January 24, 2022

“Vacan’Sports” ready to revitalize Hauts-de-Seine

The Department of Hauts-de-Seine offers young Alto-Sequanais, aged 6 to 17, enrolled in associative, educational and municipal structures of the department, to benefit free of charge during the end-of-year holidays (except weekends ) a sports device.

An initiative that delights children and parents alike. The Department allows all young Alto-Sequanais to learn and practice free sports activities through a sports program supervised by state-certified educators. “Vacan’Sports” brings together all young people, able-bodied or disabled, boys and girls, whatever their areas of interest.

About twenty disciplines

On the program, more than twenty disciplines: horse riding (pony, double-pony), diving, golf, tennis, BMX, archery, trampoline, flying trapeze, acrosports, boxing, fencing, futsal, scooter, rollerblading , judo, climbs, chanbara, salsa, hip hop and ice skating.

For young people aged 6 to 17

From December 20 to 31, activities by reservation take place in three departmental sites: the Departmental Domain of Haras de Jardy in Marnes-la-Coquette, the Departmental Park of Chanteraines in Villeneuve-la-Garenne and the Departmental Park of the Island -Saint-Germain in Issy-les-Moulineaux. But also within many sports facilities spread over seven municipalities: the ice rink of Asnières-sur-Seine, the Joliot-Curie gymnasium in Bagneux, the Jean Jaurès gymnasium in Châtenay-Malabry, the dojo of the Jean Jaurès sports complex in Chaville, the Dr Jean Blot sports center and Jean-Pierre Rives sports complex in Courbevoie, and finally the Anatole France gymnasium in Gennevilliers.