Summer 2020 registration opens Wednesday, June 24th! The Kitimat Museum & Archives Summer of Adventure features weeks of fun and learning for kids, starting on July 6th! Our popular summer programming, Summer of Adventure, offers crafts and activities in culture, history, science, and more! Due to COVID-19 our programs will
The Kitimat Museum & Archives will be offering two weeks of multicultural themed programs during Spring Break (March 16 to 27, 2020). Programs are for kids 3 to 9 years of age. Each program costs $7.00 ($5.95 if you have a family membership). Register at the Kitimat Museum front desk.
No more waiting – registration for our summer programs is open! Summer 2019 registration is open! The Kitimat Museum & Archives Summer of Adventure features over seven weeks of fun and learning for the local kids. Our popular summer programming, Summer of Adventure, offers programs and activities built on subjects
Summer 2018 is bursting with fun, educational programs! The Kitimat Museum & Archives Summer of Adventure features seven weeks of fun and learning for the local kids. Our popular summer programming offers programs and activities built on subjects such as culture, history, sciences and more! Registration opens Monday, June 25,
Information on our “Summer of Adventure” programs coming soon! Summer fun means summer programs at your local museum. Within weeks we will have another exciting brochure full of fun and informative programs for kids ages 3 to 9. Book just one, or book them all! Stay tuned to our website
SUMMER SHAKESPEARE Drama Camp sponsored by Kitimat Arts for Youth (KAFY), July 3 – 14, 2017 Monday to Friday 9:30 – 12:30pm at the Presbyterian Church Hall. Tina Watchorn and youth leaders will take the Summer Shakespeare students (now in Grades 5 to 8) through an exploration and ‘loose’ presentation of
The Kitimat Museum & Archives summer programmers have been hard at work preparing for the upcoming 2017 ‘Summer of Adventure’ for kids ages 3 to 9. Registration begins on Monday, June 19, 2017. Six weeks of summer programming for ages 3 to 9 run by the Museum’s summer students. The