Girls at Bat Summer 2022

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She Can! is excited to announce its FREE Girls At Bat program offered in partnership with the Jays Care Foundation! Girls At Bat uses baseball to help girls learn and develop beyond the baseball field. It fosters connection, courage, leadership and love of sport in its participants.

This year, we have two types of programs:

Stepping Up To The Plate will be offered in Milton, Halton Hills and Burlington. This option is once per week, where athletes will learn the basics of baseball.

Getting Into the Game will be offered in Milton. This option is twice per week where participants will learn the basics of baseball, and have the opportunity to play more baseball games.

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Program Details:

  • For girls in grades 3-8
  • 8 weeks long
  • Free of charge!
  • Participants will be provided with all baseball equipment needed, and a snack each session

 

Getting Into The Game

  • Mondays and Wednesdays 5 pm - 6 pm
  • Sessions start on July 4
  • All sessions will take place at EW Foster softball diamond - 320 Coxe Blvd, Milton, ON L9T 4M5
  • Athletes are asked to wear clothes and shoes they can be active in

Stepping Up To The Plate Halton Hills

  • Thursdays 5pm - 6pm
  • Sessions start on July 7
  • All sessions will take place at St. Catherine of Alexandria school 407 Barber Dr, Georgetown, ON L7G 5H7
  • Athletes are asked to wear clothes and shoes they can be active in.

Stepping Up To The Plate Milton

  • Tuesdays 5pm - 6pm
  • Sessions start on July 5
  • All sessions will take place at Our Lady of Victory school - 540 Commercial St, Milton, ON L9T 3R2
  • Athletes are asked to wear clothes and shoes they can be active in.

Stepping Up To The Plate Burlington

  • Thursdays 5pm - 6pm
  • Sessions start on July 7
  • All sessions will take place at St. Patrick school - 200 Kenwood Ave, Burlington, ON L7L 4L8
  • Athletes are asked to wear clothes and shoes they can be active in.
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