2021 Fresh Air Daycamp
Summer Fun at the Beach | Monday to Friday 9am – 3pm
July 5 - August 20
Due to provincial health orders and Covid-19 protocols, imited spaces are available and we are not able to provide before and after care.
Camps for children Kindergarten to Grade 6 are a fun opportunity to play, make new friends, learn new skills, create projects, meet community heroes and find ways to be stewards in our community.
How to Register:
To inquire or register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org on Mondays, Thursdays or Fridays between June 14 and July 5. Camp registration for all sessions must be completed during this time period. Please note that refunds will be available until July 15, 2021. No refunds will be issued after this date.
Once you have requested the registration documentation, please complete in full and return to Alex House. When you receive confirmation from Alex House that your documents have been processed, you will be invited to make payment online.
DO NOT MAKE PAYMENT UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED CONFIRMATION.
Any payments made prior to registration confirmation will be invalid.
Things you should send to camp every day:
- bathing suit
- running shoes
- beach shoes (Will stay on kids feet in water)
- water bottle
- picnic style lunch
Discover your inner adventurer at Alexandra Neighbourhood House this summer!
Refund Policy: No refund after July 15 2021. Please request a refund in writing . All refunds are subject to a $25 administration fee per child. Please note: We are a nut-free site.
Camp themes will include: Please note activities are subject to change without notice.
- Recycled art creations
- Community awareness projects
- Community guest
- Puppetry workshop
- Hip Hop dance
- Ooey Gooey art
- FUN with S.T.E.A.M
- Hikes and walks
- Active play
- Heat-pumping sports
FRESH AIR EXPLORATION
- Environmental awareness
- Nature innovation art
- Outdoor cooking
- Exploring nature
- Daily beach discovery
Cost: August 3-6 (Stat week-4 days), $200; Five days $225/wk.
We acknowledge the financial support of the United Way of the Lower Mainland