Mississauga centres back to Full Activities, New Programs
The City of Mississauga, announced on Monday, that its recreational centres will have a variety of exciting spring programs and activities for all the family members.
Whether you love swimming, golf, Zumba, yoga, tennis, reading, music or drawing, there’s something for everyone no matter your age, interest, or ability.
Spring programs are scheduled to start on April 18 and include a variety of swimming lessons, aquatic exercise, art, dance, sports, preschool programming, fitness classes, skating, and hockey programs.
On March 14 at 6 a.m., residents can visit activemississauga.ca to browse a wide variety of programs like swimming, group exercise classes, health and wellness, sports activities, author talks, book clubs, and creative classes. Activemississauga.ca is easy to use, mobile-friendly, and provides simple search, bookmark, and registration features. In addition to the website, residents will continue to have access to in-person customer service support from knowledgeable staff at all local community centres, libraries, and the Recreation customer service centre.
On March 21 at 6 a.m., online and in-person registration will be open for all Mississauga residents. The following week, all non-residents interested in signing up for spring programs can do so starting on March 28 at 6 a.m.
The City’s new Float Fit program is for those who can swim and are ages 15 and up. Similar to stand-up paddleboarding, Float Fit adds a new dimension to a full body workout on an aqua mat. This course provides a variety of training strategies including high intensity interval training (HIIT), yoga, core and body-weight exercises all while balancing on a floating mat.
Mississauga’s library locations are an excellent place to find a cozy spot to read the newest novel from your favourite author, catch up on some work or just spend some quiet time. Library customers can participate in a variety of virtual programs for all ages like storytimes, author talks, book clubs, teen social clubs and much more. City libraries also provide new and innovative ways to connect with digital resources and online services available in Mississauga. To see what’s available and what’s happening at your local library, visit mississaugalibrary.ca.
In addition to the visual art classes currently offered, the City recently introduced a new series of digital art classes. Explore the world through the lens of a digital camera and make a virtual splash with digital paint. Find a class that is right for you based on your age and skill level. Classes are affordable and use free open source software for app and web design, graphic design, animation and more. For more information, visit: mississauga.ca/culture.
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