Looking for something fun for your kids over the March break that doesn’t involve video games and devices? Registration is now open for the City’s March break camps. Check out the eGuide.
Range of activities
The camps offer a wide variety of activities, in both languages, for children between the ages of 4 and 14. All courses are run by certified instructors who will lead your children through fun, educational and entertaining activities on themes like:
- Visual arts
- Science and technology
For kids who love physical activity, you’ll find sports camps that take them in the pool, on the ice and on the basketball court. Remember, swim camps are very popular and fill up first, so register soon!
New offerings for 2020
This year, we’re offering a bunch of new camps at the Nepean Creative Arts Centre, including:
- The art of puppetry
- Bollywood dance
- Circus arts
You’ll also find single-day camps at South Fallingbrook Community Centre. And for older children, we’re offering certification programs for babysitting and the National Lifeguard Society. Check out the eGuide for any prerequisites.
It’s super easy to register. Just sit down with your child and explore the eGuide for any activities that sparks their passion. Then follow these simple steps:
- Go to ottawa.ca/recreation and click on the March break link.
- Click the relevant barcode – it will take you to Join.ottawa.ca and the course page, with detail about the number of spaces available, fees and dates.
- Add the class to your cart and then proceed through the check out. We’ll email you your receipt.
You can also register in person at any of our facilities.
The City offers many programs in French and we want to hear from you about new programming ideas to make sure we’re meeting your needs. If you have suggestions or comments, contact us by phone (613-316-0630) or by email (email@example.com).
We also have programs for children with developmental disabilities and you can find a list through the eGuide of inclusive programs at camps in the centre, east, south and west of the city. We also have a centrally located camp for adults with developmental disabilities. Contact the Inclusive Recreation Coordinator in your area to learn more.