Tiny Township again offers several options for families to spend quality time together.
Back by popular demand, the Fun in a Box series features four new themed experiences. Boxes become available for curbside pickup at Perkinsfield Park every Saturday starting July 10 and while supplies last. The cost is $ 40.00 plus HST.
There is also the Family Game Night Edition which can accommodate up to four participants and is aimed at all ages.
Treat yourself to some “screen-less” family fun this summer with the Minute to Win, our most popular box of 2020. Put your loved ones to the test to test their coordination, problem solving and skills. solve puzzles!
This box includes eight new Minute to Win It challenges and family game nights. Suitable for most ages, with adaptations provided to increase the difficulty level of each challenge. All materials are included.
A youth section is good for 12 to 17 year olds.
Let yourself go with this Fun in a Box containing six different activities, most suitable for young people who love crafts and creative DIY experiences. All specialty items and instructions are included, but some basic household craft materials are needed, such as non-toxic paint, crayons, markers, glue, and scissors.
The box also contains information on youth programs at Tiny, including how to become a youth volunteer or participate in the Youth Advisory Committee.
For children, including toddlers, there is sensory play.
“One of our favorite aspects of recreation is its ability to engage the five senses,” the township noted.
Disconnect from screen time with five unique sensory activities and explore sound, sight, taste, smell and touch. This box was designed for toddlers and preschoolers. Adult assistance is required and all equipment is included.
The best summer day camp can accommodate one participant and is suitable for children four years and older.
At the cottage or at home, the fun of day camp is at your fingertips. Eight of our favorite day camp activities cover a variety of genres, including outdoor exploration, arts and crafts, sports and games, and imaginative play.
All specialty items and instructions are included, but some basic house crafting materials are required; non-toxic paint, pencils, markers, glue and scissors.
The township is once again offering its sports loan program and all the equipment needed to play in your backyard or in your favorite park. Each kit includes an instruction booklet with game rules, sample skill exercises, and links to online video tutorials posted on the Tiny Recreation YouTube channel. Sports available include football, pickleball, tennis, bocce, frisbee golf and horseshoes.
Due to limited quantities, you must reserve your kit in advance by sending an email to [email protected]
Each sports kit is loaned for the summer and can only be booked once per person. If you prefer to book using another method, please contact Recreation Assistant Alison at (705) 526-4204, ext. 290.
For more information on any of the programs, call the Recreation Department at (705) 526-4204, ext. 3 or email [email protected]