The Lion's are very active in the community. All their activities reflect the objectives of Lion's International. The club meets twice a month.
The Lioness are a group of local women belonging to the largest service group of women in the world. Their most important annual fundraiser is the Christmas craft and bake sale. All proceeds are returned to the community and to the "seeing eye dogs".
The club meets every 3rd Monday of the month at 7pm in the Art Centre.
Contact: Priscilla 306-729-4468
This is the longest established association in Regina Beach, it was started in 1933 by a group of women dedicated to the promotion and collection of art. The objectives of the association are to encourage and develope a knowledge and appreciation of fine arts and crafts, and to promote good fellowship among persons with similar interests.
This association provided the first library services in this area until the library became a part of the South East Regional Library. The Arts and Crafts Association was responsible for sponsoring the Artist in Residence Program from 1998 to 2000, the outcome of which is the Art Guild and the Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre. The Association meets at the Arts Centre twice a month.
For rentals Contact: Judy Seed 729-2671
Come and explore your creativity. We meet every first Wednesday, Sept-Oct-Nov and April-May-June at 1:30PM. We meet in the Last Mountain Cultural Centre. Every July, we have a show&sale. Membership
fee: $35.00 per year. For more information, phone 729-2282.
Memorial Hall – 101 Centre St. 729-2877
Box 533, Regina Beach, Sk, S0G 4C0
235km of trail connecting Regina Beach to Lumsden, Regina, Bethune, Bulyea & Earl Grey.
For Snowmobile Information Call Toll Free: 1-800-499-7533
Don't Drink And Ride
Contact Lorie Gejdos (email@example.com) and she will email you weekly with the date, time and place.
Walking usually takes place on the path but they do venture to different areas. (Lumsden, Lumsden Beach, Kinookimaw) They will walk during the winter and hope to cross the lake on the groomed snow trail from Buena Vista boat launch to Sask. Beach boat launch. For people with snow shoes there will be walks by the Golf course and towards Kinnokimaw.