Summer Activities

Super Summer Events

We will be sending out weekly emails with information and reminders about the events: where and when to meet, what the activity entails, and changes in the schedule. Please be sure to look out for these emails, as it is likely some of the times may change slightly. If you aren’t registering ahead of time but still want to receive weekly email updates, please email


We are offering three payment methods for the events. Prices are different than past years due to it being one week shorter, and a late start. If you have concerns about the cost, please contact the Town Office, and we can discuss some options that will work for you and your family. Summer registration fees are as follows:


Option 1:

Summer Rate – $40 per child. This gives the child access to all the programs held throughout the months of July and August 2021 [with 21 events scheduled, the rate is $1.90/child/event]. 


Family Rate – $30 per child if registering 2 or more children for the summer [with 21 events scheduled, the rate is $1.43/child/event].


Payment for this option is due when forms are dropped off or emailed into the office.

Option 2:

Punch Pass – $20 per pass. This gives children access to 10 activities throughout the summer. The passes are valid for the entire summer of 2021.  You can purchase additional passes at the Town Office [the rate is 0.95c/child/event].

Option 3:

Pay Per Event = $3 per child. If you’ve not registered for a payment plan ahead of time, in order to participate, each child would need to bring $3 to take part in the day’s activities. It is also required that a registration form is filled out even if you only plan to come for one day for liability purposes. Forms can be found at the office or filled at the time of the activity. 


Langham Spray Park

Beat the heat at the Langham Spray Park. The splash pad is located in Community Park and is surrounded by picnic tables, a swing set, and is beautifully landscaped. Depending on the weather and management,  the Spray Park is open June – September from 10 am-8 pm.




Langham Days

Our annual Langham Days Celebration is typically held the third weekend in June. It is a chance for the people of Langham to get out into the sunshine, enjoy the Summer with their neighbors and be entertained. Typical Langham Days activities include:

  • Pancake Breakfast
  • Main Street Parade
  • Live Music
  • Museum Tours / Homemade Pie Sale
  • Langham Branch Library Book , Hot Dog & Hamburger Sale
  • Kids Activities (face painting, bouncy castles, fish pond, etc.)
  • Slo Pitch Tournament

The Recreation Department strives to improve and add to the activities offered during our Langham Days Celebration. If family, company or individuals would like to sponsor an event to help us grow the celebration, please feel free to contact the Recreation Department at the Town Office.

Horse Boarding/Indoor Riding

River Trail Ranch
P.O. Box 200
Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada
S0K 2L0
Call: 306-254-2754 | 

Langham and District Heritage Village and Museum

The Museum summer season opens from the May long weekend to the September long weekend. Transform yourself back in time and visit the Railway Station. Peruse your way through the extensive collection inside and out in the yard. Experience farm and town life in the early years of Langham!

For more information about the Museum and rentals visit here.

Langham Branch Library

The Library runs a summer reading program each year with various themes, games, contests and events. Please visit our library and be transported to new and exciting places and adventures!

Fall Activities

Fall Classic Slo Pitch Tournament

Our annual Langham Fall Classic Slo Pitch Tournament is held by the Slo Pitch League Committee in efforts to raise money for improvements to the Sports Grounds. It is typically held the weekend after the Labour Day Long weekend in September. For more information on the league or tournaments, please contact:

Passport to Langham

This event is typically held the Thursday after the September Long Weekend. It showcases churches, service clubs, organizations, sports, schools, museums, libraries, cultural activities, and much more available to the residents of the Town of Langham and surrounding area. Visit Passport to Langham and “Discover What Langham Has To Offer!” Please see the events calendar for this year’s date!

Fowl Supper

Fowl suppers in Langham date back to the 40’s and 50’s. But at that time, there were several individual churches that held their own. The Legion Hall (where the 8 plex is now) was the in town location for many years. It steadily grew in attendance and for at least one year the Fowl supper was held in both the Legion Hall and the Skating Rink Lobby. When the Langham Community Hall was built, the Hall Board held the Fowl Suppers as a fund raiser for the hall. When the Hall Board was dissolved, the Recreation Department and several churches in Langham and area took over the planning. Currently the Fowl Supper is held the last Sunday of October. It boasts one of the best meals held in the area, people attend from Warman, Martensville, Saskatoon, Dalmeny, Borden and Radisson. The menu is always Turkey and all the fixings including pie for dessert. All of which is donated by the generous people of Langham. Donations are accepted from Corporate and private citizens to pay for the Turkeys, but local families donate the time and energy to cook those delicious birds! Recently added is a “takeout” feature where people who are not able to stay, may take their meal home with them in a takeout container provided by the Fowl Supper Committee. The Fowl Supper is a great opportunity to sit and visit with your neighbours and friends of Langham and surrounding area! Please see the calendar of events for the Fowl Supper date for this year!

For more information or to volunteer please call the Recreation Department at (306) 283-4842.

Winter Activities

Langham Community Christmas Craft Sale

Annual Event – November

Each year the community of Langham hosts a successful market for all your holiday needs! Last year’s market included local baking, scented candles, photographers, Christmas cards, jewelry, artisans, baby and children’s clothing and much, much more.

 Contact Andrea at (306) 283-4806 to book your table today.

Public Skating

October to March

Pubic Skating for the 2021-2022 season begins October 10th and operates until the end of March. The public skating times are as follows: 

Sundays:  4:30pm – 5:30pm

Tuesdays: 3:15pm – 4:30pm

Fridays:    3:15pm – 4:30pm

There will be no public skating on March 20th, 2022.