For the first time, Bois-de-Boulogne camp is offering a summer program geared towards young science enthusiasts, tackling topics from organic chemistry to space exploration.
Running from June 26 to Aug. 18, the Montreal Science Centre will host the Bois-de-Boulogne-Scientifique day camp. Designed for kids between 6 and 12, the camp will explore physics, energy, and construction through workshops and hands-on experiments led by specialists, exhibitions and IMAX movies.
Along with the indoor science activities, campers will discover Old Montreal by playing games outdoors. All activities and workshops will be in French. A weekly session costs between $230 to $250, with morning and afternoon daycare services available.
The Bois-de-Boulogne camps also offer summer programs at three other locations, Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne, École Paul-Comtois, and École Les Trois-Soleils.
The Montreal Science Centre is located at 2 de la Commune St. For more information, visit montrealsciencecentre.com/groups/bois-de-boulogne-scientific-camp.