*Please note all weeks are now FULL. Please call 519-376-3690 to be put on a wait list.*
Grey Roots KidsCamp is an exciting way to spend your summer! We offer eight exciting weeks of activity-based programs inspired by our collections and visiting exhibits. Our captivating galleries, artefacts, and energetic staff and volunteers guarantee that your camp experience will be something you will remember for the rest of your life! With a different theme each week you are sure to find a program that matches your interests!
This week is now full.
Have you ever wondered about what it would be like to live during an Ice Age? Or what animals lived during this time? Discover this and much more as we ‘Break the Ice’ and have an epic Ice Age adventure!
This week is now full. There’s been a terrible crime committed at Grey Roots and we need your help! This week, become a Crime Scene Investigator: learn how to interrogate a suspect, gather evidence, and help solve mystery! Don’t delay; you’re our only hope in solving this crime!
This week is now full. This week is all about sports and adventure! We’ll learn about sports through history, and even try a few ancient games ourselves! Working in teams, we’ll compete in a week long Amazing Race- style competition. Are you up to the Challenge?
This week is now full. Grab your fedora, because this week we’re becoming Archaeologists! Through excavations and study of artefacts, we’ll learn all about what archaeologists do and how their work shapes our knowledge of world history! From famous excavations like King Tut’s tomb, to local archaeological work, we’ll really dig in and explore the world!
This week is now full. Sometimes summer can be rough, but this week at Grey Roots KidsCamp, it's ruff! We’re learning all about animals this week! We’ll discover all sorts of wacky animals and learn how to responsibly care for our pets. We might even get a visit from a furry friend or two! Don’t miss out, register meow!
This week is now full.
Ahoy maties! We’re going on a Pirate Adventure! Raise the mainsail as this week we explore pirate legends, search for buried treasure, and even learn how to talk like a pirate! Argh!! Fun filled high seas adventure awaits!
This week is now full. What’s beyond the stars? This week we’ll journey to galaxies far far away, learning about the solar system and other secrets of the galaxy! We’ll discover new planets, if life on Mars is possible, and wonder ‘are we alone in the universe?’ We might even blast off in our own spaceship!
This week is now full. Time travel this week with us as we venture back to pioneer days! Learn all about how to cook, dress, build, and farm the pioneer way! Each day we’ll explore what life was like for the early settlers of Grey County learning pioneer skills from costumed interpreters. By the end of the week we’ll be professional pioneers!
Grey Roots KidsCamp Information
KidsCamp Participants: Ages 5 to 10
Hours: Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with drop off between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m., and pick up between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. at no additional charge. Early drop off at 8 a.m. is available at an added cost of $2. Extended care is not available beyond 5 p.m.
Cost of KidsCamp: Per Week: One Participant $125/child; Museum Members $110/child.
HOW TO REGISTER
All weeks are now full.
1. Read the Grey Roots KidsCamp Parents’ Handbook
2. Please complete the Registration Form
3. Submit your completed registration form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 519-376-4654 Attn: KidsCamp
4. Grey Roots will contact you to complete the registration process.
If your child requires medication or has allergies, please fill out the Allergies & Medication Form.
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
I wanted to thank the staff of Grey Roots Day Camp for the great experience that they gave my daughter this summer. Jada loved the crafts, fun activities, and learning about the rain forest, Kings and Queens, and about pioneer life.
The staff were friendly, helpful, and energetic. The camp was well organized and the communication was perfect.
Jada said “ I like making the rain maker and growing my bean”. She has not stopped taking about the camp fire. She also said that she liked “playing with friends” and "being with Stacey”.
Thanks again. See you March Break & next summer!