A new Fun Guide will launch March 1st, providing Peterborough residents a comprehensive listing for City-run recreational and leisure programs, as well as children’s day camps.
The larger, more extensive Fun Guide replaces both the previous Recreation Division Leisure & Culture Guide, and the Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre Live Life Well program guide. The new guide includes recreational and leisure programs and children’s day camps, as well as a listing of parks, natural spaces, trails, and bikeways. Lifelong learning opportunities, free community events and festivals, public art installations, and film, photo and art exhibitions are also listed.
Peterborough Fun Guide
“We recognized the need for a handy reference for all city-related leisure programs and services and decided to expand its purpose to include the beautiful natural areas of Peterborough, as well as the free or low-cost cultural and creative events throughout the City,” says Jennifer Lambert, marketing and graphic design coordinator with the City of Peterborough.
The new Fun Guide will be available at most City recreation and leisure facilities, as well as City Hall and the Recreation Division office on Wolfe Street. The guide is also available online here.