Y Creators features themed weeks and traditional summer day camp activities. Each week there is a new focus and activities are age appropriate and tailored to highlight the theme. Depending on the week, children will be playing sports, making art, exploring nature, even learning about science!
*JULY 3-6 | Camp Spirit Week Let’s start out the summer with a spirit week to show we are up for anything! Each day will be a different chance for campers to express their individual style. From scavenger hunts to camp cheers, we’ll display our creativeness! Special Guest – Busker Performer.
JULY 9-13 | Sports of all Sports Campers are on the move all week playing familiar sports and learning others they have never played before! Out trip – Y Sports Day at a City park.
JULY 16-20 | H2O Extreme Everything water! From swimming to safety, campers dip, dive and splash all week. Out trip – Mont Cascades.
JULY 23-27 | Weird Science Campers will discover science and get messy with hands-on experiments. Out trip – Museum of Science and Technology.
JULY 30-AUG 3 | Carnival Camp Popcorn, face painting and three legged races! Carnival week will be filled with exciting games and activities that campers will love. Out trip – Carnival Day at the Clarence-Rockland Y
*AUGUST 7-10 | Museum Secrets This week will be dedicated to anything that can be found in a museum. Campers will explore the wonders that can be discovered in local museums from ancient artifacts to dinosaurs and space. Out trip – Canadian Museum of Nature.
AUGUST 13-17 | Camp’s Got Talent Take the stage and have fun performing at camp. Favorite dances, music, plays and songs inspire campers to use their imagination while performing in their own production. Special Guest - Magician.
AUGUST 20-24 | Food Fiasco Kids will be hungry for this camp! This is one time when it’s ok to play with your food. Campers will earn to make some fantastic food creations, and then have a chance to eat their hard work! Out trip – Museum of Agriculture.
AUGUST 27-31 | Blast form the Past Campers will be time-travelling through different centuries, from the Jurassic era, to medieval times, even the wild, wild west and to the groovin’ 60’s by taking part in themed activities and crafts. Out trip – Fort Wellington National Historic Site.
Traditional (multi activity)
6 - 9 (Coed)
Special needs support:
A few of our campers have special needs
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265 Centrum Blvd Orleans
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