Still several weeks of summer camp happening at River City Gymnastics and 2 lucky winners will be chosen to receive one free full day of summer camp each hosted by River City Gymnastics. Camp runs 9:00-3:00, Monday-Friday for ages 3-11 valid until August 31.
Each day, campers participate in instructed gymnastics skills, outside activities, crafts, and tons of fun games! 2-3 days a week our school age group takes field trips into the community for some extra fun!
Don’t miss our exciting next two weeks: Parkour and Triple Threat. These weeks are jam packed with awesome skill development as well as some new field trip experiences.
X Fest 2015, featuring Project X Theatre, will be performing The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood and The Shakespeare Story until August 1, 2015.
The performance schedule can be found here, and we’ve gathered a list of what you need to know to make your experience more fun!
What ages are the shows suitable for?
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood is suitable for kids 5 years old age and older, while The Shakespeare Story is suitable for audiences older than 13 years of age. My 4 year old and 6 year old enjoyed The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, while I attended The Shakespeare Story on an adult “date”.
Project X Theatre is proud to have theatre that is accessible to everyone and will be performing another pay-what-you-can matinee for The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood at 3:00 pm on August 1st, 2015 at Prince Charles Park.
2 for 1 tickets!
The next 2 for 1 night at X Fest will be July 27th, 2015 featuring The Shakespeare Story.
Hint: Get your tickets EARLY as the previous shows have sold out!
Robin Hood and Shakespeare-themed cookies are available to purchase at the concession, as well as popcorn and candy.
Looking for a family-friendly film during the Kamloops Film Festival? Head to the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, March 7th for the 3pm showing of Shana: The Wolf’s Music.
The coming-of-age story about a Canadian First Nations girl who triumphs over obstacles in her young life. Her new teacher discovers her extraordinary gifts as a violinist. When Shana goes on a spiritual journey, she befriends a wild wolf who guides her and she reconnects with her ancestors, including her mother. Finally, she is able to make peace with her Continue reading Shana: The Wolf’s Music→
Western Canada Theatre presents the charming The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Eric Carle Favourites on Tuesday, November 18, at Sagebrush Theatre. The triple-bill of incredible puppetry by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia has delighted children and parents alike around the world.