Camp #1: July 8 – 11, 2015
Camp #2: July 12 – 15, 2015
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There are 2 fun filled four days sessions available to
campers aged 13 – 18.
Early to mid-July is the usual time frame for camp.
The camp provides six different of skills groups so whether you are new to the sport or are striving to win a Juvenile or High School championship, there is a group of curlers just like you. Lots of curling campers attend with a friend who is new to the sport because there is so much more than just curling instruction because recreation and socializing are a huge part of camp.
Campers come from all over the province ranging from The Big City to Tiny Town, Saskatchewan. Friendships and connections are made here and held on to for many years. Many of the on-ice instructors are former curling campers themselves. They keep coming back to teach because they had so much fun once upon a time that they want to make sure that all the campers have the same fun they had.
CURLSASK enlists the talents of the best instructors in Saskatchewan. These people have been around, so to speak, and they know their stuff. A ratio of 1 instructor for every 8 campers is the rule and then there is one on-ice assistant for every sheet of ice. Every camper gets lots of individual attention.
2015 REGISTRATION FORM COMING SOON….
The SaskEnergy Prairieland Curling Camp will provide curling instruction in an enjoyable atmosphere to junior curlers of varied ability. Two separate camps are offered and campers may only attend one of the two camps. There are up to 96 spots available for each camp depending on interest.
Campers must be a minimum of 13 years of age to a maximum of 17 years of age on December 31, 2014. (Born 2000 to 1996 inclusive)
Campers that are under the minimum eligible age, may be considered if athletes are needed to fill the camp(s) and are encouraged to still apply.
Areas of Instruction
Camp participants will be placed into “Groups” based on age and ability. The group placement will be determined primarily by age, with consideration to technical ability and information provided on the registration form. Instruction emphasis will vary at each level. Areas of instruction include delivery analysis, strategy, brushing, mental and physical preparation, game situations, rules, fair play and much more. Social events are planned for each evening at camp as well as recreation time during the day.
Accommodation, Meals and Transportation
There are both camping and hotel facilities available. If participants are staying in the hotel or campground, it is MANDATORY that a legal guardian accompanies them. Billet accommodations are also available at an additional cost of $50.00. Billet hosts will provide transportation, bed and breakfast. If campers require a billet, the $50.00 must be paid prior to camp.
Lunches and suppers are included in the registration fee.
Participants are responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from camp, although once they are at camp, most facilities are within walking distance.
How to Register
Registrations will be accepted at the office until May 1st, 2015 in order to be considered. Acceptance will be based on selection criteria determined by the CURLSASK. A waiting list will be kept. Upon being accepted into camp, campers will receive a package detailing camp information, billet information, medical form, and a receipt for your camp fee.
Mail completed registration form along with your fee of $350.00 (GST included), by May 1, 2015, to:
613 Park Street
Regina, Sask. S4N 5N1
Inquiries can be directed to Amber Holland. Phone: 1-877-722-2875 or (306) 780-9403 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 Medical & Consent Form
For accommodation information in Nipawin – www.nipawin.com
CURLSASK Past President’s Club – donation of $400 to assist with 2 campers registration fees
Julie Segovia (Ron Mills Award) – donation of $500 to assist with 2 campers registration fees
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