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SUMMER PROGRAMS/OPPORTUNITIES – 2017

  1. ATLANTIC FITNESS EAST – SUMMER DAY CAMPS – MONTAGUE

Language: English & French camps available

June 28 – Sept 6, 2017 Ages: 5-12 years

Website www.fitnesseast.ca
Activities include (but are not limited to): swimming field trips, arts & crafts, science, sports, field trips, guest speakers, cooking, drama, kid fit and more. Full and part-time registration is available. Please contact Lola at 902-838-3047 for more information and pricing.


  1. SUMMER TUTORING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

For further information, please contact the office of the PEI Council of People with Disabilities, 892-9149 (extension 221 or 228). Also, please visit their website: www.peicod.pe.ca/programs_summertutoring.php


  1. BRICKS 4 KIDZ SUMMER CAMP – Registration Now Open

Bricks 4 Kidz is offering camps for ages 5-12 in Charlottetown and Summerside this year, with themes including Minecraft, Pirates, Amusement Parks, Batman, and Intro to Robotics. We will explore the world of engineering and architecture, building motorized models with LEGO, playing games, getting active, and letting our curiosity and creativity soar!
We are also offering new camps exclusively for students age 9-14: Intro to Engineering and Girls STEAM Camps.

 

Visit www.bricks4kidz.com/344 for a full list of dates, locations, themes, prices, and to register. For more information, contact Amber Jadis: ajadis@bricks4kidz.com.




  1. CORNWALL PARKS AND RECREATION

The Cornwall Summer Day Camp 2017 will be held from June 29 - September 1, 2017. For further information or to register for one of their programs, please call 628-6260, ext. 222 or visit their website: www.cornwallpe.ca


  1. HOLLAND COLLEGE CANES CAMPS – SUMMER 2017

Please visit the Holland College Canes Camp website: www.canescamp@hollandcollege.com or www.facebook.com/campcanes for further information on summer camps being offered for 2017 as well as registration information.

You may also call 902-566-9598.




  1. ISLAND GYMNASTICS ACADEMY

The Island Gymnastic Academy, located at Holland College Royalty Centre, offers programs for children of all ages and levels. This summer we are offering 8 weeks of summer camp for boys and girls (school age and up)!

 

Full Day Camps ($200/week):  July 10-14, July 17-21, July 31-Aug 4, Aug 21-25



Half Day Camps ($100/ ½ day):  July 3-7, July 24-28, Aug 7-11, Aug 14-18

 

Please call the Island Gymnastics Academy at 902-566-3935 or visit www.islandgymnasticsacademy.com for more information and details on classes and registration.




  1. CONFEDERATION CENTRE OF THE ARTS

For further information on the Performing Arts and Visual Arts Camps for students, please visit their website: www.confederationcentre.com/summercamps.
You may also contact Tamara Steel (Visual Arts Camps) at 902-628-6111 or by email: artseducation@confederationcentre.com or,
Sarah Denman-Wood (Performing Arts Camps) at 902-629-1175, or email: performingarts@confederationcentre.com.


  1. EMMANUEL BIBLE CAMP

Emmanuel Bible Camp, located in Upton, PEI, offers five day co-ed camps for ages 8 and up, which include a wide range of fun activities like swimming in our new pool, rock wall, archery, pellets, sports and much more! Our dedicated staff aims to provide awesome, life-changing camp experiences that all will enjoy. Week-long camps cost just $165! Check us out online at www.emmanuelbiblecamp.com . The contact for Emmanuel Bible Camp is Kara Poole: phone – 902-361-2222 or email - info@emmanuelbiblecamp.com.


  1. MURPHY’s COMMUNITY CENTRE SUMMER CAMPS

2017 SUMMER CAMPS

200 Richmond Street

Charlottetown

www.murphyscommunitycentre.com


For information about the 2017 Summer Camps at Murphy’s Community Center please call 902-892-1719 ext. 3.
Space is Limited – Register Early!


  1. THE ADVENTURE GROUP - Adventure Camp 2017

Adventure Survival 1

July 24 – 28


Adventure Survival 2

July 31 – August 4


Activities include: Man tracker, Orienteering, Outdoor Cooking and Survival Skills, Wildlife Education, ROPES Course.

Camp Registration fee is $150.00 and includes snacks, hot lunch and all activities.

Please visit peiadventurecamp.wordpress.com for more information and registration form.


