Go! East PEI Summer Camps


Morell Consolidated – Upcoming Events – June 25th – 27th


Summer Programs/Opportunities 2018



Atlantic Fitness East in Montague offers a Summer Day Camp for ages 5-12 years. Full and part-time care available. Activities include a variety of outdoor and nature activities, fitness and sports, games, music and arts and crafts. Care is available from 6am – 6pm Monday to Friday. Please call us at 902-838-3047 or email montague for more information


For further information, please contact the office of the PEI Council of People with Disabilities, 892-9149

(extension 221 or 228). Also, please visit their website: www.peicod.pe.ca/programs_summertutoring.php

3 BRICKS 4 KIDZ SUMMER CAMP – Registration Now Open

Bricks 4 Kidz Mash-up

Enjoy the best of Bricks 4 Kidz, in true Montessori fashion. With over 200 unique models to choose from, we will tailor the camp to the interests of the children registered.

Where: Montessori School of Charlottetown

When: July 23 to 27 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost: $225

For students ages 5-12

Register online at www.bricks4kidz.com/344

Questions? Email ajadis

STEAM PEI Summer Camps – Registration Now Open for Students Age 9-14

Building STEAM Camp

Students will spend the week exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math in the state of the art School of Sustainable Design Engineering Building at UPEI. They will work throughout the week on a major project that will be presented to the public at the end of the camp.

Where: UPEI School of Sustainable Design Engineering

When: August 6-10 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost: $225

For students ages 9-14

Register online at http://steampei.com/home/register/steam-registration/

Questions? Email amber

Girls Intro to Engineering Camp

Girls will explore the different disciplines of engineering throughout this week long camp at the state of the art School of Sustainable Design Engineering building at UPEI. They will work through the engineering design process, including creating a prototype and presenting it to parents at the end of the camp. Students will also get to design in 3D using OnShape and 3D print their design.

Where: UPEI School of Sustainable Design Engineering

When: August 20-24 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost: $225

For students ages 9-14

Register online at http://steampei.com/home/register/steam-registration/

Questions? Email amber


The Cornwall Summer Day Camp 2018 will be held from June – September, 2018. For further information or to register for one of their programs, please call 628-6260, ext. 222 or visit their website:



Please visit the Holland College Canes Camp website: www.canescamp@hollandcollege.comor

www.facebook.com/campcanesfor further information on summer camps being offered for 2018 as well

as registration information.

You may also call 902-566-9686.


The Island Gymnastic Academy, located at Holland College Royalty Centre, offers programs for children

of all ages and levels. This summer we are offering 8 weeks of summer camp for boys and girls (school

age and up)!

Full Day Camps ($200/week): July 9-13, July 16-20, July 30-Aug 3, Aug 20-24

Half Day Camps ($100/ ½ day): July 2-6, July 23-27, Aug 6-10, Aug 13-17

Please call the Island Gymnastics Academy at 902-566-3935 or visit www.islandgymnasticsacademy.com

for more information and details on classes and registration.


For further information on the Visual Arts Camps for students, please visit their website:


You may also contact Tamara Steel (Visual Arts Camps) at 902-628-6111 or by email:



Emmanuel Bible Camp, located in Upton, PEI, offers five day co-ed camps for ages 8 and up, which include

a wide range of fun activities like swimming in our new pool, rock wall, archery, pellets, sports and much

more! Our dedicated staff aims to provide awesome, life-changing camp experiences that all will enjoy.

Week-long camps cost just $165! Check us out online at www.emmanuelbiblecamp.com. The contact for

Emmanuel Bible Camp is Kara Poole: phone – 902-361-2222 or email – info@emmanuelbiblecamp.com.


200 Richmond Street Charlottetown


For information about the 2018 Summer Camps at Murphy’s Community Center please call Program Director Kim Grant at 902-629-9955 or kgrant

Space is Limited – Register Early!

10. THE ADVENTURE GROUP – Adventure Camp 2018

Adventure Camp 2018 is offered to youth ages 9-14. The camps are held at 392 St Peters Rd, Charlottetown

Choose Your Own Adventure

July 9 – 13

Adventure Survival

July 23 – 27

Choose Your Own Adventure

July 30 – August 3

Camp Registration fee is $150.00 per week and includes 2 snacks, hot lunch and all activities.

All 3 programs offer our R.O.P.E.S Course, Red Rock Climbing Wall and more! …

Please visit our website adventurecampreg for more information and registration form.

11. CANADIAN RED CROSS – Summer Water Safety Day Camps

Canadian Red Cross is offering a unique day camp program to PEI and provides your child with 1 level of swimming lessons and depending on the age they can participate in either: Outdoor Adventure Club (OAC) – Healthy lifestyle & Nature appreciation or Small Water Craft program – Rowing & Canoeing.

The Water Safety day camps will be held at 14 different locations across PEI throughout the summer. For dates or details on this program and early registration check out our website peidaycamps. If you would like a class or individual presentation (10-15 minutes), please contact Emma MacMillan at emma.macmillan.


