Places to entertain

 


George Layh Theatre
The George Layh Theatre is a center of the arts in our community. The theatre hosts lots of different events such as "Stars for Saskatchewan Concert" series, drama productions, arts shows, photo contests, show movies and many more.
 
Contact:
119 Carl Ave E,
Langenburg, SK
P: (306) 743-2744 

Buck's CO Tavern
Buck's Co Tavern is known locally for it's cozy, country atmosphere, live music, and outgoing staff. Gather with friends or go solo to play the slots, dine in our out, or just sit back on the outdoor patio and enjoy a nice cold beverage on a sunny day.
*Must be 18 years of age.

Contact:
135 Kaiser William Ave East 
P: (306) 743-5500
11am-11pm, Monday to Wednesday
11am-2am, Thursday to Saturday

Swimming Pool
Located in Centennial Park the Langenburg Swimming Pool is open June to August.
The 3ft-10ft outdoor heated pool with a diving board and a paddling pool highlights fun in the summer sun.
Everyone should come out for public swimming, pool parties, aquasizes, and rubber duckie days as an exciting way to cool off!

Contact:
602 1st Street North, Langenburg, SK
P: (306) 743-5118

Langenburg Skating Arena
The arena is a modern artificial ice facility.
It accommodates hockey games, tournaments, can-skate and public skating.

Contact:
102 Carl Ave W
Langenburg SK
P: (306) 743-5176
Web: Arena

Langenburg Skate Park
Located in Centennial Park, Langenburg has a small mobile skate park.
With a variety of ramps, rails and grind boxes any skateboarder, scooter-er or biker 
can be challenged for a fun afternoon.

Visit our Parks page!

Langenburg Homestead Museum
A beautifully renovated home, the Homestead museum is the place to delve deeper into the Langenburg past. Open for summer months (July-August).
 
Contact:
Kay Klopstock
P: (306) 743-2625, (306) 743-2432

Langenburg Rest Area
A splendid stop along the beaten path. Enjoy the play and picnic area, complete with washrooms. Explore the three pillar tile mosaics, that reflect an aspect of Langenburg’s history, agriculture, business, and culture.
Make sure to take a picture beside Goliath, the world’s largest swing!