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Register for summer fun at the rec center

by | May 20, 2015 | Uncategorized

From Staff Reports

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Standard registration is available online for summer fun at Wylie Recreation Center. Pass holders can save 15 percent during registration on most summer camps and workshops. Classes include fitness activities, camps, anime and other arts workshops, cheerleading, sports, STEM camps and much more online and in person. Staff members are available to help parents plan their kids’ summer activities.

Parents may register their children for a three-month kids’ Rec Pass, $40 for kids age 3 – 16; only $30 for Wylie youngsters. With the Rec Pass, kids may access Open Gym and Open Climb during May, June and July.

New this year is the Fitness Flex Reg program. Choose from any of the scheduled Zumba, Barre Fitness, Boot Camp, Indoor Cycling, Kickboxing and Yoga classes and pay per class. Enjoy a varied fitness regimen with scheduling flexibility and take the opportunity to sample classes without a month-long commitment.

The Wylie Senior Rec Center also has activities planned. Those that wish to get out of town can take a trip to the Art Center of Plano, the Dallas Arts District or register for a Caribbean cruise. For the active senior, Ballroom Dance lessons, chair exercises and decoupage are just a small portion of the activities available.

For more information, call 972-516-6360 or email [email protected] Visit wylietexas.gov to see the online course and activities catalogue, and register online at apm.activecommunities.com/wylie.

 

 

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