Gymnasium open for playtime in Agassiz

District of Kent's new gymnasium offers open sports times for all ages

The new gymnasium is now open at the District of Kent’s Community Recreation and Cultural Centre, and there are open gym times and programs for any age group or ability.

Drop in programs include open playtime for newborns to five year olds six mornings a week, open gym for kids aged 13 and up, pickleball (see story page 10), men’s floor hockey and basketball, youth basketball, volleyball, badminton, a family playtime and recreational games time.

The Community Recreation and Cultural Centre’s grand opening will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8. at 11 a.m.

The centre includes 14,000 square feet of additional space, including the full size gymnasium, two multipurpose rooms and a kitchen.

In addition to the open gym times, the centre is also busy adding programs that appeal to everyone. Some of those include various yoga classes, dance fitness classes, boot camps, core conditioning, first aid programs and more.

For more information, phone 604-796-8891.

 

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