Looking for winter fun?
See what the City of Regina has to offer for winter sports, recreation and culture. We encourage you to use the hashtag #YQRWinterFun to help spread the word about recreation opportunities for winter 2021!
All activities will align with provincial health orders and are subject to change; however, you can expect to see a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy.
We're adding new activities all the time! Check back regularly for more #YQRWinterFun.
|Register weekly for FREE Outdoor Bootcamps. Bundle up and feel the burn as you work up a sweat in the snow. Available to anyone ages 16 and older.|
|Capture the Magic of Winter with PlayYQR|
|Learn how to capture beautiful winter images on your smartphone or digital SLR camera. Submit up to 5 images to be included in an online collective, and considered for display in a pop-up outdoor lawn sign exhibit.|
Skate on Regina's largest ice rink at Mosaic Stadium.
|Regina Ski Club Groomed Winter Walking Trails|
|A walking trail groomer will be purchased to create natural walking trails at Douglas Park and around the Science Centre to provide opportunities for people to get off the paved pathways and connect with nature in the winter months.|
|Bring your family and enjoy the outdoors together. Register online to borrow snowshoes for free.|
|This year, depending on weather, we are providing more warm-up shack time at our outdoor rinks.|
|No skates? No problem! Register and select your size and enjoy the ice at some of our outdoor rinks this winter.|
|Scavenger Hunt - North, East, South, West, Central|
|Bundle up and enjoy a neighbourhood photo scavenger hunt! Take pictures along the way to earn one Free Family Admission to a leisure centre or arena!|
|You have until March 18 to bundle up and take a look around the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre.|
|Join us indoors for a socially distanced walk that won’t leave you sliding.|
|Winter Fun in Cathedral|
|Cathedral Area Community Association will promote physical, emotional and mental wellness while highlighting outdoor areas in the neighbourhood by offering enhanced programming, hosting a “Get Outside in Cathedral Blitz Days”, and highlighting the ski trails offered in the neighbourhood.|
UR Pride - Rainbow Snowpals - February 1 to March 11 - Judging March 15-26
Rainbow SnowPals will encourage residents to show their Pride and passion for supporting 2SLGBTQ+ communities by building snowpals and submitting photos to take part in an online voting competition for the best snowpal.
Get Outside with Nature Regina - February 25 at Secret Path to a Bird Habitat
Join Field Biologist and Bird Bander from Last Mountain Bird Observatory as you explore little know green spaces in Regina. Providing educational and recreations activities from native plant and wildlife identification – enjoy this unique look of Regina with optional snowshoes.
Get Outside! Outdoor Explorer with Nature Regina - February 26 at Les Sherman Park
Join a Field Biologist and Bird Bander from Last Mountain Bird Observatory as you explore little know green spaces in Regina. Providing educational and recreations activities from native plant and wildlife identification – enjoy this unique look of Regina with optional snowshoes.
|Get Outside with Nature Regina - March 13 at the Saskatchewan Science Centre|
|Nature Regina will get people outside this winter throughout the city by providing educational and recreational activities from native plant and wildlife identification to cross country skiing.|
Still to Come
|The Globe will work with local artists to create two unique outdoor offerings to provide patrons with a panoramic view of the City’s artists and support the movement toward a winter arts city.|
|Winter Scavenger Hunt and Skate Lending Library|
|A Winter Scavenger Hunt will get participants outdoors to find items and participate in local activities. Skates will be loaned out to residents for a two-week period to allow them to participate in all the skating fun Regina offers.|
|Winter Wellness Challenge|
|Outdoor fitness sessions will focus on mental health and physical activity during the winter for Regina’s most under-served and at-risk populations using both individual and family-friendly activities.|
|Grooming for Fat Bike Trails|
|A SnowDog will be purchased to groom approximately 3 km of trail for fat biking and other self-propelled outdoor winter activities to increase the opportunity for residents to get off paved paths and into nature to support active living and wellness.|
|Nurturing Health During COVID-19|
|Nurturing Health during COVID-19 will bring community members together to share cultural, educational and social values while participating in weekly and monthly outdoor programs and special events for children, youth and teens|
|Ultimate Winter Bucket List|
|Daily and weekly winter programming activities will be created to enable children and youth that 4 Directions Child & Family Services Inc. serve to partake in a host of winter activities that range from sledding to skating to snow shoeing.|