YMCA of Niagara March Break camps have been cancelled to support the COVID-19 prevention measures.

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Keep your kids active and happy this March Break while helping them grow and learn!

YMCA March Break Day Camps offer kids ages 5-12 fun-filled days of activities like swimming, arts and crafts, sports, and games. Watch their confidence grow as they make new friends, have fun and develop lifelong skills.

• YMCA Day Camp will be offered March 16 to 20, 2020.
• Registration will open online on Monday January 20, 2020 at 8am at ymcadaycamp.ca.
• Camp will be offered for 5 to 12 year olds in St.Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Fort Erie, Port Colborne and West Niagara.
• Helping Hands intake will open on February 3, 2020 at 9am by emailing [email protected].

Please direct any further questions to the Day Camp office at (905) 934-9755 ext 280 or [email protected].

March Break Camp Descriptions

While each YMCA camp unique in its own way, all our camps will include active games, songs, circle games, creative activities and much more to provide opportunities for campers to learn new skills and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Crayola ® Camp: (Ages 7-12) Wild World – Alongside our friends from Mad Science Niagara, Campers explore the wonder and beauty of the animal kingdom, and discover nature in a way that inspires empathy, curiosity and creativity. They learn about many different animals and how wildlife conservationists are working to protect species around the globe. They experiment with a variety of art techniques, and use Crayola® art materials to create frog paintings, ink-diffusion jellyfish, polar bear sculptures and more.

Jr Variety and Variety Camp (Ages 5-12)- ​A little bit of everything! Campers will experience a variety of activities, including active games, creative activities, daily special events and much more!

Jr Winter Sports and Winter Sports Camp (Ages 5-12)- Campers will stay active in both indoor and outdoor non traditional sporting activities that emphasizes fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship. Campers will also be learning fundamental skills all while having fun at camp.