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SkateCamp coming to Linc Youth Centre on July 2-3

Many other activities available at centre such as basketball, ping pong and big screen TV

 

 

 

SkateCamp is happening July 2-3 at the Linc Youth Centre in Courtenay for skaters of all ages and abilities who want to improve their skills in their own private park.

Skaters who have been to the Linc know that it’s the sickest indoor bowl and street course around. With the Onethirtythree team coaching along with the JumpCamp crew, campers will have plenty of expertise to take advantage of. Whether you’re a beginner or just want to learn some new tricks, SkateCamp is the place to take your skills to the next level.

Besides the skating, the Linc offers outdoor basketball courts, a pool table, ping pong table, air hockey tables, Xbox, karaoke, a concession, a computer lab with Internet, a big screen TV and Nintendo Wii. With all this at your fingertips it’s safe to say SkateCamp is going to rock!

SkateCamp runs July 2-3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Linc Youth Centre 300 Old Island Highway, Courtenay. SkateCamp is for skaters of all abilities age 10 and up and will need to bring their skateboard, helmet, water bottle and lunch. Boards and helmets can be supplied by SkateCamp if necessary.

The cost for the camp is $115 (including tax).

SkateCamp includes professional instruction in the private skatepark, youth centre games, skate maintenance, safety, barbecue, snacks and product giveaways from sponsors Onethirtythree, Blue Toque, Skidlords, RK Designs, JumpCamp, Yummies and Gyros, Play N Trade, Sandbox, Thrifty Foods, Spy, Epic Board Skins and Volcom.

There is limited space available so register early. Registration can be made anytime online at jumpcamp.com/register or at the Linc. For more info and registration contact Alexis at the Linc 250-334-8138 or Patrick at JumpCamp 250-871-6836.

 

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