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Winter 2013 Leisure Guide now available

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The Winter 2013 Leisure Guide is now available at all civic indoor pools, libraries and leisure centres, and will be available Saturday at a number of retail locations.

Winnipeg Free Press subscribers will receive a copy in their weekend edition of the paper on Saturday, Dec. 1. The Leisure Guide can also be viewed online.

Registration for swimming lessons begins Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration for all other programs begins the next day, Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 9 a.m.

People with a login ID and PIN, and a credit card, can sign up at Winnipeg.ca/leisureonline. They can also call 311.

The following Registration Centres will be open for in-person registration on Dec. 11 and 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.:

  • Central Registration Centre - Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex, 999 Sargent Avenue
  • South-East Registration Centre - Louis Riel Library, 1168 Dakota Street
  • Pan Am Pool, 25 Poseidon Bay

Check times by calling 311 for these other in-person registration sites on the same days:

  • North Centennial Recreation and Leisure Facility, 90 Sinclair Street
  • Transcona Centennial Pool, 1101 Wabasha Street
  • St. James Assiniboia Centennial Pool, 644 Parkdale Street
  • Elmwood Kildonans Pool, 909 Concordia Avenue

More information is available at Winnipeg.ca.

 

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