Need Somewhere For The Kids Tomorrow?

Hey all fellow science lovers!!

Are you in the Toronto or London area?? Need something for your little one’s to do tomorrow? I’ve tracked down a couple of great options for you, because let’s face it.  Not knowing what to do with your kids for  full day can be very stressful! 


The Ontario Science Centre is offering a special day camp Friday Jan. 11 2013!


The Ontario Science Centre is offering a special day camp tomorrow, Jan. 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children ages 5 to 12 will enjoy a day of exploration and fun visiting exhibitions, participating in special activities and demonstrations and taking in an IMAX® film at the Shoppers Drugmart® OMNIMAX® Theatre.

Gear up for a day of science exploration in a whole new way! Visit multiple exhibits, see an IMAX Film and participate in special activities and demonstrations. You’re sure to find out just how much fun science can be!

The Cost of this special camp is $75, $70 for Science Centre members.

Extended care is available for $10, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

(Hot lunch option available)

To register, visit our website

or call 416-696-3256.




Organized especially for the school closure on January 11th 2013, The London Regional Children’s Museum will be running a Day Camp.  

Pre-registration is required and space is limited. Please call 519-434-5726 to register now!

Members: $28 for the day

Non-Members: $32 for the day

Drop Off: Between 8:30am-9:00am

Pick Up: Between 5:00pm-5:30pm

About the Children’s Museum Day Camps:

Camps are filled with exciting adventures! This non-stop, all day camp encouraging campers to participate in art, culture and science activities that make the day not only fun, but educational too! Camps are designed for children aged 3-12.

As a member of HIGH FIVE, the Children’s Museum is committed to excellence in children’s recreation programs and provides a day camp experience where children are safe, special and empowered.

Campers are asked to dress for the weather and lots of messy fun. Indoor shoes, outdoor clothing and snacks/lunch/drink are required.

Campers should bring a nut-free lunch, a drink and morning and afternoon snack.

The Children’s Museum is committed to providing the best day camp experience for all children and asks you to advise them in advance if your child has any special needs.

Subsidies are available to families in need.

Information for this post was gathered via press releases and websites.  This is in no way an endorsement for the above mentioned camps. 

Hope you all have a fabulous Friday!


  1. How come there isn’t any here in our town/county in Iowa?:-)

    Would have love to get my kiddo in.

  2. nice….we have a science camp here that my kids love going to in the summer…..

  3. Sounds like fun for those who live near and have children that age! 🙂 Not me!

  4. kathy downey says:

    I wish we has a science camp closer to our area,the kids would enjoy it.

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