School-Aged & Youth (Ages 6-17)

These programs are specifically programmed for children ages 6-17. These program lengths and time vary as some run just once and others are for a session and some are offered after school and on weekends.

Playin in the Park

Playin in the Park

Playin in the Park is a free drop in program to get children outside participating in games, activities and having fun in nature. This program is designed for children aged 6 to 12 years old to get active in their neighbourhood, meet a new friend and enjoy the summer but not intended to be daycare or a babysitting program. Staff will be onsite during program hours, wearing grey and green shirts, to lead activities and ensure play safety. Parents are responsible for their children at all times and must be available in case of an emergency or issue. Registration is not required for this program just show up and join in. Make sure you dress for the weather, bring a full water bottle and wear footwear you can play safely in. There will be access to a portapotti on site for washroom breaks. Playground equipment may be used but will not be sanitized, nor will staff provide hand sanitizer. Staff will not provide or apply sunscreen or bug spray to any children, please apply before arriving. Playin in the park may be cancelled due to inclement weather. Visit www.leduc.ca/recreation-programs for more information.

Sportball Week Camp

Sportball Week Camp

Check out the Adventure Camp for ages 3.5-5 & Field Play Camp for ages 6-9. Both camps are half day, running at Kinsmen Park July 26-30, 2021. The coaches are hosting incredible games, activities and adventure for 5 straight days!

Sportball

Sportball

Sportball offers a big variety of Multi-Sport and Sport-Specific weekly class programs designed to teach kids the gross motor skills they need to get in the game, including balance, stamina, strength, timing and coordination. Expert Coaches break down skills into kid-sized bites of fun in supportive, non-competitive settings that encourage teamwork. Whether we’re teaching toddlers how to kick or pre-teens how to bat, our goal is the same: to give kids the tools to get in the game and leave them with the desire to stay in the game.