The Cathedral Village Community Association is holding a public safety meeting March 7 at 7:15 at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre (2900 13th Ave). It’s a chance to discuss local issues around homelessness, drug use, and crime in the Cathedral neighbourhood.Invitees include Cr. Stevens, RPS, Mobile Crisis, Audra Young of Indigenous Relations, CSIR and the Regina Street Team.
It’s a night to explain concerns, ideas, and information from Regina Police Service stats.
We are looking for a good discussion, with solutions and actions from the meeting that can be applied to our neighbourhood. For more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cathedral Village Community Association Annual General Meeting is March 19 at 7:15pm. We’d love it if as many Cathedraloids were to join us. We’ll be voting on bylaw changes! And you can join the board!
And… there will be cookies
LESLIE PARK RINK UPDATE: Please stay off the ice!
If you’ve tried to skate at Leslie Park Rink the last few days, you’ve probably noticed already but it isn’t so much a rink as it’s an expanse of cold water and slush. It’s really not suitable for skating so we’re asking folks to stay away until the temp drops and the rink can be restored.
FOREST T-SHIRT ORDER DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 5TH!
Help grow a forest in Cathedral by purchasing a Cathedral Forest fundraising t-shirt. To get one in time for the holidays, deadline for ordering is DECEMBER 5 at midnight!
For more information on the Forest Project and how to order a t-shirt go cathedralvillage.org/forestproject/.
New Season: December 30 to March 9
Deadline to register is December 15
Just For Fun Hockey is a recreational league for young people aged 8-11 (9:30-10:30am), 12-14 (10:30 11:30am), 15-18 (11:30-12:30 pm) at the Optimist Arena on Saturdays.
Fees are $165 for the season or $20 per week drop-in. Participants must be able to skate & have their own hockey equipment.
This winter, let’s keep Cathedral’s sidewalks clear and walkable for everyone! Sign up to be a Cathedral Snow Angel or let us know you need help with shovelling your walk.
The Cathedral Village Forest Project is working to growing a community forest in a section of Les Sherman Park. Find out how you can support this exciting endeavour here.