Roseville Offers a Virtual Recreation Program

Roseville Offers a New Virtual Recreation Program

In the last few weeks, an increasingly high number of parents in the U.S. have had to adapt to staying at home with the kids at a more frequent rate. One of the positive outcomes has been more quality family time. One of the challenges, however, has been coming up with fresh and constructive ways to keep kids mentally stimulated. Entertaining a kid is no piece of cake, and you may have already struggled with finding new resources during this stay-at-home mandate. The good news for Roseville parents: all you need to do is head over to the City of Roseville website! They recently released an online recreation program to further assist families during these challenging times.

Keeping the Close-Knit Roseville Community Strong

The goal is to continually enhance the lives of community members by offering exceptional experiences, according to Jennifer Low, Roseville department coordinator. Now more than ever, the rise of social media is helping the department achieve this goal through an online platform. There have been programs showing kids how to make crafts, participate in a shared story time, make chalk mosaics, and so much more. The numerous activities posted on the online webpage can even be enjoyed by families outside of the Roseville area. Comments left on the Roseville Parks, Recreation, and Libraries Facebook page are evidence of the enormous pleasant reactions and positive user feedback. Low stated that the department was “incredibly grateful” for the response. According to the city, users can expect plenty of new content added weekly. Even after the stay-at-home order is lifted, they are hoping to keep the virtual recreation program available in some form. For more information about the virtual recreation program that Roseville offers, watch the promotional video below:

Watch YouTube Video: ROSEVILLE VIRTUAL REC. This quick promo clip from City of Roseville on YouTube shows workers from the city’s parks, recreation, and libraries department eagerly making this public announcement to reconnect the community through social media.

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