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Roseville Parks And Recreation

07/30/2012 08:44AM ● Published by Style

Are you ready for the beginning of the school year?

Let Roseville Parks, Recreation and Libraries help you get started.

Need a place to be before or after school starts? Register for Adventure Club, located at Dry Creek and Roseville City School District locations. Adventure Clubs provide a safe, caring environment for the elementary-school-aged child. Activities are designed to meet a child’s social, physical and intellectual needs – plus Adventure Club is a great place to make new friends and hang out with old ones. To learn all about this great program (including the flexible enrollment options), call 916-774-5505.

If you don’t need Adventure Club but do need help with your kid’s homework, the library is the place to be. Visit any of Roseville’s three libraries, Monday to Wednesday, 3-5 p.m. for free homework help led by trained volunteers.
As you prepare for the transition back to school, look for the Fall Activity Guide and find new activities to try in your “free” time; the Guide hits the streets on August 15.


For more information about these activities, visit rosevilleparks.com.

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