Okanagan All Stars host skills camp

High performance hockey program to begin next week in Kelowna is headed by Mike Bromberg, who has coached junior hockey in the U.S.

The Okanagan All Stars are hosting a series of camps for higher level players beginning Monday in Kelowna.

The Okanagan All Stars Hockey Club will be hosting a 14-session skills camp beginning next week in Kelowna.

Hosted by head instructor, Mike Bromberg, this is an advanced skills camp for kids born in 2010 and advanced 2011 skaters.

This is not a beginner program.

Your player must be an above average skater, able to understand instructions, wiling to challenge themselves, and able to perform all drills unassisted at a similar pace of the other kids.

The camp starts Monday, Oct.10 and runs for 14 sessions generally from 4 to 5 p.m., Mondays at Prospera Place in Kelowna. (Due to scheduling of other events and Rockets games/practices, some times may be moved later, or to alternate days.)

The schedule will be distributed mid month for the following month.

The fee for this camp is $365.

Peewee and Advanced Atom Skills Camp (Females only)

This is a 14-session advanced peewee skills camp for females born in 2004 and 2005 and advanced 2006 females. This is not a beginner program.

Your player must be an above average skater, able to understand instructions, wiling to challenge themselves, and able to perform all drills unassisted at a similar pace of the other kids.

The camp starts Monday,  Oct. 10 and runs for 14 sessions, generally from  5  to 6:15pm at Prospera Place in Kelowna. (Due to scheduling of other events and Rockets games/practices, some times may be moved later, or to alternate days.)

The schedule will be distributed mid month for the following month.

The fee for this camp is $395.

To register, for schedule and more infomration please visit http://camps.okanaganallstars.com

 

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