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To purchase your brick please contact the Town Office. Quantity limited.

 

 
Recreation
The community calendar is a great way to promote your upcoming event.
If you have your meeting or event scheduled, post your event on the community event calendar today.
How do you post your event? Send us an email of your event with all the information. Once your event is approved it will appear on the calendar
To submit your event, please email us: morse@sasktel.net
 
Our community involvement is high, children, youth and adults can become involved in many organizations, such as Ernfold and District Lions and Lioness clubs, Morse Minor Ball, Wings over Water, the curling association, the gun club, and on and on!
We have a local 4-H in our area for the kids who take an interest in animals, as wll as various events, such as luau's, dances and different types of celebrations and functions.
Morse also boasts some of the best upland and migratory bird hunting on the continent. There are always lots of mule deer, white tailed deer, and antelope in the locatity. The prime fishing waters of the South Saskatchewan River system and Lake Diefenbaker are about twenty miles to the north. If you tire of that, lots of chokecherry and Saskatoon bushes grow wild for your picking pleasure. Needless to say, it is also a perfect way to spend a day or weekend!
 
Morse Events Committee Organizing events and social events; the morse events committee hosts annual Morse Dayz - an day of fun and activities for the whole community.
 
Morse Curling Club The Curling Club is the heart of the winter season in our town.It is home to a number of provincial champions.The curling club hosts a variety of bonspiels as well as a local "square draw", in which the local people put a team of four curlers together and enter their team. The various teams meet at different times in the week. The building is also put to good use in the summer, as it is host to dances, weddings, trade shows, etc.
 
   

Morse Campground

The Morse Camp ground is an clean, picturesque area that has received rave reviews. Located close to playground and golf course, easy walk to the store and other amenities.
   
Bowling/ Recreation Centre The Morse Recreation Centre is busy, as it hosts local league bowling, ladies night, senior's league bowling, and caters to other towns coming here to enjoy a night out. They will be there for birthday parties and any type of get together. Other times they have opened the bowling for your enjoyment.
Morse Museum You and your family can share the history and heritage of the past by visiting the Morse Museum. The museum, hosed in a large majestic brick 1912 schoolhouse, has thousands of interesting artifacts detailing the history of the pioneer era in the West. A replica of a 1912 classroom, an authentic kitchen, living room, and bedroom are just some of the things that are featured there. Stop for tea or coffee in a turn-of-the century heritage parlour, and you can also visit the gift and craft shop. A gallery hosts travelling shows of arts and crafts.
Community Hall Our spacious and beautifully maintained Community Hall is a rentable facility, it is a great place to host any event from weddings to parties, even official ceremonies. The Hall comes complete with tables and chairs, coffee urns and just about everything you would need.Team the hall with a local caterer and your event is bound to be a success.It is also possible to rent the tables, chairs, and whatever else you need seperately from the hall.
Call the town office for rental details.
 
Outdoor Skating Rink Our public Outdoor Skating Rink is available to enjoy afternoons and evenings. It is a great way to spend time with your family while getting some excercise.
The Lion & Lioness Club  
Morse Chinook Library  
Senior Centre Everyone welcome. Weekly activities, events
Gun Club Indoor Gun range - please contant Len Stumpf for membership. 1-306-629-3948
4-H Club