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Summer Camps

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Be the Change: Social Justice Camp 2017
For youth ages 12-16 who want to make a difference in their community, this week long day camp will bring together like minded individuals who have a passion for learning about their community and the world around them. Through workshops, games, dynamic discussions and art activities, participants will learn about local and global issues and the tools and passion to create change. Offered by Investing in Children.

Book Camp London
Book Camp London connects children and teens who are passionate about reading and writing with well-known authors and illustrators.

Boys & Girls Club of London
Kids enjoy a full day of scheduled activities that may include theme days, group games, swimming, gym activities, crafts, outtrips, and more.

City of London Day Camps
For neighbourhood day camps in the London area, this comprehensive listing of activities available locally offers up to date information.

Discovery Western
A day camp offered by the University of Western Ontario with a focus on science and engineering activities.

Girls LEAD
Offered at Brescia University College, this camp for girls in grades 2 - 7 is a "is a fun, action-packed program focused on self-discovery, positive relationships, healthy living, and the exploration of leadership skills and concepts."

YMCA Day Camps
There is a large selection of activity or theme based summer day camps for children at the London YMCA.

London Children's Museum
The London Children's Museum offers weekly theme based summer day camps for various age groups.

Museum of Ontario Archeology Summer Day Camp
The Museum of Ontario Archeology offers weekly themed based summer day camps, including Dig-It, Seven Wonders of the World, Myths & Monsters, and Safari Adventures.

Sport Western
Western University offers a variety of sport-oriented day camps for children to build skills in swimming, volleyball, basketball and more.

Wild Child
A day camp offered by Childreach for children ages 4-10 to make friends, get muddy, balance on logs, climb trees, find bugs, dig holes, skin a few knees, get tired, and be happy in the forest, in the meadows and the ponds.

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Canadian Summer Camps
To try sleepaway camps, this site gives information about two established camps, Camp Onondaga and Camp Kadalore, located near Toronto.

Camp Kee-mo-kee
Located minutes from London, this traditional sleepaway camp features great storytelling, campfires, trails and fun!