How to Register for Fall 2020 PVCA Classes via the Shop Page

The registration process for the PVCA’s Fall 2020 Programs will take place exclusively online at  Phone numbers and email addresses are required.  Because all of the programs are taking place virtually, having a correct email address on file is essential for your instructor to be able to send your invitations to sessions.

  1.  If this is your first order for Fall 2020 please remember to add a membership to your cart if you do not already have a valid 2020/2021 Community Association membership.  We accept memberships from all other CAs in the city.  If you already have a PVCA or other CA’s membership, please provide the number in the Order Notes section (more on this later).
  2. Add the classes and the quantity of registrations needed for each class to your cart, then when you are ready select Proceed to Checkout.
  3. Another important note regarding Karate classes, please be sure to select the product that correct for your situation (i.e.:  selecting a Family membership if you have two or more people signing up).  Use the Order Notes section to provide the names and contact information for each individual as applicable.
  4. When checking out, provide us with the necessary contact information for participants if it is NOT captured in the required billing details, an example is shown:

5.  If purchasing a Membership, you will be required to provide your Family name to complete the order.

Press Release from the Regina Public Library – Re-opening Planned for July 13

The following press release is from the Regina Public Library:

‘Regina Public Library (RPL) will not open its doors next week, despite receiving notice from the Province of Saskatchewan that Phase 4.2 of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan will begin on Monday, June 29.

“Our community has been waiting for this, and we’re thrilled to know that we’ll be welcoming customers back to our spaces very soon, but we need a bit more time to prepare for a safe re-opening,” said Kevin Saunderson, Senior Manager, Corporate Services.

The library is working to re-open all RPL locations, including its downtown Central Library, by July 13.

In the meantime, RPL is reviewing safety and social distancing protocols outlined in the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan’s workplace guidelines for libraries, museums and art galleries that were released on June 23, along with requirements from the Saskatchewan Health Authority and recommendations from the Canadian Urban Libraries Council, and will be making necessary changes to its facilities and operating procedures. These changes, along with process to recall laid off employees and prepare staff to work under new conditions, will take some time. 

“When we re-open, it will be a different library experience, adapted to support social distancing,” said Saunderson.

Hours will be reduced to match RPL’s current customer service hotline and curbside pickup hours, opening from 10:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Saturday, and from 1:00 to 5:00pm on Sundays.

The public can also expect to see limits on the number of people allowed in its spaces, movement toward one-way traffic within the library, and other changes to ensure the safety of both library staff and customers.

While re-opening plans are implemented, Regina Public Library will continue to offer customers access to curbside pickup and digital offerings, including eBooks and other content, learning opportunities, and program experiences, available online at’

PlayEscapes Begins July 13 – Pre-Registration Required

PlayEscapes, the City of Regina’s inclusive summer program for children and youth, will launch on July 13, 2020 as permitted under Phase Four of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan. While typically a drop-in program, to adapt to current public health guidelines, pre-registration will be required for this summer. Pre-registration starts Wednesday, June 24.

PlayEscapes offers leader-facilitated play opportunities for children entering Kindergarten through Grade 7 to help develop and foster life skills, creativity, imagination, positive self-image and promote a physically active lifestyle in a welcoming space.

The program will be held Monday through Friday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. starting July 13 until August 21. It will run at eight different locations throughout Regina. Lunches are also provided for PlayEscapes participants by REACH and Chili for Children.

To comply with public health guidelines and ensure safety for all participants, their families, and City staff, modifications have been made to the program, including:

-enhanced cleaning and sanitizing measures
-introduction of games and activities that incorporate social distancing protocols and minimize contact between participants and with staff;
-focus on outdoor activities with access to indoor facilities when needed
-maximum of 15 participants per site
-designated zones for drop-off and pick-up

For locations and to register for PlayEscapes online, visit or call 306-777-7529 (PLAY). For more information about the City’s drop-in programs for children and youth, visit

Regina Ball Athletic Fields and Ball Parks to Re-Open Beginning June 22, 2020

Work is underway by City of Regina crews to prepare athletic fields and ball parks to open in stages, beginning on Monday, June 22 under Phase Four, Part One of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan.

Community operated ball parks ready to be open on June 22 include: Broad and 9th Avenue North, Columbus Park, Kiwanis Park, Kiwanis Park North, Lions Park, Pacers Park, Optimist Park and Douglas Park. All other ball parks and athletic fields, including lawn bowling greens, will open for scheduled use on June 27.

The City is working cooperatively with community sports organizations to ensure guidelines are followed for the safety of athletes, coaches, managers and parents.

Regular booking procedures for athletic fields and ball diamonds are in place.

The City reminds all users of the outdoor recreation spaces to continue following the guidelines provided by public health officials, including the following:

  • Equipment should not be shared.
  • Individuals who are sick should stay home.
  • A physical distance of two metres should be maintained between people not from the same household or extended household.
  • Bring hand sanitizer and be sure to clean your hands before and after activity.

By taking these steps, we can all continue to do our part to keep ourselves and our neighbours healthy.

For the latest on the City recreational spaces that are open, as well as other COVID-19 updates and links to community resources, visit Please check back regularly for updates.