Sonart Camp at the Canadian Museum of History
In partnership with the Canadian Museum of History, Sonart presents a camp during March Break and a summer camp under the theme of explorers!
For explorers, this is a vast playground to discover! The enormous green spaces of the Museum and Jacques Cartier Park, the CINÉ + theater, the Museum’s fascinating exhibitions and the Children’s Museum will be explored during discovery workshops where creativity, imagination and adventure will be at the heart of the museum. honor!
History, archeology, travels, discoveries and cultures and even more themes will be addressed! Your child will be immersed in a captivating world where he will learn and increase his curiosity and knowledge while having fun!
The Museum’s location is ideal, close to downtown bridges and easily accessible by public transit. Every day you drop off your child at the Museum will be a day full of discoveries. It’s an adventure not to be missed!
DATES AND FEES
As the Canadian Museum of History remains closed until further notice, and there is no date scheduled for reopening as of yet, Sonart has decided to move its Explorer Camp to the College Saint-Alexandre.
|July 6th to 10th, 2020||$275 / week|
|July 13th to 17th, 2020||$275 / week|
|July 23rd to 24th, 2020||$275 / week|
|July 27th to 31st, 2020||$275 / week|
MUST BE PRE-BOOKED
MORNING : 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. • $25 PER WEEK PER CHILD
AFTERNOON : 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. • $25 PER WEEK PER CHILD
No refund after June 15.
I authorize the staff members of Sonart inc. to provide my child with the necessary health care. I also authorize Sonart inc. to transport my child by ambulance or otherwise (at my expense) and to have him admitted to a health facility. In case of emergency, if it is impossible to reach us (parents / guardians and emergency contact persons), I authorize the doctor to provide all the care required by his condition.
** When a camp staff member must intervene to provide care for a child, the latter uses personal protective equipment: gloves, visor and mask.
If your child has one of the main symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been in contact with someone who has COIVD, we ask that you keep the child at home as well as other family members. There will be no refund for unused camp days.
The main symptoms of COVID 19 are:
- Fever (in children: 38 ° C (100.4 ° F) and above (rectal temperature))
- Onset or worsening of a cough;
- Breathing difficulties;
- Sudden loss of smell without nasal congestion, with or without loss of taste.
In the event that a camper presents these symptoms to the day camp, the latter will be immediately returned to the house and the cleaning protocol initiated immediately.
Health measures taken in front of COVID:
- Smaller ratio
- Several hand cleaning stations
- Cleaning frequently touched surfaces
- Adaptation of activities to allow social distancing
* A guide to the procedures for the arrival and departure of the camp will be communicated to the parents in the precamp email as well as the details of the camp.
The camp is open to children 5 to 12 years old.
Camp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Child care (non-included in registration fee) is available from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Campers will have one activity with the museum’s counsellor per day, sports activities and cultural activities. Activities will be held inside the museum and outside if the weather permits
All camp activities are held on the grounds of the Museum. There is no swimming.
All Sonart camps are bilingual (English and French).
The Sonart day camp does not provide food. Campers are asked to bring their lunch, plus a morning and afternoon snack.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO CLEARLY IDENTIFY ALL OF YOUR CHILD’S ITEMS.
A non-microwavable lunch( please beware of allergies : PEANUTS AND NUTS ARE FORBIDDEN)
Two snacks( please beware of allergies : PEANUTS AND NUTS ARE FORBIDDEN)
Snowsuit ( snowpants, hat, gloves, etc).
Sportswear and running shoes
Please ensure that all of your child’s items are placed in an identified backpack before you arrive at the camp.
*It is FORBIDDEN to bring electronic devices or other valuable objects during child care services as well as during the camp.
”My kids loved the camp, especially visiting the museum. Guideon and Dejambé were their favorite counselors, they were both great with the kids.”
“Friends they met at camp. The museum + activity portion of the day.”
“He liked everything and wants to go back next year.”
“My daughter loves this camp, it is the only one she does year over year!”
“Very well run and staff were excellent. Keep it up!!!!”
Very satisfied. The counselors were enthusiastic and on the ball. My kids want to be back!
The counselors and leaders were very engaged and friendly. They seemed really great. The camp was well organized!