Spring programs for the recreation, lifelong learning and senior center divisions of the Upper Arlington Parks & Recreation Department begin soon.

Spring programs for the recreation, lifelong learning and senior center divisions of the Upper Arlington Parks & Recreation Department begin soon.

The division's "Get Rec Get Set Go!" brochure, featuring activities for preschoolers, youth, teens and adults, will be available in early April.

Registration begins Wednesday, April 8, and can be processed in person at 3600 Tremont Road, online at www.ua-ohio.net , by phone or by mail.

The lifelong learning and leisure catalog is now available, featuring fun and educational classes for adults. Registration begins Monday, March 30.

The spring issue of "Center Stage," detailing the programs offered through the senior center, will be available in mid-April.

Full details on all offerings can be found at www.ua-ohio.net under the Parks, Recreation and Leisure section. Call 583-5000 for more information.

Registration for 2009 Safety Town begins Wednesday, April 8, at the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road.

Safety Town is Upper Arlington's award-winning safety awareness and education program for kindergartners and first-graders. Each year, 400 young graduates leave the program with a head start on staying safe in a number of different situations.

Classes are held at Wickliffe Elementary School, 2405 Wickliffe Road, over a two-week period. Sessions will be offered June 15-26 and July 6-17. Morning sessions meet from 9 a.m. to noon and afternoon sessions from 1 to 4 p.m.

Call 583-5197 or visit www.ua-ohio.net for more information.

Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus and TechUsed will collect used desktop computers, laptops, monitors, hard drives and other computing equipment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at TechUsed, 4231-H Leap Road.

Donated computers will be refurbished and distributed to approximately 75 Franklin County Habitat families in need of home computers. Black desktop monitors and Pentium 4 processors are most needed, but all donations are appreciated.

Computer equipment does not have to be in working order to be donated. TechUsed will securely destroy all data files on donated equipment as part of refurbishing to ensure privacy of any stored information.

Donated computers that may be beyond repair will be disassembled, destroyed and safely recycled.

In exchange for a donation of computer equipment, donors will receive a 25 percent discount off of up to a $500 purchase of new or reusable home improvement materials at Habitat's ReStore. TechUsed will provide donors with a 10 percent discount coupon good for purchases at the TechUsed resale store.

Computer donations can be made at any time at Habitat's Restore at 3140 Westerville Road.

Walk MS: Columbus will be held Saturday, April 18, at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium, 9990 Riverside Drive.

Event proceeds benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Check-in will begin at 7:30 a.m. The fully accessible route is approximately two miles long, and travels through the grounds of the zoo.

The following pledge minimums apply for children participating in the walk:

Age 2 and under: no pledge minimum

Ages 3 to 12: $10 pledge minimum

Age 13 and older: $25 pledge minimum

Those interested may join the team as a walker or volunteer, or make a donation online. For more information, visit the Web site at www.national mssociety.org/goto/fightingforacure.