Day Camps

 

Summary

 

General information

Information: 514-457-1605

Summer time: 514-457-1660

 

Registration for summer 2017

Registration at Centre Harpell, 60 rue Saint-Pierre

Priority to residents:

  • Tuesday, April 18 from 6 pm to 8 pm 
  • Wednesday, April 19 from 6 pm to 8 pm | if space are still available

For everyone:

  • Thursday, April 20 from 1 pm to 6:30 pm | if space are still available

Starting on May 8, 2017, if space are still available: registration at the office of Recreation Department during regular office hours.

**THANK YOU FOR BRINGING THE COMPLETED FORMS ON REGISTRATION EVENINGS** 

 

NOTE

  • If you wish to benefit from the resident rate, please present two proofs of residence.
  • Registration forms will be processed on a first come first served basis;
  • Confirmation will be sent to you within the two weeks following your registration;
  • Camp fees are tax deductible;
  • Management reserves the right to cancel a camp due to insufficient enrolment.
 

New and improved!

Always on the search for new adventures!

Every year we encourage our campers to come discover different activities, learn new skills and make new friends. This year we will continue to work hard to create a dynamic, fun and magical summer camp for our campers!

 

Programs

Les Mousquetons: Ages 5 to 7 

Les Maraudeurs: Ages 8 to 12

One week camp where children will take part in many activities: arts and crafts, cooking, dance, theme day, major games, swimming. They will also have the chance to participate in an outing scheduled on the Wednesday, included in the package price.

 

Specialized SWIMMING Camp: Ages 5 to 12

A two-week camp during which children will have swimming lessons that lead to a Red Cross level, while participating in regular day camp activities and Wednesday outings, included in the package price. The children will be placed into the Mousquetons or Maraudeurs group, according to their age.

 

Specialized DISCOVERY Camp: Ages 10 to 13

A fun filled week of discovery in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. Following the general themes of nature and the outdoors, the campers will participate in hands-on workshops at various locations around the municipality: Macdonald Farm, Morgan Arboretum, an entomology lecture with McGill graduate students, a canoe excursion from the John Abbott campus... The campers will travel to and from all outings by bicycle. Bicycle and helmet required. Camp offered weeks 2, 3, 4 and 6. The outings and activities will vary from week to week.

 

CIT (Councillor in Training): Ages 14 and 15

Over a two-week period, interested teens will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the duties and skills necessary to become a day-camp animator. They will receive training, will be integrated into the regular camps as assistants, and will receive a certificate at the end of their two-week training. Outings included.

 

SAP (Extended daycare service): For all

Available from 7 am to 9 am, and also from 4 pm to 6 pm. Weekly fees.

 

Schedules

Regular Camps (Mousquetons and Maraudeurs):  One-week package (weeks 1 to 8)

Swimming Camps:  Two-week packages (1 & 2) (3 & 4) (5 & 6)

Discovery Camp: One-week package (week 2) (week 3) (week 4) (week 6)

CIT program:  Two-week packages (1 & 2) (3 & 4) (5 & 6)

Day care: One-week packages (weeks 1 to 8); AM from 7 to 9; PM from 4 to 6

WEEKS –

SUMMER 2017

DATES

From Mon. to Fri.

From 9 am to 4 pm

If places available - DEADLINES FOR:

Registration, cancellation, modification, reimbursement, changing dates, etc.

Week 1

From June 26th to 30th 

Friday, June 9th,  before 11 am

Week 2

From July 3rd to 7th

Friday, June 16th, before 11 am

Week 3

From July 10th to 14th

Friday, June 23rd, before 11 pm

Week 4

From July 17th to 21st  

Friday, June 30th, before 11 pm

Week 5

From July 24h to July 28th

Friday, July 7th, before 11 am

Week 6

From July 31st to August 4th

Friday, July 14th, before 11 am

Week 7

From August 7th to 11th

Friday, July 21st, before 11 am

Week 8

From August 14th to 18th   

Friday, July 21st, before 11 am

 

Fees summer 2017

Note: the rebate for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd child is applicable on packages for the same dates and from the higher amount to the lower amount.

 

PACKAGES

NUMBER OF CHILDREN PER FAMILY

REGISTRATION FEES

(cost by package)

RESIDENT

NON-RESIDENT

Regular Camps

Mousquetons: Ages 5 to 7

and Maraudeurs: Ages 8 to 12

8 packages of one week each (outing included) Week 1 to 8*

* week 8: limited places available

1st child

2nd child

3rd child

$105

$100

$95

$135

Specialized Swimming Camp

3 packages of 2 weeks each

(1 & 2) (3 & 4) (5 & 6)

(outings included)

1st child

2nd child

3rd child

$240

$230

$220

$300

Specialized Discovery Camp

Ages 10 to 13

3 packages of one week each (2) (3) (4) (6)

(outing included)

Per child

$160

$190

Councillor in training program (CIT)

Ages 14 and 15 |  camp t-shirt included

3 packages of 2 weeks (1 & 2) (3 & 4) (5 & 6)

$130

$170

Extended Daycare service

(cost per week)

AM

$20

PM

$20

AM and PM

$30

Camp t-shirt

Mandatory for all participants

$12

 

Other camps in the community - Zoo Ecomuseum | Nature Camp

Information: www.zooecomuseum.ca | 514-457-9449

Clientele: 5 to 11 years of age

Location: Ecomuseum Zoo

Improved Programming! Do your children love animals? Don’t have them miss out: the Nature Camp at the Zoo Ecomuseum offers a week of unforgettable adventures, in the company of wild Quebec flora and fauna. Children aged 5 to 11 will experience a unique adventure with zoo animals while learning how to take care of animals, how to conserve wildlife, and much more!