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Registration for Port Huron Parks and Recreation 2023 fall programming to begin Thursday, Sept. 21

By The Port Huron Parks and Recreation

PORT HURON, Mich.— Beginning Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8 a.m. residents of the City of Port Huron are welcome to register for the Port Huron Recreation Department’s upcoming fall programming.

Nonresidents may register starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 22. Due to a partnership with Fort Gratiot, Burtchville, Clyde, and Port Huron Townships, their township residents receive the City of Port Huron’s resident rate.

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Popular returning programs and events for fall include the Halloween Stroll at Sanborn Park, Lakeside Cemetery History Tour, lacrosse, karate, dance, Walk Michigan, acrylic pours painting and more.

In addition to these returning programs, the Recreation Department is offering a new Intro to Skateboarding Clinic. Participants, ages five or older, are welcome to try skateboarding for one day and learn the basics of controlling a skateboard and establishing balance with instructor Rich Pond. Skateboards and helmets will be provided for all participants. City of Port Huron residents and our township partners are $20 per participant for this clinic.

For individuals wishing to register, registration is available in person at the Palmer Park Recreation Center at 2829 Armour St. in Port Huron, online at www.porthuronrec.com<http://www.porthuronrec.com>, by mail, or by fax to 810-984-0192. Cash, credit or debit card, and check are accepted. Checks may be made payable to the City of Port Huron.

Registration forms may be downloaded at www.porthuronrec.com/forms or are available at the Palmer Park Recreation Center.

The Port Huron Recreation Department provides a safe, fun, and active recreation and learning environment for adults and youth. Individuals may attend programs, clubs, camps and special events throughout the year. For more information or questions, please call the Recreation Department at 810-984-9760.

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