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Wednesday July 28, 2021
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flutterers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 7
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flippers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Wednesday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Screenings
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Cards
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Food Explorer's Programs - Food Explorer's Camp (Ages 7-12)
Summer Camp: Join Food Explorers for a week of cooking and learning about food from all Around the World! Each day you’ll learn about a different country and the different foods that they eat. Then, you’ll make two of those recipes! Get ready to try some new recipes and have fun. You’ll be making things like Greek Quesadillas, Tiramisu Cups and Summer Spring Rolls! All recipes are nut free and each child will make their own individual portion.Summer Camp is for ages 7 & up.Fall Programming: Join Food Explorers to make some famous Tik Tok recipes! Pancake Cereal? Breakfast Charcuterie Boards? Apple Pie Quesadillas? Four Fold Tortillas? We’re making them all and learning about food and cooking at the same time! Each child will make their own portion, and all recipes are nut free but may contain dairy and eggs.Dates: Fridays, 10/8-10/29Time: 3:45-4:45pmFee: $75 R | $80 NRAges: 7-12
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    NEW! Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep - Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Prep
Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep This 7-week running program is geared towards beginner and intermediate/beginner runners who want to prep for a 5k race! This program is designed for runners to be prepared for the Lobster Loop 5k on Sunday, August 29. No previous running experience is necessary! How the program works: Runners will meet once a week to train and exercise as a group under the instruction of CHS Varsity Track & Field Coach, Tim O'Donnell. Coach O'Donnell has over 30 years of coaching experience and will create a program to help each runner meet their own goals. In addition to meeting weekly, each participant will receive a weekly running plan to do on their own time. Who Can Join: The program is designed for runners 12 years and older. Families, friends and running buddies are encouraged to register together! This program is a great way to keep accountable and stay on track with new friends. Please note, group training may include runs on the Farmington River Trail and around Mills Pond Park. While "buddy running" will be encouraged there will be instances when runners will not be directly supervised by the instructor. Lobster Loop Prize Pack: One lucky program participant will be randomly selected to win a running prize pack supplied by Canton Middle School PTO.Session Locations: Wed. 7/14 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 7/21 - Mills PondWed. 7/28 - Canton Rails to Trails; park at the lot by the Canton Historical Museum/ Crown and HammerWed. 8/4 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 8/11 - Mills PondWed. 8/18 - Rails to Trails (same as 7/28)Wed. 8/25 - CHS/CMS TrackThis program does not include race registration. Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Canton/LobsterLoop5K to register for the Lobster Loop today! While outdoors, masks are not required. Please note, COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/28: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:45 PM    Board of Selectmen
 
Thursday July 29, 2021
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flutterers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 7
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Thursday Wii Bowlers
 
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flippers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM    CIP Subcommittee Meeting
 
