BUFFALO, N.Y. — Even with kids back in school, they will still have a chance to play at the Buffalo Police Athletic League PlayStreets program.
Starting on Tuesday, the PAL PlayStreets is returning for the fall season. The series offers free co-ed outdoors sports clinic twice a week that promote physical and mental health through cardio, strength and agility activities.
“The Buffalo Police Athletic League has seen great participation in its spring and summer PlayStreets series and we anticipate the fall events to be equally popular. PlayStreets is a free and fun experience that engages youth in a variety of physical fitness and nutrition activities, and every child receives a free fitness equipment kit to inspire them to stay healthy, active and fit,” Mayor Byron Brown said.
In addition to free equipment, kids will get a snack and a water bottle.
The series takes place every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. until early December. This week's session will take place at Shoshone Park. A session will also be offered this Saturday at Centennial AME Church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Kids who have not previously participated are asked to register at the Buffalo PAL website.