Moose Jaw Arts in Motion is a non-profit organization of artists, arts supporters and arts-related businesses and groups of all types dedicated to advancing the quality of life in Moose Jaw arts including performing, media, literary, and visual arts, artistic crafts, and heritage and multicultural arts. One of its key objectives is to improve conditions for arts groups and organizations of all sizes and types. AIM currently has 185 members, of which 68 are organizations and arts related businesses and 117 are individual artists and arts supporters. Tel:692-6933  e-mail

Moose Jaw Art Guild We are a diverse group of artists that live in the Moose Jaw area. Moose Jaw has had a long rich history of artists coming together to share their creative interests and artistic endeavors. Today our membership represents a growing range of ages, interests and skills brought together by a common desire to share, exhibit, educate and foster appreciation for visual arts in our community. Please visit our web site at:  or contact us at or phone Co-Chair Debbie Blash 692-0888 or Treasurer Joan Measner 692-3108

MOOSE JAW YOUTH STRING ORCHESTRA – Non profit organization administered by a board of parent volunteers. Affordable music instruction in violin, viola, cello + string bass for school aged children. For more information and e-mail link, visit

Moose Jaw Public Library  provides informational, cultural, educational and recreational materials and programs to all sectors of the population adding to   the quality of life in the community and serves as an addition to and extension of other educational systems. We are located on 461 Langdon Cres. For more information call  692-2787 or e-mail Moose Jaw Public Library

Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery We are Moose Jaw’s only public art gallery and museum devoted to preserving and presenting Moose Jaw and area’s cultural and human history. Located in Crescent Park 461 Langdon Crescent Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Tel: 306-692-4471 Fax: 306-694-8016

Festival of Words is a registered non-profit organization established (and governed) by volunteers interested in creating and promoting programs that celebrate, in various formats, the imaginative uses of words by Canadians, oral and written, English as well as other languages, to entertain and enlighten readers and listeners of all types. For more information contact Irene Grobowsky 691-0557 or e-mail festivalword

The Moose Jaw Festivale Singers, under the direction of Josh Carley, is a community based choir that is committed to offering a quality choral experience. It is specifically designed for youth ages 8-23 years and is divided into junior and senior levels. For further information contact Mary at 693-3403.

Moose Jaw Community Theatre  Moose Jaw Community Theatre has been around for the last 3 years. We do 2-3 full length plays a year as well as one act plays. We have the Children’s Festival in June. Future event is an Authentic Vaudeville Show to commemorate the opening of the new Cultural Centre contact Russ McKnight at  692-3233

Moose Jaw Prairie Hearts Quilters Guild We are over 100 members strong in our guild and we meet twice a month on the first and third Thursday of the month .  We offer beginner quilting classes, workshops on different quilting techniques and the opportunity to share and learn.  We provide comfort quilts for children with serious illnesses, transition house  and are hoping to equip our local fire department with comfort quilts. For more information call  Lisa Tipper at 693-5030

Sons of Norway is an organization open to everyone who would like to learn and keep the culture of Norway alive. There are Sons of Norway Lodges across Canada and the United States as well as in Norway. For more information contact Brenda Colenutt at 693-0424 or e-mail

Moose Jaw Prosvita Ukrainian Culture Society
P.O. Box 1661, Moose Jaw,
Saskatchewan S6H 7K7

Ukrainian dancing for all ages and abilities. An excellent way to stay fit and have fun. Come dance with us–Tuesdays at the Multicultural Office. e-mail

Moose Jaw Multicultural Council, a non-profit organization, that settles immigrants and refugees when they come to Canada .We match newcomers to Canada with volunteers from the community for friendship. It’s a great way to learn about a new culture and to help a newcomer integrate in the Canadian society. For information contact Tara at 693-4677

Heritage Moose Jaw Formed to educate and promote the preservation of Moose Jaw’s unique heritage & buildings, we meet monthly. Our projects include research, Heritage Fairs for schoolchildren, Cemetery Tours and Heritage Home Tours. contact Glenda James phone: 692-0229 or email