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 FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SUMMER CAMP WITH MVG 

What activities will my child be doing?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Morning Movement: bounce houses & open gym play time

  • Weekly theme-related stories & music

  • Snack (provided by gym, but campers may bring their own food)

  • Structured gymnastics lessons

  • Weekly themed art projects & activities 

  • Classroom play-based stations & open gym

  • Home time/optional "Lunch Bunch" 

  • Structured gymnastics lessons

  • Open gym play time 

  • Snack (provided by gym, but children may bring their own)

  • Crafts & games

  • Field trips to locations such as the Gifford Aquatic Center, Majestic Theater, Skate Factory, bowling alley, local parks, scavenger hunts, & ball sports at the IG Center

  • Home time/optional extended care 

Small Wonders Schedule
Main Gym Schedule

​*Children may stay at the gym during field trips to play games and do crafts if parents prefer or if children need to be picked up early.

What should my child bring to camp?

Main Gym Campers

Come wearing athletic wear/leotard with outerwear for field trips 
Lunch and refillable water bottle (*Lunch is provided at the Main Gym on Fridays)
Swim suit, sunscreen, and towel (swimming day)


*NO electronic devices are permitted (including smart watches, cell phones, & handheld games)
*Please label everything

Small Wonders Campers

Children should come wearing athletic wear or a leotard

Refillable water bottle

Snacks are provided but kids can bring their own 

Athletic wear/leotard 

Spare set of clothes (just in case)

Lunch for kids staying for "Lunch Bunch" 12-1:30

*NO electronic devices are permitted (including smart watches, cell phones, & handheld games)

*Please label everything

My child is 5-6 years old, should I enroll him or her in Small Wonders or Main Gym camp?

Children need to have completed kindergarten to enroll at the Main Gym camp. If your child is 5 or 6 and has completed kindergarten, you may choose either camp. Our goal is for each camper to have the most fun and successful experience. Our programs are designed to meet the needs and interests of each age group. 

How does the camp handle children with allergies?

When you register for camp, please indicate any allergies.  Also, when you check your child into camp for the day, please mention your child's allergies and specific directions directly to our staff. 

Please note that we are NOT a peanut-free facility, however, we can make sure children with peanut allergies will get to sit with a friend that has a peanut-free lunch.

What if my camper is ill, or our plans change?

We allow camp days to be rescheduled within the same camp for a $10 change fee.  24 hour advance notice is required to transfer to a different day or week.  Transfers are not guaranteed due to limited space.There are no credits or refunds for unused or canceled days of camp. If your child is sick and cannot attend camp, you may reschedule with a doctor’s note.

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