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM    BINGO
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Food Explorer's Programs - Food Explorer's Camp (Ages 7-12)
Summer Camp: Join Food Explorers for a week of cooking and learning about food from all Around the World! Each day you’ll learn about a different country and the different foods that they eat. Then, you’ll make two of those recipes! Get ready to try some new recipes and have fun. You’ll be making things like Greek Quesadillas, Tiramisu Cups and Summer Spring Rolls! All recipes are nut free and each child will make their own individual portion.Summer Camp is for ages 7 & up.Fall Programming: Join Food Explorers to make some famous Tik Tok recipes! Pancake Cereal? Breakfast Charcuterie Boards? Apple Pie Quesadillas? Four Fold Tortillas? We’re making them all and learning about food and cooking at the same time! Each child will make their own portion, and all recipes are nut free but may contain dairy and eggs.Dates: Fridays, 10/8-10/29Time: 3:45-4:45pmFee: $75 R | $80 NRAges: 7-12
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/29: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Friday July 30, 2021
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flutterers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 7
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM    Dusky Dolphins - Stroke Clinic - Flippers
Dusky Dolphins - Stroke ClinicDon't wait, register today! This year Dusky Dolphins will be structured a little differently to ensure that proper social distancing of participants and coaches can be maintained. Though this will not be a traditional swim team with meets, this program is a great way for children to work on becoming stronger swimmers. The focus will be on improving technique, speed and stroke refinement while having a safe and fun time in the water. The Dusky Dolphins coaches will be leading the clinics throughout the summer! The stroke clinic will be divided into two groups. Please review the options and register your child for the appropriate level. Flippers: Geared towards beginner swimmers 6-9 years old. Swimmers should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim a complete lap (width). They will learn the foundations of competitive swimming including all four competitive strokes will be taught as well as the corresponding starts, finishes and/or turns. This group will have a ton of fun gaining strength, skill endurance, speed and confidence! Swimmers will swim pool widths for the program. Flutterers: For swimmers 10-14. Swimmers will gain knowledge, stroke technique, strength and speed in all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes all while having fun. Coaches will work on refining strokes and assisting swimmers develop speed and confidence. Swimmers will start swimming pool widths, then transition to long course as the program progresses per coach assessment. Program is held Monday-Friday. Participants may attend all five sessions per week, though it is not required. Coaches include both former and current collegiate swimmers and WSI instructors. Early Bird (on/before 6/1): Flutterers: $155 I Flippers: $130 Fee: Flutterers: $175 I Flippers: $150Schedule: July 1-July 2- 8:00 - 9:00 AM: Flutterers - 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Flippers July 5-July 30- 8:30 - 9:30 AM: Flutterers - 9:45 - 10:30 AM: Flippers Please review Dusky Dolphins safety protocols below (under "additional forms"). Protocol subject to change on an as needed basis. 
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Mah Jongg
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Golden Groove
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Food Explorer's Programs - Food Explorer's Camp (Ages 7-12)
Summer Camp: Join Food Explorers for a week of cooking and learning about food from all Around the World! Each day you’ll learn about a different country and the different foods that they eat. Then, you’ll make two of those recipes! Get ready to try some new recipes and have fun. You’ll be making things like Greek Quesadillas, Tiramisu Cups and Summer Spring Rolls! All recipes are nut free and each child will make their own individual portion.Summer Camp is for ages 7 & up.Fall Programming: Join Food Explorers to make some famous Tik Tok recipes! Pancake Cereal? Breakfast Charcuterie Boards? Apple Pie Quesadillas? Four Fold Tortillas? We’re making them all and learning about food and cooking at the same time! Each child will make their own portion, and all recipes are nut free but may contain dairy and eggs.Dates: Fridays, 10/8-10/29Time: 3:45-4:45pmFee: $75 R | $80 NRAges: 7-12
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/24-7/30 - 7/30: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Saturday July 31, 2021
11:10 AM - 11:55 AM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:10 AM - 11:55 AM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Parent & Child
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:05 PM - 12:50 PM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:05 PM - 12:55 PM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
1:45 PM - 2:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Bomb Shelter CT
 
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 7/31: Lap Swim #1.9
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Sunday August 1, 2021
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
1:45 PM - 2:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/01: Lap Swim #1.9
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Monday August 2, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 8
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 8
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    A Walk to End Alzheimer’s Registration Sign-up
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Arden Courts: Caregiver Burden Scale / Caregiver Burnout Assessment Program
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Commission on Aging
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Every Body’s Exercise Class - Every Body's Exercise- August
Stretch, tone, and flex your way to a healthier you. Mary is a fun loving instructor, telling jokes and wearing crazy costumes- making exercise seem effortless yet so fun. If you think you would like to get out and join a fun loving bunch for some Senior exercise, this is your class! Come and give it a try- you will be hooked on Mary and the class! 
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/02: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Tuesday August 3, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 8
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 8
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Tai Chi
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Remember When...? Support Group
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/03: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Canton Conservation Commission
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Permanent Municipal Building Committee
 
