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Free summer programs offered

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The City of Winnipeg is offering several free recreation options for kids across northeast Winnipeg to keep them busy this summer.

Ten sites will host the Children’s Summer Adventure Club for kids aged six to 12. Activities include arts, crafts, games, and sports. The local sites include: Bernie Wolfe School (95 Bournais Dr.), Donwood School (400 Donwood Dr.), East End Cultural and Leisure Centre (575 Larsen Ave.), Elmwood (Roxy ) Park (380 Henderson Hwy.), Hampstead School (920 Hampstead Ave.), Kent Road School (361 Kent Rd.), Oxford Heights Community Centre (359 Dowling Ave. E.), Prince Edward School (649 Brazier St.), River East Arena (1410 Rothesay St.), and Valley Gardens Community Centre (218 Antrim Rd.).

As well, there will be youth action centres run from July 2 to Aug. 8 at four locations. The Bernie Wolfe School, Oxford Heights Community Centre, and Salisbury Morse Place School (795 Prince Rupert Ave.) centres are all open to kids 12 to 18, while the Elmwood High School centre is for those aged 13 to 18. The centres include basketball, volleyball, crafts, floor hockey, board games, badminton, video games, and other special events.

Each centre has its own hours of operation, while dates, hours, and locations are all subject to change. For more information, visit http://winnipeg.ca/cms/recreation/pdfs/Free_programs.pdf

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