I’m pleased to share with you that my first feature with Kids Activities Blog has been posted! It’s a part of their 10 Things To Do With Kids In… series. For my first contribution I have shared some of our favourite things that we did with our children last year while back home in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada; the home of the RCMP.
On a daily basis I miss the prairie sunsets and the great amount of sunshine year-round! The flatness, and multiculturalism I have have always enjoyed. The compact size of this city means it doesn’t take long to get from one are to another.
This prairie city has really grown in the time I’ve been away, and even my husband can see the growth between visits. There is so much that can be done in Regina in any weather. Whether it’s +38C or -38C you will find both indoor and outdoor activities to keep you and your children happy. Most of these activities are free, which is fantastic! And the others are good value for money (otherwise we wouldn’t have gone and/or I wouldn’t recommend them). There is so much more than this to do in Regina, and there are festivals held throughout the year so there will always be something to see or do. Check the Tourism Regina website for lots of information. Or feel free to contact me and I’d be more than happy to help you!
Are you interested in more detail about the Royal Saskatchewan Museum? See my guest feature over at Glittering Muffins for more information. If you’re looking for more cultural ideas, see our post at Carrots Are Orange for ways to bring multiculturalism into your home or school. We’ve also blogged about our visit to the Andrew Jackson centre in Northern Ireland. and if you’re looking for a taste of Saskatchewan, why not try our First Nations Bannock?
Have you been to Regina? What was your favourite thing about it?