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One of the best things about making a trip to Regina is that you know there will always be a host of events and activities waiting for you once you arrive. In this city, the good times just don’t run out. It doesn’t matter when you’re visiting, there’s always something happening. Just take a look at what we have coming up in February and March. Visitors will have the opportunity to attend a world-class curling event, enjoy a comedy showcase, or take in a fabulous stage performance. Check out all the details below.
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It doesn’t matter whether you’re an avid curling fan or you’re a complete newcomer to the sport: it’s well worth checking out the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. This tournament is the annual Canadian Women’s Curling Championship, where you'll see an exciting competion and amazing displays of sportsmanship from world class athletes. Learn more about this precision sport and cheer on Canada's top female curlers as they take to the ice. The Tournament of Hearts takes place at the Mosaic Palace from February 15th through to February 23.
What's a better way to spend Valentine’s Day than by having a laugh at the silliness of this overhyped holiday? There might be more romantic ways to spend February 14, but perhaps we take this day too seriously. Comedy is the antidote to the unrealistic expectations of "perfect" romance imposed by movies, TV shows, and greeting card companies. The Winnipeg Comedy Fest Presents: Down with Love showcase will feature comedians Rob Pue, Kathleen McGee, Jenn Labelle and Jeff McEnery bringing the house down at Casino Regina (1880 Saskatchewan Drive) at 8 pm.
If you’re a fan of Broadway theatre, make sure to check out I Call Myself a Princess, which will be taking the stage at the Globe Theatre from March 5 through March 26. This is a unique show which weaves together humourous and dramatic elements, with contemporary opera serving as the musical narrative. The prevailing theme of this theatrical presentation centres on artistic representation and cultural appropriation.
Regina is a unique city where it is possible to find diverse entertainment such as a curling match, a comedy festival and fine theatrical experiences on any given day. Ensure your adventures in Regina are as equally wonderful as your accommodations. When you book at HomeSuites Regina, you’ll find spacious, contemporary and stylishly designed suites with premium quality bedding, 42-inch plasma TVs with cable, convenient kitchen appliances, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. Our impressive hotel amenities such as a 24-hour fitness centre, guest laundry facilities, and complimentary hot breakfast served daily will remind you that you're on a fabulous vacation getaway. Make your reservations with us today!