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SUMMER 2020 DAY CAMPS POINTE-CLAIRE Cultural Camps Sports and Recreational Camps* Paddling Camps * 2019 2020

2020 DAY CAMPS POINTE-CLAIRE SUMMARY PROGRAMS. 2 CULTURAL DAY CAMPS. 3 Camp descriptions. 3 Schedules and costs. 6 SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL CAMPS. 10 PROGRAMS – June 23 to August 28* The City of Pointe-Claire offers a wide range of cultural, recreational, sports and paddling camps for children and teens in a safe and stimulating environment. * Week 0: June 23 to 26 (paddling camps only) There are no activities on June 24 and July 1, due to Québec's National Holiday and Canada Day. PARENTS’ HANDBOOK To find out about camp rules (hygiene, safety, behaviour, discipline, snacks, cancellation and change policy), see the Parents’ Handbook online at www.pointe-claire.ca. LEISURE GUIDE See the Leisure Pointe-Claire guide online at www.pointe-claire.ca for information about all of the activities offered by the City throughout the year. ACCESSIBILITY PADDLING CAMPS. 13 MAP – LOCATIONS . 16 If your child has special needs, please contact us so we can look at how to offer him or her a fun, safe and accessible environment. Nut-free environment: Foods containing nuts, peanuts or peanut butter are not permitted. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR MORE INFORMATION Recreation 514-630-1214 recreation@pointe-claire.ca Stewart Hall Cultural Centre 514-630-1220 stewarthall@pointe-claire.ca Nautical Activities 514-630-1256 nautiques@pointe-claire.ca Residents Non-residents Starting Wednesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. Starting Tuesday, April 14, at 9 a.m. MULTI Card required** (available free of charge at the Library, the Aquatic Centre, or City Hall) Client number required (contact the Recreation Department, the Nautical Activities Department or the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre) Carte Go to ludik.pointe-claire.ca Card NOM / NAME BUDD Y NUMÉRO / NUMBER 123-456-78 EXPIRAT 9 ION 2019-12-31 Go to ludik.pointe-claire.ca Payment by Visa, Mastercard or American Express Payment by Visa, Mastercard or American Express ** Make sure all required MULTI cards are valid before registrations begin. Renew them now if they will expire in the next three months. MUNICIPAL NEWSLETTER AND LEISURE NEWS Published by the City of Pointe-Claire www.pointe-claire.ca twitter.com/pointe claire Sign up on the City's website for news and information about upcoming events and registration dates for activities! Visit www.pointe-claire.ca. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTERS!

Cultural Day Camps CAMP DESCRIPTION CULTURAL CAMPS CREATIVE MORNINGS Every morning, children become little creators, discovering different art forms through playful workshops combining visual arts, creative dance, theatre and music. Workshop themes change every week, making it even more fun. Age: 3 1/2 to 5* Weeks 5, 6 and 7 Stewart Hall Cultural Centre *Children must be able to go to the bathroom on their own. CULTURAL DAY DAMP Visual arts, dance, music and theatre: this camp offers a range of cultural activities, both indoors and out. Kids discover various forms of creative expression through lively workshops. They're sure to have fun with our talented team of workshop leaders, who are all specialists in their field! Age: 6 to 12** Weeks 1 to 8 Maximum 10 children per group. Children are divided by age group. Stewart Hall Cultural Centre ** Your child must be 6 years old by September 30 or have finished kindergarten. CULINARY ARTS APPRENTICE COOKS CAMP Children learn how to make healthy and delicious food for the whole family. From healthy snacks to comfort food, they develop useful culinary skills that give them confidence and independence in the kitchen. Environmental awareness is encouraged. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 1 and 8 Lunch is included; bring a nut-free snack. Stewart Hall Cultural Centre All food allergies must be reported to the Cultural Centre at least four weeks before camp begins. CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 3

