Glacier Gymnastics to hold year end shows

The club's athletes will perform Tuesday and Wednesday at the Civic Centre.

Athletes from Glacier Gymnastics will leap

The Glacier Gymnastics Club is hosting its annual Year End Show on Tuesday and Wednesday at the club’s facility located downstairs in the Civic Centre.

Everyone is invited to come out and watch this popular event that consists of group and solo performances by the Glacier Gymnastics Club’s pre-competitive and competitive boys and girls teams and the club’s acro/dance display team. Don’t miss the excitement of the tumbling finale, with the never-ending flips by the competitive team.

The performances, which both start at 6 p.m., will feature 40 Zone champions and medalists and 12 provincial champions and medalists, including Brianne Stefani, BC Winter Games and provincial champion.

“The club had a very successful competitive year,” said head coach Sandra Long. “This season, our competitive gymnastics and trampoline teams brought home several medals and team titles from zone, provincial and international meets. The Year End Show provides an opportunity for these accomplished gymnasts to wow the community with the amazing skills they learned and competed this year.”

Tickets are on sale for $10 each and can be purchased at the Glacier Gymnastics Club.

The club is currently taking registrations for preschool and six years and up summer camps. Sign up early, space is limited.

For more information or to purchase show tickets, please contact the Glacier Gymnastics Club at 352-2227 or heather@glaciergymnastics.com.

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