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Toronto Kidz, an organization that delivers kids' programming and camps, is passionate about the urban family life in Toronto and raising kids in this versatile city. As such, they want to offer families in Toronto children services that are accessible, affordable, and a lot of fun! Their summer camp is the first one of many services they offer to support busy families in the west end of Toronto.

Fun-filled weeks for campers aged 5-12 years come with different weekly programming and exciting field trips in the city! Themes such as Dinosaurs, Space, Magic, Animals, etc. will keep younger campers busy in the 'Kidz Camp,' while groups aged 8 to 12 year-olds deep dive into Science, Outdoors, Leadership, Arts, Magic, and more in the 'Junior Camp.'

Summer day camp locations serve families in Toronto's High Park, The Junction, Bloordale, Bloor West Village, Baby Point, Roncesvalles and beyond, with 3 camp located at 16 Baby Point Road, 151 Glenlake Avenue and 156 Roncesvalles Ave.

When COVID-19 hit in the summer in 2020, Toronto Kidz was still able to successfully run 7 weeks of camp in-person, under all the required health guidelines. The camp wanted to go ahead and offer a fun summer for the kids ― something they felt was much needed after school closures. They adapted their programming, hired more staff and adhered to all the safety protocols from Public Health and the Ministry of Education. As such, they are confident that they'll be able to offer camp once again this year, based on the experience and learnings from 2020. How did they manage to run a camp during a pandemic last year? You can read all about it here.

Parents currently looking for after-school programs can also sign kids up for virtual classes ― weekly arts & crafts classes allow your child explore their creative side from the comfort of home. In each 45-minute session, students will make a drawing and a crafts project with basic supplies you already have at home.

Want to keep kids busy on PA days? Let your little one enjoy a fun day off school with a wide variety of activities and field trips.

Brigitte, Camp Director at Toronto Kidz, has always been passionate about kids and how to raise a caring child who goes through life seeing its endless possibilities. Having worked in the travel industry with Youth Trips and lately for WE, a charity that empowers youth to change the world, she has witnessed how interested and caring the next generation is. With Toronto Kidz, she hopes to contribute to raising the next generation in a meaningful way.

Find out more at www.torontokidz.ca.

You can also view Toronto Kidz' Business Profile on Toronto4Kids.

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