Entertainment & The Arts


Free Book Delivery

Turning the Tide bookstore now offering free delivery in Saskatoon: View>


  • Art Placement in Saskatoon offering free delivery on art supplies: View >
  • Dandelion Art Framing & Gallery, pickup and delivery, phone 3062445959: View>
  • Hues Art Supplies offering free delivery: View>
  • Remai Modern Field Trip with Virtual Art accross Canada: View>
  • Turning the Tide bookstore now offering free delivery in Saskatoon: View>
  • Check out Saskatoon Public Library’s online resources: View>
    • If you don’t have a library card, you can get a temporary one online. More>
    • If you have a Saskatoon Public Library card, you have free access to Lynda.com, as well as Hoopla & Kanopy which are also great free services.

Connect with friends & family

  • Google Hangouts video chat: View>
  • Netflix Party – watch the same show & chat with friends: View>
  • Have virtual dinner with a friend or loved one using video services like Zoom.

Kids' Arts and Stories

  • 101 things to do at home: View>
  • Spring Scavenger Hunt: View>
  • Spread Joy: View>
  • Society6, weekly downloadable coloring book pages: View>
  • At home art classes with 4Cats: View>
  • Audible, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet: View>
  • French Children’s Stories: View>
  • Storyline Online, free literacy program where actors read to children: View>
  • U of S Law students offering 30 minute Skype book reading sessions for your kids. Or a donation of books/toys for your family. Email: cec297@usask.ca
  • Global Space Education Foundation, videos of astronauts on the Space Station reading stories to and conducting science experiments for the children of Earth: More>
  • Check out Saskatoon Public Library’s Digital Resources: View>


  • Live Virtual Concerts to watch online: View>
  • Watch TED Talks: View>
  • Free catalogue of Indigenous films: View>
  • Remai Modern Field Trip with Virtual Art accross Canada: View>
  • 12 Famous Museums You Can Tour From Your Couch:View>
  • Banff Mountain Film Festival online films. View>


  • Authors read storytime: View>
  • Canadian Writers sharing readings of their books: View>
  • Live Saskatchewan Poetry Friday 7 pm – 8 pm for the month of April. View>
  • Livestream the Melbourne Symphoney Orchestra: View>
  • Metropolitan Opera, nightly Met Opera streams: View>
  • radiooooo: collaborative radio, travel in time and space. View>
  • Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra conversations and music: View>
  • Livestream the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: View>
  • 1000 free audiobooks: View>


  • At-home singalongs with Choir! Choir! Choir!: View>
  • Netflix Party – watch the same show & chat with friends: View>
  • Lunch doodle with Mo Willemsn: View>
  • Saskatoon Pole and Dance Studio is offering classes through Zoom!
    Can buy passes through their MindBody to support them, but they are happy for folks to attend even if they can’t pay. View>
  • Saskatoon Salsa: online dance classes. View>
  • The Local Kitchen has online cooking classes. View>
  • Doing art at home? Join the U of S Community Arts group to connect and share your creations: View>
  • Print & colour in “We will see it through” pennant. Hang in your window!: View>

Support and Funding for Artists, Writers and Musicians

  • Support for artists and freelancers directory: View>
  • Banff Centre: directory of resources for Artists and the Art Sector. View>
  • Canada Council for the Arts Updates: View>
  • Canadian Writers’ Emergency Relief Fund: View>
  • Creative Relief Fund CBC: View>
  • National Theatre School offering 80 grants of $750. These funds will be granted to theatre artists in training, or artists who have completed a theatre training program within the past five years, to present a piece of art online. View>
  • Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals has a fund available for SATP members. Applications to become a member accepted: View>
  • Woodcock Fund for Writers, quick access for emergencies: View>

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