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    Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation is proud to power Living Well In LO through the many recreation, education, and human services programs that contribute to the healthy and active lifestyles of our community.

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    Registration for LO residents and non-residents is now open at loparks.org

    Young lacrosse enthusiasts learn the fundamentals of women’s lacrosse in a fun environment.

    Program runs April-May on weekends.

    For the 2015 season, L.O. Parks & Recreation to...

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    Spend your school day off at the Farm. Enjoy games, crafts and activities while learning about organic gardening. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Wear closed toed shoes.

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    Build your own Fairy Garden and tiny Fairies to live there. Earn your own fairy wings and learn the magical fairy dance. Join in the fun Fairy Garden Party complete with mini cupcakes to decorate. Campers will spend time outdoors in the Children’s Garden rain or shine, so please dress in layers and wear closed toed shoes.

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  • 2015 Winter Spring Parks & Recreation Activities Guide
    Discover all the ways Parks & Recreation promotes Living Well in LO.  Registration for winter spring classes opens at 10am, December 8 for residents and ACC Members and on December 15 for non-residents. Register online at www.loparks.org. You can view the fall catalog under Supporting...
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    Young Masters Art Class

    Give students a wide variety of art making experiences and techniques for an expanded creative toolbox. Learn to use a variety of techniques including drawing, painting, printing, stamping, sculpture and collage to create unique works of art.

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    Cross-country skiing is a great way to experience winter on Mt. Hood. We start the day off with a beginner to intermediate lesson on the basics of skiing before we hit the trails. This trip is a great way to learn to ski, improve on your current skills, and meet new people. Bring your own lunch and we’ll provide a hot drink...