Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario & Nike N7, Geraldton

Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario & Nike N7, Geraldton
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Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario & Nike N7, Geraldton

The Aboriginal Sport & Wellness Council in partnership with N7 will provide athletes from the community an opportunity to develop their skill and build capacity within sporting events that the community has decided as a priority. Our goal is at the Geraldton location is to provide opportunities for our young people that will foster and enhance skill development in sports and recreation.

A 3 day sport-focused camp designed to develop and introduce new skills to youth aged 12-16 residing in Geraldton or in neighbouring communities. Ideally concentrating on a couple mainstream sports participants may be familiar with, while also introducing a couple non-mainstream sports participants may not have had the opportunity of trying.
 

Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Heather Collins
Camp Director

Heather Collins

Heather grew up in Northwestern Ontario, with an avid passion for sport. She went to Concordia University for Leisure Sciences, which has helped her understand all aspects of why physical activities are so important.  

Camp Details

Sports/Activities Offered:

  • Canoe/kayak
  • Lacrosse
  • Golf
  • Scavenger hunts, capture the flag
More Important Camp Details

Few things have the power to bring people together like sport. Victory is contagious. Defeat unites. And the concept of team – all sharing the same goal – creates an unbreakable bond among teammates, a community, even an entire nation. Sport has the power to change lives.

Objectives

  • Create an opportunity for youth to learn new and continue to devel op current physical literacy skills.
  • Create a healthy recreational activity to keep youth active through the summer.
  • Raise awareness of upcoming large scale sporting events; e.g. NAIG

Partners

  • Aboriginal Sport & Wellness Council of Ontario
  • Thunder Bird Friendship Centre
  • Superior Greenstone District School Board

Facilities

Thunder Bird Friendship Centre

The Thunderbird Friendship Centre was established in 1967, incorporated on November 29, 1971, and became a member of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) on October 19, 1990. The Thunderbird Friendship Centre is a community driven organisation that is managed by an elected Board of Directors at an Annual General Meeting. 

 

 

 

 

Geraldton Composite High School

 

 

 

 

 

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Sample Daily Schedule

  • 9:00am Morning Snacks and openings
  • 9:30am Activities and skill sessions
  • 12:00pm Lunch (please bring a bag lunch)
  • 1:00pm Canoe/Kayak, Golf, Lacrosse
  • 5:00pm Campers depart

Camper Reviews

  • 4/5.

The Aboriginal Sport & Wellness Council in partnership with N7 camps are new to the Sports Camps Canada Network for 2016.

Camp Dates & Prices

THIS PROGRAM HAS CONCLUDED FOR THE SEASON. PLEASE JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST TO BE NOTIFIED WHEN THIS PROGRAM IS AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION.

For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-844-464-5372 we would be happy to help you.