The perfect way to spend a summer day.
Our one-day camps cost $55 per child and run throughout the summer from 9:30am – 3:30pm. Each camp features a fun blend of science, art, and play. All you need to bring is a peanut-free lunch and a smile!
Registration is first-come, first-served. A waitlist will be maintained in the case of registrant cancellations. Our registration form will be available after our opening date, June 28th.
Discover what makes Saskatchewan’s skies so majestic and unique. Together, we’ll learn about different types of weather, rainbows, sundogs, the northern lights, and more. We’ll tell stories around a campfire, and campers will come home with hand-made art inspired by the skies above us.
|Tuesday July 23||5-8 years|
|Thursday July 25||9-12 years|
With a focus on buildings and architecture, this camp is perfect for your busy little builders. We’ll work through a series of projects, tasks, and crafts that teach campers about different types of bridges and famous buildings around the world. By the end of the day, campers will build their very own city plan, complete with their homes and favourite places.
|Tuesday July 30||5-8 years|
|Thursday August 1||9-12 years|
This camp digs deep into one of our province’s largest industries: mining. Campers will learn all about the mining process, types of rocks and minerals, fossils, and gemstones. They’ll have the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the Discovery Mine, and will come home with an understanding of the importance of potash mining in Saskatchewan.
|Tuesday August 6||5-8 years|
|Thursday August 8||9-12 years|
Saskatchewan is bursting with natural beauty. Campers will learn about prairie landscapes and the plants and animals that call them home. A trip to Toon Town encourages campers to make the connection between what is grown on the farm and what is sold at the farmer’s market. They’ll come home with a deepened appreciation for plants, animals, the environment, and the communities they live in.
|Tuesday August 13||5-8 years|
|Thursday August 15||9-12 years|