New Kitchen! Watch for updates!
The gift shop and restaurant are located in the Visitor Reception Centre at the Motherwell Homestead.
Both the kitchen and gift shop are open the same days as the park with the exception of the Sunday brunches listed a little further down the page.
Trinkets, Toys, Treasures and Treats…
Items in the gift shop include a variety of unique products. Consistently in stock are Motherwell memorabilia, a line of Saskatoon berry jams, syrups, and champagne, as well as a variety of books relating to the area and Motherwell Homestead itself. ‘Olde tyme’ wooden toys, jewelry, candy, clothing; and so much more!!
*Many new Saskatchewan crafted items are available this year!
We love to support local!
Off The Beaten Path Café
& Gift Shop
In our café we offer a delicious menu filled with home-style meals, mouth-watering baking and a different special every day.
The regular menu of healthy items makes use of the fresh Motherwell garden produce as much as possible. We also offer our Jam Pail Lunch option to the school programs.
For more information on Jam Pail Lunches please ask the Parks Staff when booking your school tour.
Indoors we have a cozy café area, with the availability of a great room for booking, as well as outdoor dining! Outdoor picnic tables and the screened in porch are available during agreeable weather 🙂
**Be sure to visit us in the spring to see our NEW kitchen!
Stay tuned for new lunch, and brunch schedule!
Become a member and receive 10% off your meal!
Just mention your interest in membership before you pay for your meal- It’s that easy!
We can help make those special occasions easier so you can enjoy them more! Call year round, 306.333.2116 for more information.
Special Events and Fundraisers:
The Friends work closely with Park’s Canada in support of the major special events, as well as participating and planning initiatives on their own.
These efforts serve as fundraisers and visitor recruiting to continue current and future operations, projects, and awareness ultimately supporting the visitor experience, restoration, and protection of the Site.
On days such as Canada Day, Binding and Stooking, and Symphony Under the Sky Festival/ Threshing Day, the Friends provide food and drinks for the visitors.
Fresh home-made baking, candy, lunch/snacks, and drinks available and sometimes even goodies from the outdoor stone oven!
Annual fundraisers include a Christmas Craft/Tradeshow & Sale and the Concert in the Barnyard.
We are always looking for new fundraising and partnering initiatives. Give us a call. 306.333.2116