Sending a kids to summer camp
May 11, 2018 - summer camp
Camas Community Education
Summer day camps for children entering kindergarten by sixth category will be hold from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday by Friday, Jun 21 by Aug. 30, during a Jack, Will and Rob Center, 2041 N.E. Ione St. Half day and full day options are available.
Children will have entrance to an outward lane and soccer field, as good as inside and outward play areas, iPads and humanities and crafts. Camas Community Education will also offer summer camps that concentration on art with Elida Field, “Chefs in Training,” play and music, sewing, Star Wars, stop-motion animation, chess and self value for girls during several Camas schools.
There will be Lego and scholarship camps, as good as sessions that concentration on math, reading and writing, robotics, engineering, biotechnology, basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, wrestling and martial humanities and lifting chickens and rabbits.
The cost for a day camps is $45 per day or $200 weekly for some-more than 5 hours; and $30 per day or $140 weekly for 5 hours or fewer. Families might compensate a initial day of a week or compensate online in advance. To register, call 360-833-5544 or email Shauna.Johnson@camas.wednet.edu. For some-more information, revisit camascommunityed.org.
Camas Parks and Recreation
Camas Parks and Recreation has a accumulation of summer camps for children of all ages Jun by August, including 4 Busy Bees preschool summer camps for ages 3 to 5 years (campers contingency be means to use a restroom independently) from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Tuesday by Thursday, starting with a bug-themed stay from Jun 26-28 and including a “camping during a lake” stay from Jul 10-12, a “Superhero Training Camp” Jul 24-26 and a “Goodbye Summer” stay Aug. 14-16. The fees for any apart preschool stay is $60 for families who live in Camas and $75 for families who live out of a city. The camps accommodate during Lacamas Lake Lodge, 227 N.E. Lake Road, Camas. To register, or for some-more information, revisit register.cityofcamas.us or call 360-834-5307.
The city’s Shape NW summer camps offer adventures for children in pre-kindergarten by eighth grade. The pre-K by third category stay is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with giveaway before-care starting during 7:30 a.m. and paid after-care until 5:30 p.m.), Jun 20 by Aug. 31, during Scout Hall in Crown Park, 621 N.E. 15th Ave., Camas. Themed weeks embody sports, shark week, anime, dual margin trips, stars and stripes, olympics, farm2table, dream catchers, life sports and a “kids’ choice” week. Fees operation from $119 to $189 per week, depending on a camp, with an “unlimited summer fun” choice that includes any stay for $1,299.
A Shape NW stay for comparison students in fourth by eighth grades is charity from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with giveaway before-care starting during 7:30 a.m. and paid after-care until 5:30 p.m.), Monday by Friday, Jun 20 by Aug. 31, and includes hiking, kayaking, forest and outward science, civic adventures and a Friday “kids’ choice” camp. The fees for this stay start during $179 per week. The “unlimited” choice costs $1,399 for any week of summer camp. Register online during www.shapenw.com or call 360-834-5307 with questions.
The city also offers UK chosen soccer, Kidz Love Soccer and Imagination Yoga camps.
Tennis camps, for beginners, middle and advanced, will be hold Monday by Friday, from Jun 25, by Aug. 24, during Evergreen Tennis, 5225 N.W. 38th Ave., Camas.
To register, call Camas Parks and Recreation during 360-834-5307 or revisit register.cityofcamas.us.
Camp Windy Hill
Now in a ninth year of charity artistic day camps for children, Camp Windy Hill will have 7 sessions this summer — Awesome Animal Art, Outer Space Adventures, Fairy Wonderland, Puppet Playhouse, Circus Arts, Toy Inventor’s Workshop and Fun in a Sun: Dinosaurs.
Each session, for children ages 5 to 11, includes artistic art, inlet scrutiny and outward play from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday by Thursday, on 5 acres unaware a Columbia River Gorge, northeast of Washougal. Extended caring is charity from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., and from 2 to 3 p.m., for all camps.
Submit your focus and price by Jun 1 and a cost is $130 per camp. After Jun 1, a price is $140 per camp. The cost includes all materials and a daily snack. Campers should move a pouch lunch and drink. For some-more information or to register, revisit campwindyhill.com. For questions, call Kathy Marty during 360-977-8032 or email email@example.com.
Columbia Dance Center
Children ages 3 to 9 are invited to try music, art and a accumulation of dance styles from 8:30 a.m. to noon, Monday, Jun 25, by Friday, Jun 29, during Columbia Dance Center, 1700 Broadway St., Vancouver.
A fast-track ballet technique stay for dancers, age 9 and comparison who have finished during slightest dual years of ballet, will be hold from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Jul 23-27.
Columbia Dance Center will offer a two-week summer complete stay for middle and modernized dancers ages 12 and comparison from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 6-17.
An adult dance workshop, for ages 18 and older, will underline a ballet technique category and choreography from 9:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., Jun 18-22.
For some-more information or to register, call 360-737-1922 or revisit columbiadance.org.