Looking for a week jammed packed with fun this summer, then Canoe Cove Christian Camp is the place for

you. Campers will participate in themed weeks, fun games, team challenges, roof raising music and

impacting lessons. Campers will participate in electives daily like canoeing, paddle boarding, archery,

gymnastics, dance, cooking, BMX, ropes course, ball hockey. Campers will be filled with delicious meals,

and warm friendships and memories to last a lifetime. Canoe Cove Christian Camp has excellent caring

staff. We hope you join us this summer at The Cove.

Summer schedule of camps:

Early Registration – $155 – Late Registration – $185

Grades 1 – 3 (July 1 – 3)

Full Week Camps:

Early Registration $240 – Late Registration – $275

Grades 4 – 5 (July 8 – 13)

Grades 8 – 11 (July 15 – 20)

Grades 6 – 7 (July 22 – 27)

Adventure Outdoor Camps:

Early Registration $165 – Late Registration $185

Grades 6 – 7 (July 29 – 31)

Grades 8 – 11 (Aug 1 – 3)

July 4 – 55+ Camp Day – $35

July 5 – Ages 17 – 25 Camp Event – $15

July 7 – Family Day – $30 per family

Registration will open April 4, 2018

Register at http://www.canoecovechristiancamp.org

If you have any questions, please email: canoecovecc


219 Church Street, Summerside: 902-436-5625

Free Camp – Ages 4 – 12

August 6 – 10, 2018

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon


Summerside Baptist Church

To pre-register or for more information, please contact the church office at office@summersidebaptist.com

or 902-436-5625


Register now for CPF-PEI French Camp. Students studying in French will have the opportunity not only to use their French skills but also to explore the French culture.

Camps are held in the Îles-de-la-Madeleine at Center Nautique de l’Istorlet. One week only – July 8-14, 2018 for ages 12-14 for Nautical Camp and also for ages 15-17 for Kayak Camp.

For more information on these two camps, to become a member, and to register go to www.pei.cpf.ca, call 902-368-3703.

Learn and Play “en français” summer camp will be offered at UPEI from Monday to Friday (July 2 to August 24, 2018) for students finishing Kindergarten to Grade 6 French Immersion and French Language programs who want to enjoy the summer having fun and learning in a completely French environment. UPEI has carefully selected their team of language teachers for these camps from the graduates of the B.Ed French Immersion Baccalaureate Program at UPEI. Camp days are specially tailored so that children stay highly motivated while enjoying their summer program. Contact Jonathan Lane, Panther Academy, 902- 566-0627, |jalane or on line at http://www.upei.ca/ar/pantheracademy/schedule


Summer camps at Sylvan offer the best possible combination of fun, creativity, and learning for students in grades 1 through 9! STEM-focused camps in robotics and coding are perfect for students with an interest in engineering and science. Or if getting ready for the next grade is your priority, our academic camps are offered in August.

Robotics Camps (grades 1-6) $150: August 6 – 10, 2018 You will enjoy fun, hands-on projects that include building and programming LEGO® robots. Sessions encourage creativity and imagination while you brainstorm, build, and experiment to answer questions or win friendly competitions

Video Game Design (grades 3-8) $200: July 9 – 27, 2018 and August 13 – 24, 2018 Learn computer programming through fun projects like animating stories and creating video games. Access thousands of backgrounds, props, and sound effects to help bring creations to life while learning problem-solving, planning, and coding skills..

Writing Boot Camp (grades 4-9) and Math Boot Camp (grades 6-9) $150: August 20 – 24, 2018 One of the best ways to get ready for the new school year is to dust off those rusty writing or math skills. Writing students practice the writing process with a variety of entertaining projects while math students work on foundational skills and problem-solving strategies.

Number Ninja Camp (grades 3 -7) $175: July 9 – 27, 2018 and August 6 – 24, 2018 This math-based camp allows you to engage in hands-on activities that align with the PEI math curriculum. You are encouraged to use imagination, creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills to help solve real-world problems.

General tutoring hours for grades K – 12 – reading, math, homework support, writing, French. Please call 902-367-3678 for more information.

Check out our website, www.peilearning.cafor schedules and online registration, or call (902) 367-3678 for more information.


Camp Keir is located in Canoe Cove and offers camping sessions for ages 6 to 17. At Keir, youth are growing inside by playing outside. Campers enjoy lots of unique and extremely fun outdoor activities, delicious meals, tons of “Keir Gear,” and forge long-lasting friendships within a safe, caring environment. Again this year we are offering our Leader-In Training program designed for older youth, which is an asset to any resume. For more information on any of our programs or to read about each camp session, check out our website – wwww.campkeir.ca – or visit us on Facebook.

We are so excited for our 2018 themed camps! Below is our summer schedule:

LIT (Leader-in-Training) – 15+ yrs. (July 8-20) + Potential Volunteer Week

Happily Ever After – 9-11 yrs (July 8-13)

Whopper of a Week – 12-14 yrs. (July 15-20)

Holiday Hoopla – 6-8 yrs. (July 22-25)

When Games to Life – 10-12 yrs. (July 29-Aug.3)

Galaxy – 14-17 yrs (Aug.5-10)

Lions, Tigers & Bears… Oh My! – 7-9 yrs. (Aug.12-16)


Camp Abby offers camps for Children and Youth, ages 5 – 16, July through August. The camp is located at Augustine Cove, PEI – for further information, please contact Krista Wood at 902-836-3310 or visit their website www.campabby.ca.


