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2018 Spring Break Camps & Programs in Calgary


It might feel like we’ve got a long winter ahead, but ready or not, spring break is coming up fast. If you’re thinking about getting your kids into a March Break program, now is the time to start planning. Here are some great full-day and partial-day options to help keep everyone busy.

Tumble, Bounce and get your ‘Gymnastics-on’

Burn some Energy at Kyle Shewfelt Gymnastics’ where your 4-12-year-olds can participate in a full line up of gymnastics, trampoline time, crafts, games, and dance parties.

There are plenty of care options available between March 26th – 29th including full days, half days, and even single days (single day availability is limited).

Tip: Special early bird pricing is available until February 28. 

Experiment the Week Away

TELUS Spark is a wonderful facility inspiring all things ‘science’. With fun camp names like ‘This is Risky’, ‘Kitchen Scientists’ or ‘Cool Chemistry’ (to name a few) your kids are sure to feel inspired by the fascinating hands-on activities and experiments they’ll get to try.

In addition, campers also receive supervised gallery exploration time and admission to a Dome Theatre show.

There are 4-Day (March 26 – 29) and 5-Day (April 2 – 6) options available to accommodate both the Calgary Board of Education calendar break as well as the Calgary Catholic School District calendar break.

Tip: If you are a Gold or Ignite Member, you can receive 10% off your camp fees.

Calling all Junior Zoo-Keepers

The Calgary Zoo is offering spring break camps for children in grades 1 through 6.

Their programming line up includes natural world themed activities, games, crafts, interpretive programs and animal visits – including a Zookeeper Animal Experience.  (**Note: we aren’t sure which animals are involved in these experiences.) 

Two camp sessions are being offered to accommodate both the public and Catholic school board calendars and a 10% discount is available for Engage and Inspire members.

We love the add-on option of 7:30am start in their before care program (after care is also available). We also love that new camp programs are offered each session.

Tip: Take a lunch-making break and add the ‘Lunch Option’ to your program experience.

Sport Camps – Get Coached!

Sportball is a high-energy program that includes fun and exciting games along with skill-based sports play.  This is a perfect program for active kids, ages 3-9 years, or kids who are easily bored.

Preschoolers learn sports-skills appropriate for their developmental ability, while school-aged kids are offered a program that encourages natural athleticism. Coaches always work to keep the mood fun, supportive and non-competitive.

Sportball is offering partial-day March break camps throughout the city.

Tip: If you aren’t sure about the program, or just want to learn more, you can register your child for a FREE trial class through their website.

Explore your Creativity with Painting and Crafts

Your budding artists will love the Maker’s Camps at Pinnovate.

Children (ages 7 and up) will be taught painting and crafting techniques while being guided by one of the studio’s resident artists.  A unique, and personalized, DIY art project will brought home each camp day.

The Pinnovate camps are partial-days and run from 10am-1pm.  Choose from two different sessions, depending on which school calendar you follow.

Lunch is included in the camp fees and includes two studio-hosted pizza lunches and two walking lunch field trips.


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