First things first (no matter how exciting the news is!): Parent Handbook and Camp Forms Available Here
And now here is the cause for celebration (and a little sad goodbye to an old friend) …
Now many of you might wonder why the demolition of our beloved picnic shelter should cause such excitement … well if you’ve been following our progress on the Children’s Teaching Kitchen it means this:
First things first: Parent Handbook and Camp Forms can be found here
Now back to the business at hand …
Just in case you’ve had a chance to look at the weather of late you might have noticed the temperature rising significantly towards the end of the week.
Never fear … we’ve got it covered! Our Counselors will make sure campers stick to the shade, take frequent breaks, drink plenty of water, wear their hats and play lots of water games. If campers really start to feel the heat there are air-conditioned office and boardroom spaces where they can take a break and cool off.
One of the best things about being in High Park or down at the Music Garden is the breeze off the lake and the trees for shade. The trees and the lake breeze also keep the air fresher during smog alerts.
Some suggestions for what to pack on Wed. and Thurs. – keep everything as light as possible, don’t forget the water bottle, light coloured loose clothing helps and pack extra fruit for snacks and lunch (much better than sports drinks!).
Please feel free to give us a shout if you have any questions … 416-338-5055 or 416-392-1329.