Arts Commons is a multi-venue arts centre in downtown Calgary, host to 1800+ performances and events a year. Arts Commons is also dedicated to bringing the arts to life with educational programming, including a musical theatre summer camp.
Atlantis Programs Inc. and Pedalheads® provides innovative and effective programs that are safe, fun and challenging. We provide swimming and cycling programs that promote kids’ health and development.
Designed and created by teachers, architects and engineering professionals, our hands-on curriculum introduces children age 2 1/2 - 13 to concepts of engineering, architecture and mechanics using LEGO® bricks.
Calgary JCC is a non-profit organization offering social, educational, recreational and cultural programming to individuals and families of all ages, stages and background.
Idea Lab Kids provides programs based on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) principles. Children learn through hands-on-activities utilizing Critical-thinking Skills and a great deal of IMAGINATION! ROCK YOUR GREY MATTER!
For 22 years, Mad Science has been making science fun for children. Please visit our website to see all of our areas of business or call 403-263-4140. 1st Place Parents' Choice Award Winner for Best Children's Entertainer 2016, 2017 & 2018.
Operating out of McKenzie Towne Hall, we offer recreation classes for Calgarians of all ages, day camps during spring break and summer, as well as drop-in gym times and social groups for residents and their guests.
CGDAY™ provides a social setting for youths and utilizes their interest in video games to create a learning experience which will provide useful skills for their future and set them up for success.
ARCHITECTURE ED is an inspiring and fun design build architecture education program for youth ages 7 to 19. We offer classes, workshops, summer camps, field trips, professional development for adults and educators.
Brickineers STEM enrichment camps and classes for Grades 1 to 8 are based on "Experiential Learning" - fostering social interaction, sharing, questioning and discussion, while playing to learn and learning to play.
Byte Camp -- Creative Media Camps for Kids! *Kids in our "*Claymation Movie Production*" camps create their own clay characters, sets and props; and shoot and edit their own quirky animated movies.
We know the fastest way to affect lasting change is to focus on those who will inherit the future: children. We don't know what the future looks like, but we know tomorrow's leaders will need to be able to dream big, be bold, and take action.
JunioTech is a student driven organization based in Calgary, Alberta. We strive to promote technology and educate future engineers. Our vision is to make Canada the leader of technology and innovation
We inspire students to discover their creative potential in classrooms and beyond. MindFuel’s educational programs prepare new generations to solve the problems of tomorrow.
Robots.Education helps children learn 21st-Century skills using cutting-edge technology like Robotics and 3D Printing. They've helped more than 10,000 students from grades 4-12 understand robotics and programming. 97% of participants recommend
Share the passion of STEM & STEAM through innovative and creative hands-on learning, and inspire future global scientists, technologists and engineers. Ongoing year-round clubs, classes, birthday parties, and special events are available.
STEM Learning Lab promotes student engagement in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. We believe it is critically important for kids to explore, create, play, and make, in order to learn about the world around them.
The first aviation museum in Calgary, "The Air Museum of Canada" was founded in 1960 but was largely a collection of privately owned aircraft.
The Canyon Meadows Community Centre has rooms available for rent to community members and the public. Canyon Meadows depends a great deal on the revenues generated from hall rentals for the operation of the entire facility.
One of the principal research facilities within the University of Calgary's Department of Physics and Astronomy, the RAO is also a venue for the public to connect with the universe through our public events and Open Houses.
The culmination of over a decade of planning, design and construction to bring Calgary's new kind of Science Centre to life has lit a spark of wonder and excitement in Southern Alberta.