Need to Know: High Valley Tickets, Busy night at REAL, How Long Candy Lasts
High Valley Tickets
Tickets for High Valley’s Small Town Somethin’ Tour go on sale this morning at 9:00 AM!
The show is taking place February 20th at Conexus Arts Centre.
ps. WE HAVE ANOTHER CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT MONDAY AT 8!!!
Busy Night at REAL
Important Notice for Participants of Events on Friday, November 3!
Please be aware that there will be multiple exciting events taking place at the REAL District on Friday, November 3. This may lead to increased traffic onsite and in our parking lots.
November 3rd Schedule:
Regina Gem & Mineral Show – Viterra International Trade Centre – Exhibit Hall A
Navaratri Festival - Viterra International Trade Centre – Exhibit Hall B & C
Regina Ringette Elite A/AA Tournament – Co-operators Centre
High School Football 6A City Final – Mosaic Stadium
Regina Pats vs. Brandon Wheat Kings – Brandt Centre
U of R Cougars Men’s Hockey vs. Calgary Dinos – Co-operators Arena
How long can your Halloween Candy last??
This all of course depends on you being able to resist eating all of it VERY quickly!
- Chocolate candy. If it’s unopened, up to a year. Dark chocolate lasts up to two years. For opened bags of loose chocolate candy, cut those timelines in half.
- Candy corn. Three to six months if it’s stored at room temperature. An unopened package can last up to nine months.
- Gummy candy. Six months to a year, depending on how it’s stored. A cool, dry place is best.
- Sour candy. Up to a year. If you open a bag, store it in an airtight container to increase the shelf life.
- Hard candy, like lollipops and Jolly Ranchers. The National Confectioners Association says a year.