PERFORMING ARTS CIRCUS CAMP It’s time to get moving with Circus Camp! Object manipulation, balance, gymnastics and clowning: based on the chosen disciplines, your child will develop strength and abilities while discovering new interests. Kids will love this multidisciplinary art form! Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 2 and 3 Productions Bataclan A short performance will be presented to friends and family at the end of each week. Different activities each week. Stewart Hall Cultural Centre DANCE CAMP Through rhythm, movement and choreographies, children develop and improve their artistic expression and dance technique. This lively camp will get children moving while building their self-esteem and creative potential. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 4, 7 and 8 Stewart Hall Cultural Centre MAGIC CAMP Every morning, children begin their day with a brief magic show. Accompanied by a magician, they explore the different aspects of magic, such as card manipulation, stage magic, mentalism, micromagic, and much more! They learn to make and modify objects to create an illusion, successfully perform conjuring tricks, and develop their stage presence. Age: 7 to 12 Weeks 5 and 6 The budding magicians will participate in a small performance every Friday. Magic tricks may be repeated from one week to another. Marc Trudel Magicien Stewart Hall Cultural Centre THEATRE CAMP Welcome to the theatre! Young actors develop their skills and interact with others who share the same passion. Depending on the week chosen, children work on voice projection, singing, stage presence, humour, body language, improvisation, diction, interpretation and character building. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 1, 2 and 6 Stewart Hall Cultural Centre VISUAL ARTS VISUAL ARTS CAMP Children delve into the realm of the visual arts by exploring various exciting techniques such as collage, painting, collagraphy, modeling, engraving and printmaking. They experiment with a variety of creative approaches, including watercolour, acrylic, textiles, pastel and ink on different media. New techniques and materials will be introduced each week. Stewart Hall Cultural Centre 4 CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 1, 3 and 4

FILM AND MULTIMEDIA MULTIMEDIA CAMP An exciting summer camp for those wanting to explore various media, including dubbing, stop-motion animation, newscasting, reporting, special effects, green screens, video editing and a surprise activity to round off the program. Age: 6 to 12 Week 1 Campers receive their final product on a USB key at the end of camp. Productions Bataclan Stewart Hall Cultural Centre STOP-MOTION ANIMATION CAMP Kids create their own animated film! Young filmmakers discover various techniques used to make animated films. With construction paper and play dough, they learn to build characters and sets to tell a story. A unique opportunity to learn more about the secrets of stop-motion animation! Age: 8 to 12 Week 6 Érik H. Goulet Stewart Hall Cultural Centre MUSIC MUSIC CAMP A fun introduction to musical instruments and song that helps children develop their musical talents and creativity. By participating in a music ensemble, they also learn the value of playing with others. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 2, 3 and 4 Stewart Hall Cultural Centre SCIENCE ECO-EXPLORERS CAMP Children discover biodiversity in a fun atmosphere. As they delve into the worlds of ornithology, entomology and botany, they learn to identify insects, critters, birds, mammals, trees and plants. They also partake in challenges through activities focusing on the senses and careers in ecology. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 7 and 8 GUEPE (Groupe uni des éducateurs-naturalistes et professionnels en environnement) Stewart Hall Cultural Centre LITTLE SCIENTISTS CAMP Through lively and interactive experiments and activities, children discover how science influences our lives and the world we live in. Age: 6 to 12 Weeks 4, 5 and 7 Mad Science Stewart Hall Cultural Centre CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 5

SCHEDULES AND COSTS Full-day camps provide several options, allowing you to combine cultural camps with various specialized camps. WEEK 1 June 29 to July 3 – Monday to Friday (Except Wednesday, July 1, Canada Day) FULL DAY HALF DAY CAMP THEME Apprentice Cooks Camp International cuisine Multimedia Camp Create your own sci-fi universe Theatre Camp Hollywood Visual Arts Camp Picasso's universe Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Apprentice Cooks Camp Cultural Camp International cuisine Multimedia Camp Cultural Camp Create your own sci-fi universe Visual Arts Camp Cultural Camp Picasso's universe Theatre Camp Cultural Camp Hollywood SCHEDULE NON-RESIDENT 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 139 134 67 77 164 156 78 89 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 89 104 228 268 223 260 166 193 156 182 Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Visual arts, music, theatre and dance COST (per week) RESIDENT 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Visual arts, music, theatre and dance WEEK 2 July 6 to 10 – Monday to Friday CAMP FULL DAY HALF DAY Circus Camp 6 THEME Acrobatics, object manipulation and clowning Music Camp Sound creation with percussions inspired by various images and themes Theatre Camp Country Living Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Circus Camp Acrobatics, object manipulation and clowning Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Music Camp Sound creation with percussions inspired by various images and themes Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Theatre Camp Country Living Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 SCHEDULE 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 168 195 84 97 84 97 110 128 278 323 194 225 194 225

