It is time for the kids to enjoy Summer Camps in Thorold.
What is ooey gooey fun in Thorold?
Sign up for week one in the TCAG Summer Camp, July 4-7, and kids will discover the theme is Ooey Gooey Fun. Imagine a spectacular experiment with elephant toothpaste. Slime and tornadoes in a jar are just behind the scenes as the kids will look into the science of camp! During this week we will make a mess, try new things and have a blast! Mad Science will be the Wednesday Trip in week one.
Fun-filled activities will be the focus of the 9-week program presented by the Thorold Community Activities Group. Each themed week will feature a Wednesday Trip such as the Mad Science adventure in week one.
- Week 1: July 4 -7, Theme: Ooey Gooey Fun
- Week 2: July 10- 14, Theme: Sailors and Mermaids
- Week 3: July 17- 21, Theme: Niagara Explorers
- Week 4: July 24- 28, Theme: Sports Extravaganza
- Click here to view details on all nine themed weeks of Summer Camps
Check out thoroldgroup.org for the full list of nine themed weeks as well as the TCAG Specialty Summer Camps.
Regular camp hours run 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Extended care is available at no extra fee for added value.
Phone 905-227-0545 or visit the TCAG, 131 Richmond St. to obtain more information. Register online www.thoroldgroup.org/register.
TCAG is happy to offer camp for children ages 5 – 10. Cost: Week $145 for Members; $165 for Non-Members or $37 Daily Specialty Camp Cost: $165 for Members; $185 for Non-Members
The Thorold Community Activities Group T.C.A.G. is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all Thorold and area residents by coordinating and delivering high quality recreational, cultural, child care, and educational programs and community services through committed volunteers and staff serving their community with pride. The T.C.A.G. was founded in October 1981 and the Group has grown in many ways ever since. The scope of this growth range from the number and types of activities offered, the number of individuals participating in the programs, and the events held within the City of Thorold for community residents. The motto has continued to be “People serving in, for, and with their community,” and thanks to the help and hard work of staff and our many volunteers, the Group has been able to continue providing services to the residents of Thorold. THE TCAG would like to thank all of their Volunteers for their hard work and dedication in 2015! Volunteers are responsible for counting, sorting, selling and managing bingo cards. Experience working Bingos is an asset but not required. Program Volunteer Assist program instructors with the program direction and implementation.