The Refinery is Emmanuel in the community

We are dedicated to nurturing and supporting artistic and spiritual growth.

We invite partner organizations, teachers, and artists to work with us to enrich our life experience in our neighbourhood and city.


The Refinery is a vibrant space
and home to a number of neighbourhood groups.  

Contact The Refinery office at (306) 653-3549 to find out more about using our space for your community activity.


Nurture your spirit by taking
one of our creative and inspiring classes!     

To find out more about our classes and to register online Click here 

At The Refinery we continue to work both remotely and onsite - please email The Refinery Office , we are happy to help with class registration.

Community Coffee Time and  Art Show

Drop in for afternoon coffee and refreshments and enjoy the current art exhibit in the lower-level gallery space at The Refinery Arts & Spirit Centre.

Current Art Exhibit:   'A Winter Warming' - Presented by Mix Artist Collective

Artists:   Paul Denham, Ann Donald, Roxanne Enns, Brenda Kennedy, Bob Miller, Elisabeth Miller, Brent McGovern, Lynn McKenzie-Barteski, Wendy Siemens


Monday, January 22, 2024

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Free Event - Drop in - All are  welcome!

Community Coffee Time will be held in the lower-level gallery space at  The Refinery Arts &  Spirit Centre.  Note:  There are stairs only to the event space.

609 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon

A Thinker's Tea Party - Closed for the season

A community lecture series meant to gather community and share conversation.  Lectures will be hosted in the upper-level theatre space of The Refinery, 609 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon, unless otherwise noted.

There is no cost to attend the lectures, refreshments will be offered - ALL are welcome.  Come and join the conversation!


We offer arts-based programming through our partnership with
On the Boards Staging Company.

Visit to find out about upcoming theatre performances and get tickets online.

All income generated by the Refinery is used to enhance and subsidize programming for the benefit of the community or for community outreach projects.  

Unlike many other arts organizations, we receive no government funding.