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7 Fun Things To Do In Regina This February

The anti-Valentine to do list.
7 Fun Things To Do In Regina This February

If you're the anti-Valentine's Day type, and you're looking for something to do this month that doesn't involve all that lovey dovey stuff, then consider this your go-to guide for non-love, relationships, couples, and PDA related things to do all month long.

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From comedy nights to pop up shops, there's a good mix of things happening in Regina if you're in the mood to switch up your weekend routine for something a little more exciting. Below, is a list of events to add to your calendar for the month of February.

via @schmoog1970

Movie Night At The Capitol // February 7, 14, 21, 28

Presented by Crushed Rockets every Tuesday at 8 pm, movie night at The Capitol is the new spot to catch your classic all-time favorite movies. Admission is free, tapas are half price, and wine is 25% off. Next movie: Breakfast at Tiffany's on February 7

via @thefatbadgerregina

Speakeasy Comedy At The Fat Badger // February 6

Hang out and have a few laughs with some local comedians as they tell a few jokes about the month of love that is February. Show starts at 8:30 pm.

via @brownsugartanninganddayspa

The Ultimate Women's Show at The Conexus // February 3-5

The title pretty much says it all. The Ultimate Women's Show is a jam packed weekend full of shopping, home decor, wellness and of course wine & spirits. Call your girlfriends up and shop til' you drop. Admission: $10

via @popshopyqr

Pop Shop + Art Expo at World of Trout // February 11

The trendy and popular Pop Shop + Art Expo is back and this month it's high school dance themed. There will be a 90's cover band, an art show, handcrafted beverages and local food vendors. Rock your best 90's gear and get ready to dance the night away. Admission: Free

via @yqr65

Winter Pride Skate Night At Victoria Park // February 21

Lace up your skates for a fun night of skating with Regina Pride. No skates? No problem. You will be able to rent a pair if you register before February 15! Admission is free, $2.00 hot dogs, and post-event hangs at Q nightclub.

via @billytalentband

Billy Talent at The Brandt Centre // February 22

Who remembers their angsty teenage days of rocking out to Try Honesty? The Punk Rock band is back in Regina in this month if you're in the mood for nostalgia and head banging. Tickets: $40-$60.

via @mac.bulych

Second Hand Social At Ohan's // February 25

Check out the Second Hand Social and browse through the best vintage finds including clothes, jewelry, records, and books. Feel free to hang out for a beer too. Admission: Free

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