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OV announces first-ever Fall Parks & Recreation Guide

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Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 12:21 pm

The Town of Oro Valley is proud to announce the publication of its first-ever Fall Parks & Recreation Guide.The guide includes details on recreational programs for all age groups, aquatics and special events through December 2013.

"This is the first time the Town has published a comprehensive guide for the entire season, and we plan to produce a similar guide for our spring offerings," said Parks and Recreation Director Kristy Diaz-Trahan. "There are some exciting things happening in Oro Valley, and this is one of the ways we're keeping the community informed."

The guide is alreadyavailable online, both as a digital reader and a printable PDF. A limited quantity of hard copies will be available August 20 at various Parks & Rec locations, Town Hall and the Oro Valley Public Library. Additionally, this is the first publication the Town has featured with its new digital reader software, which is also ideal for mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones.

Digital reader - Click here or copy/paste this URL into your web browser:

http://issuu.com/orovalley/docs/parks_and_rec_program_guide_fall_20?e=7482389/4391487

Printable PDF - Click here or copy/paste this URL into your web browser:

http://www.orovalleyaz.gov/sites/default/files/media/files/Parks%20and%20Recreation/docs/2013/recreation-program-guide.pdf

For more information on the Town's Parks and Recreation Department, visit www.orovalleyaz.gov/parksandrec.

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