Wednesday August 4, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 8
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 8
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Wednesday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Screenings
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Cards
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    NEW! Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep - Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Prep
Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep This 7-week running program is geared towards beginner and intermediate/beginner runners who want to prep for a 5k race! This program is designed for runners to be prepared for the Lobster Loop 5k on Sunday, August 29. No previous running experience is necessary! How the program works: Runners will meet once a week to train and exercise as a group under the instruction of CHS Varsity Track & Field Coach, Tim O'Donnell. Coach O'Donnell has over 30 years of coaching experience and will create a program to help each runner meet their own goals. In addition to meeting weekly, each participant will receive a weekly running plan to do on their own time. Who Can Join: The program is designed for runners 12 years and older. Families, friends and running buddies are encouraged to register together! This program is a great way to keep accountable and stay on track with new friends. Please note, group training may include runs on the Farmington River Trail and around Mills Pond Park. While "buddy running" will be encouraged there will be instances when runners will not be directly supervised by the instructor. Lobster Loop Prize Pack: One lucky program participant will be randomly selected to win a running prize pack supplied by Canton Middle School PTO.Session Locations: Wed. 7/14 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 7/21 - Mills PondWed. 7/28 - Canton Rails to Trails; park at the lot by the Canton Historical Museum/ Crown and HammerWed. 8/4 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 8/11 - Mills PondWed. 8/18 - Rails to Trails (same as 7/28)Wed. 8/25 - CHS/CMS TrackThis program does not include race registration. Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Canton/LobsterLoop5K to register for the Lobster Loop today! While outdoors, masks are not required. Please note, COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/04: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Thursday August 5, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 8
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 8
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Thursday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM    BINGO
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Summer Concert Series
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/05: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Friday August 6, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 8
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 8
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 8
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Mah Jongg
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Golden Groove
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM    Teen Night sponsored by CYSB
 
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM    Teen Night sponsored by CYSB
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 7/31-8/6 - 8/06: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Saturday August 7, 2021
11:10 AM - 11:55 AM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:10 AM - 11:55 AM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Parent & Child
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:05 PM - 12:50 PM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:05 PM - 12:55 PM    Swim Lessons- Saturdays (6/19-8/7) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate: Swim lessons for Parent/Child and Pre-School will require a parent/guardian to be in the water with the participant at all times. For level 1-3, a parent/guardian is not required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class.• All lessons are 45 minutes long• Lessons are held rain or shine and on holiday; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class. (Listed in the "Additional Forms" section below) Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $63 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Parent & Child: For children 6 months old through 4 years old and their parent (s). Class is a mix of songs and instruction to get your child comfortable in the water.Level 1: For children ages 4 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
1:45 PM - 2:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/07: Lap Swim #1.9
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Sunday August 8, 2021
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
1:45 PM - 2:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/08: Lap Swim #1.9
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Monday August 9, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 9
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 9
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    A Walk to End Alzheimer’s Registration Sign-up
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Ukrainian Egg Decorating Workshop
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Ukrainian Egg Decorating Workshop
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Every Body’s Exercise Class - Every Body's Exercise- August
Stretch, tone, and flex your way to a healthier you. Mary is a fun loving instructor, telling jokes and wearing crazy costumes- making exercise seem effortless yet so fun. If you think you would like to get out and join a fun loving bunch for some Senior exercise, this is your class! Come and give it a try- you will be hooked on Mary and the class! 
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/09: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Youth Services Bureau meeting
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
 
Tuesday August 10, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 9
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 9
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Workout - Chair Workout - August
Chair Exercise ClassThis one-hour class includes warm-up, resistance training, cardio, balance and cool-down/stretch segments using a chair for seated or standing movements. Light weights, stretch bands or a hand towel, and light balls are used. You may bring your own tools or we can provide them. Please bring water!Covid-19 Protocols: Masks required indoors unless fully vaccinated. Social distancing still encouraged during physical fitness classes. 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Tai Chi
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Remember When...? Support Group
 
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM    Bristol Hospital Social Isolation Presentation
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10 Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Canton Hollow Condo Assoc.
 
