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As the sun sets on another remarkable summer, the Tyndale Summer Day Camp can proudly reflect on its resounding success. With a team of passionate and amazing counselors leading the way, the camp became a beacon of joy for an average of 60 kids each week. The days were filled with boundless laughter and exploration as the children eagerly embraced the diverse array of outings to local parks, museums, and recreational spots. The sparkling highlight of every week was the swimming sessions, where the kids reveled in the refreshing waters, creating cherished memories with newfound friends. From captivating arts and crafts to fun tap dancing lessons, the campers enjoyed every moment of fun and learning.


During the month of August, Tyndale's Literacy Camp offers a comprehensive 3-week summer program designed to enhance students' foundational phonics and reading abilities in both English and French.

The mornings are focused on academic pursuits, concentrating on skill development. In the afternoons, children engage in a variety of recreational activities, enjoying the outdoors or utilizing the gym facilities. Additionally, they have the opportunity to explore their creativity through arts and crafts, along with a daily session of story time.

The Tyndale Summer Day Camp & Literacy Camp were undoubtedly a place of growth, camaraderie, and laughter, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of both campers and counselors alike.


Tyndale's Summer Parent & Child Playgroup invites parents and their young children, aged 6 months to 5 years, to partake in a delightful summer experience. This playgroup program offers a chance for families to connect, enjoy playful moments, and engage in a range of dynamic group activities.

Throughout the program, we embark on adventures to Montreal's parks, museums, beaches, and gardens, fostering a sense of exploration and connection with the city's attractions. Our days are filled with enjoyable activities such as picnics, along with the added excitement of a mobile library that enhances the joy of learning and reading together.


Celebrating its 5th year, "Story Time in the Park" made a return! Every Monday and Wednesday, Tash and Candice, the summer librarians at Tyndale, arranged a cozy spot at Oscar Peterson Park. There, they shared captivating stories with all those who wished to join and listen. Furthermore, throughout the week from Monday to Friday, you could locate them at our Children's Library, engaging in various activities and interactions with the kids.

Check out our catalogue and stop by to borrow some books!



Tyndale's Youth Co-op Program celebrated yet another successful summer. The youth engaged in a diverse range of entrepreneurship workshops, activities, and projects. Under the guidance of three coordinators, they orchestrated a series of engaging events, including car washes, cooking workshops for children, movie nights, and bake sales. Alongside these, they also undertook contracts involving tasks such as assisting with the Tyndale Community Bazaar and preparing the back-to-school bulletin board.

Their summer journey culminated in a delightful Grill & Chill Cookout, fostering a sense of togetherness. Through the Youth Cooperative, students learned the value of collaboration while honing entrepreneurial skills and making positive contributions to their community.

Stay alert for upcoming information session dates for the year-round youth co-op program. Don't forget to keep tabs on their activities by following them on Instagram.

Community Bazaar

With great excitement, we announced the much-awaited return of the Bazaar this summer at the Centre, 870 Richmond Square, after a hiatus of 4 years.

Acknowledging the exceptional talents and untapped potential of our local small business owners, we curated a distinctive platform to exhibit their remarkable array of products and services. From meticulously crafted artisanal items to delectable culinary treats, the Bazaar catered to a diverse range of preferences.

The event also served as an occasion for our community to unite and make a significant difference. By throwing our support behind these small enterprises, we not only contributed to the economic advancement of our community but also nurtured a dynamic and all-encompassing atmosphere that championed diversity and entrepreneurship.

Keep your eye out for more Tyndale Community Bazaars!



Registration for the Early Childhood & Families fall session is now open.

Here is the list of activities offered this fall:

  • Children's Corner (previously Child Stimulation)
  •  Parent & Child Playgroup
  •  Sharing Stories
  •  Parent & Infant Workshop Series
  •  Speaker Series (Parents)
  •  Nobody's Perfect (Parents)

*A $25 membership is required for each child.

If you are a parent or guardian of a baby 0 to 9 months, you can register NOW to our free Parent-Infant Workshop Series. These workshops offer an opportunity for parents of newborn babies to learn and exchange ideas on parenting and child development.




Our Adult Development Department is currently recruiting participants 16+ for its Pre-Employment Program (PPE) fall/winter session which starts in September. PPE is offered in English twice a year at the Adult Centre. Each session lasts 6 months and includes various workshops, computer classes and French lessons, in order to better prepare our participants for the job market. Participants receive help with writing their resume and their cover letter, as well as participate in mock interviews. 

If you or someone you know is interested in this Emploi-Québec funded program with financial benefits included, please contact Yigal, Employment Coordinator, at 514 931 6265 ext. 24.  

For more information on the Pre-Employment Program, visit our website.



There are a few spots left in our After School Program (ASP) for the 2023-2024 school year.

The After School Program (ASP) caters to elementary school students. Upon arrival, students are treated to snacks lovingly prepared by our kitchen animator. Following this, they are divided into four distinct classrooms, each led by an educator and supported by volunteers, to diligently tackle their homework.

Once the academic tasks are completed, the students delve into a realm of social and recreational activities, including cooperative games, team sports, creative arts, and more.

Our program offers two distinct streams to accommodate different schedules. Stream 1 operates from 3:30pm to 5:15pm, while Stream 2 runs from 4pm to 6pm.


High School Perseverance Program (HSPP)

Exciting changes are underway for our High School Perseverance Program (HSPP)! Stay connected to discover the new offerings we have prepared for high school students at the Centre this year.

Be sure to monitor our social media pages for forthcoming registration information.



Satay Brothers is hosting us again this year! Join us Tuesday, November 21st at 6pm at their new location, CHINESE LAUNDRY for an evening of delicious appetizers, fun raffles prizes and great music.

Keep your eye out on your emails and our SM pages for the link to purchase your ticket to our Fall Fundraiser.

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