Located in: Quebec, Canada
At the McCord Museum day camp, children have fun with history while visiting hidden gems within their city. They enjoy nearby city parks to have lunch and play games. To wrap up the week, parents are invited to the Museum at 3 p.m. on Friday to see their children's creations firsthand. And because our day camp counselors are fully bilingual, children can truly make the most of their week. A bilingual day camp for children 5 to 12 Two programs offered: Objects in the limelight! A teapot, sled or phonograph: what do these objects reveal about the history of Montreal? At the Museum, each artefact is a player in a production that tells the story of life in Montreal. As our day camp participants explore the Montreal - Points of View exhibition, they'll discover a host of stories big and small about neighbourhoods and people. Much as in a theatre of objects, they'll take turns bringing to life an artefact of their choosing during a performance for an audience of parents at the end of the week. JUNE 30 TO JULY 4 (CLOSED JULY 1), JULY 14 TO 18, JULY 28 TO AUGUST 1, AUGUST 11 TO 15 The musical museum As the song says, "you've got the music in you." Whether about love, peace or life-changing moments, songs tell stories. Through their discovery of the exhibitions Music and Wearing our Identity - The First People's Collection, the children will discover and interpret the rhythms, words and music that tell our story. During the course of the week, they will participate in workshops that offer them the chance to learn songs that reflect our history and identity.
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