WELCOME TO RECREATION SERVICES!
Our mission is to create a better community through people, programs, places and experiences. We strive to achieve our mission by providing recreational and special event programming for personal enrichment, fitness and well-being for people of all ages.
What's Happening in Recreation Services?
Cooking With Diane
Gluten and sugar-free meals that nourish the soul, as well as the stomach!
Fall Swim Opportunities
Donít stop enjoying the water because summer is
over. Check out these opportunities:
Baby Seals Swim Academy
These year-round swim classes in our indoor pool are designed to promote water safety for infants and young children. Parent participation may be required. Registration and supply fees are payable to the instructor. Learn more and register at www.baby-seals.com!
Central Cal Diving
Beginning divers will learn the very basics of springboard diving. Instruction on jumping, hurdling, front dive, back dive, and somersaults. Returning divers will continue to be challenged and sharpen their skills. All abilities welcome. Questions? Call Donna, 434-2486. Learn more and register online!
Paso Robles Diving Team
For divers who have their sights on Olympic competition, Cariís progressive skill development program will help you reach your goal. Divers will compete at venues from San Diego to Oregon. For those who want to take their skills to the highest level - then this team is for you! Please call Cari, 226-8996, for registration information.
For more information on regularly scheduled classes, visit pickleballpasorobles.shutterfly.com, or call Jack Hodges at 949-547-2251.
When inactive, the Centennial Park Pickleball courts are locked, use code: 1031
A Message from Julie Dahlen
Director - Library and Recreation Services
Our Cityís most recent economic forecast is cause for optimism. During tougher financial times, we in the Department of Library and Recreation Services were especially grateful for the support of our nonprofit groups: the REC Foundation, Friends of the Library and the Library Foundation. This support continues to be vital as we now begin to restore and enhance LRS services.
The fall Activity Guide cover features "BookPlates," a Library Foundation event scheduled for Saturday, November 22 at the City Library. It will be the third year for this event, which has raised over $10,000 in support of the Library. The evening features beautiful ceramic plates painted and fired by local artists and offered for sale in a silent auction. JLohr wines, Firestone Walkerís 805 beer, gourmet appetizers and live music round out the festivities.
A recreational activity supporting library services and promoting the arts - what better way to spend a fall evening? Hope to see you there!