Registration for Red Deer fall programming begins next week

Red Deerians will be able to register for fall recreation and culture activities beginning next week.

For the first time, the 2020 fall activity guide will not be printed, but residents can create their own custom guide at www.reddeer.ca/myactivityguide.

“Shifting to an online customizable activity guide enables us to continue delivering programs and services, while being responsive to the needs of our community amidst the ever changing COVID-19 situation,” said Shelley Gagnon, recreation, parks and culture manager.

Registration for fall programming begins at 8 a.m. next Wednesday. But citizens can now go online to see what is being offered to plan for their fall scheduling. Single activity reservations continue to be available on Look ‘n Book (looknbook.reddeer.ca) ahead of registration day.

Citizens can register online using Look ‘n Book, or they can register for programs from MyActivity Guide, using a Look n’ Book account. For those without internet access, please call 403-309-8411. In-person registration will not be available.



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