Blackfalds celebrating National Youth Week

Blackfalds youths have plenty of reason to celebrate this week.

Town council recently proclaimed May 1-7 as National Youth Week in Blackfalds, which will celebrate youths and their active participation in their community with activities every day.

“As a young community, we are proud to recognize the youth of Blackfalds and provide them a full slate of activities to celebrate the vibrancy they bring to our town,” said Mayor Richard Poole.

Activities being hosted during National Youth Week:

  • Youth recognition night on Thursday;
  • After the Grind Games Night and Build Your Own Terrarium on Friday;
  • Yoga class, youth and teen admission at the Abbey Centre and pound class on Saturday;
  • Bullskit youth improv workshop on Sunday;
  • BYC Youth Week celebration on Monday and Tuesday.

For more information, visit www.blackfalds.com.



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