Collicutt Centre. (File photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

Looking for something to do this summer? Red Deer activity guide may have some answers

Spring and summer activity guide will be released next week

The 2018 Spring and Summer Activity Guide will be delivered to Red Deer and surrounding area homes on March 8 and 9.

The guide will be available for pick up at the Red Deer City Hall, Collicutt, Culture Services, G.H. Dawe Community and Recreation Centre starting March 9.

Residents can download the e-version of the guide starting March 8.

Registration for all city programs in the guide begins March 13 at 8 a.m.

Register can be done online at www.reddeer.ca/looknbook or by calling 403-309-8411 or in person at Collicutt, G.H. Dawe Community or Recreation Centre.

Have your individual client number, family PIN, program code and credit card ready for registering online or by phone. For those registering for the first time online or by phone are encouraged to create their accounts ahead of time.

For more information call 403-309-8411.

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