Year-long rec admission passes for Delta kids of certain age

Passes are available for an annual $5 administration fee

Skating sessions are part of the year-long passes offered to kids in Delta.

Delta students in grades 5, 6, 8 and 8 are invited to pick up their drop-in admission pass for Delta Parks, Recreation & Culture facilities.

The one-year passes, available for an annual $5 administration fee, are valid from Sept. 1, 2015 until Aug. 31, 2016 and are available for pick-up at Delta recreation facilities, including North Delta Recreation Centre and Sungod Recreation Centre.

With a pass, students will be able to attend unlimited drop-in programs, including skates, swims, art classes and open gyms.

Also, a youth, young adult or adult attending with the student will be charged at the family admission fee rate, rather than the regular admission fee.



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