Summer ice at the Gardens

Looking for a fun way to cool down this summer?

  • Jul. 28, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Looking for a fun way to cool down this summer?

Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex is offering a variety of camps and programs to keep kids cool and on the move.  For young hockey players there are many fun ways to get those legs conditioned for the upcoming hockey season with programs like:

Skating Skills for Hockey Player (Ages:              6-12 years), Aug. 2-5

Little Rascals Hockey Camp  (Ages               3-5 years), Aug. 8-12

Coolest Game On Earth/Introduction to Hockey Camp (6-12 years), Aug. 2-5

Skating Shooting Scoring Conditioning Camp (6-12 years), Aug. 15-19

For information on these and other camps, and to register, contact 250-287-9234.

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