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.
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.
Do you have a child who needs help managing their emotions, or a child who has big worries? What about a child who can't sit still? We offer occupational therapy for kids in Regina, Saskatchewan and have many summer programs to choose from. Check out our summer program schedule today!
The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region’s (RQHR) Seasonal Influenza Campaign runs annually, typically starting in October. Flu shots are offered through public health clinics, some physician and nurse practitioner offices, and through some pharmacies.
The annual Queen City Marathon (QCM), a qualifying race for the Boston Marathon, is more than a race, it is an amazing community event which attracts participants from all across Saskatchewan, Canada, the United States, and around the world. Races include a full walk/run marathon, half walk/run marathon, kids race, family race, night race, and more!
Rebels Cheerleading Athletics in Regina, Saskatchewan, offers teams/classes for ages 3 and up. Summer camps are also offered. Train with the best. Join the Rebels family today! If you are looking for something different for a birthday party, Rebels Cheerleading also hosts birthday parties!
The Regina Synchronized Skating Teams provide the opportunity for skaters of all ages, gender and skating experience to enjoy the fun and healthy aspects of this exciting lifelong ice sport in a friendly team based atmosphere.
The Children's Program supports families, health professionals and community caregivers. The program promotes the development of children who have, or might have, physical or developmental disabilities.