Nutrien Wonderhub, Saskatoon’s children’s museum, will open its doors on June 28, with activities running throughout the weekend.
Nutrien Wonderhub executive director Amanda McReynolds Doran said she is excited to see Wonderhub come to life.
“(Being) ready to engage the minds and hearts of kids and their adults is a great achievement for our city and province. Our team is looking forward to the day we can welcome the community through our doors,” she said in a news release.
McReynolds Doran said more details will be released soon. Information can be found at wonderhub.ca. Wonderhub is also on Facebook and Twitter.
“We extend our heartfelt gratitude for the generous support of Nutrien and our many other valued donors and partners. We are honoured to be the new stewards
of the iconic Mendel building,” she
Wonderhub is described as a place to foster creativity, curiosity and a lifelong love of learning. It is a place where children and their families come together to explore science, culture and art.
“With unique exhibits, educational programming, and commitment to diversity and local heritage, the museum will become a creative springboard for the children of Saskatoon and surrounding communities,” the release said.