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March Break: Magical Adventures with TBA
W19CMB1                             
Ages 5-7
Mar. 11 – 15, 2019                 
$260.00

Join us for a week of magic and fantastical craft-making. Design personalized crests, wands, crowns and spell books. Concoct slimy potions and make horrifyingly amazing creatures. Materials included.

March Break: Artist for the Week with Toni Caldarone  
W19CMB2     
Ages 8-12       
Mar. 11 – 15, 2019
$260.00

Journey as a true artist! Sketch, draw and paint using easels like the professional artists. Experience mediums such as charcoal, oil and soft pastels, acrylic paints and more creating your own masterpieces on paper and canvas. Materials included.


March Break: Extended Care
W19CEX1
Ages 5-12       
Mar. 11 – 15, 2019                 
$50.00 

Time Facilitated Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm unless otherwise specified. Campers are welcome to arrive between 8:30 - 9:00am. Extended care is available between 4:00 – 5:30pm for an additional fee.

Schedule Each camp is limited to a maximum of 12 campers. Campers ages 5-7 will participate in art-making in the morning and supervised activities in the afternoon. While campers ages 8-12 will participate in art making all day. There will be two 30-minute snack breaks and one-hour lunch break each day, facilitated both indoors and outdoors. Campers and camp staff welcome parents/guardians to attend a presentation every Friday at 3:30pm.

Staff Training Camp staff members include the Programs Coordinator, counsellors, instructors and volunteers. Staff participate in comprehensive preparation prior to the start of camp that includes Emergency First Aid, HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Child Development, and inclusion and support training.

Health and Safety All campers must complete health and dismissal form at time of registration. Campers must be signed-in every morning and signed-out every afternoon by a parent/guardian listed on the health and dismissal form. Photo identification will be requested at every sign-out. Parents/guardians must review any medication with the Programs Coordinator on the first day of camp. If a camper becomes ill, the parent/guardian will be notified. If the parent/guardian is not available, the emergency contact will be notified.

What to Bring Campers should wear comfortable clothes that can get messy. We suggest packing a change of clothes and/or a smock. Campers should bring a reusable water bottle, hat and indoor shoes. Campers should bring a lunch and two snacks. Lunches should be ready-to-eat, as there is no access to kitchen appliances. Campers should not bring peanut/nut products. Campers should not share food items with one another. Campers are encouraged not to bring personal toys. Cell phones are to be safely stowed away. NPCC is not responsible for lost/stolen or damaged items.

Inclusion and Support We welcome campers of all abilities to participate. If campers require one-on-one support for behavioural, personal or medical care, please call us for further information. Campers must comply with NPCC’s Code of Conduct – available on our website. Camp staff will discuss camp rules and expectations on the first day of each camp. Failure to comply with the rules and expectations may lead to dismissal from camp.

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