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Willow Springs Camp

We exist to help lead young people to understand that Jesus Christ is the only Way, Truth and Life in this world. It is through accepting Jesus Christ as the Saviour and King of our lives that we get to walk in true purpose and freedom.

Situated on 14 acres of forest, field and waterfront, we value fun and creating adventures together! We laugh and play alongside one another through camp-wide games, tuck shop time, supervised free time (including swimming, boating, and sports) and evening campfires. 

We also connect during activities such as boating (canoeing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding), archery, basketball, crafts, fishing, free swim, mountain biking, outdoor survival, rock climbing and sports!

We are committed to building healthy relationships with one another in our camp community. We devote ourselves to hiring incredible Summer Team Members whose highest priority is to love God and love kids. It is because of our value for community and our smaller camp size that campers have the opportunity to make lifelong friends at WSC!

Around the table during meals, served by our well-trained kitchen team, we eat family style! Meal times are an incredible time for campers and Summer Team Members to connect throughout the day. Nutritious meals are carefully planned and balanced according to the Canada Food Guide. 

During chapel and devotional times, which include speakers, songs and Bible stories, campers learn that God loves them and is always with them!

It is our passion to see the Gospel, fun & adventure and healthy community be built at Willow Springs Camp!



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Willow Springs Camp is a Summer Camp for children ages 6-16! We are a place where the Good News of Jesus, community, fun and adventure meet! At WSC, we place a high emphasis on relationships: a relationship with God and relationships with others. We explore and grow in these relationships with one another through shared experiences!


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RHArts Seniors Art Classes Spring 2022

Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts 10268 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill Arts Council is pleased to be providing a variety of art classes at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, and other Richmond Hill locations. Registration is…


Timeless Tales II – The Artifacts – All Ages Writing Contest

King Heritage and Cultural Centre 2920 King Road, King City, Ontario

Arts Society King has partnered with the King Heritage & Cultural Centre to bring you the second annual Timeless Tales Writing Contest. This year six intriguing artifacts have been chosen…


Both Sides Now: Paintings by Gary Evans and Frances Thomas

Latcham Art Centre 2 Park Drive, Stouffville

Latcham Art Centre launches the exhibition Both Sides Now: Paintings by Gary Evans and Frances Thomas. The exhibition is on view from Friday May 20, through Saturday July 2, 2022.…


Speaker Series: Discovering Niagara’s Freedom Trail

Hillary House and Koffler Museum of Medicine 15372 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario

Between 1796 and 1949, the Underground Railroad aided an estimated 40,000 enslaved African Americans in their attempts to escape to 'free states' in the northern part of the United States…


We Made It Hill Potters’ Guild Spring Sale

Burr House Gallery and Tearoom 530 Carrville Road, Richmond Hill

To celebrate the new beginnings heralded by Spring and say good riddance to the 2+ past years, we are hosting an event for all our friends and supporters. Visit with…


Mill Pond Gallery Art Exhibition and Sale

Richmond Hill Group of Artists @ The Mill Pond Gallery 314 Mill Street, Richmond Hill, MT

Welcome to the Mill Pond Gallery! We are open every weekend, with gallery shows changing every two weeks. This beautiful show features the work of 6 of our very talented…

Splash Works Opening Day at Canada’s Wonderland

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Get back to outdoor, poolside fun on May 28 at Canada’s Wonderland water park opening. Splash Works has 20-acres of water attractions including Canada's largest outdoor wave pool, 17 water…

Teddy Bears’ Party at the Elman W. Campbell Museum

Join us on Saturday, May 28, for a Teddy Bears’ Party from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Parent/guardian supervision required, $5/child. Register at play.newmarket.ca. All teddy bears, and their owners…


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