  1. CANOE COVE CHRISTIAN CAMP

Canoe Cove camp is a peaceful, fun camp with many activities for children to participate in such as swimming, canoeing, outdoor jumping pillow, outdoor sports, campfires and lots more! Located on a beautiful beach front in Canoe Cove, the camp is a great learning environment away from the many distractions of life. We offer wonderful home cook meals. We have a caring, enthusiastic team of counselors/staff who have lots of fun activities planned for the summer, including many “team building” activities.

Summer schedule of camps:

Camp # 1 – Grade 4 & 5 (July 2-7); Camp #2 – Grade 6 & 7 (July 9-14)

Camp #3 – Grade 2 & 3 (July 16-19); Camp #4 – Grade 8 & 9 (July 30-August 4)

Camp #5 – Grade 10, 11 & 12 (August 6-12); Camp 55 years + (June 22-24)
If you have any questions, please contact the camp managers at 902-675-3039 or by email: manager@canoecovechristiancamp.org . Information/registration sheets are available online at http://www.canoecovechristiancamp.org/


  1. CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCH

Register now for CPF-PEI French Camp. Students studying in French will have the opportunity not only to use their French skills, but also to explore the French culture.

Camps are held in the Îles-de-la-Madeleine at Center Nautique de l'Istorlet.  One week only - July 9-15 for ages 12-14 for Nautical Camp and also for ages 15-17 for Kayak Camp.


For more information on these two camps, to become a member and to register go to www.pei.cpf.ca, call 902-368-3703.

Learn and Play “en français” summer camp will be offered at UPEI from Monday to Friday (July 3 to August 18) for students finishing Kindergarten to Grade 6 French Immersion and French Language programs who want to enjoy the summer having fun and learning in a completely French environment. UPEI has carefully selected their team of language teachers for these camps from the graduates of the B.Ed French Immersion Baccalaureate Program at UPEI. Camp days are specially tailored so that children stay highly motivated while enjoying their summer program. Contact Jonathan Lane, Panther Academy, 902- 566-0627, |jalane@upei.ca or on line at http://www.upei.ca/ar/pantheracademy/schedule

La période d’inscription est maintenant ouverte pour les camps en français de CPF-ÎPÉ. Les étudiants qui prennent des cours en français auront l’occasion non seulement de pratiquer leur langue française, mais aussi d’explorer la culture francophone. Les camps ont lieu aux Îles-de-la-Madeleine au Centre Nautique de l’Istorlet pour une semaine seulement :  Du 9 au 15 juillet = camp nautique pour les jeunes âgés de 12 à 14 ans, et camp kayak pour les jeunes de 15 à 17 ans.  Pour plus de renseignements au sujet de ces deux camps, ou pour devenir membre ou s’inscrire, naviguez au www.pei.cpf.ca ou composez le 902-368-3703.



Le camp d’été ‘Apprenez et jouez en français’ sera offert à UPEI du lundi au vendredi (3 juillet au 18 août) pour les étudiants qui suivent des programmes en français ou en immersion de la maternelle jusqu’en 6e année. Ce camp est destiné aux jeunes qui veulent s’amuser et apprendre pendant l’été dans un environnement complètement francophone. UPEI sélectionne les animateurs pour ces camps de façon méticuleuse, à partir du groupe de finissants du programme de baccalauréat en enseignement immersion francophone. Les camps sont adaptés de façon à motiver continuellement les enfants afin qu’ils adorent leur programme d’été. Personne-ressource : Jonathan Lane, Panther Academy, 902-566-0627|jalane@upei.ca ou en-ligne au http://www.upei.ca/ar/pantheracademy/schedule

  1. SUMMER CAMPS AT SYLVAN

Summer camps at Sylvan offer the best possible combination of fun, creativity, and learning for students in grades 1 through 9! STEM-focused camps in robotics and coding are perfect for students with an interest in engineering and science. Or if getting ready for the next grade is your priority, our academic camps are offered in August.
Robotics Camps (grades 2-6) $150: Working with a buddy, your child will enjoy fun, hands-on projects that include building and programming LEGO® robots. Each session encourages creativity and imagination as kids brainstorm, build, and experiment to answer questions or win friendly competitions.
Video Game Design and Computer Coding (grades 3-8) $200: Your child will learn computer programming through fun projects like animating stories and creating video games. Kids have access to thousands of backgrounds, props, and sound effects to help bring their creations to life while learning problem-solving, planning, and coding skills.
Writing Boot Camp (grades 4-9) and Math Boot Camp (grades 6-9) $150: One of the best ways to get ready for the new school year is to dust off those rusty writing or math skills, so academic camps run at the end of the summer to help your child hit the ground running when classes start. Writing students practice the writing process with a variety of entertaining projects while math students work on foundational skills and problem-solving strategies.
Our week-long camps are offered throughout the summer in the morning from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Special prices apply if paid before June 1, 2017.
Check out our website, www.peilearning.ca for schedules and online registration, or call (902) 367-3678 for more information.