We’re offering summer day camps for youth in grades 3-6. Camps run Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30

daily. Campers make use of the High ropes course, zip lines, laser tag, the town pool and sporting activities.

Camp fee is $179.99 which includes a FREE Season Membership for the camper!


Camp #1 Grades 3-6 July 2-6
Camp #2 Grades 3-6 July 9-13
Camp #3 Grades 3-6 July 16-20
Camp #4 Grades 3-6 July 23-27
Camp #5 Grades 3-6 July 30 – Aug 3
Camp #6 Grades 3-6 Aug 6-10
Camp #7 Grades 3-6 Aug 13-17

Please visit www.riseandclimb.ca/camps/camps for details or to register.


The Camp is funded by United Way PEI & Rotary Club of Charlottetown name of camp is PEI Wild Child

Forest School Program. For more information on the program please go to



TD Summer Reading Club

Join the PEI Public Library Service at one of our twenty-six libraries across PEI to participate in the TD Summer Reading Club, Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities!

This summer, the TD Summer Reading Club helps kids find and explore their passions, and encourages them to share their delight with others along the way. Through books, programs, and conversations, kids can dive into areas that already fascinate them, dabble in others for new inspiration and discover that their passions have the potential to transform them, their friends and their world.

Be sure to stop by your local library for excellent reading suggestions from our friendly staff, as well as lots of exciting programs and activities. There’s something for everyone, including preschoolers and their families and kids with print disabilities.

For more information, visit library.pe.ca or follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/PEILibrary), Twitter (@PEILibrary) or Instagram (@peilibrary).

Prince County

Alberton Public Library 902-231-2090

Bibliothèque J.-Henri-Blanchard 902-432-2748

Bibliothèque Publique d’Abram Village 902-854-2491

Borden-Carleton Public Library 902-437-6492

Kensington Heritage Library 902-836-3721

O’Leary Public Library 902-859-8788

Summerside Rotary Library 902-436-7323

Tignish Public Library 902-882-7363

Tyne Valley Public Library 902-831-3338

Queens County

Breadalbane Public Library 902-964-2520

Confederation Centre Public Library 902-368-4642

Cornwall Public Library 902-629-8415

Crapaud Public Library 902-658-2297

Hunter River Memorial Library 902-964-2800

Kinkora Public Library 902-887-2172

Stratford Public Library 902-569-7441

Kings County

Georgetown Genevieve Soloman 902-652-2832

Memorial Library

Montague Rotary Library 902-838-2928

Morell Public Library 902-961-3389

Mount Stewart Public Library 902-676-2050

Murray Harbour Public Library 902-962-3875

Murray River Public Library 902-962-2667

St. Peter’s Public Library 902-961-3415

Souris Public Library 902-687-2157


The Centre Goéland will be offering French camps for students, with the option of single day registrations

or overnight stays. Camps will take place July 4-5, July 24-25, August 7-8, and August 20-21 in Cape-

Egmont, PEI (Evangeline Region). Students from K to Grade 6 may choose to participate in a single full day

of outdoor nature and group activities, or to spend the night and enjoy two fun-filled days. Participation at all

levels of French will be accepted. More information on camp theming and costs will be available in June. To

register or for more information, please contact Cassidy Arsenault at campsgoeland


Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. The Game Force

Designer’s Bootcamp program will be offering 2D video games development summer camps throughout

July and August at various locations across the Island.

To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor

Phone: 314-0428 Email:fairving

Summerside Holman Centre July 9th to July 13st 8:30am – 12:30pm
Souris Access PEI July 16th to July 20th 8:30am – 12:30pm
Montague Rural Action Centre July 30st to Aug 3rd 8:30am – 12:30pm
Charlottetown Atlantic Technology Centre Aug 6th to Aug 10th 8:30am – 12:30pm
Alberton Holland College Aug 20st to Aug 24th 8:30am – 12:30pm

Space is limited, so reserve your seat today!

Youth Talent Competition – Northumberland Fisheries Festival

Youth Talent Showcase!
(Sponsored by PEI Mutual Insurance Company)
-July 28, 2018 – 7:00pm-9:00pm
-Northumberland Arena, Murray River, PE
-Open to ages 13-21 (MUST be in this age range as of July 28, 2017) for Dance, Instrumental, or Vocal Talents
– Participant MUST be a permanent resident of PEI
-First Prize – $300, Second Prize $150, Third Prize $75
-First place winner is granted opportunity to take part in provincial finals.
www.PEIAE.ca/YouthTalent for info on the competition and rules
-Please inquire or pre-register by contacting the Festival office at 902-962-3327 or by emailing kjohnston5592

This is a great opportunity for Students to take part in a province-wide circuit of competitions. The only other competition in Kings County is at the Dundas Plowing Match in August, and participants are welcome to take part in both competitions as long as they are not placed first in one of the earlier events.

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thank you!
Katelyn Johnston
Festival Co-ordinator


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