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Registration for city's recreation programs opens Sept. 28

Dance classes, swimming lessons and fitness programs will be available for all ages and abilities
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The city will open registration for the fall season on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Customers can currently browse offerings and add programs to their “wish list” to conveniently find desired classes when registration opens.

“Our fall lineup of programs offers something for every age and activity level,” says Steve Lee-Young, manager of recreation and culture programs. “Whether you’re looking for swimming lessons for the whole family, dance classes for the kids, or you're looking to stay active with one of our fun fitness classes, we’ve got a program for you.”

In addition to in-person programs, the city continues to offer virtual programs for users, as well as recPASS memberships that include unlimited access to drop-in programs (including fitness, skating and swimming) and unlimited virtual fitness classes.

Pre-registration and COVID-19 screening is required for all activities, and city staff clean and sanitize equipment after each use.

As a reminder for visitors to the facilities, the city is complying with provincial regulations to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination at recreation/culture facilities. As of Sept. 22, patrons need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access select indoor services and programs taking place at community centres, arenas, pools and entertainment/cultural venues. This is required by the Government of Ontario's proof of vaccination regulations. Some exceptions are permitted under these regulations. For more details, visit

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