The Briarwood area was originally farmland until it was annexed by the city between 1975 and 1979. Construction began in 1988 but did not peak until 1996 through to 2001. Briarwod now consists of mostly single detached homes. There are approximately 4,600 residents. There is currently no commercial development and no schools in Briarwood.
Saskatoon's Premier Winter Festival starts this weekend!! PotashCorp WinterShines runs from January 25 to February 2 down at the River Landing Farmer's Market. There are several great events to entertain the whole family;
World-Class Ice Carving
Winter Camp in the City
Warm the Heart Soup Cookoff
and much more!
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19th Annual Spooktacular
WHERERJ Haney Heritage Village and MuseumWHENSaturday, October 26, 2013 to Sunday, October 27, 2013TIMEGates open at 4:45pm
The 19th Annual Spooktacular takes place on Saturday, Oct 26th and Sunday, Oct 27th at RJ Haney Heritage Village and Museum. Gates open at 4:45pm. The Haunted House and Spook Trail open at dark. Ghouls and ghosts under 16 must be accompanied ...
October is due to be a busy month in Saskatoon! There's a ton of great festivals and events coming up, so before the snow starts hitting the ground, take the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and take in some of the events going on in our fine city!
Here are some great activities coming up this month:
Kitchen and Bath Expressions Design Show – This show runs from October 3-6 at TCU ...
The City of Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS® in partnership with the PotashCorp Fireworks Festival, invite the public to the ”Neighbourhood Safety Fair” on Saturday, August 31, 2013, between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Spadina Crescent East. Come and learn about the positive actions of communities and individuals that make our neighbourhoods safe. Free ...
Briarwood is a residential neighbourhood located in the southeast part of Saskatoon. Unlike most Saskatoon neighbourhoods, which name streets to honour noteworthy individuals or places, Briarwood's streets all begin with the letter "B". This makes Briarwood and the neighbourhood of Eastview somewhat unique with their more generic street naming conventions.
The land where Briarwood now exists ...