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Swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, science, river trips and rock climbing. Flagstaff kids have tons of summer camp options and registration for many camps is open or opens soon.

Acting and Summer Dance Camp

July 9-12, 9 a.m. -3:30 p.m. at Roots Mind Body and Fitness, 3111 N. Caden Court, No. 120, Flagstaff. Early registration $300: must register by the 15th of June. $375 (payment plan available). Ages 12 - 18 years. Registration and information: Olivia@offthebeatentrack.biz, 323-599-6863.

Let's Act: Develop confidence being on stage and on camera. Work on lm scripts and commercials to camera. Work on scripts to perform to an audience on the final day.

Let's Dance: Learn Hip Hop and other forms of Street dance to the latest hottest tracks. Rehearse a routine to present on the final day to friends and family. Beginners and advance welcome.

Beta Bouldering Gym

  • Little Monkeys Climbing Camp, ages 5 to 9.
  • Bouldering and Adventure Camp, ages 10 and older.

Summer rock climbing camps for kids of all ages and skill levels. Our highly-qualified instructors work with campers to introduce the sport of climbing through a series of fun, interactive challenges and games in a safe, friendly and stimulating environment. Weekly, June 4-July 27, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon ($165 per week), or 9 a.m.-3 p.m. ($330 per week). Daily drop in rates are available.

Sign up betaboulderinggym.com/kids-camps/, at the gym located at 495 S. River Run Road, suite 104, or by phone at 266-0498.

Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff Summer Day Camp

Kids ages 6-12. June 11- Aug. 3rd (Closed July 2-6), Monday- Friday from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. $20 membership fee, $120 a week per child multi kid discounts/scholarships are available. Registration opens April 30. Summer camp highlights include: STEM programming, field trips, indoor and outdoor sports activities, hiking and swimming, bowling, movies and more. For more information visit bgcflag.org or call 266-0489. 301 S. Paseo Del Flag.

British Soccer Camp

June 4-8 and June 18-22 at Foxglenn Soccer Fields.

With programs for ages 3-18, local players have an opportunity to share a fun, positive and educational camp experience centered around a daily regimen of foot skills, moves, juggling, tactical practices and daily tournament play by one of Challenger’s 1,100 International soccer coaches. To register and for more information, go to www.challengersports.com or contact Sean Lines at 760-945-2109 or slines@challengersports.com.

CampFALA

Camp dates include two one-week long sessions, June 18-29 and June 25-29, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every day, taking place at the FALA campus on 3401 N. Fort Valley Road. CampFALA is geared towards 8-16 year olds. The age ranges for each workshop varies. There’s a one-time $30 per camper registration fee and camp cost varies by workshop, ranging from $120-$132. See below for workshop details. For more information contact agarns@flagarts.com or call 779-7223. Visit the web site at sites.google.com/flagarts.com/campfala/home

Camps offered in Session 1 and 2

Into the Wild - $125

Robotics - $120

Practical Art Practices - $130

Middle School English Bootcamp - $120

Comics! Pop Culture Phenom! - $130

Movement Thru Space - $120

Jazz Ensemble - $120

Camp Rock - $120

Camps offered in only Session 1

Act Up! Theater - $120

Photography - $120

Camp offered in only Session 2

Visual Arts: Birds, Bees, & Butterflies - $132

Camp KJ Summer Day Camp Local Adventures

Camps are located at a private home in Coconino Estates, west side. Call 214-7162 or email kjonesfam@gmail.com to register.

  • Theater Camp, June 4-9, $180 for the week, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., drop-ins not available for this camp, ages 5 and older. We write, design and create a play during the week and perform it at noon of Friday!
  • Art Camp, June 11-15, $220 for the week includes all supplies, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., drop-in rate $50 a day, ages 4 and older. We explore many kinds of art mediums including drawing, paints, clays, beads and folk art.
  • Around the World Camp, June 18-22, $180 for the week, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., drop-in rate $40 a day, ages 5 and up. We "visit" five different countries and discover their culture, art, make and taste authentic food, dance and sport.
  • Baking Camp, July 16-20, $250 for the week includes ALL supplies (and a huge plate of goodies every day), 9 a.m.-2 p.m., drop-ins not available for this camp, ages 5 and older. We bake all day every day learning our way around breads, cakes, pies and tarts, chocolates and candies, cultural delicacies and even ice cream at 7,000 feet. Then take home a loaded plate full of our creations.

