Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for spring arts and recreation programs next week. New program options are viewable now on Look ‘n Book and My Activity Guide, and registration will begin on Tuesday, March 8 at 12:00 noon.
This spring, arts and recreation opportunities return to City of Red Deer facilities without barrier. The provincial Restrictions Exemption Program is no longer, masking mandates have recently been removed, and restrictions on gathering limits have gone by the wayside. This means, that in most situations, program offerings will return to a pre-pandemic state. Hand sanitizer stations, and enhanced cleaning protocols will continue at City facilities. Customers are reminded to interact with kindness as the community will adjust to these measures in different ways.
Spring program offerings are viewable now on My Activity Guide, The City’s online program promotion tool. Programs are viewable in the same fashion as they were in the previously produced paper guide. Customers can create their own custom guide and select categories, age groups and locations relevant to them and their families.
Customers should visit their Look’ n Book accounts prior to registration day to ensure access is up to date. For any questions regarding account access please contact Recreation at 403-309-8411.
Registration for spring programs begins at 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8. There are three ways to register for City of Red Deer programs:
- Online at the Look ’n Book site: http://looknbook.reddeer.ca
- By phone: 403-309-8411
- In person at Collicutt Centre, G.H. Dawe Community Centre or Recreation Centre
Due to a recent software upgrade, those wishing to use credits on their accounts to register for spring programs may do so online via Look ‘n Book.
Summer program registration will occur in early May, 2022. Customers looking for summer content can view program offerings at that time. The summer registration session will include the opportunities for summer day camps.
For more information, please contact:
The City of Red Deer