"The Voice of Saskatchewan's Organized Trappers"
The Saskatchewan Trappers Association will be hosting the following events. All members are welcome to attend. If you are not currently a member, but would like to know more about how to join, stop by our membership page. Thanks!
STA Annual General Meeting & Convention
February 12 & 13
2016 Friday & Saturday Events Agenda
Thursday, February 11
7:00- 10:00 pm Vendors set up.
(We request all vendors to set up Thursday evening)Friday, February 12
9:00 AM - Registration open
- Tables and display area open
10:00 AM – Annual general meeting
12:00 – Lunch (displays are closed)
- All Lunch tickets are
provided with your registration
2:00 – Annual general meeting ctd. with resolutions to follow
5:00 – Displays close (supper on your own
7:30 – Uniplex will reopen for a presentation or
10:00 – Shut down of Uniplex
8:45 AM - Registration and Display area open
10:00 AM – Fur handling and demos begin in demonstration area
(Check there for an agenda)
10:00 AM – All entries for fur competition must be in Senior & Junior (you must have a current membership (yellow card)
11:30 AM – Display area closed for lunch (All tickets provided with your registration.)
12:00 – Lunch & Guest speakers
1:30 – 4:00 Fur Handling Demos & Presentations
2:00 – Junior Trappers trap project to be determined
3:00 Fur competition results
4:00 – All Fur Demonstrations are done - Clean up area
All display and dealers are closed
4:30 - Uniplex Closes
Banquet is at the Bella Vista
5:30 Bella Vista Banquet Area will be open
6:00 – Banquet (Tickets $25.00) or purchased with your package.
7:00 - Guest speakers, presentations followed by Awards and Auction.
Call to find out if there is a course near you.
Or for any other information
about upcoming classes.
held in various locations throughout the
To get your
name on a list for upcoming courses
See information above.
This course is required for all first time trappers or fur harvesters prior to obtaining a fur license.
The course will cover
history of trapping and the fur
trade, current laws, certified
traps, effective sets, fur
handling, skinning and pelt
preparation. An exam will
conclude the class and those
obtain a certificate and be
eligible to obtain a fur
read your "Canadian Trapper" to
keep up on the times
(Please read your "Canadian Trapper" to keep up on the times
Nipawin, SK. S0E 1E0