This years Christmas Camp is packed full of all things Winter. From snowflakes to avalanches and everything in between let's learn about this icy season. Minecraft fun and learning alongside interactive live events will be sure to warm your hearts.

This years Winter Camp goes interactive! Join us for lots of fun, action-packed Christmas cheer as we celebrate the season together. Christmas crafts, cookie baking, story telling, movie watching, seasonal themed build and club events and of course our festive filled parties. It’s sure to be just what you need to make this the Merriest Christmas of all!

Winter and the Christmas season just wouldn’t be complete without our feathered, furry, and not-so-furry friends. Join us for this year’s fun-packed Winter Camp where we will encounter the birds of Christmas, meet Santa’s helpers, and wrap up our time together with animals built for Winter — maybe we can learn a thing of two from them!

Our Winter Wonderland will celebrate all things winter! Join us while we learn about snow and the intricacies of snowflakes, take a look at the history of skiing and have a holiday bakeoff! Wind down around the fire with a mug of hot chocolate while enjoying our movie marathon - you don't want to miss this year's snowy packed camp!

Journey with us this Christmas season as we take a look at the history and origin of the Christmas Carols we all know and love. We’ll be looking at some traditional favorites including Jingle Bells and Silent Night – you just might be surprised by what you learn!

Join us as we take a look at how the world celebrates the holiday season. We will begin by taking a look at Christmas traditions around the world – Does everyone eat turkey? What’s the deal with Christmas crackers? KFC for Christmas dinner – really? Then, we’ll move onto New Year and discover how different countries around the world welcome in the New Year. Are there any strange traditions centered around the beginning of a New Year? What are black-eyed peas and what does it mean to go first-footing? We will end our course with a look at Twelfth Night and what it means and then look at the Chinese New year which doesn’t even begin on January 1st – How is that possible?