This holiday season looks a bit different for all of us. Just because temperatures have dropped doesn’t mean you have to curl up and watch Netflix all day! There are a bunch of fun and safe things to check out in Regina. Here are a few things to get you up & out during your staycation this holiday season:

  1. Bushwakker’s Famous Mead

Start your night at this Warehouse District gem. Bushwakker Brewpub is known for their Blackberry Mead that is released on the first Saturday of December every year. This year is no different. Available to take home or enjoy at the pub, this festive beverage is made with locally sourced ingredients that you’ll love!

  1. Avenue’s Beef Wellington

Head to Avenue for dinner to check out their intricate menu. Avenue is one of the only spots in Regina that you can try this classic English dish. Beef Wellington is a tender cut of beef surrounded by mushrooms & covered in flaky puffed pastry. At Avenue it is paired with local mustard and red wine jus. This downtown restaurant gives the perfect relaxing ambience for a night out. Save room for dessert!

  1. The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection

Walk over to this downtown hotel to really make it a “staycation”. The historic charm and sophistication of The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection will be sure to win you over. They have some delicious breakfast options to ensure you start your day right.

  1. Local Shopping Tour

Spend the morning having a warm drink & sourdough donut from The Everyday Kitchen located within the Local Market. This location holds multiple small local shops including Local & Fresh, Meld Eatery, and The Alternative. Check out Audacity’s local gift guide for any last minute (or late) gifts for anyone left on your list and check out some new spots.

  1. Cross Country Skiing or Snowshoeing

Continue your day by spending some time outside. Local shop, Fresh Air Experience, offers a variety of winter rentals including cross country skis, snowshoes, and toboggans to ensure you can get outside and enjoy the fresh air (and snow)! Head out to Wascana Trails for a change of scenery.

  1. Sparkle Tour

End your day with a drive around the city to look at all the pretty lights Regina has to offer. The Sparkle Tour is a crowd sourced guide that features all the best holiday home displays in Regina. Some displays have over 10 thousand lights and others are synced to music playing on different radio stations. A super entertaining activity for people of all ages to enjoy - get ready to see some sparkle!

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