Stay Active with the City’s Spring and Summer Programs

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Registration for the City of Kingston’s spring and summer programs begins Saturday, March 25 at noon.

The programs provide great options for people of all ages to stay active as well as keeping kids entertained over the summer break.

Kingston’s Recreation and Leisure Guide by the City can be found in this week’s edition of the Kingston This Week newspaper or visit the City’s website where you can download the Guide (or click on the guide cover here) and also register online.


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“This issue has all the summer camps in it,” said Lynda Breen, supervisor recreation programs, in a City release. “It also offers recreational and leisure activities for every member of your household – woodworking workshops, photography, children’s hip hop, boot-camps, women’s self-defence, even belly-dancing just to name a few.”

To register online, you will need a family PIN number and personal ID number before registration day.

If this is your first time registering for a City of Kingston program online, the City recommends you call 613-546-4291, ext. 1700/1800.

Find out more about the City’s recreational programs and facilities at CityofKingston.ca/Recreation.


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