Jun 4 2017 - 10:00am

    Are you ready to make it stop? Join us Sunday, June 4, 2017 for the 22nd annual Gutsy Walk and become part of Canada’s largest community event committed to raising funds for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Show loved ones living with Crohn’s and colitis they are not alone. Let's stop the pain, multiple surgeries, and missed moments.
    It takes guts to make it stop. Fundraise and walk as a team or as an individual in Regina at A.E. Wilson Park to help improve the lives of children and adults affected by Crohn’s and colitis. With your fundraising efforts, together we can Make it stop. For life.


    Jun 4 2017 - 10:00am

    Crohn's and Colitis Canada as well as Regina Chapters presents:

    Regina Gutsy Walk, raising money

    1 in 150 Canadians are living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Over 8000 people in Saskatchewan benefit from research funded through Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.

    Register at www.gutsywalk.ca and join us on event day – participants who raise over $100 receive a walk TShirt. Workplace and family teams welcome!

    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 - 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

    Jul 1 2017 - 12:30pm

    Celebrations Society took initiative in organizing the Canada 150 Atlantic to Pacific Celebration project, which proposes a series of regional drumming events that will occur simultaneously across Canada, to form a dynamic National Drumming Event occurring on Canada Day, July 1st, 2017.

    Spearheaded by a consortium of individuals and groups in the Chinese Canadian communities in eight cities across the country, including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Vancouver, the project will engage all Canadians and residents to participate in a celebratory burst of patriotism on Canada’s 150th birthday. This unified Canada 150 Drumming activity can be done on any variety of drums – hand drums, snare drums, steel drums, Highland drums, what have you – even pots and pans. And it’s free! This commemorative, fun event will demonstrate the inclusive, multicultural society that Canada is all about. With proper registration and validation, we are working to achieve recognition in the Guinness World Records as “the largest geographic area of simultaneous drumming for a national day celebration”.

    In concert with seven regional committees across Canada, the National Committee has already received support from over 200 community organizations across Canada in this collaborative initiative. Conceived by a dedicated group of volunteers, the event provides a platform for sponsors, donors, drummers, and volunteers alike to take in the patriotic spirit. What will you be doing on July 1st, 2017? Click here to be part of it!


    Project Overview:

    It all started with a vision. A vision initiated by a group of grassroots Chinese Canadian who wants to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Confederation in style.


    The Legacy 150 Celebrations Society (a non-profit organization registered with the Federal government of Canada) took initiative in organizing the Canada 150 Atlantic to Pacific Celebration project, which proposes a series of regional drumming events that will occur simultaneously across Canada, to form a dynamic national drumming event occurring on Canada Day, July 1st, 2017.


    More importantly, the group would like to make sure that the event is multicultural and inclusive. Through the eight regions including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Vancouver, that have come together, each group is planning what they are doing in their own city, at an iconic location, to drum together on July 1st, 2017.

    Jul 4 2017 (All day) - Jul 7 2017 (All day)

    SaskatchwanChoral Federation presents:

    Regina Summer Music Camps!

    Enroll your kids into this summer camp that encourages young people to get involved in music through singing and learning to play an instrument!
    Camps run 4-5 days and at the end of each camp, a short concert will be presented to the family and friends to showcase what the kids have accomplished!

    Children 8-12 can enroll in the camps scattered throughout the weeks of July and August of this upcoming summer!

    For more information, contact:

    Denise (information@saskchoral.ca)

    Sheryl (programs@saskchoral.ca)

    Saskatchewan Choral Federation  -> 306-780-9230 or visit their website! 

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