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William Lutsky

5–12yrs

This program fosters social development and physical literacy skills, and allows your child to experience a variety of program options.

DaysTimeStart# of ClassesMember/Non-MemberProgram CodeRegistrationAlso at This Time
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu6:00pm - 8:30pmJul 01---Member: Included
Non-Member: Drop-In
Drop-InDrop-InOther Activities
Sat, Sun9:00am - 12:15pmJul 01---Member: Included
Non-Member: Drop-In
Drop-InDrop-InOther Activities

William Lutsky

View Larger Map 1975 111 ST NW
Edmonton, AB T6J 7C6
Phone: 780-439-9622
  • Aquatics
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  • Aquatics Programs
  • Camps
  • Child Care
  • Education and Training
  • Health and Fitness

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