Camp Summit

June 4-Aug. 10. Five full days per week (7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.) for $225, with discounts available for multiple weeks, or half days (morning or afternoon) for $160. We also offer daily and hourly rates. Summit Gymnastics Academy, 1926 N. Fourth St. Each week has a different theme and includes lots of activities, games, projects, outside time, and field trips, as well as instruction on our gymnastics and Ninja Warrior equipment. Ages 4-12. Ages 3 and 4 may also participate in our Preschool, Nimble Noggins, summer program. Registration at the gym, at www.summitgymnasticsacademy.com, or call 526-0644.

Canyon Dance Academy

Ballet Intensive: June 4-8, at Canyon Dance Academy. $325/dancer before April 30, $400 after April 30. Requires 2 years of recent ballet experience.

Prince and Princess Camp: Camp A - June 11-13, Camp B - July 9-11 9-11:30 a.m. $75/student.

2812 N. Izabel St., 774-3937, canyondance@live.com.

CCC STEM Camps

All classes held at the Innovation Center at the CCC 4th Street campus in our new iLab (room C23). Camper ages: 6th, 7th and 8th graders; $25; information and registration at 226-4279 or Jeff.Jones@coconino.edu.

Lego Robotics: June 11-14, 8-noon. Learn robot design, assembly, coding, and sensors. Compete against one another on an official First Lego League Challenge. Learn how to set up a Lego team at your school.

Drones and Coding: June 18-21, 8-noon. Learn about drones and their many commercial and consumer uses. Build drones from Lego-like kits. Learn coding using drones and compete in obstacle courses and challenges. Take field trips to utilize drones and collect and analyze data.

Maker Space Experience: June 25-28, 8-noon. Learn TinkerCAD and 3D design and then understand and use 3D printing concepts to build your own prototypes. Understand and Utilize 3D pens, microcomputers, Virtual Reality, Vinyl Cutters, laser engravers and all types of Makerspace technology.

Creative Spirits Creative Kids Camp

June 11-15, $165/camper with a 10 percent discount for families with more than one camper. At Creative Spirits' new location (effective mid-April), 605 W. Riordan Road. (formerly Oregano's Pizza Bistro next to NAU)

We'll paint with acrylic and watercolor; tie-dye T-shirts; have various art lessons on famous artists and texture, warm/cool colors, drawing, value, and more; and make self-portraits and pet/animal portraits. Limited to 20 campers/session.

Ages 5-8 from 9 a.m.-noon; ages 9-13 from 1-5 p.m.

Visit www.creativespiritsaz.com/calendar for more information and to register; call 600-9291 for questions.

Continental Junior Tennis, Golf & Swim Program

June 4-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Ages 6-9 Monday and Wednesday. Ages 10 and above Tuesday and Thursday.

Junior Clinics are a great way to introduce children to three great sports they can play for a lifetime. Kids will have fun while learning the basics fundamentals, rules of the games and gain great social skills. If needed, equipment can be provided.

This program is designed for juniors to attend all three sports or pick individual clinics, as they are $15 per sport per day. Sports are offered on a weekly basis and times are based on age. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Call 526-5125 to register.

Curry Summer Music Camp

Senior session: June 17-30 (entering grade 9-13). Resident camper: $1,875. Commuter camper: $1,215

Junior session: July 1-7 (entering grade 7-9). Resident camper: $1,095. Commuter camper: $755.

Work with NAU School of Music faculty and renowned musicians from across the country. Full ensemble rehearsals, master classes, sectionals, performances and more. 523-2323, https://nau.edu/CAL/Music/Curry/

Eco-Explorers Summer Camps

At The Arboretum at Flagstaff. Nature-based, experiential, STEAM-centered day camps for youth ages 4-11. Weekly camps June 4-July 20 (no camps the week of July 4). Weekly themes: Creature Camp, Dirt Alert, Wilderness Survivors, Budding Botanists, Water Wonders, Art in the Garden. Camp registration opens at www.thearb.org on April 1 for members of the Arboretum, and April 3 for the general public. Weekly pricing is $230 for ages 7-11 (9 a.m.-4 p.m.), and $160 for ages 4-6 (9 a.m.-1 p.m.), with aftercare available for $14 a day.

