The program carries out the Department of Youth has submitted the schedule for the months April to July as a new feature that covers seven districts and county and includes workshops on laughter therapy and techniques to link
With the arrival of good weather, the program T-La (Alternative Leisure) faces the spring with renewed strength by offering more activities for young people in the city.
Councillor for Youth and Employment, Ruth María Collado, and chairman of Youth, Manuel Soler, presented this morning the new leisure proposals included in the program T-LA for the spring.
In total, 116 activities are scheduled, twenty more than last year, and increases the number of associations involved in this case is 30, six more than in 2010, and all with a budget, $ 10,000, half of last year.
As highlighted by Ruth Collado and Manuel Soler is therefore a T-LA Spring developed through human effort and enterprise Youth and collaborative partnerships.
Municipal facilities where the activities are continuing with the Youth Resource Center, Paseo Alfonso XIII, as the hub of the program, while this year is extended to seven districts and councils of the municipality, as La Palma, La Aljorra, The Albujón or Barrio Peral.
The activities of T-LA Spring particular proposals include sports, due to good weather in the spring.
Thus, courses are scheduled to start Kayak, lateen sail, climb, skate Path in Cartagena, Nerpio Bicycle route to Cartagena, or watersports such as canoeing Â¼ combianados ism, sailing, diving, wakeboarding, kite surfing.
You have scheduled trips to the Park of La Union mining, Zaragoza and Teruel, and the exhibition "The Dinosaurs" in the science city of Valencia, or Fotomarathon contest in Pozo Estrecho.
Among the workshops for the spring months, the T-LA proposes urban dance, shop drawing, makeup, pedicure, and even a workshop to learn how to flirt.
3,000 PARTICIPANTS IN THE WINTER T-LA
During the hearing, the Councillor for Youth and Youth Council president, took stock of youth participation in the recent activities Leisure Alternative Program, for which they had a budget of 9,000 euros.
In total, 2,921 young people participated in the Winter T-LA which conducted 101 activities, the most sought trekking routes, Self Make workshops and introduction to climbing courses guitars and sound live recording, and field trips to the ice rink in Elche.
Other highlights from the Alternative Recreation program is its foray into social networking. The T-LA already has more than 2,150 fans on Facebook, more than 500 in tuenti, and more than 70 on Twitter.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena