Join us to celebrate a decade of metal at the 10th annual Carhartts & Caviar Welding Showcase and Auction presented by S3 Group Ltd. The evening will feature food, fresh caviar, drinks and over 10 custom metal art pieces created by Welding certificate students, alumni and their instructor, and local companies.
All funds raised will directly support the Welding program and scholarship fund.
Early bird | January 17-February 14: $50
Regular | February 15-March 10: $60
To purchase a ticket, visit Great Plains College Swift Current Campus (129 2nd Ave NE), email development, or call 306-773-1531.
Please note: you must be 19+ to attend and proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test will be required prior to entry.
Check out our Facebook page for a sneak peek at some of this year's items!
This event wouldn’t be possible without the great support of the community and sponsors, including the presenting sponsor S3 Group Ltd., and all of our other sponsors including City of Swift Current, Mercator Financial, Lime Zero Mechanical, Anderson & Company, Plewis Automotive Group, Optical Image, Wheatland Machine Shop, Nodge Manufacturing, Honey Bee Manufacturing, Sandhills Welding, Eric Cooper, Ponderosa Forge, Thunderstruck Welding, MacMor Industries, Grainger Canada, CWB Welding Foundation, PDQ Autobody, Diamond Energy, AGI Swift Current and DLO Metal Works.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Will you require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test result prior to entry at the event?
- Yes, Great Plains College will be checking each guest's proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test result prior to entry. The college introduced a COVID-19 Additional Measures Policy to ensure the health and safety of our students, employees and all visitors.
- If public health orders change and the event can't go ahead in person, will I get my money back for the tickets purchased?
- Yes, if restrictions are placed on in-person gatherings prior to the event, full refunds will be provided as an option to all ticket holders.
- What happens if the event is cancelled?
- Leading up to the event, we will be closely monitoring the provincial guidelines and protocols. In the event of further revisions or public health restrictions, we will be moving to a contingency plan to offer a pared-down version of the event in a virtual setting.
- With the COVID-19 pandemic still present in our community, why is this event still scheduled as an in-person event?
- As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, the college has been proactively adhering to the provincial/public health guidelines and protocols to lessen the risk of COVID-19 at our campuses. At this time, the provincial government’s COVID-19 plan does not include any restrictions on indoor public gatherings, so we look forward to welcoming the community back to this event for the first time in nearly two years. In addition to the proof of vaccination/negative COVID-19 test policy, additional infection control measures will be in place for the evening including the wearing of facemasks, access to hand sanitizer, safe food handling processes, and others as required to ensure everyone's safety.