The City of Brantford is offering summer day camps from July 4 to Sept. 1 for children aged four to 15.
In addition, Woodman Park Community Center will have youth leadership development programs for those aged 13 to 16.
Registration is required and limited spots are available at each location.
Online registration begins at 7:30 am on Wednesday, April 12 at Brantford.ca/Activenet or in person at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre. Registration can also be done at Doug Snooks Eagle Place, TB Costain/SC Johnson or Woodman Park Community Center during regular operating hours.
Financial assistance is available for those who qualify through the Can We Help program. A financial assistance chart is available at Brantford.ca/RecreationFinancialAssistance to determine eligibility. For more information, email [email protected] or call 519-756-9900, ext. 5294.
All camps and courses run from 9 am to 4:30 pm with free extended care from 8 am to 9 am and 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm The cost varies from $125 to $225 per week.
Details can be found at Brantford.ca/SummerCamps.
Day camp rentals:
- Branlyn Community Center – Summer day camp, 238 Brantwood Park Rd., for children four to 10. Also offered is a youth day camp for ages 11 to 15.
- Bell Homestead National Historic Site – Summer day camp, 94 Tutela Heights Rd., for children four to 11.
- Doug Snooks Eagle Place Community Center – Summer day camp, 333 Erie Ave., for children four to 12.
- Earl Haig Family Fun Park – Summer day camp, 101 Market St. South, for children six to 12.
- Shellards Area/St. Gabriel School – Summer day camp, 14 Flanders Dr., for children four to 12.
- TB Costain/SC Johnson Community Center – Summer day camp, 16 Morrell St., for children four to 12.
- Wayne Gretzky Sports Center – Summer day camp for children six to 12.
- Woodman Park Community Center – Summer day camp, 491 Gray St., for children four to 12. Youth leadership development program for those aged 13 to 16. This two-week leader-in-training program will include one week of in-class training and a second week using skills learned in a city-run day camp.