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Saskatoon SK S7N 5A8

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Reception honouring the life of
Bob McKercher
(January 3, 1931 - January 1, 2024)
will be held on

Thursday, June 13, 2024
in Saskatchewan Hall
Western Development Museum
2610 Lorne Ave, Saskatoon

From 2:30-4:30pm
Short Program at 3pm

Desserts and Refreshments will be served
Family & friends are most welcome to attend


The Saskatchewan Agricultural Graduates' Association is turning 90 in 2025, so SAGA is planning a special weekend.

And what better place to hold such an auspicious celebration than at one of the preeminent places of Saskatchewan agricultural history, the Saskatoon branch of the Western Development Museum (WDM)!

Besides our usual program, including Honorary Life Members and Class photos, all who attend will be able to roam the museum, visiting and catching up with classmates as you stroll past the WDM and Saskatchewan Agriculture Hall of Fame displays.

90th Annual SAGA Reunion Banquet Weekend
January 10 & 11, 2025
More info HERE


As of July 1st, 2024 SAGA Membership fees will be increasing to:
             $150 for a Lifetime Membership
             $25 for an Annual Membership

Click HERE to learn more about SAGA Membership 

FRIENDS OF THE STONE BARN                   

This is to convey some of the information received during meetings, to discuss some draft heritage principles, and to discuss the state of the Stone Barn in particular. If you have comments on the draft heritage principles, or ideas for how the Stone Barn might be repurposed: please do send them along.  We need to ensure both initiatives - how heritage buildings are assessed and managed into the future, and a vision for the Barn - receive thoughtful, careful - and creative - responses. 

A report on 'Successful Examples of Adaptive Re-Use of Heritage Agriculture Buildings' has been put together by the Saskatoon Heritage Society and can be viewed here

Click on the Image below to view the Friends of the Stone Barn Newsletter.

Click here to view the Friends of the Stone Barn Newsletter - Volume 3 


This is the classic Saskatchewan story of communities coming together to fulfull a dream to construct the largest Agriculture teaching and research facility in Canada.

Click Here to purchase the Sodbuster's Vision Book.