Day Camp info 2017

*All Day Camp weeks are full* If you want to be put on the waitlist, email or call 902-824-4490. 


Looking for some fun and adventure for your children this summer, but also want them to be in a safe and structured environment? We are excited to be able to offer our Day Camp program again this summer.

Day Camp basic information:

  • Ages 5-14 years
  • Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
  • $70 per week OR $80 if you require early care starting at 8 am. There will be a limit of 10 children for this option.
  • 7 weeks of camp!
  • Registration for Summer Day Camps will take place on Thursday, June 15th, 2017 from 6-7:30 at Rotary Park in the Pavilion
  • Please contact Olivia at (902) 824-4490 or by email at for more info.
  • See downloadable forms below.

General info:

This summer, we will be promoting team building and leadership while being active and creative through our day camp programs! We want our campers to have fun, make memories, build bonds with other campers and to have a positive experience at day camp! It's important to empower campers to get more involved with the community, to embrace new skills and inspire them to take on new challenges.

Day Camp Theme Weeks:

July 4th-7th: Canada 150

It’s great to be Canadian ‘eh? Get ready to show your pride as we will learn and celebrate what makes Canada so awesome! From canoeing down the Annapolis River to making authentic Canadian cuisine such as our very own "Beavertails". We will be visited by our very own member of Parliament from West Nova Colin Fraser and get ready to bring your team spirit with some floor hockey! We will celebrate everything and everyone that makes Canada such a great country to live in! 

July 10th-14th: Creative Campers

Put your thinking caps as we tap into that inner creative spirit and express ourselves through different forms of art! This week, we’ll be learning about our famous Maud Lewis and her unique paintings, to even creating our own masterpieces! We will have an acting workshop run by MysteryBay and you will even be able to tie-dye your own shirt to take home! Curiosity, experimentation, and imagination run this week!

July 17th-21st: Adventure Awaits

Calling all future biologists, landscape architects, geographers! This week, we’ll be discovering the great outdoors, followed by a presentation from CARP (Clean Annapolis River Project) and Valley Flax. We will be learning all about the importance of keeping our earth clean and planting our own day camp tree! Get in touch with nature through yoga with Crystal! Put on your explorer hats and get ready to embark on such adventures including biking, fort building, nature walks and even s’mores!

July 24th-28th: World Travellers

Grab your bags and get ready to travel the world in 5 days! This week, discover your adventurous side by exploring different cultures! We will experience other foods, games, and traditions from around the world. Our special guests will "wow" you with their adventures. Get your plane ticket ready as this is a week you won’t want to miss! 

July 31st-August 4th: Score! Games Galore!

How many games can we fit into a week? Come and find out as we wear ourselves silly with as many fun games, team building activities, and matches! This week is sure to get your heart pumping and your body moving, with some awesome guests from Fitness Experience! Don't miss out on our Highland Games presentation! Join the fun - your team is counting on you! 

August 7th-11th: Let’s get APPy

Channel your inner scientist and get ready to take your creativity to a new level - as we explore technology to its finest! The Discovery Centre will be visiting camp with an electrifying workshop! Campers will get a chance to create their own fidgit spinners and get inspired by some cool special guests such as Acadia Robotics!

August 14th-18th: Live to Give

Together, we will build leadership and team spirit! This week, learn how to give back and have lots of fun doing it! Campers will get to know their community as they lend a helping hand or preform a kind act! We will be visited by some incredible organizations in our area! There is no doubt that you will leave camp, feeling warm and fuzzy!

Thursday, June 15th from 6-7:30pm at the pavilion in Rotary Park. Registration will happen on a first, come, first served basis. Although all three are separate organizations, our day camp registration will also happen in conjunction with registration for swimming lessons and registration for the swim team.

Please note that there will be no registration for our day camps at any time earlier than when we open at 6pm that night. That means if you cannot be there for registration night, you need to make arrangements for someone else to sign up for you. You can register any time after registration night but there is no guarantee that there will be any spots left.

Registration Forms:

pdfDay Camp | pdfPool | pdfSwim Team


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