Red Deer winter activity guide being released

Guide will also be available online

Red Deerians can pick out and register for their favourite winter activities and programs soon with the release of the Activity Guide.

Printed copies will be delivered to homes later next week but also it will be available online earlier on the city’s website.

The guides will be delivered to homes in Red Deer and surrounding areas on Dec. 1 and Dec. Additional printed copies are available for pick up on or after Dec. 2 at City Hall, the Collicutt Centre, Culture Services Centre, G.H. Dawe Community Centre and Recreation Centre.

The Activity Guide will be available on the city’s website on Monday at 8 a.m.

Registration for all City programs in the guide begins at 8 a.m. on Dec. 6.

There are three ways to register for City programs:

– Online at the Look n Book page: www.reddeer.ca/looknbook.

– By phone at 403-309-8411.

– In person at the Collicutt Centre, G.H. Dawe Community Centre or Recreation Centre

Customers wishing to register for programs using Look n Book or by telephone require the following information: an individual client number, family PIN, program codes (found in the Activity Guide and on LooknBook), Visa or MasterCard number and expiry date.

First-time telephone registration and Look n Book users are encouraged to create their accounts ahead of time. Family PIN and Client Numbers can be set up using the online form at www.reddeer.ca/looknbook. For more assistance, please call 403-309-8411 during business hours.

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