Conversation with the City – October 23, 5:30 – 8 p.m.

On Tuesday, October 23, the City will host an opportunity for residents to meet City leadership.

From 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., senior members of City Administration will be at the City Hall Cafeteria to meet with residents and discuss City programs, services and priorities.

More information can be found online at:

Please note that entry will be through the front entrance to City Hall at 2476 Victoria Avenue. Free parking is available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the City parkade located behind City Hall.

Forever… in Motion – Seeking Volunteer Leader for Prairie View

We have received requests from residents of Prairie View for a Forever… in Motion program to be ran in the community.  To get started, however, there is a need for someone over the age of 50 to volunteer to take the leader position, which would involve attending a Leadership Training seminar over the course of 4 days (one day a week).  Attached below is the poster with more information.  If you are at all interested, please reach out to us at as well as contacting RQHR with the contact information found in the poster.

More information on Forever… in Motion can be found here:

Final Regina Household Hazardous Waste Day of 2018 on September 29th – 9 am to 4 pm

This Saturday is your last chance to benefit from Household Hazardous Waste Days this year! Drop off your propane tanks, fertilizers, aerosols, paint and more to the City’s Public Works Yard at 2400 6th Avenue between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

For your safety and the safety of our staff, chemicals must be properly packaged and labelled.

Send your waste to a better place and protect our environment for future generations.

For full details and a list of acceptable items, visit

Curbside Organic Waste Pilot Project Coming to Regina

City Council has approved moving forward with a pilot project prior to implementing
a year-round curbside organic (food and yard) waste collection and processing
service. Organic waste makes up about 50 per cent of residential waste and is a
resource that can be used to make valuable products like nutrient-rich compost and

More info can be found at the following link:

Prairie View Community Association Chairperson’s Report for 2017/18

My name is Daren Drummond and I am the Chairperson for the CA.  This past year has been very exciting for our association.

First, we successfully ran our first Fall Trade Show in November 2017.  We had over 45 vendors present and the show was attended by over 400 residents.  It saw us partner with McLurg School and Teddy Bear’s Anonymous, the latter we were able to raise $1300 for.  Our vendors, many of whom will be returning for the 2018 show (Saturday, November 17th 10am – 4pm at McLurg School) also gave us exceptional feedback.

Secondly, we have entered the discussion phase with the City of Regina regarding a new fitness park.  The Murphy Park Fitness Trail is being sponsored by one of our own residents and we are pursuing additional funding with the City of Regina.  If we are successful, we will be actively fundraising to see this exciting new addition to our community become a reality.  We will keep you posted via Facebook and our website.

We have gained a new Children’s and Adult Programmer, Megan Wiwcharuk has joined our CA and she has started to offer some new and exciting programs and instructors this fall!  We also have a new sign coordinator, Riley Nadoroznik.  He is also the community member who has offered to donate cash for the new Fitness Trail and he will be fundraising in the community as well.

We have also concluded our partnership with the McLurg School Playground Enhancement group.  McLurg School delivered our Fall newsletter as a fundraiser and we successfully partnered with them on some City of Regina grant applications.  We’ve also joined forces with St. Josaphat School and they will be assisting with our next newsletter delivery.

This year looks very exciting and I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead!

-Daren Drummond

PVCA Fall 2018 Program Guide

PVCA Fall 2018 Program Registration Night – Tuesday, September 11th 7-8pm

Save time on registration night by printing out your registration form (PVCA Registration Form) and completing it in advance!


Prairie View Community Programs – Fall 2018
All programs are run through McLurg School

Drop-in Fees Per Session Attended: $10

Adult Programs

Cross Train Fitness with Kyla
Mondays – Sept 17 to Dec 3 (excl. Oct 8 & Nov 12)– Time 6:30-7:30pm
Cost $40

This class includes the perfect combination of heart pumping cardio and strength training. By changing the equipment and format each week, it will increase the calorie burn and enable a total body workout. This class is for all fitness levels and will be modified to fit everyone’s needs. A great class for men too!

