Youth week celebrated in Coombs

May 1 to 7 is National Youth Week and it will be celebrated at the Coombs Fairgrounds with all sorts of free activities for kids.

Local musician Gerry Barnum will be bringing the BLT to Go Bus to the Coombs Fairgrounds from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on May 2

May 1 to 7 is National Youth Week and it will be celebrated at the Coombs Fairgrounds Wednesday night with all sorts of free activities for kids ages 11 to 18 years old.

The Arrowsmith “Sp-Arts” night will be a jam-packed evening of sports and arts.

You can head to the gym to play floor hockey, basketball or foosball, visit the meeting room to play Jenga or Battleship, or drop by The Soundgarden for a jam session with musicians Shelley Beeston and Sharon Tomczyk.

Popular Errington guitarist Gerry Barnum will also be on the fairgrounds, with the BLT to Go Bus.

Kids can climb on board the bus and use the computers or play guitar. Instruments are available to share or you can bring your own.

Barnum has been taking the bus to different venues throughout District 69 imparting his vast musical knowledge to both young and old.

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