It's weird to think that tattooing used to be considered such a taboo thing. Nowadays, it seems like the majority of people have at least one. For anyone that does have one, you know it's just a matter of time before you're hooked and starting to plan the next five you want to get.
Whether you're in the mood to add a new piece or cover up that embarrassing tattoo you got when you were 18, then consider this your guide to where in Regina you can go to get a masterpiece tattoo that won't come along with a side of regret.
Here's a list of some of Regina's unreal tattoo artists, that you need to get inked by ASAP:
Registration for the following two weeks will open on January 4 and only 30 people are permitted during each time slot so space is limited.
Skate times are 45 minutes and you have to leave the ice when your time is up.
There are COVID-19 rules in place, like maintaining a distance of at least two metres from other groups at all times. Masks are strongly recommended but only required inside Harvard Lounge and when physical distancing can't be done.
If the temperature is -20 C or colder, not including windchill, the rink will be closed to the public.
Iceville will be open for skating from December 31 to February 28, weather permitting.