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The LMLCC is a 5000 sq ft facility with two Professional Art Galleries (collectively known as the Elsie Scherle Gallery), studio-classroom spaces and private artist studios. The LMLCC is an artistic and cultural hub in the South Shore communities.

http://www.lmlcc.ca/
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Hours of Operation:
Thursdays 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Fridays 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturdays 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 


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Castles and Dreams is a non-profit preschool operated in Regina Beach, Saskatchewan. Castles and Dreams provides the little ones of our community a positive head start on their early school years. Preschool students attend South Shore School on non-kindergarten days.

Castles & Dreams 2022/23 Preschool registration opens May 10th through their online form accessed from their website.

For any further questions please email

 

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The Regina Beach Public Library Branch strives to provide the resources and experiences that foster a lifetime of imagination, discovery and learning.

The Regina Beach Public Library has 2 new public access computers and a new printer available for our patrons to utilize at the Branch! You can access online resources like the book catalogue or the internet as well as work on a document or spreadsheet.

Please check them out the next time you're stopping by the Library!

Monday:  CLOSED
Tuesday:  16:00 - 20:00
Wednesday:  10:00 - 14:00
Thursday:  16:00 - 20:00
Friday:  10:00 - 14:00
Saturday:  10:00 - 14:00
Sunday:  CLOSED

133 Donovel Cres.
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https://southeastlibrary.ca/branch/354

306-729-2062


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To give back to our communities the South Shore First Responders are planning the below education sessions.  They are offering these courses to educate and empower local eople on how to assist themselves and their neighbours with basic first aid needs. They believe everybody should know CPR for adults and children, as well as how to run an AED machine. There is no need to wait for emergency services to arrive when these are tasks anybody can do if given a little training. With only 5 First Responders at the present time it is impossible for these volunteers to cover every call. Sometimes we just need to help ourselves. So, they are offering an opportunity to people who live in the communities of Regina Beach, Buena Vista, Kinookimaw, Lumsden Beach and RM of Lumsden #189 to attend a couple training classes.  It is their hope that these classes may spark some interest in bringing forward more volunteers for the First Repsonders program. They cannot effectively care for this large community with only 5 volunteers. 
You do not have to be a health care professional to become a Medical First Responder. EMS offers training and guidance through every call. Shelly Brodziak is the Coordinator of the South Shore First Responder group and would be happy to discuss with you any questions you may have about becoming a Medical First Responder. We are in need of more volunteers for our communities, if interested please contact Shelley at 
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Leisure Time Club and the Primary Health Committee are jointly sponsoring the Mature Driving Refresher Course on October 12th at the hall. It is open to anyone so you are welcome to invite friends who may be interested in attending. Registration is required to attend.

This course is offered by the Saskatchewan Safety Council and it is strictly informational in a class environment. It is available to anyone over the age of 55 in Saskatchewan. This has no affect on your driver's license and there are no examinations involved. The course helps reinforce driving habits and helps you adapt your driving habits based on your physical changes in your body as it matures.

We offered this course a few years ago and it was well attended and there was a lot of good feedback about the quality of the course material.

This course is offered at no cost and lunch and refreshments will be provided. Starting time is 9 a.m. and finish time is approximately 3:30 p.m. There is a one hour break at lunch time.

Please contact Dianne Romphf to register at 306-729-3033 (home) or 306-520-2012 or by email at