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'We Heart Play' encourages active play for Hartsville young

The "We Heart Play" program gets underway Wednesday in Hartsville. (Source: City of Hartsville website) The "We Heart Play" program gets underway Wednesday in Hartsville. (Source: City of Hartsville website)

HARTSVILLE, SC (WMBF) – On Wednesday, the Hartsville Parks and Recreation Department will launch its “We Heart Play” program, an initiative to engage the community’s youth in active play.

According to a press release, daycares, church groups and interested youth are invited to participate. Large groups are asked to notify park staff in advance. Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian.

The program will run until Aug. 2. Those wanting more information can call (843) 339-2878.

Below is the program schedule:

Monday — Byerly Park Football Field 
· Soccer 
· Kickball
· Ultimate Frisbee
· Handball 
 
Tuesday — Pride Park 
· Frisbee and various games
· Sidewalk Chalk
· Hoola Hoop 
· Jump Rope Race
 
Wednesday — Burry Park 
· Handball
· Ultimate Frisbee
· Tag/Freeze
· Catch 

 Thursday — Lawton Park 
· Snow Cones 
· Jump rope 
· Playground Play 
· Tag/Freeze
 
Friday — Centennial Park 
· Violin/Guitar 
· Sing Along
· Snow Cones
· Bubbles 
· Band/Quartet

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