Starting Aug. 31, Sarnia residents can register for fall programs as the City returns to a full recreation program lineup.

The fall programming session kicks off Sept. 12 and runs until Dec. 22, with a fully populated lineup of programming for the first time in two years. The City will offer a variety of programs, classes and activities suiting a diverse selection of interests.

“We’re beyond excited to be welcoming the public back for another session, one featuring the full range of programming our participants have come to enjoy. We have something for every interest from arts to fitness and so much more,” said Recreation Superintendent Shelley Kern.

Participants can expect both new programs and old favourites.

New programs include magic lessons, jam sessions, core conditioning and beginner woodworking craft. Established programs such as photography, language lessons, leather carving, yoga, and guitar will return.

The weekly Facts and Chat series will be back this fall, once again featuring information from community agencies on an array of topics for older adults.

Indoor sports leagues operating out of school gymnasiums will also open for registration on Aug. 31.

Residents can visit www.sarnia.ca/RecRegistration to view the full programming lineup and register.

For assistance call the Strangway Centre at 519.332.0656 or email strangway@sarnia.ca.