Customer appreciation at Lewis Centre

Courtenay Recreation is celebrating its customers as the Lewis Centre expands.

Courtenay Recreation is celebrating all of its loyal customers for continuing to make health, wellness, and recreation a priority as the Lewis Centre expands.

Customers are invited from Oct. 9 to 13 at the Lewis Centre, Filberg Centre or the LINC Youth Centre to get in on one of the many free activities taking place throughout the week.

Free fitness classes, childminding, youth centre drop-in, weight room entrance, and crafts for the kids are only some of the ways you are being thanked.

The Customer Appreciation Café will also be back this year and will feature healthy goodies in the mornings and popcorn in the afternoons. Or, come tell us why you love Courtenay Recreation, and get in on one of our free daily draws.

For construction updates, visit Call the Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371 or the Filberg Centre at 250-338-1000 for customer appreciation details.

— Courtenay Recreation

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