The leaves have fallen and the snow is flying. It's time to shift gears into cold weather mode for recreational activities in and around the Truckee Meadows. If you need some ideas about things to do, check out these recreation guides from the cities of Reno and Sparks.
Reno Parks and Recreation Program Brochure for fall/winter, 2012-2013.
Image courtesy City of Reno
In Reno, the city's Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has a whole host of choices for recreation during fall and winter, including dance, fitness, pools and aquatics, senior activities, youth programs, sports, shelter and facilitie rentals, ice skating at Rink on the River, and lots more. Learn about the who, what, when, and where in the "Reno Recreation Program Brochure" for fall/winter 2012-2013. My article tells where to get a paper copy and how to download it from the city's website.
The City of Sparks Parks and Recreation Department puts out a similar publication called the "Sparks Recreation Activity Guide". It covers the same season as Reno's and includes activities like aquatics and swimming, dance, arts, Kids Out-of-School Programs, senior programs, adult sports, and information about community centers. As with Reno, my articles tells you where to get a paper copy and how to download it from the Sparks website.
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