Huronia Museum’s annual Summer Jam Day Camp will begin July 2, 2013 and run weekdays until August 30, 2013. The camp will run from 9AM to 4PM. Extended hours (8:00 – 9:00AM and 4:00 – 5:00PM) are available for a small fee. The cost per camper is $22 per day for members, and $24 per day for non-members. (More information about memberships is available here.) to see a listing of the main daily activities you can download our 2013 Camp Calendar. Pre-registration is not required, however it is strongly recommended as space is limited.
Huronia Museum offers day camps for children aged 5 to 12. It is offered at various times throughout the year, such as March Break, Christmas, P.A. Days and, of course, summer camp throughout July & August.
This short video will tell you a little bit about our camp and what both parents and kids can expect.
Or if you would like to register your child for camp now you can download our Registration Form fill it out and return it to Huronia Museum to reserve your child`s spot in camp. Please also read the cancellation policy attached to the registration form. We also offer a list of What to bring to camp for parents to refer to when they are getting the kids ready for the day.
If you have any questions about our camp please feel free to call Gillian at Huronia Museum 705-526-2844.
Registration forms are available at the museum, or you can download one here and bring it to the museum. For more information, please call us 705-526-2844 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask you to please read the following carefully to ensure that everyone has a safe and fun-filled time with us!
What to bring to camp
Please ensure that your child brings the following items to camp everyday:
• Plenty to Drink
• Lunch and Two Snacks
What not to bring to camp
The following items should not be brought to camp
• Money—Children are not permitted in the store during camp hours
• MP3 players
• Cell Phones
Due to the large number of allergies, and to ensure the safety of all campers, all Huronia Museum camps are peanut free! So please do no pack peanut products, as they will not be able to eat them at camp.
What to wear to camp
Because we are often using materials such as paint or food colouring, we ask that your children dress in play friendly clothing. We will also be going outside, so please dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
Full set of outdoor clothing
Indoor shoes or slippers
During our March Break Day Camp, campers will have the opportunity to go skating at the North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Centre (right across the street from the museum), so bring skates!
During our Summer Jam Day Camp, campers will be able to swim at the YMCA twice per week. Please bring swim attire and a towel on those days.
We also recommend putting your child’s name in any clothing they bring, as they may get mixed up throughout the day.
If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 705-526-2844 or email@example.com.