Happy New Year Regina - January Community Events to Kick off 2019

Posted by Joyce Tourney on Monday, December 31st, 2018 at 10:22am.

Concerts and Performances In Regina

(January 4 - 5) Rogers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella.  This Tony Award winning Broadway musical is delighting audiences with its contemporary take on a classic tale.  This lush production features and incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations, and all the moments you love.  Show starts at 7pm on the 4th and 1pm and 7pm on the 5th.  (Conexus Arts Centre)

(January 7 - 29) Classic Movie Monday.  Enjoy a different screening of a classic movie each Monday.  Movies include: A Star is Born, Casino, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and the Graduate.  Admission is free.  (Casino Regina Show Lounge)

(January 8) Behind Enemy Lines: The True Story of a French Jewish Spy in Nazi Germany.  This remarkable story is the tale of an ordinary human being who, under extraordinary circumstances, became the hero her country needed her to be.  7pm - 10pm.  (Conexus Arts Centre).

(January 11) Legends of Motown.  This is a 16 piece cast of singer and musicians preforming live look-a-like/sound-a-like tributes to The Supremes, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Jackson 5, and much more.  Starts at 7:30pm.  (Conexus Arts Centre)

(January 13) It’s Time to Celebrate. Chaban Ukranian Dance School Annual Malanka presented by the Chaban Ukranian Dance Association.  Banquet, entertainment, silent auction, and dance. Cocktails start at 5pm.  Tickets are $25-$50. (Conexus Art Centre).

(January 13) The Iron Maidens.  Formed in 2001 The Iron Maidens have quickly established themselves as one of Southern California’s most popular tribute acts.  They cover Iron Maiden material from all eras of the band’s career, encompassing the band’s hits as well as fan favorites.  Tickets are $35 plus 5% tax.  Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina)

(January 17 - February 4) Around the World in 80 Days.  Directed by Ruth Smillie,  and based off of Jules Verne’s famous novel, Around the World in 80 Days takes you on a high speed, mad-cap, transcontinental, race against the clock. Danger, romance, and comic surprises abound in this whirlwind adventure.  Tickets are $30.45-$60.90. Show times are 2pm, 7:30pm, and 8pm. (Globe Theatre)

(January 20) Masterworks: Brahms Symphony No. 2.  Presented by the Regina Symphony Orchestra.  Samuel Barber and Johannes Brahms, two of the greatest craftsman of melody ever are brought together for one night of music that will stimulate the full range of human emotion.  Tickets are $47.25-$105.  Show starts at 8pm. (Conexus Arts Centre)

(January 24) Brett Kissel.  The CCMA Awards’ reigning Male Artist of the year is on his three month Canadian Tour with country newcomer Dan Davidson.  Tickets are $37.50-$57.50.  (Conexus Arts Centre).

(January 27-28)  Mozart Quartet.  Canadian Composer Michael Oesterle’s “Sunspot Letters” provides thought provoking contrast to Mozart’s perfect miniature, the “Oboe Quartet”.  Tickets are $33.17.  Shows starts at 8pm on the 27th and 2pm on the 28th.  Government House

(January 28) The Ultimate Tribute to Conway Twitty: Tre Twitty.  Tre Twitty featuring Tayla Lynn.  Following in his grandfather’s footsteps and a true legend in the making, Tre Twitty will be honouring his grandfather, Conway Twitty, in a heartfelt tribute that brought tears to the eyes of many.  Pre-show dinner starts at 5:30pm.  Tickets are $32 for the dinner and $47.50 for the show.  (Conexus Arts Centre)

(January 30 - February 10).  Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story.   Featuring a generous helping of Buddy’s greatest hits.  This is a fast paced and enormously entertaining journey through one of the most unlikely and incredible success stories in the history of popular music.  Show starts at 8pm.  Tickets are $50 and up.  (Casino Regina)

Sports, Recreation, and Leisure Events in Regina

(January 1) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Prince Albert Raiders.  Game is at 4pm. (Brandt Centre). 

(January 6) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Seattle Thunderbirds.  Game is at 4pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 9) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Portland Winterhawks.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 12) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Medicine Hat Tigers.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 16) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Kootenay Ice.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 19) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Saskatoon Blades.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 25) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Brandon Wheat Kings.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

(January 29) Regina Pats.  Cheer on the Regina Pats as they take on the Calgary Hitmen.  Game is at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).

 Food + Drink Events in Regina

(January 16) 26th Annual CFA Society Saskatchewan Forecast Dinner. The bestselling author of The Wealthy Barber, and former “Dragon” on CBC TV’s Dragon’s Den, David Chilton is this year’s keynote speaker.  This event has become the premier investment event of the year.  Networking starts at 4:30pm.  Tickets are $140 for a single ticket or $1400 for a corporate table of 10.  (Conexus Arts Centre).

(January 25) Beer Bacon Bands 2019.  Beer, Bacon, and live music aficionados units to sample delicious cold brew, taste unique bacon creations, and listen to incredible live music with a thousand of their closest friends.  Starts at 7pm.  (Conexus Arts Centre).

