Registering online for recreation classes very simple

It is a great time to check out the new Recreation Guide from the District of Lake Country.

  • Mar. 21, 2012 3:00 p.m.

As the clouds start to clear in preparation for the bright days of spring and summer, it is a great time to check out the new Recreation Guide from the District of Lake Country.

The guide was released less than two weeks ago online and in print.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the online version the new simplified process is a great reason to explore the classes and opportunities for fun available this season.

The online recreation guide has a new ‘hover and click’ feature.

Hover over a class laid out in the pages of the guide, click on the class and you are taken directly to the correct registration page.

The new system eliminates searching for your class on the registration list. It is a simplified, streamlined process.

Online the guide also provides links to the websites of class teachers when available.

You have the opportunity to do some extra research before you sign up.

Some of the new classes available this spring include; Women’s Fit 4 Defense, Zumba, Ballroom Singles class (line dancing), Hug a Tree and Survive class, and many new gardening classes designed for spring.

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