Are you thinking about summer yet? We Are! The HUB Sports Center has some great summer camps and tournaments going on. Multiple basketball, volleyball and cheer camps are lined up. High school volleyball summer league and basketball tournaments too. Click HERE to see our Summer Activities list to date. Check back often to see the latest additions to our summer schedule.
If you haven’t done so yet, join the HUB Sports Center Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HubSportsCenter) so you don’t miss out on the latest events and information.
Check out our upcoming HUB Sports Center Tournaments, Camps and other activities in the Special Events section below.
Events at the HUB Sports Center:
(*more details in Special Events below)
April 26-28 – WA State Level 5/6 Gymnastics Championships
May 3- Tougher than a Boy Scout Challenge
May 10 – Get Connected Community Resource Fair*
May 11 – UCA Spring Cheerleading Clinic
May 18 – SportCo Quest 4’s Volleyball Tournament
May 31 – Dads & Dudes Night*
June 8 – Hoopfirst 3v3 Basketball Tournament*
June 20-22 – Camp Classic Basketball Tournament
June 22 – All State Girls Basketball Showcase
June 24 – Elite Flyers Cheer Camp
Get Connected Community Resource Fair – Brought to you by the Greater Spokane Valley Healthy Communities Network. Looking for fun things to do this summer? Then plan to attend The Valley Summer Resource Fair on Friday, May 10th from 3-6pm at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. This connection event will help you find what the Greater Spokane Valley community has going on this summer! Health, wellness, recreational activities, events, classes/camps, workshops, community resources and more will be covered at this FREE event! Open to all ages, abilities and socioeconomic status. Over 40 organizations participating.
Click Here to see a list of participating organizations.
Dads & Dudes Night – Join us Friday, May 31st
from 6:00pm-9:00pm for another Dads & Dudes Night co-sponsored by Boy Scouts of America Inland Northwest Council. This event is about fathers and sons spending quality time together having fun, deepening relationship and making positive memories. Come have a ball and barrel of fun playing sports and silly games. All ages welcome (Uncles and Grandpas too). Click Here for registration and more details.
HOOPFIRST 3v3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT– Get your team together and join us for this tournament June 8th. Boys and Girls in 4th-12th grade can sign up for one of three divisions of play. Only 8 teams per division. Sign up early for a discount and to guarantee your team a spot. $95/team ($75/team if registered by May 11th.) Registration Deadline is May 24th. Registration Forms available HERE.
Spring Classes & Camps!!
- KidFit Spokane Classes include, Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Tap, Gymnastics and Cheerleading. Click Here to visit their website with dates, times and pricing.
- Zumba Aerobics – Classes will be held on Monday nights from 6:00-7:00pm as well as Saturday mornings 9:00-10:00am. $3 to drop-in. Click Here for details.
- Kung Fu Class – Tuesday & Thursday nights 7:00-8:30pm. Call to register 509-927-0602.
- SportCo Volleyball Spring Training Camp – April 29th to May 18th from 6:00pm-8:00pm
- UCA Spring Cheer Clinic – May 11th from 10:00am-3:00pm
- Eclipse Volleyball Skills Camp – May 21st to May 23rd from 5:00pm-7:00pm or 5:00-9:00pm
We are scheduling our summer camps for 2013. Currently scheduled are:
Eclipse Volleyball Camp – June 11-13,
Elite Flyers Cheer Camp – June 24-28,
Basics Basketball Spokane – July 8-10,
Eclipse Volleyball Camp – July 8-10,
Game Time Basketball Camp – July 15-17,
Showcase Basketball Camp – July 22-23,
Advantage Basketball Camp – August 5-9,
Isaiah Thomas Basketball Skills Academy – August 12-14,
Eclipse Volleyball Camp – August 19-21,
Game Time Basketball Camp – August 26-28.
More will be added.. More will be added. Please click here for more information.
Summer Leagues & Tournaments!!
Hoopfirst 3v3 Basketball Tournament – June 8
HS Volleyball Summer League – Mon/Tues in July
Camp Classic HS Basketball Tournament – Thurs-Sat in July
Open Gym times at the HUB Sports Center
- Pickleball Drop In on Mon. thru Thurs. from 12:30-2:30pm. – $4/player ($2/seniors)
- Pickleball Evening Drop In on Mon. & Wed. from 5:00-7:00pm – $4/player ($2/seniors)
- Basketball Open Gym on Tuesday Lunchtime from 11:45am – 1:15pm. – $4/player
- Badminton Open Gym on Tuesday evening from 7:00-9:00pm. $5/player (includes shuttles)
Please visit the website www.hubsportscenter.org for more detailed information on these classes and activities.
These businesses and organizations have supported the HUB Sports Center recently. We urge you to support them whenever possible.
Thank you for your support:
Spalding Auto Parts
Special Thanks to our Supporters of the HUB 360 program!
Upper Columbia Academy Nutrition Team, Operation Healthy Family (See It-Say It), Wiley E. Waters, Councilman Chuck Hafner, Spokane Valley Fire Department, Warrior Camp Fitness.
You can also support us through a business sponsorship with the HUB Sports Center. We are planning for over 165,000 kids and families participating in events this coming season. Contact Phil Champlin for our sponsorship information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Have your athlete’s party at the HUB Sports Center.Come and play basketball, volleyball and/or soccer at the HUB Sports Center for an active, fun birthday. Check out the details at: www.hubsportscenter.org/birthday-parties.
Our mission is to thread together the faith, business, sports, education and government communities to promote a safe environment, life skills and secure future. To bring together ordinary people with diverse backgrounds, empowered by God, working to provide a positive impact on youth and the community. Thank you for your support and encouragement to fulfill this mission.
The HUB Sports Center is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. Tax ID number: 26-0173199. We use these gifts for scholarships, the HUB 360 afterschool program and operations. Thank you for your support.
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