Spring Breakout! Camp

Enjoy Spring Break at the Steinbach Arts Council!

From March 25-28 (4 days)

Let your child explore their artistic side with a variety of activities including music, theater, visual arts, culinary arts, and dance! Our experienced camp directors and instructors will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.

Ages:  5-8 (FULL please call for waitlist) | 9-12 (Available for registration)

Location: 304 Second St, Steinbach MB
Camp Fee: $130 + SAC Membership

Spring Breakout! Camp Sponsor

Campers Activities

Music & Visual Arts

Children will engage in music activities through singing, rhythm activities, and basic instrument introduction, as well as unleash their artistic talents through painting, drawing, and craft projects.


We have theatre activties such as improvisation, storytelling, and basic acting techniques, offering a creative and enriching experience for young performers.

Culinary Arts

Campers will enjoy fun activities such as cupcake decorating, creating creative desserts, and exploring ingredients, providing a delicious and educational experience for future chefs.


Our camp activities include fun and engaging dance sessions, where children can learn various dance styles, express themselves through movement, and participate in dance games and activities

Frequently Asked Questions

Parent and Guardian Camp Information

• Parents need to sign in and out for each day of camp. Your child will only be able to leave camp once you have signed them out. If your child is sick, we kindly ask that you keep them at home. If your child will be away, please have someone call SAC and leave a message.

• Our camps run from 8:45 am to 4:00 pm. There will be supervision for 10 minutes after 4 pm for pick up. Please ensure that you arrive on time to start and finish your child's day. 

• Your child will need to bring a small snack and a lunch each day. Please DO NOT send any nuts or nut products as there are campers with allergies.

• Please make sure to label all your child's personal belongings. Your child is responsible for what they bring to camp. They will be asked to keep all electronics in their bag. The Steinbach Arts Council is not responsible or liable for damaged, lost, or stolen items.

• Please ensure that your child brings all necessary medication such as epi-pens, inhalers, and prescribed medication.

• Please send your child with a water bottle as it is important for them to stay hydrated.

Cellphones, tablets, laptops, iPads, MP3 Players, and money. If these items are brought to camp, your camper(s) will be asked to safely store them in the SAC office until they can be brought home.

It is extremely important that you follow the guidelines listed below to ensure your campers’ health and safety.

• It is the policy of The Steinbach Arts Council that all camper medications (prescription or otherwise) are acknowledged upon registration of the camp for the child’s safety

• EpiPens: If your child has a potentially fatal allergy, please send two EpiPens to camp. Anaphylaxis Canada suggests that at least two doses of epinephrine should always be available because a second dose could be required 10-20 minutes after the first dose if the reaction continues.

• Inhalers: Inhalers that are used regularly can be kept by our directors who will make sure that your child takes it on a regular schedule as specified on your registration form.

• All prescription medications must be sent to Camp in the original container, with dispensing instructions written in English.

If your child becomes ill or injured while at camp, immediate care will be provided. If further medical attention is required, we will contact the parent or transport to the Bethesda Hospital if necessary.

Photographs and videos are taken by Spring Break Out! Camp staff throughout the camp to use in SAC slide shows for concerts, posted in our online website, Facebook, Instagram and may be used for marketing purposes such as posters and brochures. These photographs and videos will become the property of The Steinbach Arts Council. Please contact the camp office with any questions or privacy issues. You will be asked to sign a waiver at the time of registration.

Our staff is a very dedicated group of young adults and adults who are carefully selected for their creative skills including arts training, leadership abilities and sincere interest in your child’s creativity.

Before camp, parents and caregivers should discuss behavioural expectations for camp. Camp offers an excellent venue for learning problem-solving skills, and subsequently, campers are involved in each step of the resolution process when problems occur. If behavioural problems arise, we follow this procedure:

• The camper works out a solution with their camp leader.

• If further intervention is required, a Programs Coordinator or Manager will be involved in the
problem-solving process.

• If behaviour problems persist, the camper’s parent or guardian may be contacted to ask for
guidance and be involved in the resolution process.

• If behaviour issues continue and negatively impact the camp experience of other campers
(including, but not limited to, violent conduct), a camper may be sent home.

• Violence is not tolerated and will result in the camper being sent home

• If the camper’s parent cancels the child’s registration 2 weeks prior to the camp start date, the full Camp Registration Fee will be reimbursed less a $20 Administration Fee.

• If the cancellation is made less than two weeks prior to the start date of camp, no refunds will be issued.

• Please note that the SAC Membership is non-refundable.

The Steinbach Dodge Creative Kids Bursary Program is open to anyone in need of financial support, with a focus on making quality arts and culture recreation more accessible to those who will benefit from our programs. This fund aims to eliminate barriers for families and create opportunities for children in the area.

Applying is easy. For instructions on how to apply, please click here.

🍁 The Steinbach Arts Council acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we live and work is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Ininiw, Anishiniw, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

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