Kingsclear First Nation is pleased to announce that we have been chosen as the host community for the 2017 New Brunswick Indian Summer Games by Aboriginal Sport and Recreation New Brunswick. This week long event will bring approximately 1,200 First Nation Athletes, Coaches, & Community Volunteers to Kingsclear First Nation and City of Fredericton, New Brunswick to participate in sports, such as; Athletics, Ball Hockey, Badminton, Canoeing, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer, T-Ball, Volleyball, Swimming, Basketball, Golf, Baseball/Softball, and Archery.

“At this years’ Summer Games, we are proud to announce that we will be introducing Lacrosse and Rugby 7’s to the games, which will bring more variety of sports to our athletes” says Chief Gabriel Atwin. “As we move forward with planning, I would like to take the time to thank all our sponsors, coaches, volunteers and members that are participating in this years’ Summer Games. We would also like to thank Aboriginal Sport & Recreation for bringing back the NBISG in 2010. ASR is a huge part of the Summer Games. Without them, we wouldn’t have this event. We are honoured to host the games; the last time the Summer Games were in Kingsclear was 1985” says Chief Gabriel Atwin.

The 2017 New Brunswick Indian Summer will take place between Kingsclear First Nation, the City of Fredericton ball fields on Prospect Street and the UNB Campus on August 7th to August 11, 2017. Some sports that are being held at UNB are Ball Hockey, Badminton, Soccer, Volleyball and Swimming. Events to be held in Kingsclear are T-Ball, Canoeing on the St. John River. Golf is being held at Mactaquac Provincial Park.

For more information, please contact Summer Games Coordinator, Brandy Polchies at or 506-259-4525.

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