PD Day Camps
Our PD Day Camps are designed to provide a full day of fun and entertainment for community children. We can accommodate working parents by offering early drop-off and later pick-up. We hope that our inclusive pricing ensures that no child will have to be bored on a day away from school. We have chosen our camp dates based on the PSD and Evergreen Sschool divisions. Home School children are also welcome to join in the fun. Register today by calling 780-963-2777 ext 0.
Summer Camps 2018
Our camps are designed for children ages 5 – 11
Each camp offers early drop-off between 8am and 9am & late pick-up between 4pm and 5pm. Each week we will visit the local spray park on at least one afternoon. We will spend time outside most days so campers should come prepared for the weather. Campers are required to bring along 2 snacks and a bag lunch. Each day we will have movement breaks in the morning and afternoon as well as free play at lunchtime. Campers are welcome to bring books, quiet crafts or games for use during free play, but electronics should be left safe at home.
Cost per Child: $200
Young Leaders aged 12 and up are welcome to join us at no cost (limited)
Creative Cooking – July 9 – 13
Join us for a historical and inspirational cooking experience as we explore what food preparation was like for the early settlers! Each morning we will prepare traditional food in our Settler’s Cabin or outside on an open fire. Afternoons will be filled with crafts, high-energy games and exploration of local playgrounds.
An Artist’s Impression – July 23 – 27
Each day will be an exploration of a different style, medium and subject. We will discover how watercolours capture the prairie landscape, how textiles can be repurposed to create traditional art, and how to express ourselves through sculptures, zines and much more, enabling our campers to experience a myriad of different methods of expressing their artistic talents.
Pioneer Survival Skills – August 13 – 17
What was life like for the early settlers? How did the pioneers survive their first winter? Where did they live? How did they provide food for themselves? Come and join us in our pioneer cabin and community gardens to cook, clean, play and live as the pioneers did. Can you survive?
Inside and Out! – August 20 – 24
What goes into growing and preparing food from scratch? This week of camp will be an exploration of our community garden and the foods we can provide for ourselves. We will investigate the insects and animals needed to ensure a healthy environment, dicuss the need for good nutrition, and learn how to make healthy choices in the kitchen. Each day will offer a mix of crafts, games and cooking both inside and out!
Call 780-963-2777 to learn more and register.