Holiday Toy Workshop
Date: November 25, 2017
Need to do your holiday shopping but don’t what the little ones seeing any surprises? Why not register them for our Weekend Camp. Kids get a day of fun activities, you get to run your holiday errands – it’s a win-win! Campers will experiment with fabrics, toy hacking, and much more!
Pixels to Photons
Dates: December 27 until December 29, 2017 and January 2 until January 5, 2018.
Join us for seven days of light and colour, photos and play! Campers will experiment with light-sensitive materials, create images using dots just like computers, and explore light and technology in new creative ways.
March Break Camps here
Dates: March Break
Photo-tastic PD Day Camp
Date: November 17, 2017
Learn the science behind photography, understand property of light all through exploration of the exhibition Model Citizens.
Date: January 26, 2018
It’s a new year at THEMUSEUM and there is a mystery to solve! In this camp, we will follow a mystery story to “solve” a theft in THEMUSEUM through DNA Analysis, decryption and other crime-scene activities!
Scientists of Spring
Date: April 2, 2018
In the Spring, plants begin to sprout because the weather is warmer! In this camp, we will examine different types of plants and algae with microscopes, create leaf prints and much more!
Date: April 13, 2018
In the past computers were very different and much larger than they are today! In this camp, learn about the history of computers and much more through the interactive INTERPLAY exhibition!
Date: May 4, 2018
People have played games for a long time! In this cap, learn how video games can provide a new way to mix games and story-telling by playing ancient games from around the world and by prototyping your very own game!
Date: June 1, 2018
Chemical reaction in action. Learn about crazy explosions, colour changing pH and so much more. Grab your goggles for a chemistry camp!
Life in Space?
Date: June 29, 2018
Have you ever wondered if there’s life someone out there in the universe? We may not know yet, but scientists are hard at work to discover the answer. But how do they do it? Join us for this year’s space PD Day Camp to find out how.
“My 6 year old son attended THEMUSEUM summer camp program for the first time this year. As a mother of two I have tried about every camp in the Region at least once over the years. The level of professionalism and organization received from the staff at the camp far exceeded my experience with many other much more costly programs. On the second day my son was greeted by first name by several staff and on the car ride home each night I received a lesson on the interesting facts and history they learned throughout the day. He came home excited about his time there and could not wait to go back each morning. I am disappointed I only signed up for one week this summer, we will definitely be back for several sessions next year!”
– Julie Garasto, parent of a camper.