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Posted: 12/11/2012 8:56 AM | Comments: 0
Leisure guide registration for winter programs starts today in Winnipeg
Anyone interested in registering for swimming lessons can register today while registration for all other programs starts Wednesday. After Wednesday, all registration will be ongoing.
People can register for Leisure Guise programs online by visiting Winnipeg.ca/leisureonline or by calling 311.
Anyone who wants to register in-person can register today or Wednesday at the Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex, the Louis Riel Library or the Pan Am Pool.
Queue numbers will be handed out at all in-person registration locations today and Wednesday.
In-person registration is on-going after Wednesday and locations and times can be found by calling 311 or visiting Winnipeg.ca.
People can also register by mail. Cheque should be made payable The City of Winnipeg.
Completed registration forms should be sent to:
395 Main Street
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