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Batoche National Historic Site

2017 Events

Visitors enjoying Batoche
Be a part of the festivities at Batoche National Historic Site!
© Parks Canada

Mark your calendar

May 22  Opening Day
June 21  National Aboriginal Day Celebrations
July 1  Canada Day
July 8  Louis Riel Relay and Kidfest
28 to 30
 Journée du patrimoine
September 30  Taste of Métis Culture Craft Show
October 6  Site Closes

Special event, program or rental fees may apply.

National Aboriginal Day

Wednesday, June 21
Celebrate First Nations and Mètis culture at Batoche. Music, cultural activities, fresh bannock and more!

Canada Day

Saturday, July 1
Happy birthday Canada! Come for cake and a bit of family fun!

Louis Riel Relay and Kidfest

Saturday, July 8
Come pass the baton in Batoche! The family fun filled day will have entertainment, kids’ activities, bouncy castles, face painting, pavilions, and of course, the races! For fun or competition - youth or adult - all are welcome! See the Louis Riel Relay and Kidfest page for details.

Two adults and two children are paddling a canoe in the river.
© Parks Canada

To register or purchase tickets, please visit our partner site: 

For more information call: (306) 423-6227

12th edition of Journées du patrimoine - Heritage Days

Saturday, September 30
Join us for the 12e edition of Journées du patrimoine – Heritage Days. This bilingual celebration of French culture and tradition invites you and your family out for a day of interesting and interactive family activities, great food, workshops and the culture craft show.

Taste of Métis culture craft show

Saturday, September 30
Find those great gifts or treats for yourself, this unique addition to the heritage day offers different purchase opportunities each year and have included fresh garden vegetables, handmade gift items, canned goods, baking, homemade soaps, salves, quilts, afghan blankets, toques, scarves, and the list goes on. Have something to sell? Contact us for details.

Partner Events in the Area

Back to Batoche Days

July 13 to 16
Join our partners July 13 to 16 for a cultural weekend of celebrating Métis heritage. Enjoy exciting events at the Back to Batoche Festival Grounds like chuckwagon and chariot races; jigging, horseshoe, and bannock competitions; as well as a variety of artisan goods and crafts.

Special programming and activities will be available at both the Batoche National Historic Site, and the Back to Batoche Festival Grounds located 1km north of Batoche.

For exciting updates check our partner’s webpage and Facebook.

Batoche National Historic Site
Only one hour north of Saskatoon or one hour south of Prince Albert!
(306) 423-6227