Thursday, Feb. 16, 2016 (Halifax, NS) – Municipal Parks and Recreation is offering several day camp opportunities tomorrow (Friday) for children who would normally be in school.
In response to the one-day strike tomorrow by public school teachers, municipal recreation staff is providing fun activities (games, crafts, and outdoor play) for children across the region between the ages of 5 and 12.
All-day programming will begin at 8 a.m., and will conclude at 5 p.m. There will be a $25 registration fee per child, and openings will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis (space is limited).
Programming will be offered at the following locations:
|Recreation Centre||Telephone #|
|St. Andrew’s Community Centre||902-490-4693|
|Chocolate Lake Community Centre||902-490-4607|
|Gordon R. Snow Community Centre||902-860-4570|
|Bedford Hammonds Plains Community Centre||902-490-4238|
|Captain William Spry Centre||902-477-7665|
|Needham Community Centre||902-490-4633|
|Cole Harbour Recreation at Graham Creighton Jr. High||902-490-4711|
|Findlay Community Centre||902-490-4728|
|Musquodoboit Hrbr. at Eastern Shore Community Centre||902-889-4050|
Registration can be done via phone, internet (through RecConnect), or in person at each facility.
Parents are asked to ensure their children come with nut-free snacks and lunch, water, winter gear (to play outside), and indoor footwear.