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Museum Summer Camp - Bike Skills & Engineering

Learn about technical biking skills, fun STEAM activities, and taking care of the trails you love riding on! Explore how to take care of your biking equipment and navigate with maps while you are enjoying all of Rossland's incredible trails!
Mountain biking is a lifestyle, and we can't wait to show you all about mountain biking in an engaging and positive environment. Our community partners will join us throughout the week to help demonstrate a full spectrum approach to mountain biking.

In addition to the regular requirements of campers, Bike Camp campers will also need:
Bike with hand breaks
Helmet
Knee pads

When: July 27- July 31 & August 31- September 4 (each week will be a bit different, so it's definitely okay to book both!)
Who: 5 to 11 - Kids must be turning six by December 2020 and have been in Kindergarten.
Cost: $200 (10% discount for members - $180)
Times: 9am-4pm (8:30-9 drop off; 4-4:30 pick-up)

Maximum of 20 kids; Partial weeks may be possible, but priority is given to full-week registration.

Must bring two snacks, a lunch (no peanuts), water bottle, sun protection, outdoor clothing, and backpack; special equipment required for some weeks (e.g. Bike Skills, Hikes), but if this is of any concern, let us know!

To register, see our online store or our webpage: https://www.rosslandmuseum.ca/summer-camps-and-programsCall us at 250-362-7722 or email info@rosslandmuseum.ca if you need more information.
Refund Policy: Refunds are able to be issued if cancellations are made the Friday before the camp begins (72 hours).

**Our camp leaders and staff at the Rossland Museum are working diligently to prepare a safe and fun time for our campers and visitors alike. We must limit overall numbers at the museum as well as with our community partners/facilities and strictly adhere to these maximums in order to ensure social distancing is maintained all summer. Our camps will also feature many outdoor activities and regularly split into smaller groups whenever possible.

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