Urbana looking for boys who want to influence
Urbana hembygdsgården is open.
– We've limited the number of people who are at Urbana, so that we can keep our distance and observe the covid-19 restrictions, says Linda Edvardsson, who co-ordinates volunteer work.
”That's where we talk about changes the boys want to have a say in, and what they want to do in the community.”Linda Edvardsson, co-ordinates volunteer work
New for this spring is a boys' group for the 13- to 25-year-olds.
– That's where we talk about changes the boys want to have a say in, and what they want to do in the community. It's a co-operative scheme between Flamman and Studiefrämjandet, she says.
– The association offers a course in developing digital skills, for example.
And a 'pilot' can give more information on what associations there are in Kristianstad.
In the spring there will be Swedish language groups, a children's group, a parents' group and help with homework, to name just a few.
– And we need more people for our night patrols. More volunteers would be great too.
See Urbana's spring programme at kristianstad.se. Look under Urbana hembygdsgården.
During the winter sport holiday in week 8 there will be lots of activities, both outdoor and indoor. Find more information on Urbana's facebook site.