FACTS Camp Iwannago

Adventure in Reading: Ages 5-12, Wednesday, June 6 – Friday, July 27 (closed July 4-6). Location: Marshall Magnet Elementary School, 850 N. Bonito St.

At Camp IWANNAGO we pride ourselves on offering your child a safe and enriching environment to spend their summer days. Every day we offer academic enrichment and physical activities while emphasizing positive character development. For more information, visit www.fusd1.org/IWANNAGO or call 527-6180.

Camp IWANNAGO is part of the FACTS program run by Flagstaff Unified School District.

Hourly rates and fees:

  • $4.50 per hour for one child
  • $7 per hour for two children
  • $9.50 per hour for three or more children
  • $50 per family annual registration (Families already registered in FACTS need not pay the registration fee for camp)

Full time rate (35 or more hours per week):

  • One child: $157.50
  • Two children: $245
  • Three or more children: $332.50

There is no extra charge for breakfast, lunch, snacks or field trips.

Registration will be available for download on our website or in person at FACTS sites starting March 26.

Flagstaff Athletic Club Summer Camp

June 1-Aug. 8 at Sportstop at FAC East, 1500 N. Country Club. Cost ranges from full week, flex days, full days or half days. Campers can be dropped off after 7:30 a.m. and picked up no later than 5:30 p.m. Activities are scheduled from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Campers ages 4-12 can look forward to days full of creative and fun activities, games and sports to develop healthy and active lifestyles. Campers will spend their days swimming daily, participating in games and activities, and weather permitting, hiking on nearby trail systems and playing in the park. All of our camp counselors are CPR/AED certified and have first aid training. To register, call 779-5141 or visit FlagstaffAthleticClub.com.

Flagstaff Climbing Summer Camps

Available for all ages and abilities. No experience required. Climbers have a great time climbing while learning how to set and achieve goals, develop climbing skills, increase strength, flexibility and endurance, meet other climbers their age and improve overall fitness. Instructors are experienced and Certified Instructors of the American Mountain Guides Association. For more information, call 556-9909 or visit www.flagstaffclimbing.com.

  • Iwannaclimbalot Indoor Camps, $199. The camps are five days long, Monday- Friday, 8:30 a.m.-noon. Ages 4-8 camp dates: June 4-8, June 18-22, July 9-13, July 23-27. Ages 9-13 camp dates: June 11-15, June 25-29, July 16-20, July 30-Aug. 3.
  • Rock Trip Outdoor Camps, $399: Ages 11-17. The camps are five days long, Monday- Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Climbers are taught a variety of climbing skills from basic rope work and movement to advanced anchor building. Climbers are also educated on local ecology, geology and environmental ethics including Leave No Trace. This camp is for all skill levels. There is no experience necessary. The week will include some indoor climbing but mainly outdoor climbing at one of Flagstaff’s local climbing areas. Camp dates; June 4-8, June 18-22, July 9-13, July 23-27.

The Flagstaff Cooperative Camp

For 3- to 8-year-olds. June 11-July 27. Weekly (10 hours per day) for $160. We also have rates for 2 to 5 full or half days per week, as well as hourly rates under 10 hours per week for less than $160. See our website for these located at Marshall Magnet Elementary school at 850 N. Bonito St., and our duck pond site across the street at 755 N. Bonito St. Lots of outdoor time, field trips, cooking projects, science, construction projects, special visitors, yoga, zumba, discing for kids, multiage games and fun. Ages 3-8. Sign up at www.flagstaffco-op.org or sign up at our two sites in person to meet the teachers.

