Are meals provided? Regular Day Camp will include lunch and afternoon Tuck. LDC and Foundations will be including supper as well.
What time is drop-off and pickup? For our Regular Day Camps, registration is open at 9:30am and pickup would be at 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. LDC and Foundations will be running from aprox. 930am-9pm
Are camp sponsorships and the sibling discounts still available? Yes, both of those are still options for our Day Camps and are available for selection within our revised Registration.
What might a normal day at day camp all include? A camper's day starts around 930am and is filled with great food, chapel encounters, several skill slots, fun rec games, free time, 'cabin activities' and tuck!
Can I send my child to more than one week of Day Camps? Yes, so long as there is still space available, your child is welcome to attend!
What if I already registered for Summer Camp? Our registration process has been revised for our Day Camp programs. Please sign into our registration page again and fill out the new forms. There you will be able to request a refund, donate some or all of your cancelled registration fees or sign up for a Day Camp and have your funds transferred over.
What happens if my camper comes into contact with someone with COVID-19 or is tested positive for COVID-19? Unfortunately, if your camper is tested positive for COVID-19 or comes into contact with someone who tested positive, they cannot join us at Day Camp. We are committed to fully refunding families who find themselves in this situation.
Will transportation be provided? We are currently unable to offer transportation. If that option becomes available we will be posting on social media and letting everyone registered know through email communications.
What should my child bring to camp? A water bottle, sunscreen, closed-toed shoes, a hat and a bible, pen and notebook would be helpful for them to have during our Day Camps!
What are skills and how many do campers get to do? At BCBC each camper gets to participate in several daily skills (like canoing, archery, sports, crafts etc...). Younger campers will get to cycle through our various skills while older campers will get to choose from several options everyday. We are doing our best to bring out various skills from camp and adapting them to be compliant with our local government health regulations.