Community Arts Program, College of Arts&Science 306.966.5539
Online Art Camps are back by popular demand. Learn some drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture and design techniques. Children and Youth, aged 9 to 17, who love art can participate in our 8-week classes throughout July & August. Our small sized classes are delivered live/synchronously through short lectures, demonstrations, time to work on projects, instructor feedback, and class sharing.
College of Engineering 306.966.7755 / 1.866.556.8723
Museum of Antiquities 306.966.7818
Looking to get all the excitement of an in-person summer camp from the safety of your own home? The Ancient & Medieval Adventures Camps have got you covered! Taking inspiration from 2020’s online content, this year’s camps will transport kids around the world to explore a wide selection of content from antiquity and the Middle Ages with crafts, games, physical activities, stories, virtual tours, and more.Camps will run for 7 weeks from July to August in three-hour online sessions for ages 9 - 11. Students will become Greek gods, Roman emperors, artists, soldiers, wizards, and explorers, and will come away with dozens of one-of-a-kind items that they created themselves. With our Camp-in-a-Box format, campers will receive everything they need to take part in all camp activities safely and securely.
Hungry for more? Extracurricular programming will be provided for each camp via the Ancient & Medieval Adventures Camps WordPress blog. These additional resources will keep kids engaged in discovering the Ancient and Medieval worlds even past the camp’s runtime.
Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) 306.966.8384 or email
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.