Discover your Adventure at a Top Summer Camp



What does camp mean to you? Maybe it’s a week of fun in the sun, arts and crafts, and canoeing. Perhaps it’s a couple weeks of dipping toes in the water, finding a place at the chow table, feeling confident about mastering a new activity, and endless campfire stories and giggles.

To your child, a camp experience is all of that and more. At camp, your child is able to play and learn, take chances and try something new, and build friendships that last a lifetime. It’s an opportunity to foster important life skills such as problem solving, leadership, and self-confidence. Most importantly, camp is where your children can feel free to be themselves.

Every child deserves to go to camp and the Our Kids Camp Expo can help you find an amazing Summer camp by putting you face to face with directors and staff from many different types of camps across Ontario and Quebec all in one day. Explore day and overnight camps that specialize in a range of programs including arts, sports, technology, special needs, or an overall traditional experience.

The Expo is the perfect place to discover your adventure and get your questions answered. Learn all about the benefits of camp, how to pay, how to prepare, what to pack, and how camps deal with safety and homesickness. Be sure to bring the whole family to see the live animal shows and participate in camp activities, games, and crafts!

Plus, in support of the Kids in Camp charity, which seeks to send underprivileged kids to camp, Our Kids will donate $1.00 on behalf of each attending family.

Date and Location
• Feb. 22, 2015 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
• Roy Thomson Hall: 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, Ontario
• Pre-register for free admission valid for a family of four at: www.ourkids.net/campexpo.

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