Camp sites

With the school year wrapped up, summer day camps for youth are being scheduled in North Island communities.

With the school year wrapped up, summer day camps for youth are being scheduled in North Island communities.

 

 

 

Port Alice

The Port Alice Community Centre is taking registration for a pair of summer camps featuring crafts, games, sports, outdoor activities and more. Its camp for school-age children will run from 9 a.m-3:30 p.m. July 14-18. Cost is $75 for the week and includes a snack (children are asked to provide their own bagged lunch).

The Port Alice Junior Camp, for pre-school children, is split over two time periods, with sessions on July 8 and 10 and again on July 22 and 24. Cost is $15 each day, with sessions running from 2-4:30 p.m.

To sign up or for more info, call the Community Centre at 250-284-3912.

 

 

 

Port McNeill

North Island Community Services Society will host a series of four, weeklong summer camps starting July 7 and running through the month at the Old School. Each session includes a morning group for children age 5-8, from 9:30 a.m.-noon Mon-Fri., and afternoon sessions for children 9-12 from 1-3:30 p.m.

Cost is $35 per child per week. Registration and info is available at the NICSS office in the old school or by calling 250-956-3134.

 

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