Get Excited for Summer The City’s Summer Leisure Guide is Now Available
The weather is warming up and the City is preparing for summer programming. The summer Leisure Guide is available online starting today, with registration beginning Tuesday, May 9 at 7 a.m. for residents and Thursday, May 11 for non-residents.
There are hundreds of safe, accessible and affordable programs for everyone this season. New, exciting classes include Dungeons, Dragons and Crafts, an art class for ages 10-13, where participants create their own tabletop version of the popular game and play with their classmates, and Ninja Sweat, a fitness class for ages 18 and up using intervals of walking, weights, yoga and more!
The City also offers many outdoor spaces to enjoy during the summer. Discover one of our outdoor basketball, tennis and pickleball courts or one of our eight seasonal off-leash dog parks in addition to the three year-round off-leash parks open for your furry friend.
To ensure residents don’t miss out on their preferred classes, they are encouraged to create or sign into their online account at Regina Recreation Online before registration day. There’s a step-by-step guide to add preferred classes to a ‘wish list,’ this will make checkout quick and easy on registration day. Registration can be completed online or by calling 306-777-PLAY (7529).
For more information on registering for programs or to view the online version of the Leisure Guide, visit Regina.ca/leisureguide