Kids out of school and don’t know what to do? Come and hang out and have some fun at the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF)!
The SSHF is offering a new program during the February break to encourage kids to have fun and keep active.
Schools Out! is a 90-minute program that will run from February 22-24 and is being offered at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Hall of Fame (2205 Victoria Ave., Regina). The program will feature a guided tour of the Hall of Fame’s exhibits and then plenty of time to play and enjoy our multi-sport simulator, adaptive curling ice, and the STEM Interactive Gallery sponsored by SaskTel. The tour will also feature a scavenger hunt and there will be time at the end to play and explore on your own.
Visitors to the STEM Interactive Gallery can test their vertical jump, their balance, their strength, their standing long jump, their flexibility, and their grip strength at our STEM stations. The multi-sport simulator is a popular favourite that allows visitors to test their sporting skills in a variety of virtual games like baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer, and more. Our four-rock adaptive curling “ice” allows visitors to slide their stones down the ice either from their knees or with an adaptive stick that affixes to the stone.
The Hall of Fame’s featured exhibit is Fanfare, while the Dedication to Sport exhibit celebrates our 13 newest inductees.
Participation for one adult and one child requires a $5 donation. Each additional visitor (whether adult or child) is a requires another $2 donation. We ask that children be accompanied by an adult for the duration of their visit and the adults are welcome to participate as well. This program is best suited for children between the ages of 4-12. Water bottles are recommended as the water fountain in our foyer is not available to the public.
Donations are non-refundable. We thank you for your understanding. Participants will receive a tax receipt for the cost of their donation.
There is a maximum of 20 spots available for each of the six offerings of the program.
If you have any questions, please email our Education Coordinator Vickie Krauss at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306-780-9232.