Regina, SK – Enjoy one of Canada’s most popular recreational activities, skating, at the Access Communications Children’s Fund learn-to-skate and leisure rink. Our outdoor rink in Regina is now open.
Located at the Access Communications Park, 2250 Park Street, with operating hours Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. All ages are welcome to come out and enjoy it. Complementary skates and helmets are available to use as well.
In January, Access Communications volunteers will provide instructional learn-to-skate sessions on Saturday’s from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The learn-to-skate program will help children that don’t have much skating experience or may be on skates for the first time. The program focus will be on balance and coordination, and the introduction to such skills as stopping, pushing, and gliding. “Giving back to the communities we serve is at the heart of all we do,” said Tracey Mucha, Community Programming Manager, Access Communications Co-operative. “A lot of smiles and laughter will be shared at the Access Communications Children’s Fund learn-to-skate and leisure Community Rink during the winter months.”
The Access Communications Children’s Fund is the title sponsor of the Community Rink. The Children’s Fund contributes funds and support to youth-based non-for-profit organizations and charities in 235 communities across Saskatchewan served by Access Communications within four areas of focus: education & literacy; health & wellness; pathways out of poverty; and, crime prevention.
A special thanks to our community sponsors for helping to make this Community Rink possible: Kodiak Property Management Ltd., CAA Saskatchewan, Extreme Hockey & Sport, Serbu Sand & Gravel Ltd., Outsiders Towing & Recovery, Colliers Custom Carpentry and Hill+Knowlton Strategies.
Access Communications proudly holds the Caring Company designation from Imagine Canada. This signifies that the Co-operative is operating at the highest standards in board governance, financial accountability and transparency, fundraising, staff management and volunteer involvement.
About Access Communications Co-operative
Access Communications Co-operative is one of Saskatchewan’s largest telecommunications companies, but we do so much more than provide reliable, affordable Internet, television, telephone and security services. What makes Access unique is our involvement in the communities we serve, especially through our Access7 community channels.
Access Communications began serving customers in 1978. Over the years, we have grown into a province-wide co-operative serving over 235 communities and 160,000 sq. km of rural areas in Saskatchewan. As a not-for-profit co-operative, we invest 100% of our earnings right back into the communities and rural areas where we live and do business.