Spring is just around the corner, and so is the new South Dundas Recreation Guide.
Ben MacPherson, recreation programming coordinator for South Dundas is planning to finalize the spring/summer guide by the end of February.
Already some new offerings will be part of the guide including a gluten-free cooking class and a Qigong movement and meditation class.
New offerings like these are made possible by new instructors coming forward to share their talents.
Samantha Gove will be leading the gluten-free cooking class and Kim Hutt the Qiqong class.
“What I am looking for right now is for any other instructors interested in sharing their skills by teaching a new class to contact me,” said MacPherson.
Anyone with a program or a program idea is welcome to contact MacPherson to discuss the details.
Most importantly, contact him before February 15 so that the new program can be included in the next edition of the Recreation Guide.
MacPherson can be reached by telephone at 613-543-2937 or via email at email@example.com
The Rec. Guide is scheduled to be distributed before the March break, to let the community know about the March break programming that is available within South Dundas.