Flagstaff Family YMCA Summer Day Camp

June 6-Aug 3, $170 per week member or $210 per week non-member. At Puente de Hozho School, 3401 N. Fourth St. and Mount Elden Middle School Pool. Our summer day program features swimming, group games, STEM projects, art projects, special activities, field trips and more. Ages 5-12. For more information or to register, contact Teresa Hunt at Theresa.hunt@vosymca.org or 637-6594.

Flagstaff Junior Academy Camps

Guitar Camp: June 4-8 8:30-11:30 a.m., for students entering grades 5-8, $175/week at FJA Bonito campus, Guitar Room; 755 N. Bonito St. This camp is meant to be a fun learning environment where students are instructed in the basics of the guitar and take home the ability to play at least a couple of simple songs. If there are more experienced students, learning will extend to playing in a group with other students, in addition to refining guitar technique. Contact Matt Bingham at mattbingham@fjacademy.com.

Mountain Biking Camp: Weeks of June 4, 11, 18, and 25, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. $175/week; $40/day for veterans (at director discretion); Bicycle Rental $5/day. Mondays at Bonito campus, Ross Classroom, 755 N. Bonito St.; Tuesday – Friday at local trailheads. Explore Flagstaff’s outdoors and take yourself to the next level in this mountain biking camp, open to all levels. Campers will develop their biking skills, learn how to share the trail, and make friends as we ride many of the best local single-track trails. Ages 10-14, JR Counselors 14-17 (must contact camp director). Neil Ross; neilross@fjacademy.com

FJA Day Camp: June 4-29, Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. $4/hour (drop in). FJA Cedar campus: 306 W. Cedar Ave. This camp is available to any and all students who enjoy a variety of activities. We will spend our days taking care of the school garden, going on walking field trips close to campus, playing on the playground, doing yoga, dancing, preparing basic foods, and working on projects including papier-mâché creatures, personal veggie pots, origami, painting, and more in a positive and creative environment. Ages 5-10. Shawna Heinsius; shawnaheinsius@fjacademy.com.

Piano Rock Camp: June 11-15 8:30-noon, $125/week. FJA Bonito campus; 755 N. Bonito St. Students with no experience, as well as students with any level of experience, beginning through advanced, are welcome to attend. Students will learn the necessary fundamentals of playing the piano, or further develop their existing skills. Open to 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th graders. Stephanie Kolacki; stephaniepage@fjacademy.com.

STEM Camp for Girls: June 25 -29, 8 a.m.-12:15 p.m., June 30, 7:45 a.m. -6 p.m. $150. FJA Bonito campus; 755 N. Bonito St. We will spend the week doing hands-on activities, collaborating and empowering each other as a group, getting curious about the natural environment, and having fun! The last day of camp, we will take a field trip to the Science Center in Phoenix. For girls in 3rd- 5th grade as participants. For girls who have completed 6th-8th grade as mentors. Stephanie Jackson, stephaniejackson@fjacademy.com.

Exploring Arizona’s Watersheds: Thursday, June 14 – Monday, June 18, 7 a.m. – 5 or 6 p.m. $400. FJA Bonito campus, 755 N. Bonito St. We are looking for 12 adventurous students who are interested in learning about Arizona’s watersheds, how they are used as natural resources, the recreational opportunities they provide, and action needed to preserve them. During the five days, we will be exploring Northern Arizona through day trips to Lake Powell, Lee’s Ferry, Oak Creek, Verde River, and McHood Reservoir. Students who have completed 6th-8th grade are eligible. Tony Cola, tonycola@fjacademy.com or Stephanie Jackson, stephaniejackson@fjacademy.com.

Spanish Camp: June 11-15 and/or June 18-22; 12:30-4:30 p.m. $150/week. FJA Bonito campus, 755 N. Bonito St. This camp is meant to be a fun learning environment where the students review the basics of Spanish and have several key phrases that they can take on any vacation or when speaking with family, friends, and people in the community. This week long camp will include a trip to a local restaurant, speaking with native speakers, learning about the different countries and associated cultures, and using a wide variety of dialogues and conversation to learn and reinforce vocabulary and grammar techniques. For 6th – 8th graders. Caitlin Peterson, caitlinpeterson@fjacademy.com.

