Youth action network

Rossland has a new youth coordinator who’s putting together fun for the community’s kids.

Youth Action Network

Rossland has a new youth coordinator who’s putting together fun for the community’s kids.

Mike Kent is working at creating opportunities around a parkour club, art workshops, dances, movie nights and more.

Check out the Facebook page and “like” it to receive updates.

To email Mike directly to discuss programming opportunities, ideas, sponsorship or to inquire about committees, contact yancoordinator@gmail.com.

• Beginner Parkour for youth 12-18 years is starting next week in the Annex. This is a pilot project to see the level of interest in starting a Parkour Club. Drop in sessions will be on Mondays and Thursdays, starting Nov. 18, from 7-8:30 p.m. for six sessions.  Parents must sign the waiver and to pay the $5 drop-in fee.

• An afternoon at the Movies – the Youth Action Network is planning another movie at the Miners’ Union Hall for the month December and is looking for feedback as to what Christmas movie the community would like to see.  Please “like” the Rossland Youth Action Network on Facebook for all the updates and information and to post your suggestion for what movie to show.

• SnoBall for Grades 8-12 is going to be held in the Miners’ Union Hall on Friday, Nov. 29. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the dance goes until 11 p.m. The Seven Summits Centre for Learning is hosting this event. Tickets will be available soon. The event requires volunteer parents to assist with supervision and security.  Please contact Mike Kent at yancoordinator@gmail.com if you are available for a two-hour shift.

— Rossland Recreation

 

 

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