Service Providers

Find an Activity or Instructor

Creative Kids works with hundreds of service providers who teach and mentor kids in artistic and cultural activities. This is not a complete listing of all creative activities and families may choose activities and instructors that are not in the directory as well.

Select the cities closest to you to find some of the activities in your area.


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Becoming a Service Provider and Important Notices

Note: The service provider guide was published in 2016 and lists last year's application deadlines. These change from year to year. See the 2017 application deadlines here. 

Service Providers range from piano teachers offering lessons from their homes to businesses with private and group lessons, to non-profit organizations that run artistic, heritage and cultural programming for youth.

To become a service provider, download the registration form.

 The service provider guide  is a great introduction to the program and answers most frequently asked questions.


When Promoting Creative Kids

You are welcome to promote Creative Kids in your emails, newsletters, web sites or event programs and in conversations with parents. You can even use our logo. 

It’s important though that any promotion doesn’t lead families to assume that Creative Kids funds are guaranteed or that it is available as a scholarship through your business, so please tailor the following wording to your program next to our logo:

“For families unable to meet the registration or lesson fees, funds may be available from Creative Kids Saskatchewan. Visit for details.”


Most recent email to Service Providers

Email to Service Providers (July, 2015)