Creston Valley Youth Network is excited about summer

Plans for the summer include hikes, movie marathons, pool parties and more.

As summer is starting up the Creston Valley Youth Network is excited about the events planned for the summer. The youth center will be open on Monday’s from 4pm-9pm, Wednesday from 11pm-3pm, and Thursday’s from 4pm-9pm.

Plans for the summer include hikes, movie marathons, pool parties and more. The best way to keep up with the schedule is to either sign-up for the email newsletter at crestonvalleyyouthnetwork@gmail.com or the Creston Valley Youth Network Facebook page.

The kick-off event starts this weekend! All day Saturday the Creston Valley Youth Network will be hosting the “Race for the Crown”, the event is a mix of an escape room, the Amazing Race, and a scavenger hunt all rolled into one. The day starts at 9 am and goes until 5 pm, lunch will be provided.

Youth can sign up as a team of 6 or as an individual and we’ll find a team for everyone. The sign-up deadline will be Thursday, June 28th at 6 pm.

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