AND THE BAND PLAYED ON: 110 YEARS OF THE REGINA SYMPHONY Monday, January 28, 2019 2 Lectures: 6:30pm and 8pm A night of stories and performance with Dave Hedlund and Regina Symphony Chamber Players Advanced Tickets Only through the RSO Box Office 306-586-9555 Buy Tickets at Artesian Buy Tickets at RSO Box Office THREADS THAT […]
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Heritage Regina will undergo a facelift in 2019 as the organization ushers in a fresh new visual identity and strategic plan. The change in branding will reflect a vibrant new energy within Heritage Regina, and a renewed commitment to telling the stories of Regina’s history. The new look will include an updated logo, colour scheme, […]
The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan wishes to inform the archives community that our offices are consolidating into one location in Regina, and that our office in Saskatoon will be closing effective December 21, 2018. In the coming months, while certain services will continue, other services may only be available in a limited capacity due to staff […]
Heritage Regina’s College Avenue Campus Salvage Sale – Respecting and Recycling Our Heritage Heritage Regina would like to extend our warm thanks to those who contributed to the success of the College Avenue Campus Salvage Sale including: the University of Regina College Avenue Renewal Project team for facilitating the collection, storing and moving of the auctioned materials; Harvard […]
Lauren Liebe is from Regina SK and currently studies architecture at Carleton University in Ottawa. Her interest in architecture began with heritage homes in Regina. Her goal is to work in heritage conservation on buildings in the prairies. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys playing the clarinet, drawing, and reading.
Heritage Saskatchewan Summer Photo Contest This summer, Heritage Saskatchewan is calling all amateur photographers to send us their snaps, showcasing Living Heritage around the province! Saskatchewan’s rich and diverse Living Heritage is home to many a great story and we want you to help us tell these stories through your photos. Photos will qualify under one of […]
Please join the Honourable Gene Makowsky, Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport, in unveiling the Provincial Heritage Property Plaque of the Regina Indian Industrial School Cemetery. The unveiling will occur August 14th at 11:30 a.m. at the cemetery site, which is located at 701 Pinkie Road in Regina (approximately 1.5km north of Dewdney Avenue). For any questions about […]
July 14 saw over 60 people join tour guide Dale Edward Johnson on a fascinating tour of Regina’s Downtown Car Dealerships. Dale’s knowledge of Regina’s car dealership history illustrated the rich history of the car business and its association with some of Regina’s Heritage buildings. Dale shared many interesting stories of the businessmen, the auto […]
They started in the 90s and after a lengthy hiatus, Regina Cemetery Tours are back for another summer. Sarah Komadina has the details.
The Top 10 Endangered Places List shines a national spotlight on historic places at risk due to neglect or lack of funding. The List brings media attention and gives a welcome shot in the arm for local groups involved in challenging campaigns to save places that matter. As part of its 100th anniversary celebrations, the Canadian Construction […]
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