Cawabunga camps it up on Tuesday

Camp Cawabunga for ages 6 to 8, and Summer Adventure Camp for ages 9 to 12 starts on Tuesday.

Camp Cawabunga for ages 6 to 8, and Summer Adventure Camp for ages 9 to 12 starts on Tuesday. All summer long we will be offering weekly themed camps packed full of fun activities such as fieldtrips, swimming, games and sports, arts and crafts, make believe and role play, guest speakers, and free pizza on Friday’s. At Gyro Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with drop off starting at 8:30 a.m. Pick your favourite theme week, or come to all. Full week registrations will receive a free camp t-shirt. Call early as spots fill up fast.

The 4th Annual Kids Triathlon is on July 6 at the Trail Aquatic Centre. For ages 4 to 12 years involves each group to swim, bike, and run to the finish line. Join us for a fun day of fitness and celebrate your accomplishment with our provided healthy lunch and door prizes. Each child will also receive a t-shirt, water bottle and participant medal. Register no later than July 2. Full details will be available at the aquatic centre when you register.

Junior Golf Camp for ages 7 to 15 years is for beginners to intermediates. This camp runs July 8 to 10, 9 a.m. to noon at the Champion Lakes Golf Course. CPGA Kevin Nesbitt will offer high quality instruction through Canada’s national CN Future Links development program.

Challenger British Soccer Camps goes July 22 to 26 at Haley Park. For ages 3 to 16 years. Take your soccer skills to the next level. The team of international experts will be returning to Trail to deliver high quality coaching. Each camp includes a soccer ball, t-shirt, player evaluation and free gift. Early registrations will also receive a free British Soccer jersey, if registered by July 8. Host a coach for the week, and you’ll learn about your coaches, the UK, and the world of soccer. Hosts receive up to $80 off their camp fees.

For more info call Trail Parks and Rec at 368-6484, or the Aquatic Centre at 364-0888.

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