The fourth annual RBC Sports Day in Canada was celebrated at the NDCC on Saturday afternoon with featured sport activities and promotions.

National Sports Day celebrated in Nelson

Nelson participated in a national day of sport being celebrated across Canada.



The fourth annual RBC Sports Day in Canada on Saturday, November 30 was a national celebration of sport in communities across the country.

The Nelson event was hosted at the Nelson and District Community Complex on the concourse in the afternoon with many local sports clubs on hand.

With the goal of celebrating the role of sport in our community, kids and adults alike demonstrated their sport and watched others do the same.

On hand were the Glacier Gymnastics club, Kootenay Christian Tae Kwon Do school, the Nelson Curling Club, Nelson Rhythm Ropers, Can Skate, the Whitewater Ski Team, Nordic Ski Team and Squash Nelson.

To get people involved, the NDCC also offered cheap admission during that time which included swimming, skating, gym, and skate/helmet rentals were complimentary too.

 

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