We’re pleased to host our annual multi-sport summer camp again in 2022! Summer Camp offers a variety of activities that promote and develop confidence, teamwork, movement foundations, multi-sport skills, and other key athletic attributes.
This year’s Summer Camp is open to kids aged 8-11 and is the perfect opportunity for kids to get active while having fun and trying out different multiple different sports and activities.
Summer Camp will remain flexible to comply with a changing COVID-19 landscape and will adhere to Manitoba’s guidelines on preventing any potential spread of COVID-19. As a result, some policies are subject to change, and we’ll share more details on safety measures to registrants closer to Summer Camp.
If you’ve never visited 145 Pacific Ave before, you can take a virtual tour of our facility here!
Week 1: July 25-29, 2022
Week 2: August 2-5, 2022
Week 3: August 8-12, 2022
Each week has three groups of 20 kids. Each group has it’s own schedule and pick-up time. The groups are:
- Co-ed 8-9 year olds (9:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.)
- Co-ed 10-11 year olds (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
- Female 9-11 year olds (9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.)
The groups run all three weeks totaling 60 spots per week and 180 total spots at Summer Camp. Click an age group to register, or follow the link at the bottom of the page!
Week 1: $259
Week 2: $209
Week 3: $259
Schedule and Itinerary
In collaboration with several Provincial Sport Organizations, each day will feature a pair of sport showcases focused on basic skill development and mini-games led by some of our sport-specific coaches and athletes. Sport showcases include flag football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, soccer, fencing, tennis, cricket, curling, and others.
The kids lunch break will be in the classroom, where they’ll learn about the feature sport of the day via guest speakers and educational videos.
There will also be sports-themed word searches, trivia, and more. Between sport showcases, the kids will play coordination games and continue to develop overall physical literacy.
What to Bring
Registrants should bring a pair of indoor shoes, gym clothes, a water bottle, lunch, snacks, a mask, and any identification materials needed to comply with public health guidelines.
Full program details will be sent to parents via email nearer to the event date.
The Benefits of Multi-Sport
Summer Camp is excellent for kids to experience the benefits of playing multiple sports. Learning and participating in a variety of activities can help them excel in their chosen sport down the line, and it can also benefit their overall athleticism, help prevent overuse injuries, and, most importantly, it keeps sport fun!
Visit our Play More Be More webpage to learn more about the possible downsides of specializing in a sport too early as well as the many benefits of kids playing multiple sports.
We’ve had great turnout in past years. This is what other parents had to say:
- “I feel the camp was very well run! My son had great things to say about his day and I also picked up and dropped off his friend. They both had great things to say, and I asked them on a scale of 1-10 to rate the camp, 9.5 from both boys.”
- “My child loved going to the sports museum in the building. Great job! The staff as always very welcoming in the morning :)”
- “Absolutely fantastic and super nice staff. My child really enjoyed this and trying all these sports!”