WEEK 3 July 13 to 17 – Monday to Friday FULL DAY HALF DAY CAMP THEME Circus Camp Acrobatics, object manipulation and clowning Music Camp Children's interactive drum circle Visual Arts Camp Egyptian art Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Circus Camp Acrobatics, object manipulation and clowning Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Music Camp Children's interactive drum circle Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Visual Arts Camp Egyptian art Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance SCHEDULE 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 168 195 84 94 97 109 110 128 278 323 194 225 204 237 WEEK 4 July 20 to 24 – Monday to Friday CAMP Little Scientists Camp THEME SCHEDULE NASA: Future Space Explorers Academy – Learn about the stars, galaxies, HALF DAY rocket ships and living in space. Music Camp Percussion group: drums, maracas, xylophone, claves, etc. Dance Camp Hip hop dance Visual Arts Camp Papier mâché art Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Little Scientists Camp NASA: Future Space Explorers Academy – Learn about the stars, galaxies, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. FULL DAY rocket ships and living in space. Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Music Camp Percussion group: drums, maracas, xylophone, claves, etc. Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Dance Camp Hip hop dance Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Visual Arts Camp Papier mâché art Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 158 187 84 97 84 94 97 109 110 128 268 315 194 225 194 225 204 237 CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 7

WEEK 5 July 27 to 31 – Monday to Friday CAMP Creative Mornings (ages 3 1/2 to 5) THEME Music and dance SCHEDULE COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 9 to 11:30 a.m. 115 135 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 155 183 148 172 110 128 265 311 258 300 HALF DAY Mad about Senses – Discover the strengths Little Scientists Camp Magic Camp Cultural Camp and weaknesses of your senses. Learn how objects react to heat and even how to speak like Darth Vader. An exciting program! Introduction to magic Visual arts, music, theatre and dance 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mad about Senses – Discover the strengths FULL DAY Little Scientists Camp and weaknesses of your senses. Learn how objects react to heat and even how to speak like Darth Vader. An exciting program! Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Magic Camp Introduction to magic Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. WEEK 6 August 3 to 7 – Monday to Friday FULL DAY HALF DAY CAMP 8 THEME Creative Mornings (ages 3 1/2 to 5) Theatre and art Theatre Camp The 60s: Flower Power Magic Camp Introduction to magic Stop-Motion Animation Camp (ages 8 to 12) Create your own animated puppet Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Theatre Camp The 60s – Flower Power Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Magic Camp Introduction to magic Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Stop-Motion Animation Camp (ages 8 to 12) Create your own animated puppet Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 SCHEDULE 9 to 11:30 a.m. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 115 135 84 148 97 172 150 177 110 128 194 225 258 300 260 305

WEEK 7 August 10 to 14 – Monday to Friday FULL DAY HALF DAY CAMP THEME Creative Mornings (ages 3 1/2 to 5) Art and music Dance Camp Modern dance: jazz, urban, etc. Eco-Explorers Camp Animals: Observation, identification, biodiversity Little Scientists Camp Mad Lab – Delve into the marvels of aerodynamics and experiment with cool chemical reactions. Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Dance Camp Modern dance: jazz, urban, etc. Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Eco-Explorers Camp Animals: Observation, identification, biodiversity Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Little Scientists Camp Mad Lab – Delve into the marvels of aerodynamics and experiment with cool chemical reactions. Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance SCHEDULE COST (per week) 9 to 11:30 a.m. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 115 135 84 97 164 195 155 183 110 128 194 225 274 323 265 311 WEEK 8 August 17 to 21 – Monday to Friday FULL DAY HALF DAY CAMP THEME Apprentice Cook Camp Brunch Dance Camp Music theatre Eco-Explorers Camp In the Woods – nature, insects, challenges and Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Apprentice Cook Camp Brunch Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Dance Camp Music theatre Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance Eco-Explorers Camp In the Woods – nature, insects, challenges and Cultural Camp Visual arts, music, theatre and dance SCHEDULE 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. survival skills survival skills 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 174 84 202 97 148 172 110 128 284 330 194 225 258 300 CULTURAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 9

