The Rockglen District is your gateway to discovering the natural treasures of South Central Saskatchewan. Check out the 2013 Rockglen and District Guide.
Nestled in the hills of the Wood Mountain Uplands, it's an area where nature enthusiasts can easily appreciate the forces of nature that shaped this land and enjoy breathtaking scenery reminiscent of the times before cowboys rode the range.
One of only four unglaciated areas in North America, it allows naturalists, geologists and paleontologists rare opportunities to study their crafts and Saskatchewanderers to appreciate the wild beauty of their Province.
As you wander through the Effie Mattson Nature Park, walk up Columbus or drive up the South or West Hills, see the country from a geologic perspective. Look up the valley and picture the ancient inland sea that covered the town and washed the clay cliffs, leaving the u-shaped bottom land. Imagine herds of mastodonts and three toed horses grazing in the lush tropical greenery of the lowlands ... and Re-Discover Rockglen from a whole new point of view. Check out a poem written by a former resident of Rockglen. It really makes you want to climb Columbus.
If you want to do some relaxing just slip over to Rockin' Beach just East of Town. There you can enjoy camping and boating or just sit and take in the view.
Check out a Video of Rockglen And Area on you tube. If you like the video let your friends know about it.
Keep up with local news and upcoming events by reading the Rockglen School & Community Newsletter located under Calendar.
The 9th Annual Arts in the Park will be held on June 8th, 2013.
View 2013 Arts in the Park for more information. Check regularly for updates.
Check out the results of the 2012 Silent Auction.
Visit the Photo Gallery for pictures of the 2012 Event .
Rockglen Arts in the Park was the recipient of a grant from The Creative Parnerships Program, which is funded with collaboration of Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture & Recreation and SaskCulture.
With this grant a Mural was created by Sandra Lamontagne with input from Rocklen School 2011-12 Grade 10 Art Class. This outstanding work of art can be viewed on the west side of the Rockglen Co-op Grocery Store.
Proceeds from the grant were also used to spur interest in the art of writing with Sharon Heagy presenting an introductory wiriting workshop to the Grade 5, 6, 9, 10, & 12 Students in Rockglen. Funding was also provided for a senior's project.
Artist's Corner - Rockglen and Area is fortunate to have a large number of talented Artists, both professional and amateur. Please visit the 'Artist's Corner' as we indroduce some of thise talented people.
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