2016 Easter Holiday Camps
- Written by arounddb, 16 March 2016
There are only a few long holiday stretches in Hong Kong which give students a well-deserved break. Without a plan however, these "vacations" can get quite boring for the kids, especially when parents are still at work.
Here are a few things your kids can do this Easter!
ESF Sports and ESF Language & Learning are offering a number of Spring Holiday programmes beginning on the last week of March. It has a number of activities set up in different venues from the 29th through April 8th, spanning playgroups, exam preps, drama, languages, art, cooking, coding, sports clinics, and more!
Culture and adventure
Mandarin for Munchkins is holding intensive 5 and a half days per week in-house programmes from March 21 to April 29. Children aged 2 and a half to 14 years will learn Mandarin through arts and crafts, music, stories, drama, Kung fu, games and singing. Call 2486 9012 or 2468 9062 to learn more.
Treasure Island Group is offering 8 to 15-year-olds a week of fun in the great outdoors with its Spring Adventure Camp. In one of two five-day programmes set on March 28th and April 4th, campers will be kayaking, hiking, biking, building fires and shelter, etc. The camp costs $4200.
A healthy dose of football
Hong Kong Vikings Football Club is holding a 3, 4, or 7-day professional soccer camp for members and non-members. They take place at DC College from March 29-31 and April 5-8 and cost HK$600 for the 3-day camp, HK$700 for the 4-day camp, or HK$1000 for the 7-day camp. Members get a HK$100 discount.
HK Dragons FC is running a number of 4-day junior (Under 5 to Under 9) and a senior (Under 10+) camps this Easter. At HK$1200, they take place at DB Community Centre, DBIS, and YMCA Tung Chung on March 29 to April 1 and April 5-8.
Asia Pacific Soccer Schools' special Easter holiday soccer camps are now open for registration for players aged 5 to 13. The camps will be at King's Park Sports Ground, Jordan from March 29 to April 1, Kowloon Cricket Club, Jordan from April 5-8, and Stanley Ho Sports Centre, Pok Fu Lam from Tuesday to Friday on March 29 to April 8. Costs vary starting at HK$300 per day.