Children and Youth Summer Camps & Activities 2010

It’s still Winter now, but there are some activities and events to consider for the upcoming future. Here’s a great guide from Westcoast Family Information and Referral (604.709.5699).

General Websites with Links

Baby Zone

B.C. Parent online magazine

B.C. Passport

Vancouver Public Library website for short programs for all ages

YMCA Summer Camps (604) 939-9622  (Can subsidize low income family)

Camp Phoenix (778-998-9809)(Can subsidize low income family)

Camps by Community

Britannia Centre (604) 718-5800 – summer information will be posted by the end of May

Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver (604) 257-5111

Kerrisdale Community Centre (604) 257-8100

Killarney Community Centre (604) 718-8200

Kitsilano Community Centre (604) 257-6976

Trout Lake Community Centre (604) 257-6955

Vancouver College Summer Camp (604) 261-4285

Arts Based Camps

Arts Umbrella (604) 681-5268

Eagle Arts Academy (250) 743-7144 ext. 258

Monarch Music and Dance Camp (604) 723-8151

Tom Lee Music School of Rock (604) 688-8929

ESL Camps for Children

Vancouver Formosa Academy

YMCA International College ESL Camp (604) 899-4161

Sports Camps

Basketball B.C. (604) 269-0221 or (604) 253-5295

B.C. Athletics: Run Jump Throw Camp (604) 737-3170

West Coast Hockey School (604) 882-1611 ext. 704

The camp and activities list provided is meant to be used as a guide.  Westcoast Information and Referral have no affiliations with these organizations.  The list DOES NOT constitute a recommendation.  It is the parent’s responsibility to choose, assess and monitor their child care arrangement.


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