Basketball Camp: June 4-8, June 11-15, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. $175 per week (includes shirt). FJA Middle School Bonito Campus gym. Kids will build confidence while improving fundamental basketball skills such as ball handling, shooting, passing, pivoting, cutting, offensive spacing, and defense (man-to-man, help side, and 2-3 zone). We will also do a lot of scrimmaging during the week. Footwork and agility will be incorporated, as will running drills to build proper form and body weight strength training. They will have an extra edge on their competition during the league, and they will be able to apply what they have learned in games. Ages 7-17 years old. Questions and further information at 853-0014.

Flagstaff Riding Club Horse Camp

Weekly sessions (Monday-Friday) available May-August; $425/week or $100/single day session. Flagstaff Riding Club, 2600 W. Kiltie Lane. Daily riding lessons, horse care activities, trail rides, arts and crafts, bareback riding games, in a fun, safe environment. Ages 7 and older. No horse experience necessary. Advanced Horse Camps also available. More information at 266-0911 and flagstaffridingclub.com.

Flagstaff Youth Riders (FLYRS) Mountain Bike Camp

June 11-15, from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. (with extended drop off/pick up hours); $190, discount available for siblings; 7-14 year olds.

This one week camp will engage kids in trail rides, bike handling skill development, cycle-themed games, and bike-inspired STEAM activities. The week will also include a bike maintenance workshop, and a trail stewardship workshop.

For more information, and to register, visit flyrsaz.com

Forestry Camps

Camps held at NAU’s Centennial Forest. Tuition for all programs: $495, 523-8175, https://nau.edu/CEFNS/Forestry/Centennial-Forest/Environmental-Education/

  • Junior Forester Academy, June 11-15: Ages 9-10. A hands-on introduction to the world of forestry and environmental science, connecting youth to the outdoors so that they can learn and teach others about environmental stewardship, land ethics and forest health. JFA is a week-long, overnight program with healthy meals and snacks provided.
  • Senior Forester Academy, June 18-22: Ages 11-12. Guided by experts, Seniors will identify song birds, trap ground beetles and learn what significance they have on forest health. Finally, Seniors compete in an advanced Logger Olympics to test the skills they have learned all week.
  • Outdoor Leadership Academy, June 25-29: Ages 13-14. Through activities founded on teamwork and the fundamentals of responsible outdoor stewardship, campers learn about making good decisions in a variety of scenarios, hiking etiquette, outdoor cooking, predicting weather, environmental leadership and tons more. Campers will practice what they learned in the Logger Olympics and put their wilderness skills to the test.

Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona

The program is designed to address physical, emotional, and social development in 3rd through 5th grade girls through fun and engaging lessons. Using an intentional curriculum that incorporates small and large group games, physical activity, interactive workshops, and individual reflection, girls learn valuable skills to help them build meaningful and positive connections with others. From 8 a.m.-noon, June 18-22 at Puente de Hozho Elementary School. For more information on how to register as a volunteer or participant, visit https://www.gotrna.org/camp-gotr or call 928-522-9452. $130; financial aid available.

Head Heart Hands Summer Camp 

Head Heart Hands is an interactive summer camp with weekly themes and field trips. We will be walking over to Marshall Elementary School for free lunch, and Thorpe Park daily. We have a contract with DES childcare assistance and NAU childcare voucher program. Space are limited to 15 children. 
400 W. Aspen Ave (Federated Church), June 4- Aug. 8. Ages 5 (completed K preferably)-12; $125/ week full-time, $50 per day part-time, $50 activity fee.
For information and registration, call 928-607-5871 or email admin@headhearthandspreschool.org.

HopeDog Disc Dog Summer Camp

HopeDog Disc Dog Summer Camp is an exciting three days of dog sport competition for kids and teens (ages 6-18) with autism and other developmental disabilities. Kids learn how to play with highly-skilled sport dogs and develop important physical, social and emotional skills during two training days, culminating in Saturday’s Game Day when teams win points in a range of games using Frisbees, tunnels and jumps.

July 12-14; $200 per athlete (full and partial scholarships are available).

