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Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department offers variety of programs

Salisbury Parks and Recreation offers the following programs for July.
For more information, call 704-216ńPLAY or visit www.salisburync.gov/pkrec.
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– Rock the Pool 4th of July Celebration ó 1ń5 p.m., July 4, Lincoln Pool, $2 residents/$4 non-residents.
– Bike Safety Week ó 9 a.m.-4 p.m., July 6-10, Civic Center, no charge.
– Youth Movie Night for Ages 11-17 ó 6ń9 p.m., July 10, City Park Center, $7 residents/$14 non-residents.
– Scrapbooking by Creative Memories ó 10 a.m.ń3 p.m. July 11, City Park Center, $13 per class.
– Cooking with Cheerwine for ages 8-14 ó 10ń11 a.m., July 11, City Park Center, $6 residents/$12 non-residents, $2 material fee.
– Volleyball Camp ó 9 a.m. -1 p.m., July 13-17, Hall Gym, $40 residents/$80 non-residents.
– Martial Arts Camp ó 9 a.m.ń1 p.m., July 20-24, City Park Center, $55 residents/$110 non-residents.
– Water Exercise Class, Session I ó 10:45ń11:45 a.m., July 14, 16, 21 and 23, Lincoln Pool, $16 residents/$32 non-residents.
– Crab Cake Cookin’-The Carolina Way ó 11 a.m., July 18, City Park Center, $10 residents/$20 non-residents, $4 material fee.
– Blood Drive ó 7:30 a.m. ń5:30 p.m., July 21, Civic Center.
– Water Mania Games ó 11 a.m.-noon, July 24, Jersey City Park, 50 cents residents/$1 non-residents.
– Diet Coke Geysers ó 11 a.m.-noon., July 25, City Park Center, $5 residents/$10 non-residents, $4 material fee.
– 12th Annual Run/Walk for the Greenway 5K ó 8 a.m., July 25, Prescott Greenway Section ń Overton Elementary, $15 advance registration by July, 22, $20 day of race registration. Call 704 638-5275 for more details.
– Family Day at Lincoln Pool ó 1-5 p.m., July 26, $4 residents/$8 non-residents.
– Wrestling Camp ó 9 a.m. -1 p.m., July 27-31, Hall Gym, $40 residents/$80 non-residents.
– Swing with Susie Tennis ó 9 a.m.ń1 p.m., July 27-31, Civic Center, no charge.
– Hump Day Disc Golf Tournament ó 6 p.m., July 29, Kelsey Scott Park, $5 general registration, $5 optional ace pool
– Water Mania Games ó 11 a.m.-noon, July 31, Long Street Park, 50 cents residents/$1 non-residents

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