Upcoming Heritage Regina Program: The First Tiny House.


Upcoming Heritage Regina Program: The First Tiny House.

Heritage Regina will be presenting the following local history program on Thursday, March 16th at 7:00 pm at The Artesian, 2627 -- 13th Ave.

The First Tiny House

Regina’s first tiny house was actually built 135 years ago; it provided the basic necessities for survival and comfort that our present day popular tiny houses do. Have you ever wondered what those early homes were like? Join us for an informative
and entertaining evening with music, photos and stories as we learn about life in those early tents, soddies and homestead shacks.

John Robinson, Principal Designer at Robinson Residential Design, designed and built Regina’s first Tiny House. This Tiny House was displayed at the 2016 Home and Garden Show and featured on a HGTV episode, “Journey to the Jamboree”. John would be the first to say that it wasn’t actually Regina’s FIRST tiny house, so his talk will provide a fun and interactive look back at some of the tiny homes that the earliest settlers of our province lived in.

Refreshments provided. A $10 suggested donation to Heritage Regina goes towards the promotion and preservation of heritage in your community.

For more information on this event, or how to get involved, check out: www.heritageregina.ca


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