  1. CAMP KEIR

Camp Keir is located in Canoe Cove and offers camping sessions for ages 6 to 18.  At Keir, youth are growing inside by playing outside.  Campers enjoy lots of unique and extremely fun outdoor activities, delicious meals, tons of "Keir Gear," and forge long-lasting friendships within a safe, caring environment.  Again this year we are offering our Leader-In Training program designed for older youth, which is an asset to any resume.  For more information on any of our programs, check out our website - wwww.campkeir.ca - or visit us on Facebook!  The camps for 2017 are: 
Leader-In-Training    15 + yrs. July 2 - 14

Gold Rush                 9 - 11 yrs. July 2 - 7

Messy Mayhem        12 -14 yrs. July 9 - 14

Explorers                  15 -18 yrs. July 16 - 21

Wacky Waves            6 - 8 yrs. July 23 - 26

Sand Troopers          12 - 14 yrs. July 30 - Aug.4

Firelight                    15 - 18 yrs. Aug. 6 - 11

Pioneers                     7 - 10 yrs. Aug. 13 - 18




  1. CAMP SEGGIE

At Camp Seggie, children are removed from the distractions of this busy world. For a whole week, they are in a safe environment, unplugged from their computers, TVs, video games, etc. and they experience love, acceptance and a message of hope. Our campers enjoy good meals, fresh air and plenty of exercise as they build life-long friendships. We’re convinced that camp is the best thing they’ll do this summer and we invite your child to be part of this life-changing experience. Scholarships are available for deserving children so check out our website for more information and to register for day or overnight camps for grades K-9. See you this Summer at Seggie! For further information, please call Bob at 314-5646 or visit online: www.campseggie.ca.


  1. CAMP ABBEY

Camp Abbey offers camps for Children and Youth, ages 5 – 16, July through August. The camp is located at Augustine Cove, PEI – for further information, please contact Krista Wood at 902-836-3310 or visit their website www.campabbey.ca.


  1. ATLANTIC ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS

Acting, Singing and Dancing Camps are being held daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Children between the ages of 5 – 17 are welcome.
Summerside Camp - June 10 – 17, 2017

Georgetown Camp - July 24 – 28, 2017 and,

August 14 – 18, 2017
A two day workshop with Dance Virtuosa will be held on July 3 and 4, 2017.
For further information please call Sherri-lee Darrach at 902-432-9339.


  1. CONFEDERATION CENTER CHILDREN’S LIBRARY

Celebrate Canada! - Summer 2017 Schedule of Events

Get your Summer Read On at the library!

Confederation Centre Children’s Library

902-368-4644

Bibliothèque Dr-J. Edmond-Arsenault

Carrefour de l’Îsle-Saint Jean

902-368-6092

www.library.pe.ca
TD SUMMER READING CLUB - Celebrate Canada!
Register for the TD Summer Reading Club and get your summer read on at the library! You’ll set a summer reading goal and record your progress in a notebook. (Preschoolers can have a caregiver record their reading.) You’ll earn an official signature on your reading certificate, and you could win one of our great prizes. So, what are you waiting for? Get reading! www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca www.library.pe.ca
Be sure to like us on Facebook and keep up to date on all our great programming!
Registration

Registration will begin on Saturday, June 17 where we will celebrate “Get Your Summer Read On!” Children are invited to stop by the library to get their reading kit. Registrations for the Summer Reading Club will be accepted until the end of July and should be completed in person so you can pick up your free summer reading kit. The Summer Reading Club is open to children of all ages, including preschoolers.
Launch Party

Saturday, June 24 at 2:00 p.m.

Have some fun and celebrate the launch of the TD Summer Reading Club by wishing Canada a Happy 150th Birthday! We’ll enjoy games, music and crafts! There will be refreshments and giveaways! The fun starts at the Children’s Library at 2:00 PM. For all ages.

