Sign your kids up now for popular UFV summer camps


If you’re a parent looking for a way to prevent the chorus of ‘I’m borrrrrrred’ in your house this coming summer, consider giving your childa week to remember at the University of the Fraser Valley.

Science Rocks!
Back by popular demand, UFV’s Science Rocks! summer day camps are designed for local students going into Grades 4-7 (as of Sept ’13). Each of the five different camps is structured to encourage the development of scientific problem-solving skills and to help campers learn fundamental scientific principles in a fun, hands-on way.

A week-long camp is $250, and includes all supplies, lunches, t-shirt, and completion certificate. There is a discount if you enroll your child in more than one week, or if you have more than camper: two camp registrations is $450; three $675; four $900; five $1,150.

2013 Science Rocks! camps:
Puzzles and mysteries! July 29–August 2, 2013 (Abbotsford)
Activities that are awesome! August 12–16, 2013 (Chilliwack)

Registration forms and additional information — as well as some great photos from last year’s camps — are available online at . For more information or to register, please email .



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3 Responses to Sign your kids up now for popular UFV summer camps

  1. Chad Dumaine June 6, 2013 at 3:06 pm #


    Are there any scholarships or reduced fees for children of single mothers?

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