Seine-et-Marne: sports and cultural activities to boost the holidays

Seine-et-Marne: sports and cultural activities to boost the holidays

"We will try to make a pass and we do not use the feet! »Learn the basics of handball for children aged 5 or 6, in a twenty-minute workshop, it's a challenge! And if the animators are struggling sometimes, the children are delighted.

For this first day of operation "Boost T Vacances" in the Provinois, Beton-Bazoches, they are 35 participants. Deposited by their parents or come with the recreation center, children can enjoy football, handball or basketball, but also archery and wrestling.

"We offer kids who do not have access to such a variety of activities during the year," explains Ahmat, host and member of the Seine-et-Marne basketball committee. In addition to sports activities, cultural and scientific workshops are organized in the afternoon. And from 4 pm to 6 pm, a "special teen" to attract the older ones.

The different workshops are adapted according to the age of the participants. For football, the little ones learn to block the ball. The older ones make obstacle courses.

Children and parents conquered

No matter the difficulty, the seduction operation is successful. Romeo, Kylian and Elliott, aged 12 to 14, had already moved last year and wanted to retry the experiment on Monday. "It's nice and very diverse," says Elliott. And we try activities that were not there last year, like grappling. "

The adults are also conquered. Mr. Bezançon brought Paul, his 7 year old grandson. While Paul plays, he enjoys the sun watching him: "Parents and grandparents can also blow" through the operation, he admits.

Lilian, head of Sport and Territory for the County Council, is satisfied with this first morning: "Some of these children will follow us all week. In Provins, Friday, we expect 150 people. "

Booste T Vacances – Free activities without registration. Every day from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 4:30 pm, special teen sessions from 4pm to 6pm. From 8 to 12 July in the Provinois and from 15 to 19 July in the Pays de l'Ourcq.

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