Wascana Pool Washrooms have closed for the season due to mechanical issues; Road Closures: Memorial Way (small portion north of Hill Blvd.) will be closed October 21 to 24; Avenue D (between Ave. A and Ave. C); Avenue A (between Memorial Way and Ave. D) will be closed October 23 to October 28; and Ave D. (between Ave. C and Hill Blvd.) will be closed October 25 to November 1.


Wascana Centre's Pumpkin Way

Give your Halloween pumpkin one last time to shine as part of a spooky evening display. Stroll through the park to admire some of Regina's best Jack-o-Lanterns! Pumpkins will be lit and on display from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Drop off your pumpkin to Wascana Centre (Walter Scott Way - just north of the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens) between 4pm and 6pm…

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Wascana Spooktacular

Join us Saturday October 19 for a free Halloween Nature Program including a haunted house, dissections, spooky discoveries, creepy games and crafts. The event is family friendly and open to all ages.Programing happening between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. at Wascana Place (2900 Wascana Dr.). Costumes are encouraged. Don't miss out on the…

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Junior Naturalist

Picture this, you’re on this beautiful canoe trip and while you’re marveling at the migratory feats of our feathered friends, you enter some rough waters and before you know it, you’ve hit rocks and are now stranded on an island with only the most basic of survival materials. Learn about outdoor survival in our canoe trip gone…

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Wonders of Wascana

Wonders of Wascana! One of Wascana Centre’s hidden gems is the cricket pitch at Douglas Park. The pitch is home to the Cavaliers Cricket Club https://www.facebook.com/cavalierscricketclub/) and is the centre of an amazing sports culture here in the Queen City. Check out the Cavalier’s website (https://reginacavs.ca/) for more…

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The Great Trail Treasure Hunt

THE GREAT TRAIL TREASURE HUNT Trans Canada Trail (TCT) and the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) are joining forces again to invite Canadians to find hidden treasure along The Great Trail of Canada.This year, 200 treasure boxes – twice as many as last year – will be yours to find in every province and territory in Canada.…

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