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Canton Economic Development Agency meeting
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/10: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Wednesday August 11, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 9
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 9
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Community Newsletter planning
 
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Wednesday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Screenings
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Cards
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/11: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    NEW! Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep - Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Prep
Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep This 7-week running program is geared towards beginner and intermediate/beginner runners who want to prep for a 5k race! This program is designed for runners to be prepared for the Lobster Loop 5k on Sunday, August 29. No previous running experience is necessary! How the program works: Runners will meet once a week to train and exercise as a group under the instruction of CHS Varsity Track & Field Coach, Tim O'Donnell. Coach O'Donnell has over 30 years of coaching experience and will create a program to help each runner meet their own goals. In addition to meeting weekly, each participant will receive a weekly running plan to do on their own time. Who Can Join: The program is designed for runners 12 years and older. Families, friends and running buddies are encouraged to register together! This program is a great way to keep accountable and stay on track with new friends. Please note, group training may include runs on the Farmington River Trail and around Mills Pond Park. While "buddy running" will be encouraged there will be instances when runners will not be directly supervised by the instructor. Lobster Loop Prize Pack: One lucky program participant will be randomly selected to win a running prize pack supplied by Canton Middle School PTO.Session Locations: Wed. 7/14 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 7/21 - Mills PondWed. 7/28 - Canton Rails to Trails; park at the lot by the Canton Historical Museum/ Crown and HammerWed. 8/4 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 8/11 - Mills PondWed. 8/18 - Rails to Trails (same as 7/28)Wed. 8/25 - CHS/CMS TrackThis program does not include race registration. Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Canton/LobsterLoop5K to register for the Lobster Loop today! While outdoors, masks are not required. Please note, COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change. 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pension Committee meeting
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    8th Annual Teen Night at the Pool - 8th Annual Teen Night
Canton Parks and Recreation is proud to announce that we will be hosting the 8th annual Teen Night at the Pool!Teen Night will be on Wednesday, August 11th from 7-9pm. Admission is FREE for teen’s ages 12-18. The evening will include fun floats/noodles in the pool, LIVE music with a band from DownRight Music, pizza and snacks. Bring out your friends and chill out at the pool-you won’t want to miss all the fun! Lifeguards will be on duty and aquatics staff will be on site to supervise the festivities. Sponsored by the Canton Youth Services Bureau!This event is completely free! Pre-registration is required. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:45 PM    Board of Selectmen
 
Thursday August 12, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 9
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 9
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Thursday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM    BINGO
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Summer Concert Series
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/12: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency Meeting
 
