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There is a small waiting area across from the Information Desk. We do not provide supervision for waiitng children. It is suggested that if the wait is longer than 15 minutes, the parent should remain with the student. Under no circumstances are minors permitted to roam the building unattended.
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The Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center (ARCC) offers classes to the public in a variety of the Arts. Classes in Visual Arts, Music, Dance,Social Dance, Literary, Cultural Arts, and Culinary Arts in addition to Leisure and Special Interest classes such as Dog Obedience, Financial Planning, Exercise, Language classes, Gardening classes, Computer/Technology classes and more.
We offer a reduced fee for passes and recreation programs to youth 17 years of age and younger that are under qualified low income families. Personal income is verified by the South Dakota Department of Labor. Youth who are eligible to participate in the program may sign up for any department activity, class, or season pass at a 70% discount. For more information, contact the Aberdeen PArks, Recreation and Forestry Department at 605-626-7015.
If a class is cancelled due to insufficient registrants, participants are given the opportunity to transfer to another class of equal value or recieve a full refund.
If a registrant requests a refund from an activity that has not been cancelled by the Department, the class fee may be transferred to a credit for another class or activity. If the participant requests a cash refund instead of a credit, a $5.00 per person per activity fee will be deducted from the full refund.
We are always looking for top quality instructors to offer unique courses! We choose class offerings based on participants’ interests and space availability. If you have a special talent, skill or knowledge that you would like to share with others in a class or workshop format, please contact the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center at 605-626-7081.