The Comox Valley Lacrosse Association is hosting free drop-in sessions aimed at youth new to the sport.

Comox Valley Minor Lacrosse to host free drop-in sessions

In February, the Comox Valley Lacrosse Association – host of the 2020 midget provincials — is hosting four free drop-in sessions aimed at youth new to the sport (birth years 2004 – 2015).

As experience is not necessary, it provides a great opportunity for youth who have never played lacrosse to try the sport before the season starts. All kids need is the willingness to try lacrosse and have fun while doing it.

Drop-in sessions will be held at the 19 Wing Fitness and Recreation Centre at 1350 Military Row.

Saturday, Feb. 1 and 8 runs from 1-3 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 2 and 9 runs from 9-11 a.m.

All that is required is for kids to bring a helmet (full face mask) and gloves (hockey helmet and gloves are fine). Sticks will be provided.


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