Glidden is a hamlet in Newcombe Rural Municipality No. 260, Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2001 the community had a population of 40 people. It previously held the status of village until October 19, 2000. The hamlet is located 26 km south of the Town of Kindersley at the intersection of highway 21, highway 44 & highway 649.
Glidden is named after Charles Glidden (an immigrant from Paw Paw, Michigan) who sold the townsite to the Canadian Pacific Railway. Prior to October 19, 2000, Glidden was incorporated as a village, and was restructured as a hamlet under the jurisdiction of the Rural municipality of Newcombe on that date.