Community Events in Regina This Fall 2018

Posted by Joyce Tourney on Friday, September 14th, 2018 at 5:17pm.

Events in Regina Fall 2018

Events in Regina this fall 2018 are going to keep you busy! Not only are there concerts, community events, family-friendly events, and food and drink events, but also an endless array of things to do, inside and out!

Family Events in Regina


(Sept 8 - October 14) Happy Hollow Corn Maze. Saskatchewan's premier corn maze is back for another year! This family farm offers over 15 attractions to help you fall into the spirit of the season! Open weekends 10 am - 6 pm. (Lumsden)

(September 16) Terry Fox Run. This iconic Canadian fundraising event has raised millions of dollars towards cancer research, and its annual run is one of Regina's biggest community-wide events! Registration opens at 8:30 am for either the 5km or 10km runs. (TC Douglas Building)

(Weds and Sats until October 6) Regina Farmers' Market. Check this out quickly before the outdoor market moves indoors. Gather the bounty of the fall harvest and visit local artisans! Open 9am - 1pm. (City Square Plaza)

(October 19) The Thank You Canada Tour. As a thank-you to their country, Canadian skating greats perform your favorites. See world champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Olympic gold medalists Patrick Chan, Kaetlyn Osmond, and Elvis Stojko, and more! The show starts at 7pm, and tickets start at just $51. (Brandt Centre)

(October 23) The Wiggles: Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle Tour. The world-famous Wiggles are coming to Regina! Grab your fan-tastic preschooler and get ready to wiggle, wiggle, wiggle! Shows at 3:30pm and 6:30pm, tickets $73+. (Conexus Arts Centre)

(Oct 27) Halloween Haunted Fort. Known as one of the best Hallowe'en events in Regina, this haunted house is sure to make you scream. Recommended for ages 13 years or older. (Fort Battleford National Historic Site)

(Nov 16) The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition. Canada's Ballet JÓ§rgen brings this Christmas tradition to Regina and adds a Canadian twist. It follows the story of Klara, an orphaned immigrant to Canada and her magical Christmas Eve journey. Time: 7:30pm, tickets: $32.50+. (Conexus Arts Centre)

(Nov 21) Swan Lake. The world-renowned Moscow Ballet will be performing Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake for just one evening! Fall in love with this timeless award-winning show. Over 40 star-studded dancers take the stage in a performance of a lifetime. Time: 7pm, tickets: $40+. (Conexus Centre)

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(Oct 13) International Whisky Night of Regina. Come and meet whisky distillers, distributors, and other whisky experts who will help to feature hundreds of whiskies from around the world. VIPs get a Master Class and a special edition glass! Time: 7-10pm, tickets: $125+. (Conexus Arts Centre)

(Ends Oct 13) Supper in the Orchard. A unique Saskatchewan experience, this food and drink event series highlights a different local chef every weekend. Each meal features a multi-course supper using ingredients from local farms paired with local wine. Time: 6:30-9pm, tickets: $65. (Lumsden)

(Oct 19-21) Oktoberfest. Come and celebrate Germany's harvest festival! Starting with a kickoff dinner on Friday, enjoy amazing food, incredible beer, and entertainment that will bring the joy of the harvest to your German (pseudo-)soul! (Regina German Club)

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(Fall 2018) Regina Folk Festival Concert Series. Continuing on from their Summer festival, this incredible concert series will features quintessential folk artists from around the world. With artists like Jill Barber, Reuben in the Dark, and many, many more, enjoy the best of the genre steps from your door! For a full lineup visit the official website. (Various Venues)

(Sept 17) The Proclaimers. This famous Scottish folk/rock duo will rock Regina for one night! Featuring songs like "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)", "I'm On My Way", and "Sunshine on Leith", and featuring songs from their newest album The Angry Cyclist, it will be a night of musical entertainment fans will never forget. (Casino Regina)

(Sept 21) April Wine. This 11-time Juno nominee Nova Scotian band of brothers formed in 1969 and have released more than 20 albums since. With classics like "Sign of a Gypsey Queen", "Like a Lover Like a Song", and "Just Between You and Me", this will be a concert Regina fans will not want to miss! (Casino Regina)

(Sept 29) An Evening With Carol Burnett. An evening with laughter and reflection, this Just For Laughs and Northwest Comedy tour presents the comedy-icon, actress, and best-selling author, Carol Burnett. Carol will take questions from the audience in a format that is reminiscent of The Carol Burnett Show. This is an unfiltered opportunity for fans to connect with Carol in a way that they never have before! (Conexus Arts Centre)

(Oct 11) Crash Test Dummies. These Canadian-International superstars surprise fans when they announced they would start touring again. Celebrating this full-band reunion, CTD are known for their smash hits "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm", "The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead", and "Keep A Lid On Things". (Casino Regina)

(Oct 14) Few and Fewer - Cecilian Chamber Series. As described by The Globe and Mail, violinist Mark Fewer and trumpeter Guy Few are hailed as "buoyant", and paired with pianist Stephanie Mara, they create a sundry of music that incorporates gypsy folk, pure classical, and mesmerizing jazz. A performance music lovers must not miss! (Knox-Metropolitan United Church)

(October 19) Murray McLauchlan. Singer, songwriter, radio show host, and 11-time Juno Award Winner Murray McLauchlan bewitches audiences with his incredible music. Don't miss seeing one of Canada's most highly regarded singer-songwriters live as he shares songs like "Famer's Song, Down by the Henry Moore, and Whispering Rain. (Riddell Centre)

(October 23 - 26) The Rocky Horror Show 2018. When their car stops in the rain, newly married couple Brad and Janet find themselves wrapped into a weird and wonderful brouhaha hosted by transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furter. Produced by Regina's own Sterling Productions, "so, come up to the lab and see what's on the slab!" (Conexus Arts Centre)

(Oct 31)Stone Temple Pilots featuring Seether. Featuring new front man, Jeff Gutt, the Stone Temple Pilots have had a tumultuous few years. Back in the saddle, this band is sure to rock the stage, delighting fans, celebrating their 26th year with blockbuster hits like "Plush", "Creep", and "Vasoline". (Evraz Place)

Art + Crafts


(Sept 22) Art From the Attic. Back for it's 6th year in a row, Grandmothers-4-Grandmothers "Art from the Attic" is a title fundraiser that features that long forgotten and sometimes unloved art that has been hiding in storage. Come and find that incredible piece that has been missing from your own home collection - who knows what you will find! (Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre)

(Sept 29) Nuit Blanche Regina. Showcasing art by amazing Saskatchewan artists and performers, Nuit Blanche turns downtown Regina into an effervescent and glowing spectacle at night! (Victoria Park, City Square Plaza, FW Hill Mall)

(Oct 5) Cream of the Crop Craft and Trade Show. Come out and see charming designs from local artisans and small businesses at this popular craft show. Just in time to get started on your holiday shopping! Enjoy their concession while you shop, win door prizes, and children under 12 are free! (Conexus Arts Centre)

(October 27-28) TLC Art & Craft Fair Christmas Edition. Over 60 vendors showcase their handmade crafts and ideas for home decor, clothing, baby items, food, and awesome gift ideas. Find that perfect one-of-a-kind Christmas gift for everyone on your list! (The Turvey Convention Center and Lounge)

(November 9-11) Our Best to You Art and Craft Sale. This Regina landmark holiday shopping event gathers the finest Canadian handmade products available. Celebrating it's 26th year, this event is not one you will want to miss. General admission is on $7 and children under 17 are free! (Evraz Place)

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