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Welcome to Watrous & Manitou Beach!
Your Guide to UNSINKABLE EXPERIENCES

Two great communities - one fantastic travel destination! Located in the heart of Saskatchewan we are accessible from all directions via the major thoroughfares of Highway 2 running north and south and Highway 16 running east and west. Whatever your pace or your desire, you can find it in Watrous and Manitou Beach. Come for a visit and stay for a lifetime!

Historic Church Windows
The All Saints Anglican Church was established in 1910. The first Vicar (Rev. King) of the church, brought with him a stained glass window from the mid-19th century. It was removed from the Church of St. John the Baptist in England and buried to protect against Puritan vandalism. It was placed back in the church after the restoration, but then replaced to make way for another memorial window. The window was presented to Rev. King and transportation was paid to Watrous.

The window arrived in 2000 parts and was assembled into the fabric of the All Saints Church.
The window is an excellent example of English neo-medieval stained glass from the second half of the 19th century; the colours being those dark definite shades of blue, purple, red, green and yellow. The ancient art of making the special dyes for the glass has since been lost. Visitors are encouraged to stop by and take a look at this rare piece of history.

Located on the corner of Main St. and 4th Ave. in Watrous. GPS: N51° 40.465  W105° 27.982.

For viewing, please contact Ray Hall at 306.946.3542.



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