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Friday, November 25th, 2016

Saskatoon Blades VS Brandon Wheat Kings

 

SaskTel Centre – 101-3515 Thatcher Ave

Time: 7:05 pm

Website: www.saskatoonblades.com

 

U of S Huskies Volleyball VS Brandon Bobcats

 

Physical Activity Complex – 87 Campus Drive

Time: Women: 6:00 pm, Men: 8:00 pm

Website: huskies.usask.ca

 

U of S Huskies Women’s Hockey VS Manitoba Bisons

 

Rutherford Rink – 69 Campus Drive

Time: 5:00 pm

Website: huskies.usask.ca

 

Saturday, November 26th, 2016

Saskatoon Blades VS Medicine Hat Tigers

 

SaskTel Centre – 101-3515 Thatcher Ave

Time: 7:05 pm

Website: www.saskatoonblades.com

 

U of S Huskies Volleyball VS Brandon Bobcats

 

Physical Activity Complex – 87 Campus Drive

Time: Women: 6:00 pm, Men: 8:00 pm

Website: huskies.usask.ca

 

U of S Huskies Women’s Hockey VS Manitoba Bisons

 

Rutherford Rink – 69 Campus Drive

Time: 5:00 pm

Website: huskies.usask.ca

 

Gone Wild for Wildlife

 

Prairieland Park – 503 Ruth St W

Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Price: $5.00

Website: www.wrsos.org

 

Sunday, November 27th, 2016

 

Barra Macneils Christmas Tour 2016

 

Broadway Theatre – 715 Broadway Ave

Time: 7:30 pm

Website: broadwaytheatre.ca

 

A Victorian Sewing Circle at the Marr Residence

 

Marr Residence – 326 – 11th St E

Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Price: Free

Website: themarr.ca/

 

Ongoing:

November 23rd – December 11th, 2016

A Christmas Carol

 

Persephone Theatre – 100 Spadina Cres E

Website: persephonetheatre.org/

 

November 20th - 26th, 2016

Festival of Trees

 

Western Development Museum – 2610 Lorne Ave

Time: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

Admission: Adults $9, Seniors $8, Students $6.25, Children (6-12) $2.50, Preschool free, Family $20

Website: www.festival-of-trees.com

 

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It's that time again where the Forestry Farm opens its doors to the long line of cars so that they can drive through and look at all the gorgeous displays of lights that are placed throughout the farm!

 

From November 19th, 2016 to January 7th, 2017, the Saskatoon Forestry Farm will be lit up with amazing displays of lights that everyone will find a simple delight.

 

They are open from 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm every night until closing so make sure that you grab your spot in line so that you don't miss out on this year's extravagant sight. 

 

Bigger and brighter this year, featuring a new Nutcracker display, the Enchanted Forest is now open for its 18th season for this Christmas year, so be sure to fill up the car with your family and friends because you don't want to miss out.

 

Prices for entry are: $10.00 per person, or $33.00 per car that holds up to 7 people. 

 

If you feel like driving a car will make you miss out on some of these displays, be sure to come on down on January 8th, 2017 from 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm where you can walk through the displays for only $5.00 per person!

 

For more information on the Enchanted Forest, click here to go straight to the website.

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Just moved into a new house and don’t think the color of the walls match your furniture? Or are you just tired of looking at the same color in your living room that you’ve had for the past year? Time to bust out those paint rollers and dress in your oldest clothes to get this job done. But maybe money is a little tight right now, as the holidays are literally just around the corner. So here are 6 ways to get those walls painted without breaking the already broke bank:

 

1. Check Local Recycling Centers

 

Most recycling and hazardous waste centers accept old and unused paint cans from residents and businesses. Everyone knows that paint has a very long shelf life, so it’s common to find paint at these centers. Best of all, it’s free

 

2. Illuminate the Walls

 

Make sure to have plenty of sunlight or bring out your own lamps to shine on the walls so that you don’t miss any spots on the walls. It is always the worst to finish the job, clean up everything, only to learn a week later that you missed a few spots.

