What to do with kids this Easter weekend in Saskatoon

easter weekend 2019 in saskatoon

2019 is sure off to a fast start, and I cannot believe that Easter weekend is nearly here! We wanted to share a few things that you could get out and do with your kids this weekend in Saskatoon. Let us know what you plan on doing, or tag us on Instagram showing us what you got up to.

1. Geocaching Easter Egg Hunt in Martensville

When: April the 19th – 26th.

Where: Martensville

I kid you not, this is a real live treasure hunt around Martensville. Use GPS co-ordinates to find hidden eggs around the community. Each egg will contain the new co-ordinates and clue for the next location. The Grand Prize will be announced on the 26th April. More information here.

2. Celebrate Easter at Lawson Heights Mall

When: Friday the 19th April and Saturday the 20th April

Where: Lawson Heights Mall (134 Primrose Drive)

What’s happening? Well, what isn’t happening at Lawson Heights this weekend! They have a jam-packed weekend planned starting on Friday with the Easter Bunny making appearances from 11:30am – 1:30pm and 2:30 – 4:30pm. A Petting Zoo will be available from 11am – 5pm, AND Belle (from 12 – 1pm) and Aurora (from 1 – 2pm) are coming to say hi! Then on Saturday the fun continues, with the Easter Bunny from 11:30am – 1:30pm and 2:30 – 4:30pm, the Petting Zoo from 9:30am – 6pm AND so many in store guest appearances (Anna, Elsa, Rapunzel, Ariel). There is also a Scavenger Hunt (sheets available at King’s Castle). For more information, head to the Lawson Heights Mall or King’s Castle Designs & Events Facebook pages.

3. Have a Picture with the Easter Bunny at Market Mall

When: Friday the 19th April and Saturday the 20th April

Where: Market Mall (2325 Preston Avenue South)

Make a memory and kick off the weekend with some Easter cheer – bring the kids to meet the Easter Bunny and take a picture on Friday from 11am – 5pm, and on Saturday from 10am – 6pm.

4. The Saskatoon Farmers Market Easter Egg Hunt

When: Saturday the 20th April from 12pm

Where: Saskatoon Farmers Market (414 Avenue B South)

Children must find the farmer with the bunny ears and choose one egg from the basket. In each egg, there will be a clue which you need to solve! Once you find the vendor, you receive your prize! The event runs from 12 – 1pm, while quantities last (so get there early and browse around)!

5. Ashworth Holmes Park is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt

When: Saturday the 20th April from 10am – 2pm

Where: Ashworth Holmes Park (Avenue D N)

There will be Pony Rides and a Petting Zoo (weather permitting), as well as goodies and beverages available. Over one thousand candy-filled Easter eggs will be hidden all over the park! That’s a lot of eggs! Remember to register your kids and all proceeds are going to a local charity. More information here.

6. Easter at the Berry Barn

When: Sunday the 21st April

Where: The Berry Barn (830 Valley Road)

Come along for the Buffet from 9am – 3pm or the Plated option from 4pm. Reservations required and spaces fill up fast so don’t delay. More information here.

7. The Easter Brunch Buffet at The German Cultural Centre

When: Sunday the 21st April from 10am – 2pm

Where: German Cultural Centre (160 Cartwright Street East)

Bring your family along for a memorable meal together. Reservations required. More information here.


There are also Library Story Times (various library locations across the city), a Preschool Dance Party (various library locations across the city), Family Favourites at Cineplex Cinemas ($3 movies for the whole family), Story and Craft time (hosted at Indigo), and the Draggin’s Annual Car Show this weekend. If you need any information on these events, comment and let us know!


Have a wonderful Easter, from us over at Ask Mum.


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