More than 150,000 households in Aurora will get the winter edition of the Aurora Recreation Guide this week – and for the first time, the publication includes a section in Spanish.The quarterly publication features all kinds of recreational activities for Aurora residents.City officials say this edition will feature a dual-language cover with one side in English and one side in Spanish. There will also be a 20-page section in Spanish focused on youth programs.
The city said the Spanish section is not a full translation of all programs offered in English, but it provides Spanish-speaking parents an opportunity to learn about classes and activities - all taught in English - their children can take.
This comes after Parks, Recreation and Open Space added bilingual staff in its customer service department and allocated a phone line for Spanish-speaking customers last spring. Spanish-speaking parents and caregivers can call a designated Spanish phone line at 303-326-8652 to register and get more information about classes.
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