Don Narcisse All-Star Event

KMFA to Host Don Narcisse All-Star Event Camp!

don-narcisse-all-star-eventKelowna Minor Football Association (KMFA) is excited to have the unique opportunity to host the Don Narcisse All-Star Event in Kelowna, BC! The Don Narcisse All-Star Event is an immersive non-contact weekend football camp for youth ages 7-16 that will take place on Saturday April 23 & Sunday April 24, 2016 at the Capital News Center (4105 Gordon Drive). Local youth will have an opportunity to participate in football skills development and to learn from, and be coached by, some of the Canadian Football League’s top current and alumni athletic talent. Qualified and experienced KMFA Coaches will also be on hand to assist and to coach participants.

To register athletes for the two-day All-Star Event Football Camp, please visit:

All funds raised from the Don Narcisse All-Star Event will support the non–profit Kelowna Minor Football Association.

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Dear BC Football Partners,

On behalf of myself, our Kelowna Minor Football Association Organizing Committee and CFL Hall-of-Fame Saskatchewan Roughrider Don Narcisse, I am pleased to present to you an exciting opportunity to have your athletes participate in the Don Narcisse All-Star Event that will be held in Kelowna, BC on April 23 & 24, 2016.

The Don Narcisse All-Star Event is a youth football camp, and immersive football experience, that has been running for the past five years in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw and Estevan Saskatchewan. This event has hosted over 2500 boys and girls, ages 6 to 16, participating in the All-Star Camp football experience and learning football skills with CFL alumni and current Saskatchewan Roughrider players. Kelowna Minor Football Association (KMFA) is proud to be the first community football association in Canada to have the opportunity to host this premier event outside of Saskatchewan…and we want you to be involved!!

Don Narcisse is looking forward to helping our local athletes learn valuable football and athletic skills at the football camp event. Don explains, “Playing football, and being involved in sports, has provided me many incredible opportunities throughout my life. As a young child, sports helped me build discipline and develop leadership skills, both on and off the field. I became more confident, more healthy and developed teamwork skills that will last a lifetime! I am excited to have been invited to Kelowna for this event and I look forward to an incredible experience for everyone involved! Our goal, and our commitment to the community, is to provide a great experience for all athletes, guests, sponsors and volunteers.”

Jeff N. Koltun BA, BSCJ, CCPE(11)
President, Kelowna Minor Football Association