Each program day will start in your sub-camp. Wake to the call of the Kudu horn as the sun rises over the field of tents. Your sub-camp chiefs will welcome you to your day with a smile, your program schedule, the weather forecast, and all the information you need to for another day of epic awesome fun.
You will head off to your hot breakfast before embarking on the days adventures.
Every morning hot coffee and tea will be available for the Scouters. At each sub-camp HQ, fresh drinking water will be available to fill your water bottles.You will also find garbage bags, an informative bulletin board, and a cheery Scouter to answer all your questions.
Delicious and nutritious meals are prepared by our caterer … snacks and treats will be available throughout the day. Maybe even a surprise Popsicle on those hot sunny days. The Centennial Cub Jamboree will be an opportunity to have fun and meet new friends from across Canada in Cubbing!!
Cubs are accompanied by their Cub Scouters to each of the exciting Program Areas. Friendly Program Scouter(s) will greet you and lead you through the activity. There are 4 program days, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday filled with fun and exciting activities based on the new Canadian Path and the Cub Achievement (Badge) Program.
In past years, FUN program activities included: Archery, Rockets, Bandar-log village, fire building, crayfish catching, and the obstacle course, to name just a few including numerous learning games, skill games, steam off games, as well as crafts, songs & stories.
Each evening after dinner Cubs with their accompanying Scouters are invited to join in optional activities. Campers that need some quiet time are encouraged to visit their camp-headquarters for puzzles, crafts and quiet activities.
Care Corp team is available for Cubs or Scouters that need spiritual and emotional support. We want you to feel that this camp is your home for the week.
Program evenings will conclude with a campfire in your sub-camp and mug-up provided by the sub-camp teams.