SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is opening its Registration for Fall classes this Saturday at 10am. Residents of San Francisco can browse and sign up for classes and activities that range from Ceramics, to Zumba, to Quidditch — the newest class offering.
Quidditch, originally played in the Harry Potter series, will be held at Miraloma Playground for ages 10-17. This is just one of 1300 classes being offered from August through the end of December — including Winter School Break Camps.
SF Rec & Park has gone through great lengths to ensure that there is something for people of all ages in all parts of the city. Other highlights include Coed Flag Football League for boys and girls ages 8-13, archery, Vinyasa Yoga for adults, martial arts, glassblowing, robotics, dance, cooking, and SCUBA diving.
“Our recreation activities span the entire city, there is truly something for everyone — whether it’s crafty, athletic, or leisure,” said Phil Ginsburg, San Francisco Rec & Park General Manager. “Just because it’s back-to-school doesn’t mean kids shouldn’t be having fun.”
To sign up, San Francisco residents will have to create an online account and choose their classes at SFRecOnline.org. Residents can also register in person at one of 12 recreation centers.