Spring Break Programs
Are your kids looking for something to do during school Spring Break? Consider registering them for one of our fantastic single or multi-day camps (running March 25 to 29) highlighted in our 2019 Spring | Summer + Camps Recreation Guide.
Adventure camp at Millennium Place are for kids ages 6 to 7Y. With flexible registration (one day or full week programming) you’re sure to find kid-friendly fun that fits your schedule. Kids can swim, play in the gym or check out the Youth Lounge.
Easter eggs-travaganza: five days of Easter fun for kids ages 6-9Y.
Flag football camp will increase kids' football skills and confidence and fuel their love of the game.
The Imagination Disco at Festival Place is for students from Kindergarten to Grade 6. This full week program explores creativity in drama, dance and music.
Or does your child want to work on their swimming skills? Swimming lessons run the full week as well.
Is your child 8-16Y and prefers outdoor activities? The Strathcona Wilderness Centre has one-day and two-day camps for your outdoor enthusiast, including orienteering, games, team-building and learning camping skills.
The Spring Sprouts half-day camp and Spring-tastic full-day camp are great ways for children to sample the preschool environment. Your little sprout will have a spring-tastic time playing games, indulging in their artistic side and getting active, both indoors and out!
Gallery@501: your 6-8 year old is in for an adventure at the five-day Dinosaur Art camp that encourages creativity and imagination. Pre- and post-child care is available.
Smeltzer House: is your child interested in creating take-home crafts? Then register him or her in the Smeltzer House Art Attack or Sew Crafty Spring Break Fun camps! Pre- and post-child care is available.
And don’t forget about the many drop in options for youth shinny hockey, stick and skate and recreational skating. Check out the Winter Drop-In Recreation calendar for more details.