Closing Celebration

Thursday, August 17 from 10:30-11:30 AM

Celebrate all the reading you’ve done so far this summer at our closing party! Bring your reading notebook and you can have your reading certificate signed. Can’t make the party? You can still get your reading certificate signed until the end of August.
Activities for School-Aged Children

Join us at 10:30 AM on Thursdays and Fridays from June 29 to August 17 for stories, crafts, and other activities. For ages 5 to 11.


Please note: Children must be accompanied by an adult and are not to be left unattended in the library. These programs are not intended for groups. Please contact us to find out how your group can participate in the TD Summer Reading Club.
Week One: Clearly Canadian

Thursday, June 29: YVR to YYG

Friday, June 30: Canada’s Mosaic
Week Two: Feathered Friends

Thursday, July 6: Parks Canada - Piping Plovers

Friday, July 7: Birds of a Feather…
Week Three: A Garden We Will Grow

Thursday, July 13: Decorate Our Garden!

Friday, July 14: Plant a Little Seed


Week Four: Animal Antics

Thursday, July 20: Beaver Fever

Friday, July 21: Parks Canada - Awesome Animals
Week Five: Colourful Horizons

Thursday, July 27: Island Hill Farm @ the Library!



Friday, July 28: Can you paint like Emily Carr?


Week Six: Better Together

Thursday, August 3: Humane Society Visit

Friday, August 4: How Kind!

Week Seven: Impressive Inventors

Thursday, August 10: A Most Magnificent Thing!

Friday, August 11: Creation Station
Week Eight: Celebrate Summer!

Thursday, August 17: Closing Party!


Evil Genius Club

Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. from July 4-August 15. Make slime, create circuit bots, who knows what our Evil Geniuses will concoct!


Origami

Fridays at 2:00 P.M. from June 30 - August 11 to learn and practice origami folds.



Drop-in Doodle

Saturdays between 10:00 AM – 3:00 p.m. We’ll have a different doodle challenge each week!


Lego Club

Join us every Sunday from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and build amazing Lego creations!


Reading Buddies

Sign up to keep reading all summer long from July 4 - August 8 with our 6-week Reading Buddies program! Participants, aged 6-11, will be matched with teen volunteers for a fun hour of reading and sharing stories together every Tuesday at 10:00 am.



*Registration is required for this 6-week program.
Activities for Families

Join us at 10:30 AM on Wednesday mornings from June 28 to August 16 for family puppet plays followed by stories and a simple craft. For ages 1 to 5.


Puppet Plays

June 28: A Big Guy Took My Ball & It’s a Jungle Out There

July 5: Elephant and the Monkey & The Frog Prince

July 12: The Tortoise and the Hare & If You Give A Mouse A Cookie

July 19: Hansel and Gretel & I Want My Hat Back!

July 26: Little Late Riding Hood & The Gruffalo

August 2: Toucan and the Monkey & Who Says That?

August 9: Bedtime for Bernie Bear & King Midas and the Golden Touch

August 16: Slurping Beauty & Can I Play Too?
Family Story Time

June 28: Oh, Canada!

July 5: Feathered Friends

July 12: A Garden We Will Grow

July 19: Animal Antics

July 26: Colourful Horizons

August 2: Better Together

August 9: Creation Station

August 16: Celebrate Summer!
OTHER EVENTS:

Annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Friday, July 7 from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM



Meet in the Children’s Library for a walk to a neighbourhood park. After we eat, we’ll enjoy stories and games. Everyone welcome! Bears, children and adults bring their own picnic lunches (peanut-free please). In case of inclement weather, enjoy a Teddy Bear story time in the library.
Adopt a Corner

Thursday, July 13 and Friday, July 14 at 10:30 AM

Help create decorations for our garden Thursday and plant seeds in our garden on Friday at the corner of Queen Street and Victoria Row. This is the seventh year the Children’s Library has participated in Downtown Charlottetown Inc.’s Adopt A Corner project.
Animal Toy and Treat Drive

June to August

Thursday, August 10 from 10:30-11:30 AM

Starting in early June, you are invited to donate an animal toy or treat for the homeless animals at the PEI Humane Society Shelter. We’ll have a drop-off container for your donations, and we’d love to fill it to the top! (Toys and treats only. No funds, please!) Our friends from the Humane Society will visit at 10:30 AM on Thursday, August 10.


