A weekly drop-in sports program in which participants will be split into teams based on age, experience and skill level with the main component of focus being game play. The participants will play a specified sport each week with the opportunity of learning a new version of a sport throughout the 8-to-9 week period. Each week will consist of a short and introductory skill development session prior to game play.
An introductory drop-in sports program teaching the basics skills and fundamentals each week. Each week will provide children the opportunity to be active while developing interpersonal and leadership skills while building lasting friendships. Each week will consist of a 20-30 minute skill development session with specific drills and gameplay to finish off the session.
All of our leagues and clinics are open to children in Grades 1 to 8, regardless of their experience and skill level.
The fees are included in our Membership and Visitor fees.
Members can participate for free with a valid Membership.
Visitor fee is $3 per child, per visit.
Act-i-Pass card holders are FREE.
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The Blue Jays Care program allows children to learn about the fundamentals of baseball, the importance of sportsmanship and fair play, and develop essential life skills. This is a great opportunity to be active while having fun. This clinic is open to children of all levels of ability.
Children will be introduced to the basic fundamentals of indoor soccer. They will have the opportunity to be active while developing essential life skills, positive friendships and having fun. This clinic is open to children of all levels of ability.
For more information about Girls at Bat, please visit the Social Programs webpage here - http://www.bgclondon.ca/children-youth-programs/grow-with-us-social-programs-life-skills/girls-at-bat.
Come try out basketball and improve on your fundamentals while meeting new people and developing new friendships. This is a great opportunity to encourage your children to be active and have fun! This clinic is open to children of all levels of ability.
Children will be introduced to a variety of different versions of dodgeball. Participants will learn how to dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge! This is a great opportunity for children to learn more about the different variations of dodgeball while having fun, developing new friendships and developing essential life skills. This clinic is open to children of all levels of ability.
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