Take the cool route this summer

Members of the Cool Camp crew get the float ready to publicize the camp in early June
Members of the Cool Camp crew get the float ready to publicize the camp in early June's Sunfest parade.
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The Castlegar & District Recreation Centre and the Robson Community School are excited to welcome our “Cool” Camp Staff! Nikki Bell, Anthony Delong, Chloe Mackenzie and Lauren Coutts, each bring an array of talents to the cool camps this year to make sure your summer is filled with fun and learning.

What are you doing this summer?  Come on out to Summer Cool Camps, six weeks packed full of action, games, sports, arts craft projects and more for kids six to eight and nine – 12 years of age.  Each week will include a field trip sponsored by Mountain Transport Institute.

Summer Camp themes include:  Mad Science – Splish Splash – Sports Extravaganza – Steppin out/Artful Antics – Fun with Fitness and the Best of the Best!

Come on out meet new friends, learn new skills and just stay ‘Cool” this Summer!

To register contact the CDRD – 365-3386 ext 0 or online at (Recreation Connection)






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