Many lesser known sports have devoted followings and great communities. We’ll explore 20 of these under-the-radar sports and you might just find a new favourite!

You’ll try things like ladder golf, kite flying, curling, billiards, canoeing, geocaching or build your own game.

In this project, you’ll:

  • Try activities in several categories, like winter, water, board games and more
  • Have the opportunity to invent a new game
  • Make your own tie-dye uniform
  • Learn proper stretching techniques

Reference Manual


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