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Start planning your summer swim lessons and activities with the new “Big Book of Fun,” brought to you by Roseville Parks, Recreation & Libraries.
The 2013 Summer Recreation Guide is available online and was delivered to all Roseville residents last month.
Sign up for swim lessons at any of Roseville’s three pools; classes fill up quickly, so register early. Also, be sure to mark your calendar for the opening of the Roseville Aquatics Complex on Memorial Day weekend.
Summer is a great time to be a kid or teen in Roseville, thanks to a variety of summer day camps, including nature, engineering, gymnastics, science and adventure themes. For extra excitement and enjoyment, look to the marquee day camps, such as Camp Roseville and Teen Scene, featuring fields trips and special events.
And summer isn’t just for the kids! Adults can stay active with dance classes, book clubs, golf, and safety programs. New this summer is archery for adults; the bow and arrow activity has always been popular among kids, but now it’s time for grown-ups to join in the fun.
To view the 2013 Summer Recreation Guide and register for activities, visit roseville.ca.us/parks.