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Summer activities for kids in Peachland

Summer is a magical time in the Okanagan, and Peachland is no exception.

Peachland is an ideal place for some summer fun and adventure.

Returning this year, the Peachland civic recreation department is offering summer programs for kids.

Help your child develop a new life skill or make new friends this summer.

From Art in the Park, Kids Cooking, Swim Bay Adventures and Fun with Science, the public programs are designed to keep your child—or grandchild—busy and have a unique Made in Peachland experience.

Programs are offered daily mornings and afternoons throughout the summer.

Swim Bay is also in full operation offering an array of Red Cross swim lessons for all ages and abilities.

From the first time swimmer to the aspiring lifeguard, there are programs and opportunities to help develop the basic swim strokes through to advanced lifesaving skills.

Unsure as to what level to register in?

The lifeguards are available daily to provide a swim test and help you find the appropriate swim level.

For more information check out the website  www.peachland.ca or call 250-767-2133.

 

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