Recreation Programming: Designing Leisure Experiences
Sagamore Publishing LLC, 2008 - Recreation - 452 pages
Used in numerous universities throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, this book provides programming insights for educators, practitioners, and students. The book will present readers with the vital tools necessary in providing successful programs for their patrons.
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