The overall objective at Camp Amy Molson is to provide a happy, healthy, vigorous, warm, and exciting atmosphere for all campers.
Programs and activities offered during your child's stay at Camp Amy Molson include arts & crafts, sports, music, sport and cooperative games, live arts, swimming, boating, pottery, nature lore, library. There is also archery, hiking, basketball, and a hebertism course.
|Time - Begin||Time - End||Bell||Activity|
|9:30||10:30||1st Activity/Junior Free-Play|
|10:30||11:20||(End of Free Play) 2nd Activity|
|12:30||Bell||Line-up at Bell|
|2:30||Bell||4th Activity / Senior Free Play|
|3:20||Bell||(End of Free Play)|
|3:20||Tuck (snack for campers)|
|5:40||Bell||Meet at Bell|
|6:30||Bell||Evening Free Play|
|7:30||Bell||Meet at Bell for Evening Program|
|8:00||Camper Bed time|
Camp Amy Molson is first and foremost a summer camp for youth from and around the Montreal area. We have 144 spaces for children aged 5-14 and have a rich and vibrant program. The main goal and purpose of Camp Amy Molson is to give children an exciting and fun summer holiday which allows them to grow and mature while developing and learning valuable life skills and abilities. Campers enrolled in our overnight summer program are cared for by a well-trained staff of young adults who have been handpicked by the administration team to ensure that each and every child registered is given the utmost care, attention and equally as important, affection.
Our special LIT Program is one of our proudest additions to the overnight summer camping program. Specifically designed for campers who are 13 years of age, the goal of the LIT program is to further develop our campers into strong leaders in their homes and in their communities. The program operates outside of the regular schedule and is overseen by two counselors as well as the LIT Coordinator who develops the curriculum and programming as well as oversees the program. The LITs participate in workshops and team-building challenges to better learn how to develop the skills they will utilize in everyday life.
The LIT Advance program is specifically designed for 14-year olds who have either completed our LIT program or have the maturity to participate. The purpose of the LIT Advance is to further the training with the campers which was started in the LIT program as well as to give them hands on experience in different roles at camp. LITAs are overseen by our Training Director who in addition to planning their schedules with them and running specialized programming, also provides formal and informal feedback in order to develop their skills early on and continually throughout the summer.
The vegetables at Camp Amy Molson started in 2011 with the Garden Program that often fed the local deer, gophers and sometimes the kids and staff at camp. Since then our plots have grown and our fencing has gotten stronger as has our conviction that getting hands dirty, planting seeds and watching them grow and pulling food from the soil are the most fun and delicious ways to foster healthy attitudes towards food and our environment.