TWB Home Decor

Looking for Unique and One-of-a-Kind Items? If you are a regular reader, you might know I’m incredibly proud to be from Canada and Saskatchewan.  And when I find other people who also feel that way, I get excited! So imagine my enthusiasm when I discovered a little shop called TWB Home Decor that not only […]

11 Ways to act like a Tourist in Regina this Summer

Be a Tourist in Regina and enjoy all the City has to Offer! Whether you are a tourist in Regina or are a long-time resident, it’s fun to enjoy some of Regina’s attractions. Our summer is pretty short, so we have to pack as much as we can into it. But there’s no reason why […]

What’s so great about Wascana Park anyway?

What’s so great about Wascana Park? When I think of Wascana Park, I think of beautifully maintained grass and flowers, a majestic Legislative Building, noisy geese and captivating monuments. I remember driving around and around Wascana Park when I was a teenager. Well, actually we would cruise up and down Albert Street, turning around in […]

Your Guide to the November, 2016 Craft Sale and Trade Show Circuit in Regina

Regina Craft Sales and Trade Shows I love going to craft and trade sales. I always find some great stuff that I didn’t even know I needed (wanted, whatever). And I think November is the best month for craft sales  as there are multiple sales every weekend in November. You better budget your money and […]

Downtown Date Night at the Globe Theatre

Downtown Date Night in Regina My hubby, Dave, and I like to go out on a date once a month. You might think that because our kids are older and they can fend for themselves for dinner, we might go out every weekend, but that doesn’t happen. So I enjoy our once a month dates. […]

Amazing Regina Sculptures and Monuments You Have to See – Wascana Park Edition

AMAZING Regina Sculptures and Monuments YOU HAVE TO SEE – Wascana Park Edition I was driving down Albert Street and I saw the amazing bovine sculptures by the great Saskatchewan artist, Joe Fafard. I decided that I need to locate more of Regina’s fantastic outdoor art, so I went on a mission to see what I […]

Cathedral Village Graffiti: Art or Vandalism?

The Backstory The Cathedral Village was once overrun with spray painting vandals. Ok, maybe not overrun, but there were definitely some unwanted graffiti symbols on the sides of houses, businesses and churches. Some community members, tired of repainting their homes, garages and garbage cans, decided to be more ingenious. They commissioned some street artists to paint the […]

A Walk down 13th Avenue in Cathedral Village

A Walk down 13th Avenue in Cathedral Village One of my favorite areas in Regina is Cathedral Village. Although it is a part of the city, it feels like a its own small community. Completely self contained, there is no need for residents to leave the confines of one of the oldest and most historic areas. Rich in […]