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And with a blink of an eye, fall is here! This year has been unpredictable and unusual, making summer feel like a blip in time. Suddenly there's a chill in the air, leaves are changing, and beach days have come to an end. But, with restrictions easing in Saskatchewan and more safety measures in place, residents in Regina can now enjoy more events and activities. Most museums, galleries, and restaurants are open with new COVID-19 policies. Keep reading to see what you can do this fall in Regina.
Get outside and explore the city at Wascana Valley. With 15km of trails perfect for walking, biking, hiking and running you can enjoy the stunning change of the seasonal fall foliage. With easily marked trails and breathtaking views of the valley, the area is a great place to spend a crisp, fall afternoon.
The Supper in the Orchard series is slowly wrapping up, with only a few more events taking place until October 10. Experience an extraordinary multi-course, farm-to-table dinner created by local chefs in the beautiful orchard at Over the Hill Orchards and Winery. Tickets are $70 per guest and an additional $25 for a wine-pairing for every meal. Guests are encouraged to come in groups of four to maximize space in the orchard. Be sure to review current protocols before attending the event.
On October 3, STARS and GMS are hosting a unique concert fundraiser with Juno, CCMA, and ECMA award winner George Canyon and CCMA and BCCMA award winner Aaron Pritchett. This concert takes place in the Turvey Center parking lot in Regina, with tickets priced at $115 per vehicle. Proceeds go towards the STARS non-profit, which helps critically ill and injured patients across the prairies. Guests can also participate in an online silent auction, 50/50 raffle, and view the STARS helicopter. Get your ticket today!
Though non-essential travel is still at a halt, we at Home Inn & Suites Regina Airport want you to make the best of autumn in Regina. Re-discover your city and enjoy favorite activities until travel resumes.