biking camps in vancouver


Spring Bike Camps in West Vancouver & North Vancouver

Spring camps in the North Shore. Where do we start? Let’s start by saying that we have the best backyard in the world! No wonder why we have such a great variety of  Bike Camps to choose from. Surrounded by mountains with bike trails that range from easy rides to more challenging ones, here is a little information about the highlights of the different Spring Bike Camps we find in Vancouver. They all have something special to offer and having kids going through many of these bike camps I can honestly say that they have always been a great experience, done with safety in mind and inspiring the love for the sport.

Bike Camps

Bike-Riding in North Vancouver

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Christmas Ski & snowboarding camps

Christmas Skiing & Snowboarding Camps Vancouver – 2013

Skiing & Snowboarding Camps 2013With freezing temperatures in Vancouver for the next couple of days, it’s that time of the year to think about activities for our kids and ourselves for the upcoming (already started by many) Christmas Season. As usual, Kids Camps Canada is aiming to make your work easier by giving you a quick overview and links to the 3 North Shore Mountains offering Skiing & Snowboarding Camps.  Continue reading



Registrations ongoing for:

3D Basketball: Clinics & Winter Camps

Delbrook-Steve Nash: CLOSED

Fall Program WVBC : Basketball with Coach Greg Meldrum

NORWESTERS Track and Field Club: Fall Fees in effect

WEST VANCOUVER Track & Field Club Fall Fees in effect

Capilano RUGBY Football Club 2013-2014 Season

One Dance Creative Art Center Fall Registration in effect

Vanleena Registration for the 2013-2014 season

Seymour Dance

Perform Art Studios

RNB Dance

Easy Dancing BC School Age & Adults

Shift Dance Academy: Still Open


Coming Up…

North Shore Stars Volleyball Club:  Tryouts will start on December 2013


Kids Camps Directory

Summer Camps in Vancouver

That also means it’s time to help parents find the right camp for their kids. That Summer Camp can be yours! Kids Camps Canada targets specific demographics within Vancouver, giving your listing a much better chance to hit the right niche, plus we are the only Camp directory divided by categories that provides the opportunity for your campers to rate your camp. 

We also added a couple of payment options to our regular price structure, in case you still have few spots to fill:
$50.00 for 1 months or 30 days. Be on Top of the Category List + All the info + 3 Pictures
$90.00 for3 months or 90 days. Be on Top of the Category List + All the info + 3 Pictures

And… we just had our first Press Release to make sure our listings get a boost in visibility!

It really is a win-win situation for parents and camp owners, making it easier to find the appropiate summer camp for your kid and giving the camp owner the chance to find oyt how to improve their camp experience and enjoy more precious moments with the kids.
Let us know how can we help you make your camp a success this season, check out our listings, add a listing and rate the camps!!
Happy Summer,
The Kids Camps Team
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Wheat Free Cookies

Yum, yum, Wheat free Banana Oatmeal Coconut Cookies!

Ok, so it’s been a while since I posted anything about my wheat free diet, but after the successful cookie recipe I just did, I felt compelled to share it with the world (Even if the world means 2 people, including my husband & I…LOL!)

So here it is. It’s a modified recipe from the one given by my friend WaiLing to me. This cookie recipe is great to use up that last sad banana ripen away in your kitchen.

Wheat Free Modified Wilma’s Banana Oatmeal Coconut Cookies


 1 Mashed Banana

1tsp Vainilla extact

3/4 cup of Brown Sugar or Demerara sugar

1 Egg; beaten

1/2 cup of melted Butter

1 cup of Gluten Free All purpose Baking Flour ( I used the Bob’s Red Mill brand)

1/2 tsp Baking Soda

1 tbsp of Tapioca powder

1/2 cup of shredded Coconut

2 cups of Oatmeal

Chocolate chips to taste

Almonds are also optional

Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl mix together the banana, vainilla, sugar, egg & butter. Set aside

Mix together flour, baking soda, and tapioca. Then mix in coconut and oatmeal. Add dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and mix until just moistened. Then add chocolate chips.

Drop spoonful of batter on parchment paper lined cookie sheet. Bake for about 12 minutes until cookie starts to brown.

Get cookies on a cooling cookie rack.

Voila! Enjoy ;)

See, for me a successful wheat free recipe or no gluten recipe, is that one in which you can’t tell by the taste or the texture that there is no wheat flour or that you used a substitute. This wheat free cookie recipe achieved just that. You would never know there is no wheat flour in it ;)


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