Top Fall Programs for Kids in Regina

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Published Jan 30, 2017

Some fun activities for your kids when school starts back up this fall in Regina, SK

Top Fall Programs for Kids in Regina

University of Regina

The University of Regina offers children's programs throughout the year, through the Conservatory of Performing Arts (with theatre, music, and preschool programs), as well as the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health (with sports programs).  

Easy registration is available through their website.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Some great fun and educational kids' programs are available this fall at the RSM, including birthday "Dinomites" daycare, the "Young Explorers" Friday night pizza & activity night club, the "Night at the RSM" movie & game night, and the Megamunch" Sunday club. The Megamunch club coincides with their adult yoga classes, so the whole family can enjoy an early evening out!

RCMP Heritage Centre

The Centre’s main gallery takes visitors on a journey through the history of the Mounted Police and its evolution from a frontier police to a modern police force known the world over.

Their programs this fall are geared towards schools and private groups, with age-appropriate activities for students from kindergarten to grade 12.

Kare 4 Kids

The staff at K4K are fun, outgoing individuals who are passionate about working with children. With 29 years of combined experience, they have been operating Before and After School Programs since 1999.

Programs include crafts, games, free play, and physical activities.


ICANPLAY is a non-competitive sport introduction program for young children where they can learn the fundamental movement skills for a variety of sports. They offer multi-sport programs for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 8 years old.

They emphasize development and encouragement, celebrating every little success of the participants.

Girls in the Game

Girls in the Game is a unique program that uses sport as a tool to foster leadership in young girls. Nationally recognized for its impact on the Canadian sport system, Girls in the Game has helped to get thousands of girls in the game!

Programs offered this fall include yoga, Mom & Me Zumba, volleyball, basketball, acrobatic dance, soccer, football, and more.

Cathedral Art School and Studio

Come explore the artwork of some of the greatest artists that ever lived! In Cathedral Art School's fall mixed media class, students will explore a wide variety of mediums used to create art such as painting, printmaking, sculpting and drawing, while creating artwork in the style of these great modern masters.

All projects are made with premium quality art supplies and are taken home to enjoy.

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