The Winter/Spring City Leisure Guide Will be out on December 6th 2023 with a list of Regina West Zone Board Programs. Registration For These Programs Open January 2nd at 10am On Our Website!
McNab Community Association
Florence Cyca joined McNab Community Association in 2014 after attending a meeting of specific relevance to her and became secretary shortly after.
She had a tremendous number of new ideas for community association programs. Her suggestions ranged from free, inclusive, and family focused social events, bringing people from the neighborhood together. Florence put a lot of her time into attending information sessions put on by the city then reporting highlights back to the association at the next meeting.
As Secretary, she wrote fantastic meeting minutes. She articulated a lot of conversation into precise and meaningful words distributed to the executive in advance of our meetings. Florence had a gentle way of bringing us back to the agenda to stay on topic. She graciously took over the role of chairperson in April 2022.
Her energy, creativity and passion will be greatly missed by all.
West Zone Soccer has some new things in the works! Same great sport, same great people! Stay tuned for the information.
To see what they are all about you can visit them online at reginaindoorsoccer.ca
Twin Lakes has well-developed parks in Rochdale, Maple Ridge and Lakewood subdivisions. It includes four elementary schools, the Northwest Leisure Centre, local shopping and services that are provided on Rochdale Boulevard and the nearby Sherwood shopping Centre.
You can check them out on facebook for upcoming events.
All you need to participate is a 2023-2024 DWCA membership, available at the event. For just $10, your membership will provide you and your family with free participation in family events like this one, our summer Kids' Bike Parade and our Fall Barbecue, as well as access to all the activities offered at the city-wide Registration Nights.
This event is weather-dependent - check our Facebook page for updates.
RMRCA- Currently has Calendars for sale $15/Calendar for the 2024 Calendar year. All photos are beautiful settings of the RMRCA area taken by members in the community. All funds raised help fund programs, initiatives, donations to schools in the area and volunteer scholarship's. Checkout the website for more info.
In partnership with NO FRILLS, RMRCA and NO FRILLS will be giving away 20 Christmas Hampers to selected families in need. You must apply online by December 9th.
For More Information head to their website.
Get your skates out and make sure they fit! Reminder that our shack opens on the basis of volunteers. If you're interested in volunteering let us know!
Our hills are lit up all winter. Please clean up after yourself and sled safe! Stay tuned for a possible winter fun day!
You can follow along on Facebook: (1) Facebook
Are you looking to volunteer in your area?
CHILDREN'S PROGRAM COORDINATOR
THE CHILDREN'S PROGRAM COORDINATOR POSITION IS CURRENTLY OPEN.
THIS POSITION WOULD BE ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE TO SOMEONE WITH CHILDREN.
YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO PICK A PROGRAM(S) OF YOUR CHOOSING, SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, AND YOUR CHILD WOULD BE GUARANTEED TO GET INTO THE PROGRAM.
THERE IS SUCH A WIDE VARIETY OF PROGRAMS THAT YOU COULD CHOOSE TO COORDINATE.
THE CHOICES ARE UNLIMITED. TO SEE WHAT'S OFFERED BY OTHER REGINA AREAS CLICK HERE
THIS GIVES AN IDEA OF WHAT YOU MIGHT WANT TO DO BUT THE POSSIBILITIES ARE UNLIMITED.
FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL WALRGR.CHAIR@GMAIL.COM
Looking to cozy up with a book with a book this winter?
NRG has many Little Free Libraries!
Two that are privately owned.
Three were built for the community by NRGI and, with approval from the City of Regina, installed in the three parks within our boundaries.
Four libraries offer FREE books for children, youth, teens & adults & the Milne St. library offers FREE puzzles for all ages.
Winter is coming!
Many of our communities offer the Snow angels Program.
What is the Snow Angels program?
The City of Regina Snow Angels Community Grant funds volunteer-driven residential snow removal programs across several communities. The programs funded through this grant target households where one or more members experience barrier to shoveling snow from their property and who would not otherwise be able to access snow removal services.
How does someone apply for shoveling assistance?
Homeowners who require assistance with shoveling submit a request to their respective community associations. The Snow Angels facilitator for that association screens the applicant to ensure they meet the criteria that is outlined by the City of Regina. Applications are open for the duration of the program, and the number of accepted applicants can fluctuate throughout the season based on circumstances or need.
What do Snow Angels actually do?
Snow Angels are volunteers who agree to commit to assisting community residents with the removal of their snow throughout the winter months. This may include shoveling their city sidewalks, walkways, doorsteps, and driveways. The expectation is that a Snow Angel completes their assignments within 48 hours of a snow event (this could include a light snow fall, blizzard, or freezing rain). Shoveling does not have to be during a specific time during the day – whatever time works best for our volunteers!
As a volunteer, how do I know which houses need shoveling?
Once you have signed on as a Snow Angel, our facilitator will pair you with community residents that require assistance. Typically, your assigned house/houses will remain the same throughout the season. The facilitator does their best to logistically match you with homes that are closest to your own residence.
I want to apply to be a volunteer Snow Angel shoveler. How do I do
Snow Angels are always looking for volunteers within their communities! Reach out to the program facilitator (each participating community association has their own), and they will forward you an application form, along with some other valuable information.
Prairieview Snow Angel Facilitator
Come Skate Outdoors!
Grab your skates and head to the outdoor ice rink at Elsie Mironuck School!
The outdoor ice season is weather dependent. Outdoor skating rinks typically operate from mid-December to mid-February. Join the RPCA BoardWant to play a part in growing the Regent Park Community? Consider joining the Board of Directors!
Dec 1-31- Twinkle Tour- Contest For Best Display. Residents are encouraged to Submit nominations.
Dec.8th- Christmas Come & Go Party at Muchmor Lodge for McNab Residents 6:30pm-8:30pm
Ice Skating Shack Hours- Mon-Fri 4:00pm-7:00pm & Sat- Sun 1:00pm-5:30pm. The shack will be open at this time and have supervision for public skating!
Power Skating is well underway with the RNWSA.
If you have a child who is interested in the program for next fall have a look at the website and contact them with any questions.
Registration for TBall and Ball will begin in March.
RNWSA Wishes Everyone a Safe and Fun Winter/Spring Season.
Did you know you can register for Taekwon-Do at ANY time?
The FIRST 3 CLASSES ARE EVEN FREE!!!
Winter Registration Info REGISTRATION FOR WINTER SESSION BEGINS
JANUARY 8TH AT HENRY JANZEN SCHOOL Returning Students $200
New Athletes: $350
Includes: Dobok, student manual, and STFI registration fee !
The West Zone Board is an organization consisting of a volunteer executive comprised of: elected Officers, Coordinators, as well as, representations from each of the 10 Community Associations and 7 Affiliated groups. The Zone Board is the liaison between the City and the groups under its umbrella. As a program partner with the City of Regina, the Zone Board receives partial funding to assist with programs and services.
Meetings are a means of sharing information and ideas, and are held the last Monday of the month from August to May at the Northwest Leisure Centre at 7:00 PM and are open to the public. Currently we are meeting in person and by Teams online. The Annual General Meeting is held in January. For dates and times of the meetings, contact the West Zone Board Office.
To enhance the quality of life of the residents of the West Zone through recreation and community service development. As a City of Regina Program Partner, the West Zone Board receives funding from the City of Regina to assist with achieving our goals.
1127 Arnason Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4X 3V4, Canada
As we transition with new administration, please email email@example.com to book an appointment or if you have any questions.