There are changes happening to the Regina transit’s route system. There will be five public meetings for the Transit Route Review if you want to share your thoughts or ask questions about the transit changes.
Wednesday, January 30, 3 to 8pm at the Cornwall Centre
Thursday, January 31, 3 to 8pm at the Northgate Mall
Saturday, February 2, 11am to 3pm at the Victoria Square Mall
Monday, February 4, 5:30 to 8pm at the Albert Scott Community Centre
Tuesday, February 5, 10am to 2pm at the U of R Riddell Centre
A Hackerspace, according to Hackerspace.org ,”are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects.” A place where people can go and take things apart, work cooperatively and learn from each other in order to complete various projects.
A meeting was held by people in Computer Science at the University of Regina to see what kind of interest there was in having a hackerspace in the city. Around 60 people came out, enough to support the creation of space and thus Crash Bang Labs was born.
The cover above comes from the Regina Downtown Business Improvement District’s (RDBID) winter guide that arrived in the mail some time last week. Examining the cover, I find the subtitle troubling, “Your guide to parking shopping and dining in Downtown Regina.” Why is parking the first topic in my guide? It seems to suggest parking is the first priority for downtown Regina.
Come down to the Central Branch Wednesday at 7:30pm to take part in a Jane’s Walk style stroll through the Library. The Friends of the RPL are hosting the tour as a way to celebrate 50 years of the Central Branch building. For more information call 535-9570, or visit www.friendsofrpl.ca.
Come to the Cornwall Centre today, October 4th from 11am to 7pm, to have a look at the new stadium plans. The will be facilitators on hand to answer questions.
This comes a day after the lead consulting architect on the stadium project made a presentation at Executive Committee.
Here’s a link to the RRI website regarding the event.