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The Civic Museum of Regina and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame are partnering to celebrate Women's History Month in October through an exciting initiative to celebrate Saskatchewan Women in Sports.

The Women in Sport panel will feature 3 Hall of Fame inductees in celebration of Women’s History Month and Hockey Week in Regina!

Linda Burnam, Curling
Lisa Franks, Basketball
Colleen Sostorics, Hockey

The panel discussion will be wide-ranging with a focus on how sports has shaped their lives, how we can encourage emerging female athletes, and the state of women’s sports on a local & professional level.

This FREE event is Thursday October 4, 7 pm, in the Cornwall Centre - Centre Court.


Barber Chair

1900's Barber ChairRed Ballantyne operated a barber shop in the Westman Chambers Building on the North East corner of 11th Avenue and Rose Street in 1911-12 and later moved his shop to the 1800 block of Scarth Street.
This barber chair was donated to the museum by Red’s Daughter, Dorothy, in 1982.


The first barber chair was invented by Ernest Koken who was born in Germany in 1906. The durability and design of the chair was unique. Hydraulics allowed the chair to be raised and lowered. White marble, chrome and leather were frequently used in the construction.