2019 Events

Annual General Meeting

Date: January 29th


Dinner: 6:00 PM

Meeting: 7:00 PM

2018 Events

Annual Family Christmas Celebration

Join us at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation as we host our Annual Family Christmas Celebration. Santa will bring gifts for the kids.


Date: December 15th

Time: 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Dinner @ 6:00 PM)

Location: Clubhouse


From 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM we will be hosting archery and air rifle for the kids.


Scoring Day

Date: December 9th

Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Clubhouse


Members - FREE

Non-Members - $10

Lunch - $10


Official scorers will be on hand to score your antlers.  No appointment necessary, open to the public.

Annual Gun Auction and Swap Meet

Saturday September 29th 10am to 6pm

Do you have unwanted guns? Turn them into CASH!
Consign or donate your guns and help support our conservation initiatives.

Location: Saskatoon Wildlife Federation Clubhouse
Admission: $5 (free for club members)
Swap meet tables $10 each - accessories only
Lunch will be Chili on a bun - $5 per plate
2pm Auction begins - Bidders must register with valid PAL
Bar will be open!
Call the office to book your table or consign your guns (306-242-1666)

Summer Camps

Summer Camp 2018


Registration begins for Saskatoon Wildlife Federation members on April 1, 2018.  Non-members may apply beginning April 8, 2018.

Scholarships available – please attach scholarship application to camp registration.

Scholarship Application Form

Each summer the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation hosts summer camps at our clubhouse. Campers get a chance to enjoy the outdoors, learn some new skills, and develop friendships in a positive environment. Scholarships are available by application. Please call our office for more information.

This comment is from one of the parents and describes the camper's experience!

"My son LOVED his week at camp! It was the highlight of his summer and he's looking forward to next summer's camp already!"


Camp Scholarship Program

Every year, the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation sponsors children in their summer camps. Applicants must meet the eligibility requirements and be accepted.

  • Be between the ages of 6 and 11 years, and attending elementary school in Saskatoon or the surrounding area.
  • Provide a short description of why he/she is deserving of the scholarship and what he/she hopes to gain from the camp experience.


Saskatoon Wildlife Federation graciously acknowledges financial support for summer camp from the following:

"Friendship" - up to $500

"Bullseye" - up to $1,000

"Campfire" - up to $2,500


"Night Sky" - over $2,500

Community Initiatives Fund

26th Annual Ladies' Dinner

Friday, May 4th, 2018

Doors Open/Cocktails - 5:30 PM  Dinner - 7:00 PM  Auction - 8:00 PM


Theme: Country Western - Kick Up Your Boots!

Proceeds go to help fund our youth summer camps.

Entertainment by Topher Mils

SCMA Award winner - Topher Mils brought to you by Sheila Ashdown of Century 21 Fusion.

Sheila will also be providing the shot glasses and the first round of shooters for everyone, plus the second round for the V.I.P. table.


Topher Mils Website

Door Prize

One of a kind set of Diamond Earings, by Rings N' Things, valued at $5,250.

Sponsored by Galon Insurance.

Door Prize

Weekend house boating package valued at $1,480 and sleeps eight!  Taxes, fuel, insurance, and damage deposit extra.

Sponsored by Aurora Houseboats.

Evening Wine

Wine generously donated by Darryl Yousie of ABC Manufacturing.

Photo Booth

LOL Photo Booth brought to you by Theresa Hrynkiw with Investors Group.

Dessert Bar

Sponsored by Brigadier Security.

Sports and Leisure Show

March 2nd to March 4th, 2018

The Saskatoon Sports and Leisure Show is the biggest show of its kind in Saskatchewan, and brings more of the vendors you want to see to Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. We bring summer to Saskatoon in March by filling each of the halls with sporting goods, RVs, boats, and more that you need for your outdoor lifestyle.


The Saskatoon Wildlife Federation sponsors the show each year and works to bring in vendors and games to appeal to a wide range of visitors. An archery shoot, "The Wild One", is put on by the Saskatoon Straight Shooters drawing enthusiastic crowds, and our speakers never fail to get our guests excited about the outdoors.

2018 Elmer Hindmarsh Wild Game Dinner

Friday, January 26th, 2018


6:00 PM - Silent Auction, Cocktails, Reception
7:00 PM - Dinner
8:00 PM - Live Auction & Raffles


$75 per person
$600 per table of 8



  • Appetizers
    • Meat & Cheese Platter
    • Homemade Jerky
    • Smoked Rainbow Trout
    • Vegetable Platter
  • Dinner Buffet
    • Moose Sausage w/ Pilsner & Peppers
    • Country Style Moose w/ Chilli Glaze
    • Moose Bourguignon
    • Wild Boar Crown Roast w/ Cherry Sauce
    • Garlic Roasted Baby Potatoes
    • Glazed Carrots
    • Caesar & Pasta Salads
    • Buns & Butter
  • Dessert
    • Selection of Pastries & Squares

Up For Auction - 9-Day Hunting Package



  • 1 Hunter & 1 Observer
  • Accomodations, meals, and beverages
  • Preparation of trophies and delivery to taxidermy
  • Trophies
    • 1 Impala
    • 1 Blesbok

Value: $5,700


Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Saskatoon Rifle and Revolver Club will be holding their annual AGM on February 6th at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation club house classroom. 

The meeting will start at 7:00 PM and all members that have a current range access are welcome to attend.

Awards Dinner

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Award recipients will be notified

Dinner - 6:00 PM
Program - 7:00PM

2017 Events

Ladies' Dinner

Thank you to the following businesses and individuals for their support of the Ladies' Dinner & Auction. Proceeds from this dinner help to fund our summer camps.

