Indoor Soccer Registration Starts This Week!

Just a quick reminder that indoor soccer registration starts this week. You can register online at www.qcsoccer.ca, or register in person. Registration is held at the Indoor Soccer Centre at exhbition park (Also known as the Credit Union…

2010 Marsh Dash – Saturday, July 24th

"Gather Your Team, Solve the Clues, Run the marsh, Snap the pictures"   Dust off your running shoes, call three to five friends, grab your digital camera and come and support this fun fundraiser. It begins 9 a.m. this coming Saturday at…

To our email subscribers: Hope you enjoyed the summer reading!

Yeah.  Well.  Sorry about the last couple posts.  It appears my personal blog was cross-connected with the LCA blog.  Imagine my surprise! I should have that fixed now. Then again, if you're interested in my all too infrequent ramblings,…

Regina Police Service Community Report

About every three months we get an email from Const. Lauri Morin about what's going on in South Regina from the Police Service's perspective. There's lots of good info here but we were never sure what to do with it all.  But now, thanks to…

Regina Riot Walking Tour – Thursday, July 1st

Most of us take for granted the basic necessities provided to us in our place of employment: a fair wage, personal safety. These were just a few of the things the "On To Ottawa Trekkers" were demanding the federal government provide them in…

Summer Reading Starts June 14th!

Reading is a great way to expand your vocabulary, learn something new or just relax and escape for a while.  The Regina Public Library has an exciting summer program with great incentives to get kids reading - plus there is a little something…

Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers

Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers... what does this make you think of?  Read on and see if you can help. Though awareness of the AIDS pandemic in Africa is increasing, it is still shocking to read that an estimated 18 to 20 million African…

Building on a Dream

3 DAY BUILD FOR A NEW STAFF CABIN June 3rd, 4th & 5th, 2010 Lumsden Beach Camp needs a new staff cabin and they are looking for volunteers to help build it!  Check out their website at  http://threedaybuild.blogspot.com for…

Drop Your Pants at Northgate

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Volunteers Needed for YARA-Grow Regina Community Gardens

Looking for a volunteer opportunity that enables you to spend more time outdoors? YARA-Grow Regina Community Garden located at McLeod Park, 3500 Queen Street may be your match - green thumbs not required.   Grow Regina and its members…

PlayEscapes Summer Drop In Program

The school year is coming to a close and your little scholar can't wait for his or her summer freedom. If your child is like most, that summer freedom buzz lasts for a few weeks at best before they start moaning "I'm bored! There's nothing to…

LCA Family Fun Day!

  The Regina Lakeview Community Association is hosting its first ever Family Fun Day.  Saturday, June 26th, 2010 from 11-3 pm at Kiwanis Park.  The day will consist of activities to keep the kids busy, give the adults a chance to visit…

Next LCA Meeting is Monday May 10

It's getting near the end of our year but there's still lots to do in LCA-land.  We're close to announcing our super-fantabulous Family Fun Day, there's talk of re-energizing a neighbourhood watch program and we're…

The Best Female Hockey in Canada and a Lakeview Connection

A huge sports event kicked off in Regina today, but you might not know about it.   It's the Esso Cup -- the National Female Midget AAA Hockey Championships, and it runs April 18-24 at the new Cooperators Arena in the Exhibition Grounds. Six…

A Symphonic Tribute to Paul McCartney

The Regina Symphony Orchestra is known far and wide for blending outstanding classical music with modern classics.  The result is great music and entertainment for thousands of people in and around the city. On Monday April 19, the RSO is…

Discover the Works of Bob Boyer, Now Online

In 2008 the Mackenzie Art Gallery had a wonderful exhibition of the works of Bob Boyer. As the folks at the Mackenzie say: Bob Boyer: His Life’s Work, [is] the first major retrospective of Bob Boyer (1968-2004), a nationally and internationally…

One World Cafe: Concert and Peace Connect, April 2

Robert White sent us an email today about an event he's organizing on Friday, April 2 at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre. It's a free concert and 'Peace Connect' and here are the details: One World Café Concert & "Peace Connect" Friday,…

Register for South Zone Taekwon-Do

We got a note from Jim Nichols at Regina South Zone Taekwon-Do about their upcoming spring sessions. South Zone Taekwon-Do is holding three registration nights: March 30 and April 1st from 6PM-7PM at St. Anne's Church Hall (1701 Cowan…

Heritage CA: Trek to Tomorrow, May 1

The Heritage community is one of the original neighbourhoods, just Northeast of downtown, that for years was described as 'Core'. There's a ton of interesting places and history there and the folks at Heritage CA have been working hard over…

Jane’s Walk — Learn About Your City

The second Regina Jane's Walk will be held on May 1 and 2, 2010 all over Regina. Last year over 400 people came out to participate in 12 community walks and learn more about the history of Regina neigbourhoods. This year, there are two ways…

First Sign of Spring: Farmers’ Market is Back!

Mrs. Blogger and I were over at the Catherdral Neighbourhood Centre on Saturday checking out the wonderful fare at the first Spring Farmer's Market of 2010. We found some nice greenhouse tomatoes, fresh basil and even some fenugreek sprouts…

Wood Windows? Worry Not! Workshop on the Way!

Back in the depths of winter, did your windows rattle, whistle and moan? Do you wish you could fix them up rather than replace them with boring old PVC? Maybe you can, especially after learning how to do it! The Cathedral Area Community…

LCA Family Skate is March 20

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It's time to say goodbye to winter the only way we know how -- with a Free Family Skate at the Optimist Arena on Saturday, March 20 from 4:30PM - 6:00PM Come get reacquainted with your neighbours after a long winter hibernation!  Or if you're…

Everyone Can Walk to Fight Arthritis — Will You?

The Arthritis Society's "Walk to Fight Arthritis" is coming in May, but now is the time to register, raise pledges, and share your Arthritis story.