Sturgis is a welcoming community to raise a family, retire or to get away to some of the greatest fishing, hunting and outdoor adventure near the Porcupine Forest!

The Town of Sturgis is teeming with heritage and is surrounded by picturesque, natural beauty. The Assiniboine River, located on the south side of town, meanders through the natural wilderness park, a favourite desination spot for many campers from near and far who enjoy canoeing and fishing. The natural wilderness attraction of the Porcupine Forest, located just to the north of town, offers excellent big game trophy hunting and fishing opportunities. Snowmobiling on the well-groomed trails during the winter months is second to none in the province!  Golfing, boating, and swimming in the summer months rounds out the recreational possibilities for the year. The Sturgis Regional Park and campground is a great attraction for many tourists and a favourite place to gather and relax for residents. During the hot days of summer, the town's Kiddies Spray Park is a huge hit with the kids. Every season the Town is alive with a different event organized by one of our many dedicated community organizations. 

Sturgis is an exceptionally beautiful community in which to live and to visit.


posted Mar 12, 2019, 9:57 AM by Shawna Johnson   [ updated Mar 12, 2019, 9:59 AM ]

      Job title: Curator/Manager


Institution/Organization: Sturgis Station House Museum: The Sturgis Station House Museum provides its visiting public an enjoyable and educational experience through display of artifacts and archival materials that reflect the physical and cultural environment of Sturgis and its surrounding community from early pioneer settlement to the mid-20th century.


Location: Sturgis, Saskatchewan


Salary: $15.00 per hour


The period of employment will commence from May 14th, 2019 and run until Sept. 1st, 2019 .The successful applicant will be expected to work 5 days per week (30 hours) with either Sunday/Monday or Monday/Tuesday off.


Deadline for applications 5:00 pm April 30th  2019


Submit applications to: Sturgis Station House Museum

                                       P.O. Box 255

                                      Sturgis, Sask.    S0A 4A0

                                      Attention:  curator/manager

Or by email: sturgismuseumsk@sasktel.net


Job Description: Key Areas of Responsibility:


  • Assume responsibility for Museum’s artifact and archival collections including a working knowledge of all Museum policies and procedures.
  • Accept new items for the Museum collections with the final approval of the Museum’s Acquisitions Committee. Document, research, inventory, accession, catalogue, computerize and digitize images (where possible), and clean and maintain items for their storage or display as necessary.
  • Identify collections strengths and weaknesses, and seek to improve both from an ongoing acquisitions and de-accessioning program.
  • Maintain all paperwork according to current operating Museum standards and procedures (donor and in-house records), and other general correspondence.
  • Create displays, organize and promote collections to expand community interest.
  • To arrange, promote and conduct museum tours, access by appointment as necessary. And assist with events
  • Perform visitor services and other administrative duties as required, including gift shop sales, guest book, seasonal visitor statistics and accounting for monetary donations.
  • Handling research requests from Museum visitors, telephone, Internet and or mail.
  • Attend workshops to increase knowledge of museum procedures
  • Acquire and expand historical knowledge of local areas, and add any pertinent information and their sources, to general history files.
  • Dependant of funding; train and supervise a summer student, and/or volunteers for interior work of the museum.  

·         Prepare and present Annual Curatorial Report for SaskCulture (Museum Grant Program) Grant, including seasonal Statistics, accomplishments, activities and events, etc.

  • Attend a Sturgis Station House Museum board meeting(s) as requested.

·         Winter storage of Museum textiles, photos/negatives/computer/printer & ink to Town Office and any other associated tasks.

·         General cleaning of museum and museum buildings

Skills and Requirements:


·         Working knowledge of Museum Policies and Procedures

·         Positive attitude and must be self-motivated

·         Be familiar with “Standard of Saskatchewan Museum’s”

·         Good communication skills and writing ability

·         Experience in creating interesting exhibits an asset.


The Sturgis Station House Museum - Upcoming Events

posted Mar 7, 2019, 11:05 AM by Shawna Johnson

Friday March 22 - Soup, Sandwich and Bake sale. At the R.E.A.D. Club. Donations For Bake sale gratefully accepted.
Saturday April 27 - Used Clothing and Garage Sale at the Sturgis Community Hall, Lunch will be served. 
Sunday May 12 - Mother's Day Brunch at the Sturgis Community Hall.


posted Feb 7, 2019, 9:04 AM by Shawna Johnson   [ updated Mar 11, 2019, 8:37 AM ]

 Active Aging Exercises Tuesday's at 10:00 a.m.
 Cards, Coffee and Socializing Wednesday's at 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


posted Feb 7, 2019, 8:48 AM by Shawna Johnson   [ updated Mar 11, 2019, 8:38 AM ]

!Matt's Windup Spiel March 20th-24th $120.00 entry per adult team; $40.00 per kid team. Steak supper Sat, March 23rd.
SCS 4/5/6 Bonspiel Friday March 22, Kitchen open during this also.
Free Curling every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. 

2019 Pet Licences Due

posted Jan 17, 2018, 1:33 PM by Shawna Johnson   [ updated Feb 8, 2019, 6:10 AM ]

Cats And Dogs - Cartoon Picture Images Please come into the office by January 31, 2019 to licence your dog or cat for 2019. If your pet is reported running at large without a licence, barking, or defecates on public or private property (other than it's owner's), fines will be implemented.  Please respect your neighbours and keep your pet secure at all times.


posted Jan 30, 2016, 8:18 AM by Lee Sapara   [ updated Feb 7, 2019, 8:56 AM by Shawna Johnson ]

BUILDING PERMITS are required when doing any renovations or development. 

  • Please inquire at the town office. 
  • Please ensure your house is numbered and visible. 

Please notify the office if you have changed your phone number so we can contact you when needed or in emergencies.

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