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Not too late to sign up for Kelowna recreation programs

Still trying to decide on a New Year's resolution?

Why not break away from the gloomy winter weather and a busy lifestyle, and get active for a healthier you this season?

Registration for the City of Kelowna's winter recreation programs is still ongoing, providing you with many options to help you reach your goals for 2012.

"The cold weather should not keep you from having fun this winter," said Louise Roberts-Taylor, community and neighbourhood program manager of recreation and cultural services. "The City has a little something for everyone to stay warm, get active and, most importantly, have fun this season."

To view the complete list of current programs or to register online, visit kelowna.ca/recreation. Registration is also available in person at the Parkinson Recreation Centre (1800 Parkinson Way) or by phone at 250-469-8800.

 

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