Multi-Sport Camp with UVIC’s Office of Indigenous Academic & Community Engagement
The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council is please to present a multi-sport themed camp for Indigenous youth (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) hosted in partnership with the University of Victoria’s Office of Indigenous Academic & Community Engagement and First People’s House.
Come and spend three days on campus to make new friends, play and have fun! Learn where sports can take you, gain new skills on the field and court or just come hang out and see what’s happening! Every day is different!
I·SPARC’s amazing coaches will be sharing their skills and knowledge of sport through fun games and challenges, youth do not need any previous playing experience, it’s all about FUN!
** Soccer, played by hundreds of millions of people in over 200 countries! It really is the world’s most popular sport.
** Ultimate Spirit is so much more than sport! Come play Duck Hunt, Entourage and Sky Battle with our world champion coaches!! Ever heard of a Magic Air Bounce or a Scoober? Come discover the Spirit of the Game and learn why Ultimate Frisbee is one of I·SPARC’s MOST requested sports on the island!
**Basketball, invented in 1891 by a Canadian-American gym teacher has evolved to one of the world’s most popular and widely viewed sports!
Register Online: https://aboriginalsportbc.wufoo.com/forms/zbq2zcg101bmg9/
Poster: UVIC MultiSport Aug2019
Open to Indigenous Youth (First Nation, Metis, Inuit) ages 11 to 17
DATE(S) & TIME(S)
Monday to Wednesday August 12 to 14th
9:30am to 2pm
The camp will take place on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen People and will be held at the following venue:
University of Victoria
3800 Finnerty Road
Victoria BC, V8P 5C2
Pick-up and Drop-off at First People’s House (FPH) near the centre of the campus, in the green space along the north edge of the quad to the south of the University Centre.
All sport specific equipment will be provided. Participants are suggested to wear comfortable clothing and footwear.
Snack & lunch is provided. Please bring a water bottle
For more information, please contact:
Indigenous Initiatives Coordinator, UVIC
Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator, Vancouver Island Region