When families need a little financial boost to get kids involved in a sport, dance team or other active program, they need to fill out an application. This needs to be done before the fees are due, as the money goes right to the organization. If you have applied to Canadian Tire Jumpstart, please contact HGR at 250-626-5652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to proceed with a manual registration as you will not be able to complete one online without payment.
MINIMUM 6 REGISTRATIONS PER PROGRAM ARE NEEDED TO KEEP THAT PROGRAM SUSTAINABLE.
5 day camps, Monday to Friday
COST: $85/ 1 WEEK CAMP ($17 PER DAY)
DATE(S): October 21 – 25
LOCATION: Queen Charlotte Community Hall
Parent & Tot 10:00 – 11:00 am (ages 18 months to 3 years)
Tiny Tumblers 3:45 – 4:45 pm (ages 3 and 5 years)
Gymnastics A 5:00 – 6:00 pm (ages 6 to 8 years)
Gymnastics B 6:15 – 7:15 pm (ages 6 to 8 years/ages 9 to 12 years)
- learn fundamental movements such as rolling, jumping, safe landings and more
- progress based on their individual skill level and abilities
- gain confidence in themselves as well as a better awareness of their moving bodies
- play games and explore circuits while increasing spacial awareness
- have a ton of fun
“Cat Leaps owner and operator, Boby Wagner has had a passion for gymnastics as long as she can remember. Beginning as a recreational athlete with Terrace Peaks Gymnastics Club she spent over a decade training, eventually joining the competitive program and traveling across the province. After leaving the sport for years to pursue her other passions in outdoor adventure sport such and snowboarding, cycling, and kayaking Boby was drawn back to the gym through their adult gymnastics program and eventually began working towards her Foundations coaching certification through the National Coaching Certification Program. Fast forward another ten years, to where we are today Boby is a Level 2 trained women’s artistic gymnastics coach with experience coaching recreational and competitive programs to boys and girls 18 months to 18 years old. You can currently fine her travelling across BC offering programs to communities with little access to facilities. ”