Richmond is safely expanding indoor recreation programs for all ages, including clay hand-building for preschoolers.
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Richmond continuing to expand indoor recreation programs
Published 10:59 PST, Tue November 17, 2020
Richmond is planning to add indoor recreation programs starting next week.
Activities are for all ages, ranging from wacky science for kids to floor hockey skills for pre-teens to acrylic painting for adults.
For programs beginning Nov. 23, online registration starts tomorrow (Nov. 18) at 10 a.m. at richmond.ca/register with your MyRichmond account (which can be set up at myrichmond.richmond.ca). People can also book sessions by calling the registration call centre at 604-276-4300, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The new offerings include:
• French fun and clay hand-building for preschoolers
• soccer skills, table tennis and violin private lessons for children
• preteen hangout, and floor hockey and volleyball skills for preteens
• acrylic painting and singles play table tennis, pickleball and badminton court bookings for adults
Additional indoor and seasonal programs also include registered fitness centre visits, swimming and skating public sessions.
All facilities and programs meet strict health and safety guidelines as set out by local and provincial health authorities, and activities may be increased or decreased based on demand and public safety. To further support the public and staff, masks must be worn in all indoor city-operated facilities.
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