Family Events in Regina

(January 6) Frozen in Time.  A show for the kids and the whole family to enjoy.  A show featuring a 3 character cast of the Snow Queen, Ice Princess, and their loveable friends.  Show times are 11am and 2pm.  (Conexus Arts Centre)

(January 11 - 13) Natural History Exhibition.  The Foundation for Animal Rescue and Education is combining forces with Little Ray’s Nature Centres to bring you this fun, educational, evening for all ages.  Educational event will feature over 30 live animal exhibits.  Open from 1pm - 8pm on the 11th, 10am-5pm on the 12th and 13th.  (Evraz Place)

(January 12, 19, 26) Regina Farmer’s Market.  Winter might be here buy the Farmer’s Market is continuing indoors.  Great local products including: baking, produce, crafts, and other great idea.  Doors open at 9am. (Core Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre)

(January 15) Moana.  Watch Moana on the big screen and enjoy snacks and beverages.  Admission is free.  Movie starts at 6:30pm.   (Campion Auditorium)

(January 20) Robbie Burns Tartan Ceilidh.  Join the Sons of Scotland, Camp Balmoral #177 for the 119th Annual Robbie Burns Dinner and Evening f Scottish Entertainment.  Bagpipes, Haggis, Dancing, and more.  Tickets are $40 for non-members, $34 for SoS members, or $300 for Corporate Tables.  Cocktails start at 5:30pm.  (St. Martin’s Parish Hall).

(January 28)  PJ Masks Live! Save the Day.  The hit live musical production from Entertainment One (eOne) and Round room is back. The new show features pre-schoolers favourite pre-school superhero and familiar songs.  Show starts at 6pm.  (Conexus Arts Centre)

Public Skating

Doug Wickenheiser Arena

1127 Arnason Street North Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7073

Public Skating Hours*  (Starting January 2019 - to be announced)

Fees: Public skating admission prices are:

Family: $14.00 - Seniors (65+): $5.25 - Adult (25-64 yrs): $7.00 - Young Adult (19-24 yrs): $5.25 Youth (13-18 yrs): $4.50 - Children (2-12 yrs): $3.00 - Toddler (under 2 yrs): Free

  

Al Ritchie Arena

2230 Lindsay Street Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7381

Public Skating Hours* (October 3, 2018 to March 13, 2019)

Wednesday: 6 – 8 p.m.

Fees:  All public skates at the Al Ritchie arena are free.  

Clarence Mahon Arena

130 Brotherton Avenue Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7387

Public Skating Hours* (October 16, 2018 to March 12, 2019)

*No skates December 25 & January 1*

Tuesday: 6 – 8 p.m. (free)

Fees: Public skating on Tuesday is free

Jack Hamilton Arena

1010 McCarthy Boulevard Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7385

Public Skating Hours* (October 8, 2018 to March 18, 2019)

*No skates December 24 & 31*

Monday: 6 – 8 p.m.   

Fees:  Public skating admission prices are:

Family: $14.00 - Seniors (65+): $5.25 - Adult (25-64 yrs): $7.00 - Young Adult (19-24 yrs): $5.25 Youth (13-18 yrs): $4.50 - Children (2-12 yrs): $3.00 - Toddler (under 2 yrs): Free

Jack Staples Arena

444 Broad Street North Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7384

Public Skating Hours*  (October 5, 2018 to March 15, 2019)

Friday: 6 - 8 p.m.

Fees:  Public skating on Friday is free.

Murray Balfour Arena

68 Massey Road Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7386

Public Skating Hours* (October 6, 2018 to March 16, 2019)

Saturday: 6 - 8 p.m. 

Fees: Public skating admission prices are: 

Family: $14.00 - Seniors (65+): $5.25 - Adult (25-64 yrs): $7.00 - Young Adult (19-24 yrs): $5.25 Youth (13-18 yrs): $4.50 - Children (2-12 yrs): $3.00 - Toddler (under 2 yrs): Free 

Optimist Arena

222 Sunset Drive  Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7809

Public Skating Hours* (October 21, 2018 to March 3, 2019)

Sunday: Beginner Skate 12 - 1 p.m.

Sunday: Public Skate 1 - 3 p.m.

Fees:  Public skating admission prices are:

Family: $14.00 - Seniors (65+): $5.25 - Adult (25-64 yrs): $7.00 - Young Adult (19-24 yrs): $5.25 Youth (13-18 yrs): $4.50 - Children (2-12 yrs): $3.00 - Toddler (under 2 yrs): Free

Wheat City Kinsmen Arena

560 Elphinstone Street  Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7382

Public Skating Hours* (October 28 to December 30, 2018)

Sunday: 6 - 8 p.m.

Public Skating Hours* (October 27, 2018 to March 9, 2019)

Saturday: 12 - 2 p.m.

Fees:  Public skating admission prices are:

Family: $14.00 - Seniors (65+): $5.25 - Adult (25-64 yrs): $7.00 - Young Adult (19-24 yrs): $5.25 Youth (13-18 yrs): $4.50 - Children (2-12 yrs): $3.00 - Toddler (under 2 yrs): Free

 

 

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