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"The Active Circle is a family, I feel like I'm part of something. I feel really supported in the work that I do."

Evan Chamakese, Pelican Lake First Nation

Various dates and locations

April 28-29 –Youth Basketball camp- Moricetown
Open to all youth. Come and learn the skills, drills, and fun of being a basketball player!
April 28- Boys only
April 29- Girls only
Location: Moricetown Gym 
Facilitators: Henry Michell on boys day & Jana Fox on girls day
Ages: 9-18
Bring: running shoes, exercise gear, and food
-Snacks will be provided
Schedule
4-8pm both days
May 3 &4 - Youth Volleyball Camp- Gingolx
Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a volleyball player through drills, skills, and fun!
Location: Gingolx Memorial Center
                Ages: 6-18
                Bring: running shoes, exercise gear, and a lunch
                Facilitator:  Dave Griffin
                -Snacks will be provided
                Schedule for both days:
                10am-12pm                     Age 6-12
                12:30pm-2pm                 Age 13-18
                2:30pm-4pm                    Age 13-18       
May 9& 10- Youth Indoor Soccer Camp- Gitlaxtaamiks/ New Aiyansh 
Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a soccer player through drills, skills, and fun!
                Location: Nisga’a Elementary Secondary Gym
Bring running shoes, exercise gear, and a lunch
Facilitators: Nick Kollias & Roger Da Silva
Age: 5-15
-Snacks will be provided
May 9
5-8 years old Boys & Girls
4pm-6pm youth camp, and 610pm-630pm 5v5 micro soccer game
9-11 years old Boys
630pm-830pm youth camp, and 840-9pm 5v5 micro soccer game
May 10
9-15 years old Girls
1230pm-230pm youth camp, and 610pm-630pm 5v5 micro soccer game
11-15 years old 
3pm-5pm youth camp, and 510pm-530pm 5v5 micro soccer game
May 31- June 1- Lacrosse Youth Camp- Gitlaxtaamiks/ New Aiyansh 
Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a lacrosse player through drills, skills, and fun!
Facilitator: Fred Wilson
                Location: TBA
                Time: TBA
                Bring: running gear, cleats, and food
                Age: 6-18
                Snacks will be provided

April 28 to 29, 2014 - Youth Basketball camp, Moricetown

Open to all youth. Come and learn the skills, drills, and fun of being a basketball player!

April 28- Boys only

April 29- Girls only

Location: Moricetown Gym 

Facilitators: Henry Michell on boys day & Jana Fox on girls day

Ages: 9-18

Bring: running shoes, exercise gear, and food

Snacks will be provided

Schedule4-8pm both days

May 3 to 4, 2014 - Youth Volleyball Camp, Gingolx

Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a volleyball player through drills, skills, and fun!

Location: Gingolx Memorial Center               

Ages: 6-18               

Bring: running shoes, exercise gear, and a lunch               

Facilitator:  Dave Griffin                

Snacks will be provided

Schedule for both days:               

10am to 12pm - Age 6-12              

12:30pm to 2pm - Age 13-18               

2:30pm to 4pm - Age 13-18       

May 9 to 10, 2014 - Youth Indoor Soccer Camp, Gitlaxtaamiks/New Aiyansh 

Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a soccer player through drills, skills, and fun!               

Location: Nisga’a Elementary Secondary Gym

Bring running shoes, exercise gear, and a lunch

Facilitators: Nick Kollias & Roger Da Silva

Age: 5-15

Snacks will be provided

Schedule:

May 9

5 to 8 years old Boys and Girls - 4pm to 6pm youth camp and 6:10pm to 6:30pm 5v5 micro soccer game

9 to 11 years old Boys - 630pm to 830pm youth camp and 8:40 to 9pm 5v5 micro soccer game

May 10

9 to 15 years old Girls - 12:30pm to 2:30pm youth camp and 6:10pm t6:o 30pm 5v5 micro soccer game

11 to 15 years old Boys and Girls - 3pm to 5pm youth camp and 5:10pm to 5:30pm 5v5 micro soccer game

May 31 to June 1, 2014 - Lacrosse Youth Camp, Gitlaxtaamiks/New Aiyansh 

Open to all youth. Come and learn the foundational movements of being a lacrosse player through drills, skills, and fun!

Facilitator: Fred Wilson               

Location: TBA               

Time: TBA               

Bring: running gear, cleats, and food               

Age: 6-18               

Snacks will be provided

 

For more information or to register for any of the above camps contact: 

Adam Prytula

Northwest Region - Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator 

Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council

 

Office Location:

Dze L K’ant Friendship Center- Smithers Office

1188 Main Street| PO Box 2920 | Smithers, BC | V0J 2N0

Phone: 250.847.5211 ext. 29

Fax: 250.847.5144

Cell: 250.301.8173 

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Active Circle Communities

Seine River First Nation and Fort Frances Friendship Centre, Ontario

With the support of GEN7 messenger Kent Brown, the community is planning activities for youth and young girls.


Katarokwi Native Friendship Center, Kingston, Ontario

The community is working with Gen7 Messenger Josh Sacobie around regular visits and events with the youth and the center.


Pelican Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan 

The community's youth council has been planning and implementing a number of activities including a girls only program, outdoor sports and leadership training.


Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Circle of Newfoundland and Labrador

The ASRCNL is working with CAAWS and Motivate Canada on the You Go Girls program in 7 communities.

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