youth

Police identify youth responsible for mischief at Victoria Park

The Owen Sound police have identified five youth following public complaints about spray painting and damage to the barn at Victoria Park. The three girls and two boys have been diverted to the YMCA Youth Diversion Program, an alternative to the court system, city police said in a news release issued on Wednesday. “Police can […]

LookUp Theatre uses $46K grant to support free arts education for area youth

Recently, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Rick Byers and Hugh Wilson, an Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) volunteer, met with representatives from LookUp Theatre to hear about the impact of a $46,400 grant awarded last fall. LookUp Theatre received a Community Building Fund grant to help with key operating costs like salaries, implementing online programming, and buying needed […]

state outdoors operations emerge stronger after the pandemic brief the initial surge of covid 19 restrictions has led to growth at and newfound interest in state recreation sites

State outdoors operations emerge stronger after the pandemic Brief: The initial surge of COVID-19 restrictions has led to growth at and newfound interest in state recreation sites.

State outdoors operations emerge stronger after the pandemic Brief: The initial surge of COVID-19 restrictions has led to growth at and newfound interest in state recreation sites.

By James Proffitt

Spring 2020 saw almost all recreational activities come to a screeching halt: youth sports, fitness centers, bars and restaurants, theaters and virtually all public venues were closed. State parks, their visitor centers, campgrounds and restrooms were shuttered, too. Even school recesses and all the classes that surround them, were gone.

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