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Parks spring break special - March 19, 2012

By David Nguyen


This spring break, Portland Parks & Recreation is offering 5 free visits when you buy a 20-visit punch card to any of our community centers.

 

PP&R community centers feature amenities like cardio and weight equipment, swimming pools, water slides, rock climbing walls, fitness classes like yoga, and Zumba, dance, and much more.

 

Purchase your punch card by the 31st - they never expire!

 

Below is a list of the community centers:

 

East Portland Community Center & Pool

740 SE 106 Ave, 503-823-3450

Amenities include indoor basketball court, fitness room, gymnasium, reservable kitchen, meeting room, party room, indoor rock climbing wall, indoor swimming pool, weight room, and numerous fitness classes.

 

Matt Dishman Community Center & Pool

77 NE Knott, 503-823-3673

Amenities include indoor basketball court, fitness room, gymnasium, meeting room, party room, stage, indoor swimming pool, weight room, and numerous fitness classes.

 

Mt Scott Community Center & Pool

5530 SE 72 Ave, 503-823-3183

Amenities include indoor basketball court, fitness room, gymnasium, reservable kitchen, meeting room, party room, roller skating rink, stage, indoor swimming pool with water slides and water play area, weight room, and numerous fitness classes.

 

Southwest Community Center & Pool

6820 SW 45 Ave, 503-823-2840

Amenities include indoor basketball court, fitness room, gymnasium, reservable kitchen, meeting room, party room, rock climbing wall, swimming pool with water slides and water play area, weight room, numerous fitness classes, and WiFi.

 

University Park Community Center

9009 N Foss, 503-823-3631

Amenities include indoor basketball court, computer lab, fitness room, gymnasium, meeting room, party room, indoor rock climbing wall, stage, weight room, numerous fitness classes, and WiFi.

 

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