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SCHOOL IS OUT PROGRAMS
The following organizations offer day camps for school off days, winter break, spring break, and/or summer. Click on each organization name to visit their website for more information.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
Saskatchewan Science Centre day camps are offered on select school holidays during the school year. They also offer summer day camps during July and August.
Campers experience themed activities and experiments, science demonstrations, award-winning exhibits, an IMAX film and ample time to run around and enjoy a Science Centre experience. They’ll also meet new friends and create memories that will stick around for a lifetime.
To register your child call at 306-791-7943 or email email@example.com
The YMCA of Regina offers day camps on all professional development days and week day school holidays for both the public and separate school systems. Regular camp time runs from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Extended supervision is also available from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM. Children participate in a wide variety of activities including but not limited to arts, crafts, sports, team building activities, out trips, swimming, and leader-ship development.
School’s Out Day Camps are tentatively scheduled for both YMCA locations. If registration is below the program minimum at either location, parents will be given the option to switch their registration to the other YMCA location.
Register in person or by calling 757-9622
Conservatory of Performing Arts
Conservatory Day Camps provide an engaging and entertaining performing and visual arts experience. The skills children learn in these camps will be relevant and enjoyed for their entire lives.
Living Hope Alliance Church
1300 Arcola Ave
2445 Albert St
School’s Out! Programs are free drop-in programs and include fun facts and activities, crafts, and gallery exploration. Programs are suitable for children ages 4-10, but all children must be accompanied by an adult. After each program, join in on the $2 movies in the theatre!
School’s Out! Programs follow the Regina Public School Calendar.
The program is free of charge and the movie is $2/person.
5025 Tiger Moth Lane
Day camps keep kids busy, active, and having fun while school is out! Camps run over Winter break, February Break, Spring Break, Summer Holidays, and their "School's Out Camp" runs on scheduled school closures throughout the year (PD days, etc)!
PD Days at 4Cats
4649 Rae Street
Bricks 4 Kids
Randene Rourke (306) 530-6731
Crystal Barlas (306) 527-7679
Regina Public Library
Puppet shows, storytime, crafts, there's always something on at the Regina Public Library.
I Can Play Sports
Camps are designed in adherence to Sport Canada's Long Term Athlete Development Model. Each day begins with a new sport instruction and skill development. I CAN PLAY SPORT CAMPS are co-ed. Participants are divided into age appropriate groups (5-8 participants/ instructor).
Girls in the Game
Camps are for girls ages 5-12. Developed in consideration of the CS4L model, camps run during schools holidays and regularly throughout the summer months. Each camp is an exciting way to develop sport skills, make new friends and have fun!
Each day begins with sport instruction and skill development with 1 new sport presented each day, and progresses to discussions and interactive activities on the following topics:
- Recognizing and celebrating your talents and beauty
- Creating and maintaining healthy friendships
- Body image and media awareness
- Developing personal self-confidence
- Dealing with girl bullying (gossip, excluding, cliques)
- Understanding nutrition as fuel for your body
SUMMER CAMP CATEGORIES
Arts - art, music, drama, performing arts
Dance & Gymnastics - dance, gymnastics, cheerleading
Faith Based - camps that incorporate spirituality
Free - camps that have no cost to attend
Martial Arts - taekwon-do, karate, judo, boxing
Science & Learning - science, museums, academic, computer
Special Needs - camps designed for special needs
Sports - baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, multi-sport and more
Overnight - out-of-town camps that require campers to stay overnight
Variety - day camps where kids participate in a range of activities (e.g. crafts, games, music, physical activities, discussions).