SF Rec and Park Announces Best Last Minute Holiday Gift: Winter Recreation Registration

SAN FRANCISCO – For San Franciscans who are procrastinating on their holiday shopping and cannot decide on what to get their loved ones this holiday season, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced 2015 winter recreation registration that has fun and healthy activities for everyone in the family.  The winter recreation activities feature fun programming like fishing at Lake Merced, rock climbing on Mt. Tam, Theater Stage Design at Mission Art Center, Yoga at neighborhood recreation centers, Senior Tango, Kids Art at Sharon Art Studio, and so many more.


There are three ways to register for the recreation and park activities, one is to register online at www.sfreconline.org, and in person at McLaren Lodge located in Golden Gate Park, or at one of the registration sites throughout the City.  For more information about SF Rec and Park’s recreation activities, please visit www.sfrecpark.org.  Scholarships are available for eligible children and families.  In addition, the Department also offer specialized adaptive recreation programs as well as inclusion services that welcome people of all abilities to participate in the City’s parks, programs, and events, information can be found through: https://sfrecpark.org/adaptive-recreation


“As another year draws to a close, and we celebrate the holidays with our loved ones, we are reminded of just how special San Francisco is and the role SF Rec and Park plays as the City’s public recreation provider,” said Phil Ginsburg, SF Rec and Park General Manager.  “No better gift for our kids and families than healthy and fun recreation activities this holiday season!”


The SF Rec and Park Scholarship Program helps to provide San Francisco residents the opportunity to take part in public recreational programs and classes, which foster human development, promote health and wellness and increase cultural unity.  Ever year SF Rec and Park offered more than 8,000 scholarships to families living in San Francisco.  As a result, they received more than $1 million worth of recreation programming.



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