8 Ways To Find Inspiration in Downtown Saskatoon This March!
Let’s be honest, we could all use a little extra inspiration right about now, and March is the perfect time to find it. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with 8 must do activites in Downtown Saskatoon to check off your March bucket list – we just know you’ll have a little more spring in your step after you complete them all!
1. Check out DTNYXE’s
‘Context is Everything’ Exhibit
You may have noticed that 3000 paper dandelions have popped up behind windows in
We are so proud to present Monique Martin’s dandelion-themed installation, “Context is Everything”, which will be exhibited from March 1 – April 15, 2021.
Designed to bring attention to available spaces for lease within the district, Artist Monique Martin’s dandelions are the symbol of strength the world needs right now. As you wander through the district, notice that surge of spring inspiration wash over you when you catch a glimpse of these dandelions!
Click here for more info, including a list of exhibit locations.
2. Book a DTNYXE Staycation Package
It’s no secret that a great way to find inspiration is through travel, but may we suggest an alternative? Don’t let current travel stipulations cramp your style – book a staycation, right in Downtown Saskatoon! Trust us, there’s nothing more inspiring than waking up with a Downtown river view and exploring your city through the eyes of a tourist.
You’ve got bathrobes, you’ve got water slides – heck, you’ve even got breakfast in bed if you want it. We bet you’ll leave any of the DTNYXE staycations with your spring inspiration at an all time high.
Click here for a list of exciting DTNYXE staycation packages!
3. Go on a Photo Walk Throughout the District
There’s really no better way to awaken your senses than strolling through the district on a Spring day with your photographer’s hat on! Taking photos is one of the most inspiring and creative pursuits. It can encourage you to discover new places, see the world in a newer, fresher way, and really get to know
Go ahead, start strolling and snapping in Downtown Saskatoon. You’ll find newfound inspiration through creating something totally unique to you – just don’t forget to tag us in your posts 😉 ).
4. Fuel up at Citizen Café
Inspiration isn’t just for your mind, your taste buds need inspo too! Treat yourself to a fresh brewed coffee and a made-from-scratch pastry. Their cake jars and pop tarts are out of this world, and perfect to take with you on your March adventures!
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5. Pamper yourself with a pedicure
Because is there really any better way to put some Spring in your step?
It’ll be open toe shoe and sandle season before you know it, so make sure your feet are ready with a spa pedicure from Paramount DaySpa Salon Boutique. You’ll be ready to stroll the district feeling relaxed, renewed, and fresh as a Spring daisy.
Click here for more details, and to book your pedicure!
6. Visit Nutrien Wonderhub
Whether you’re young, or just young at heart, Nutrien Wonderhub is always that dose of inspiration we need. From nature walks along the Meewasin Trail to unique virtual events, there’s no telling what kind of inspiration you’ll uncover at Nutrien Wonderhub!
Click here for a full list of March Wonderhub events.
7. Check out Nuit Blanche
On March 19 + 20th, NBYXE will present
Winter’s End is a two-day socially distanced visual arts festival taking place in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods, including Downtown Saskatoon! This festival leading right into Spring will definitely help shake those winter blues.
Click here for more info.
8. Go to the Remai Modern for
Cinema at the Museum!
Since the Remai Modern is showing 5 incredible films this March, it’s definitely earned a spot on this list. The first March film will be Amazing Grace on March 5th. This never-before-seen movie with exclusive footage from 1972, features Aretha Franklin recording the most successful gospel album of all time, Amazing Grace. Just try to not be inspired after leaving the Remai after one of these films – we dare you!
For more details, including the list of showings,