Woodlawn Regional Park has announced that they will not be hosting the popular Beach Bash event this coming year, replacing it with a more family-friendly event.

"The board has decided to go with a different focus," explained Parks Manager, Joanne Schulte. "The focus is going to be on more of a family orientated event, instead of a Beach Bash."

"We're going to have a carnival styled event. We'll have a show tent with a showman performing three performances that day. We want to have a complete children's area that will have  bouncy castles, our treasure hunt, petting zoo, and all the games that we had for Beach Bash, we'll have again for the kids, it'll just be expanded much more."

Shulte added that there will also be an Open Mic so anyone can come and showcase their talents. There will also be a flea market and some water events.

"It will consume the entire afternoon which is conducent to families getting out in the afternoon." 

She added that there will be a small cost to attend to cover the costs of putting on the event. 

The Carnival will be held on July 29th.

 

 

More Local News

SNS Marches Out Racism

The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCOS) has been raising awareness of the benefits of cultural diversity and the dangers of racism since November 22, 1975. Created to represent six regional…

Humane Society Has Vital Talks

Vital communication is a big part of our community and many areas within the energy city are gathering together to see where updates are needed. The Estevan Public Library hosted a recent community…

Glowing For A Cause

The Midale Swimming Pool had a fundraiser to bring out all those wanting to join in on a glow skate. Joleen Tuchscherer the administrator for the Town of Midale, "On Saturday we had a Glow Skate at…

Busy Docket For City Council

From the conditions of the streets and highways in southeast Saskatchewan, to the amount of money councillors and the mayor recieve, a number of major topics were discussed at council last night.…

Road Bans Come Into Affect

As of midnight Sunday night, road bans are officially on for the grid roads in the RM of Estevan, as well as Benson and Coalfields. Vehicles over 12,000lbs are barred from driving on all grid roads…

There Was A 78% Increase In Workplace Fatalities Last Year According To WCB

The Workers Compensation Board of Saskatchewan has released some of there injury and fatality numbers for the year 2018. While the ten-year average has seen a steady decline in the number of…

The B&T Gun Show Back For Its 6th Year

One could make the argument that the safest place in Estevan was at the B&T Gun Show this weekend. The Floors were jam-packed with hunters, sportsmen, and enthusiasts. The Wylie Mitchell Hall was…

Southeast College to Implement Business Management Essentials Program

Southeast College has plans to implement a Business Management Essentials program. Dion McGrath, President, and CEO of Southeast College shared some highlights of their plans in a media release on…

Changes That Simplify Payments To Foster Parents

The Saskatchewan Foster Families Association is applauding the Saskatchewan Government's announcement that they will simplify the payment structure for foster families. Currently, foster families…

Autism Funding Comes Up Short

With the recently released budget, the provincial government bumped the number of funding families with children with autism under the age of six receive. The funding is being increased from $4,000 a…

DiscoverEstevan.com is Estevan's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Search the Biz Guide

Login