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Burnaby Residents Offered Priority Registration for Fall Recreation Programs

Burnaby residents will have the first opportunity to register for recreation programs this fall, with advanced registration for residents available October 1.

General registration will open October 4, giving locals a three-day priority window to register for a wide variety of arts, music, fitness and recreation programs taking place at Burnaby’s recreation facilities and parks this fall, including skating lessons at Bill Copeland Sports Centre and the Kensington Complex.

“Participating in programs is a great way to stay healthy and active for people of all ages as the days get shorter,” said Mayor Mike Hurley. “We know Burnaby’s programs are very popular across the region, which is why we’re pleased to give residents the first chance to sign up.” 

Our fall program list includes activities exclusively for seniors, such as 55+ line dancing, chair yoga and tai chi. View all age-specific programs:

To register for programs, visit, or call the facility where the program is taking place.

To allow space for physical distancing at recreation facilities, only patrons registered for activities will be permitted inside. There will be directional signage set up throughout the facilities to control traffic flow.

Participants should bring their own pre-filled water bottle and come dressed to participate in their activity. Those who are sick or who are feeling unwell are asked to stay home.

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