The leisure and entertainment center of Puy-l’Évêque (Clap) has established its program of activities that it organizes in July, from the 7th. The reception will be from 7:30 in the morning. until 6:15 p.m. in the evening; reception is possible during the day / half-day with or without a meal. Pre-teens will be welcomed at Place Boizard next to the media library, from July 7 to 16, then at Clap the rest of the holidays. Contact: [email protected] 1, allée de la rivière.
Children will be divided into three age groups: 3-5,6-8 and 9 years and over. Pre-teens will set up an outdoor project with camp installation, they will explore nature, observe insects and look at the landart. After a philosophy workshop (an interesting novelty), they will experience a circus day with the Cas du cyrque followed by training and a performance. In addition to sports games (swimming pool, badminton, basketball, athletics, roller hockey, etc.) two outings are planned: the first to the rainbow park (tree climbing, minigolf, orienteering, frisbee, picnic) and the second at Lac de Montcuq (swimming and games); a pizza party from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. will take place on July 13.
The youngest will hike in Loupiac, go to the market, observe the frogs and use stethoscopes as part of the “little scientists” theme, without forgetting the swimming pool and the water games; the second fortnight will be reserved for the games of cowboys and Indians: a vigil on July 29, from 6 pm to 9.30 pm, with meals, will be dedicated to “the festival of the Indians”. Going to the cinema and to the rainbow park will change them (little) of air.
The 6-8 year olds will play explorers, create a great astronaut, keep watch in the “nocturnal pool” on July 15 and will also be interested in circus games. For pre-teens, hikes in Thézac and outings to Montcuq and the rainbow park are also planned.
Remember that registrations must be taken two weeks before the school holidays; meals, prepared by the nursing home, are included, snacks are provided by the structure and the activity leaders are open to suggestions for outings and workshops.
A month of July that is as sporty as it is educational, with very diverse outdoor activities.