Jelgava is close to the capital, Riga, and the Play Hub is located in a municipal building dedicated to intercultural dialogue.
Over 100 families (with 150 children) from different ethnic backgrounds visit the Play Hub often. About 30 percent are Roma families. Every week the Play Hub organizes inclusive intergenerational, intercultural and community activities.
This Play Hub is open three times per week: every Monday and Tuesday 15:00 – 19:00 and every Saturday 9:00 – 13:00.
Daugavpils is the second largest city of Latvia and the only city where Latvians are not the largest national group of the population – only 19.9 percent. The Play Hub is located at the J. Raiņa Daugavpils secondary school.
Since the launch, in December 2019, it has been visited by Romani children, children with special needs and children from families with low income among visitors. It is open every Monday and Saturday 13:00 – 17:00.