PKMove, a summer camp that is partnered with the city, is offering modified full-day summer programs for young children. The organization leads a six-person outdoor parkour camp for children ages 7 to 12. PKMove leaders decided to offer camp in June and worked closely with the health department to ensure campers and trainers are safe, according to Executive Director Nancy Lorentz.
According to alextimes.com, “Roula Bordcosh’s son participated in PKMove’s camp earlier this summer. Bordcosh wanted an in-person camp that got her child outside and active. She thought he needed the social interaction and routine that a more traditional summer camp offered.”
As per alextimes.com, “For families who do not feel comfortable sending their child to in-person camp but still want to learn parkour, PKMove is creating “camp in a box.” Each box comes with written instructions and videos to help get kids to get moving.”