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March 4, 2013
 

Find springtime fun with Los Al’s Spring Activities Guide

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Los Alamitos Community Center

The following information was released by Los Alamitos Recreation and Community Services.

Hop into spring with the City of Los Alamitos Recreation and Community Services Department! Our Spring 2013 Activities Guide is now available and it’s full of fun things to help you enjoy springtime! Look out for exciting new classes, as well as the return of some of your favorites.

There is definitely something for everyone! Plan ahead and get all the registration information you need for Day Camps, Swim Lessons, Preschool Program, Youth and Adult Sports, and so much more!

Grab a copy at the Community Center at 10911 Oak Street or check it out online at cityoflosalamitos.org. If you have any questions, please contact the Los Alamitos Recreation and Community Services Department at (562) 430-1073.



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