Welcome to the Town of Gull Lake. Join us as we look to the future with hope and determination to meet the challenges which face us in the generations to come!
The Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre recently received much-needed renovations in the concession area. Earlier this year, Wendy Klein and Paul Overing kindly volunteered to paint the interior walls. TheRead more »
On behalf of Town Council, I would like to thank our Canada 150 Event Planning Committee and their volunteers on a job well done. Everything from the Pancake Breakfast toRead more »
Gull Lake’s Canada 150 Parade started today at 10:30 am with 54 registered entries. Two RCMP officers in their Red Serge lead the Parade followed by Parade Marshall World War IIRead more »
The Gull Lake Canada 150 Committee was busy today getting ready for tomorrows “Canada 150 Celebrations.” Come down the Hall for a pancake breakfast at the Community Hall starting atRead more »
Be sure to come out to Gull Lake this Saturday for Gull Lake’s Canada 150 Celebrations. Our lifeguards have been busy planning activities and have come up with the mostRead more »
August 16th is the 10 year anniversary of Guang Dong Palace! We’d like to thank all our loyal friends and customers for helping us on the way. Everyone helped EmilyRead more »
The Swift Current Safe Places Committee and the City of Swift Current are honoured to join the Town of Gull Lake in announcing that Gull Lake Town Council has adoptedRead more »
The Gull Lake Canada 150 Parade will take place this Saturday at 10:30 AM. Currently, we have 43 entries registered and the list is quickly growing each day. The paradeRead more »
TWO MAN BEST BALL
ONE O’CLOCK SHOTGUN START
SUPPER IN GULL LAKE COMMUNITY HALL
FOLLOWING THE GOLF TOURNAMENT
Join us September 9, 2017, at 12 Noon to register at the
MEADOWDALE GOLF COURSE
for our annual
$60.00 PER PERSON ENTRANCE FEE
Preregister or Drop off Prizes at:
Southern Pressure Testers or call Dan McPhee 306-672-7692 or 306-672-3890
Carts are not supplied
Cash donations or prizes will be gratefully accepted. The proceeds will be given to a local family or organization in need.
This week curb and gutter is being installed along the east side of Queens Street between Second and Third Street. There will also be a small section being installed on the SE corner of Lake Avenue and Third Street. The corner has a problem with water flowing over/under the sidewalk and fire hydrant during moderate and heavy rains.
Paving crews will be back sometime after the September long weekend to finish paving Queens Avenue and other approved repairs.