Parents, it feels like we’ve been on a loop of endless summer, am I right? As we head into the time when summer vacation should have been starting, I know we’re not alone. Whether you’re a working parent searching for alternatives to childcare closures or limitations, or you simply need to find enriching and fun activities for the kids this summer, Laser City Day camp is open.
Laser City in-person day camps start July 2nd, and are $65/day, including a fun-filled activity of Laser Tag or Mini Paintball, a pizza lunch and the chance to have one of those ‘back to normal’ camp experiences.
FUN FACT: There’s a big benefit to one-day camps. You can sprinkle them over the summer, for a full day of fun, instead of committing to a week of camp!
What’s different this year at Laser City Day Camp?
- Campers will use the same piece of equipment for the whole day (Laser Tag Vest & Phaser, Mini Paintball Gun, eSports PC, etc)
- The facility, including all equipment will be thoroughly disinfected at the end of each day
- Campers and staff will answer health screening questions and have a temperature check each morning, before entering the facility.
- Frequent hand washing will be required, and hand sanitizer will be available in the facility.
Are you searching for an Edmonton/Calgary virtual day camp? Minecraft camps ran by Laser City are a great way to get that camp experience at home.
How does online camp work?
At virtual camps, or online camps. Laser City has virtual day camp options with their expert camp leaders, to engage your kids, at home. The easy to use video platform enables camp instructors to guide campers through activities and lessons, providing personal guidance and connection not only with the instructor, but other kids in the camp.
Virtual camp starts at $99.99 for a five-day, two hour each day, session on popular virtual themes, like Minecraft!
Visit www.lasercity.ca to bring back the camp experience and make this the best summer ever.
This feature is part of a sponsored content partnership with Laser City.