Welcome to the Town of Herbert
A quiet, friendly community situated in the heart of Saskatchewan's wheat belt along the TransCanada Highway, 47 kms east of Swift Current. The town is fully serviced offering health, education, recreation and spiritual services while catering to a large surrounding agricultural area.
Summer Rec Event Correction
There is a correction regarding Wrangler Elisa's Reptile & Amphibian Exhibit.
It will still be held on Tuesday, August 17, but the start time has been changed to 2 pm instead of 1 pm; & will now be held at the Herbert Memorial Park.
In the event of inclement weather, the exhibit will be moved to the Lions Hall.
Let's celebrate the reopening of Saskatchewan!
It's been awhile since Herbert's last fireworks display, but the Town of Herbert is proud to be able to do so once again through the provincial government's SAFE RESTART funding program & because of a very generous donation from Richardson Pioneer.
Join us on Saturday, July 31 at 9:30 pm for a memorable evening of fireworks. They'll be easily viewed anywhere south of the tracks as they're being set off from the east side of the Town shop (the bus shop in a previous life) located off of the old hwy.
SUMMER REC PROGRAM
If your kiddos are looking for something to do, the Summer Rec Program, geared for unaccompanied children ages 5 - 12, is underway every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 9 am - 12 pm. Leaders Parker Leonard & Ronan Haughian would love to entertain your kids for a few hours.
The Town of Herbert in collaboration with Community Initiatives Fund, are excited to bring you the Kite Building program on Tuesday, July 27, with no cost to participants. Preregistration is required as only 10 kids are permitted per session. Call the Town office at 306-784-2400.
Wrangler Elisa of Wrangler Adventures will be visiting us again with her interactive reptile & amphibian exhibit on August 17 beginning at 1 pm in the Lions Hall. All are welcome to attend!
The Swift Current Creek Watershed program, Froghoppers, will be returning to provide a fun & educational view of all things water related followed by an activity.
*As a reminder, inclement weather will see the Summer Rec Program held at the Lions Hall instead of the park.
FREE PUBLIC SWIMMING
Swimming Lessons/Summer Rec Program
Now that the pool is open for the season, please call the pool directly for lesson registration or print the form by viewing the home page's tab Recreation & Cullture drop down list & select Swimming Pool.
We are also taking registrations for the two (2) Kite-building sessions. Due to limited space, we are only accepting 10 children per session. View the posted flyer for dates & times. Please call the town office at 306-784-2400.