Summer is coming! Kids everywhere are counting the weeks until school’s out and the summer break begins. But after a few days of freedom, the summer days can leave you in a summer daze. One way to escape the summer blahs is to find a fantastic summer camp—it’s a great place to learn and grow, and of course, to have fun, too!  

 

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Do you like to build, create, solve problems and learn about science, technology, engineering and math? The Ira A.

Experience the University of Arizona summer camp program, Arizona Youth University (AYU).

All ages and experience levels are welcome! Black Mountain BMX Camps are every Monday 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call
602-938-1108 or visit blackmountainBMX.com for full details, location directions and more!

We offer a variety of fun themed dance classes throughout June.
Ages: 3 and up.

Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention!

Camp Zoo 2017 Orientation
May 31, 5–7 p.m. and June 3, Noon–2 p.m.

Dawn of a New Era: Nearly 50 years ago, humans first walked on the moon – today, we are working towards taking our Next Giant Leap to Mars and beyond. To accomplish these feats, new technologies are being developed.

Make new friends while you enjoy Coyote Camp’s summer program. We are conveniently located at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort. Our 1,500 sq. ft. facility is specifically-designed for children.

Sessions for boys and girls directed by UA Head Coach David Rubio.
Intermediate/Advanced camp: July 7–9. Commuters $300 • Residents $425.
Position Camp: July 10–13. Commuters $400 • Residents $525.

Theatre Workshop Camp: June 5–16 (Mon. –Fri.)
A different theater topic every day. Take one–day, one–week or two-weeks of classes 8:30 a.m.-–4 p.m. Ages: 8-15
Imagination Theatre Camp: June 5–16 (Mon.–Fri.)

Not only are we the BEST trampoline park in town, but we also offer a one- of- a- kind camp experience for ages 3 and up.

Make her summer memorable! Our affordable, all-girl camps have something for every art-aficionado, horse-happy or warrior-princess in your family. Four beautiful camps and 250 amazing sessions to choose from. Not a Girl Scout? Not a problem!

Get ready for a summer full of fun! Heritage Summer Camp, for ages 3-12, will keep kids—and their brains—busy from May 22-July 19, Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

SPRING BREAK CAMP:
STEAM Camp-Mar. 6–10 & 13–17
Calling all STEM Super Heros!
Spend part of your school break discovering art and nurturing creative thinking at the I.D.E.A. Museum.

Elementary 7-11 year olds: American Girl, Dance: High School Musical 2, Yg Mad Scientists, Kids’ Concoctions, Earth and Beyond, Sports Zone, Fine Arts, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Play-Well Teknology: Lego, Crazy Cup Cake Wars, Mission Impossible

King of Glory Preschool is offering Summer Kids’ Camp during the month of June, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9–11:30 a.m. Camp is for children ages 3 to 5. Each week will have a theme and fun activities!

Watch for details coming soon for the 2017 summer reading program.

oes your child need something AWESOME to do over the long, hot summer? We offer two-week camp sessions so your child can dance, sing, draw, and dramatize the summer away! Grades K-6. Lunch is provided!

Watch for details of the 2017 summer reading program.

Escape the summer heat and come play indoor soccer. Great for kids ages 2– 15. Pee Wee Program for ages 2–5 starts May 27, $60 for 8 weeks. Players receive a Camp T-shirt with their name. Youth Program for ages 6–14 begins May 20–Aug.

Stage Dreams Youth Theater is an educational theater program designed for children in grades K-12 to build confidence, friendships and theater experience. No experience necessary! Camp registration available now!

Theater Works SummerWorks theater camps are the perfect summer activity for kids aged 3 – 18 who love theater or who want a fun, creative summer activity.

TECH CAMPS:
Early bird discount by March 31st.

Safari Camp is unlike any other summer camp! Campers receive hands-on experience with exotic animals.