Rec center sign-ups this weekend

The Carmel Valley Recreation Center will hold signups for their fall program on Saturday, Sept. 6. Numbers will be issued starting at 7 a.m. to reserve a place in line. Registration officially starts at 9 a.m. and as always is first come, first served.

Many popular programs are returning such as Gym Kids, Kid City sports and Leaping Lizards. Dance with Nance will give children the opportunity to learn routines from musical shows like “The Lion King” and the Jonas Brothers’ “Camp Rock” as well as a new hip-hop class. Adults can check out belly dancing, yoga and sports leagues like basketball, volleyball and softball. For more information call (858) 552-1616 or stop by the center at 3777 Townsgate Drive.

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