Canadian Families: all of our camps and programs are now eligible for the Canadian Arts Tax Credit!  We provide a receipt, and for each child, you can claim up to $500 per year!

NEW! If you have a junior 7-8 years old who is thinking about overnight camp in the future, they can come try it out for a night! For $40 plus tax, they can come and stay on Thursday night for campfire (campfire? we LOVE campfire!) and cabin, being picked up when you see the show on Friday. A great way  to start your little one in the best traditions of overnight camping!

We know that eight year olds can be in different places, so we welcome you to decide what program is best for them. However if they are in the junior program, we suggest they are only day students. 

DAY PROGRAM ONLY
This Multi-Arts program challenges children to use their imaginations to explore the world through Visual Art, Music, Creative Movement and Drama. Each week the program will revolve around a cool theme so children have the opportunity to learn how to work cooperatively and collaborate in the arts. At the end of each week, the children share their work with a gallery and performance for friends and family at 2:30. Click here to register.

July 6–10Earth
July 13–17Water
July 20–24Air
July 27–31Out of Africa!

ONE DAY SESSIONS

July 2nd

Polar Express
Take a magical journey to the North and South poles and explore the Aurora Borealis, the arctic and Antarctic Oceans and meet the amazing animals and birds found in each place! Perfect for a hot summer day!

July 3rd

Day of the Dinosaurs
Roar! Is that what Dinosaurs sounded like? Find out that and much more in this fun and fact-filled day full of triceratops and pterodactyls! Kids will make their own dino-ramas and create a dino-costume!

July 4th 

Backyard Beasts
Have your child join us for a day of exploring! We’ll investigate the creatures we might find in our woods, under the earth and in the sky for this day of learning all about the magical world all around us through art!

Full Week Programs
Our junior programs explore the theme through theatre, dance, music and art, ending in a final performance and gallery of the campers’ work.

July 7-11

Up, Up and Away!

Explore science and art of the skies! Through stories, myths and play, we’ll explore the sun,  the moon and the wind, and all the creatures who live in and use the skies!  From mosquitos to bats to birds, we’ll have fun designing and building our own kites and creatures!

July 14-18

Summer Safari
Come prepared for a week of adventure, with this imaginary safari  to the plains of Africa, to explore the wildlife, the culture and the landscape! We’ll go on a trek, learn stories and make up our own play about what we discovered!

July 27-August 1

Nautical Nova Scotia!
Explore the world of the ocean and shores in this lovely week-long program. From seashells to sea shanties, from abalone to zooplankton, a world of stories and art to explore!

July 21-25

Click here to register

Enrolment limited to 15 students per program.

Week-long Day Student Camp Tuition:  $295 per week
Materials fee $50 for week-long camp 
Lunches are included for day students
Bus Transport: $15 per day or $60 per week
HST is added to all of the above.

Discounts:

NEW DISCOUNTS FOR EARLY BIRDS!
15% off camp fees if paid by Nov 10
10% if paid by Dec 10 or
5% if paid by JAN 15 AND
5% off if you bring a friend
5%  member & CF families
(maximum combined discounts, 25%)

BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

We are pleased to offer full and half bursaries and scholarships for students who need financial aid. Bursary applications require letters of reference, so please apply early. Bursary decisions are made by a committee and are based on need and merit. We regret that we cannot give full bursaries to all students, but are delighted that we are able to fund a full 10 % of all students through the generosity of corporations, businesses, individuals and some schools. Bursary applications for SummerArts are available by clicking hereThe deadline for submissions annually is December 1. They can be faxed or mailed to us with that date as the postmark.

 


 

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