The town of Kindersley has a little bit of something for people of all interests. Whether you are into outdoor recreation, art, history, or nature, there is something for everybody.
History lovers will love learning how the oil and agriculture industries have shaped West Central Saskatchewan at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum. There are also a vast array of activities nearby if you have a love for the outdoors. Just 2.8Km away is the Kindersley Regional Park and Golf Course, as well as the Motherwell Walking Trail.There are activities to enjoy during every season at the park including walking, jogging, fishing, canoeing, bird watching, biking, tobogganing, and cross-country skiing. Berard and Flanagem Fields are just a short 1.5Km away as well. Art lovers will revel in the Garden Gallery, which hosts a revolving line of Canadian artists, provides art classes, and hosts concerts.
Kindersley also has several annual events that you won’t want to miss. The Annual Goose Festival in September celebrates Kindersley traditions of the past, present, and future. The Annual Trade Show is another great event that gives local businesses, entrepreneurs, artists, and crafters 3 days to promote themselves and their products. Every June, the Indoor Rodeo is hosted in the West Central Events Center and has taken the honour of Top Rodeo from the Canadian Cowboys Association.