Three March Break camps keep kids moving

Carleton Athletics is offering three great camps during the March Break (March 12 to 16).

Learn-to-Skate Camp

This co-ed camp for children 5 to 7 years of age will teach the skating basics—balance, glide, forward, backwards, stops and starts—in a fun, leisurely half day camp environment. Helmet, gloves and skates required. Other office activities include a daily swim session.

Fundamentals Hockey Camp

This camp is for house league players (boys 7 to 10, girls 9 to 12) and will emphasize power skating, shooting, puck-handling, passing, angling and goaltending (specialized goal-tender instruction included).

Both of these camps use the new rinks at the Ice House and are directed by Fred Parker and Marco Ouelette, our varsity hockey coaches. The camps are staffed by Ravens varsity players and other qualified instructors.

March Break Sports Camp

The aim of this camp is to provide daily instruction and participation for boys and girls 7 to 14 years of age in badminton, basketball, European handball, fencing, soccer, squash, volleyball and water games.

For online registration go to carleton.ca/athletics or call 613-520-4480 for more information.

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