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  • Register online:www.rdck.bc.ca, click on Recreation Connection

    LEISURE GUIDECastlegar & District Recreation Department

    Building a Healthy Community

    Summer 2013Registration for

    programs start June 3

  • Week 1Chef Camp

    July 2-5 (Mon Holiday) Robson 6 8 yrs 25553

    Mad ScienceJuly 2-5 (Mon Holiday) Robson 9 12 yrs 25555

    Week 2Chef Camp

    July 8-12 Robson 9 12 yrs 25554

    Mad ScienceJuly 8-12 Robson 6 8 yrs 25557

    Week 3Splish Splash

    July 15-19 New Life Assembly Basement Complex 6 8 yrs 255609 12 yrs 25561

    Its a week of wet n wild FUN! Enjoy water games, a trip to the water park, explore Zuckerberg Island with lots of opportunities to get WET and stay COOL!

    Are you ready for another fantastic year?

    Castlegar & District Recreation Department and Robson Community School are pleased to offer 7 weeks of Summer Cool Camps packed full of action, adventure, games, sports, arts, craft projects and more! Camps run Monday Friday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.

    Please register early! All planned activities are tentative and may change due to unforeseen circumstances. You will need to complete and return a participant profile and waiver before the first camp day.

    Subsidies are available. Please contact Laurie Watson, Robson Community School Coordinator at 250 365 5970 or lwatson@sd20.bc.ca

    Thank you to Castlegar Pentecostal New Life Assemble

    Monday - Friday 8:30am - 3:00pm $109/week/child

    Register Today: www.rdck.bc.ca 250-365-3386

    Culinary Camp The most innovative, culinary camp.Summer Chef School has a full menu of fun planned for kids, designed to boost confidence, strengthen core cooking abilities, promote an appreciation for food, learn basic culinary skills and play fun games all about the culinary experience.

    They leave with new skills, increased confidence and an appreciation for the value and importance of what we eat.

    Guest Instructor Culinary Camp Chef Geoff Teillier

    Geoff is the Chef/Instructor for the Food Service Worker Program at Selkirk Colleges Trail Campus, teaching Adult Special Education, life skills and employable skills for the hospitality industry. He completed his apprenticeship and earned his journeyman status as a Red Seal cook in 1985. He has worked at numerous establishments throughout his career, is a certified Food Safe Level 1 instructor, was a cub leader in Robson for 13 years and has his own catering business.

    Showing people they are able is what Geoff strives to accomplish

    Mad Science WeekLooking for exciting, fun, hands on science activities? Come be a mad scientist during this week of scientific surprises! Join us for messy experiments, engaging construction and engineering feats all while exploring the wonders of science.

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  • Register Today: www.rdck.bc.ca 250-365-3386

    Week 4Artful Antics

    July 22 26 Complex 6 8 yrs 255629 12 yrs 25563

    If youve ever wanted to prepare yourself for your moment in the spotlight, then this is the program for you. Join us for a Musical Theatre experience that is so much fun, you wont even notice that you are learning new skills! Well focus on creativity thru improv, stage presence, theatre sports, voice orchestration, confidence building, projection and much more. Leave your nerves in the wings and get ready to embrace your inner Star!Guest Instructor: Dawn Graham

    Dawn Graham has been embracing her Inner Diva for over 30 years as a singer, dancer, actor, writer and choreographer. After earning an Extended Minor in Dance at SFU, Dawn discovered Musical Theatre in the Kootenays, joining the Robson Choir and the Rossland Light Opera. She has sung at various local events, such as Concert in the Park, where she wrote and performed her One Woman tribute to Broadway! Dawn is excited to be sharing her passion for Musical Theatre with local youth.

    Week 5Sports Camp

    July 29- Aug 2 Complex 6 8 yrs 255649 12 yrs 25565Into Sports and Games? Have fun! Learn to take on new challenges! Develop independence and self confidence. Develop teamwork! Try out a variety of sports in a fun, high-energy spirited environment

    Week 6 Camp Carnival Under the Big Top Aug 6-9 (Mon Holiday) Complex 6 8 yrs 255669 12 yrs 25567Dont just watch the circusbe in the circus! Be A clown! Test all your circus skills through our Circus Circuit! Learn to juggle hula hoop and to make up your own tumbling routines. Friday perform at your very own circus!

    Week 7BEST of the BEST Summer Camps

    Aug 12-16 Complex 6 8 yrs 255689 12 yrs 25569Imagine a FABULOUS week full of Summer Cool Camp favorites a variety of games, sports, science, drama and the best of lunches, chosen by campers!!

