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Parks & Rec Updates Summer Program Guide, Registration Begins May 20

Post Date:05/15/2020 3:55 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                    

May 15, 2020

Contact: Eric Veal

Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Assistant Director,

309/434-2260 – eveal@cityblm.org

 

City of Bloomington Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Updates Summer Program Guide
Registration Begins May 20 for residents, May 27 for non-residents

BLOOMINGTON, IL– The City of Bloomington’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts department has updated their Summer 2020 Program Guide to focus on classes and programs available to register for the summer, in order to comply with guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

“This revised guide focuses on recreation programming that our staff has recreated for the community,” says Eric Veal, PRCA Assistant Director, adding, “All programming available will fall within the safety guidelines set by the most current stay-at-home order issued by Governor Pritzker.”

 

Generally, youth sports education, zoo education, adult fitness, dance, art, cooking, teen, and day camp programs will be available with some degree of modification. Paddle boats and mini-golf will also be available. Senior and S.O.A.R. programming, sports leagues, concerts, special events, BCPA activities, aquatics, and splash pads will not be available.

 

Some program offerings assume advancement to Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois plan. Programming is subject to change.

 

The updated guide is available online, with limited paper copies available beginning next week at Grossinger Motors Arena (exterior windows at Front and Madison), Monday-Friday, 8 am-4:30 pm.

 

Summer registration for Bloomington residents will begin May 20. Non-resident registration will begin May 27.  

 

For information, please contact the City of Bloomington’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department at (309) 434-2260 or (309) 434-2410, or visit BloomingtonParks.org.

 

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