Final Lecture of 2022 Lecture Series:
If These Places Could Talk (May 15 – 1 PM @ The Artesian)
Children of all ages, join author Crista Bradley for a fun afternoon learning about heritage in our city and province.
*Masks and vaccine confirmation will be required of ages 5 and up.
Lectures are free – suggested donation of $10 at the door.
2022 Lecture Series
The lecture series will feature both virtual and in-person lectures – with lectures to be held at the Artesian on 13th Avenue and on Facebook Live through Heritage Regina’s Facebook Page.
This six-lecture series will feature expert presenters who will dive deep into prominent facets of Regina’s history.
Catalogue Homes: “Kit Homes’ that Built the Prairies – Online Lecture
Join Heritage Regina board member John Robinson for an online lecture that takes us back to a time when mail-order homes were shipped thousands of miles by rail to the Prairies and assembled by local labour.
Community Character (Lakeview & Cathedral)
Specifically targeted to residents of Lakeview and Cathedral, the aim of the City of Regina’s Community Character project is to clarify the goals of character conservation in these neighbourhoods and develop potential regulatory tools that may help maintain it into the future.
Several virtual workshops have been held with residents over the past two months. Visit the Community Character page on Be Heard Regina to review learning resources and updates on the project.
Conservation Program Review
Donald Luxton & Associates completed a review of the City of Regina’s Heritage Building Rehabilitation Program and identified opportunities to encourage conservation, support neighbourhood character and promote greater public appreciation of heritage properties.
Visit Be Heard Regina to read the recommendations in the consultant’s report, results of the Heritage Conservation Survey from December and related information.