recycle bins that were located East of the Skateboard Park to a new location. The new location of the recycle bins is South of the Community Forum.
Please note that these recycle bins are to be used by Town of Wawota residents and businesses only. People living outside of Town are not to use this recycling service.
Please remember to flatten all boxes before placing them in bins.
Thank you for your assistance.
– The Town of Wawota
Thursday, May 22nd – 6:30 pm Carlyle at Wawota
Our Community is in desperate need for volunteers to drive the HandiVan.
Please consider putting your name on the volunteer list to help fellow community members who are in need of the HandiVan’s service.
Volunteers can provide their service on a regular schedule or by an on call basis.
A Criminal Record Check and a Driver’s License Abstract are required from all volunteers.
For more information please call:
- Holly Hodgson, Deer View Lodge Facility Manager Ph. (306) 739-2400
- Dana Fowler, Volunteer Coordinator Ph. (306) 739-2400
- Cheryl DeRoo, Town of Wawota Administrator Ph. (306) 739-2216
WHEREAS Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often disabling neurological disease affecting an estimated 100,000 Canadians;
WHEREAS Multiple sclerosis symptoms vary widely and may lead to problems with numbness, coordination, vision and speech, as well as extreme fatigue and even paralysis;
WHEREAS There is no known cause of, or cure for, multiple sclerosis;
WHEREAS The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, founded in 1948, is the only national voluntary
organization in Canada that supports both MS research and services for people with MS and their families;
WHEREAS The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada has provided more than $117 million for MS research during the past 60 years, as well as a wide range of programs and services, and social action for people with MS;
WHEREAS The dedication and commitment of the supporters and volunteers here today could only make
THEREFORE I, the Town Crier of the Town of Wawota, Saskatchewan, Canada, do hereby claim the month of May to be MS Awareness Month for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.
This date: April 25, 2014 Signature: Neil Birnie