Boise Parks And Recreation Winter And Spring Activity Guide

Dated: 12/14/2016

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LEARN, MOVE & GROW WITH THE BOISE PARKS AND RECREATION WINTER/SPRING ACTIVITY GUIDE

December13th,2016

If you want to learn a new skill, practice a favorite sport, or maybe try your hand at a hobby, the Boise Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring Activity Guide is the place to find it all.

Boise Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring Activity Guide

The Boise Parks and Recreation’s mission is “to enhance Boise’s quality of life by working in partnership with the community to foster and support citizen well
being and healthy community environments.” The department accomplishes this in numerous ways, including by offering numerous learning opportunities to Boiseans at an affordable price.

The Boise Parks & Recreation Department Activity Guide is published three times a year in December (Winter/Spring), April (Summer), and August (Fall). Classes are offered from all ages, from child to teen to adult. Whether you have always wanted to learn marital arts, or think pottery might be your favorite new hobby, there is sure to be a class to catch your attention.

This guide is stocked full of information that you will find useful. If you are on the hunt for an afterschool program for your kid, you can find information about this on page four. If you need a spring break camp to enroll you child in, peruse the guide to find a camp that will match your kid’s interests and age.

If your little ones are a little shaky in the ice rink, sign them up for ice skating lessons! if you’re the one who doesn’t feel secure in ice skates, adult lessons are offered as well.

Before you think the Boise Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring Activity Guide only has offerings for kiddos, you’ll want to check out adult classes. Maybe you can become the next Tiger Woods with golf lessons. Or, perhaps you want to make sure your rose garden blooms this year with gardening classes. Whatever your passion, you will find an interesting class to match in this handy guide.

You can view the full guide here in a PDF or here in Issue.

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