HERITAGE REGINA 2023 SUMMER WALKING TOUR SCHEDULE
WALKS ARE HELD ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER
A $10 donation is suggested to help fund Heritage Regina’s educational programming.
Saturday, July 8th at 6:00 PM
THE 1912 TORNADO: IMPACTS ON THE “WHOLESALE” DISTRICT
Meet guide Robin Adeney at Brewed Awakening (2300 Dewdney Ave.) and explore the story of the booming “Wholesale District” and discover the impacts of the cyclone on this working-class neighbourhood.
Wednesday, July 19th at 6:00 PM
WASCANA LAKE: SPORTING AND POLITICAL HISTORY
Meet guide Will Chabun in the parking lot of Wascana Marina (off Broad St.) to walk around the lake and hear some intriguing tales.
Saturday, July 22nd at 6:00 PM
REGINA’S COLLEGE AVENUE: ELEGANCE AND EDUCATION
Meet guide Gail Daggett at the north doors of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (2445 Albert St.) to learn about the gracious homes of College Avenue and the beginnings of the University of Regina.
Saturday, July 29th at 6:00 PM
GERMANTOWN: THE OTHER REGINA
Meet guide Warren James at the Central Fire Hall (1651 11th Ave.) for a walk through an area of Regina originally settled by continental Europeans.
Wednesday, August 9th at 6:00 PM
CATHEDRAL’S to COFFEE HOUSES
Meet guide Susan Birley for a tour of the Cathedral neighbourhood unique architectural styles from Romanesque to the eclectic styles of its residential buildings. Meet at NW corner of Safeway parking lot on 13th Ave.
Saturday, August 19th at 4:00 PM
GOVERNMENT HOUSE BUILDINGS AND EDWARDIAN GARDENS
Join guide Gareth Evans for a tour exploring the origins of Regina and life in the late Victorian period at Government House. The tour will kick-off with a series of short theatrical vignettes before taking visitors through both the interior of the house and its beautiful Edwardian gardens. The walk will conclude with a tour of the historical McNab neighborhood. Meet at the main entrance to Government House (4607 Dewdney Avenue).
Saturday, August 26th at 2:00 PM
DISCOVER THE INDIGENOUS HISTORY OF TREATY 4 TERRITORY
Bring the whole family and join Saskatchewan Archaeological Society and Indigenous guide Gabriel Lamarche in exploring flintknapping, rock art, pottery making, and how to throw an atlatl.
This is not a walking tour so all activities are to be held on the north lawn of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Suitable for grades 4-8 but all ages are welcome.
GHOST TOURS OF THE COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS
OCTOBER 28TH. DETAILS TO FOLLOW