 

3. Use a Primer

 

Everyone should know to always use a primer before starting. Ladies know before painting their nails that they need to apply a base coat before painting on the actual color to save the nail. The same applies for walls. The primer will help the paint adhere to untreated surfaces, such as raw wood or unfinished drywall. Also helps if you’re dealing with either stained or rough surfaces that could need more than one coat.

 

4. Buy the Expensive Brand

 

Cheaper isn’t always better when it applies to paint. Cheap paint won’t shine as bright, look as smooth, and could always require more coats to achieve a finished look, which will add up that cost. Most high-quality paints, many which already include a primer in the mixture, can go on in one coat. These can cost more per can, but the job is complete with less paint and less time.

 

5. Don’t Rush for Color

 

It’s a known fact that there are some people will pick the first color they see to save time, while others will agonize over it for hours. Never rush on this. You will have to look at this color for a while, so it is always good to take your time, even collect some samples and see which would look best. Rushing into a color could result in having to repaint everything after it’s all finished because the mustard yellow you picked out, doesn’t exactly go with Grandma’s couch.

 

6. Read Up on Finishes

 

It is always a must to know about the 4 kinds of finishes you can use. These 4 are:

-        Flat: This finish is perfect for interior walls and ceilings.

-        Eggshell: This finish is great for living rooms, bedrooms, as well as dining rooms as its easy to wash and touch up.

-        Satin: This finish is insanely easy to clean, which makes it perfect for any high traffic areas in the house.

-        Semi-Gloss/Gloss: This finish should be mainly used for the trim, cabinets, kitchens, and bathrooms as it gives great coverage and its highly washable.

 

Following these tips can definitely help you save time, money, and any headaches along the way so that you can get that beautiful living room you have always wanted. Or any room for that matter. 

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Home sales in the Saskatoon market last month were up 8% over October of 2015. “This is a very positive change and speaks to consumer confidence in our market,” states Jason Yochim CEO with the Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS®. Recent changes to lending rules by the federal finance minister were also a contributing factor in activity as buyers scrambled to beat the October 17th deadline when these changes came into effect. “Regardless of the factors leading to a sale, it is always good to see stronger sales activity.” he adds “every home sale contributes almost $50,000 of additional economic activity in the local economy.”

 

Strong sales in August and October of this year coupled with an overall decline in new listings has resulted in an 11% reduction in the inventory of active listings in Saskatoon. Active listings peaked at 2,047 units in June of this year and have declined steadily to 1,745 at the end of last month. This will have a positive impact in several areas. It will help maintain the average price as well as start to move the market in the direction of a seller’s market, although we’re not there yet. Total number of sales for Saskatoon year to date were 3,249 compared with 3,457 for the same period last year. The sales-to-listing ratio indicates whether we are in a buyer’s or seller’s market. It is determined by dividing the number of sales by the number of new listings for a period. A 50% ratio is considered balanced. Currently the market is at 42% which is a buyer’s market.

 

Another positive sign is the days of inventory which determines how long it would take to liquidate the current active listings at the current level of sales. Based on October’s numbers there is currently just over five and a half months of inventory. This is just slightly above the five-year average of five months. The overall dollar volume for the Saskatoon and surrounding market is only down 3% from last year and currently sits at just over $1.5 Billion dollars. Overall dollar volume has remained strong despite a 6% year to date reduction in sales. This is largely due to an increase in sales over $750,000. Year to date there were 51 units sold between $750-800,000 compared to 40 last year. Comparatively, sales were down 10% year to date for homes priced between $250-450,000. “There is no doubt that the recent federal change for homebuyers qualifying for a mortgage will further impact our market with an average price of $350,000” comments Yochim. “It has yet to be seen how much the impact will be.”

 

The good news for those selling is that sellers are realizing 97% of their asking price. Sellers who choose to list too high over the market are finding it difficult to obtain that sale. The closer the asking price is to market the tighter the offer will be to the list price.

 

Sound pricing and timing advice can be provided by one of the 640 professionally licensed and trained REALTOR® members of The Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS®. REALTORS® also subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are dedicated to developing professional standards and continuing education in the real estate profession.

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