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.
Ignite the Performer Within! Class Act Studios provides the highest calibre of instruction in a “home-away-from-home” environment. At Class Act Studios, we aim to prepare a triple threat performer! Our programs include pre-school classes, dance, devised theatre, musical theatre and some adult programs.
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.
Harbour Landing Village, located in Regina, SK, is an innovative intergenerational development dedicated to enriching the lives of residents and the surrounding community. In addition to Independent, Assisted, and Supportive Living, HLV offers Childcare, and living options for full-time qualifying students. Stop by to discover a couple of Regina's best kept secrets in the culinary world!
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!
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.
The Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists (SAO) is the professional member organization and regulatory body for Doctors of Optometry in Saskatchewan. Both the Canadian and the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists recommend that all children have a complete vision exam by age three.