Sports and Recreational Camps 2019 2020 Camps featuring all kinds of recreational and fun activities focused on a different theme each week. The City of Pointe-Claire's sports and recreational camps comply with the requirements of the Cadre de référence des camps de jour municipaux of the Association des camps du Québec (ACQ), which defines the best practices to ensure programs provide a safe, quality experience (www.camps.qc.ca). Activities take place Monday to Friday, according to the following schedule: Week 1: June 29 to July 3 (Monday to Friday; closed Wednesday due to Canada Day) Week 2: July 6 to 10 Week 3: July 13 to 17 Week 4: July 20 to 24 Week 5: July 27 to 31 Week 6: August 3 to 7 Week 7: August 10 to 14 Week 8: August 17 to 21 Week 9: August 24 to 28 (space is limited) Parks Program: June 29 to August 21 (no activities on Wednesday, July 1, due to Canada Day) Daycare is offered before and after certain activities. TEEN CAMP Age: 11 to 14* Various activities are offered: swimming, biking, sports, art workshops and day trips. A bicycle and a helmet are required. Hyacinthe-Jamme-dit-Carrière House WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday to Friday; closed July 1) Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 120 150 172 215 * Your child must be 12 years old by September 30. KIDNETICS CAMP Age: 5 to 12** The focus is on being healthy and staying in shape. Kids discover new physical activities that they can enjoy. A nutritionist is on hand to answer questions. Activities include swimming, yoga, hip hop, nutrition workshops and weekly outings. Cedar Park Heights Chalet WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday to Friday; closed July 1) Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) DAYCARE 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Morning: 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon: 4:30 to 6 p.m. ** Your child must be 6 years old by September 30. 10 SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 124 155 176 220 36 50

JUNIOR DAY CAMP Age: 5 to 7* Weekly outings, theme days, swimming, arts and crafts, and more. John Rennie High School WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday to Friday; closed July 1) Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) DAYCARE 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Morning: 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon: 4:30 to 6 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 120 150 172 215 36 50 * Your child must have finished kindergarten; otherwise, please contact us. SENIOR DAY CAMP Age: 8 to 12** Weekly outings, theme days, swimming, arts and crafts, and more. John Rennie High School WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday to Friday; closed July 1) Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) DAYCARE 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Morning: 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon: 4:30 to 6 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 120 150 172 215 36 50 ** Your child must be 8 years old by September 30. SPORTS CAMP Age: 5 to 12*** These sports camps provide tennis and swimming lessons. Kids also get to participate in a paddling activity. Camps are organized in two-week sessions. rthur-Séguin Sports Camp: A Arthur-E.-Séguin Park Alexandre-Bourgeau Sports Camp: Noël-Legault Centre Lakeside Ovide Sports Camp: Ovide Park SESSION SCHEDULE Session 1 – June 29 to July 10 (Camp closed on Wednesday, July 1) Session 2 – July 13 to 24 Session 3 – July 27 to August 7 Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (2-week session) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 270 387 300 430 72 100 Session 4 – August 10 to 21 DAYCARE Morning: 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon: 4:30 to 6 p.m. *** Your child must be 6 years old by September 30. SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 11

TERRA-COTTA NATURE ADVENTURE CAMP Age: 8 to 12* Campers will be introduced to the local fauna and flora of Pointe-Claire by taking the morning to explore and partake in activities at Terra-Cotta Natural Park with an environmental specialist. They will then spend the afternoon playing games and sports with a day camp instructor and learning soccer skills with a coach. Terra-Cotta Chalet WEEK SCHEDULE Weeks 3 to 6 (Monday to Friday) 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 160 225 * Your child must be 8 years old by September 30. WEEK 9 CAMP Age: 5 to 12** Outdoor pool, sports, arts and crafts, theme days, and much more. Arthur-Séguin Camp: Lakeside Ovide Camp: Arthur-E.-Séguin Park Ovide Park WEEK SCHEDULE Week 9 (Monday to Friday) DAYCARE 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Morning: 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon: 4:30 to 6 p.m. COST (for the week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 150 215 36 50 ** Your child must be 6 years old by September 30. PARKS PROGRAM Age: 8 to 16 A drop-in program for kids. Free access. No payment required. Activities: arts and crafts, inter-park challenges, soccer and ball-hockey tournaments, Le Sablon beach outings and more. Children are free to come and go as they please. Parents are welcome to join in at all times. For scheduled activities and outings, children must register in the park at the beginning of the program. This program is for Pointe-Claire residents only. edar Park Heights Park C Hermitage Park Valois Park Kinsmen Park Northview Park WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday to Friday; closed July 1) Morning: 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) Afternoon: 1 to 4:30 p.m. (except on Fridays) 12 SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 RESIDENT Free access. No payment required.

