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Neighbors: A Community Quilting Project

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The  Dunlop Central Gallery is hosting community stitching sessions where newcomers can learn about Indigenous peoples of Canada (T/R Call to Action #93). POSTER AVAILABLE HERE.   Create a work of art to take home or contribute to a Regina community quilt.The  Community Quilting Project ...


RODS Annual Flu Clinic - October 22nd

RODS Annual Flu Clinic - October 22nd

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Get your flu vaccine for FREE on Tuesday, October 22nd!  Where: First Baptist Church  Address: 2241 Victoria Avenue, Regina  When: 9am-11:30am & 1pm-3:30pm  Details: - for Permanent Residents only  - wear a short sleeve shirt  - bring your Sask Health Card *interpreters will...


Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 6-12

Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 6-12

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Fire Prevention Week is a time to be reminded of how important it is to practice fire safety at home, work and in the community  Making sure you and your children know how to prevent fires and how to escape from them, can SAVE LIVES!! As part of Fire Prevention Week, Regina Fire and...


Health Fair for Newcomers - Oct. 9th

Health Fair for Newcomers - Oct. 9th

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Regina Open Door Society's annual Newcomer Community Health Fair presents an opportunity for newcomers to visit booths and learn about health related programs and services that exist in Regina. When: Wednesday, October 9th, 2019.Time: 9:00am - 2:30pm (closed for a break...


Newcomer News - Issue #9

Newcomer News - Issue #9

While the Spring/Summer edition of the Newcomer News  was emailed to our subscription lists in July, we are a little late sharing the newsletter on our blog. Some of the highlighted programs have finished at the end of Summer. But, there are several topics and programs that would still be...


Discuss Major Issues for Older Adults, with Electoral Candidates

Discuss Major Issues for Older Adults, with Electoral Candidates

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This is an opportunity to voice your opinions and concerns about issues effecting Older Adults (seniors) in Canada.  Candidates for the upcoming Federal election will be there to listen to your concerns and to talk about how they intend to address them, if they win the election.  When:...


Opportunity to Discuss Food Issues with Electoral Candidates - Thursday, September 19th

Opportunity to Discuss Food Issues with Electoral Candidates - Thursday, September 19th

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As we look ahead to the Federal election,  Food Regina invites you to an opportunity to discuss food issues that matter the most to you and your family. Candidates for the upcoming Federal election will be present to hear about your concerns and will talk about their intentions with respect...


Free Art Therapy Sessions offered in Arabic

Free Art Therapy Sessions offered in Arabic

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The Regina Public Library is pleased to present Behind the Art: Art Therapy in Arabic. Arabic speaking newcomers are welcome to attend this series of art classes that encourages: - honest self-expression, - the exploration of difficult emotions, - the discovery of the subconscious and...


Dunlop Art Gallery Tours Available in Tagalog

Dunlop Art Gallery Tours Available in Tagalog

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Is Tagalog your mother tongue? Do you want to learn more about art? You are invited to attend the Dunlop Art Gallery for the following tours offered by a Tagalog speaking tour guide:  Saturday, October 5th Time: 2:30pm Art Exhibit: Flags of Unsung Countries, by artist Liz...


"Embracing Diversity" - Program Coming to Regina Schools

"Embracing Diversity" - Program Coming to Regina Schools

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More than 60 schools, from both Public and Catholic divisions, will be inviting cultural outreach workers into their classrooms as part of a new program from Regina Multicultural Council. The program, called Embracing Diversity,  aims to bring personal voices into the classroom to share stories...