Trail Rec : Cawabunga visits Disney theme

Camp Cawabunga kicks off its summer fun with camps for ages six to eight and Summer Adventure Camp for ages 9 to 12.

Camp Cawabunga kicks off its summer fun with camps for ages six to eight and Summer Adventure Camp for ages 9 to 12.

Starting Monday the camps will run all summer long, with a different theme for each week. The first week runs June 30 to July 4 at Gyro Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The theme for Camp Cawabunga is “Disney Mania” with exciting Disney activities planned, such as Paper Bag Princess and Dragons, Jungle Beats, Pride Rock Gathers, and much more.Campers will also go to the Royal Theatre to watch a Disney movie, enjoy swimming at the aquatic centre, a field trip to the Fire Hall, and free pizza on Friday. All of this jam packed into one week.

The Challenger British Soccer Camp is back this year ready to offer some fun and professional soccer instruction for kids ages three to 16. Each camp includes a free soccer ball, t-shirt, and player evaluation. Also receive a free British Soccer jersey if you register by July 7.

The camp runs the week of July 21–25, and don’t forget to ask about hosting a coach for the week. This is a great opportunity to get to know your coaches, learn about the UK, earn up to an $80 rebate on your camp fee.

Jr. Golf Camp for ages seven to 15 runs July 7 to 9, Monday to Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Champion Lakes Golf Course with Kevin Nesbitt, CPGA. This camp is run in association with Canada’s National CN Future Links development program.

Fun Seekers Mini Summer Camp is for ages 3 to 5 and runs every Wednesday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Gyro Park, July 2 to Aug. 20. Each week your child will enjoy active games, theme crafts, stories and a variety of fun sports and field games.

The fifth Annual Kids Triathlon gets going on July 5 for ages four to 12. Your child will swim, bike and run to the finish line and celebrate their success with a medal at the end, and a free lunch. The entry fee is only $38 which includes a special bag, water bottle, t-shirt, swim cap, goodies and a reward. The celebration lunch is for all participants and their families so come out to this fantastic event and cheer on your athlete. Registration deadline is Wednesday, so call now to register.

For more information and to register call Trail Parks and Recreation at 368-6484, or the Aquatic Centre at 364-0888.`

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