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What activities would you most like to see at the Cedar Heights Community Center playground?

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The “Multi-generational Play Space” will have: Seating, Tables with shade umbrellas, Chess/Checkers Tables, Flex Space for program activities held outside. Vote for your three favorites by prioritizing activity most would like to see to least:

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  1. (Chimes, Bells, Aerophones, Hand drums, Marimbas, Floor piano)

    Music
  2. Nature Garden
  3. Fitness Equipment
  4. (such as Rolling 3, Ramp Shot, Rollers…)

    Alternative Games
  5. Corn Hole
  6. Bocce or Bowls Court
  7. Shuffleboard

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April 14, 2020, 1:08 PM
  • The “Multi-generational Play Space” will have: Seating, Tables with shade umbrellas, Chess/Checkers Tables, Flex Space for program activities held outside. Vote for your three favorites by prioritizing activity most would like to see to least:
    1. (Chimes, Bells, Aerophones, Hand drums, Marimbas, Floor piano)

      Music
    2. (such as Rolling 3, Ramp Shot, Rollers…)

      Alternative Games
    3. Fitness Equipment
    4. Nature Garden
    5. Corn Hole
    6. Bocce or Bowls Court
    7. Shuffleboard
  • If 'Make an additional suggestion' was one of your top three, describe here. Otherwise, skip this question.
    No response.
  • If you have any additional comments, you can leave them here or contact the Park Planner, Joseph “JJ” Arce, [email protected] (301-699-2437)

    This community center hosts an after-school program for children and teens with disabilities. It would be ideal for any play space to have equipment/resources that they could utilize safely, and/or be easily adapted. Musical instruments would be great, games (perhaps "toss N score basketball", and a bench swing (for sensory movement).

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