3 Annual Events to See in Moose Jaw

3 Annual Events to See in Moose Jaw

No matter what time of year it is, there is always something going on in Moose Jaw. From holiday celebrations to cultural events, there is something for everyone. Check out these annual events that you just shouldn’t miss in Moose Jaw.



  1. Motif Moose Jaw Multicultural Festival

Motif is a three-day outdoor multicultural festival that takes place every July. This event celebrates the different cultures and heritages of the people of Moose Jaw. Everyone gathers at Happy Valley Park to enjoy music, food, art, and all kinds of games. You can get a three-day pass online or at the gate, and kids 12 and under are free.



  1. The Festival of Trees

The Festival of Trees is a fun annual event that benefits the Moose Jaw Health Foundation. For the past 27 years, volunteers and the business community get together to help raise money. The 2019 festival will take place on Saturday, November 16 at the Mosaic Place and will include a plated dinner created by celebrity chef Dale McKay. The theme for the 2019 event is Kaleidoscope.



  1. Annual Toy Run Parade

The Toy Run Parade is an annual Moose Jaw event sponsored by the Moose Jaw Cycle Association. It takes place in the fall, and riders bring an unwrapped toy, book, or cash donation to benefit the Salvation Army. 2019 will mark the 31st run, and dozens of toys will be delivered to their destination at the Salvation Army.


Check out these annual events in Moose Jaw. They are open to the public and offer a wide variety of experiences.

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