Local Arts Entertainment & Food Faire

The Show

It’s with sadness we announce the cancellation of Sundog Arts and Entertainment Faire 2020.  We were hopeful that if we continued our planning, we could host a safe event during this pandemic.   However, at this point the capacity of our venue is still only 150 people, and we feel it is in the best interest of safety for our members, our volunteer organizations, and our customers to Cancel Sundog 2020.

New artists are welcome to join our Sundog family by purchasing a membership on our website – which gets you on our membership list for 2021 applications, and helps support keep our non-profit organization going!

We will start planning for 2021 in the New Year – but will continue to follow all precautions recommended by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.  

Please remember we are your local non-profit show! Your support at our show not only helps our artists who are small business owners, but we also give back to the community!

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Our Roots

The prime focus of the Sundog Arts Society has always been to promote arts, crafts and music, making them available to the general Saskatoon public. The first Sundog Handcraft Faire was held in the lower level of the Centennial Auditorium in 1974.