Winter Day Camps

Winter Camp runs Tuesday – Friday during the February Break (Monday is the Family Day stat holiday). Your child will enjoy a range of opportunities in the arts during their break from school. Read our Camp Values to learn more about what guides our planning and camp content.

These are four day camps for ages 3-14. If your child is over 14, contact our Program Coordinator to learn about volunteer opportunities for your child during this week. You will be required to pack a nut-free lunch and snack for your child during the camp week. The days for your child consists of learning about their art focus for the week, preparing for a short performance/showcase on Friday, taking outdoor breaks (weather permitting), working on arts activities and playing arts games to activate learning in their camp's focus, and more!

Early Drop-off 7:45am-8:45am
Camp Day (Full Day) 8:45am-4:15pm
Camp Day (AM Only) 8:45am-12:00pm
Camp Day (PM Only) 1:00pm-4:15pm
Late Pick-up 4:15pm-5:15pm

We do not reserve spots in camps, and payment is required at the time of registration. However, if you are waiting for Creative Kids funding, please contact Non-Credit Student Services to let them know, so, we can plan for your child in our camps.

Winter Camp registration opens annually on October 15.

Sibling Discount: register up to 3 children in Winter Camps and receive 10% off the camp fees for the 2nd and 3rd child. Discount applied at checkout to the lesser valued camps on the same receipt/transaction only.

Camp Name

Art Strand

Fee

Ages

*Creative AM - Winter Wonderland Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Art $120 3-6
*Creative PM - Winter Wonderland Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Art $120 3-6
Music Explorers Music $200 6-8
Visual Art Explorers Visual Art $200 6-8
Pop Idols Dance, Music $200 8-12
**Community Art Projects Visual Art $200 8-12
**Social Change Through Art Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Art, Literary Arts $200 11-14

*The content for these AM/PM camps is the same in the morning and afternoon, please only register your child for one camp.

**These camps are part of the Conservatory's new Art for Change Creative Camp programming, which focuses on how the arts can be used to amplify young voices and act as a vehicle for addressing social issues/challenges faced by our communities.

All camps will take place at the College Avenue Campus.

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