Saskatchewan Science Centre Day Camps are offered on select school holidays during the school year. We also offer very popular week long summer day camps during July and August.
Campers experience themed activities and experiments, science demonstrations, award-winning exhibits, an IMAX film and ample time to run around and enjoy a Science Centre experience. They’ll also meet new friends and create memories that will stick around for a lifetime.
If your camper is shy, we can register your child with a friend and we will make sure to include them in the same group.
To register your child call us at 306-791-7943 or email email@example.com
Winter & Spring Day Camps 2015
email Peg to reserve your spot now: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call 306-791-7943.
Our 2014 Summer Day Camps are available for children aged 6 to 8 and 9 to 11.
Cost: 5 day camps are $200 for members and $240 for non-members.
4 day camps are $160 for members and $200 for non-members.
Winter Day Camp 2015:
Science In The Winter!
It may be cold outside, but the science in this Day Camp is hot, hot, hot! Explore the science of winter including snow, winter habitats, and cryogenics along with some fun hot experiments and reactions to remind us that it won't always be cold!
There are two age groups for this camp. Children ages 6 to 8 will be placed together and experience one camp. Children ages 9 to 11 will be grouped together in another camp. Both age groups camps share the same theme, but will feature different programming an experiences suited for their age group. Both camps run Tuesday through Friday.
Winter Camps run each day from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Before and after care is automatically included.
Drop Off: 8:30 to 9:00
Pick Up: 4:30 to 5:00
A typical day at one of our winter camps includes several different science activities and experiments scattered throughout the day, time for snacks and recess, exploration on the exhibit floor, a science challenge, and a larger activity that might include an IMAX film, outdoor activities, making liquid nitrogen ice cream, or a guest speaker.
Ages 6 to 8
February 17th to 20th
Ages 9 to 11
February 17th to 20th
Is your child shy? Send them with a friend! Please email Peg to reserve your spot now: email@example.com. You may also call 306-791-7943.
Parent’s Q and A
What happens on the first day?
Science Centre staff will meet you in the front lobby. Our staff will confirm your registration and direct your child to the classroom where the campers meet each morning.
What should my child wear?
Have them dress for the weather and comfortably. Each day outdoor activities are planned except in the event of inclement weather.
What should they bring?
Each day your child should bring a lunch (nut and peanut free) and two snacks (one for the morning and one for afternoon). Plus, if your child has any medication please be sure that they bring it each day (also advise the camp coordinators when you register).
What time can I drop off/pick up my child?
Drop off time is between 8:30 and 9:00 am.
Pick up time is between 4:30 and 5:00 pm.
If for some reason you are going to be late picking up your child please contact the science experience coordinator at 306-791-7925.
Are electronic devices permitted?
We recommend that all electronic devices, including mobile phones, iPods, game consoles, etc. be left at home to avoid loss and/or damage.
What if my child has special needs?
If your child has special needs please let our staff know when registering your child so we can ensure an enjoyable camp experience for all campers. If your child needs extra care we may ask that you provide a care aid to work with your child during the camp.
- Fun science themed activities
- One of our great IMAX films
- Exploration on the exhibit Floor
- Highly-trained camp leaders
Monday 12pm to 5pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9am to Noon
Friday Noon to 6pm
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 12pm to 6pm
2903 Powerhouse Drive,
Regina, SK (Take Wascana Drive east off Broad Street, on the north side of Wascana Lake)
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