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Technical difficulties with summer camp registration on ActiveNet are now resolved. Registrants will be able to register for programming as usual. We would like to thank registrants for their patience with this matter. If you are still experiencing issues, please email

This afternoon, Kitchener City Council approved the reopening of select city facilities and amenities. This resumption of service enables the City to offer significantly modified summer day camp programming that adheres to Provincial and Regional health and safety guidelines and protocols.

Summer day camp registration for previously registered campers will be open on June 24, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. for 24 hours on ActiveNet. A previously registered camper is someone who registered for the City’s original slate of summer camps for 2020 that were cancelled due to COVID-19.

After 24 hours, summer day camp registration will be open to the general public.

It is important to note, the number of camp spots available is significantly less than our normal capacity in order to ensure the safest experience possible for campers and staff. Previously registering for summer camps does not guarantee a spot. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a 2-week registration maximum per camper.

Camps are scheduled to begin July 13, 2020 and run for eight weeks until September 4, 2020. These camps are open to 4 to 14 year-olds.

Camps will be held at Forest Heights, Stanley Park, Country Hills and Victoria Hills community centres and include 5 to 6 different registration groups at each location.

While programming will look a lot different this year, maximum fun is still the motto! Staff have adapted programming to respect physical distancing and all public health recommendations. Our program will maximize use of outdoor programming spaces and include a variety of games, activities and social opportunities for participants while maintaining physical distancing.?Each camp day will include active and quiet games, activities that encourage social connections with new friends and opportunities to be creative and use their imaginations. Field trips will be limited to travel by foot (no swimming trips, water days or special guests). Each child will receive their own art and supply kit that will not be shared with others.

To ensure the health of all participants, mandatory health screening will be administered to each camper each camp day. This is to ensure the safest experience possible for all staff, campers and parents.

Summer day camps will have significantly less spots than normal. If you are unable to register, you are encouraged to explore community-based services and supports for youth and children with Family Compass Waterloo Region. Family Compass Waterloo Region, is a starting point for families to navigate programs and services being offered in Waterloo Region for children and youth. To learn more about current programming options, and to see a calendar of events, visit

For campers who require accommodation support, a follow up email will be sent shortly about the Inclusion Support Program.

For up-to-date information about summer camps, and for frequently asked questions, visit

If you have any questions, please contact:

Thank you for your patience and understanding

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