It’s a week of fun and learning at the Museum with exhibit time, special guests, crafts, games, experiments and time outdoors! Children aged 5 – 12 are invited to explore, create and have fun at the Museum; sign up for all 5 days, or just a few! Register early to avoid disappointment! Pre-registration and prepayment are required as space is limited, register by following the link below.
Monday: Abracadabra Magic Day
Special Guest: The Great Steverino, ‘Traditional’ Magic Show
Tuesday: Paleolithic Playtime
Wednesday: Outta this World
Special Guest: John Hlynialuk from the Bluewater Astronomical Society
Thursday: Adventure Time
Friday: Fur, Fins & Feathers
Special Guest: Wild Ontario with ‘Birds of Prey’
*Themes and special guests are subject to change
Member: $30.26 per day Public: $35.26 per day
All Government of Ontario framework and Public Health guidelines will be followed for this program.
- Participants will be assigned to a group for activities and lunches, and will remain with that group for the duration of their participation. For example, if there are three children who are attending Monday-Wednesday, they will form a lunch and activity group and sit and work on activities exclusively with each other.
- Activity and lunch setups are designed to provide at least 1 meter space between all children within a cohort and at least 2 meters between cohorts.
- Social distancing markers are placed throughout the Museum, KidZone campers will be introduced to them and what they mean on their first day of camp.
- Staff and volunteers will enforce social distancing wherever possible and appropriate.
- All supplies for activities are pre-portioned, at least one week in advance, and children may take extra supplies home with them at the end of the day.
- Each participant will be given their own supply of classroom tools to use for the week (ie. scissors, glue, ruler, markers, etc.). These will be provided in a storage bin that has a lid and will be left in an assigned place, away from other participants.
- Masks are to be worn at all times indoors, except while eating, and outdoors when social distancing is difficult.
Bruce County Child Activity Assistance Program – Click here to download the BCCAAP Application Form 2018. Eligibility – To qualify for subsidy for non-sports related activities, applicants must be residents of Bruce County and have a gross family income less than $30,000.00 per year. Subsidy is available for dependent children, living at home who are under the age of 18.