Over ten individual sports clinics are offered with instruction in the fundamental skill development for each sport. The program is open to all male & female residents in the metropolitan Buffalo & Lackawanna area between the ages of 6-16. These programs are offered at no cost; thus enrollment is limited to a first come first served availability. These programs operate the months of July through August.
Equipment maintenance, vocabulary, fundamental skills & drill, how to score and job opportunities that are related to the field will be covered.
Students will learn effective skills (e.g. passing/receiving, lay-up and outside shooting, dribbling, rebounding, guarding, etc.) along with regulations, rules, and drills that can be utilized for personal development.
Equipment maintenance, vocabulary, fundamental sills & drill, how to score and job opportunities that are relate to the field will be covered.
Students will be taught basic skills, strategies, rules and conventions, and participate safely with appropriate personal, social behavior, and job opportunities that are related to the field of soccer. Campers will compete in a competitive afternoon summer league in which awards will be given out to playoff teams!
7/20 – 8/31 9:00 am to 12:00 pm @ Johnnie B Wiley
8/3 – 8/21 9:00 am to 12:00 pm @ Riverside Park
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Elite Volleyball: TBD
Campers will learn the skills (e.g. legal overhand serve, forearm pass, set, spike, etc.) with few, if any, observable errors in technique, along with the rules & regulations of game play. Campers will also get to display their skills in summer league games!
Rowing is a rewarding sport with a unique balance of techniques, fitness and character. Classes at the West Side Rowing Club are for the complete beginner to learn the basics to enjoy a new sport on the waterways. Learn-To-Row coaches are hand-selected from rowers within the West Side Rowing Club membership who have shown expertise in both knowledge of the rowing stroke and the ability to teach it. They take pride in teaching participants to be well rounded with knowledge in both sculling and sweep rowing.
We have a history of promoting water safety through local swimming lessons and awareness and education of safety needs around pools and open water. Our program gives children ages 5 and older, the opportunity to learn to swim in a safe environment. The program is designed to allow students to learn at their own pace, defeat the fear of water, and master the skills at each level before attempting the next challenge.
Lackawanna Summer Clinics
Zandras’ Entrepreneurial & Motivational Hour: TBD
Heritage Dance: TBD