Photo gallery: Monterey recreation gets into the holiday spirit

Christmas hits Oak Bay’s adult recreation centre

Santa hats and holiday sweaters got volunteers into the seasonal spirit as they decorated Monterey Centre and its three trees this week.

Members even heard a few carols as the volunteers decked the halls.

The community recreation centre located in the heart of Oak Bay village, offers courses for members and adult non-members aged 19 and older. Monterey Members (50 years and better) receive a savings of 15 per cent on Monday to Friday daytime courses.

Membership is $44 a year ($45 in 2018).


 

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