Hey Nunnie Nunnie - presented by the Knights of Columbus
Peals of laughter ring like convent bells as the unconventional Mother Redempta and the mischievous, ukulele wielding, Sister Philomena Claire take to the stage in a dazzling display of improvisational and comedic escapades.
From the minds of Shannon O’Brien and Dana McCain come the madcap antics of Hey Nunnie Nunnie! Since 1994 the silly sisters of sin and song have captivated and charmed audiences across the United States with their unique style of reverent and irreverent comedy. Cracking jokes, singing songs, and “counseling” audience members, these two larger than life characters create an environment of hilarity that is sure to please.
Thursday, November 6th, 2014 - Hall A Prairieland Park
Doors open at 6:30pm
Show starts at 7:30pm
General Admission show - Tickets available at $40 (includes GST and S/C)
Tickets go on sale September 5, 2014
George Fox in Concert
presented by CJWW
Sunday, November 16th, 2014
Hall C - Prairieland Park
Doors open at 7:30pm
Show at 8:00pm
Tickets : Advance - $25 plus GST and S/CPurchase Tickets
2015 Feature Event
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Location: Hall A, Prairieland Park Trade & Convention Centre
Price: $50.00 per person, plus GST & Service Charge
Pre-registration is required
Precision Agriculture is continually advancing technologies and tools to help the producer get more bushels from the same land unit with the same or less inputs. On Wednesday January 14, join us in an exploration of – a Precision Agriculture clinic focusing on research on applications of these technologies and tools.
Tom Wolf, will provide you with an overview of weather conditions as they relate to spray drift and efficacy.
Presentations from leading researchers: Dr. Olga Walsh, Soil Fertility and Precision Nutrient Management Specialist, University of Idaho, will speak on Crop Sensors for Precision Agriculture.
Dr. Jeff Schoenau, Professor and Ministry of Agriculture Strategic Research Chair in Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan, will speak on developing variable rate prescriptions.
During lunch, Derek Rude A.Sc.T., Project Manager, PAMI will speak on how big a role the harvesting operation plays in Precision Agriculture. This year will feature, Lee Moats, a farmer near Riceton, Saskatchewan. Lee will speak on his experience using Greenseeker Technology.
Click here to download the day's agenda (Opens in new window)Purchase Tickets
-- FEBRUARY 13 - 15, 2015 --
NEW FOR 2015: Equine Extravaganza evening performances are NOT included in regular weekend or regular daily admission.
To attend either of the evening performances of the Equine Extravaganza you must purchase the "WEEKEND PLUS" OR "EQUINE EXTRAVAGANZA" ticket. (All ticket holders will be guaranteed a seat in the arena)
Live video viewing will be shown in Hall A and will be open to everyone with regular day pass.
Saskatoon Prairieland Park and volunteers from Saskatchewan Horse Federation, the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and various equine breed groups work together to facilitate this three-day 4th annual Saskatchewan Equine Expo.Purchase Tickets