Summer 2017 Parks & Recreation Program Guide now available - Tucson News Now

Summer 2017 Parks & Recreation Program Guide now available

(Source: Oro Valley) (Source: Oro Valley)
ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Summer is just around the corner, but the Summer 2017 Parks and Recreation Program Guide for Oro Valley is already here, so get a jump-start on planning your summer activities and camps for the kids! The guide also includes details on recreational programs for all age groups, aquatics and special events through August 2017.

Speaking of special events, the Town of Oro Valley will host its own July 4th fireworks show this year at Naranja Park. Complete details are on the back cover of your Summer Program Guide.

The Guide is currently available online as a printable PDF or as a digital reader. Hard copies coming soon.

Recreation Program Guide by Tucson News Now on Scribd

Digital reader: Click here or copy/paste this URL into your web browser:
http://issuu.com/orovalley/docs/summerprogramguide2017_web?e=7482389/46309450.

Printable PDF: Click here or copy/paste this URL into your web browser:
https://www.orovalleyaz.gov/sites/default/files/media/docs/2017/recreation-program-guide.pdf.

For more information on Oro Valley Parks & Recreation, visit www.orovalleyaz.gov/parksandrec.

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