Star Stories Night A celebration of Indigenous storytelling for Regina families
Regina residents are invited to take a journey through the stars by attending Star Stories Night, a free, fun-filled family event to celebrate Indigenous Storytelling Month.
Hosted by the Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina Public Library (RPL) and the City of Regina on February 16 from 5-10 p.m., there will be numerous activities occurring at three different locations. Some of those activities include:
- RPL Albert Branch at mâmawêyatitân centre
- Explore the stars with Laurie Rousseau-Nepton, Canada’s first Indigenous woman astrophysicist
- Indigenous storytelling in the Star Dome
- Button making
- Saskatchewan Science Centre
- Stargazing through the telescope at the Kalium Observatory
- Coding and Indigenous understanding of the phases of the moon
- The entire exhibit floor will be open
- Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre
- Constellation craft with Indigenous artist Tianna Delorme
- Learn about night vision on a guided nature night walk with Nature Regina
- Sit under the stars around an outdoor firepit
Free shuttles are available between locations, with the chance to win prizes on each bus ride!
To view the full list of activities being offered at Star Stories Night, visit Regina.ca/wintercity.