The arrival of the City’s Recreation and Leisure Magazine signals it is time for residents to plan to stay active during the spring and summer – and is the ideal time to start checking out summer camps. Residents should look for the magazine to arrive on their doorsteps inside Kingston This Week on March 24.
Distributed twice a year to 52,000 households, the Recreation and Leisure Magazine offers details about municipal programs, parks, summer camps, community groups, sports leagues and other organizations offering: recreation, fitness, arts and cultural programs, educational opportunities, special events and more. It also contains basic user-information on municipal recreational facilities making it handy to keep around.
This year, Kingstonians are being asked for their input on the content and organization of the Recreation and Leisure Magazine. A Customer Survey is available in the magazine itself, or residents can fill out the survey online via the Your Opinion survey until April 30 at www.cityofkingston.ca/activities.
The recreation and leisure activities outlined in the Magazine are of interest to Kingstonians of all ages. Those interested in registering for City-run programs can sign up for them starting Monday, March 28 at www.cityofkingston.ca/e-city.
Residents may also want to check out their options at the upcoming Leisure Showcase. More than 80 camp and organization leaders will be on hand to offer information about their programs at the free Recreation and Leisure Showcase, Saturday, April 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, 53 Yonge St. In addition to exhibitors, the Showcase will feature ongoing activity demonstrations.
Additional copies of the magazine can be picked up beginning March 28 at municipal offices, recreation centres, and the main branches of the Kingston Frontenac Public Library.
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