Summer Camp Programs
Looking forward to seeing you next year!
Summer Day Camp for girls age 6 to 12 and Summer Camp Counsellor-in-Training (CIT) for teen girls ages 13 to 16.
Learn more or call (905) 428-8111.
Girls Inc. Summer Camp offers a unique "minds-on/hands-on" experience designed just for girls! Fun-filled and engaging activities, games, sports, field trips, crafts, experiments, role playing, and discussions address topics including: bullying, body image & self-esteem, sports, physical activity & nutrition, stress management, and leadership & community action. Girls Inc. provides girls with a safe nurturing environment with a high ratio of professionally trained program staff to girls daily from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
To register for Pickering, please click here.
To register for Oshawa, please click here.
To register for Brooklin, please click here.
Cost: $145/week for members OR $170/week for non-members
Extended Hours: 1/2 hour early drop off/late pick-up members $45 non-members $55
|Week One: July 1 - 5||Week Five: July 29 - August 2|
|Week Two: July 8 - 12||Week Six: August 12 - 16|
|Week Three: July 15 - 19||Week Seven: August 19 - 23|
|Week Four: July 22 - 26||Week Eight: Aug 26 - 30|
Every day is something new from Girls Inc. signature programs!
Project BOLD: Girls learn fun self defense moves, build confidence and self-esteem, and address issues such as bullying.
Operation SMART: Girls have fun making gooey experiments, build rockets, play with bugs, and figure out how things work.
Sporting Chance: Girls play new and innovative games, develop sports-related skills, participate in daily physical activity, and learn about healthy food choices.
Media & Me: Girls tackle the influence of negative media messages and images, helping them think critically about what they see and hear, developing positive body image and self-esteem.
*Subsidies are available to families in financial need. For more information email Tracey McCannell, Director of Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905 428-8111
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