Farm to Kitchen Summer Camps!
First Farmers: June 6–10. Ages: 6–8. Planting seeds, haRvesting vegetables and caring for chickens. Learning how to make delicious recipes using fresh farm products.
4–H Adventure Camp: June 13–17. Ages: 9–14. A fun camping experience at our NEW sleep away camp at the James 4–H Camp on Mingus Mountain in Prescott.
Farm Flavors: June20–24. Ages: 9–11. Harvest from the summer garden and bring that produce into the kitchen and learn culinary skills from guest chefs.

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 Tucson Racquet Club offers a “Sports Camp”for all ages, abilities and interests. From 9a.m.–2 p.m. Extended hours also available.
“Soccer Camp” Ages (ages 8–12)
Get ready for the “World Cup”. Soccer drills
and skills.
“Pee Wee Soccer Camp” (ages 5–7)
Soccer for the younger set. A soccer morning, jump in the pool, and a fun afternoon.
 “All Sports Camp” (ages 7–15)
Lifetime sports include tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming, racquetball and martial arts.
 “Pee Wee Camp” (ages 5–7) 

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Find your fun with Tucson Parks and Recreation for a safe and educational summertime experience. Pick-up your free copy of the Summer Program Guide and Class Catalog available April 18th at all recreation centers or online at: www.tucsonaz.gov/parks. Register using EZEEreg
 
online: www.ezeereg.com. City pools open for summer on June1–August 3. Swim lessons offered for $15 for youth 17 and under (discounts available).

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Draw, paint, sculpt, collage, print and more! Children ages 5–13 will discover culture and art from around the world Experience will inspire them to create original works of art in a variety of gallery and studio activities. 

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Experience an unforgettable summer full of fun and adventure at Camp J. Our American Camping Association (ACA) accredited camp guarantees the highest quality in camp programs which includes swimming, swim lessons, arts & crafts, field trips, theme days, music, dance, team building, sports camps, travel camps, specialty camps and much more. One and two week sessions open to all. Discounts offered to Tucson J members. Early bird discount available through April 1.

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Plant Power Summer Camp! Plants play a major role in our everyday lives. Join us for a weeklong exploration of human interactions with plants. Campers will gain a renewed admiration for nature in a tranquil and shady setting. They will learn about Sonoran Desert ecology, conduct experiments to understand how plants work, practice caring for a garden and preparing healthy meals, express creativity with painting and journaling, and play games to have fun in nature. Register soon. Camps are limited to 20 per session.
Session I: June 13–17, grades 1–3

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For more than 60 years, Triangle Y Ranch has been the perfect location for resident camp. Our summer is devoted to overnight camp for youth from 7-17. Unique themes, fun staff and making new friends!  

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Join our Horsemanship/Ranch Camp! Our summer program is designed to help campers learn, grow, make friends and have fun. We offer many positive and rewarding experiences through animal education and interaction, skill building, water play, arts & crafts and games. All campers will ride horses daily!

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Join Toscana for 4 FUN-FILLED days of making art. Choose from Clay Sculpture, Origami Village, Drawing: Perspective and Op Art, Steam Punk/Take Apart Camp, Tile and Glass Mosaics Camp, Acrylic Painting and Drawing from Life, Photos and Imagination. All camps are 4 days long from 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
 

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Sun Tran provides transportation service to many summer camps located in the Tucson area. Discounted pass for children ages 6–18 available. Call 792-9222 or visit suntran.com for route and schedule information or trip planning assistance.

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