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City of Burlington’s 2020 Spring/Summer Live and Play Guide Now Available

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*Please see below a media release issued by the City of Burlington.

Burlington, Ont. — Jan. 09, 2020 — The 2020 Spring/Summer Live and Play guide, featuring listings for city recreation, sport and culture programs, is now available at burlington.ca/play and all City facilities.

Registration Details

Online registration will take place on the following dates and times:

DateTime Program
Saturday, Jan. 189 a.m.Spring/Summer programs for:

  • Youth
  • Music
  • Student Theatre
  • Swimming
  • March Break and Summer Camps
Saturday, Feb. 229 a.m.Adult 19+ and 55+ spring and summer programs

Registrations are accepted online at liveandplay.burlington.ca or in-person at the following customer service centre locations: Tansley Woods Community Centre, Brant Hills Community Centre, City Hall and the Burlington Seniors’ Centre (Feb. 22 only). After registration day, in-person registrations will be accepted at all locations.

Visit burlington.ca/servicehours for times.

“I encourage everyone to take a look at what we offer and see the wide variety of programs and services we have. There really is something for everyone. We have facilities and programs in every corner of the City that are run by some of the best operators, staff and instructors. These programs and services are a part of why we’re the number one City in Canada to live and raise a family.” — Chris Glenn, Director of Parks and Recreation, City of Burlington

Changes to the Live and Play Guide

The City of Burlington is phasing-out the Live & Play Guide. The 2020 Spring/Summer edition of the Live & Play Guide will be the last edition. All programs and offerings will remain online and we will continue to provide paper copies of drop-in schedules and registered programs in all City facilities – which we’ve been doing for years. Phasing-out the Live and Play Guide reduces duplication and costs.

Stay up-to-date on Parks and Recreation programs and events by subscribing to the Live and Play e-newsletter at burlington.ca/enews.

For details on how to register for Spring/Summer programs and events, see page two of the guide or visit burlington.ca/registration.

*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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