Sertoma Fantasy Ice Skating Camp
For deaf and hard of hearing youth
Stay cool this summer while having fun learning to skate at Sertoma’s Fantasy Ice Skating Camp.
Campers will learn the basics of ice skating (figure skating and hockey) by professional coaches and assisted by volunteer helpers. Trained sign language interpreters will be present at all times throughout each day on and off the ice to assist in communication. On Thursday the camp will conclude with an awards ceremony and a pizza party.
When: August 19 to 22, 2013
Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: The Rinks Westminster Ice
13071 Springdale St.
Cost: $30 registration
Includes: 4-day camp, skates, lessons and snacks
Deaf campers age 7 to 17 years of age and campers using oral methods and cochlear implants are welcome.
Registration is limited to the first 100 applicants
Camp scholarships are available. check on the box on the application form on the back panel if you want more information about Camp scholarships. You can download and print this brochure below.
What to wear/bring: Long pants, long sleeve shirt, thin socks, closed toe shoes, jacket, gloves and a backpack. Optional: knee pads/elbow pads and hat or helmet.
If you wish to volunteer for Ice Skate Camp event, please click here to download and print the application. Follow the instructions inside.
There is also Baseball Camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth available too! For more information, please visit OC Sertoma’s website about baseball camp.