Friday August 13, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp (Ages 3-5) - Week 9
UPDATE 5/24: Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp will be 9am-12pm this Summer. Campers ages 3 and up must wear face masks at all times while indoors. Staff and children do NOT have to wear face masks while outdoors. Pre-Screening will be required every morning at drop off. Spots are limited this summer, so register soon! Tiny Tots will be held daily at the Canton Community Center- Room D, and not be at Mills Pond Pool this Summer. There will be no pool time this Summer due to the wade pool being closed for the Summer Season.   Tiny Tots Pre-School Camp is a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for your 3-5 year old child while helping them develop separation skills. Tiny Tots prides itself on being a smaller camp with excellent ratios of camper to counselor to ensure your tiny tot receives personalized attention at every point of the day!  Breakdown Schedule for Tiny Tots:  Mondays: Interactive themed craft   Tuesdays: STEAM DAY  Wednesdays: Music and Sensory day Thursdays: Book Buddies or education through play  Friday: Interactive themed craft *Activities are subject to change this summer due to COVID19*     Per Week: Early Bird rate (ends 4/30)- $ 129 R ($149 NR)Regular Rate (starts 5/1)- $155 R ($175 NR)  Total Tots Package (Includes all 9-weeks of camp for 9am-12pm): Early Bird- $1,095 R ($1,115 NR) Ends 4/30Regular Rate- $1,320 R($1,340 NR) Starts 5/12021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle Adventures              Monkeys, panthers and snakes... oh my! Tiny Tots will explore the               wildlife of the Jungle this week in Jungle Adventures. Week 2: Around the World in 5 Days              Tots will explore different cultures and countries this week in Tiny Tots               Pre-School Camp.Week 3: Under the Sea               Grab your scuba gear and let's explore the deep blue sea! Tots will                learn all about ocean animals and explore nature. Week 4: Color Exploration               Rainbows and color mixing, tots will explore all different colors this                week in tiny tots. Week 5: Winter in July                Tots will cool off this week in camp with doing winter themed                activities and crafts. Week 6: Space Explorer               Is it a moon, star, or planet? Tots will learn about what is in space!Week 7: Campology              You are never too young to start doing science experiments! This                week in camp, tiny tots will do crafts and activities that are scieney. Week 8: I Spy... Mysteries!               We need the best young detectives this week at camp to help us               solve different mysteries and clues: Who left the foot print behind?Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!              Tots will explore the magic of the movies with some fun silver screen crafts.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 9
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 9
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 1
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 3
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 2
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
10:50 AM - 11:30 AM    Swim Lessons: Session III (8/2-8/13) - Level 4
American Red Cross Learn to SwimUpdate:  For level 1-4, a parent/guardian is no longer required to be in the water with the students. It is recommended that even if a particular class is full to still register to be on the wait list as we may be able to open the classes to more swimmers. You will not be charged if you register on the wait list, only when participant is admitted into the class. • All lessons are 40 minutes long• Each session is 2 weeks long meeting Monday-Friday• Lessons are held rain or shine; in the event of a lighting or thunder storm class will be cancelled• Please review all swim lesson guidelines and pool rules prior to registering for the class (listed in the "Additional Forms" section below). Covid-19 protocols subject to change. • Note: There are no make-up classes and students may not attend other classes; we do not pro-rate swimming lessons. • Fee: $73 per session (Pool members pay $58 per session)* Be sure to register for a pool membership first to get a discount*Level 1: For children ages 5 & up. Teaches basic water safety and skills to help children feel comfortable in the water.Level 2: For children ages 5 & up. Participants build on fundamental skills and will learn to float without support and to recover in a vertical position. Students begin working on the foundation for stroke development.Level 3: For children ages 5 & up. Participants will learn survival float, swim the front crawl and elementary backstroke. They will be introduced to scissors and dolphin kicks.Level 4: For children ages 4 & up. Participants will improve their skills and increase endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke). Start to learn back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.Covid-19 protocols subject to change. Please continue to check website for updates. 
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Mah Jongg
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Golden Groove
 
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.1
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.2
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.3
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.4
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.5
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.6
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.7
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Lap Swim Registration: 8/7-8/13 - 8/13: Lap Swim #1.8
Lap swim - Register to swim laps during public swim waves Lap swim will continue to be offered by request during regular public pool sessions. Only one lane will be open with a maximum of two swimmers in the lane at one time . Lap swim will be limited to 45 minutes during busier time to allow for a rotation of people. All lap swimmers must register for a swim time.Lap swim will be available online and in-person. The front desk will have a list of available lap swim times. 
 
Saturday August 14, 2021
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Music on Main in Collinsville
 
Monday August 16, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 10
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    A Walk to End Alzheimer’s Registration Sign-up
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tales, Trials & Treats Poetry class
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Every Body’s Exercise Class - Every Body's Exercise- August
Stretch, tone, and flex your way to a healthier you. Mary is a fun loving instructor, telling jokes and wearing crazy costumes- making exercise seem effortless yet so fun. If you think you would like to get out and join a fun loving bunch for some Senior exercise, this is your class! Come and give it a try- you will be hooked on Mary and the class! 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Canton Republican Town Committee meeting
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Board of Finance Regular Meeting
 
Tuesday August 17, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 10
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tales, Trials & Treats Poetry class
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Workout - Chair Workout - August
Chair Exercise ClassThis one-hour class includes warm-up, resistance training, cardio, balance and cool-down/stretch segments using a chair for seated or standing movements. Light weights, stretch bands or a hand towel, and light balls are used. You may bring your own tools or we can provide them. Please bring water!Covid-19 Protocols: Masks required indoors unless fully vaccinated. Social distancing still encouraged during physical fitness classes. 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Tai Chi
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Remember When...? Support Group
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Canton Board of Ethics meeting
 
