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Are you tired of spending your day in front of the TV? Do you want to enjoy the last moments of summer? The West Island park animators have a variety of activities to keep you entertained with AJOI Summer activities!

AJOI, in collaboration with the YMCA of the West Island and Dezone Youth Center offer sports, artistic and therapeutic activities such as bubble soccer, a day at the beach, an ice cream outing, painting and ceramic coffee workshops and all of that for free! You won’t have to pay anything, not even for your ice cream!

On Wednesday July 22nd, our animators, with the help of the Montreal Bubble Ball team, hosted several games including one between them and the participants. Now it’s your turn to come and test your skills!

Registration is mandatory and allows us to keep a register to  maintain the safety of the participants and their families. Before  the first activity, you must complete the registration form and the consent form, which must be signed by your parents or a responsible adult. Reserve your place before each activity by sending a DM on Instagram to @dezoneyouthcenter, @actionjeunesseoi or @jeuxdelarueoi, where you can also find the schedule for the activities. For more information, send an email to viral.desai@ymcaquebec.org.

In order to comply with the sanitary measures recommended, we can provide you with the necessary equipment: mask, water bottle, hand sanitizer. You are the only one missing!

Hurry up, AJOI summer activities are available until September 19th!

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