Neighborhoods throughout the City of Rochester stopped to appreciate some playtime last weekend.
It was part of the third annual PlayROCs Your Neighborhood event, which helps prioritize activity and playing at sites across the city in spaces that might not be thought of as traditional play areas.
Jenn Beideman is the Advocacy Manager for Healthi Kids Coalition at Common Ground Health, and said there were a number of activities to choose from.
"Some of the sites had DJs, Zumba, and yoga. Other sites had different activities like fencing and skateboarding."