The Active Family Benefit helps families with the costs of their children's participation in cultural, recreational, and sports activities. This fully-refundable tax benefit of up to $150 per child helps reduce barriers, promote access and encourage children to participate in activities that are vital to healthy, active living.
The Al Ritchie Family Wellness Project is a drop in centre which offers a wide variety of free family programming for those in need. The centre offers various programs and activities primarily for parents and their children ages 0-6 years.
Argyle Park / Englewood is located in the north end of Regina. As the north end is expanding, including the new Hawk Stone development. It is a small close knit community perfectly suited to a family oriented lifestyle.
The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a non-profit, community-based organization incorporated to serve persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to support their families. Summer programs are offered for kids ages 7 and up.
Bloom Learning Centre was established with one goal in mind: to make a difference in the lives of children by providing them with the best early childhood education and academic support. Preschool, Tutoring, Kindermusik and Summer Camps are offered.
Is your child a builder, a breaker, a machine maker? At Bricks 4 Kidz we use this perennial childhood favourite toy to explore concepts ranging from centrifugal force to the mechanics of gears. Our programs range from one-hour sessions to day camps during school breaks, before and after school programs and birthday parties. For ages 5-11.
Camp Easter Seal Is Where Campers Come First! As the only completely wheelchair accessible camp facility in Saskatchewan, Camp Easter Seal is dedicated to providing a fun and barrier free experience to all campers.
The Cathedral area is a 235 hectare residential area located immediately to the west of Regina’s downtown. Boundaries of the neighbourhood include Albert Street on the east, Wascana Creek to the south and west, and the CPR mainline on the north. While the area is primarily residential, commercial businesses are found on the north and eastern boundaries, as well as along the 13th Avenue shopping
Give your child the opportunity to explore their creative side through the University of Regina Conservatory- Centre for Continuing Education's music, performing arts and visual arts programs. Discover your creative passion with adult programs. Did you know the Conservatory also offers camps and a pre-school?
We are a youth-oriented music group that performs in the community, competes at Highland Games across Canada. The band offers exceptional instruction for children and youth, ages 8-19, for learning bagpipes and drums.