7:15 PM - 9:00 PM    Canton Energy Committee meeting
 
Wednesday August 18, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 10
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Wednesday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Screenings
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Cards
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Therapeutic Putty with McLean
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    NEW! Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep - Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Prep
Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep This 7-week running program is geared towards beginner and intermediate/beginner runners who want to prep for a 5k race! This program is designed for runners to be prepared for the Lobster Loop 5k on Sunday, August 29. No previous running experience is necessary! How the program works: Runners will meet once a week to train and exercise as a group under the instruction of CHS Varsity Track & Field Coach, Tim O'Donnell. Coach O'Donnell has over 30 years of coaching experience and will create a program to help each runner meet their own goals. In addition to meeting weekly, each participant will receive a weekly running plan to do on their own time. Who Can Join: The program is designed for runners 12 years and older. Families, friends and running buddies are encouraged to register together! This program is a great way to keep accountable and stay on track with new friends. Please note, group training may include runs on the Farmington River Trail and around Mills Pond Park. While "buddy running" will be encouraged there will be instances when runners will not be directly supervised by the instructor. Lobster Loop Prize Pack: One lucky program participant will be randomly selected to win a running prize pack supplied by Canton Middle School PTO.Session Locations: Wed. 7/14 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 7/21 - Mills PondWed. 7/28 - Canton Rails to Trails; park at the lot by the Canton Historical Museum/ Crown and HammerWed. 8/4 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 8/11 - Mills PondWed. 8/18 - Rails to Trails (same as 7/28)Wed. 8/25 - CHS/CMS TrackThis program does not include race registration. Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Canton/LobsterLoop5K to register for the Lobster Loop today! While outdoors, masks are not required. Please note, COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change. 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Oxbow Ridge Townhouse Meeting
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Canton Planning & Zoning Commission meeting
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Canton Center Historic District meeting
 
Thursday August 19, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 10
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Thursday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Nutritious Grocery Shopping
 
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM    BINGO
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Summer Concert Series
 
