FAQ

WHAT DOES MY CHILD NEED FOR A SUMMER CAMP/CLINIC (general)?

Your child should be dressed appropriately for play in the sports he/she is registered. Cleats are not mandatory for soccer and baseball, but can be worn if preferred. All participants should have sneakers for indoor portions of camp/clinic. Please no sandals or flip flops.

Please pack plenty of water, snack, and lunch for 9am – 3pm camps/clinics. Please apply sunscreen before arriving at a camp/clinic. Regarding food – PLEASE NO NUT OR NUT RELATED FOODS. THUNDERCAT SPORTS IS A NUT FREE PROGRAM.

WHAT DOES MY CHILD NEED FOR SPORTS JAM?

Please see above and:

Sports Jam in the summer is a multi-sport camp/clinic geared around baseball, basketball, soccer and many other sports/activities/games. It is recommended participants bring a “sport bag” with a baseball mitt, shin guards (if preferred but not required). A mouth guard is also recommended for participants.

WHAT DOES MY CHILD NEED FOR KIDDIE CAT JAM?

Please see above and:

Kiddie Cat Jam in the summer is a multi-sport camp/clinic focused on soccer, with baseball, basketball, mixed in with many other fun games and activities. It is recommended participants bring a “sport bag” with a baseball mitt (if preferred but not required) and shin guards (if preferred but not required).

WHAT HAPPENS WITH BAD WEATHER?

As a general rule we play rain or shine. Thundercat Sports works hard with it’s partner towns to try to have back up space for outdoor programs. However, back up facilities may not be available in some towns. In the case of very inclement or severe weather a camp/clinic may be cancelled for that day. Thundercat Sports and the towns will work to keep parents updated. The local towns can be called or Thundercat Sports at 617-499-4820.