Burlington Summer Camp Registration

Burlington Summer Camp registration opens October 1, 2017. Parents can register at 2017 prices until the end of December 2017. Please note we are working hard to find a suitable location for a bilingual camp to be offered within the Oakville – North Burlington constituency and will launch registration for this location December 1, 2017 if we are successful. In the meantime registration is open for the english location at East Plains United Church as per below. We thank you for your support and belief in ensuring the future of our young through the power of active learning.

Location (English): East Plains United Church; 375 Plains Rd E, Burlington, ON L7T 2C7Burlington Summer Camp

July 3 to July 6, 2018: (Fact or Fiction)

July 9 to July 13, 2018: (Star Trek)

July 16 to July 20, 2018: (Medieval Times)

July 23 to July 27, 2018: (Wonders of The World)

July 30 to August 3, 2018: (Fact or Fiction)

August 7 to August 10, 2018: (Star Trek)

August 13 to August 17, 2018: (Medieval Times)

August 20 to August 24, 2018: (Wonders of The World)

Special Guests: Will be announced on the themes and activities page when they are confirmed.

Ages: 5 through 13

Drop-off: Between 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Early drop off is at 8:00 a.m. ($5/day)

Pick-up: Between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Late pick-up is at 5:00 p.m.  ($5/day)

Drop-off and Pick-up Location: will be announced May 1, 2018.

Cost: $255/week*

What does a repeated theme mean?

When you see a theme repeated at Burlington Summer Camp, such as Fact or Fiction July 3 to 6 AND July 30 to August 3, please note this is a REPEATED week. In other words the activities are exactly the same in each week. STEM Camp recommends that parents do not enrol for the same theme twice as a result.

Ontario Government’s Minimum Wage Increase

*Please note the announcement of the Ontario Government to increase Ontario’s minimum wage from $11.40/hr to $14.00/hr in January 2018 will significantly affect summer camps. This substantial wage increase will result in a corresponding increase in camp registration fees across the industry – especially for not for profit organizations such as STEM Camp.