Friday August 20, 2021
4:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10- Aftercare
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program All 10 Weeks
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Counselor-in-Training Summer 2021 - C.I.T Program Week 10
UPDATE 5/12/2021: The C.I.T. Program is now open and applications will close by May 24th. C.I.T.'S are expected to attend 4 weeks or more for Summer 2021. C.I.T.'s will lead special events and activity stations with the Camp Assistant Supervisor or Head Camp Counselor. The C.I.T.'s will be in person and on site this Summer for the Explorers Day Camp (ages 5-12). C.I.T.'s are expected to wear face masks at all times and follow all Canton Parks and Recreation staff procedures and protocols. What is the C.I.T. program?Canton Parks and Recreation Department is seeking responsible, outgoing, 14 and half-17 year olds interested in working with children in a fun, fast paced, outdoor setting during the summer. C.I.T.’s (Counselors in Training) will assist camp counselors with planning and leading activities, supervising campers both on site and on field trips and other duties as needed. There will also be weekly “Leadership Workshops” to help C.I.T.’s develop leadership skills and team building!Benefits of becoming a C.I.T.Being a C.I.T. is extremely rewarding and is a great resume builder for college. Also, top performing C.I.T.’s will be given preferential consideration during the hiring process when they are eligible to apply for a paid position and openings exist.Application ProcessInterested individuals are required to complete an application form and attach a reference letter from a non-family member (teacher, coach, etc). Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021. Application materials must be dropped off to the Parks and Recreation Office by no later than May 24, 2021 to be considered. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. There are a limited number of C.I.T.'s that will be admitted into the summer 2021 program so do not wait to apply.AdmissionAfter completing an interview, successful candidates will receive an acceptance letter into the C.I.T. program.Candidates must then submit $80 per week- a minimum of 4 weeks is required in order to qualify as a candidate.Upon acceptance, if you are interested in doing the entire summer, all 9 weeks of camp, the price will be $700 (about one week for free)!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Explorers Day Camp- Summer 2021 - Week 10
Explorers Day Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth to make new friends, participate in a variety of activities and create memories that last a lifetime! The program includes a variety of outdoor activities at the park including team games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers swim daily at Mills Pond Pool; and they enjoy weekly visits from the Rolling Videogames Truck and stations of speciality projects and/or crafts. *Activities are subject to change* Explorers Day Camp will have different stations throughout the day, and can change each week. Some of these stations include: Arts & Crafts Station, Memory/Sensory Game Station, Wilderness Station, Sports Station, Gardening Station and more!Camp is held Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm at Mills Pond Park. (4-5:30pm for aftercare with the exception of Fridays IF camp is inside at the Community Center then aftercare wil end at 5:00pm)In the event of bad weather the program may be relocated to the Canton Community Center. Parents will be notified of the new pick up location via e-mail or updates through the Remind Application. The class code to get in the Remind Education Application is: @expdaycamp.Explorers Price Per Week:       -Regular price starting 5/1: $215 R | $225 NRCOVID-19 Updates: Due to COVID19 Explorer's Summer Camp will average around 20 children per group and in total there will be 3 groups or be split into smaller groups of an average of 10 campers per 1 counselor.Campers are required to bring a face mask with them every day and will only be worn when indoors, walking through the Mills Pond Pool House and inside the Rolling Video Games truck. Campers will have longer pool swim time during select weeks.  Explorer's Day Camp is now offering Aftercare ONLY from 4-5:30pm daily! In the event that there is a rain date on a Friday (we are inside the Canton Community Center), aftercare will end at 5:00pm and no refunds will be given. Aftercare numbers must be 5 campers per group (groups 1-3 of camp). In the event that numbers are not meant 1 week prior to the start of camp, aftercare will be cancelled for that week with refunds issues ONLY to families who are registered to attend aftercare. In order to ensure the success of running aftercare this summer- We will not be given refunds for aftercare 10 business days before the start of aftercare. 2021 Themes: Week 1: Jungle AdventuresWeek 2: Around the World in 5 DaysWeek 3: Survivor Week Week 4: Color WarsWeek 5: Winter in July (NOTE: 7/5- camp will outside strictly. If there is bad weather, camp may be cancelled)Week 6: Space ExplorerWeek 7: I Spy... Mysteries! Week 8: Summer Olympics Week Week 9: Lights, Camera, Action!Week 10: CampologyGroup request deadlinesPlease follow the list below for when requests will not be taken under consideration by the ending date: Week 2- 6/14Week 3- 6/21Week 4- 6/28Week 5- 7/6Week 6- 7/12Week 7- 7/19Week 8- 7/26Week 9- 8/2Week 10- 8/9*Please keep in mind that even with requests sent in before the above deadlines, requests are still not guaranteed. Groups will be e-mailed out 1-3 days before the start of the camp week. Explorers Day Camp's general enrollment and aftercare now has deadlines to register for camp. Please view the deadlines below for Weekly Camp enrollment, aftercare enrollment and group requests to be sent in. Camp Enrollment and Aftercare Deadlines: Aftercare deadlines will will now match the general camp enrollment deadline on the Friday by 4:30pm before that week of camp starts. Example for Week 3 (that runs 6/28-7/2) of camp then enrollment will be 6/25. There will be no exceptions for general camp enrollment for late registrations. Refunds will not be issued for aftercare within 10 business days to the start of camp for that week.Dates for Signing up for Camp/Aftercare: Week 3- 6/25 Week 4- 7/2 Week 5- 7/9 Week 6- 7/16 Week 7- 7/23 Week 8- 7/30Week 9- 8/6 Week 10- 8/13 Refund deadlines for aftercare (no refunds will be issued on the date below and all dates after): Week 4- 6/21Week 5- 6/28Week 6- 7/5Week 7- 7/12Week 8- 7/19Week 9- 7/26Week 10- 8/2Monday July 5th, town buildings will be closed for the holiday. In the event of rain/bad weather, Explorers Day Camp will be cancelled as camp will not be able to move into the Community Center. No refunds will be given. Please keep in mind that our Parent Handbook, policies, protocols (especially pertaining to COVID-19), scheduling and activities are subject to change in order to provide the best atmosphere for your child while following what the State of Connecticut and the Farmington Valley Health Department release.
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Mah Jongg
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Golden Groove
 
