Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be anymore date ideas to cover, here I go and create something that's best described as a seasonal dating chart for your 2017 year. Guys, I will no longer allow this "everything is lame" attitude to carry on, especially when it comes to the dating scene.
Except maybe when it comes to actually finding that significant other to do these suggested date ideas with. I'm working on it, I haven't quite figured out the ultimate matchmaking destination but I'll keep you in the dating loop. In the meantime, for those of you who are coupled up, here's all the more reason to love being in a relationship. And for those single folks out there, consider this your seasonal dating chart for finding a future date.
Here are 35 super fun things to do in Regina that will keep you in the honeymoon phase alllll year long:
Go skating in Victoria Park
Check out the Winterruption winter music festival
Get your game face on and go cheer on the Regina Pats
Go to Birmingham's just for the make-your-own S'more dessert
Embrace your inner kid, grab a crazy carpet, and head to one of Regina's Toboggan Hills
Take a day trip out to Mission Ridge and go skiing or snowboarding
Indulge in Regina's ultimate comfort food and try to tackle this poutine list
Plan a weekend getaway at the Temple Gardens Spa
Indulge in local cuisine at Taste of Cathedral
Get dressed to the nines and head to a runway show at Sask Fashion Week
Explore the world of wine & spirits at Taste of Spring
Laugh your asses off with Jeff Dunham at The Brandt Centre
Get outside, enjoy the fresh air, and walk around Wascana Park
Explore Regina's local art scene at The Cathedral Arts Festival
Plan a couples pub crawl on a budget with this cheap drink guide
Make a date night mission to tackle all of these bucket list restaurants by the end of the fall
Rock out with Guns N' Roses at the new Mosaic Stadium
Make a day trip out to Regina Beach and go to Bluebird Cafe for Fish & Chips and then check out the Farmers Market
Go kayaking or canoeing on the lake with Wascana Rentals
Have a romantic dinner overlooking Wascana Lake at The Willow
Immerse yourselves in a day of local art at BAZAART
Enjoy an evening of music with Regina Symphony Orchestra's annual Symphony Under The Stars
Make it your personal mission to try as many milkshake flavors as possible at The Milky Way
Venture out for a hike at The Wascana Trails
Plan a camping trip to one of Saskatchewan's National Parks
Explore a world of culture at Mosaic
Try one of these sober date ideas if you're all boozed out from the summer
Go to a Riders game at the new Mosaic Stadium
Get in the spirit of Halloween and check out Regina's most haunted places
Get down and dirty at Mud, Sweat & Tears
Take a bike ride to one of Regina's best coffee shops
Plan your own Octoberfest with this epic brewery map
Have a board game marathon at Boards N Beans
Snuggle up in the TAE Library and read a good book together
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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.