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SUMMER DAY CAMPS 2003

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SUMMER DAY CAMPS 2003
at the Canada Agriculture Museum

Where Knowledge Grows !


Fifty dairy cows can't be wrong!
The Canada Agriculture Museum is a friendly place to be.


Come join our knowledgeable staff this summer for four unique and enriching day camp experiences.

Our team is composed of mature, experienced counsellors with backgrounds in education, natural sciences, agriculture, and early childhood education.

Counsellor to child ratio is a minimum of 1:8 in all camps.
Daily snack and juice. Free parking.

Kinder Farm Camp
For ages 4 and 5 (half days)
In a working farm setting, children will see all those farm animals they've only heard about in nursery rhymes and stories. Through music, crafts, co-operative games, a horse-drawn wagon ride and ice cream-making, kindercampers explore every nook and cranny of the Museum's barns, exhibits, and gardens.


Fun at the Farm Camp
For ages 6 to 8
Kids will discover what makes farming fun. They'll learn what it means to care for animals as they "adopt" a cow for the week. From their own garden, they will harvest ingredients for their snack. Nature studies, crafts, games, and more will fill your kids' days with fresh air and fun.


City Farm Camp
For ages 9 to 11

There's a bit of Mother Hen in us all. This is especially true of City Farm campers who will incubate eggs, mind the newly hatched chicks and care for the chickens. But that's not all ! They will feed the sheep, tend their own garden, and grind wheat for bread making. On the lighter side, campers will make ice cream and crafts and play water games.


Junior Farmer Camp
For ages 12 to 14
Perfect for farmers at heart who live in the city. Here's a chance for youths to take part in a real, working farm! They will adopt, feed and groom a calf, muck out the stalls, and learn about farm tractors and haying in this educational camp.


Registration
Registration starts February 17, 2003.
For information and to register, call (613) 991-3053.


Schedule
(9 a.m. to 4 p.m. unless otherwise indicated; includes July 1 and August 4)

KINDER FARM CAMP - HALF DAYS
9 a.m. to 12 noon or 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

July 14-18
July 21-25
July 28-August 1
August 11-15
August 18-22
CITY FARM CAMP
June 30-July 4
July 7-11
July 14-18
July 21-25
July 28-August 1
August 4-8
August 11-15
August 18-22
August 25-29

FUN AT THE FARM CAMP
June 30-July 4
July 7-11
July 14-18
July 21-25
July 28-August 1
August 4-8
August 11-15
August 18-22
August 25-29
JUNIOR FARMER CAMP
(excludes weekends)
June 30-July 11
July 14-25
July 28-August 8
August 11-22
August 25-29 (one week camp)

Day Care
Available for most camps.
It must be pre-booked.

8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and/or 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Prices
(Taxes are included)

Kinder Farm Camp: $77.50 (members: $72.50)

Fun at the Farm Camp: $155 (members: $145)

City Farm Camp: $155 (members: $145)

Junior Farmer Camp:
$310 for two-week camps (members: $290);
$155 for one-week camp August 25-29 (members: $145)

Day Care MUST BE PRE-BOOKED.
$15 per week for 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
$15 per week for 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Canada Agriculture Museum
Prince of Wales Drive and NCC Scenic Driveway.
Free parking lot entrance off Prince of Wales Drive south of the traffic circle.

We reserve the right to cancel a camp due to insufficient registration.

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© 2003 Canada Agriculture Museum
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