Kayaking in Winnipeg


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  • Manitoba Paddling Association
    The Manitoba Paddling Association functions as the provincial sport governing body for local competitive canoeing, kayaking, and dragon boating. The association encourages the community to stay physically fit while still having fun through a variety of events such as races, year-round programs, and annual Dragon Boat festivals. Events change according to the season, and include summer camps that school beginners in the kayaking basics, spring training that introduces tougher techniques for competitive teams, and winter programs that offer opportunities to stay fit on shore, such as cross-country skiing, indoor circuit and strength training, and swimming laps in the snow.
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    80 Churchill Dr
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Mini U
    Printing designs on a 3D printer in a fabrication lab. Executing a pike and roll dive into a heated pool. Pulling off a magic trick with a standard deck of cards. More than 6,000 kids per year learn to perform these feats and more in Mini U's day camps, which unfold at University of Manitoba's state-of-the-art facilities. There are 62 camps total, geared towards kids ages 4?16, and just like the classes at a real university, they cover a plethora of topics. Some focus on chemistry and physics, while others focus on art, sports, dance, or leadership training?a necessary prerequisite to turning 18.
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    145 Frank Kennedy Center
    Winnipeg, MB CA
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