Summer Camp at the Huronia Museum

Summer Jam Day Camp

Huronia Museum is once again running our popular Summer Jam Day Camp. We offer your children a safe and fun environment, where friends and memories can be made. Each week of camp has a different theme, with games and crafts that correspond. We also swim twice a week at the Midland YMCA, visit the library on Wednesdays, go on a field trip every Tuesday unless otherwise indicated, and spend part of each day in beautiful little lake park.

The following is a list of the themes for each week as well as the field trip the children will be taking and a few of the activities they will be taking part in.

June 30-July 4 (excl. Canada Day): It’s So Easy Being Green

Visit to the Wye Marsh (Fri.) Recycle Crafts, Start Your Own Green Space

July 7-July 11: “Lights, Camera, Action”

Go to the Galaxy, Get Headshots, Karaoke

July 14-July 18: Survival of the Fittest

Visit the Fire Station and the Police Station, Survivor Challenge

July 21-July 25: If You Plant It, It Will Grow

Visit a Farm, Start Your Own Veggie Garden, Eat Like a Piggy Relay

July 28-August 1: “Uncovering the Past”

Playing with Time, What Would Indiana Jones Do

August 5-Augst 8: The Wonderful World of Spiderwick

Go to Elmvale Jungle Zoo, Solve the Spiderwick Mystery

August 11- August 15: And the Gold Medal Goes To…

Bowling at Bayshore, Make Your Own Smoothie, Olympic Relay

August 18-August 22: Dancing Through the Ages

Huron Gymnastics Club, Each day different decade

August 25- August 29: Weird and Wacky

Mini Putt, Krazy Kites, Backwards Day

Pricing List

9:00–4:00 $20.00 (members)

9:00–4:00 $22.00 (non-members)

8:00–4:00 $23.00 (members & non)

9:00–5:00 $23.00 (members & non)

8:00–5:00 $24.00 (members & non)

2 thoughts on “Summer Camp at the Huronia Museum

  1. I am interested in registering for day summer camp -?my son who is 4 almost 5 and my neice who is 6 . Will they be together. We like the one starting July 7th.?

    • Campers must be 5 at the beginning of camp.
      Our campers are all together in one group with appropriate supervision, we do not split into smaller groups.
      I hope this helps!

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