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Yes, it's summer, but you can sign your kids up for Port Coquitlam fall camps

Port Coquitlam's fall leisure guide is out for recreation programs for children, youth, adults and seniors, and registration is opening soon.
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Children's day camps, fall events, games, crafts, swimming and seniors activities happening in Port Coquitlam.

It's true, we're just getting a bit of a long-awaited summer, but fall is not far off.

Port Coquitlam is set to offer a wide variety of programs starting in September so residents of all ages can move, create and connect this fall with Pro-D day camps, skating, sports, fitness, visual and performing arts classes, swimming lessons and more.
Registration will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday (July 26) for Port Coquitlam residents, and 8 a.m. next Friday (July 29) for the general public.

Residents can view the full range of programs in the fall leisure guide, also available on the City of Port Coquitlam's website

Online registration will soon be open for the following programs:

  • Day Camps
    • Pro-D Day and Winter Break Camps are back this year. Learn to skate, explore the wonder of art, or have a full day of fun and participate in games, crafts, swimming and other themed activities. Half day and full day camps are available.
  • Events
  • Seniors Activities (adults ages 60 and older)
    • This fall, seniors are invited to participate in activities from line dancing to art classes. There will also be special events such as Monthly Socials.
  • Family Imagination Studio
    • Saturday afternoons for families to get creative together. Registration for families of up to five participants.
  • Visual and performing arts classes (all ages)
    • Learn some new moves with a dance class, get your hands messy with clay, or take part in a free workshop with one of the City’s Artists-in-Residence.
  • Swimming Lessons (all ages)
  • Public Skating programs and lessons (all ages)
  • Fitness (ages 12 and older)

New for residents is online booking for squash and racquetball courts at Hyde Creek Recreation Centre.
Residents can go online to book one-hour time blocks for the squash and racquetball courts at Hyde Creek Recreation Centre, or contact the facility directly by email:
Here's how to get funding support for recreation programs
The city offers a variety of supports and resources to ensure all residents have the opportunity to get involved in recreation programs. Eligible families can receive a 75 per cent discount on activities, including camps, through the Financial Assistance Program. 
Families can also apply for an Individual Child Grant through Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Program. 
Additionally, the Recreation 1:1 Program Support provides accessible and inclusive opportunities for children or youth in registered activities.

The following general guidelines apply for registered program access (full details available at"

  • Participants are required to set up a free account at
  • All participants (all ages) must pre-register for all registered drop-in activities
  • Participants may withdraw from their session online up to 48 hours in advance with no penalty. If you require support, please call 604-927-PLAY(7529) or