West Kelowna winter rec guide available

West Kelowna is all set for winter fun with the release of the 2015 Winter Recreation Guide.

West Kelowna is all set for winter fun with the release of the 2015 Winter Recreation Guide.

Keep fit with programs being held throughout the community including the new Mar Jok Elementary School, the always popular Johnson Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre and the bustling Jim Lind Arena and Royal LePage Place.

The guide offers a variety of drop in programs at local schools including basketball at Glenrosa Middle School, soccer at George Pringle Elementary School and volleyball at Mar Jok Elementary School. The winter guide also offers public skating, drop in hockey and pool schedules to keep the kids busy during the two-week Christmas break.

For those registration-based programs found in the guide, signing up is easy:

Go online to www.districtofwestkelowna.ca; or

Pick up a copy at the Recreation and Culture Portable and enroll in person from Monday to Friday, excluding holidays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 2760 Cameron Road (at the Mount Boucherie Community Centre).

The guide was sent to homes in the November 27th edition of the Westside Weekly. Copies may also be picked up at:

Johnson Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre at 3737 Old Okanagan Highway;

West Kelowna Municipal Hall at 2760 Cameron Road;

Webber Road Community Centre at 2829 Inverness Road; or,

Westbank Library at Westridge Shopping Centre, #31 – 2484 Main Street.

Call 778-797-8800 if you have questions or would like more information about winter programming.

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