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What are Maker Cube’s Spring Break Camps?

Our Spring Break Camps in Langley provide a creative and educational environment for kids to explore hands on STEM activities, including pottery, CNC machines, woodworking, 3D printing, and more!

Who can join Youth Camps?

Maker Cube Camps are designed for ages 8 to 12 to ensuring a cohesive experience where all participants can work at a compatible pace. A separate afterschool camp for 13 to 17 is available for April onwards.

Where are the camps located?

The camps are held at 104B 5947 206A Street in Langley, near KPU Langley. Click here to see a map!

What activities are included in the camps?

Activities range from hands-on maker projects to tech exploration, all under professional supervision. Icebreakers and games will also be included to keep kids engaged, never letting the fun stop!

How can I register my child for a camp?

You can register online through our website or contact us directly at [email protected]

Are there any safety measures in place?

Yes, child safety is our top priority. We have strict safety protocols and experienced staff to ensure a safe environment.

Is there a discount for siblings or multiple sessions?

We offer special discounts for families enrolling multiple children or signing up for multiple sessions. Please contact us for more details.

What do kids need to bring to the camp?

Kids should bring a snack (or lunch for full day sessions), a water bottle, and comfortable clothing. All materials for activities are provided.

Which schools do you serve?

We support all youth from the local community, primarily in the Surrey and Langley school districts. This includes but is not limited to elementary school, middle school and high schools:

Alex Hope, Blacklock, Dorothy Peacock, Glenwood, James Kennedy, Langley Meadows, Noel Booth, Peterson Road, Short Reed, Uplands, Wix-Brown, West Langley, Simonds, North Otter, Lynn Fripps, Gordon Greenwood, Coghlan Fundamental, Alice Brown, Fort Langley, James Hill, Langley Fundamental, Nicomekl , Parkside, Bulpitt, Topham, Willoughby, Betty Gilbert, Peter Ewart, HD Stafford, HD Stafford, Yorkson Creek, Langley Fundamental, Aldergrove community, Langley Secondary, Walnut Grove, RE Mountain, Brookswood, DW Poppy, Vanguard, AHP Matthew, AJ McLellan, Adams Road, Bayridge, Bear Creek, Berkshire Park, Bothwell, Boundary Park, Cambridge, Chantrelle Creek, Chimney Hill, Clayton Heights, Coast Meridian, Colebrook, Cougar Creek, Coyote Creek, David Brankin, Dogwood, Don Christian, Earl Marriott, East Kensington, KB Woodward, Frank Hurt, Fraser Heights, Fraser Wood, Frost Road, George Greenaway, Goldstone Park, Grandview Heights, Green Timbers, Guildford Park, HT Thrift, Ecole Henry Bose, JT Brown, James Ardiel, Jessie Lee, Johnson Heights, Kwantlen Park, LA Matheson, Laronde, Latimer Road, Lord Tweedsmuir, MB Sandford, Martha Currie, McLeod Road Traditional, Morgan, Mountainview Montessori, Newton, North Surrey, Ocean Cliff, Pacific Heights, Panorama Ridge, Princess Margaret, Riverdale, Rosemary Heights, Salish, Semiahmoo, Semiahmoo Trail, Simon Cunningham, Sullivan, Sullivan Heights, Sunnyside, Surrey Centre, Sunrise Ridge, Surrey Traditional, Tamanawis, WE Kinvig, White Rock, William F Davidson, Woodland Park, and Woodward Hill.