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H2O is offering day camps for kids during teacher strike days

With rotating strikes within B.C. schools over the past few weeks and the potential of an upcoming walkout, parents are left struggling to come up with options for their kids.

Over the past few strike days H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre has been running day camps designed to keep kids busy, active and learning and will be doing so for the upcoming rotating teachers strike set for Thursday June 12.

Staff are also preparing to start offering their summer day camps early in case of a full walkout which could take place as early as Monday, June 16. H2O’s half and full day camp options include morning aquatic camps and afternoon theme camps—providing flexibility so parents can customize for their families.

Event: Day camps at H2O Adventure + Fitness CentreDate: Rotating Teachers Strike Thursday June 12 and pending full walkout as early as June 16Time: Call Member Services for detailsLocation: H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre—4075 Gordon Dr. in Kelowna.

Cost: Members: $30, Non-members: $40

H2O Adventure and Fitness Center is operated by the YMCA of Okanagan and has increased the number of kids programs offered significantly over the past year. On a regular basis programs such as Movie Mania, Active Kidz Camp, Movie n’ Swim nights, and Weekend Boredom Busters provide kids with opportunities to be social, learn new skills, swim, explore interests and simply have fun.

The YMCA of Okanagan believes in the potential of every child. As a trusted charity with over 1000 associations across Canada, it has proven programs and services designed to meet the needs of the communities it serves.

For more information on day camps at H2O and for registration please call Member Services at 250-764-4040 and for details around ongoing programs and services visit ymcaokanagan.ca.

 

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