School-Aged & Youth (Ages 6-17)

These programs are specifically programmed for children ages 6-17. These program lengths and time vary as some run just once and others are for a session and some are offered after school and on weekends.

Counsellors in Training CITs

Counsellors in Training CITs

The Counsellors in Training (CIT) program is a youth development program whereby youth ages 12-17 learn and practice the skills necessary to become a summer camp counsellor. All CITs must submit a resume, complete a parent & youth interview, submit necessary paperwork, attend mandatory CIT training and orientation before Leduc Summer Camps start. Following training, CITs will take part in a minimum of 2 weeks or 10 classes placement depending on their age and experience. Youth ages 12-14 will be placed in Preschool and/or Parks programs and youth ages 15-17 will be placed in Camps and/or Parks programs. Youth interested in registering for this youth development program can submit a resume and cover letter to programs@leduc.ca no later than May 15, 2024. Applicants will be contacted via submission email for a youth as well as a parent interview. Successful candidates, post interview, will need to return the registration forms and sign a behaviour and confidentiality agreement before being registered in the program. Fees will need to be paid before the CIT training on June 8, 2024.

Cookies 101

Cookies 101

Let’s measure, mix, spoon, roll and bake some scrumptious cookies from scratch. Sprinkle in some tips and tricks to perfect cookies every tray. You will learn various techniques of preparing, baking and storing cookies. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Cupcakes 101

Cupcakes 101

Whip up and decorate scrumptious cupcakes each week that will make your friends amazed. From fruit to chocolate and all the icing and décor in between you will learn some basic skills to serve up at your next party. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Eat.Play.Make.

Eat.Play.Make.

Eat.Play.Make. crates are generated for YOU as a pre-planned, packaged at-home event; just add the people and a couple of supplies and you have instant fun! Each of our themed crates holds a new adventure from tasty nibbles to creative experiences that are unleashed when you lift the lid. Let our creativity be the spring board for your next adventure and you just might learn something new! Making memories is our guarantee.

Kids in the Kitchen

Kids in the Kitchen

Learn how to be a junior home cook right in your own kitchen. Join us and you will learn to make delicious edible masterpieces that can impress your friends. During this course participants will learn kitchen safety, how to read recipes, measure and use basic kitchen tools. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Kitchen Creations

Kitchen Creations

We're cooking up more than just tasty treats. Join us as we learn how to prepare snacks that can be easily made at home alone. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Mini Cupcakes 101

Mini Cupcakes 101

We’ve shrunk the OG Cupcake 101 class into Mini Cupcakes 101! Mix, bake and decorate some mini cupcakes each week that will be almost too cute to consume. Learn the basics of crafting these mini delights. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

PD Day Camp

PD Day Camp

Schools out so come to the LRC for a PD Day Camp! We will be busy doing activities, playing games and having a ball. We will be swimming each day so don’t forget your swim stuff. All participants need indoor shoes, nut free snack and lunch, water bottle and swim gear. We offer two age groups for registration: ages 6 – 7* and 8 – 11. The same great day awaits all participants, as age groupings are due to supervision requirements for swimming activities. Both groups are together for the day.

Red Cross Babysitter Course

Red Cross Babysitter Course

Prepare for your first job as a 'professional babysitter.' Learn the basics in this one-day course and get tips for finding babysitting jobs. You'll learn simple techniques for First Aid, how to handle emergency situations and strategies to create a safe and happy environment for children. The course covers babysitters' and family rights and responsibilities, basic baby and child care skills, ideas to foster positive interactions with children of different ages, as well as child safety and injury prevention. Graduates of this program can choose, with parental consent, to have their name included in our Babysitter Referral Service. Students are asked to bring lunch money or a bagged lunch. No cell phone usage during class. Decisions may have to be made more than 7 days in advance based on contractor requirements. Parents are required to come to drop off to sign a mandatory waiver.

Red Cross Stay Safe! Course

Red Cross Stay Safe! Course

The Stay Safe! Program teaches applicable and age-appropriate skills, while increasing and reinforcing a youth’s capacity to improve his or her own safety. Whether in their community or on their own, this group will be given better tools to Stay Safe! in a variety of different situations. This program offers basic First Aid and safety skills for youth 9-11 years old. Participants learn about being safe when they are without the direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or trusted adult, both at home and in their communities. Students are asked to bring lunch money or a bagged lunch. No cell phone usage during class. Decisions may have to be made more than 7 days in advance based on contractor requirements. Parents are required to come to drop off to sign a mandatory waiver.

Sportball

Sportball

Sportball offers a big variety of Multi-Sport and Sport-Specific weekly class programs designed to teach kids the gross motor skills they need to get in the game, including balance, stamina, strength, timing and coordination. Expert Coaches break down skills into kid-sized bites of fun in supportive, non-competitive settings that encourage teamwork. Whether we’re teaching toddlers how to kick or pre-teens how to bat, our goal is the same: to give kids the tools to get in the game and leave them with the desire to stay in the game.

Sweet Treats

Sweet Treats

Sugar, chocolate chips and sprinkles oh my! Do you enjoy a tasty sweet treat? Join us in learning the skills and techniques need to making a sweet treats. Each week we will be making, baking and of course tasting some scrumptious desserts. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Sweet Treats 2.0

Sweet Treats 2.0

Whisks, spatulas and rolling pins oh my! Do you enjoy eating a chocolate dessert or fresh tart? Join us in expanding your skills and recipe box each week with a new challenge. Each week we will be making, baking and of course tasting some scrumptious desserts. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!

Teen Takeover

Teen Takeover

Teen Takeover is a free youth only event at the LRC. Youth ages 12-15 must register for this event. Bring your friends and join in on the fun in a safe, engaging and youth focused event. Photo ID including the youth’s picture, first and last name will be required for check in. For more information, visit www.leduc.ca/youth/teen-takeover.

Waffle Palooza

Waffle Palooza

Are you an enthusiast to the warm, golden, honeycomb pattern breakfast food? Fasten your apron strings for an entire program on waffles! We will be learning about all things waffles: history, types of irons, waffles and things you can make with waffles. All participants must wear indoor shoes. NOTE: This is NOT an allergy free zone!