Harvest Moon Festival 2018



Date : Saturday, September 15, 2018

Time : 1pm-8pm

Location: 1909 Ottawa St. (Trinity Lutheran Church); note change of location due to weather

The Harvest Moon Festival is an annual celebration of our amazing neighbourhood. It’s when we gather as neighbours to share food, music, dance, art and conversation. It’s when we celebrate our diversity, deepen connections with fellow community members, and take a moment to relax and have fun together.

Free BBQ from 1-4pm (or until food runs out) 

Please register for a passport to receive a free meal near the main stage on 11th Ave and Osler Street.

Main Stage :

  • 12:30: Opening Prayer
  • 1:00: Chinese Lion Dancers & Chung Wah Kung Fu
  • 1:30: Picture Radio
  • 2:20: Fada Dance
  • 3:00: Terrance Littletent and the Kawacatoose Boys
  • 4:00: Regina Salseros
  • 5:00: DeadStick
  • 6:00: Khushi Indian dancers
  • 6:40: Melissa Belly, Fire Dancer
  • 7:15: Playing for Change Saskatchewan presents Ryan Hicks

Stage 2 :

  • 1:15 Mooky
  • 2:00 Rodger Ross, Indigenous Storyteller!
  • 3:30 Spoken word performances by the Regina Word Up 2018 Slam Team:
    • Cat Burns
    • Liberty Skye
    • Jacq Brass
    • Nono Ryan
    • Devon Dozlaw
    • (MC’d by Veracity)
  • 5:00 Writing activity facilitated by Veracity
  • 5:30 Open Mic

Click here for more information about all the performers

Were also excited to have numerous workshops and vendors join us.

Kid Zone (NW corner of 11th & Halifax; most activities will run from 1-4pm):

  • bouncy house
  • Street Culture face painting
  • sidewalk chalk art
  • Regina Pats Mascot
  • dream-catcher making workshop
  • felting workshop
  • First Responders

Bike Zone (St. John St. & 11th Ave)

Everyone is welcome to join! Bring a bike or borrow one of ours. We are very thankful to have had Parachute donate 10 helmets and the City of Regina donate some bikes that we can utilize this day, and to Western Cycle for donating parts to have these bikes up and running. The plan for these bikes after the festival, is to raffle them off to the people that used them during the bike tour. SGI, Bike Regina and Western Cycle have teamed up to offer a bike safety course with education on bike maintenance and how to keep yourself safe and on the road.

We’ll also be holding 3 bike tours of the neighbourhood, each a different theme, showcasing various assets in the community:

  • 2:00 Tour 1 with Simon Granovsky-Laren (Details TBA)
  • 3:30 Back Alley Ride with Sara Maria Daubisse: What can you discover off the beaten path?
  • 5:00 Queer-friendly ride with B: Queer & trans riders and their allies are invited explore the Arcola Triangle and beyond with B, the coordinator of our Two-Spirit Group

Goodnight (Harvest) Moon with Kris Alvarez 

  • 7:00 Dream Parade
  • 7:30 Storytime at Beaks Chicken (1511 11th Ave.)

Meet Common Weal Community Arts’ Artist-in-Residence Kris Alvarez! After a high-energy festival day, families and neighbours are invited to say goodnight to the Harvest Moon together with dreamy bedtime stories and a tasty bedtime snack.


Your wishes were heard after last year’s festival; this year we have invited many different types of vendors, including Regina Fire Department, Regina Public Library, Carmichael Outreach, Lifesaving Society of Canada, Sask Health Authority, RPS, SGI Road Safety, Bike Regina, Bike Maintenance, First Nations art work, and much more!

Currently seeking buskers.

  • Buskers- Will be allowed to collect money from passers-by

To apply, please send samples of your work to harvestmoon.yqr@gmail.com.


See Photos from the 2017 festival here

The HCA would like to give a big thank you to this years’ sponsors:

PrintSaskCulture logo   49810bc4dcb8b5f06829d9692754c066SaskTel Sponsorship_withWordmrk_Spot_UWestern Cycle Source for Sports Logo

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