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September Activities in Regina is About Switching Things Up

Lead photo Homestead Bar a Vin, photo credit Bryce Wolaniuk

Dining at Homestead Bar a Vin includes wine tastings

Even though September is a time where you fall back into your comfortable routine, it is important to keep some of the excitement in your life! This is why it is one of my favourite times of the year to taste something I have never tasted before. This makes it a perfect time to check out Homestead Bar a Vin.  Homestead Bar a Vin is a wine bar and restaurant. Once a month, they host wine tastings that will be sure to have you trying something you’ve never tried before! Facebook/Instagram

Shopping is one of those fun September activities in Regina

No matter how old I get, September will always remind me of back to school shopping. New season, new me. That’s my motto! My other motto is sustainability.

T + A Vintage is the place to go to look for that perfect new-to-you piece. They carry an amazing assortment of men’s and women’s vintage and as well as some amazing local jewelry. Just try leaving with only one thing. I am always so thankful that Core Coffee is located in the same building because sometimes one needs to take a break to refuel.   Facebook | Instagram

TA Vintage carries clothing for women and men, photo credit @ginabrassphoto

If you’re all about sustainable style but can’t get behind vintage, check out CUB Clothing. CUB Clothing’s tagline on Instagram is “We make beautiful clothes from vintage fabrics.” I have to agree. Their cuts are modern and flattering and made right here in Regina! Facebook/Instagram

Shopping at Cub clothing in Regina is vintage, photo credit Cub Clothing

MacKenzie Art Gallery is open and ready to have you visit! You do not want to miss the Divya Mehra: From India to Canada and back to India (there is nothing I can possess which you cannot take away exhibit). The Exhibit looks at western cultures’ obsession with defining and consuming the histories and identities of other cultures. Facebook/Instagram

Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Sask, photo by Don

     Check out the end of summer Regina City Guide here!

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Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach, photo credit @katdawnw
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The Author
Darby Sutherland is a renaissance girl in a specialist’s world. Catch her hosting her weekly radio show on CFCR 90.5 FM, taking photos of her food at your favourite restaurant, or DJing your third cousin’s wedding. Now you see her, now you don’t.

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