아보츠포드에서 여름에 할수 있는 엑티비티

June 19, 2016

 

http://www.sd34.bc.ca/parents-students/SummerActivities

 

 

FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES FROM ALL SCHOOLS

  • Summer Drama Blast, presented by Gallery 7. Various camps for ages 6 to 18 years. These camps provide an opportunity for young people to explore their creative sides in a fun, safe environment. More details in brochure. 

  • Think Fun Summer Camp, a children's summer camp hosted by UFV and VIP4C where children develop critical thinking skills through exciting games, crafts, role playing, constructing lego cities, and so much more. With an emphasis on FUN the children have an unforgettable experience while also developing their inquiring minds. July 11-15 & July 18-22. Location: UFV. Check here for more information.

  • YMCA Summer Camps: Summer is a time for kids to play, run, get outside and have fun with friends. For more than 100 years, the YMCA has provided camp adventures that help kids learn about themselves, grow in self-confidence and gain new skills in a safe and caring environment. From overnight camps with activities like archery, climbing, sailing and canoeing, to day camps full of out trips, arts & crafts, sports and games!  Learn more  here and register.

  • Abbotsford Judo Club presents summer camps for kids.More details on flyer.

  • Ledgeview Golf Club presents summer golf camps for boys and girls, ages 5 to 15. Fore day camps, July and August dates. See flyer for details.

  • Valley Golf Centre presents Summer Break Junior Golf Camp, for kids ages 6 and up. Three-day camps in July and August. See flyer for details.

  • French summer camps! Whether you are looking for a traditional summer camp experience, a sports day-camp in French or a week-long tenting experience for the whole family, you will find many amazing summer opportunities for your kids to use French in these 2016 French Summer Camps listings! 

  • 2016 Mandarin Chinese Language Summer Program.See flyer for details.

  • Fraser Valley Rowing Club is offering Learn to Row programs throughout the summer to individuals of all ages. The Learn to Row program includes eight on-the-water rowing lessons, with programs beginning at the start of each month. Fraser Valley Rowing Club offers recreational and competitive rowing programs. See flyer for details or contact us at fraservalleyrowing@gmail.com

  • Children aged five to 15 can take advantage of fishing instruction sessions being held around the province by the Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C. this summer. The Learn to Fish program has been running since 2006. It provides loaned fishing gear as well as instruction on how to cast and retrieve, identify different fish species, handle fish properly and fish ethically within the regulations. Locations and registration information for Learn to Fish courses isavailable here.

  • Summer Reading Club at your Abbotsford Libraries.Kids! Pick up your reading log at one of the three Abbotsford Libraries and enjoy a summer of reading, free entertainment, and prizes! Plan your itinerary for summer fun by checking out the FVRL website and click on Events to discover the summer programs at your local libraries. There’s a Summer Reading Club for Teens and Adults too. Sign up for Summer Reading Clubs begins on June 25. Don’t forget FVRL is open 24/7 online – place holds, renew your items and sign in to the many free databases available on the website – just search under Digital Content for access to TumbleBooks and more for kids, and for teens and adults Lynda.com, Mango Language, eBook, eaudiobook and magazine downloading, to name a few great resources.

  • Junior Tennis camps are being offered throughout July and August. The 4 -day camps for ages 5 to 17 year olds will be offered at Great West Fitness and Tennis Club. More details.

  • Abbotsford BMX presents a free, one day 'learn to ride' camp on July 9. More details here.

FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES FROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • The Central Abbotsford Community School's All Stars Summer Camps are a great opportunity for kids (ages 6-10) to play sports, make crafts, learn some new games, go to the pool and meet various special guests come from all over our community.  Boot Camps for moms and dads too! Check the flyer for line-up and details

  • Parachute Games & Storytime in the Park is presented 10-11am and 6:30-7:30pm every Wednesday between July 6 and August 31 at Mill Lake Park (Bevan entrance). An hour of stories, songs and games in the park. See flyer for more information 

FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES FROM ELEMENTARY+MIDDLE SCHOOLS

  • West Abbotsford Community Schools presents Summer Slam, a six-week, recreation-based day camp for elementary and middle school children. Summer Slam children will have a great time doing crafts, playing games and sports, eating tasty snacks, making new friends from all over, and going on fun and fabulous out-trip. See the brochure for details. 

  • Abbotsford Soccer Association offers summer camps for ages 5 to 15, all levels. Week long camps in July and August. See flyer for more details.  

  • Royal Soccer Club, summer camps in Abbotsford for boys and girls ages 5-13. Week long camps, in July and August.See brochure for details  

  • The Faculty of Science at UFV offers Science Rocks! Summer camps every year in July and August for young people in Grades 4, 5, and 6. Week long camps, each with a different and exciting theme. On the Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses of UFV. See e-flyer for details . 

  • DAY CAMPS at Fort Langley National Historic Site. Get hands on with history and discover what life was like during 19th century fur-trade. For ages: 6 – 12. Register for Camp Voyageurs - July 18 - 22 or Trades Camp - August 15 - 19. Tickets are available on their website . More info via email. 

  • Vicki's Eco-Circus Summer Camps are presented by EcoDairy in partnership with Science World in July and August. These 5-day camps provide children, grades kindergarten to 6, with circus-themed fun on the farm. More details on the flyer. 

  • Mega Sports Camp will present a week with four different sports: soccer, baseball, dance and street hockey. More details on flyer.  (Note this is presented by New Life Church, a faith-based organization.)

​FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES FROM SECONDARY SCHOOLS+MIDDLE SCHOOLS

  • The Abbotsford Youth Commission presents their summer programs in the quarterly Whatz Up flyer. Free drop-in programs and fun interactive registered programs for all youth 12-18 years old all summer long. See the WhatzUpflyer.   

  • West Abbotsford Community Schools presents Summer Tech Camps, with sessions in 3D Animation and Game Design. One week sessions, all in July. For students in grades 5 and up. More details in the brochure.

  • UFV Rowing offers Youth Camps for ages 12-17 years. In this one week camp held on Bedford Channel by Fort Langley, participants will learn to row helped by UFV university rowers and coaches. See the flyer for details!

  • Abbotsford School District has developed a new opportunity for students currently in Gr.8, 9 and 10 to experience, explore and expand their knowledge of a variety of Red Seal Trades. From July 6- August 3 at Yale Secondarystudents can take this FREE course 

     

     

     

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