Registration for the Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre’s Imagination Park Summer Camps for children and youth ages kindergarten to 12-years-old which will run 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday from June 29 until August 27 has opened as of Tuesday, June 23. (Observer file photo)

Registration for Imagination Park Summer Camps open

The summer camp for kids ages kindergarten to 12-years-old will run from June 29 to August 27.

The Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre’s Imagination Park Summer Camp is all set to start keeping kids entertained all summer long.

The summer camp for children and youth ages kindergarten to 12-years-old will run 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday from June 29 until August 27.

This year Imagination Park is putting on eight theme weeks which include Harry Potter, Survivor, National Treasure, CSI Junior, Little Passports, Shark Week, Secret Life of Pets, and the Best of the Best.

In addition to Imagination Park, special themed activity days will take place on some Fridays throughout the summer. These special activity days include indoor and outdoor activities suitable for all children. The first themed single day event will be Kids Carnival taking place on Friday 17, followed by Escape the day on July 24, Alice and Wonderland Un-Birthday Party on July 31, Amazing Race on August 7, Gameshow Madness on August 14 and Movin’ with Science on August 21.

A release form the City of Quesnel states that the Imagination Park programming has changed slightly from the original activity guide that was released in March in order to accommodate COVID-19 safety protocols so those who have already signed up for the summer camp or specific activities should review event details. The release also notes that pre-care will only be available from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. am while post-care will not be available this year.

The cost for one individual to attend the full summer camp is $922.75 for residents and $1,154.05 for non-residents, while a single week of camp costs residents $107.50 and non-residents $134.50, unlimited pre-care is available as an additional option at a cost of $77.50. The themed activity events held on Fridays cost residents $32 while non-residents pay $40.

Registration for Imagination Park Summer Camp has opened as of Tuesday, June 23 and those interested in signing up may do so by calling the Arts and Recreation Centre at 250-992-8200 or online at www.quesnel.ca/arts-recreation/programs-activities.

READ MORE: Dr. Bonnie Henry announces official ban on overnight kids’ camps this summer



sasha.sefter@quesnelobserver.com

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