A Guide to 2019 Area Summer Camps
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Cedarland Summer Camp
Cedarland Summer Day Camp offers two exciting camps: Full Day for campers age 4 – 12 and Junior Outing for campers age 12 – 14. Each camp is designed to address the needs and interests of the various stages of a child’s life. The common philosophy across our camps is to improve a child’s fitness and confidence through participation in a variety of fun activities in a non-competitive environment. Cedarland’s camp facilities include an Olympic-size pool, playground, basketball and volleyball courts, covered lunch area, locker rooms as well as use of aMAZEment Action Playcenter and Cedarland Mini-Golf, Batting and Ropes Courses. Register online at www.cedarland.net.
Haverhill, Mass. l (978) 521-7700 l Cedarland.net
Invent. Design. Create. Experiment. IDEA Camp is an exciting hands-on summer learning program for students in grades 5-9. Students have fun applying new skills and technologies. Students attend workshops at UMass Lowell’s North Campus and gain hands-on experience in science, design, computer programming, urban farming, and robotics. Other workshops include: You Code Girl, Architects Studio, Flight School, Kinetic Sculpture, Carnival Contraptions, Video Game Makers, and Wire Your Bedroom. This 3-week camp provides students the chance to work in college classrooms, engineering labs, and explore key campus locations. Enrollment for this full-day camp is open to all Merrimack Valley students. Tuition: $360/week. Lowell Residents $180/week. Need-based scholarships available. To register your student, contact Martha Cohn 978.674.9775; firstname.lastname@example.org. To sponsor IDEA Camp, contact LZ Nunn 978.455.9775, email@example.com.
Lowell, Mass. l (978) 674-9775 l ProjectLearnInc.org
Now celebrating its 39th summer, Kaleidoscope offers more than 180 half- and full-day, one-week courses for children ages 3 to 13. Popular topics include art, music, theater, science, math, animals, fashion, dance, domino physics, fencing, Lego, video, technology, cooking, languages and much more. New courses this year include Video Game Design, Rainbow Food Fest, App Inventors, Trail Blazers, Leadership Academy, Money Matters & many more. Students from more than 40 communities return year after year. Kaleidoscope is held in three separate one-week sessions at the Pike School in Andover, July 1-26, and features small classes and excellent teachers. Early care and extended day options are available. The KITE full-day program for academically advanced students in Pre-K through Grade 7 runs from July 29-Aug 2. This year’s theme is “It’s a Small World.”
Andover, Mass. l (978) 474-6232 l KaleidoscopeKids.com