Current Programs Available:

You are welcome to join, regardless of where you live. A current community association membership is required for registration to Any program offered by Community Associations, Zone Boards and Zone Board Affiliate Groups within Regina. Community Association Memberships will be available for purchase at the City Wide Registration Locations Held by Each Association. If you don’t have a membership to your community association and live outside of Normanview, we can sell you an Associate Membership, which will not only allow you to register for our programs, but will also those offered by other community associations or affiliate groups until the expiration date of August 31, Annually.

Registration to NRG programs or those offered by any other Community Association or Affiliate Group can be done at your local Registration Event or at Our Event.

NRG will not be offering make-up class or program dates for those affected by school day closures beyond our control. We will contact registrants of any cancelled dates by email only.



Teen Badminton:

Teen players 16+ are invited to join the adult group with the skill level to play at that level.

Adult Badminton:

Come out and have some good fun while getting fit, with residents from numerous neighbourhoods in the Northwest. Mondays, September 17th to December 17th at St. Joan of Arc School, 10 Dempsey Avenue from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. $15 Session Fee.


Indoor Floor Curling:

Adult 16+:

NRG will be offering this NEW program Wednesdays, September 19th to December 5th at Ecole St. Mary School, 140 McIntosh St. N. from 8:00 to 9:00 pm.

$50 Session Fee for Pair of 2 Players; just over $2/night per player

Parent/Guardian & Child:

NRG will be offering this NEW program Wednesdays, September 19th to December 5th at Ecole St. Mary School, 140 McIntosh St. N. from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.

“Parent” Registered for the Class may be the Child’s Parent, Grand-Parent, Guardian, Sibling (18+) or Approved Adult (18+). Sibling or Approved Adult will require a “Letter/Note of Approval” or advance notice on previous week from the Custodial Parent or Guardian.

$50 Session Fee for Pair of 2 Players (Adult & Child); just over $2/night per player



Mixed Adult Competitive/Recreational Volleyball:

Come out and have some fun on Tuesdays, September 18th – December 11th, 7:30 to 9:30 pm at St. Joan of Arc School, 10 Dempsey Avenue. 16+ years of age. Drop In attendance without teams. $15 Session Fee. A current community association membership is required for registration. We have a friendly group of participants from neighbourhoods citywide that welcome those joining.


Forever in Motion Class:

Exercise and Wellness Program:

This class while tailored to Adults 50+, is also applicable for those needing a mobility rehabilation program. Attention to maintaining joint flexibility and overall muscle tone promotes ease of motion and balance stability.

Free to Register, with required current community association membership (which must be physically presented at first session). Thursdays, September 13th to December 13th, 10:00 to 11:00 am at the Northwest Leisure Centre on Rochdale Boulevard.

Bring your own bottled water and mat.


Saskatchewan Safety Council

Mature Driver Refresher Course:

This course offered through NRG, open to all drivers 50+, is FREE to attend. Pre-Registration Required. Residents from any community in Saskatchewan are welcome to participate.  There are no exams and cannot effect your driver license status.

We are planning on a early or mid spring course and return of a spring course. Stay tuned.

Please bring your own lunch.

Donations or $10 Membership to NRG optional to help offset costs for Rental, Beverages and Snacks.


NRG Dog Coop:

Free Dog Sitting Program:

Members must have a current community association membership and be registered with the chairperson, Sheila Sigouin.

Members will arrange with each other to babysit dogs on an occasional basis for free. Conditions apply.

Contact Mike or Sheila Sigouin at 306.569.4667 for more information.

Monthly meetings at 4 Krivel Crescent held on the first Thursday monthly.


Family Outdoor Winter Activity:

Candy Cane Lane Holiday Light Festival

Tour homes in Normanview that comprise the “Premiere Holiday Group Display” in Regina. The main site on Champ Crescent can be accessed using the east entrance off 7th Avenue North. The voluntary counter-clockwise direction one way traffic is to make the procession less congested for visitors and residents alike. Please adhere to this requirement as per the permit with City of Regina to ensure easy access for emergency vehicles.

Homes throughout the neighbourhood (380+ in 2017) will be shown on a map on this website.

The Festival runs nightly from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, December 7th to 23rd. We will no longer be open on the 24th, or days following. Depending on Weather and availability of volunteers, it may be extended in duration on busy nights, or conversely if below -25 (or with windchill), may be closed or close early.

While there is no cost to tour the homes on the route, there is a Required Admission price for entry into the donation site on Champ Crescent that features the new “North Pole Village” Display as well as the back yard “Winter Wonderland” Display accessible through the “Candy Cane Arcade”. This location now has over 30,000 lights and an impressive collection of inflatable components. $1 for Children under 14, $2 for Teens under 18, $3 for Seniors 60+ and $4 for Adults 18+. Cash proceeds will be shared generously with designated beneficiaries to be announced prior to opening day.

Hot chocolate, courtesy of Ambassador Coffee Service (with or without Marshmallows, courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer) and Christmas Cookies, courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer & local bakers will be available for $2 each.

This festival run by volunteers not only from the Normanview area but citywide, serves as a crucial fund raiser for our non-profit community association as well as the Designated Non-Profit Charities in Regina (to be announced). High school students from all areas of the city have stepped up to participate in this worthy cause that addresses Food Security in our community. Aside from Creation and Set-Up of Displays, the Festival has commitment of over 400 volunteer hours to adequately serve the anticipated 15,000 visitors this year.

While we are searching for the right Business Partner to come on board as a Branding Sponsor for the Festival, we graciously appreciate the sponsors, partners and contributors that make this event possible.

Sponsors: Ambassador Coffee Service & Tom’s Independent Grocer

Partners: Normanview Crossing, Souls Harbour Rescue Mission & The Casey Foundation for Autism Support

Media Partner: Harvard Broadcasting Inc.

Contributors: Tubello Stoneworks, Rochdale Dulux Paints, Orr Centre, SaskPower, Future Print & Fix Building Products.



Leisure Guide & Community Association Program City Wide Registration will take place on the 2nd Tuesday of September & January, 7:00 to 8:00 pm at all community associations within the City of Regina. Consult your local association or browse the current Leisure Guide (available at http// ) for designated location. The registration dates vary from session and year but are typically on the second Tuesday of September and January.

NRG registration at Ecole St. Mary School, 140 McIntosh Street North, Front Entrance Vestibule.

A current community association membership is required for Registration into All Community Association Programs. All City of Regina Residents are Welcome to Register for Any of Our NRG Programs at their Local Community Association Registration Location or at Our Location.

We will post more programs as they become available. If you have a suggestion for a program or would like to offer one to the residents of NRG, please contact us.