2017 Summer Camps



Activity TypeCampCamp Information
ARTS-in-Action (AiA) Discovery Camp.Discovery Camp
  • First Camp: July 10 to 29, Monday to Friday, 9am - 3pm.
  • Second Camp: August 7 to 19, Monday to Friday, 9am - 3pm.
  • Location: DCFA at Agostini Street in St Augustine.
  • Ages 5 to 12
  • AiA is the Applied Creative Arts, Outreach Unit of the Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA) of The University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine.
  • Discovery Camp seeks to provide a facility where children can engage in a fun and educational artsbased process using art, dance, drama and music as learning and developmental tools.
  • For more info: 289-4242 or email@artsinaction.org.
  • Cultural Camps (Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts)Various Camps
  • For camp information click here.
  • Tuco Junior Vacation CampMusic Camp
  • July 10 to 21, 9 am. to 12:30 pm.
  • For camp information click here.
  • Shalala Delights' Cup Cake CampCupcake Camp
  • Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21.
  • Location: Diego Martin Old Boys and Old Girls Club House in Diamond Vale, Diego Martin.
  • Ages 5 to 16
  • The art of decorating cupcakes and cookies in butter cream and fondant. The children will also learn how to design various edible prints.
  • Steam Start Tech Camp hosted by Dingole e-commerce Services Ltd.Tech Camp
  • Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21.
  • Location: Jungle Jam, 20 Hamilton Holder Street, Woodbrook
  • Ages 7 to 15
  • Activities will also include creating like an artist, building like an engineer, designing like a technologist and questioning like a scientist, and also an introduction to robotics.
  • Visit: Facebook page dingoleltd.
  • Steam Start Tech Camp hosted by Dingole e-commerce Services Ltd.Tech Camp
  • Monday, August 7 to Friday, August 11.
  • Location: US Embassy, 15 Queen's Park West, Port of Spain,
  • Ages 11 to 15
  • Activities will also include creating like an artist, building like an engineer, designing like a technologist and questioning like a scientist, and also an introduction to robotics.
  • Visit: Facebook page dingoleltd.
  • Kids Music and Arts Camp 2017.Music & Arts Camp
  • Date: July 17, 2017 (3 week camp)
  • Location: Kaiso Blues Cafe, 85 Woodford Street, Port-of-Spain.
  • Ages 7 and up
  • Introductory lessons in guitar, keyboard, tenor pan, drums, singing and dance as well as art and craft.
  • They will meet industry professionals and go on field trips to cultural arts institutions.
  • Note: after the camp at Kaiso Blues Cafe is completed, it will then move on to Western United Credit Union where it will facilitate a similar camp for another three weeks.
  • More info: Music and Arts Camp: email: trinitone.robin@gmail.com or call 681-1389 or 708-1107.
  • Niherst Science and Technology CampSciene and Technology Camp
  • Location: Venues across the country
  • The camp accepts children as young as five years old.
  • For more information call 642-6112 ext 250.
  • The Niherst camp offers children the opportunity to learn scientific principles and their application in technology and innovation through fun, hands-on activities and interactive exhibits.
  • The camp offers a variety of science, technology and innovation themed camps ranging from one to two weeks.
  • Camps explore a range of both fundamental and cutting-edge topics including gravity, marine biodiversity, hydroponics and aquaponics, neuroscience, engineering, robotics, computer science, programming and app development.
  • Emancipation Mas-camp-us 2017Arts and Craft Camp
  • Date: July 10
  • Ages: 18 and over
  • Duration: 3 1/2 weeks
  • Cost: Free
  • Camp will offer 90 contact hours of intricate training and practice in masquerade design and production to 15 interested and committed participants.
  • He said the training will focus on cardboard sculpting, papier-mâché, and the use of found and organic material in mas making, as well as offer life and business skills for artists.
  • For more infromation email jouvay.ayiti@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page: EmancipationMasCampUs 2017.
  • Catherine Gordon Institute of Finishing Elements Etiquette Camp
  • For ages seven to 14, the Manners Maketh Me social etiquette vacation camp is a fun-filled four-day camp held at the Queen’s Royal Collage, Queen’s Park West, Port-of-Spain. The aim of the camp is to build confidence, increase social mobility, develop leadership skills, reduce shyness, ensure social acceptance and improves school behaviour.
  • For teenagers 15 to 19 , the institute also offers Destined for Greatness where teens are schooled in dressing to impress, mixing and mingling, social etiquette skills, golf, horseback riding, styles of eating, dating etiquette, handling peer pressure and independent living skills among other programmes.
  • For information, email: cgaimagedesign@yahoo.com or call 678-3845/640-2765
  • Children Sailing CampSailingCamp
  • Mon. Aug. 7th to Fri. Aug. 18th (2 weeks)
  • Ages: 7 to 17
  • Location: DGuapo Beach, Point Fortin.
  • Mon. to Fri. 9:00 - 3:00
  • Free
  • notes:
  • Summer camps subject to change without notice or be canceled.





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