You will be directed to Eventbrite.com to register for the dates of your choice.
Sign-ups are taken on-site. Our facilitator, Conner will help you at the door. Please follow the schedule below for locations and costs.
Book a day or more,
A varied schedule,
All summer long!
Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre has joined with Kingsbrae Gardens and the Huntsman Aquarium to provide summer arts and nature activities. Kids will explore and create, utilizing the beautiful gardens and grounds of Kingsbrae and KIRA, with access to nature trails and local beaches. The Huntsman provide aquarium and classroom experiences, with some beach exploration.
Kids will be working with qualified and experienced instructors to learn more about their environment and the natural world while creating art and having fun. At least two staff will be on hand at all times for supervision and individual attention and encouragement.
Meet the Team
All our instructors have many years experience of working with children teaching creative thinking, self-expression and community awareness. They all hold Criminal Background Checks for safe working with children and the vulnerable sector.
We provide all-inclusive, non-judgemental and encouraging programming, aimed at all abilities. Each day’s activity will normally provide a take-home creation as well as the experience.
Chantal has taught art in all mediums to kids of all ages for many years. One of Sunbury Shores’ favourite instructors—generations of children has received her enthusiastic and generous teaching through our CLASS program, working with our local schools. She includes learning about our environment, indigenous peoples, native plants and animals and speaks both English and French.
As an artist, Geoff creates in all mediums – including the St. Andrews’ murals! A youth worker, Geoff was an art instructor at the Kiwanis Community School and Sir James Dunn Academy. As an intervention worker, he replaced Ritalin with paintbrushes and taught students how to express their feelings in creative, constructive ways. His love of nature means much of his creative work happens outdoors. Geoff will be providing learning and creative inspiration on our local beaches.
As a biologist, Genny worked with the local aquarium and some of the whale watching tour companies before starting Turtle Shore Adventures, focusing on the local wildlife and the fascinating history of our area. She is joining our SCAMPS program this year, providing fun, learning and creativity on our local Trails. Genny has great enthusiasm, going above and beyond to create lasting memories. She speaks both English and French.
Laura is the Education Assistant at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre. Their Young Explorer Days run on Tues-days from 9.30 to 2.30, for ages 5—11, and include educational games, crafts, interactions with live animals and beach exploration.