Registration for Alexandria’s winter recreation program, with activities ranging from dog obedience training to cooking, opens soon.
On Wednesday, December 18, registration will open online and in person for city residents at the Registration and Reservation Office at Lee Center (1108 Jefferson Street). Registration for nonresidents starts Dec. 20.
There are over a hundred classes and activities available, such as athletic programs, social clubs, and creative arts. Winter recreation programs from from January to mid-April.
New programs for 2020 include a Dining Etiquette for Youth program, in which teens between the ages of 13 and 17 can learn “appropriate dinner conduct and conversation,” and an Intro to Scottish Dancing class for ages 18 and older.
Additional classes include camps for students over spring break, including a nature camp and a lifeguard certification program.
Pricing for the programs range between approximately $50 to $325. A full catalog for all of the programs can be found here.
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