Our Heritage, Our House, Our Future - Government House museum, experiences the entire family will enjoy all year round! http://www.governmenthouse.gov.sk.ca/ Discover Government House, a true Canadian treasure! Built in 1891, this grand building first served as the official residence of the Lieutentant Governor of the North-West Territories. Restored to the period of Lieutenant Governor Amedee Forget, who was in office from 1898-1910, the museum gives you a glimpse of life at Government House at the turn of the 20th century.
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Trivia Tuesday! This sword belonged to Lieutenant Governor Hugh Monroe, but it ended up in an auction house in Montreal after his death in 1947. A grade four class from which local school helped raise money to retrieve it? Your guess will enter you into a draw to receive a large package of collector's edition Government House tea! You do not have to guess correctly to win, and the answer will be revealed tomorrow. Experience the history. Experience the magic. Experience Government House!
Our March's St. Patrick's Day themed Government (Club) House is full! Please join us on Saturday, April 21 for the next one! Registration opens on Tuesday, April 3. This free, magical learning adventure is a new monthly program that offers children aged four through 10 physical activity, hands-on crafting, and interactive story time. Click the image for more information.
The ladies of Government House would like to wish women everywhere, and all of their allies, a very happy International Women's Day!
Can anyone guess how old this rare, Canadian-sculpted statuette of Sir John A. MacDonald is? Give it your best guess in the comments, and you'll be entered to win a large package of collector's edition Government House Tea! Experience the History. Experience the magic. Experience Government House!
Wishing everyone a bright and happy Holi! Drop by GH anytime today through Sunday to celebrate the festival of colours with some free colourful crafting!
Registration is now open for March's Government (Club) House! Last month filled up fast, so email email@example.com to register today! Saturday, March 17, 2018 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Government House This free, magical learning adventure offers children aged four through 10 physical activity, hands-on crafting, and interactive story time. Come learn about our province's heritage while making new friends in a National Historic Site!
In case you didn't catch us this morning on CTV Morning Live - Regina
Having a great time with CTV Morning Live - Regina this morning talking about the new educational boardgame, It's Democarcy!
We're all wearing pink today to take part in the anti-bullying movement, Red Cross Pink Day. #PinkShirtDay #ImagineNoBullying Did you know that when a bystander intervenes in a bullying situation, it usually stops within 10 seconds? Speak up and #BeSomeonesHero today.
We had so much fun with everyone who came out to make buttons with us last Friday! Join us for a free Easter Button Making Workshop on Friday, March 30. #GHmagic #Easter2018 Experience the history. Experience the magic. Experience Government House!
NOTICE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the creative writing workshop for young adults, scheduled for tomorrow, February 24, from 1 pm – 4 pm at Government House has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. We also encourage you to watch for and participate in similar programs that may be held in the near future. There’s always magic going on at Government House! Open Tuesday – Sunday, 9 am – 4 pm.
In celebration of Heritage Week, February 18 - 24, we want to see how well you know Saskatchewan's heritage! There are tons of artifacts to explore at Government House, including this beautiful antique teacup that gives a sneak peek into life at Government House in the Victorian era. #GHmagic Can you guess what the ledge on the teacup was for? Give it your best guess in the comments!