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Our camp counsellors will be at the Community Centre  ready for a water fight, fun activities, and lunch is on us.

Thursdays are for youth entering grade 7 – 9 in the fall. Register for the day(s) that fit your schedule!

Our camp counsellors will be at the Community Centre  ready for a water fight, fun activities, and lunch is on us.

Thursdays are for youth entering grade 7 – 9 in the fall. Register for the day(s) that fit your schedule!

Our camp counsellors will be at the Community Centre  ready for a water fight, fun activities, and lunch is on us.

Thursdays are for youth entering grade 7 – 9 in the fall. Register for the day(s) that fit your schedule!

Parents and their children enjoy the fun and power of rhymes, songs and stories together. Children’s imagination and early language skills develop while the parent-child bond strengthens.

An enjoyable and engaging time for you and baby!  Sing songs, read books, tell stories and play hand games to enhance parent/child attachment, social skills and healthy child development.

Come and explore the world of science using items found in your home in this special Covid edition program.

Children’s scientific exploration builds language and thinking skills through simple classification of shapes, numbers, colours, size and concepts. Communication skills and general knowledge are increased through storytelling and building an awareness of the natural world.

Parents and children enjoy music, dancing and moving to rhythmic beats. It is even more fun if they use an assortment of instruments to play along while developing early literacy skills.

Our camp counsellors will be at the Community Centre  ready for a water fight, fun activities, and lunch is on us.

Thursdays are for youth entering grade 7 – 9 in the fall. Register for the day(s) that fit your schedule!

This Covid edition craft workshop supports caregivers and children to create and play together. Using supplies from home and supplies that apfa will provide these crafts will be sure to beat the Covid blues.

Parents and their children enjoy the fun and power of rhymes, songs and stories together. Children’s imagination and early language skills develop while the parent-child bond strengthens.