Harbourfront Centre is offering parents and their children the opportunity to unload and refresh this coming March Break. From March 10-14, kids aged three to 15 can participate in a variety of affordably priced camps, where they can make new friends, learn new skills, discover their creativity and best of all, unleash their energy in a healthy and safe way.
Experienced and qualified instructors are on hand to keep little ones safely occupied and entertained at dramatic theatre and dance camps, creative arts and discovery camps, culinary and circus camps and Camps en français all week long.
This year, Harbourfront Centre Camps is celebrating its 35th Anniversary! We’ve built a legacy of innovative, accessible programming since 1979. Our camps have always celebrated the diversity of our city and welcomed kids from across Toronto. With our 2014 season, we’re going to build on that legacy with new programmes such as Urban Explorers and Creative Explorations.
Campers can also sign up for a nutritious and delicious hot lunch through The Lunch Lady meal programme. They’re the largest provider in Canada, serving thousands of meals in schools, camps and daycare centres through their network of locally owned and operated Lunch Lady kitchens.
Parents have been enthusiastic in their praise for Harbourfront Centre Camps. “We cannot say enough about how much our kids have enjoyed every experience at Harbourfront Centre Camps and the counselors that they have worked with. We are thrilled to be able to offer them these rich childhood opportunities.” – Parent of former campers.
Summer camps are also just around the corner. Be sure to register now for even more opportunities for learning, leadership and, most of all, fun! For a complete list of March Break and Summer Camps and to register, the public can visit harbourfrontcentre.com/camps or call 416-973-4093. Harbourfront Centre is located along the scenic shores of Lake Ontario at 235 Queens Quay W, in the heart of Toronto’s waterfront
Harbourfront Centre is a Canadian charity operating the 10 prime acres of Toronto’s central waterfront as a free and open public site. We celebrate the multiplicities of cultures that comprise Canada and enliven the city through the creative imaginations of artists from across the country and around the globe.