Courtesy of a micro-grant from the Cathedral Area Community Association, a limited number of birdhouses and nest shelves will soon be available for installation by homeowners within the Cathedral neighborhood.
The birdhouses available through this project are specifically built to attract native species like Red-breasted Nuthatches, Black-capped Chickadees, and House Wrens. The nest shelves are sought after by American Robins and Mourning Doves. All were crafted locally with input from local bird experts to ensure the birdhouses and nest shelves will safely and ethically serve the native bird species that call Cathedral home.
All birdhouses and nest shelves will be provided free of charge.
For more information and to apply for a birdhouse or nesting shelf to put up in your yard, apply here.
Holy Rosary School Not Closing, Taking Registrations for 2021/22
At a March 2 meeting, the Regina Catholic School Board voted to extend the review period on Holy Rosary Community School to the end of 2021.
If the school is able to formulate a business plan to keep it sustainable and viable into the future, then it will stay open.
As such, Holy Rosary will be open as usual in September.
And they are accepting registrations into their Kindergarten & Pre-kindergarten programs for the 2021/22 school year.
Children who are of Catholic faith, born in 2016 are eligible for the Kindergarten Program at Holy Rosary Community School. Registration is also being accepted for Pre-Kindergarten(ages 3 & 4).
Holy Rosary School serves students who reside in the Cathedral area, west of Lewvan Drive as well as the downtown central area. Our staff strives to provide quality learning experiences in a Christ-centered environment.
The school community prepared a report about the importance of Holy Rosary School which they presented to the school board on Feb 1, you can read that here.
Welcome To Cathedral Village
The Cathedral Area Community Association welcomes you to our beautiful, fun neighbourhood! We are a walkable, welcoming community in the heart of Regina. Our tree-lined streets, historic 13th Avenue shopping district, diverse population and creative community activities define us as one of the city’s most unique, liveable neighbourhoods