March Break & Summer Camps
For the 2015-16 Season, Baobab will offer our usual classes and programming for youth and children: ROOTS classes for ages 7-12 and the performance-based Baobab Youth Performers for ages 12-18. We also have a summer day camp for ages 7-12 that includes volunteer opportunities for older youth. For this anniversary year we will also offer a few adult workshops.
BHMS is a not-for-profit, independent school which was established in 1983, employs 45 staff and over 200 students. BHMS is one of only three CCMA (What is the CCMA?) accredited Montessori schools in the Ottawa area. Bishop Hamilton Montessori School, a not-for-profit school, provides a Christian Montessori approach since 1983 with programs for children 3 months to 14 years.
Bishop Hamilton Montessori School admits students of any race, colour, religion, gender and national or ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, national or ethnic origin in the administration of employment or admissions programs or policies. Hours: 7.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Office hours: 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
411 Dovercourt Ave. , Ottawa, Ontario, K2A 0S9
Dovercourt Recreation Association (DRA) is a not for profit charitable organization (Registered Charity No. 11944 4263 RR0001) dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community through recreation programs. In 1983, the City of Ottawa began work on the planning of a new community centre to replace the Westboro Community Centre. DRA was actively involved in the process, and when the new centre opened in 1987, Dovercourt was given the responsibility of managing the new centre through a service agreement. While we are part of the City of Ottawa’s recreation system, DRA is empowered to choose what programs it runs to meet the community’s needs, and how those programs are delivered. Our motto is “A Community Working For the Community, Une communauté qui travaille pour la communauté”. Staff, volunteers, clients, local community groups and businesses working together…that’s Dovercourt!
Dovercourt Recreation Association is Eastern Ontario’s only High Five Accredited organization, providing the highest standard of recreation programming for children in Ottawa. Children will find High Five certified leaders in every Aquatic, Recreation, Camp and After-School program.
For our hours of operation, location etc, see the Contact Us page.
Kanata GymnoSphere – Kanata Gymnastics Club opens it’s doors to the public on June 15, 2015. Gymnastics is more than a sport
HOURS OF OPERATION
Summer: 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Fall, Winter, Spring: 8:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 10:30 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 1 pm – 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 12:30 pm
430 Unit 7 Hazeldean Road, Ottawa Ontario, K2L 1T9
A visual arts museum of international stature in Ottawa. Lists exhibitions, collections of art from the Middle Ages to contemporary art and a variety of resources, summer camps, Family Sundays and more.
Ottawa Little Theatre is Canada’s oldest community playhouse, celebrating more than 100 years of tradition. We specialize in classical repertory theatre.
March Break & Summer Camps at Ottawa Little Theatre
Experience the joy of creating theatre. Discover how a play tells a story. Imagine and create characters. Explore how movement and voice can transform you into some one else. Strengthen self-confidence and build teamwork skills. Perform on the main stage at Ottawa Little Theatre for family and friends – with costumes, set pieces, lighting and sound effects. All camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a Friday afternoon performance from 4-6 p.m. Before and after care is available from 8-9 a.m. and from 4-5 p.m. for an additional fee.
400 King Edward Ave., Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 7M7
Our summer hockey camp lineup features something for male & female players of all ages and abilities. Whether your son or daughter wants to hone advanced-level skills in our Elite Camp Player Camp, develop game-changing skills in our Complete Player Development Camp, or work on the fundamental skills needed to play our great game in the Intro 2 Hockey camp, we’re proud to offer a camp that will help him or her enjoy hockey more than ever.
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Real Programming 4 Kids provides a rich and challenging learning environment for all skill levels, with all the fun of video games. We have taught computer programming to thousands of Ontario kids and teens since 2000.
Creating and programming a video game offers the most complete application of math, physics, creativity, problem solving, and communication skills. Without math, video games wouldn’t exist. All of our courses apply math from 2D coordinate grids and negative numbers right up to 3D vectors, and trigonometry.
Imagine your child learning University level Computer Programming while still a kid! RP4K has a long track record of helping kids prepare for and achieve amazing results in their Post-Secondary computer science programs. This creates the possibility for an exciting career in the fast growing video game design industry.
Real Programming 4 Kids teaches kids and teens how to use real game industry-standard computer programming software just like the pros. Your child can learn real programming languages like Visual Basic, Java, C# and C++.
Kids learn best in our focused classes with a maximum of just 4 students per instructor!
Read our testimonials, we guarantee your satisfaction. If you aren’t satisfied after your child attends the first two classes of an RP4K course, you can withdraw them from our program before the third class and receive a 100% refund for the course!
Your 7 to 17 year-old kids can start learning the fundamentals of computer science, and reveal the secrets of video game design today. No prior programming experience needed to begin.
It all starts when you call to schedule a free, no obligation assessment class in Toronto, Ottawa, Oshawa, London, Waterloo, Etobicoke, Richmond Hill or Oakville.
Since 1948 Rideau Hill Camp has offered a fun-filled camping experience in a Christian-based environment.
A volunteer Camp Council administers Rideau Hill Camp. The property is in trust to the Seaway Valley Presbytery of the United Church of Canada. Campers from all denominations are welcome to attend. Although there is a Chaplain on the premises, there are no church services held during camp. Vespers and Discovery Time, are the standard.
Our camp is located at 3560 Rideau River Rd. RR 5, Kemptville, Ontario. The 18-acre site includes wooded areas with trails, grassy fields and river frontage.
The purpose of Rideau Hill Camp is character enrichment through living, sharing, and developing within a Christian based environment. Our carefully chosen staff includes registered nurses, chaplains, a canoe instructor, qualified lifeguards, and a cook. Nutritious meals and snacks are served in the dining hall with provisions for our vegetarian campers.
Five to ten campers age 6 – 16 stay in spacious cabins with an activity leader and one other staff. Parent & Tots/Family Campers share cabins with their family or their friends. Our daily staff to camper ratio while not in cabins is between 1:2 and 1:5 depending on age.Some of our facilities include a recreation hall, dining hall, swimming pool, beach volleyball court, and trails throughout our managed forest to name just a few. Campers enjoy activities such as arts & crafts, track & trail, discovery time, vespers, canoeing on the Rideau River and swimming in the pool as well as archery and other organized games that keep bringing our campers and a good number of staff members back year after year.