    Limited SpaceGo to www.rdck.bc.ca

    Recreation Connection

    Register Today: www.rdck.bc.ca 250-365-3386

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    AQUATICSDiscovery Aqua - Camp9 14yrsCastlegar Complex Pool

    Discover everything to do with Aquatics! Join our aquatic staff for a week of action packed Activities. Have a splashing good time in the pool! Bring your bathing suit, goggles, towel and a snack! (Must be able to swim in deep water) Must register by Aug 12, 2013

    Day 1 Strokes & Skills

    Day 2 CPR/AED

    Day 3 Sports & Games

    Day 4 A taste of Lifeguarding!

    Day 5 Swim to Survive Challenge!

    Mo Fr 10am-Noon Aug 19-23 $59/5 25791

    LEADERSHIPRed Cross BABYSITTING11yrs +

    Columbia Room

    Childcare, tips on behavior, safety, feeding, emergencies and infant care will be covered. Fee includes manual and exam fee. Please bring a pen and paper.

    Mo,Tu, 10am-2pm July 8-9 $46 25514

    Mo, Tu, 10am- 2pm Aug 12-13 $46 25515

    ROTARY SKATE PARKSummer Skate at the Skate Park Castlegar Rotary Skatepark

    Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm

    June 25th September 6th

    Mentoring and Lessons - FREE

    The Summer at the Skate Park Program is on for 2013 thanks to a grant from BC Gaming, organized by Kootenay Family Place and support from Columbia Basin Trust and Castlegar & District Recreation Department.

    Ty Smith will be the program coordinator offering mentoring and support to all skatepark user along with 2 other coaches. The program has safety equipmentavailableand skateboards free to use whilst at the skatepark.

    The drop in learn to skateboarding program is free with the only requirement being a waiver form is signed once. Learn how to skateboard safely by developing the skills of standing, falling properly, stopping, pushing, turning/carving, tic tac, ollies, grinds and skatepark etiquette. The foundation, fundamental and advanced skateboard skills development are based on the Skaters for Public Skateparks/Drop In Curriculum.

    A variety of special events will happen over the summer and there will be some great prizes available. So come on down and enjoy some Summer Skate Park Fun!

    For more information visit: facebook.com/FriendsOfTheCastlegarSkatepark

    MOUNTAIN BIKE CAMPS Betty GoHard BOYS Summer Camp: INTRO6-9yrs

    Kinnaird Park, Castlegar

    Ideal for young riders who have basic bike handling skills, are comfortable on their bike and interested in learning off-road riding techniques. The camp focus is to gain skills and confidence with an introduction to basic skills needed for trail riding. Starting in a controlled environment on day one, then introducing these young riders to some basic, fun single track/double track trails on day two and three.

    Skills covered include: braking, cornering, climbing, descending, balance skills, maneuvering over and around small obstacles, safety and trail etiquette. This camp is ideal as an introduction to trails and off-road riding. Some climbing is required.

    **A minimum of a 20inch wheeled bike is required. **

    Mo, Tu, We 9.30am-1pm July 29-31 $129 25549

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  • Register Today: www.rdck.bc.ca 250-365-3386

    Betty GoHard GIRLS Summer Camp: INTRO6-9yrs

    Kinnaird Park, Castlegar

    Ideal for young riders who have basic bike handling skills, are comfortable on their bike and interested in learning off-road riding techniques. The camp focus is to gain skills and confidence with an introduction to basic skills needed for trail riding. Starting in a controlled environment on day one, then introducing these young riders to a basic, fun single track/double track trail on day two.

    Skills covered include: braking, cornering, climbing, descending, balance skills, maneuvering over and around small obstacles, safety and trail etiquette. This camp is ideal as an introduction to trails and off-road riding. Some climbing is required.

    **A minimum of a 20 wheeled bike is required. **Mo, Tu, 9.30am-1pm Aug 26, 27 $89 25550

    Betty GoHard Rippers Teen Summer Camp: Level 2 10-14yrs

    Kinnaird Park, Castlegar

    This summer camp is ideal for riders who have some trail experience and want to improve their riding and meet other kids who ride. Starting in a controlled environment on day one, the young riders will develop and practice their skills. Day two will include a shuttled single track ride allowing the riders to apply the skills learnt on day one. Skills and progressions include: balance and body position, braking, descending, cornering (slow & high speed), maneuvering over and around manmade obstacles, wheel lifts & safety and trail etiquette

    We, Th, 9.30am-1pm July 17,18 $104 25551

    SOCCER

    First Kicks (British Soccer Camp)3-4yrs