Saturday, Aug. 25 – Sport and Recreation Expo
10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Secret Lake Park Recreation Center
200 N. Triplet Lake Drive
Who would’ve thought the tiny town of Casselberry had so much going on? Sure, it may be a speck of a city, squished between bigger players like Altamonte Springs and Sanford, but Casselberry knows how to keep both residents and visitors active with its wide-ranging schedule of classes and programs. Ballroom dancing, art workshops, yoga sessions, paddleboarding – you name it, they most likely offer it, and for only a nominal fee. Don’t just take our word for it, experience it yourself at the Sport and Recreation Expo, where city of Casselberry program instructors will be onsite to offer more info and sign you up. What’s more, you’ll get to try-before-you-buy with free Zumba, kayaking and other activities being offered in the park throughout the day. – Aimee Vitek
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