Bushmaster Park, 3150 N. Alta Vista Dr.

wendi@raisinghopedogs.org

raisinghopedogs.org/hopedog-summer-camp-flagstaff.html 

Intro to STEM/STEM Challenge | Jedi/Jedi Master Lego Camps

June 25- 29, 9 a.m.-noon. July 30-Aug. 3, 1-4 p.m. Fort Tuthill County Park. $160 per week. Learn to make amazing Lego projects with the help of an experienced Play-Well instructor and your own imagination. Coconino.az.gov/RecPrograms or 679 8000.

Grand Canyon Youth

Six- to nine-day trips on the Colorado and San Juan rivers, ages 11-19, June 13-July 27, $780-$1,050. Come feel the exhilaration of whitewater, hike through ancient canyons, challenge yourself, make new friends, and explore the Southwest. You will build relationships with youth from across the nation. We have been providing exceptional multi-day outdoor learning opportunities for over 19 years. Information and registration at www.gcyouth.org, 773-7921.

Middle School Adventure: June 27 - July 2, Ages 11-14, $780:  Jump feet first into the San Juan River in Southern Utah to explore the interaction between fish, bugs, plants and river life. As part of this educational river program, youth have the opportunity to work alongside scientists to collect data related to this amazing river. Learn about how invasive species have changed the ecology of the river and the ongoing efforts to restore it, while also enjoying the exhilarating whitewater and exploring ancient side canyons. We have been providing exceptional multi-day outdoor learning opportunities for over 15 years, and this is a great introductory experience for middle school students. 

Canyon Discovery: July 21 -28, Ages 15-19, $1,050: 2018 is the “pilot” year for this program! Youth have the unique chance to experience the Colorado River as it carves its way through the wild Canyonlands of Utah. You will pass through some of our nation’s most treasured public lands, raft legendary whitewater through Cataract Canyon, and surround yourself with the towering red-rock walls of the upper Colorado Basin. As part of this program, expect to participate in Citizen Science projects, led by scientists from Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. At the end of your journey, drift into the flatwater of Lake Powell and experience first-hand the effects of Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. This program is being run in partnership with OARS, who’s experienced river guides will lead you through the big drops of Cataract Canyon.

Lowell Observatory Camps for Kids

Elementary (grades 1-6) and middle school (grades 7-9) camps, June 11-15, June 18-22, July 9-13 (elementary only), July 16-20 (elementary only); $250 for elementary; $300 for middle. Held at Lowell Observatory Mars Hill campus. Campers enjoy learning about topics in astronomy through fun, hands-on science experiments. Other activities will include hiking, drawing, playing games and more. For additional information and to sign up, visit www.lowell.edu/outreach/locks/.

Martial Arts Day Camps

June 4-July 31, $70-$140 per week (early registration and family discounts). Sleeping Lion Martial Arts, 2103 E. Cedar Ave. Camps focused on basic martial arts skills weeks as well as specialty weeks. Specialty weeks focus on foam weapons, grappling, self defense etc. All skill levels accepted. Ages of campers: 5-12 and 13-18. To sign up, visit www.sleepinglionmartialarts.com or call 214-9974.

Mountain Adventure Camp

June 4-July 20 (Monday-Friday), $170 per week or $37 per day. Held at Mountain School’s gym. Ages 5-11. An active camp where we enjoy experiences in the great outdoors. We go on field trips every day including the Lava Tubes, biking, West Fork, hiking around Flagstaff, Beaver Creek and more. Run by experienced teachers. Contact Mary Cagigas at maryc@mountaincharterschool.com for questions. Registration packet can be found at www.mountaincharterschool.com.

Museum of Northern Arizona Discovery Summer Camps

Ages 4-14, weekly, June 4-July 27; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for ages 4-5; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. for ages 6-8, 8-10 and 11-14. Prices range from $160-$250 per week. Each week-long summer camp offers amazing experiences and meaningful exploration of the natural sciences, art and culture of the Colorado Plateau. All camps take full advantage of the Museum's exhibits, outdoor spaces, and natural environment surrounding Flagstaff. Camps are led by experienced educators, have a small class size, and are located in a safe and fun environment at the museum's Discovery village. Extended care and scholarships are available. Registration opens on March 26. Visit http://musnaz.org/summer-camps/ for a complete listing of camps and to register online.

