Following last week’s bout of miserable weather and treacherous roads, this week is time to catch up on postponed events. Here are some reminders.

The Humboldt and District Museum is hosting “Stories in Stone: What We Learn From Arrowheads.” The presentation talks about the crafting and variations on the projectiles, and will give information about this summer’s digs at Original Humboldt and the Archaeological Field Schools in June.

On Wednesday at noon hour, the much anticipated seminar with Tourism Saskatchewan will be held at the Humboldt and District Chamber Offices in the Courthouse. Use the west entrance. Organizations and businesses are welcome to register with the Chamber to find out about the value of tourism marketing on a regional scale. Call the Chamber at 306) 682-4990.

Also on Wednesday, the Humboldt and District Gallery is hosting the first ever Youth Writers Night. Young literary artists will be presenting their works in the warm and inviting environment of the Gallery. Come on out and support these great performers.

That’s just the “catch-up” from last week’s second winter. The forecast is looking much more co-operative, so get set for a busy week of activities in Humboldt.