Island Hill Farm

Thursday, July 27 at 10:30 AM

Our friends (of both the human and furry variety) will stop in for a story and to teach us about their wonderful farm! We’ll have lots of time to ask questions and meet the animals!

Parks Canada Visits

Piping Plovers: Chicks on the beach!

Thursday, July 6 from 10:30 AM-11:30 AM
Awesome Animals

Thursday, July 20 from 10:30 AM-11:30 AM
NFB Film Club - Cinéclub ONF

Once again the library will be showing the National Film Board of Canada’s TD Summer Reading Club Film Club! This years’ compilation celebrates everything that makes Canada great! Families are welcome to join use for our Sunday Matinee showings:

Sunday, July 16 at 1:30 PM - “Canada”

Sunday, August 6 at 1:30 PM - “Indigenous Legends”



CONFEDERATION CENTRE PUBLIC LIBRARY - TEEN SPACE

The Program

Read 15 minutes a day and participate in exciting programs. Earn ballots for the end of the summer prize draw.



The Launch

Thursday, June 29

1:00 p.m. Join us for the kickoff party, try our scavenger hunt and register for the Teen Summer Reading Program.


The Activities:

Thursday, July 6

1:00 p.m. Strange Tales



Thursday, July 13

1:00 p.m. Colourful Horizons



Thursday, July 20

1:00 p.m. Exploring Nature



Thursday, July 27

1:00 p.m. Symbols of Canada



Thursday, Aug. 3

1:00 p.m. Better Together



Thursday, Aug. 10

1:00 p.m. Hidden Treasures


Volunteer

Sign up to volunteer for our Reading Buddies Program.


The Closing

Thursday, Aug. 17

1:00 p.m. Join us for fun, games, food and prize draws.

Call: 902-368-4642
GROUPS

Please note that our scheduled Summer Reading activities are not intended for groups. Due to space limitations, groups are asked to call ahead when planning a visit to the Children’s Library. Contact us to find out how your group can participate in the TD Summer Reading Club.
COMPUTERS FOR CHILDREN

Several computers are available for use in the Children’s Library. Our two Early Literacy stations offer a wide range of programs for education and entertainment. These computers do not have Internet access.
Internet access is available on three computers in the Children’s Library. In order to use these computers, a parent/guardian must visit the library in person and sign an Internet Acceptable Use Policy Form for each child. Computers with Internet access may be booked for one hour per day by calling 902-368-4644.
Please note that an adult must remain with any child under the age of 6 who is using a Children’s Library computer.
E-BOOKS AND AUDIOBOOKS FOR CHILDREN

Be sure to check out the TumbleBook series available through our website. For younger readers, TumbleBooks uses animation, music, and narration to bring picture books to life. Older readers can access e-books, read-alongs, graphic novels, National Geographic videos, and audio books through TumbleCloud Junior, TumbleCloud and AudioBookCloud.
CONFEDERATION CENTRE PUBLIC LIBRARY HOURS

Monday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 PM

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 PM

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 PM

Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 PM

Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 PM

Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 PM

Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 PM


BIBLIOTHÈQUE DR-J. EDMOND-ARSENAULT

Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint Jean

This summer, the library is offering a variety of activities to maintain and improve reading levels while having lots of fun for French-speaking children as well as those in French Immersion. For more information, call 902-368-6092. Check out the dates for our TD Summer Reading Club and regular programs.


Cet été, la bibliothèque offrira une variété de programmes amusants pour promouvoir et améliorer la lecture et le niveau de français des enfants francophones et ceux en immersion. Pour plus de renseignements, appelez au 902-368-6092. Voici les dates pour notre Club de lecture d'été TD et nos programmes réguliers.
Opening Thursday, July 6 at 1pm

Ouverture le jeudi 6 juillet à 13h
Thursdays at 1pm-2pm from July 6-August 17

Club de lecture d'été les jeudis 6 juillet au 17 août du 13h à 14h
Closing Aug. 17 at 1pm

Fermeture le jeudi 17 août à 13h
HEURES D’OUVERTURE / HOURS OF OPERATION

Mardi de 13h à 20h / Tuesday 1 pm to 8 pm

Jeudi de 12h à 20h / Thursday 12 pm to 8 pm

Samedi de 9h à 13h / Saturday 9 am to 1 pm





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