NAU Summer Bug Camp

NAU Summer Bug Camp is a hands-on summer camp that introduces 6- to 10-year olds to the wonders of science through the fascinating lives of insects. Campers learn about insect history and biodiversity through a series of projects and activities. Children have the opportunity to handle live insects from NAU’s collection, collect insects, create their own insect collection and make insect cuisine. The first camp will take place June 18-22, and the second camp will take place July 23-27. Both camps run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. All the supplies needed for camp activities will be provided. Campers provide their own snacks, lunch, summer clothing and sunscreen. To register, call 607-4075 or visit https://nau.edu/Merriam-Powell/.

NAU Volleyball Camps

  • All Skills Camp: July 14-16
  • Team Camp: July 17-19
  • Advanced Camp: July 20-22

Visit www.nauvolleyballcamp.com for pricing and registration information. All camps are held on the Northern Arizona University campus. For females entering 5th-12th grade with any level of playing experience and skill.

Outdoor Adventure Summer Day Camp

June 4-July 27, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Fort Tuthill County Park, $150 per week ($120 the week of July 2). Theme weeks, free field trips, and lots of outdoor activities, ages 8-13. Coconino.az.gov/RecPrograms or 679 8000.

Mexico Camp

July 30-Aug. 3, $180. Camp location: Mountain School. Become acquainted with our neighbors south of the border and here in town. Visit local Mexican hangouts, run like the Tarahumara, wrestle like a Luchador, paint like Frida and eat like Aztec kings, all the while learning some español! Ages 7-12. To sign up, email Michelle Galloway at michelleg@mountaincharterschool.com or visit http://www.mountaincharterschool.com

TheatriKids’ Summer Workshops

Camps may change due to scheduling but will be finalized before registration opens on April 1.

  • Workshop 1: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express: In the story, a child’s train set magically comes to life, and the various engines compete to become the "Fastest Engine in the World." Each student who registers for this workshop will have to be fitted for Healys for this show (at a reduced rate). Rehearsals begin May 9 and 10 and then meet twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-6 p.m.) until school ends, then begin meeting daily (Monday-Friday) from 1-5 p.m. at Theatrikos. Performances are June 22-24 and 29-July 1. Ages 7-13. Before May 1: $200. After May 1: $250.
  • Play in a Week, June 25-29: Ever want to write, rehearse and perform your very own play? We’ll shrink the fun and joyful stress of a play down to one week as we perform an original production including costumes, makeup and movement. This is a great introduction to theatre for your budding actor/actress. Ages 4-6 (cap at 40), meet 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Before June 1: $110. After June 1: $150. At Theatrikos.
  • Act Dance Sing Camp A at Black Bart’s Steakhouse, June 25-29: For the serious older performer or those who would just like to learn, this one-week workshop will give you a taste of all 3 performance skills. Using songs/scripts from musicals as well as dance numbers, your budding performer will learn the ropes as they “tread the boards.” We will end our week with a performance of songs, dance routines and rehearsed stage readings. Ages 13-19 (cap at 40), 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Before June 1: $160. After June 1: $175.
  • The Greatest Showman Circus Dance Camp at Theatrikos, July 9-13. Learn silks, stilts and dance as we take the music of the hit movie The Greatest Showman and and perform in our very own TheatriKIDS’ Circus. Ages 7-13, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Before June 1: $160. After June 1: $175.
  • The Greatest Showman Jr. Circus Dance Camp, July 16-20. Offsite location TBD. Ages 4-6, 9 a.m.-noon, Before June 1: $110. After June 1: $125.
  • Act Dance Sing Camp B at Theatrikos, July 16-20. For the serious older performer or those who would just like to learn, this one-week workshop will give you a taste of all 3 performance skills. Ages 7-13, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Before June 1: $160. After June 1: $175.
  • Superheroes Camp, July 23-27. Offsite location TBD. Avengers Assemble as we find our inner heroes and heroines and combat evil that would try to strike terror in the mild-mannered citizens of the global community. Ages 4-6 meet 9 a.m.-noon; before June 1, $110, after June 1, $125. Ages 7-13 meet 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; before June 1, $160, after June 1, $175.
  • Workshop 2: Bring It On: The Musical. Takes audiences on a high-flying journey that is filled with the complexities of friendship, jealousy, betrayal and forgiveness. Rehearsals begin July 23-27 meeting weekdays from 4-6 p.m. offsite and then July 30-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Then when FUSD begins, we’ll move to afterschool rehearsals 3 times a week. This production will include a very demanding routine of vocals, drama and most especially dance and choreography. Performances are Aug. 24-26 and Aug. 31-Sept. 2. Ages 13-19. Before July 1: $225. After July 1: $250.