Corporate Table Sponsors:

Auction & Raffle Supporters:

"Friendship" - up to $500

Special Thanks:
Darcy Fogen at Peoples - The Diamond Store
Elton Dutka at Rings 'N Things for pricing considerations.

"Bullseye" - up to $1,000

"Campfire" - up to $2,500

Aurora Houseboats of Tobin Lake

Ladies' Day - 2017

Annual Awards Banquet - 2017

February 9, 2017

On February 9, Saskatoon Wildlife Federation held their annual awards banquet to celebrate the achievements of our members throughout the year. Awards Chair Gordon Kincade hosted the evening, assisted by Howard Closson and Blair Torgerson.

Junior members may enter any game bird, animal or fish (no minimum) or wildlife photography to be considered for awards. Junior Awards were presented to:

All Juniors who entered received $25 Gift Certificates sponsored by North Pro Sports and were entered in a draw for a $200 Gift Certificate at North Pro Sports, sponsored by Gordon Kincade.

Firearms Safety & Hunter Safety Instructors are important volunteers in our club. They share their expertise with young and older students who want to do hunting and shooting sports. A number of the instructors also volunteer at the Sports & Leisure Show, and are great ambassadors for our club. Certificate seals were presented by Jolene Hofstra, (Instructor Coordinator) to:

(posthumously to Bruce Sorenson)

Regular awards were presented in the following categories:



Mule Deer

Whitetail Deer


Wayne was also recognized for placing 2nd overall in the provincial competition in 2015.

Each year a member is recognized as Top Salesperson for memberships. Representing the Saskatoon Straight Shooters, Michael Kincade received this award.
Co-Chairs of the Sports and Leisure Show received seals for existing certificates - Howard Closson & Brad Ashdown, and a new certificate - Heather Graham-Nakaska.

Saskatoon Rifle & Revolver Club presented awards for Outstanding Member to Michael Banman and to Peter Farquharson.
Most Competitive awards were given to Jeremy Ruddick (presented by Eric Mooney), and to Adam Glatt (presented by Trent Booker).

Saskatoon Wildlife Federation Outstanding Member award was presented by Greg Jaques to Michael Kincade. Greg cited Michael's dedication to the Straight Shooters, and promoting the sport of archery in our community, as well as serving as a Vice-President on our Board of Directors.

Awards Chair Gordon Kincade prefaced the presentation of the Lifetime Memberships by stating that his last communication from the late Lifetime Member Bruce Sorenson was to nominate two of this year's recipients.
President Bob Freberg introduced Peter Farquharson as the first new Lifetime Member. Peter's leadership in SRRC events over the years was noted, and in particular his dedication and commitment to the new outdoor range project.
Judy Closson described the many hours of work that Vice- President Howard Closson devotes to our club, including chairing the Sports & Leisure Show, serving on the Board, working behind the scenes on club projects, and more recently preparing meals for our club functions and banquets.

Vice-President Al Leggott summarized the years of club involvement leading up to Robert Freberg becoming club president and leading us into an exciting time of growth for the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation. Bob's enthusiasm for the shooting sports and all aspects of the club has been a driving force in the success of recent club ventures.

Congratulations to all award recipients, and particularly to our new Lifetime Members who continue to share their time and talents with our club.

2016 Events

Annual Awards Banquet - 2016

February 9, 2016

On February 9, 2016, the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation held their annual awards banquet, recognizing members' achievements in hunting, fishing, sport shooting, photography, volunteerism, and conservation. Three members were also honoured as new Lifetime Members.

Awards Chairman Gordon Kincade and Vice President Howard Closson welcomed more than one hundred members in attendance and opened the evening with the youth awards presented to:

Each Junior member was also awarded a $25 gift certificate on behalf of North Pro Sports. A $200 gift card was presented to Avril Arthur.

The instructors for Firearms Safety and Hunter Education programs were recognized for their volunteer efforts year-round in leading the classes and administering exams.

Instructors: Richard Boucher, Bob Bozak, Phil Braybrook, Doug Coley, Al Ens, Ryan Engele, Andrew Findlay, Ron Ford, Jolene Hofstra, Alfred Hovdestad, Lyle Haas, Al Jackson, Gordon Kincade, Al Leggott, Marc Lebrun, John Lozinsky, Chris Paige, Doug Pierce, Bob Schreiner, Alan Sutton, Bruce Sorenson, Norman Tewes, JP Thauberger, Ryan Thelander.

2016 SWF Firearm Instructors
The Instructors
Standing left to right: Richard B., Lyle H., Andrew F., Jolene H., Al L, Ron F.
Seated left to right: Bruce S., Gordon K., Alfred H.

Adult awards & certificates were presented to:

Saskatoon Rifle & Revolver Club presented their award to Mike Charters as their Outstanding Member, and to Julia Warren & Michael Banmans as Most Competitive.

The Gary Maloff Habitat & Conservation Award was presented by Pat Rogers to Barb Hanbidge for her considerable work in habitat conservation and awareness.

Saskatoon Wildlife Federation's Executive Director Brad Ashdown presented the Outstanding Member Award to club treasurer Brian Graves, who accepted via video link, with some help from his daughter Whitney Graves.

Newly-appointed Lifetime Members were announced and lauded for their ongoing contributions to the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation as volunteers and outstanding ambassadors to the club. President Bob Freberg sent greetings, and each Lifetime Member was introduced:

  • Wayne Keating - presented by Al Leggott
  • Grant Gresty - presented by Brad Ashdown
  • Bruce Sorenson - presented by Gordon Kincade

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