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18 Things To Do With Your Girlfriend This Summer In Regina

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18 Things To Do With Your Girlfriend This Summer In Regina

We've officially entered the season where dating starts to get real fun again. Not that we aren't fans of Netflix & Chill marathons but truthfully, those get kind of boring after a while and summer doesn't do boring. It's time to switch your dating game up and show your girl how much fun it is to be with you. 

And if you're feeling stuck on how exactly you're going to crank up the fun meter in your relationship, don't you worry, I got you. From sunset gazing to music festivals, you're about to have the best summer yet with your ultimate partner in crime.

READ ALSO: 6 Food And Drink Festivals You Must Go To In Saskatchewan This Summer 

Here's a list of 18 things to do with your girlfriend this summer in Regina. Pssst, she's gonna love you for this. 

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Take her out for something sweet at Serendipity Catering

Ditch dinner and go for dessert instead. Surprising her with a sweet treat will be the icing on the cake for a great date.

via @earlsviceastTake her out for patio drinks on a sunny afternoon 

Sunshine and beers with your girl? It doesn't get much better than that.

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Take her for a hike out at the Wascana Trails 

Escape from city life for a day and take in the beautiful views at Wascana Trails together.

via @willowonwascanaTake her out for a fancy dinner at the Willow on Wascana 

Even better, plan a surprise reservation and take her for a sunset dinner overlooking Wascana Park.

via @meanwhileinsaskTake her on an adventure to catch a beautiful Saskatchewan sunset 

Plan a secret getaway on a hot summer day, pack your car with a blanket, and drive out to the open prairies to watch the sunset hand in hand.

via @herry.with.an.eTake her out kayaking on Wascana Lake 

Paddle party for two.

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Take her exploring around Cathedral Village to see Regina's colorful murals 

If you're in the mood to make a full day of it, check out the Cathedral Village Arts Festivals.

via @justinrevesTake her out to the 20Ten Eatery rooftop patio to see the Regina skyline

Do it for the views.

via @ashley_legaultTake her out for coffee and tour around the Crescents Neighborhood

Explore some of the most beautiful homes in Regina and talk about the things you love together.

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Take her around the world in a weekend at Mosaic 

Flights around the world might not be in your budget right now, so get her a passport to Mosaic and pretend that you're somewhere else.

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Take her to the Regina's Farmers' Market

Go for an afternoon stroll, pick up some local food, and cook her dinner after.

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Take her on a scavenger hunt to find Regina's hidden gems 

Get creative and take her on an adventure around the city by mapping out secret destinations along the way.

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Take her for a pool day at Wascana Park Pool

Have a lazy summer day with your favorite girl by your side.

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Take her to an art exhibit at the Mackenzie Art Gallery

Explore the world of art together and feed your minds with creativity.

via @reginafolkfestTake her to catch a live show at Regina Folk Festival 

The perfect summer date night for cuddling up on a blanket and listening to good music.

via @autumnbensettewellnessTake her to play board games at Boards N Beans Cafe 

Challenge her to the ultimate board game battle.

via @vova.slycheniukTake her to an outdoor movie night in Victoria Park 

Head there a little bit early and have a picnic dinner together before the show starts.

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Take her out to one of Regina's best brunch spots

Because breakfast dates are never a bad idea.

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