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Camp session: Urban Summer Day Camp (The Pine Project)

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   Urban Summer Day Camp

The Pine Project


Session Details:

  • Type:
    Day Camp
  • Age (Gender):
    4 - 12 (Coed)
  • Specialization:
    Nature/Environment
  • Capacity:
    60
  • Support for special needs:
  • Session dates:
  • Activities:
  • Busing:
    No

Contact:

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2 Catherine Street, Toronto, Ontario, M6S


Get outside and explore Toronto’s urban wilderness! Our highly popular day camps are an amazing chance to learn about nature and gain valuable life skills, while having a ton of fun.

We offer summer day camps at two convenient locations in Toronto: Etienne Brule Park in the West End and Taylor Creek Park in the East End. At both locations, our camps alternate between two thematic offerings: Coyote Camp and Explorers Camp. Both incorporate a mixture of naturalist and wilderness skills, arts and games, but they differ in their core themes and areas of focus.  

Explorers Camp

Perfect for junior naturalists, Explorers Camp is all about getting to know Toronto’s local ecosystems. The city is filled with cool nature mysteries and amazing wildlife! By going on fun nature adventures to find them, we grow an appreciation for all living things.

Explorers Camp follows an imaginative storyline that inspires campers to complete daily missions. We wander through the forest, play games, and learn new naturalist skills like bird language and plant ID. Campers are empowered to lead their own excursions in a way that feels timeless, promotes curiosity and is a ton of fun! 

Content highlights: Natural and human-made hazards, Edible and medicinal plants and trees, Mammals and wildlife observation, Birds and bird language, A holistic understanding of ecological systems, Storytelling, art and theatre, Learning wilderness and naturalist skills

Coyote Camp

Coyote Camp is all about learning the coyote’s way of life. Coyotes are highly aware and stick to the edges of our awareness. They’re adaptable and play an important role in their ecosystem. Because of these reasons and more, we try to be like the coyote!

Coyote Camp follows an imaginative storyline that inspires campers to complete daily challenges. We play games that heighten our senses and learn new wilderness skills like fire-building, carving and wildlife tracking. By spending the week outside having a ton of fun, campers build their awareness and resilience. 

Content highlights: Teamwork, Natural camouflage and silent movement, Awareness of our natural surrounding and engaging the senses, Learning about wildlife, Learning a variety of wilderness and naturalist skills, Games and adventures



Session Dates & Locations:

LocationDateCost
East York, ON
31 Barbara Crescent
Jun 29-Jul 03, 2020 $345
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Jun 29-Jul 03, 2020 $345
East York, ON
31 Barbara Crescent
Jul 06-10, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Jul 06-10, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Jul 13-17, 2020 $385
East York, ON
31 Barbara Crescent
Jul 13-17, 2020 $385
East York, ON
31 Barbara Crescent
Jul 20-24, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Jul 20-24, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Jul 27-31, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Aug 04-07, 2020 $345
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Aug 10-14, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Aug 17-21, 2020 $385
Bloor West Village, ON
2 Catherine Street
Aug 24-28, 2020 $385
  • Session starts at 9:00 am and ends at 3:30 pm.
  • Before care is available starting at 8:30 am (fee extra).
  • After care is available ending at 5:30 pm (fee extra).


Special Needs Support: (Not all campers have special needs)

Mild Support       Specialized programming

ADD/ADHD
Aspergers Syndrome
Autism/Pervasive development delay
Diabetes
Dyslexia
Intellectual disability
Physical Disability
Tourettes Syndrome
Troubled Teens
Mild Support       Specialized programming


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Arts & Crafts
Hiking
Leadership training
Mindfulness Training
Nature/Environment
Wilderness Skills
Woodworking
Zoology/Animals
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive



Contact & Location:

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Primary address: 2 Catherine Street, Toronto, Ontario, M6S


 
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