Stay Active, Recreate, And Connect With Other Families At The Community Center Summer Days





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From Andrew Thomson

Looking for affordable options to keep the whole family active this summer? Check out the Chelsea Community Center Summer Days at the Washington Street Education Center.

From June 18 through August 17 (9 weeks) enjoy open gym, a teen tech café, and special programs from 2-5pm Monday through Friday. For only $50 per person or $100 per household, all can enjoy access to all these programs throughout the summer.



Included in the pass fee will be open swim on Friday evenings at Beach Middle School.

The Chelsea Community Center Summer Days is a collaboration between multiple community partners including Chelsea Community Education, Chelsea Senior Center, Community Center Exploratory Committee, 4-H program, Chelsea District Library, and local businesses. These organizations will provide fun programs for people of all ages including technology demos, cooking classes, and hands-on projects like making paracord bracelets and school locker decorations. A weekly listing of special programs will be posted on the Chelsea Community Education website at https://sites.google.com/a/chelsea.k12.mi.us/communityeducation/home/community-center.

Scholarships are available for families with free or reduced lunches. Please contact the Chelsea Community Education office at (734) 433-2208 or email: chelseacommed@chelsea.k12.mi.us

To register and pay for passes, please visit the links for Community Education below: http://apm.activecommunities.com/chelseacommunityeducation/Activity_Search/10748 http://apm.activecommunities.com/chelseacommunityeducation/Activity_Search/10749

Please note that construction on the WSEC campus will occur mid-June through August. Participants of Community Center Summer Days are asked to park in the football parking lot and use the entrance marked #104 on the east side of the main building closest to the gym.

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Seth Kinker

Reporter/Digital Media for The Sun Times News

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