Spring into action with city activities

Registration for City of Kelowna recreation and lifestyle programs will start Tuesday, March 8.

  • Feb. 29, 2016 5:00 p.m.

It is time to start making that break out of winter hibernation and seek out new programs and activities organized through the City of Kelowna.

Registration for programs begins Tuesday, March 8, and the Kelowna Spring Activity and Program Guide will be online as of Tuesday, March 1.

Spring registration dates and times are as follows:

March 8: General Programs (7:30 a.m.)

March 10: Aquatics and First Aid (7:30 a.m.)

March 11: Leagues (7:30 a.m.)

Programs for Persons with a Disability (9:30 a.m.)


There are still spots available for spring break camps. Active Living and Culture has full day and partial day camps that offer something for all interests, such as Sportacular, CircusYoga and Art Camp.

Set up an online registration account in advance to avoid the registration lineups and register from the comfort of home. Call 250-469-8800 to receive an account pin and client barcode.

Hard copies of the guide will be available at H2O Adventure & Fitness Centre, Glenmore IGA, Main Library Downtown, Parkinson Recreation Centre and Rutland Arena starting Wednesday, March 2.

Additional program information and registration is available in person at the Parkinson Recreation Centre, by phone at 250-469-8800 or online at kelowna.ca/recreation.


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