Toronto Camp Expo 2020

Discover the Perfect Summer Camp for Your Child!




There are so many camps available for kids. But which one is right for yours?

Find out at the Our Kids Toronto Camp Expo, heading back to Roy Thomson Hall for the 10th time. On Saturday, February 1, 2020, the Camp Expo will be packed with fantastic summer camp options. Did we mention it's FREE?

Choosing a camp for your child is a daunting decision. But the Camp Expo simplifies the process! Bring the kids to explore nearby camps, classes and enrichment experiences for March break, summer, or after-school. Whether your child is into sports, performance arts, robotics or academics – or classic outdoor camp fun like kayaking, hiking, crafting or horseback riding – you're sure to find a match. As a parent, you will find a wealth of information on kids’ camps and programs from the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.

The Our Kids Camp Expo is a marvellous once-a-year celebration of year-round fun!

- Attend to receive a complimentary copy of the 23rd edition of the annual Our Kids Camp and Program Guide, the foremost, most comprehensive guide of its kind in Canada.
- Meet the leading day and overnight camps from Ontario and Quebec.
- Activities for kids at the event include a Virtual-reality experience, balloon animals, face painting, adventure camp experience, and much more.

Find out more at www.ourkids.net/campexpo. Admission is free if you register online.

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