The Kamloops Sports Council acknowledges that we are on the territory of the Secwepemc Nation, specifically the territory of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc People.

The KSC team virtually joined the Drum for the Children on September 30th, 2021 at 2:15 pm to honour the children who survived Indian Residential Schools and to remember those who never made it home.
River Beaver Classic 2021

River Beaver Classic Farm Aid Funduro
October 2nd & 3rd, 2021
Presented by the KPCC and the Bicycle Cafe
This event is a fundraiser for the Farm, which lost everything in the
White Rock Lake Fires.

- Fun- Duro ( Enduro race for Novice Enduroists)
- Dual Slalom
- Downhill
- Pump Track Challenge (FREE)

Registration closes Friday September 30th @ 6pm
2022 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, Presented by Best Western
2022 BC Men’s Curling Championship

January 4th to January 9th, 2022, at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre in Kamloops.  

Timers are needed as part of the events officiating team. Anyone 16 years or older can do the job provided they take at least the Level 1 training. To register for one of these virtual training, click on the links provided below.

Register Here: Virtual Level 1

Register Here: Virtual Level 2

For more information on Curl BC’s officiating pathway
please click Here

For more details please visit the website Here

Physical Literacy 101
Saturday, October 30th, 2021
Kamloops, BC- Tournament Capital Centre

Join us for this interactive workshop to gain a better understanding of physical literacy. You will learn what and how to apply physical literacy concepts in all of the environments: air, land, ice/snow, water, and wheels. You will leave with a better understanding of physical literacy, key concepts to improve your programs, and knowledge of how you can encourage continual improvement and development of physical literacy across the lifespan. In Partnership with Sport for Life and PLAYKamloops. You will receive a certificate upon completion

To Register please contact Nicole Beauregard (250) 828-3653 or nbeauregard@kamloops.ca

This workshop will be offered for free thanks to Canadian Parks and Recreation Gender Equity in Recreational Sports Community Grant Program. 
Women in Wellness - Meet & Greet

Wednesday, October 6th, 1 pm- 3 pm at McDonald Park

You are invited to join us for a free Women in Wellness meet and greet event. This is an opportunity to socialize and meet new women in your community. Free snacks will be available. Children are welcome.

Please RSVP Here

Dress for the Weather: This event will happen rain or shine. The current forecast will be 16 degrees Celsius (Note: No snow in the forecast, but some great tips on how to stay warm and dry. The fall/autumn weather can change fast so be prepared. Please view our clothing tips in a variety of languages More Translations
AquaGo Recreation

September 13th, 2021- May 30th, 2022

Our Intro to artistic swimming program introduces and refines basic synchronized swimming skills and team-based routines. This program is designed for kids between the ages of 6 and 12 who are comfortable swimming in deep water. We introduce and continue to teach basic swimming skills throughout the program. 

We are so excited to be back in 2022. 
A Kamloops reunion celebrating community, connection, and movement. 

Mark your calendar: Sunday, April 24th, 2022!
We believe that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
KidSport Kamloops is a local chapter of KidSport Canada. Funds raised locally are spent locally and are distributed as grants to cover registration and/or equipment fees associated with participation in a season of sport.
For more information please email us at kidsportkamloops@sportbc.ca or call 250.828.3822.
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Kamloops Sports Council
Getting to Know Our Local Sport Organizations

About KVA and what they do?

The Kamloops Volleyball Association (KVA) is comprised of a youth program (KVA PACK) and Adult program. KVA PACK is committed to providing a sports environment that is athlete-centered and which is characterized by open, clear communication and honesty, fairness, and mutual respect.
On the youth side, we offer indoor and beach programs for ages 12-17. Adult offers recreational and competitive co-ed and ladies-only indoor and beach programs.

 How long has the organization been operating?

Incorporated in the late ’90s and started with 6-8 girls teams. Our biggest year was 2019 where we had 3 boys and 12 girls plus a Train ‘n’ Play program and a House League with 5 teams.

What are some of your proudest league successes or accomplishments?

  • Current athletes that are selected to TeamBC Regional and Provincial Teams.
  • Alumni that are recruited by post-secondary institutions.

What has KVA been working on lately?

We just completed our AGM and added have some new faces. We are currently working on plans for our upcoming 2022 season. Tryouts are scheduled for December 2021 with the season starting January 2022.  More information on our website as it becomes available.

What are some of KVA's future goals?

  • Attract indoor regional competitions to Kamloops with the support of VolleyballBC, COK, and Kamloops Sports Council.
  • Ongoing discussions with CoK and Kamloops Sports Council for building additional facilities/space as we and other organizations are always competing for the same space.
  • Build our own/shared facility, as we are 100% reliant on CoK, SD73, and Independent Schools to allow us to use their facilities.

How can people learn more about the league and become involved?
We have sent many teams to provincial and national championships with a lot of success.  

 How do people connect with KVA to learn more and get involved? 


The Kamloops Sports Council Team