RMOW Recreation Guide available March 12 

Guide contains complete listing of recreation at various facilities

Whistler's 2011 Spring/Summer Recreation Guide will be available online at whistler.ca on March 12, 2011.

In addition hard copies of the guide will be available at Meadow Park Sports Centre for $2.

The 36-page Spring/Summer Recreation Guide contains a complete listing of recreation classes and facilities, sports programs, aquatics programs, youth and senior services, and cultural arts programs. Youth and adult swim lessons, and lifeguard training are also offered

Registration for Whistler residents begins Sunday, March 20 at 12:01 a.m. by phone 604-935-PLAY(7529) and online at register.whistlerisrecreation.com < http://register.whistlerisrecreation.com/ > , and at 9 a.m. in-person at Meadow Park Sports Centre. Non-residents may register beginning Sunday, March 27.

To register online ensure that you have registered your email address with Meadow Park Sports Centre. You can call 604-935-PLAY(7529) and press '0' to speak to a receptionist between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily, or drop by the front desk and verify your account profile.

The information you will need when registering includes:

1. PIN and barcode (for online registration only). When an account is created a PIN and Barcode is assigned. If you forget your PIN or barcode and would like to register online, visit register.whistlerisrecreation.com < http://register.whistlerisrecreation.com/ > and select the 'My Account' tab. Follow the prompts at Forgot My Login ID (Bar code) or PIN Number and they will be emailed to you immediately.

2.Course name

3.Course number. It helps to have an alternative class in mind, in case your first choice is unavailable.

4.Credit card number and expiry date All registrations must be paid for at time of booking.




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