Leduc Play Mob To Hit Area Playgrounds This Summer

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Submitted by Megan Sarrazin – Leduc County

This summer, the Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre is bringing back playground fun through the Leduc Play Mob.

Every Monday from June 30 to August 18 (cancelled August 4), Leduc County staff will be at a park in the City of Leduc with fun, free activities for children up to six years old. The events run from 9:30 to 11 a.m. each Monday, with the playground changing each week.

The location of each Leduc Play Mob will be announced one hour prior to the event via the below social media channels.

Twitter: @LeducCounty

Facebook: Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre

Facebook: Leduc County

“Playgrounds are free resources that already exist in our community and, through our additional programming being offered at each Leduc Play Mob, we can enhance the playground experience while aiding in healthy development,” says Tonya Sabourin, Parent Link Coordinator.

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