So, Christmas is over. What now?

By Gordon Lambie

With the excitement of Christmas having passed and another week and a half before school starts back up again, some parents or guardians of children might be looking around for activities to fill the long hours left open by the holidays. Anyone looking for something to do with their kids while school is out might want to know about the the “Turbo” days at the CAP, the Cegep de Sherbrooke’s sports centre. On December 27, 28, and 29 the CAP will convert some of its gymnasium space into a large-scale play centre with activities meant for the whole family. Options available include obstacle and activity courses aimed at both the under 5 crowd and those 5 and up, inflatable games, rock climbing, and trampoline, available between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for the price of admission to the sports complex. The swimming pool in the complex also offers a free swim from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For those more interested in spending their time outside, now is a good time to check on the status of local outdoor skating rinks. See full story in the Friday, Dec. 27 edition of The Record.

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