The eighth annual Jane’s Walk Regina is being held from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 8. There are eight walks on this year’s schedule among them:
Victoria Park Heritage Conservation District (Led by Bernie Flaman): A look at the buildings and structures surrounding Victoria Park which provide a complete chronology of architectural styles of the 20th century.
Far Away Place, Not So Far Away (Led by Jim Elliott): An exploration of various features of Upper Wascana Lake including the history of the Saskatchewan Science Centre, Pelican Island, Far Away Place and the Habitat Conservation Area.
Design Lessons from the Cathedral Area Neighbourhood (Led by Bill Neher): A walking discussion about the components that make for a great walkable neighbourhood and what lessons we can apply in new neighbourhoods.
Walk for Peace and Justice (Led PeaceQuest Regina): An examination of the horror of wars, past and present, as well as past and present injustices in our society, and the need to work for peace and justice.
You can find out more information on the other four walks, along with the times and gathering spots here.