The Kilsyth Basketball School Holiday Camp is run during the January, April, July and September/October school holidays. The camps focuses on teaching specific skills each day in a fun and stimulating environment. Camp is open to all boys and girls aged 5 -12 years.
Our next School Holiday Camp will be held in April 2019 at the Kilsyth Sports Centre.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Enrolment is open to boys and girls aged between 5 and 12 years. Previous basketball experience is not a prerequisite as children are grouped according to their age and ability.
Each session of our program will cover the basic skills of basketball with a particular emphasis on shooting, defence or ball handling each session.
Qualified Coaches and Senior Kilsyth Cobras players will be running these sessions.
Tuesday 16th April, 2019
Wednesday 17thApril, 2019
Thursday 18thApril, 2019
Time: 10am – 2pm
Where:Kilsyth Sports Centre – 115 Liverpool Road, Kilsyth 3137
1st Child $35.00 per day (inc GST)
Extra Children* $30.00 per day (inc GST)
Full Camp 1st Child $100.00 for 3 days* (inc GST)
Extra Child Full Camp* $90.00 for 3 days* (inc GST)
* Must be same immediate family to claim family discount
Lunch orders can be placed at the kiosk on arrival.
NOTE: THE KIOSK WILL ALSO BE OPEN FOR GENERAL SALES AT LUNCHTIME.
Forms will be available from the foyer of both Kilsyth and Lilydale Stadiums, or by phoning the office on 9728 1033 during business hours. All sessions are held at Kilsyth Stadium. Children are asked to bring a basketball with their name clearly marked. Completed form & money may be lodged at the Kilsyth Stadium Office, the kiosk at Kilsyth or Lilydale, or mail to: Cobra’s Holiday Program, P.O. Box 106, Kilsyth 3137. Cheques are no longer accepted.
Due to the nature of this activity refunds are not available
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