Milwaukee Recreation

MILWAUKEE RECREATION ACTIVATES THE CITY Fall Activity Guide now available Milwaukee Recreation’s Fall 2003 Activity Guide is now available and being mailed to every city of Milwaukee household. The 64-page booklet contains hundreds of fun and affordable activities for youth, teens, adults, and seniors. This fall, subscribers to Milwaukee Recreation’s free electronic newsletter, Recreational Reader, will have the opportunity to register for classes on-line. To sign up for Recreational Reader and receive on-line registration information, visit “After a busy summer, we’re still hard at work,” says Mary Gissal, Milwaukee Recreation’s director. “The Fall Activity Guide contains hundreds of great opportunities for everyone in Milwaukee to learn new skills, improve health through physical activity, and spend time with family and friends.” The Fall Activity Guide contains over 70 new classes, including Rocket Science 101, Little Hooper’s Basketball for Girls, Drumline, Introduction to Graphic Arts, Fundamental Recording Techniques, Pet Grooming, Home Buying, Arthritis Relief, and Curling. Fall sign-up ends on September 5, but classes often fill much sooner. Those who do not receive the Activity Guide by Wednesday, August 27 should call (414) 475-8180. You may also download a “searchable” copy from, or visit any Milwaukee Public Library to obtain a copy. Milwaukee Recreation is a non-profit department of Milwaukee Public Schools, established in 1911 to provide the entire community with affordable and enriching recreational activities. For more information about Milwaukee Recreation, visit or contact Don Hoffman, director of the MPS Office of Communications and Public Affairs, at (414) 475-8274. ### Brian M. Hoffer Milwaukee Public Schools Department of Recreation and Community Services 5225 W. Vliet St., Room 163 Milwaukee, WI 53208 T 414.475.8938 F 414.475.8541 Milwaukee Recreation — Experience Life