Saturday August 21, 2021
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Music on Main in Collinsville
 
Monday August 23, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    A Walk to End Alzheimer’s Registration Sign-up
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tales, Trials & Treats Poetry class
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Veteran’s Coffee Hour
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Every Body’s Exercise Class - Every Body's Exercise- August
Stretch, tone, and flex your way to a healthier you. Mary is a fun loving instructor, telling jokes and wearing crazy costumes- making exercise seem effortless yet so fun. If you think you would like to get out and join a fun loving bunch for some Senior exercise, this is your class! Come and give it a try- you will be hooked on Mary and the class! 
 
Tuesday August 24, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tales, Trials & Treats Poetry class
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Chair Workout - Chair Workout - August
Chair Exercise ClassThis one-hour class includes warm-up, resistance training, cardio, balance and cool-down/stretch segments using a chair for seated or standing movements. Light weights, stretch bands or a hand towel, and light balls are used. You may bring your own tools or we can provide them. Please bring water!Covid-19 Protocols: Masks required indoors unless fully vaccinated. Social distancing still encouraged during physical fitness classes. 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Tai Chi
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Remember When...? Support Group
 
Wednesday August 25, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM    Wednesday Wii Bowlers
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    10 Warning Signs – Dementia
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Screenings
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Cards
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    6th Annual Pooch Plunge - Pooch Plunge
Why should people have all FUN? Bring your dogs out for the 6th annual Pooch Plunge on Wednesday, August 25 from 5:30-7:30pm after the pool closes for the season. We invite social, well behaved dogs that play well with others. Dogs should have current vaccinations and tags. This event is for K-9's only. People will not be allowed in the water with the pups. Admission is $10.00 per dog, spectators are welcome though we recommend a donation. Proceeds benefit the Canton Dog Park. Pre-registration is recommended. Rain date Thursday, August 26 from 5:30-7:30pm. Please note, the main pool will be open for this event; wade pool is closed. 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    NEW! Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep - Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Prep
Couch to 5k: Lobster Loop Run Prep This 7-week running program is geared towards beginner and intermediate/beginner runners who want to prep for a 5k race! This program is designed for runners to be prepared for the Lobster Loop 5k on Sunday, August 29. No previous running experience is necessary! How the program works: Runners will meet once a week to train and exercise as a group under the instruction of CHS Varsity Track & Field Coach, Tim O'Donnell. Coach O'Donnell has over 30 years of coaching experience and will create a program to help each runner meet their own goals. In addition to meeting weekly, each participant will receive a weekly running plan to do on their own time. Who Can Join: The program is designed for runners 12 years and older. Families, friends and running buddies are encouraged to register together! This program is a great way to keep accountable and stay on track with new friends. Please note, group training may include runs on the Farmington River Trail and around Mills Pond Park. While "buddy running" will be encouraged there will be instances when runners will not be directly supervised by the instructor. Lobster Loop Prize Pack: One lucky program participant will be randomly selected to win a running prize pack supplied by Canton Middle School PTO.Session Locations: Wed. 7/14 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 7/21 - Mills PondWed. 7/28 - Canton Rails to Trails; park at the lot by the Canton Historical Museum/ Crown and HammerWed. 8/4 - CHS/CMS TrackWed. 8/11 - Mills PondWed. 8/18 - Rails to Trails (same as 7/28)Wed. 8/25 - CHS/CMS TrackThis program does not include race registration. Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Canton/LobsterLoop5K to register for the Lobster Loop today! While outdoors, masks are not required. Please note, COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:45 PM    Board of Selectmen
 
Thursday August 26, 2021
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Thursday Wii Bowlers
 
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM    BINGO
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Summer Concert Series
 
Friday August 27, 2021
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Cafe - Dining
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Canton Café - Prep
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Mah Jongg
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Golden Groove
 
Saturday August 28, 2021
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Music on Main in Collinsville