May Long Weekend Events & Activities in Regina
A go-to list of family activities and events taking place during May long weekend in Regina: Friday, May 21 – Monday, May 24, 2021
For other weekend activities including adult activities, see Things to do this weekend in Regina.
Enjoy the Outdoors Safely. Be mindful of health advisories. Maintain a physical distance of two metres from people outside your household. Always wear a mask when you are in a shared space, either indoors or outdoors. The places and activities mentioned in the article are merely suggestions. Do not travel if public health orders during the long weekend do not recommend travel in and out of Regina.
Victoria Day Digital Parade
Have you submitted your video to the virtual Cathedral Village Arts Festival? Watch yourself or your friends at the Victoria Day Digital Parade.Details
Monday, May 24, 2021
Movies at the Drive-In
Watching a great film from the comfort of your car at the Moonlight Movies Drive-In with your family. This is a great way to enjoy family time over the weekend. Details
Friday – Sunday, May 21 – 23, 2021
Moonlight Movies Drive-In, Pilot Butte Rodeo Grounds, Pilot Butte
Shop the local produce and wares from Regina’s open air Farmer’s Market! Shop flowers, decor, food, produce, and more. Check out their Facebook page to know which vendors will be in attendance. They also have an online store, so if you don’t want to venture outside do check it out. Details
Wednesdays + Saturdays | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
City Square Plaza, 2190 Victoria Ave, Regina
Supper in the Orchard
Over the Hill Orchards and Winery has partnered with local chefs to create a multi-course supper using mainly ingredients from local farms and the orchard.
Wallnuts Catering | May 21 | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Chef Amber Colbourne and Andrew Calibaba | May 22 | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Over the Hill Orchards and Winery, Lumsden
Enjoy a walk
There are many places in Regina to enjoy a walk and explore. It can be your neighborhood or a nearby park, you will surely enjoy discovering many aspects of the region you explore. For more details see 25 Hiking Trails In and Around Regina
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… the Long Weekend! Even if you are stuck indoors or confined to your backyard, you can still enjoy a great time. Freshen up your space with beautiful blooms from your own garden or your local florist. order a snack or dinner from your local bakery or restaurant.
Head over to Regina Climbing Centre to enjoy a safe indoor rock climbing experience. Details
By appointment | 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM; Weekends 10 AM – 5 PM
Regina Climbing Centre, 606B Solomon Crescent, Regina
While Regina is far from the northern lakes in the province that are known to be excellent sport fishing destinations, there are still plenty of really great spots within a few hours of Regina. Check out these 15 Great Places to Fish in Regina.
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Discover Nature Attractions in Regina
Regina has many green spaces to explore. Nature Regina’s Get Outside guides are great resources that instill an appreciation of nature and stay active! Check out their self-guided adventure guides today and get outside! New guides are released biweekly on Wednesdays. Details
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Picnic in the Orchard
How does a cheese platter with wine, overlooking the valley sound? Book a mini getaway in your choice of 1 of 3 different sites, each with its own personality and view. Pick a date, time, and wine. You will be provided with everything your picnic requires in a backpack; bread, cheese, buffalo jerky, jam, a bottle of wine, wine glasses, blanket, utensils, and napkins. Details
May 21 – 23, 2021
Over the Hill Orchards and Winery, Lumsden
Tour Habitat Conservation Area
The Habitat Conservation Area, located within Wascana Centre, is a 23-acre site that serves as a habitat for a variety of wildlife. Enjoy a self-guided tour. Details
For more, see Self-Guided Tours To Do in Regina
There are many Provincial Parks and campgrounds in Saskatchewan where you can spend overnight. In addition to camping, provincial parks offer many activities for a multi-day adventure that makes the journey worthwhile. For more details see 10 Best Places to Camp in Saskatchewan.
Picnic in the Park
Order a takeout of your favourite goodies from a local restaurant or bakery. This not only supports local businesses but also saves you the hassle of preparing for the picnic. So pick up your order and head to your neighbourhood park or one of the many picnic sites in the city. Candy Cane Park, Rick Hansen Optimist Park, Norseman Park, Fairchild Park, Victoria Park, Kinsmen Park, A.E. Wilson Park are great places to go on a picnic.
Adventure on a Page
Books are great sources of adventure. Although Regina Public Library locations are closed, online services are still available open. Get started on your reading adventure. Not sure want to pick? Check outGrab & Go Bags, each of which will contain 10 books of a selected single genre. For personalized reading recommendations, try the library’s Books4Meservice provides. Details
Pick up at various Library Branches, Regina
Free with your RPL card
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Explore Wascana Blue Trail
Wascana’s Blue trail is a trail that can be enjoyed by all without leaving the city. With multiple access points, this beautiful trail goes past the man-made lake, water features, and the iconic Legislative Building. Trail Map
Enjoy Musical Concerts
Tune in and listen to live music streamed from all over the world! Details
Hike the Wascana Valley Trails
Wascana Valley Nature Recreation Site has 15 km of trails where you can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, birding, and running. Details
The City of Regina has re-opened its indoor recreation facilities. Register for your favourite activity online or by calling the PlayLine at 306-777-PLAY (7529).
Regina Golf Courses are open for the season. Book a tee time at Tor Hill Golf Course, Murray Golf Course, Joanne Goulet Golf Club, Lakeview Par 3 Golf Course. Details
Watch Theatre Performances
One positive outcome of the pandemic is that you can now access theatre performances from all over the world online. See what’s on show this weekend. Details
Take-out and Support Local
Support local businesses by ordering a take out from Regina restaurants. Check out Restaurants Open for Take-Out and Delivery During COVID-19.
Explore the World From Home
With travel being restricted, there are no ways to physically enjoy a trip to distant places. But the good news is you can explore these places virtually. From Canada’s arctic, cities, National Parks to international or outer space destinations like the international space station, Egypt’s Heritage Sites, and scenic train rides, you can now enjoy many travel destinations virtually.
Visit a Farm
Located just 10 minutes north of Regina, Fenek Farms is a great place to spend a day. This family-owned and operated farm can enjoy a petting zoo, hayrides, learn about livestock, see farming equipment, in addition to enjoying the beautiful environment and breathtaking prairie sunsets. Details
Head north on Albert St (Highway 6). At Edenwold Grid go west 4.5 Km. Located at the the SW quarter section on the north side of the grid Rd
$9 a person (children under 3 are free); Call (306) 209-7205
Visit Provincial Parks
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are great places to spend your day with nature. Here, you can enjoy hiking, biking, canoeing, fishing, birding, wildlife viewing, and more enjoyable activities. Details
Regular provincial park fees
Enjoy Virtual/Physical Distancing Events & Activities
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