Macaya Soccer Camp
Now in a 15th year, a Dan Macaya soccer stay will offer sessions for boys and girls ages 5 to 13, from 9 a.m. to noon, Jul 23- 27, during a Prune Hill Sports Park, during a intersection of Northwest 16th Avenue and Northwest Brady Road in Camas. All ability levels are welcome. Campers will learn new soccer skills and hold adult on fundamentals such as dribbling, passing, sharpened and defending. Coach staff are internal college soccer players. The cost is $90 before Jul 15, and $100 after Jul 15. The cost includes a T-shirt.
To register, revisit macayasoccer.com. Questions per training can be destined to Macaya during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) in Portland offers hundreds of summer stay options for all ages that embody all from backpacking and exploring coastal and dried environments to training about fossils, geology and astronomy. The museum also offers opportunities to go rafting and attend in forest presence activities.
OMSI is located during 1945 S.E. Water Ave,, Portland. For some-more information, revisit omsi.edu/camps-and-classes. To register for any of a summer camps, call 503-797-4661 or email email@example.com.
Piano Expressions Studios
Piano Expressions Studios will benefaction 3 summer song camps for children ages 6 to 18 in Camas, Washougal and Vancouver. All ability levels are welcome.
“Road Trip USA Summer Camp” will applaud a different song and composers from a U.S. Jun 25-29. The campers will “travel” via America to learn several styles of song and learn and examination song fundamentals.
The “World Adventure” stay is Jul 16-20. Participants will learn and examination low-pitched concepts by games, activities, crafts and scholarship projects. “Mystery on Musicians’ Island” will underline games, activities and crafts Aug. 13-17. The island themed stay will concede participants to applaud a adore of song and a tropics.
Each stay costs $140 and has a extent of 20 students. For some-more information, call Brenda Lance during 541-805-5706. To register, revisit piano-expressions-studio.com/summer-camps-2018.
Treesong Nature Awareness and Retreat Center
Nature Adventures day camps will embody storytelling, art, movement, singing and inlet recognition activities.
Treesong Founder and Executive Director Michelle Fox says children benefit a deeper tie to village and inlet by a summer camps.
Nature Adventures day camps for children ages 4 to 8 will be hold from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Jul 23-25. A angel adventures day camp, for ages 4 to 8, will underline inlet tie and appreciation, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 6-9. The cost of this stay is $130, with full remuneration due by Jun 1. A stay for ages 11 to 16 will be hold from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Aug. 22-24, with an overnight on Aug. 23. The cost for this stay is $270 and includes cooking and breakfast. Full remuneration also is due by Jun 1.
Artist and veteran photographer Marlene Cowan will lead a one-day “Wild during Art” day stay for ages 6 to 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, Jul 30, during Treesong This stay includes sketch and qualification activities, as good as songs, games, stories and a inlet walk.
Treesong Nature Awareness Retreat Center is located during 41 Tree-ific Drive W., Washougal. To register, call 360-837-8733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For some-more information about a camps, revisit treesongnatureawareness.org.
Washougal Community Education Recreation
Brickzone and Washougal Community Education Recreation will yield a summer stay knowledge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday by Friday, Jun 25 by Aug. 17, during Brickzone, 2213 “E” St., Washougal.
Activities embody Lego engineering, painting, Minecraft, personification H2O games, creation “unicorn slime” and formulating Harry Potter loyalty bracelets.
The cost is $175 weekly for a initial camper and $160 weekly for any additional sibling, and includes 30 hours of stay and all materials.
A daily fee, for 6 hours of stay and all materials, is accessible during a cost of $40 per day, per camper.
Members of a Washougal High School (WHS) girls’ and boys’ tennis teams and coaching staff will lead a instruction for students going into third by sixth grade, from 9:30 to 11 a.m., Jul 9-12, during a WHS tennis courts, 1201 39th St., Washougal.
The tennis stay will be hold for students going into seventh by ninth grades from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jul 9-12, also during WHS. Tennis stay costs are $40 per tyro and $35 for any additional sibling.
A boys’ basketball stay for students entering a fourth by sixth grades will be hold from 9 a.m. to noon, Jul 23-26, in a WHS gym. The cost is $65 per camper.
The basketball stay for students going into grades 7 by 9 is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m., Jul 23-26, during WHS.
A girls’ basketball stay for students in third by ninth grades will be hold from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Jun 25-28, in a WHS gym. The cost is $125 per camper and includes lunch and a T-shirt.
For some-more information or to register for any of these camps, call 360-954-3040 or revisit www.washougal.k12.wa.us/community-education-and-recreation.
Summer stay activities during a Oregon Zoo embody games, tours, stories, songs, animal visitors and take-home art projects. Campers will also try out systematic technologies such as thermal imaging, heat and light sensors and video microscopes.
Banfield Pet Hospital veterinarians assistance children try animal-related careers and learn them about veterinary caring and obliged pet tenure during a wildlife careers and quadruped caring camps.
Many of a camps’ activities will start in a zoo’s new preparation center, that facilities a nature-themed play area, class charge lab, insect zoo and classrooms.
The Oregon Zoo is located during 4001 S.W. Canyon Road, Portland. For some-more information or to register, call 503- 226-1561 or revisit oregonzoo.org/camps.