Unlocked Potential Basketball Camp

Location: Aquaplex, Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.. For boys and girls ages 7-15. Monday through Thursday we'll work on footwork and agility, drills and stations. We'll have open gym and scrimmaging. Friday is competition game day.

Kids will build confidence, have fun while improving their basketball fundamental skills, as well as performance skills. There will also be scrimmaging everyday, prices and camp awards. 

Early registration online $100 until April 9; $150 after April 9. Early registration online $175 for kids 12 years or older and would like to stay at the Aquaplex after the camp. This covers Aquaplex admissions for the week. The Aquaplex admissions allows kids to stay after the camp and play in the gym, rock climb, swim and do all other activities that the Aquaplex offers. Walk-in registration on first day of camp (Aquaplex admissions is not included) $175.

Contact Coach Kiki for more details about camp and information to register. Also for other summer basketball camps that will be provided for the summer. Coach Kiki (Experience NCAA div 1 and professional basketball) 853-0014 or klocket@msn.com or Coach Nate Joe at 266-8784.

Unlocked Potential Summer Camp League

Boys and Girls Ages 6-high school

Location: Boys and Girls Club

Pee Wee Summer skills and games

Saturdays 7 weekends

Ages 6-7 years old

When: June 9,16,23,30, July 7,14, 21

2:10-5:20

Skills 2:10-3:20

Instructional games 3:20-5:20

No score kept

Kids will develop basketball basic fundamentals.

June 11-Aug. 3

2nd-5th grade

4 days a week (3 days skills training Friday instructional game day)

3 hours a day

What kids will improve on:

Confidence, Ball handling, Passing, Footwork and agility, Basketball fundamentals

Prizes

June 4-Aug. 3

Middle school-high school

5 days a week of training

Fridays game day (clock and score)

3 hours of skills training

What kids will improve on:

Confidence, Basketball Fundamentals, Ball handling, Shooting, Defense (man to man and etc), Changing speeds, Separation moves, Heavy ball training, Footwork and agility.

Sibling Discounts

This is a full summer basketball skills program.Kids do not have to register for the whole summer. Kids can attend the weeks they are available. This is not only a skills camp, Fridays are game days. Kids will be able to apply what they have learned during the week in a game.

This camp is limited amount of space, register early to reserve a spot.

For more details about the summer program, prices, or to register please contact Coach kiki. Skill sessions also offered during the week

Coach Kiki (professional basketball player)

928-853-0014

Up With People, Jr.

July 16-20; $200, scholarships available. Camp location: Museum of Northern Arizona. This day camp is designed to bring children together to impact and inspire their communities through music and performance, global awareness, education, community service and summer camp fun. The camp session culminates with a high energy public performance showcasing the children’s talents, cultures and hopes for the world. Ages 8-12. To sign up, email Michelle Galloway at flagstaff@upwithpeoplejr.org, or visit upwithpeoplejr.org.

Young Author's Camp

July 23-27 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., open to grades 4-7, held in the Liberal Arts building at Northern Arizona University, $150. The camp experience includes activities that help create a safe and productive environment for creative minds such as journaling, poetry writing, and writing marathons. Participants will share their writing in small groups and receive helpful responses to their writing. They will edit and publish their writing, receive instruction on specific writing styles, perform activities to activate the imagination, and explore ways to celebrate writing while having fun and making new friends. Contact/registration information - Kris Harris, 523-6402 or kris.harris@nau.edu.

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