PLAY in the News
Family Day of PLAY a Success
Over 12,000 Physical activity Hours Logged on Family Day of PLAY in Bruce Grey
Swim to Survive Still Going Strong
The Swim to Survive program across Grey Bruce continues to provide essential water skills for local students across the region. Programs are oparating in Saugeen Shores, Owen Sound, Hanover and Kincardine.
Huron Kinloss Walks for Better Health
Staff from the Township of Huron Kinloss used pedometers to take a virtual walk from Ripley to Tobermory and back.
How Can Parents Increase Thier Children's Physical Activity Levels?
Only 7% of Canadian children accummulate the recommended amount of physical activity daily. Parents play a vital role in influencing these activity levels. See the attached article for tips and ideas.
Blue Mountains Walking Groups Strides On
Members of the Town of the Blue Mountains walking group continue their weekly curcuits of the Thornbury community centre.
Saugeen Shores PLAY Network Hosts Kite Night
The Saugeen Shores PLAY Network took part in the annual Canada Day celebrations by hosting a kite flying event on Southampton's main beach on July 1st.
Longest Day of PLAY
Saugeen Shores captures Longest Day of PLAY title for 2012
PLAY Involved with Huron Shore Run
The Saugeen Shores PLAY Network added to the compliment of events at the 2012 edition of the Huron Shore Run in Southampton
Sneak It In Week!
Sneak It In Week!
Ontario Physical Activity Report Card Launched
Ontario releases supplement to Canada's Healthy Active Kids Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
Bruce Power Cheque Presentation
Bruce Power representative Melanie Cooper presents $15,000 to PLAY in Bruce Grey to support the Longest Day of PLAY