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  • Be part of this innovative day camp that encourages exciting connections between art, culture, and ideas! Our one- and two-week camps for children ages 5-13, emphasize self-expression and allow young artists to discover and play while exploring the AGO’s galleries and collections. Campers create amazing art projects with our artist instructors, focusing on both contemporary

  • Now in its 25th academic year, the School has been inspiring creativity since 1993. A unique learning environment, the School provides a warm and inviting space where students can experience high quality visual and performing arts instruction in a relaxed and nurturing environment. A large roster of classes throughout the year, as well as birthday

  • Since 1962, we have created unforgettable summer memories for thousands of children, as one of Toronto’s longest-running, most comprehensive day camps. Bayview Glen offers enriched, balanced and age-appropriate programs, activity electives for our oldest campers and a comprehensive Leader-In-Training program. The camp also offers a rewarding and integrated program for children with special needs. Centrally

  • Since 1979, Harbourfront Centre Camps have fostered an inclusive learning community that encourages long-lasting connections to contemporary arts, culture and ideas. For the 2020 season, we have several new camps: Senior Chess, Stop Motion Animation, Senior Arts: Advanced Drawing, Basketball, Emerging Artists: Arts in the 6ix, and many more! Performing Arts. Visual Arts. Exploratory. Sports.

  • Richmond Hill offers Summer Day Camps to meet the interests, learning styles and developmental needs of children and youth of all ages. Camp categories include: general day camps, adventure, science, specialty arts, sports, ropes course camps and more. These camps are affordable, close to home and/or work and, most of all, they’re fun! Choose from

  • second city

    Just try not to have fun in your Second City Improv class! Gain self-confidence, creativity, empathy and communication skills through fun improv games. You’ll learn improv terminology, scene basics (who, what, where), character development and emotions through the legendary Second City method of improvisation, and taught by Second City alumni and faculty. Keep an eye