The City of Grande Prairie Youth Advisory Council is inviting local youth ages 12 to 24 to join free activities for ‘National Youth Week’ from May 1st to 7th.
Mayor Jackie Clayton says the council, city and organizations across Grande Prairie team up to offer free youth activities for the whole week.
“National Youth Week is an important event showcasing the many youth-friendly activities available in our community which support an inclusive and caring community and active lifestyle,” says Mayor Clayton
According to the city release, Youth Week aims to build a strong connection between youth and their community by highlighting local activities, promoting youth-serving agencies, and showcasing the importance of youth connection.
The free youth activities will include Public skating at the Design Works Centre, Homework Club for new immigrant students with the Grande Prairie Centre for Newcomers, and a Scavenger hunt at the Grande Prairie Museum.