Thunder Bay Diving Club Invites You to Try Diving at Canada Games Complex

Just floating around the pool at the Canada Games Complex
Just floating around the pool at the Canada Games Complex
Thunder Bay Diving Club - Walker a local youth on the diving board
Thunder Bay Diving Club – Walker a local youth on the diving board


  • Come and try something different for FREE!
  • Try out our equipment before getting in the water.
  • This Saturday, September 15th, 10:00 am till Noon

Thunder Bay, Ontario – As summer comes to an end, the Thunder Bay Diving Club’s outdoor display is also ending and moving it indoors. Throughout the summer the club could be spotted at various events such as Live on the Waterfront and most recently Hymers Fair. The divers displayed their acrobatic skills on the trampoline, harness, and rigs specifically designed for dive training.  If you were lucky enough and endured the lineups you got to try it as well. If you missed those opportunities or would like one another turn we have lined up one more event.

“When kids try the harness and trampoline for the first time, their eyes light up with excitement, truly something to treasure, it never gets old.”  Volunteer Parent

This Saturday, September 15th at the Canada Games Complex from 10 am till noon the club will have club coaches on hand to show you the various equipment such as trampolines and dryland springboards. Afterwards, you can even get wet and try the water springboards.

Pre-Registration is required.

Call the Canada Games Complex at 684-3333. For more information, call the Thunder Bay Diving Club office at 684-3341, or email

The Thunder Bay Diving Club (TBDC) is a not-for-profit organization promoting physical fitness and the sport of diving to the Thunder Bay community since 1982. TBDC offers programs for children of all ages and abilities; from 5 years of age to senior national athletes. TBDC strives to give each diver the opportunity to reach their fullest potential in a supportive, safe, and fun atmosphere. The sport of diving develops strength, coordination, balance, and flexibility. Diving is an excellent sport for enhancing your child’s physical, mental and social development.

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