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What to see in Kindersley

Kindersley is located in west central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is situated along highway 7, a primary highway linking Calgary, Alberta and Saskatoon. This is a growing community of little less then five thousand people.

1. Kindersley and District Plains Museum

Kindersley and District Plains Museum

This is the right place if you are ready to take back in time and see how Kindersley began when the first pioneers came here. In this building visitors can learn about how the oil and agriculture industries have shaped this part of Saskatchewan. Inside the museum visitors can see the famous stone head, antique farm, oil and gas equipment, church, school, stage coach, fire department building, antique elk furniture and World War I and II artifacts.

3. Kindersley Library

Kindersley Library

The Kindersley Library is a part of the Wheatland Regional Library System. Visitorscan use an online database as well as select titles compatible with most E-readers. They also provide free Internet service, as well as photocopying and scanning. They always have some used book on sales. Therefore, visitors may purchase some good books for just a couple of cents.

5. West Central Events Centre

West Central Events Centre

If you want to take a part in some recreational activities than the West Central Events Centre is the right place for you. You can take a part in hockey, skating and curling.

2. Kindersley Walking Trail

Kindersley Walking Trail

If you are in for the outdoor enjoyment, the Kindersley Community Walking Trail provides the perfect environment for that. The trail consists of 4.2 km of paved trail through the nature around picturesque Motherwell Reservoir. This walking trail is a place of peace and quiet that is nestled in an active and vibrant community. Here, visitors can enjoy in walking, jogging, rollerblading, biking, bird watching, fishing, canoeing and tobogganing.

4. Garden Gallery

Garden Gallery

Garden Gallery is located right across the post office. They host a revolving line up of Canadian Artists. They always have many pottery pieces, photography and paintings by the owner, Devon Coles. Concerts are hosted here throughout the whole year.

The town was established in 1910, and named after Sir Robert Kindersley. The town is surrounded by great nature and landscapes.

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