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Active Adventure for Girls

After School Program

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Located In Eastern Shelburne County
Areas Served Eastern Shelburne County ; Lockeport ; Shelburne (town of)
Phone 902-875-3544 ext 229
Contact Lisa Locke, Recreation Cooridnator, Municipality of Shelburne; Phone: 902-875-3544 ext 229; Email:
Mailing Address c/o Lisa Locke 
PO Box 280 
Hammond St 
Shelburne, NS B0T 1W0
Description & Services
Information Active Adventure for Girls is a girls-only after school program for students at Shelburne Regional High School and Lockeport Regional High School. The program runs in the Fall each year at SRHS and the Spring for LRHS and is FREE for participants. The goal is to get girls active and expose them to the different physical activity opportunities within their community.  
The program runs for 6-8 weeks and each week the girls participate in a different sport or physical activity. Some for the activities that have been done in the past include skateboarding, kickboxing, tennis, yoga, golf, kayaking, beach volleyball, gymnastics, dance, canoeing and archery.  
This program is sponsored by Province of Nova Scotia.
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) - 15 year(s)
Special Information
Tags After School Programs ; Community Sport Organizations ; Fall Fun ; For women & girls ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Youth