When schools are out, join us for a day of games, arts and crafts, swimming, roller-skating (Supreme only) and hours of fun, contact-free play. A pizza lunch is included.
Pricing & Availability
Adventure Early Care: 7-9am, $10
Full Day: 9am-6pm, $60
Half Day: 9am-1pm, $35
Availability based on location
Supreme Sports Club: 45 spots full day, 10 spots half day
Columbia Gym: 25 spots full day, 10 spots half day
Columbia Athletic Club: 15 spots full day, 5 spots half day
Adventure Day FAQ
What are the dates for Adventure Day (January - June 2023)
Pre-registration is required
- Monday, January 16
- Monday, January 23
- Monday, February 20
- April 3–7, (Spring Break)
- Monday, April 10
- Friday, April 21,
- Friday, May 19,
The following Adventure Days will be offered if School’s are closed:
- June 14, 15 & 16
Who can register for and participate in the Fun?
All children grades K-6 are welcome (both members and non-members)
How do I register my child(ren)?
Members can register online, in person at Columbia Athletic Club, Columbia Gym or Supreme Sports Club or by calling 410-730-6755 for Columbia Athletic Club; 410-531-8984 for Columbia Gym or 410-381-7559 for Supreme Sports Club.
Parents can cancel 24 hours prior to the event. No refunds will be given for cancellations after the deadline.
Are there options for an earlier drop-off time?
Yes, Adventure Early Care 7-9am, $10 per child. Option available when pre-registering.
What is expected of me and my child in order to participate in the program?
- Parents must be readily accessible to contact if needed.
- Review hand washing and social distancing practices with your child.
- Monitor your child for fever and possible symptoms and stay home if symptoms are evident.
- Send your child with a water bottle.
What will my child(ren) be doing during Adventure Day?
Children will be divided into small groups based on age.
They will stay with the same staff member and group for the entire session. (note: groups will come together during a private roller skating session). Each group will rotate through a variety of arts and craft activities, games and physical activities.
What are you doing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 during activities?
Your children’s health and safety is our number one priority and we have been working hard to get ready to welcome them back. CA has taken numerous steps to strengthen our existing cleaning and sanitation policies and procedures to help keep your family and our team members safe:
- Our team will follow CDC coronavirus guidelines for safe workspace and Child Care, including maintaining appropriate physical distancing at all times.
- All team members have completed comprehensive training related to our enhanced cleaning and sanitation policies and procedures.
- A thorough cleaning will be conducted in each area between groups of children and all activities using disinfectant recognized by EPA as effective against COVID-19.
- In addition to traditional sanitizing sprays, the club uses an electrostatic sprayer to disinfect all of the touchpoints throughout KidSpace. Electrostatic disinfecting is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. After the spray is applied, the disinfectant goes to work on all surfaces. It only takes one to five minutes depending on the disinfectant used, killing 99.99% of all pathogens. Its effective and touchless application means zero cross-contamination.
What will be done if a child displays COVID-19 symptoms during the event?
Childcare staff must monitor children for signs and symptoms of acute illness and notify a child‘s parent or guardian if symptoms are present. Staff will provide temporary isolation for the affected child in a suitably equipped separate area within sight and hearing of an adult. Staff may not admit a child to care or allow a child to remain in care when the child is exhibiting symptoms of acute illness. Parents will be expected to pick up their children within 15 minutes of being made aware their child is exhibiting symptoms. The child may not be readmitted to care after an illness without a written statement from their physician stating that the child is not contagious and may return to the program.