The Access ReRooted in Play program aims to increase opportunities for children and youth of all abilities to re-discover outdoor play and develop physical literacy skills and healthy lifestyle habits in community gardens across Mississauga. The program specifically aims to reduce barriers and promote greater inclusion for our diverse community.
Sessions are FREE and will include fun, physically active games, healthy snacks, garden learning and take-home activities for all participants.
Access ReRooted in Play workshops are available to schools and community groups. If you are interested in registering your group for one or several sessions please call 905-274-6222 or contact email@example.com
For more information about the workshops or to volunteer contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-274-6222.
The 2016 Access ReRooted in Play program is generously supported by the Government of Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund, the RBC’s Learn to Play Community Action Program and the City of Mississauga.