Jun 4 2017 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

    Love British Cars?

    Stop by 1947 Scarth Street on June 4th to check out loads of cars and talk to the people who know them best!!

    No admission will be charged, but everyone is able to donate to the Regina Transition House!

    Show off your own car too! No pre-registration is required, just bring your car to 1947 Scarth Street from 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    For more information, email Bob at burtonbob@sasktel.net or call him at 306-545-0816

    Jun 11 2017 - 11:00am - 3:00pm

    Saskatchewan Ford Mercury Club Show & Shine is BACK!

    Located at A&W, Albert St & Avenhurst Dr., Regina, Sk.

    The "Open to all Vehicles" outdoor car show is back again to promote an interest and appreciation for all motor vehicles. This car show will include antiques, classics, late models, stock and modified vehicles.


    Cars of all kinds and descriptions will be on display. The general public is free to browse the display and talk to the vehicle owners, take pictures, etc.

    Sponsored by: A&W

    Ticket prices: FREE! This car show is open to the general public, whomever is interested in vehicles is welcome to come check it out. 

    Dates of this event are:

    June 11th, July 9th, and August 6th. (11:00am - 3:00pm)


    Jun 17 2017 - 9:00am - 6:00pm

    BBQ for a great cause!

    Come hang out at the Ukraininan Co-op with Z99 on June 16th while enjoying some great quality BB! for only $4.00! Proceeds going towards the Regina NICU in support of Radiothon!

    Check out inside the store for great sale prices on all the meats you can think of!


    Location: 1805 Winnipeg St., Regina - on the 11th Ave. entrance parking lot of the Ukrainian Co-op


    For more information, call 306-569-9510 or email rodgersc@sasktel.net

    Jun 17 2017 - 10:00am

    One of a kind treasure, handcrafted by more than 150 artisans on site!

     Stop by the MacKenzie Art Gallery for fun for the entire family!

    We got a raffle, live music from the Regina Folk Festival with Blake Berglund, In With the Old, and Tongue in Cheek: The Quirks in Country Music Workshop

    Jun 17 2017 - 12:00pm

    Opened in 1924, Scott Collegiate was the second high school to be built in Regina, after Regina Collegiate Institute (later renamed Central Collegiate Institute after the opening of Scott). Currently, Scott holds the title of being the oldest surviving high school building in the city.

    The school is slated to be demolished by the summer of 2017 with students  moving into the new Scott Collegiate located in the Mâmawêyatitân Centre in the fall. Mâmawêyatitân is a Cree word meaning "lets all be together"

    In order to celebrate this occasion Scott Alumni have come together to plan a Farewell Tour of the old school and have an opportunity to visit the new state of the art teaching facility. The massive reunion will take place on Saturday June 17th with an estimated 1100 students returning to Regina for the festivities. Tours of the old school and new facility will take place on Saturday from noon to 5:00 pm and a full reception to be held at the Conexus Arts Centre that evening. Tickets for the tour are $10 and $50 per person for the reception. There will be dignitaries, entertainment and a lot of reminiscing.  Any proceeds from the event will go towards a Scott Collegiate Alumni Scholarship Fund.

    Visit our Facebook page “Scott Collegiate Farewell Tour” or go to eventbrite.ca to purchase your tickets are online. For more information contact Wayne Kuss at wkuss@accesscomm.ca.

    Jun 21 2017 (All day) - Jun 23 2017 (All day)

    IT'S BACK!

    The nation's largest trade show for dryland farming and precision seeding technology is coming to Evraz Place June 21st - 23rd! 

    Canada’s Farm Progress Show is rooted in fostering innovation, collaboration, and education in agriculture. This year, in celebration of our 40 years of success, we will be selling a signature Hillberg & Berk necklace at the show only with proceeds going to Saskatchewan Women in Ag.

    How do you get tickets? Purchase them at the gates each day during the show or check out their website (below)

    For the Empowering Women Conference, tickets are limited, so purchase early to reserve your spot. (Tickets are $25 and include one-day gate admission to the show, as well as a networking wine and cheese).

    To buy tickets, or get more details around the new events and attractions this year, visit website: www.myfarmshow.com

    Jun 25 2017 - 6:30am

    Ride Don’t Hide is a community bike ride hosted, nationally, by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), with the goal to raise awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising essential funds to support mental health programs. CMHA rides will be hosted across the country in 31 communities with the aim to engage over 8,000 participants and raise over $1,500,000.

    Our new venue is the Global Transportation Hub (GTH). Course maps to be announced soon!

    Date: Sunday June 25, 2017

    Registration begins at 6:30 am

    • 7 am – 95 km cyclist ride starts ( 3.5 – 4 hrs)
    • 9 am – 30 km cyclist ride starts ( 1.5 – 2 hrs)
    • 9:30 am – 20 km cyclist ride starts (1 – 1.5 hours)
    • 9:45 am – 5 km Family Fun Ride

    Registrations received after midnight on Wednesday June 21st are not guaranteed to receive shirts or packages prior to the ride.

    What: Community Bike Ride in support of CMHA that includes routes at 5 km, 20 km, 30 km, and 95 km distances.


    • Up to April 30th – early Bird Registration $35.00 including t-shirt
    • May 1st – $50 including t-shirt
    • Midnight June 21st – $100, shirts are not guaranteed to be received prior to the ride but will be supplied post event (you will be contacted)
    • Kids 12 and under are free: T-shirt may be purchased for $12.00 each


    Although they fit fairly true to size, the tech-t-shirt that you will receive as part of your registration is an athletic fit and therefore more fitted than a regular cotton t-shirt. Please refer to the sizing chart if you are uncertain which size to wear. We can not guarantee that there will be shirts to trade sizes with at package pickup

    Event Day – what can you expect?

    • Resource tables, entertainment, BBQ, special guest speakers

    The Rides

    • 5 km Family Fun Ride
    • 20 km
    • 30 km
    • 95 km

    All riders are required to wear a CSA approved helmet

    Drafting (riding in packs or pelotons) is prohibited. Please keep a safe distance; minimum two bike lengths.


    CMHA Regina

    CMHA, Regina Branch has been serving the Regina community since 1949.  Our business is first and foremost mental health and we provide an array of services to persons living with mental illness through core programs:  Pre Vocational, Vocational, and Advocacy.  We are also a community stakeholder and building stronger partnerships in the community, as well as being an active participant in community initiatives for the betterment of those living with mental illness, no matter who they are or where they may come from, is a priority for CMHA Regina.

    For more details on CMHA Regina please click here

     VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY1. Please download this RDH Volunteer application to you computer and save it2. Fill out the form completely and again save3. Send the saved file to info@cmharegina.com or mail to address below

    Canadian Mental Health Association, Regina Branch
    1810 Albert Street, Regina Saskatchewan, S4P 2S8
    Phone (306) 525 -9543
    Email: info@cmharegina.com


    Proceeds of this event will be utilized to provide continuation of direct services to community members living with Mental Illness.

    • Support and Advocacy
    • Supportive employment programs
    • Pre- Employment Programs and Employability Life- Skills Training
    • Social and peer support

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