Langley City offers a variety of daycamps from preschool age to pre-teens. Langley City’s Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department is very proud of the quality of programs we are able to offer. Our goal is to ensure that your child has a fun and memorable experience in a safe and inclusive environment while forging new friendships with other children and our staff.
To register or for more information please call Douglas Recreation Centre at 604-514-2865
Below you will find some basics information that will help you prepare your child for camp.
- Medical Information and Release form must be filled out one week prior to your child’s first day in camp. Children will not be allowed in the program until this form is completed. Please click here to download the Medical Information and Release Form.
- Due to life threatening nut allergies, we ask that all camps are nut free zones. Please pack a lunch and snacks that does not contain nut products.
- Items your child should bring to camp each day include a water bottle, a healthy snack, a non-microwavable lunch, bathing suit, towel, weather appropriate clothing and footwear, hat and sunscreen.
- Items you should not bring to camp include iPod, handheld video games, cell phones, money or other valuable items. *Please note we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
- Please click on the FAQ for Parents for more information.
- To receive a 100% refund:
Short Programs (1 week or less), Camps, Workshops, Out Trips, and Special Events
Unless otherwise specified,
- If less than 5 business days’ notice is given, 50% of the fee will be issued
- If notice is given on or after the start date of a program, a refund will not be issued
The City of Langley is committed to supporting children with developmental disabilities or delays to successfully participate in Langley City Daycamp programs. If your child requires extra support, please contact the Recreation Supervisor at 604-514-2865. If you have any questions or require any additional information, please contact Douglas Recreation Centre at 604-514-2865.
Twice a year the City distributes Community Grants to a number of local non-profit and community-based organizations. Community Grants can be used for events, programs and other community-oriented initiatives.
Students going into Grades 4 through 7 in September 2018 are invited to attend this camp that teaches students to learn to play the ukulele and sing. The regular cost for the weeklong camp is $160.
The camp takes place at Langley Fundamental Elementary School (21789 50 Ave., Langley) daily from August 13th – 17th, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Qualified teachers from of the Langley School District and The Langley Ukulele Association provide instruction. Participants who do not own a ukulele may either purchase or rent from the LUA and a T-Shirt and daily snacks are provided at no additional cost.
There will be a performance for parents on Friday, August 17th @ 7:00 p.m. and at the end of camp students may have the opportunity to participate in the Langley Ukulele Association’s after school ensemble program.
You can register through our Website www.langleyukes.com
For additional information please contact camp co-ordinator by email at email@example.com or by phoning (604) 340-UKES (8537).