Things to Do

West Central Events Centre
500 2nd Street East

The West Central Events Centre is Kindersley’s home to a fantastic variety of recreational activities. Hockey, skating, curling, track, community events, and more are held here year round. The 190-metre indoor track is the perfect place to get active.

Kindersley and District Plains Museum
903 11th Avenue East

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903 11th Avenue East
Box 599
Kindersley, SK  S0L 1S0

Ph: (306) 463-6620

Step back in time and see how Kindersley began when the first pioneers stepped off the train. Tour the heritage buildings on site and learn how the oil and agriculture industries have shaped West Central Saskatchewan.

The Kindersley and District Plains Museum is located at 903 11th Ave E on Highway #7. The Museum is open from mid-May until the end of September, 9am until 5pm daily. Tours are offered by request: Please call (306) 463-6620.

  • The Museum features:
  • The Famous Stone Head
  • Antique Farm, Oil and Gas Implements
  • Fully Furnished turn of the century Church, School and Fire Department Buildings
  • Antique Medical Supplies
  • Antique Furniture made from Elk and Moose Antlers
  • Audio-Visual Presentations
  • World War I & II artifacts
  • Stage Coach
  • Many, many more unique and fascinating displays and artifacts from the area

View more information about the  Kindersley Plains Museum .

Kindersley Flatlanders Speedway
7 km West on Highway 7

You want a thrill? Feel the wind rush by as Kindersley and area’s stock car racers try to beat the checkered flag.

Sunset Theatre
505 Main Street

Get some popcorn and check out the latest Hollywood flick at the newly-renovated Sunset Theatre. Weekly shows in regular and 3-D format.

Kindersley Walking Trail
West Road

The Kindersley Community Walking Trail provides the perfect environment for people of all ages to enjoy the outdoors. Consisting of 4.2 km of paved trail surrounding the picturesque Motherwell Reservoir, the trail is a place of quiet serenity nestled within an active and vibrant community.

Enjoy an activity during every season, including walking, jogging, rollerblading, fishing, canoeing, bird watching, biking, tobogganing, star gazing, and cross-country skiing.
Amenities include a parking lot, pavilion and picnic area, plus interpretive signs, benches and picnic spots along the trail.

Kindersley Library
104 Princess St


Marilyn Shea, Community Librarian
Ph: (306) 463-4141

104 Princess St
Kindersley, SK  S0L1S0

Tuesday: 10-5
Wednesday: 1-5; 7-9
Thursday: 1-9
Friday: 3-6, (1-5 pm effective January 4, 2013)
Saturday: 1-5

Grab a book or check out programming for all ages at the Kindersley Library.

The Kindersley Library is a part of the Wheatland Regional Library System. Members have access to thousands of books, magazines, DVDs, CDS, audiobooks, and other resource materials throughout Saskatchewan. The Wheatland Regional Library system offers an online database as well as select titles compatible with most E-readers.

The Kindersley Library provides free Internet service to the public, as well as photocopying and scanning for a small fee. The library's used book sale makes it possible for patrons to purchase their favourite book for just a few cents. The library also maintains an extensive local collection of movies and TV series on DVD and Blue-ray. Large print books and audiobooks are also available. Check out the Wheatland Regional Library page:


To become a member, you must provide two (2) copies of valid ID, one of which must have a recent photo. Membership is FREE.

Throughout the year, the Kindersley Library regularly hosts Story time for Children, frequent author visits and readings, and many summer programs.

Garden Gallery
311 Main St

Garden Gallery is located on Main Street Kindersley, right across from the post office. They host a revolving line up of Canadian Artists and consistently show pottery, photography and paintings by the owner, Devon Coles. The Gallery offers professional photographic services, framing, pottery, commercial artwork, prints, framed butterflies and art classes for children and adults. Concerts are hosted throughout the year and are open to submissions from artists and musicians. Kids group art classes start in September, January and April. Private classes are booked on an ongoing basis.

More information can be found at the Garden Gallery website  HERE  or follow on  Facebook