Arts & Heritage

Explore Watrous and Manitou Beach Arts & Heritage !

There are many things to see and do in the Watrous – Manitou Beach Recreation Area.  Here are some samples of what is available.  For a comprehensive look at Arts in the area, see the website for the Artist Trail.

Little Manitou Art Gallery

Website is at:
Located at 204 Elizabeth Ave., Manitou Beach.
Cell: 1-306-400-2544

Little Manitou Art Gallery, located on the North shore of Little Manitou Lake, Saskatchewan, the Little Manitou Art Gallery is a welcoming outlet specializing in selected fine artwork. Visit 204 Elizabeth Ave. in the Resort Village of Manitou Beach. The little gallery has grown over the years to include artwork by over 250 artists. Unique items are displayed in the perennial garden, five little venues around the yard, and in the studio. Live music by Saskatchewan performers is presented on stage every Saturday in July and August, plus a few additional events!

Watrous-Manitou Beach Heritage Centre

Winter Hours are Friday and Saturday. 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm or by appointment.  Entry can usually be obtained on short notice by calling 306-946-7410 or 306-946-7413.

Located in Watrous at 403 Main Street adjacent to the Post Office.
Ph: 1-306-946-1177.
Website and online archives are at:

Now open to the public, the Heritage Centre documents the history of Watrous and Manitou Beach with information panels, pictures and artifacts.  It also includes First Nations artifacts and history, CBK Radio history,  and a special section on the development

of the CN Railroad.  It also houses the Orin McIntosh collection of building replicas from Watrous & Manitou Beach.

Bryan Mierau Photography

The website is at:
Cell: 306-917-8101

Located at: 101 Shawondasse Drive Manitou Beach next to the lighthouse at the top of the hill.

He is photographer Bryan Mierau and resides in the Resort Village of Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan, Canada.

He has a Gallery where he offers a wide variety of different images captured from and around Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan. He believes in a quality product

for a good price. He uses a Canadian online photo printing company which produces an exceptional product with images. His customers love their purchases and proudly show them in their homes and offices.  The Gallery takes up the the lower level of his home at 101 Shawondasse Drive, which is just north of the mini golf towards the lake at the top of the hill.

Winter the gallery is open by appointment only, please call or text at 306-917-8101 to book a time to come and visit.

Summer evenings and weekends look for the “Gallery Open” signage or call or text at 306-917-8101 to book a time to come and visit.

GG’s Gallery & Gifts

Location: E. one block past Danceland at Manitou Beach, turn right on Charles St., then right to 309 Evenson Ave. at the cul-de-sac.

Ph: (306) 946-8884
Location: 309 Evenson Ave.

Gaudet gained a lot of notoriety with his first important mural commission at St. Mary’s Basilica in Halifax at the age of 23. Following in the footsteps of his Renaissance heroes, he made a decision to carry on with mural-painting as well as paintings on canvas.  60-odd large-scale murals later, he is continuing to grow and expand his horizons. Growing disillusioned with all the expense and mediocre services offered by commercial galleries, he and his wife Sharon decided to open their OWN gallery  (Est. 2009) at their home in the Resort Village of Manitou Beach,

SK., where they have both enjoyed high-quality, sustained exposure on their own terms.

Every visitor to G-G’s Gallery & Gifts at Manitou Beach, SK has the opportunity to peruse original paintings and  see the sprawling mural portfolio that has built up over the years. Their bricks and mortar business has been very confidence-inspiring to their thousands of visitors over the past 13 years. 

Gallery on 3rd, Watrous

Location: 102 3rd Ave E., Watrous.

Gallery on 3rd, a public art gallery located in Watrous, displays the works of local artists. Exhibits change regularly. Workshops and programs available for adults and children. See website for schedule of events and exhibits at

Anglican Church Window 

Address: Corner of Main St & 4Th Ave.
Watrous, SK.
Phone: 306-946-3369 (Town Office)

Visit the All Saints Anglican Church to view the historic stained glass window from the mid-16th century.

So much to see and do at Manitou!

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