Children from the Jerome Dufour Leisure Center came to Epilobe in the first edition of the intergenerational meeting organized by Space (a space for services, projects, activities, and cyber employment).
Grandmothers and grandfathers played with children and volunteers from the municipal structure in Little Horses, Scrabble, Triominos but also Lelynx, a kind of goose game revisited. “I love this cartoon, it reminds me of my great-grandchildren. They are my very cute opponents,” 88-year-old happy Jesslin released.
The two parties interacted in a good atmosphere.
This project was born out of a meeting between Eugenie Rivier, Director of the Leisure Center, and Sylvie Sirio, Coordinator at Espace. “We launched this project in 2020, without knowing it, by creating our cabbage leaves called
Little St. George
With the participation of children, which was distributed to the elderly, ”said Eugenie Riviere. Sylvie Sirio added: “It is a great success! We’ll be working on other activities the season offers between school holidays to create a real, lasting bond. Intergenerational is a strong topic that the municipality wants to develop and we are working on it. ”
I had a snack that punctuated this lovely meeting and everyone left happy while waiting for the next one.
The space offers, on Wednesday afternoons, songs and dances, the making of Christmas wreaths; He walks on Thursdays and various sewing, knitting, embroidery and crochet workshops. The purchase of tablets was planned to offer the start and discovery of a computer gadget.
The space is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Contact: 02.37.24.10.27 or [email protected]
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