Pathway to Participation for Indigenous Youth #2 - Canoe/Kayak

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Pathway to Participation just keeps rolling! Our second event is open for registration. Spots for this come try it are EXTREMELY limited so make sure to register early!

Did you know that Canoe and Kayak is a sport? That's right! In addition to being a fun recreational activity for a sunny afternoon, it's also an Olympic sport! Not ready for the Olympics just yet but want to give it a try? This event is for you!

The Lethbridge Sport Council has partnered with the High Level Canoe and Kayak to host a free event where indigenous youth ages 12 -17 can come out and learn the basics of canoe, kayak, and stand up paddle board from skilled coaches.

Lethbridge Sport Council and High Level Canoe and Kayak staff will be on hand to chat with parents, answer any questions participants may have about the sport, and to discuss the fee assistance programs available. This is a family event so parents or caregivers are required to stay for the duration of the event. 

 

Date: Saturday, August 31st, 2019 (Alternative date incase of weather September 7th)

Location: Park Lake Recreation - North Shore

Time: 9:45 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. Meet up and sign waviers

           10:00 A.M.  12:00 P.M. Lesson with Instructor

Age: 12-17 years old

What to wear/bring with you: Water bottle, shoes that can get wet, activewear clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.

 

To register for the event click the link below. There are only 10 spots availlable for this event so sign up soon!

Sign up here

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