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Notice: Kids Ecology camps will not be offered in 2019.

Aspiring Young Artists/Jeunes Artistes AmateursRegister Online

Community Arts Program, College of Arts&Science 306.966.5539

Learn some drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture, printmaking and stop motion animation techniques. Children aged six to 15, who love art will participate in week-long, full-day camps with campus excursions. New this year, one camp week will be offered in French.

Summer Band CampsVisit Website

Department of Music 306.343.9678

Get ready to make some noise! Toot your own horn in full band, small ensembles, private lessons and more. Band Camp provides the perfect opportunity for musicians in grades 5–12 to learn new musical and technical skills, improve sound, make new friends, and have LOADS of fun!

Spring & Summer Kinesiology ProgrammingVisit Website

College of Kinesiology 306.966.1001

Get active this summer! Try children’s activity camps or a dance camp. We also offer personal and team training with Human Performance Center, aquatic programs and a week-long camp for special needs children and youth.

History, Politics and GovernanceRegister Online

Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) 306.966.8384 or email

Join us to explore the history of Saskatchewan from prehistory to today! These week-long camps will cover specific themes ranging from prehistory, the natural world, Indigenous history, settlement, political history, to current issues in Saskatchewan.
Week 1 (July 8-12): My Saskatchewan (youth ages 7-9)
Week 2 (July 15-19): Our Saskatchewan (youth ages 10-12)

Interested in learning how forgery has influenced the course of Canadian and international history? In this week-long camp, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about espionage, fraud, forgery, and how these criminal activities have affected history.
Week 3 (August 12-16): Spies R Us (youth ages 10-12)

Summer Academy for Voice and PianoVisit Website

Call 306.374.7698 (Janice Paterson – voice) or 306.373.9739 (Bonnie Nicholson – piano)

Open to singers and pianists ages 12 to 18 with an emphasis on building a sense of community and experiencing the joy of music. Both solo instruction and ensemble opportunities offered.

Map CampVisit Website

Geography and Planning 306.966.1679 or email

Map camp is designed to increase children’s understanding and curiosity about the world around them. Open to ages eight to 12, this week long day camp will introduce children to basic mapping, navigation, and physical geography concepts in a fun and encouraging environment. Daily activities will vary but involve creating and using maps in a variety of settings, learning about and exploring the Saskatchewan landscape, using geography concepts creatively, and being involved in active outdoor games.
Map Camp runs the week of July 23rd to July 27th and
August 20 to August 24th.

SCI-FI Science Camps Register Online

College of Engineering 306.966.7755 / 1.866.556.8723

Explore the world of engineering, technology, veterinary medicine, health science, and more! Through hands-on activities and building projects, SCI-FI Science Camps offers your budding scientists the opportunity to explore the world around them. Several camps are offered for grades 1 and up throughout the summer in Saskatoon and various communities across Saskatchewan.

AgBio Discovery CampRegister Online

College of Agriculture and Bioresources 306.966.4056

Explore just how much fun agriculture can be! Experience a week of interactive science experiments, animal care and activities centered around agriculture. Camps open to kids entering grades 3–6 this fall.

Drama: Making a SceneRegister Online

Department of Drama 306.966.2323

Beginners and experienced young actors aged 10 to 17 will end the week with a live performance where they assume a starring role. See you on the stage!

Ancient & Medieval Adventure CampsRegister Online

Museum of Antiquities 306.966.7818

Learn about the mythology, art and daily life of cultures from long ago. Children aged six to 12 will participate in week-long, full-day camps with games, crafts and tours that explore ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and more.

Huskie Athletic Sport CampsVisit Website

College of Kinesiology 306.966.1001

Huskie Athletic Sport Camps offer a variety of camps to young athletes that want to learn more about or further develop their skills in a particular sport. Huskie head coaches design the curriculum, hire the coaches and lead the instruction at camps. Participants will receive instruction from coaches who are known and respected throughout the province and the country for their abilities to work with elite athletes. Assistant instructors of the camps include Huskie assistant coaches, current or former Huskie Athletes as well as respected high school/club coaches from around the province. Instruction groups are kept small with a coach to athlete ratio of 10:1 or better. All instruction takes place in a sound educational environment. First aid and sports injury management services are accessible and are provided if necessary.