Schedule of Events

Raising money for the Lumsden Sports Association

The Lumsden Duck Derby

Schedule of Events | Lumsden Duck Derby

Since 1987 the town of Lumsden has been putting on a great day of events leading up to the duck drop. The family friendly event is just a showcase of a tight knit community we have here in Lumsden, SK.

We look forward to seeing you at this years event.


  • 1000 am – Highschool Band/Choir
    1200 pm – School of Rock
    330 pm – Tequila Mockingbird
    500 pm – B!LF

2020 Tickets available soon.

Available to Saskatchewan Residents Only.


Support local venors
  • Spiral Spuds
  • Fairy Frozen Frosted Treats
  • Anne’s Disco Gems
  • Magnolia and Vine
  • Charliegran Preserves and Treats
  • Pure Blyss Boutique
  • A Touch of Elegance – Lace and Linens
  • Elevacity Smart Coffee
  • Test Ride Airbrush Tattoos
  • Mila’s Bakery
  • Lumsden and District Volunteer Fire Department
  • Lumsden Monarchs Cart
  • DD Jewellery Collection
  • J&P Concessions
  • Young Living
  • Taste of Lebanon
  • Tupperware
  • Booster Juice
  • Studio B
  • Lumsden Community Band
  • Fox Novelty
  • Toucan Craft
  • Hoops n Things
  • 24.McDonald Honey Co.
  • Chloe’s Dream/Damselfly Creations
  • Past Print Accessory Designs
  • 2 babes in craftland
  • Eye-Catcher Novelties
  • Sunset Gourmet
  • Tahrika Toraubally Henna Tattoos
  • M&B Mini Figures
  • Happy Hippo Bath Products

Pancake Breakfast

8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Centennial Hall
40 Third Avenue

Outdoor Arts Festival & Entertainment

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
River Park 

Parade to Post

1:30 pm

Beer Gardens

11 am to 7 pm
River Park

Main Event! Duck Drop!

2:30 pm at River Park

About The Lumsden Duck Derby

The Lumsden Duck Derby is a fundraiser held each Labour Day weekend in which 25,000 rubber ducks will race down the Qu'Appelle River, with the first twenty (20) ducks rewarding their owners with a prize!

The Lumsden Duck Derby raises money for Lumsden Sports Association. For example, last years duck derby along with a new provincial matching grant program managed to raise over $40,000 to help pay down the mortgage on the new ice plant and ice-resurfacer at Lumsden's community-owned and operated ice rink, helping to keep down the cost of hockey and figure skating for local families.