Drop the kids off at Crafty Pots in the morning for three hours of fun and creative activities. They’ll create projects with different materials, have fun, and meet new friends.

The camps follow all provincial regulations for day camps, and attendance is limited to 8 campers. The projects will appeal to both boys and girls, and we accept campers aged 7-12 years old.

Please click here or go to the end of this page for answers to common questions such as safety and cancellation policy.

Please click on the image for each week to learn more or to book.

Thank you to the awesome Main Ideas Studio in Newmarket for developing these camps with us. Long time customers will recognize our former manager, the one and only Dia as the owner of Main Ideas Studio

How do I sign up?

Please select the week(s) you want to book and add to the cart and checkout. Please enter the names and ages of the children in the order notes.

Then we’ll call back to confirm and collect payment.

How many children in each camp?

There are 8 spots in each July camp, and either 8 or 10 in the August camps. Our studio is large, so the provincial regulations permit more but we’re voluntarily limiting the numbers.

What if we miss one or more days?

You will receive a store credit of $20 for each booked day that the child does not attend. The store credit can be used for any in-store activity once any seating restriction is lifted, and must be used within one year from the date that was missed.

Can we do individual days?

No, sorry. Provincial regulations say that campers must stay as a cohort for the duration so we cannot have campers come for only one day. 

What is the cancellation policy?

If you cancel with 21 or fewer full days to go before the camp starts, the payment becomes store credit that must be used within one year.

If you cancel with more than 21 full days to go before the camp starts then we can refund the full payment. 

What if there is another lockdown?

Let’s just make sure we all get vaccinated so it doesn’t get to that point, mmmkay?🙂

In case of a lockdown or regulation that prevents the camp from happening, we’ll refund all affected reservations. 

What about food and allergies?

Each artist should bring their own snack, which must be nut-free, to eat during the break, but we cannot guarantee to be nut-free. All materials are non-toxic and safe to use, there is no gluten, nuts etc. in any of the materials.

What are your COVID precautions?

Masks must be worn at all times by children, their parents and the staff. Handwashing is required on arrival.

Each artist will have their own table and their own set of supplies, all of which is  sanitized before use.

All Crafty Pots staff members are vaccinated.

What is the fine print?

By enrolling my child/ren you acknowledge and agree that Crafty Pots is not responsible for any possible exposure to illness or infectious diseases including but not limited to influenza, MRSA, and COVID-19. While particular safety precautions and personal discipline may reduce the risk of illness, a risk still does exist.

As a parent/legal guardian you knowingly and freely assume all such risks, both known and unknown and assume full responsibility for your child’s participation. On behalf of you and your children, you hereby release and hold harmless Crafty Pots and their employees, owners, and other participants with respect to any and all illnesses to the fullest extent permitted by law.