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LWCC Summer Multi Sport Camps

Sign up for a week or  now come for the day only!  Only $52 per day 

Just register and select to pay off line.

Our camps at LWCC will be co-ed ages 6 to 14 and will run from Monday to Friday.

This year LWCC will partner with Basketball Canada Steve Nash program and Tennis Manitoba to form the foundation of a multi sport camp. Children will be able to play basketball, soccer, tennis, badminton, pickleball, dodgeball, volleyball, ball hockey and even some time at the spray park. This will be on a rotational program that is sure to be fun for all ages. Children will be split into age groups and will have supervision that will include a program director for each sport with support staff to help.

Due to supplies the camp gift will be replaced  with a new basketball or soccer ball.

Cost will be $260 per week,     , Multi Week rate is $200, day rate is $52 per day

Times:  8am to 5pm daily.  ,     Drop off at 7:45am

Dates:     See you in 2018

Child requirements

Backpack, Water bottle,Hat,Sun Screen,Extra dry clothes, towel, Indoor gym shoes , outdoor shoes
Lunch  ( Break we will have lunch from noon to 1pm)  A day schedule will be available  closer to camp dates.


LWCC  Tennis Program:  All ages

   Thursdays from 6 to 8pm Starts July-27-2017  


​ All programs will be facilitated by certified instructors from Tennis Manitoba.

Program 1 - Instruction - Beginners

  • 8 weeks: instruction for beginners or intermediate 6 - 7 pm                                                                         
  • Cost per person for 8 weeks: $70.00                                                                                                                    
  • Open to kids and adults.

      Participants may register for both sessions.

Program 2 - Instruction - Experienced

  • 8 weeks: instruction for beginners or intermediate 7 - 8 pm                                                                         
  • Cost per person for 8 weeks: $70.00                                                                                                                    
  • Open to kids and adults.


  Camps by others hosted at LWCC

Mad Science: July 10 to 14, Aug-14 to 18,  2017  (school age)  All day

(204) 775-7959 , Email: , Website

Basketball: Aug-14 to 18 (Boys born in 2005-2006-2007) 10am to noon

to Register email:

Volleyball Girls: TBA


Volleyball Boys : Aug-21 to 25 and  28 to Sept-1,   ,  Boys Grade 8 to 12, 

Email:,  Website :

Information and contact information will be listed below as supplyied , Please call or visit the groups Web page for details if not listed

Mad Science Camps Summer 2017

The world’s leader in science enrichment programming will be holding two separate week-long science camps throughout the summer.  Dates and locations for a camp convenient to you can be found on our website.  Camps are Monday to Friday 9AM to 4PM with free early drop off and optional late pickups available.  To register on line or for additional information please go to our website: 

Crazy Chemworks Camp!!

Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! These five days of chemistry are packed solid with cool reactions. Campers put on goggles and change liquid to solid and back again. They get to handle laboratory tools, build and break molecules, and pick up some tricks on chemical changes. As a bonus, each camper will receive enough ‘take-homes’ throughout the week to start your own lab at home after the camp is over and will know how to handle each instrument!!

  Secret Agent Lab Camp  

Look out 007—the Mad Science spy academy is in session! From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, children will have the opportunity to check out spy equipment and even create their own edible messages! They will use the Secret Code Breaker to communicate in code, like real spies. With the Undercover Observer, children step into the shoes of spies in action. What looks like an ordinary camera is actually a sneaky surveillance device that lets children spy on the side.