From video game creation and Broadway style musicals to outdoor survival and cooking classes, Medicine Hat College’s (MHC) camps are providing new and engaging ways for kids, ages three and up, to spend their summer.
“Parents can expect high quality, engaging camps for their children that allow them to learn new skills through an interactive experience, while making new friends along the way,” says Amber Kornelson, summer camp coordinator.
Kornelson and Savannah Symmonds are both returning as camp coordinators.
“This is my sixth summer with the camps, I love being part of the MHC team and being able to work with counselors who are so enthusiastic about teaching the kids,” says Symmonds.
Kornelson mentions that she enjoys being able to see the children take part in all the different themed camps while exploring the campus.
“We have exciting camps that cover a variety of interests, from cooking, science and dance to art, coding, golf and even acting. There is something for everyone,” says Kornelson. “What’s also great, is depending on their camps they get to explore a ton of different places on campus whether that’s the dance studios and science labs or the pond and playground.”
The coordinators encourage children of all ages and abilities to take part in the camps.
“We see a wide range of ages and abilities throughout the summer and want to ensure everyone is able to have as much fun as possible,” says Symmonds. “Kids will have a blast every day and the new experiences they have will be talked about for years.”
For more information on the upcoming camps and to register, visit www.mhc.ab.ca.
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