With summer soon coming to an end, and school set to start on September 5th, some may be looking to plan a few more activities in the area to soak up the rest of the warmer weather and tourist attractions. 

Events, activities, and more are just a click away - beginning with the first-ever Canine Carnival will be held today at Fido's Place. Read more HERE.

The Soo Line Historical Museum and Heritage Village had their last days of the season yesterday, but there is an option to book privately for museum tours and even for a virtual tour. Read more HERE.

While the Weyburn Leisure Centre had to close early for the season due to mechanical issues (read more HERE), the spray parks at both the Don Mitchell Tot Lot and River Park are open until the forecast calls for cooler temperatures, usually mid-September. However, according to the city's website, the Young Fellows Paddling Pool will close on September 4th.

Those who enjoy the trails can head out onto the Tatagwa Trails system (HERE), or visit the Weyburn mountain bike trails (HERE).

For those who like to ride their bicycles off of the trails in the city, find some reminders of bike safety from the Weyburn Police Service HERE.

Nickle Lake Regional Park is open until mid-September with a 60th anniversary party being held September 2nd. Read more HERE. The Weyburn Canoe & Kayak Club may also be hosting a second 'Glow Row' on the long weekend. Read more HERE.

Nickle Lake's beach will still be the place to be for a few more weeks. Plus, there's free WiFi. Read more HERE.

Mainprize Regional Park has wrapped up its events for the season, but is still open to campers also until September 15th.

The Soo Line Cruisers Car Club will host a 'swap meet' on September 9th. Read more HERE.

The Weyburn Police Association is accepting registration for their annual golf tournament until Monday. Read more HERE.

The City of Weyburn will host the 110th birthday party for the municipality on September 1st. Read more HERE.

The Labour Day Classic football game at Mosaic Stadium will feature a performance by Weyburn's own Brayden King. Read more HERE.

For those who prefer to stay indoors and be creative, Mayor Marcel Roy is holding a writing contest. Read more HERE.