Our calendar outlines lots of fun activities, games, crafts, and weekly day trips. Runs July and August. Hours of operations: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm Location: Beaver Valley Community Center, Thornbury

Please Note changes in our Registration/Cancellation policy.

Children can register 24hrs before if space available.  Cancellation requires 3 days notice (72 hrs) as we have a wait list.  Please remove your child from registration if you know that you will be away.  You will be billed for any days that your child was registered and did not attend.

Trips are an extra cost and the fee will cover busing and admission.  Signed consent form will be required.  There will be a couple of days that we will be at the park, so please take note of those days.  We will be providing the opportunity to do some woodworking, sewing and baking during the summer.  We will offer some lunch days at a minimal cost.

Children are allowed to bring their bikes each day.  They must have a proper helmet.  There will be opportunity to go on a bike ride each day.  The bikes can be left in the arena during the week.

Please make sure your child brings the following each day:

– Lunch and snacks

– Water in a refillable bottle

– Sunscreen

– Bathing suit and towel (there may be water activities/games not shown on the calendar)

– Hat

Click here to register.

Read this great article about BVO Summer Fun Day Camp:



4- 12 years of age NEW CHANGES (must be 4 years by Jan. 1, 2020)


$32 per day


If you register and pay in full by June 19, 2020 your rate will be $30 per day. Ability to sign-up for specific days that you require (ex. Mon., Wed., & Fri.,).

You Can Help!

Donate funds, donate food, organize a food drive, or drop off needed items to support our Emergency Services.

Why Donate

Local families are able to access our emergency food cubby, clothing & household items, and fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the year. A parent receives recreational funding to help enroll their child in organized hockey/dance or other activities of their choice. Children of local families receive quality childcare right in their own community. Seniors and caregivers benefit from important information and resources available to maximize their quality of life.

For over 35 years, BVO and its many volunteers have been working hard to enhance the lives of people in The Blue Mountains, from infants to seniors, with quality programs and services. While proceeds from our Treasure Shop sales and government funding go a long way to fund BVO’s good work, financial support from the community is always needed. People give for different reasons and in different ways: to support a cause that is important to them and make an impact in their community; to ensure that their memory lives on in a meaningful way; to help reduce taxes while supporting charitable causes that align with their values. Some hold 3rd party fundraisers, where they participate in an engaging event while having fun and raising money that will help locals in our community when times are tough. 

There are many ways in which you can support BVO, both now and in the future. Please consider giving to BVO to help us continue “making good things happen in our community”.

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