The Regina Optimist Club was chartered on December 9, 1957. The club’s first involvement with youth activities was a sponsorship in 1958 of a boys’ baseball team in the Regina Pony League.
The Regina Optimist Dolphin Swim Club exists to develop each swimmer to his or her fullest potential through quality programs. We are dedicated to excellence in life and sport skills through pride, discipline, loyalty and commitment.
The Regina Pats Hockey Club was established in 1917 and is a charter member of the Western Hockey League. The Pats have won three Memorial Cups in 1925, 1930 and 1974 and have two Western Hockey League Championships in 1974 and 1980.
The Regina Rhythmic Gymnastic Club (RRGC) offers a 30 week non-competitive program which is focused on fun and learning within a team environment. Gymnasts are guided through stretching, ballet, dance and rhythmic gymnastics
Ringette is a unique winter ice sport played primarily by females, but is open to all. This non-contact sport has players using a straight stick and a hollow rubber ring. Ringette rules require individuals to pass over each blue line, thus encour...
The RSC has about 500 plus members per year and provides programs, events and trips for beginner, recreational and competitive, young and older skiers alike with a program for skiers with disabilities.
The Regina Soccer Association is a non-profit organization that offers programs and leagues for soccer players from Regina and the surrounding district.
To promote and advocate the participation in sport, by providing leadership, creating a united voice and facilitating the enhancement of sport programs within the community.
Long before Regina had gained its status as a city, the cultural arts were beginning to flourish. As good fortune would have it many of Regina's early settlers, including members of the North West Mounted Police, were talented musicians and vocali...
RSST is a non-profit Skate Canada endorsed club, home to Regina's only synchronized skating teams both recreational and competitive, providing social fun and fitness to skaters of all ages and abilities.
We can help your child achieve his or her potential — no matter the grade or skill level — with an educational experience that is vibrant, interactive and satisfying.
FUNdamental (recreational) programs in the following age categories: 8U, 12U, 13+, 16+(Beginner Adult and Recreational Adult).
The RPL Film Theatre screens the best of world cinema - up to fifteen films a month. The Film Theatre has "something for everyone" and is the only cinema in the city to consistently present critically-acclaimed contemporary and alternative
As the vast majority of the participants in our sport are children, youth and their parents, the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association, along with the Canadian Lacrosse Associaton, feels that we need to understand the reasons for their involvement and...
The Science Centre’s exhibit floor features hands-on science exhibits and live stage shows and demonstrations.
Celebrating outstanding Saskatchewan teams and athletes.
Sask Volleyball was incorporated in 1975, and is a non-profit organization providing competitive and recreational opportunities for all residents of Saskatchewan to participate in the sport of volleyball.
At SIAM kickboxing and Muay Thai we are dedicated to providing authentic Muay Thai training to anyone with thedesire to learn. Here at the gym our #1 priority is that all of our students and athletes, whether competitive or not
The South Zone Recreation Board organizes and runs the following programs:
Indoor Co-ed Soccer, Outdoor Co-ed T-Ball, Outdoor Co-ed SoftBall, Indoor Co-ed T-Ball, Spring Community Gardens, Fall and Winter Whist.
We are very proud to offer over 6,000 sq feet of padded training area for our student’s safety. The flexibility of our facility allows us to utilize the entire floor area for school tournaments, stunt camps or other functions or have
Our vast experience in music extends to all of our 8 retail locations, from Alberta to Ontario, where we pride ourselves on maintaining the highest level of service and most knowledgeable staff in the industry.
For more than eighty years, St. John's Music has provided retail services in musical instruments and promoted music education. Our vast experience in music extends to all of our 8 retail locations, from Alberta to Ontario
Swim Saskatchewan provides leadership and resources to promote excellence through sport development, competition, education, training and strong member organizations.
DANCING IN THE WATER!!!! It combines athlete ability with artistry as athletes perform their routines to music. Athletes and aspiring athletes of any age and ability can experience the joy of synchronized swimming.
We strive to create a fun Ukrainian dance environment with the highest priority placed upon developing the required skills of technique and performance. These skills are essential for those who wish to dance at the highest levels of Ukrainian danc...
Dancing develops and builds confidence, self esteem, flexibility, coordination and dedication. Along with a lot of fun, students will be participating in classes with other students learning exciting routines to perform.
The YMCA of Regina is a charitable association open to all, dedicated to developing leadership and to enriching our community and people at all ages.
Welcome to Yoga Haven. We are a beautiful warm yoga studio in Regina, Saskatchewan. We have been serving the community for 14 years. Our vision and mission is to share the gift of yoga with as many people as possible.
Yoga Mala is a beautiful spacious studio located in the heart of downtown Regina. We have a wonderful community of friendly and compassionate people who strive to make your yoga journey as fulfilling as possible
Youth Ballet and Contemporary Dance of Saskatchewan (YBCS) is both a dance school and a touring dance company. YBCS is a non-profit organization in operation since 1983, formerly known as Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan.