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Summer activities for kids in Alhambra

School's out for summer! Are you looking for local activities for your kids?

Open play schedule. | Alhambra Leisure Activities Guide

Check out the city's leisure guide, embedded below, which lists all of the activities and classes the city is offering for both adults and children. Kids activities include cheerleading, flag football, dance, music lessons, gymnastics, academics, and more. Almansor and Granada parks will also host "open play" sports, which are open to all participants. Open play activities include table tennis, basketball, volleyball, lawn bowling, badminton, and recreational swim. 

Alhambra City Councilman Luis Ayala addressed parents during the June 9 council meeting, encouraging them to sign their children up for summer activities in the city. "I just want to take the opportunity to remind, especially the parents of youth, that the city offers a great number of programs," Ayala said. "We are now starting our summer and a lot of kids are out of school so I want to invite you all to take advantage of all of the programs that we have."

Alhambra is also offering the Summer Food Service Program until Aug. 8. The U.S. Department of Agriculture program will distribute meals and snacks in Alhambra, Almansor, Granada, and Story parks to any child under 18. Visit the city website for schedulesThe city website also lists upcoming community events for the entire family. 

Businesses in Alhambra are also providing summer activities and some have seasonal promotions for summer. Jayvee Dance Center, PopRock Academy, The Arte Flamenco Dance Theater, and Payke Gymnastics Academy appeal to young dancers, musicians, and gymnasts who want to stay active throughout the summer.

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  1. Check out http://quocomputer.com/roboq for Robotics Classes this summer.

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