Paddling Camps Note: Due to work at the Grande-Anse Park chalet, children will be dropped off and picked up at the Pointe-Claire Canoe Kayak Club. The Nautical Activities Department offers a variety of full-day and half-day camps for children ages 7 to 15. Participants discover water sports while learning about safety on the water in an environment focused on helping each other out and instilling a sense of community. Paddling camps offer an adapted program for people with disabilities. Alternative activities are planned for rainy or bad weather days. Activities take place from Monday to Friday, according to the following schedule: Week 0: June 23 to 26 (registration by the day) Week 4: July 20 to 24 Week 1: June 29 to July 3 (registration by the day; closed July 1) Week 5: July 27 to 31 Week 2: July 6 to 10 Week 7: August 10 to 14 Week 3: July 13 to 17 Week 8: August 17 to 21 Week 6: August 3 to 7 CANOE KIDS (Full-Day Camp) Age group: Children who have finished grade 1 to 6 Children learn how to paddle and discover various types of canoes and kayaks while learning Open Water Wisdom. Canoe Kayak Club WEEK SCHEDULE COST (per week) COST (per day)* RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT – 250 – 350 51 – 71 – Weeks 0 and 1 (Monday to Friday) Morning: 8 to 9 a.m. and afternoon: 4 to 5 p.m. – – 6.80 9.40 Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) Morning: 8 to 9 a.m. and afternoon: 4 to 5 p.m. 34 47 – – Weeks 0 and 1 (registration by the day) Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. * Registration for Week 0 and 1 activities is by the day. DAYCARE PADDLING CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 13

INTRO TO PADDLING CAMP (Half-Day Camp) Age group: Children who have finished grade 1 to 6 This camp introduces kids to the sport of canoe kayak as they learn basic paddling techniques and become familiar with various types of watercraft. Canoe Kayak Club WEEK SCHEDULE Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) 1 to 4 p.m. COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 140 140 195 195 TEEN PADDLE (Half-Day Camp) Ages: Teenagers born between 2005 and 2008 Teenagers learn basic paddling techniques and discover a range of activities while learning to feel comfortable on the water. A paddling outing is scheduled. Canoe Kayak Club WEEK SCHEDULE Week 1 (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Weeks 2 to 8 (Monday to Friday) 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 14 PADDLING CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 COST (per week) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 112 140 156 195

CANOE KAYAK LESSONS: KIDDY CANOE AND CRICKET Kiddy Canoe: Children born between 2013 and 2015 Cricket: Children born between 2009 and 2012 Children learn the rules of open water safety and how to paddle a canoe or kayak in a safe and encouraging environment. At the end, they receive a certificate showing they have completed this eight-week program. Lessons take place once a week. Canoe Kayak Club GROUP DATE SCHEDULE Group 1 June 30 to August 18 Tuesday 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Group 2 June 25 to August 13 Thursday 6 to 7 p.m. Group 1 June 30 to August 18 Tuesday 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Group 2 June 25 to August 13 Thursday 6 to 7 p.m. Kiddy Canoe Cricket COST (per session) RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT 117 163 PADDLING CAMPS / SUMMER 2020 15

LIEUX DES ACTIVITÉS LOCATIONS A.  Club de canoë kayak 75, chemin du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore 514 630-1256 A.  Canoe Kayak Club 75 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road 514-630-1256 B.  Centre communautaire Noël-Legault 245, chemin du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore B.  Noël-Legault Community Centre 245 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road C.  Centre culturel Stewart Hall 176, chemin du Bord-du Lac – Lakeshore 514 630-1220 C.  Stewart Hall Cultural Centre 176 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road 514-630-1220 D.  Chalet et parc Cedar Park Heights 22, avenue Robinsdale D.  Cedar Park Heights Chalet and Park 22 Robinsdale Avenue E. C halet et parc Arthur-E.-Séguin 365, avenue Saint-Louis E. A rthur-E.-Séguin Chalet and Park 365 Saint-Louis Avenue F.  Chalet et parc Ovide 22, avenue Ovide F.  Ovide Chalet and Park 22 Ovide Avenue G.  École secondaire John Rennie 501, boulevard Saint-Jean G.  John Rennie High School 501 Saint-Jean Boulevard H.  Maison Hyacinthe-Jamme-dit-Carrière 152, avenue Concord Crescent H.  Hyacinthe-Jamme-dit-Carrière House 152 Concord Crescent Avenue I.  Parc Alexandre-Bourgeau 2, avenue Cartier I.  Alexandre-Bourgeau Park 2 Cartier Avenue J.  Parc Hermitage 400, avenue Hermitage J.  Hermitage Park 400 Hermitage Avenue K.   Parc Kinsmen 1, avenue Crewe K.  Kinsmen Park 1 Crewe Avenue L.  Parc naturel Terra-Cotta 100, avenue Terra-Cotta L.  Terra-Cotta Natural Park 100 Terra-Cotta Avenue M.  Parc Northview 111, avenue Viking M.  Northview Park 111 Viking Avenue N.  Parc Valois 85, avenue Belmont N.  Valois Park 85 Belmont Avenue

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