Volunteer and Community Programs

At the University of Regina, we believe that community outreach is an important part of the Lifelong Learning Centre.

Build a Brighter Future

Our volunteer and community programs have had a strong impact on the community by engaging people, raising awareness and building a brighter future.

Registration

For more information or to register for any of the programs on this page, call 306-585-5766.

Aboriginal Grandmothers Caring for Grandchildren Support Network

Grandmothers caring for grandchildren are invited to monthly Support Network meetings with interesting speakers from community agencies. Tea and bannock always served. Childcare and rides will be provided for those who call in advance.

DatesTimeLocation
Friday
Nov 18
Dec 9
Jan 13
Feb 10
Mar 10
Apr 7
May 12
Jun 10
9:30 am
11:30 am
PB 110, Palliser Building
2151 Scarth Street

Grandmothers on the Network

"It would be something that we'd be able to have fun and feel comfortable with each other and do the things. And for me, that would be the biggest thing that would help me."
"Talking in grandmothers' circle, I like that, I enjoy that. I enjoy the fellowship, it is really sweet. It's nice, wholesome and really down to earth and it touches your heart."
"I look forward to the meetings, because they are my support and I enjoy sharing with others."
"I like the sharing the best about the talking circles...when other people tell and their stories I remember that happened to me and realize that I am not the only one in the whole entire world. And it confirms your feelings and experiences."

Intercultural Grandmothers Uniting (IGU)

All older women who are interested in building bridges of understanding, respect, trust and friendship among First Nations, Métis and other women are welcome to attend these monthly meetings.

DatesTimeLocation

Friday

  • Dec 16
  • Jan 20
  • Feb 17
  • Mar 17
  • Apr 21
  • May 19
  • Jun 16
10:30 am
12:30 pm
Indian Métis Christian Fellowship
3131 Dewdney Avenue

Speakers Bureau

The Lifelong Learning Centre has speakers available to talk to groups about the joy of lifelong learning, Regina Age-Friendly Communities Initiative, retirement planning, elder abuse prevention and more. If you want to request a speaker for your group or are interested in becoming a speaker call our main registration number listed above.

Volunteer Opportunities

We are looking for volunteers to assist with promotional activities, newsletter production and more. Call us for more information.