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What's new at SCYAP

 
  On March 17, SCYAP officially closed our doors to the public and discontinued all programming with schools and other community organizations and we put current and future mural projects on hold.  And like every other organization and business in Saskatoon we anxiously await for the green light to go back to "business as usual".  At the time of the closure our new location at 402 33rd Street West, was finally taking shape and our free drop-in art centre was starting to see new visitors from the local neighbourhood.  We look forward to opening our doors again and inviting every back our to bright, colourful and inclusive space.  During this time of social distancing please continue to look for SCYAP updates on FaceBook and Instagram.  Thank you Saskatoon for your continuous support, stay safe, stay strong, we will get through this.                                                                  

 

When it is all said and done please remember to support local businesses.  Pirate Signs will be ready for all your future signage orders, and when you support Pirate Signs all profit goes back into SCYAP programming that helps venerable youth in our community. 



Think about Pirate Signs when you want something out of the ordinary. 

http://www.piratesigns.com        info@piratesigns.com

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