Kids will go home tired and happy after a full day of fun, games, art, crafts, experiments, and indoor & outdoor shenanigans! Camp will run Monday to Thursday. Drop off is between 8:30am and 9:00am with pick up between 4:00pm and 4:30pm.
- Campers must be aged 6 to 11 years old and have completed Kindergarten.
- Campers must bring their own lunch and snacks.
- We encourage peanut free but do not guarantee an allergy safe environment.
Favourite activities from your favourite programs!
Each week campers will learns skills that will support school readiness and foster their independence while getting to experience popular activities from our favourite programs at apfa like: Crafternoon, Science 101, Loose Parts Play, Music & Motion, Intellidance, and Messy Fun!
Each day includes a snack. Camp will run Monday to Friday from 1:15pm – 4:00pm at the Family Connection Centre in Stony Plain.
Campers must be turning ages 4 and 5 years old by the camp start date. Registration is required.
Play, sing, and create your own healthy snack!
Each day’s activities are based on a book and each camper will get to choose one book to take home at the end of the week! Playing games, singing songs, making a craft, and preparing and sharing a snack are all part of the fun as your camper learns skills that will support school readiness and foster their independence.
Camp will run Monday to Friday from 9:00 – 11:45am at the Family Connection Centre in Stony Plain.
Campers must be turning 4 or 5 years old by the camp start date. Registration is required.
As parents we all want to support our children as they grow to be kind and empathetic, but how do we teach them to be inclusive and accepting of others? It can be difficult to know where to start and who to approach with questions when we are not sure how they will be received.
Spruce Grove FCSS, Spruce Grove Public Library and Alberta Parenting for the Future invite you to join Eugena Macguire as she speaks on the topic of gender and sexuality. In this brave space we will increase our understanding of gender and sexuality issues; challenge stereotypes; identify appropriate language; and ask any awkward or scary questions. We will leave feeling more confident in our ability discuss gender and sexuality with our children and to help them build their understanding and empathy.
Registration is required, please register HERE.
Childcare is available for children 2 – 12 years old.
Without realizing that they are doing it, people who struggle with Anxiety often develop patterns that end up making the feelings much worse. This session outlines the 10 most common mistakes that inadvertently strengthen feelings of Anxiety, making it even more challenging to feel balanced and in control.
Participants will learn the solutions that change these dysfunctional patterns so the anxiety can be successfully addressed and overcome.
This is an online event through Zoom facilitated by Kim (she/her) B.A., R.P.C., M.P.C.C., C.T., Tacit Knowledge Counselling & Mental Health Training
In Partnership with Parkland School Division
Join us as we learn to make macarons!
This is a learning opportunity for teens ages 13-18 to learn budgeting, safe food handling, and create nutritious food to take home in a fun environment.
We will begin with menu planning and budgeting followed by hands on food safe meal preparation. At the end, all participants will take home three meals for their family, and macarons of course!
Our Community Kitchen is sponsored by The United Way.
Come join Parkland School Division Psychologist, Josée Huston, in discussion teen anger and depression. This session will focus on useful strategies that parents can use to support their child.
This is an online event.