Our Gift Shop
We carry a selection of SaskMade products in our gift shop. We stock a variety of honeys, mustards, syrups, jams and jellies.
Hempen Stuff is a small, family-run business in Big River, Saskatchewan, that creates all natural, Canadian grown hemp oil based soaps and body care products.
Bovine Bubbles and Hogwash is a local business that handcrafts luxurious and affordable products for the body, mind and soul.
Jack Pine Naturals
Jack Pine Natural products are locally made here in Prince Albert and 100% natural with pure essential oils. Each product is thoughtfully created.
Wild-harvested mushrooms, berries and botanicals from a forest garden, in Love, Saskatchewan.
A local producer of fruit wines and preserves.
We would love to have you drop in to Prince Albert Tourism for a visit! We can help you with questions about our community and our gift shop includes local artisan wares and Saskatchewan-made food and beauty products. If we don't have what you are looking for, we'll see what we can do for you! If you have a locally made product, we would love to talk about consignment opportunities!!
Scroll down for a list of Prince Albert souvenirs and *New* artisans and products!
Vicki Gauthier, owner and operator of Penny Lane Pottery, has been making pottery for the past 17 years in Prince Albert. Vicki loves the time she spends in her studio and the fact that she can pass on that passion she has for her craft, to her pottery students. She is a regular instructor at the Prince Albert Arts Centre and a participant at the Prince Albert Council for the Arts' Evergreen Artisan Market each November. Be sure to drop in this year to see the scope of her work!
Gail Carlson is a recognized Saskatchewan potter who specializes in both functional pottery and hand-built one-of-a-kind pieces. During her early studies at the University of Saskatchewan, she was a natural at hand-building and sculptural form. This passion - the love of form and play of light - continues in her creative expression today. Gail is a regular participant at the Prince Albert Council for the Arts’ Evergreen Artisan Market each November.
Cheryl has worked with a variety of art materials, but her longest history is with clay. Cheryl regularly sells and shows her work at local galleries. She recently exhibited work as a guest artist with the Kyla Art Group in Prince Albert, is a member of the Aurora Art Group and is a pottery instructor at the Prince Albert Arts Centre. Cheryl is a regular participant at the Prince Albert Council for the Arts’ Evergreen Artisan Market each November.
Jacqueline paints images on ceramic tile with alcohol ink and acrylic. Jacqueline’s inspiration comes from the province’s beautiful vast prairie landscapes. A simple drive in the country is often the beginning of the process. That beauty is then transferred to tile.
M & B Aboriginal Artistry
Bonny and Mel Sanderson, owner and managers of Jessy’s Garden, just outside of Prince Albert, lovingly craft a variety of beautiful pieces to help fund their extensive garden. All produce goes towards feeding families in need.
Inspirations by Lisa
Handcrafted jewelry using various natural stones like carnielan, jasper, amethyst, quartz, lapis luzuli, obsidan and agates.
Valerie Joy Publishing
Local photographer, Valerie Joy Horner, shares the beauty of Prince Albert and area in her book, "Trekking Through The Four Seasons", her new calendar and framed Northern Lights images.