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Hometown love – sharing the best of Regina

A few month’s back, I began working with Tourism Regina — a partnership that was long overdue. They entrusted me to get their blog up and running and ever since, I have been sharing and celebrating the best of my city with the community and beyond.

Though I’m feeling a bit torn between all the work I have taken on lately, it brings me a lot of joy to write about Regina. Anyhow, I thought sharing the links to the ‘Hang with the Locals’ posts may be of interest to my current blog readers.

So, if you have a moment and are keen to learn more about the Queen City, check out the Tourism Regina blog. I write for them every month or so and in between, I have invited other local bloggers also eager to share their own city favourite hot spots and experiences. Here are my current posts and remember to keep checking back for more:

Top treatments in the city’s top spas

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30 images of summer in Wascana Park: #SeeYQR through the eyes of local instagrammers

Yellow tree at Wascana Park Jenn smith nelson

Regina’s Breakthrough Breweries

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Embrace your inner chef at Schoolhaus

Schoolhaus Regina Jenn Smith Nelson

Cathedral Village Arts Festival – The He(ART) of the City

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Bird watching in the Regina region

great blue heron jenn smith nelson

Top Regina talent prevail at Saskatchewan Fashion Week

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Welcome to Hang with the Locals – Let’s Celebrate!

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Let me hear from you.

What would you share about Regina?

 

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8 thoughts on “Hometown love – sharing the best of Regina
  1. How exciting! It’s always rewarding when hard work brings that rewarding job. I’d love to work with a local tourism board one day, so way to go to you! I don’t know anything about Regina, but will definitely check out your posts.

    • Jenn Smith Nelson on said:

      Thanks Amanda! There is so much I love about working with my city’s tourism board – I feel really proud as well. Rewarding certainly describes it well!

  2. It really is great to see local people from Saskatchewan sharing what our great province has to offer.
    Some people have a knack for Copy and getting people interested. You are one of them.
    Keep up the great work.
    From the Team at

    • Jenn Smith Nelson on said:

      Wow thank you so much Andrew. That really means a lot to me. It is not only something I truly enjoy doing, it also brings me a great sense of pride to shout it from the rooftops how much I love the wonderful province of ours.

  3. Wonderful you’re blogging for Tourism Regina! We had a peek at your bird-watching post – didn’t know Regina was good for the birds :-). And we love the new look of your blog. Very attractive…

    • Jenn Smith Nelson on said:

      Thanks so much – glad you enjoy the new look!

      Every day in the spring it seems a discover a new bird in the city. This week’s standout is a Swainson’s Thrush, spotted in my yard who has been singing the most beautiful song for nearly a week now.

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