In an effort to constantly improve and update our camp programs, we will be changing up a few things this year.
We will be visiting new places, trying new activities, learning new skills and changing our camp structure. We are confident that the kids are going to love the new fun and dynamic changes, and have a great summer!
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
- 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.
**Detailled information and program will be available here as of March 31st, 2017**
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, 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.