News from Desert Recreation District:
Indio, CA (November 27, 2018) – Join the fun this season at one of our Desert Recreation District (DRD) Winter Activities, where we offer a variety of fun for the whole family!
- SANTA’S HOTLINE
Kids have your wish list ready and talk to Santa, Mrs. Claus, Frosty, one of the reindeer or maybe even an elf. Santa’s Hotline is open from December 11 – 13, 5 – 9 p.m. PST. Call 1-855-SANTA-4-KIDS (1-855-726-8245).
- WINTER HOLIDAY MOVIE – Arthur Christmas – This fun holiday flick starts at 6 p.m. at Indio Community Center Park – Friday, Dec 7
- HOLIDAY FOOD & GIFT DRIVE
Now through December 18 – Bring a smile to a child’s face and a sigh of relief to families in need this holiday season by donating. Turn frowns upside-down by bringing a canned food item, new toy (unwrapped) or a blanket to any DRD Community Center during regular operating hours – no cash donations, please. PLEASE DONATE TODAY!
- CANDY CANE LANES
Enjoy yummy holiday treats like cookies, candy canes, and more. Activities, games, and contests for all ages!
- Jerry Rummonds’ Senior & Community Center, Thermal – Fri, Dec 7, 3 – 5 p.m.
- North Shore Beach & Yacht Club in North Shore – Sat, Dec 15, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- HOLIDAY POT LUCK WITH ARTS & CRAFTS
Enjoy the holiday season with your neighbors at the Indio Hills Community Center. Bring your favorite holiday dish for everyone to enjoy, and we’ll have arts & crafts for the kids, too. Friday, December 14, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
- WINTER ALL-DAY CAMPS FOR KIDS
Indio and Palm Desert Community Centers both offer a variety of activities and entertainment during winter break from school for those 5- 14 years old. 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Session 1: Dec 26 – 28 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) • Session 2: Jan 2 – 4 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Visit MyRecreationDistrict.com for more information, or visit us at 45-305 Oasis Street in Indio, 760-347-3484
About Desert Recreation District
The Desert Recreation District (DRD) is the largest park and recreation district in California, covering over 1,800 square miles and serving more than 385,000 residents throughout the greater Coachella Valley. DRD manages, maintains and assists in maintaining over 30 parks and recreation facilities; creates and delivers quality programs, services and classes; and, facilitates leisure opportunities through partnerships – this community collaborative approach allows us to provide barrier-free and safe recreational activities. DRD strives to ensure the public receives personal benefits such as physical fitness, relaxation and revitalization; social benefits in the form of stronger and healthier families and enriching the lives for persons with disabilities, and economic benefits through more productive and healthier citizens and increased tourism.
CONTACT: Noelle Furon, 760-347-3484, [email protected]