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Taekwondo Update

Artisan Taekwondo

Taekwondo update: HI families, Artisan Taekwondo is continuing to offer homeschool sessions on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Next sessions: Starting in September 17th. 6 weeks. Presently the 2-3pm class has 5 vacant spots. So if you are interested in registering, please do so online on their website under the homeschool sessions. Blessings Danielle

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Registration open for the Wascana Homeschooler Environmental Education Program

Sheri is coordinating an environmental education program with Wascana Centre that may be of interest to ARCHE members: Hello homeschoolers! With one more year nearly in the books, I wanted to let you know that the Wascana Homeschooler Environmental Education Program is now accepting registrations for the 2018-2019season. It’s been an incredibly popular program that…

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Katie Gannon, M.Mus – Violin, Viola and Theory

Katie is a member of the Regina Symphony Orchestra who has been living and teaching in Regina for the last 6 years.  With over 15 years experience teaching, Katie teaches violin, viola and theory lessons to people of all ages and abilities.  Located in the heart of the Cathedral district in Regina, SK, Katie runs…

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Krista Woelk – Piano lessons

I have been working with several homeschooling families this past year teaching them piano lessons during the day. I am expanding that to include more day time options and adding Music Education classes that are like a coop class. I have quite a few openings. I attend Regina Apostolic Church, have been there for 28…

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Regina Floral Conservatory

Regina floral conservatory is willing to give tours and planting lessons/activities to groups of children. The cost is by donation. See reginafloralconservatory.ca.

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Regina Coin Club

The Regina Coin Club has started up a coin club for kids. They usually meet once a month at the Sherwood Library. See reginacoinclub.com for more information.

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Ehrlo Sport Venture Library

Ehrlo Sport Venture Library is a free sports equipment library. What can you borrow? Well, just about anything and everything… · skates · helmets (for skating) · helmets with face masks (for hockey) · pylons · soccer stuff · snow shoes · cross country ski equipment · hockey gear · and numerous other items. All…

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DEBATE: Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association

May contain outdated information. Debate: The PATHS Homeschool Group held a debate workshop with SEDA. Lorelie DeRoose came and led a 3 hour workshop with our kids, we had a total of 12 including 3 parents participating. Lorelie would be very happy to host a workshop for anyone interested in learning more about debate. To…

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Mango Languages

Mango Languages 34 modern languages for free! It is available through the Regina Public Library online. Just go to Regina Public Library, then click "E-library services", then "Education", then "Mango Languages". You can just start learning, or enter your e-mail and password, which I’m assuming will save where you are in your learning. I tried…

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Youth Barbershop Chorus, Harmony 2 Go

Youth Barbershop Chorus, Harmony 2 Go My name is Dave Pearce and I supervise the Youth Barbershop Chorus, Harmony 2 Go here in Regina. This is an introductory program to encourage young people to sing and develop their natural music skills. We sing a cappella in close 4 part harmony in the barbershop style. We…

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Allan Dotson’s art classes

Allan Dotson’s art classes About the instructor: Allan Dotson has a BA in art and English from the University of Lethbridge, and an Arts Education degree from the University of Regina. He has taught comics, creative writing, and game design at the Regina Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Center since 2006, at Prairie Sky School in…

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Bricks 4 Kidz

Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play with LEGO® bricks. Programs are built around our proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction, and amusement parks. https://my.bricks4kidz.com/index.php?action=location&location=338&ref=78454

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Speed Skating

The Regina Speed Skating Club is offering a learn to speed skate program for those wishing to give speed skating try. It is a positive club that offers a great sense of community. Please go to www.reginaspeedskating.ca to download registration forms.

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Tania Diogo – Violin or Piano Lessons

My name is Tania Diogo and I am a homeschool graduate. I am offering private daytime violin or piano lessons from my home studio in the Cathedral area of Regina. I have 8 years of teaching experience, and played with the Ficelle String Quartet as well as principal second violin and assistant concertmaster with the…

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Cheryl Zorn – Voice, Piano and Music Theory Lessons.

I am a former homeschool mom and former ARCHE member. Private daytime music lessons are available at my home in Pilot Butte for beginners to advanced. I have taught privately for more than 30 years and also taught voice for several years at Canadian Bible College in Regina. A variety of music is taught including…

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Michelle Smith – Voice, Piano and Theory

My name is Michelle Smith and I teach voice, piano and theory. I am offering daytime lessons at my home studio in Westhill Regina for beginner to advanced students. I have been teaching privately for over 15 years as well as teaching at Bethany Bible College in Hepburn Saskatchewan. I use a variety of repertoire…

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Lori Potter – Piano, Theory and Voice Lessons

My name is Lori Potter and I am offering afternoon & evening private piano, theory and voice lessons at my home studio in Parkridge East Regina. I have enjoyed teaching for over 30 years inspiring students of all ages to recognize and nurture their musical talent. I tailor each student’s program to meet their musical…

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Garry Paul – Pianoforte Studios

There are many styles of piano playing, but I particularly enjoy teaching students how to improvise – taking a familiar tune and making it their own personalized arrangement. I teach both music notation and chord symbols so that the students can play from traditional music scores or from lead sheets. If you are a piano…

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Danny Neustaeter – Guitar Lessons

My name is Danny Neustaeter and I teach guitar lessons at Music In The House (2345 Smith St.). I usually teach in the evenings but this year I am expanding my timetable to include afternoons to try to accomodate home-schooled students that usually have more flexible daytime schedules. Our fee is $75/mth (GST included) for…

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