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Monday, August 12, 2013

It’s time to think active, think creative & think fun with City Recreation


Whether young or old, staying active helps keep you healthy.  And staying active with The City of Calgary Recreation gives Calgarians a chance to get out, have fun, and meet new people.

Recreation has the A (abs) to Z (zen) covered and is even adding new programs to help ensure there is something for everyone.  For example, new programs include Clay Glazing and Decorating Techniques, Wellness - The Ticket to Change, and Sporting Edge.

“With kids heading back to school parents may be searching for some ‘me’ time after a busy summer,” said Michelle Tait, Recreation Supervisor. “Whatever you are looking for – we have. For example, we have more than ten different styles and themes of yoga to choose from Yoga for a Healthy Back to Yoga and Meditation.”

In addition, there are several fun and festive holiday programs to help keep the family busy over the holiday break. Families can register their little tikes in Santa’s Art Workshop or head out to one of 12 arenas to enjoy public skating.

To learn more or register online please visit calgary.ca/recreation or call 403-268-3800.


The City of Calgary Recreation operates 12 arenas, 2 art centres, 12 athletic parks, 8 golf courses, 2 leisure centres, 12 indoor pools, and a sailing school.  We offer affordable recreation products and services, facilitate city festivals and events, invest in quality recreation amenities and public art, and partner with organizations to enhance sport, art, and culture within Calgary.  The scope of our work directly contributes to our mission: Enriching the lives of Calgarians through recreation. 

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