CPF Ontario-Sponsored French Camps
These camps are following the policy and procedures set out by our organization which include the following requirements:
– The camps must hire qualified bilingual staff and must use bilingual volunteers.
– All camp staff and volunteers over the age of 18 must have a Vulnerable Sector Check.
– Both a Level C CPR course and a Standard Level First Aid course are required for at least one staff member at the camps depending on the number of campers.
– Our campers are covered by our third-party liability insurance policy.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1-800-667-0594 x 1 if you have any questions.
Dates: August 14-18
Grades: SK – Grade 8
Location: Mohawk Park Pavilion, Brantford
Description: Arts and crafts, games, outdoor play including a splash pad. Camp t-shirt, guest speakers, themed daily snack and a field trip!
Fee: $150 for CPF members; $175 for non members.
Dates: August 14-18
Location: P&H Centre – Lions Den, 269 7th Ave., Hanover
Description: Crafts, outdoor play and activities, reading, cooking, drama, and more!
Fee: Resident CPF members – $135.96; non-resident CPF members – $160.96
Contact: Alanda Lantz at email@example.com
Dates: August 8-11
Grades: 1 to 5
Location: Elgin Market Public School, 305 Queen St. S., Kincardine
Contact: Erica Everingham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trillium South French Summer Camp
Dates: July 24-28, July 31-August 4, August 8-11
Grades: Grade 1 – Grade 8
Contact: Carly Dodgson at email@example.com
French 4 Tots Summer Camp
Dates: July 10-August 11
Ages: SK – Grade
Description: Arts and crafts, sports, trips, swimming.
Fee: $245 (for CPF members)
French Visual Arts Camp
Dates: July 4-7, July 10-14; July 17-21
Location: Holy Rosary Catholic School, Toronto
Click HERE for the CPF Summer camp Listing 2017
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French Street is a unique online collection of French resources designed to support teachers, students and parents. This one-of-a-kind database provides French activities, camps, programs and more that will enhance the French Second Language (FSL) experience in the classroom and in the community. French Street is another milestone in CPF’s efforts to build awareness and understanding of Francophone culture through active participation in community activities all around us. It was developed and is maintained by Canadian Parents for French (Ontario).