FREE Basketball Skills Mini-Camp May 22 for Dads and Kids

image of blue background with cartoon basketball with words the Cleveland Cavaliers and OhioGuidestone present Cavalittles, Saturday May 22, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stepstone Academy Gym, 3328 Carnegie Avenue

Attention, Cleveland-area dads and kids: Wanna improve your hoop skills? Then come sign up for the Cavalittles FREE Basketball Skills Mini-Camp for dads and kids, presented by the Cleveland Cavaliers and OhioGuidestone‘s Institute of Family & Community Impact! This totally free event will take place Saturday, May 22 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Stepstone Academy, located at 3328 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115.

To register, use the form at https://forms.office.com/r/8eZwYvbSq9.

Thanks to the generosity of the Cleveland Cavaliers and OhioGuidestone’s donors, this event is completely free for the participating families. But space is limited! So register today!

To ensure the best possible experience for everyone, all attendees MUST adhere to COVID-19 safety guidelines from the CDC, including mask wearing, 6-feet social distancing, and use of hand sanitizer. All attendees will receive a temperature check and brief screening for symptoms upon arrival.

Cavalittles is for fathers and children (ages 4 to 8) of any skill level! Whether you’re the next Kyrie or you’ve never dribbled a basketball, this is an opportunity to have fun and learn the principles of the hardwood.

This completely free event will include:

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Maic D’Agostino by calling or texting 216-347-8495 or emailing michael.dagostino@ohioguidestone.org.


The Institute of Family & Community Impact is a initiative of OhioGuidestone, one of Ohio’s largest behavioral health agencies. From research to products to clinical innovations, we provide tools for mental health treatment. For questions or more info, email us at IFCI@ohioguidestone.org.

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