Artistic Zone



With the help of a professional magician (a member of Canadian champion of magic Marc Trudel’s team), learn all kinds of magic tricks to impress your family and friends! During the week, you will explore different themes like magic with cards, magic on stage, mentalism, micromagic, etc.

Each day, we offer a performance and workshops with the professional magician (on-site four half-days through the week), combined with learning many tricks using everyday things, therefore easy to replicate at home. This camp also offers sports and magic-related recreational activities.

Presentation of micromagic tricks in front of parents and friends on Friday afternoon.


Activities in this camp are the same every week. Therefore, you cannot register your child for it twice.



Summer is over
Information for the 2024 season will be available no later than February 15, 2024.

Camp availability

Summer is over
Information for the 2024 season will be available no later than February 15, 2024.

We keep them busy from dawn to dusk!

Learn how the days unfold at our camps and be ready when you arrive with us.

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Understanding tax deductions

When you pay for day camps, the amount paid is eligible as childcare expenses on your income tax return. By considering the deductions and credits provided for in the Quebec and Canadian tax laws, this amount is significantly reduced.

All taxpayers are entitled to relief, but the amounts of deductions and credits vary according to income and family situation.

At the provincial level

The provincial tax credit reimburses between 67% and 78% of the amount paid in childcare expenses. The percentage applied is based on family income.

At the federal level

The federal tax credit is a deduction of the amount of the fees paid from the lower income of the parents. Thus, the amount paid in childcare expenses reduces the income and saves the tax payable on the equivalent amount declared as childcare expenses.

By February 28 of the year following the summer for which the childcare expenses were paid, we issue a Statement of Child Care Expenses (RL-24 Slip) that you can print through your online enrollment file and use for your provincial and federal tax returns.

This information, based on tax file data for the year 2023, is intended to provide a summary of deductions and credits and is for information purposes only. Since there are many different family situations, please refer to a professional or to the documentation provided by the governments for full details.