Swimming, gymnastics, volleyball, tennis, archery, football, golf and so much more.. and, no, it's not the Olympics!
It's the fantastic line-up of sports and activities for kids in South Ayrshire this Easter, as South Ayrshire Council launches a packed Easter programme in 2012.
The fun starts on Monday 2 April and, this year, the sport-tastic programme is divided into three areas – north, central and south, with a host of games, events and activities on offer for young people of all ages in each area, with literally something for everyone.
Jill Cronin, South Ayrshire Council's Acting Head of Community Development said: "We're proud to have a well established and very popular Easter programme in South Ayrshire.
"We've worked hard to identify the most popular sports, activities and events for our young people to enjoy and, whether your child is a golf guru, football fanatic, swimming superstar or disco diva, they'll be spoiled for choice, no matter where they live in South Ayrshire, but please do phone ahead to book or check availability as some activities are very popular.
"In addition to the Easter programme, many of our schools offer Easter clubs, so parents and carers might find an hour or two to themselves, to enjoy everything we have to offer in the area during the Easter holidays.
"Whether that's on one of our beautiful beaches, exploring the culture and history of the area, finding a high class place to eat or drink, or maybe even taking part in a sporting activity themselves – there's no shortage of things to see or do."
In the north, Muirhead Activity Centre hosts cheerleading, arts, crafts, gymnastics, keep fit, basketball and archery. You can pay and play on the day, but it's always wise to check availability by calling 01292 318541.
Troon pool offers teen keep fit, lifeguard training, inflatable fun on the water, swimming lessons and even a disco. Booking is not necessary for most activities, but please check with the pool in advance on 01292 311758.
Dundonald's Activity Centre also offers an exciting football coaching course which has to be booked by calling 01292 263435, archery, gymnastics and a care club, all of which can be booked by calling 01292 612029.
Activities in the central area include football coaching, gymnastics, arts, crafts, basketball and short tennis at Coylton Activity Centre and can be booked by calling 01292 571235.
Whitletts Activity Centre is offering volleyball, badminton, squash and basketball and bookings can be made on 01292 288845.
Mossblown Activity Centre will be hosting a range of sports including gym, squash, tennis, badminton, arts, crafts and an Easter fun house, with soft play – not to be missed! Call 01292 612069 to book and check availability.
Tennis and badminton are also high on the agenda at Prestwick Sports and Leisure club and at Ayr Fort courts, with a variety of fun, coaching, matchplay and more. Call 01292 474700 for details of how to register and take part.
At Belleisle golf course, the junior clubgolf programme will be offering a series of afternoon golf coaching sessions for the next budding Rory McIlroys or Tiger Woods. You need to register by 3pm each day 01292 441314, or by visiting the pro shop at the course.
If golf is not your game, then young rugby enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn Millbrae Rugby Club have lined up two week-long coaching camps which can be booked by calling 0773 632 0624.
Prestwick pool have inflatable fun, teen fit and float sessions on offer, call 01292 474015 and Pro-Soccer in Ayr (01292 280606) offer football coaching in age-based classes for young people aged 3 and upwards.
In the south, Maybole Pool offers inflatable sessions and 'water walkerz' sessions, but places are limited and booking is essential by calling: 01655 882568.
Victory Park in Girvan hosts football coaching football coaching in age-based classes for young people aged 3 and upwards. Call 01292 263435 for details of times and to book.
Girvan tennis courts are open from 10-11am for 6 to 10 year olds and from 11am to noon for 11 year olds plus. Cost is £2.50 per session, register on the day, at least fifteen minutes before the start.
The boating pond in Girvan will be open between noon and 5pm on 31 March and again on 1 April, 6-9 April, 14 and 15 April.
Easter Clubs are available for P1 to P7 pupils at the following primary schools: Girvan, Kirkmichael, Heathfield, Doonfoot, Glenburn, Symington and Monkton.
Full details of activities, dates age groups and times are in the Easter Programme, which has been given to every school pupil. Copies are also available at all Council buildings, including libraries in Ayr Prestwick, Troon and Girvan, all activity centres swimming pools and municipal golf courses.