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Tucson’s fall parks & rec guide now available

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Posted: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 3:00 am

Tucson Parks and Recreation’s Fall 2011 program guide and class catalog has arrived and is available at all department locations.

Limited quantities of the fall edition are available for pick-up at all Parks and Recreation Department facilities, including district offices, centers and pools.

The fall issue can also be viewed online at: www.tucsonaz.gov/


The guide contains complete information on leisure classes, KIDCO After-school, aquatics, sports programs, registration and the discount program.

In addition, the 68-page booklet contains valuable information on other programs and services, including the department’s recreation, senior, and fitness centers, Reid Park Zoo, Tucson City Golf courses and swimming pool locations.

City residents may now for the KIDCO After-school program by using the online system only (www.ezeereg.com). Residents may register for all leisure and adaptive aquatic classes by using either Ezeereg online at: www.ezeereg.com or by phone at 573-3933.  Non-city residents may register for all offerings starting today.

For complete registration or program information, contact registration services at 791-4877.

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