We're Out of Summer Recreation Activity Guides

But there's a much easier way to sign up for classes, lessons & other activities

Nancy Goodspeed 509.625.6297

Thursday, June 19, 2014 at Midnight

Summer has been busy already! We know that based on the fact that even with an increased print run of guides, we are out of the printed version.

But not to worry, it’s all online. And online actually is the fastest way to register with our interactive guide. It’s got all of the information you’ll need to pick out some great classes, sign up for swim lessons, or try out our youth camps. It's all available on www.spokaneparks.org

And don’t forget that you can also sign up with My Spokane by calling 509.625.6200.

So, check out the information online and then sign up today. We’ll be waiting to hear from you!

About Parks & Recreation

City of Spokane Parks and Recreation is responsible for the professional management and prudent caretaking of more than 4,100 acres of developed parks and conservation land. The Golf Division maintains and operates four championship municipal golf courses, including Indian Canyon, Downriver, Esmeralda and the Creek at Qualchan. Park Operations has responsibility for the maintenance of all park land and park facilities in the City of Spokane including Riverfront Park, Manito Park, Gaiser Conservatory, the many city-wide gardens, and Finch Arboretum. Urban Forestry staff manages 50,000 street trees and another 28,000 trees on developed park land within the City of Spokane. The Recreation/Entertainment Division offers classes, special events, athletic leagues and activities for youth, teens, adults, seniors and persons with physical and mental disabilities. It also operates Riverfront Park attractions, activities and events, and provides recreational support for community centers, senior centers, the Northeast Youth Center, Corbin Art Center and six outdoor Aquatics Centers. For more information, visit spokaneparks.org, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.