**NEW** Adult Rec Volleyball
Mondays – Sept 17 to Dec 3 (excl. Oct 8 & Nov 12)– Time 7:45-10:00pm
Cost $30

Come out and have some fun with a weekly game of pick-up volleyball!

Regina Shintani Wado Kai Karate      Instructor: Ryan McDonald
Tuesdays – Sept 18 to Dec 4
Juniors/ Family/Beginners 7:00-8:00pm
Adult/Advanced 8:00-9:00pm – All clases held in the main gym
3 months (12 weeks) of instruction, Cost $144/person or $260/family

Interested in having fun and learning self defense? Curious about martial arts?  Improve your self-confidence and get into better physical shape while learning Karate. No experience is necessary.  For more information on this class contact Ryan at 306-530-6905

Body Sculpt Circuit with Lee
Wednesdays – Sept 19 to Nov 21 – Time 7:30 – 8:30pm
Cost $40
Using isolated movements, weights, and combinations of moves, this class will work on shaping and strengthening. Mats are not mandatory, but if you require one, please bring your own.

Zumba With Kerri
Thursdays – Sept 20 to Nov 22 – Time 6:15-7:15pm
Cost $45

Dance cardio at its finest. Zoom off those extra calories. Low impact fitness to great music. You won’t believe how fast the hour flies by.

**NEW** Hatha Yoga with Crystal
Thursdays – Sept 20 to Nov 22 – Time 8:00-9:00pm
Cost $50
A multi-level yoga class, focusing on alignment and breath. Some components of Vinyasa flow style yoga will be incorporated into class. Please bring your own mat.

**NEW** Speed and Agility with Riley
Fridays – Sept 21 to Nov 23 – Time 6:30-7:30pm
Cost $40

For ages 14+, scheduling for Nov 16/23 may be pushed to Nov 30. This class will focus on speed and agility training for runners and athletes of all skill levels. Lead by an experienced and certified Speed and Agility coach, participants will work on developing proper running form through speed training and agility drills, helping them become faster, healthier athletes.

Abs, Arms, and Butt Toning Class      Instructor: Lee
Sundays – Sept 17 – Dec 2 (excl. Oct 7 & Nov 11) – Time 7:30 – 8:30pm
Cost $40

Using various weights and your enthusiasm, we will strengthen and tone your abs, arms, and butt. Mats are not mandatory, but if you require one, please bring it.

Children, Teen, and Family Programs

**NEW** Mother/Daughter Workout with Kyla
Mondays – Sept 17 to Dec 3 (excl. Oct 8 & Nov 12)– Time 5:30-6:30pm
Cost $50/family

For children 5 years or older. This class is a perfect way for mothers and their daughters to have fun and get fit all at once. Not only does this build strength and confidence, but it helps to build relationships based on the premise of healthy habits.

Regina Shintani Wado Kai Karate       Instructor: Ryan McDonald
Tuesdays – All Classes start September 19th
Just for Kicks – Kids class (Age 4-6), Cost $75, Time 6:30-7:00pm
See earlier for Juniors/Family/Beginners and Adult/Advanced class info
3 months (12 weeks) of instruction, Cost $144/person or $260/family

Interested in having fun and learning self defense? Curious about martial arts? Improve your self-confidence and get into better physical shape while learning Karate. No experience is necessary.  For more information on this class contact Ryan at 306-530-6905.

**NEW** Gym Class for Kids with Riley
Wednesdays – Sept 19 – Nov 21 – Time 6:00-7:00pm
Cost $40

For children aged 5 to 9 years old. This class is intended to get kids an extra hour of gym time each week.  We will play different games; run, sweat, and have fun!

**NEW** Yoga with Crystal – Parent and Child
Sundays – Sept 16 – Dec 2 (excl. Oct 7 and Nov 11) – Time 3:15-4:00pm
Cost $50/family
For ages 3+. Spend time as a family finding a mind-body balance in a fun and interactive yoga class. This class is open to caregivers and their children. Due to the range in ages, expect this class to be filled with movement and fun! Please bring your own mats.

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