We are looking for feedback from anyone who has visited the newly installed Lakeview Park Playground structures (on the corner of McCallum Ave and Athol St). We want to know what the new playground means to you and your family.
Many outdoor skating facilities in Regina are ready for residents to enjoy.
All rinks and warm-up shacks outline capacity limits that align with Provincial Health Orders. The City of Regina asks residents to please follow these limits as well as all COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Each rink is flooded biweekly to ensure smooth skating surfaces. With weather temperatures varying, the ice on rinks can take some time to freeze. Please do not go on the rinks after flooding until the new layer of ice has formed and is not slushy.
For the most current information on rink availability including current and future location updates as well as warm-up shack times, visit Regina.ca/winterfun.
In discussions with instructors and LCA volunteers and with the provincial COVID guidelines in place, we will be continuing to put our ice programming on hold this winter including: learn to skate, hockey skills and mini mites. We will re-evaluate next fall.
We were hoping to be able to offer these classes for the community, but with limited class sizes and guidelines in place help keep everyone safe, the classes would not meet the expected outcomes and quality and would be at a much higher rate than we want to offer for families. We also want to help keep participants, instructors and volunteers safe.
Join us for our virtual AGM this coming Thursday via zoom at 7 p.m. to learn more about what Lakeview Community Association has been up to and what they have coming up. It is also a great opportunity to meet the board if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.