News & Notices

Culture Days Event

September 20, 2019

The Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre Regina Beach Public Library Branch, Southeast Regional Library and Regina Beach Parks & Rec are hosting a weekend of Free interactive events for everyone! Culture Days is a national initiative, now in its 10th year. You can find out more at this event or by visiting…

Included in this event are the following:

  • South Shore Historical Photo Project & Historical Photo Archive for the Regina Beach Library
    Regina Beach has a rich history of being a place of rest & recreation for over 100 years. Much of this histoy has been captured in photographs; the train that would bring visitors our for the weekend, the dance hals of the 20’s & 30’s, the very tall old diving platforms, the first cottages & buildings, including teepees & tents.  These photos can be found in private homes, restaurants & businesses & at the Memorial Hall, but there is not one complete collection, nor does it exist in a public place.  Regina Beach Parks & Recreation and the Regina Beach Library aim to collect copies of these images to have them permanently displayed in the library.  We will be asking for people’s private historical photos as well. In addition, volunteers will be on hand to scan photos during the Culture Days weekend, as we anticipate people seeing the photos hanging in the gallery and wanting to add their own. Volunteers will be on-hand to scan your images from 11:00am-1:00pm on Saturday, September 28th.  You can also submit digital copies of photographs for printing to the library by emailing [email protected]  Please include important details of the photograph’s location, date and who is in them. A reception for the show will be held on Sunday, September 29th in the Elsie Scherle Gallery from 1:00-3:00pm. The photos will remain on display for the month of October, and South Shore School wil lbe invited to come visit the show.  This will then become a permanent display in the library.
  • Author Reading with Zelda Luchinski
  • Author Reading & Sing Along with Marny Duncan-Cary
  • Workshop with Ashley Johnson:  Experiential Anatomy of the Hear
  • Friday, September 27th 3:30-7:30 Tracey George Heese – Traditional Beading Workshop (all ages)
  • Live at the Scherle Concert: Kitchen Rangers (all ages)
  • Saturday, September 28th 11:00am-1:00pm Gallery Open
  • Saturday, September 28th 1:00-4:00pm Collage workshop with Gerri Ann Siwek (all ages)
  • Sunday, September 29th 12:30-4:30pm Gallery Open
  • Sunday, September 29th 1:00-3:00pm Museum Open *tentative*

Seasonal Water Turn Offs

September 18, 2019

As per the Town of Regina Beach Bylaw, the deadline for seasonal line turn off requests is the end of business day Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019.  Please email your requests to [email protected], or call (306) 792-2202.  Thank you.

Council’s Corner September 2019

September 18, 2019

Council’s Corner September 2019

2019 has been a busy summer.  As we move into fall, here is a short update.

Sask Parks          

Town of Regina Beach meets with Sask Parks representatives three to four times annually to discuss issues, challenges and possible partnered projects.  Topics include lake water level, beach and park maintenance status, shoreline survey, shoreline leases, path maintenance and repair, shoreline cleanup, dock installation/removal/repair and a host of others.  The accessible sidewalk upgrade at the bottom of Centre St. is an example of a joint project.

Fire Status Signs              

Five Fire Danger Level status signs have been constructed and installed by members of the Regina Beach Fire Department.  They are located at Regina Beach intersections of Hwy 54 and 16th St. (Fire Hall corner), Hwy 54 and Centre St. (NW corner) and at the entrances to Buena Vista, Kinookimaw and Lumsden Beach. RBFD will adjust the signs to indicate the current danger level.  Special thanks to Lincoln Dobson, Jeff Langford and Josh Senger for the use of their equipment and expertise.

Traffic Calming                

Public Works has acquired a traffic counter which has been and will continue to be deployed at different locations throughout the town.  The data is being gathered and evaluated to provide justification for implementation of traffic calming structures.  A summary of this information should be available for presentation at the next Owners and Tenants meeting.

Mobile Vendors              

Council and staff continue the effort to compose legislation with respect to the deployment of mobile vendors on private commercial zoned property as well as a permit application process for these units. This legislation will be in place for the 2020 season.

Stingers Atomic Volleyball

September 16, 2019

South Shore Stingers ATOMIC Smashball Volleyball for ages 8-12.
Atomic Volleyball is a program sanctioned by Volleyball Canada, designed to introduce 8-12 year olds to the sport of volleyball in a fun, weekly program. The South Shore Stingers Volleyball Club has had success with the Atomic program, offering sessions each year to provide our youth with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of volleyball.
Interested in registering? Click here for the 2019 SSS Atomic Info Registration.
Each participate must have a Parks & Rec 2019/2020 Rec Membership; $10/individual or $25/Family.  Memberships can be purchased online by going to any Parks & Rec page on the website and clicking on the red Online Registration button or by clicking here
(Please note that if you are purchasing online for the first time, you must create your account first.  When purchasing a Family Rec Membership, you will have to add each person individually and once in the cart, the family discount will be applied.)