Taylor Yonin and Savanna Tweedy were in Gyro Park Tuesday for the first day of Camp Cawabunga's September programming.

Trail Parks & Rec: Sign up for Camp Cawabunga’s September program

Camp Cawabunga is extended for the week of September 8 for ages 6 - 12.

We will be offering a full week of camp for ages 6 to 12 the week of September 8 to 12. This camp will run Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with drop off starting at 8:30 a.m. This camp will be held at Gyro Park and will include a packed week full of fun games, adventures, crafts, projects and activities that will keep your child busy all day.  The costs for this week are $112 for the full week and $90 for the second child, or $35 per day. You can register now at Trail Parks and Recreation at 368-6484, or the Aquatic Centre at 364-0888.

Girls Softball Development program is for ages 8 to 14 year and starts September 14 – November 30. This program is instructed by Thunder Fastpitch coaches, and instruction is delivered in a positive, structured environment designed to provide girls with the opportunity to become better ball players. All aspects of the game will be reviewed and taught to all levels.  Concentration will be on the basics with emphasis on throwing, catching, running and batting mechanics, progressing to more advanced skills. Practices run every Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Willi Krause Fieldhouse. Call Trail Parks and Recreation to register at 368-6484, or the Aquatic Centre at 364-0888.

Check out our new Fall/Winter Leisure Guide which is now available online at www.trail.ca, or come by the Aquatic Centre to pick up a copy. Check out all the fitness classes being offered which include some new programs, such as Yoga, Belly Dance and Tabata. Check out the exciting hiking and biking excursions planned, and register early for your favourite classes such as Boot Camp, Core Strengthening, Boomer Fit, HIIT, and so much more. Get active and have fun this fall and winter!

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