Ready to create. Ready to explore. Ready to discover.

We all can't wait for summer this year, and we know that kids are ready to start biking, exploring and playing basketball. We have a selection of exciting camps planned for the summer of 2021.

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Ecosystem Exploration

Have you ever wondered what a Biologist does?  Who enforces all of these environmental laws?  Get ready to explore the many different jobs people do to understand and protect our local ecosystems...

Ages 9 - 13
Aug. 9 to 13
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Video Game Development

A week of video games? Could life get any better? Participants in this camp will learn various concepts to create a 2D and 3D video games using Unity, an industry-standard game engine.

Ages 12 – 16
Aug. 16 to 20
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Mountain Bike Tiny Tots

It’s time to ride tiny tots! Get your youngster ready to ride this summer. If campers are still on training wheels then an adult needs to be present to assist during the lesson...

Ages 4 – 5
Thursdays from Aug. 5 to 26
3:30 to 4:15 p.m.

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Mountain Bike Jr. Jumpers

Get outside and ride. Campers should be comfortable on two wheels, have ridden the Bike Skills park before, and keen to work on all skills and trails with some jumping instruction...

Ages 6 – 8
Thursdays from Aug. 5 to 26
4:20 to 5:20 p.m.

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Mountain Bike Sweet Shredders

Calling all shredders! We will work on all skills and progressions, trail riding, bike skills park and more. Come play with bikes!

Ages 9 – 10
Thursdays from Aug. 5 to 26
5:30 to 6:45 p.m.

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Mountain Bike Youth Rippers

Grab your gear and get ready to rip. We will work on all skills and progressions, trail riding, bike skills park and more. Come play on some bikes and enhance your skills! 

Ages 11 – 14
Thursdays from August 5 to 26
6:45 to 8 p.m.

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Kodiaks Summer Camps

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Kodiaks Basketball Camps

Ages 9 – 14
July 26 – 30 or August 9 – 13
9am – 4pm (Friday ends at noon)

 

Kodiaks Senior Basketball Camp

Ages 14 – 18
July 26 – 29
6 – 9pm

 

Kodiaks Volleyball Camps

Ages 11 – 14
August 3 – 6
9am – 4pm or 6 – 9pm

 

Kodiaks Female Volleyball Camp

Ages 14 – 18
August 16 – 20
9am – 4pm

 

Kodiaks Senior Volleyball Camp

Ages 14 – 18
August 16 – 20
6 – 9pm

 

 

 

WELCOME TO THE START OF AN AMAZING SUMMER.

 

Summer camps: FAQs

When and where do I bring my camper on the first day of camp?

Camp drop-off begins 15 minutes before the start of camp in the designated location.

What forms do I need to fill out and bring on the first day?

A camp administrator will email medical Information and Waiver forms before the first day of camp.

What is the earliest/latest time I can drop off/pick up my camper?

Campers can be dropped off at the designated location 15 minutes before the camp. They can be picked up right at the end of camp. If you need to drop off or pick up at a different time, please communicate with the instructor.

Is there a sign-in/out policy?

All campers must be signed in and out of Lethbridge College Summer Camps by the designated person(s) indicated on the Camper Information and Consent Form. Parents may allow their child to sign themselves in and out. Such permission must be indicated on the Camper Information and Consent Form. For campers that are not noted as self-sign out, parents and authorized individuals will be asked to present photo ID when picking up their child.

Do I need to pack a lunch for my camper?

For half-day or active camps, please pack snacks and water for your child.  For full-day camps, please also pack a lunch or bring money for the food court.

My camper has a peanut allergy. Are the camps nut-free?

Lethbridge College Summer Camps encourages all campers to refrain from bringing nut products to camp. However, Lethbridge College is an open campus, and therefore we cannot guarantee that there will be no exposure to nut products while at camp.

What items should my camper bring?

Please ensure your camper brings the following items to camp each day:

  • water bottle
  • bagged lunch
  • appropriate clothing based on the camp
  • any self-administered medication (Ventolin inhaler, Epipen etc.)

Please ensure all valuables are left at home. Lethbridge College Summer Camps are not responsible for any damage, loss or theft of personal items brought to camp.