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Find a Summer Camp Near Hopkins for Your Children

Our 2013 summer camp guide includes a handy rundown of camps near you, and a growing list of camps on our map throughout the Twin Cities area. Registration is on now.

With the choice and variety of summer camps available in 2013, boredom won't be an option.

Organizations from Hopkins Community Education to your local parks and recreation department offer dozens of camp choices for science, nature, sports, music and more. Whether you're looking for an all-around experience or a more-focused camp, this list features a few in your town and nearby.

Check the list below for some camps near Hopkins, or check out the map above for camps around the region. Click the green pins for more information, or use the map slider on the left to zoom in or out.

Know of a camp that's not on our list or our map? Visit this page and submit the information, and we'll add it.

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Camp Royal
A variety of camps from Hopkins Community Education centered on sports, cooking, education, art, creative activities and more.
Where: Most camps are at Eisenhower Community Center and Eisenhower Elementary School (1001 Highway 7, Hopkins). Some camps are at Hopkins West Junior High (3830 Baker Road, Minnetonka) and the Lindbergh Center Entrance to Hopkins High School (2400 Lindbergh Dr, Minnetonka, MN)
Phone: 952-988-4070
When: June 17 - August 15
Registration Deadline: Ongoing
Cost: Varies depending on the camp
For more information


Summer Mathematics Institute (SMI)
Math Camp focusing on discrete mathematics and/or geometry
Where: Augsburg College, 2211 Riverside Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55454
Phone: 612-330-1104, ext. 1335
When: June 23-28, 2013
Registration Deadline: 4/12/2013
Cost: $ 490.00 per person
For more information
The content provided at the Institute will extend beyond the standard school curriculum and help to prepare students for challenging problem solving experiences in mathematics competitions. Students entereing grades 8-10 are encouraged to apply. A minimum of Algebra 1 and some geometry is necessary background. Cost includes room and board.

Otsego Soccer Camp
Sports - Soccer
Where: Beaudry Meadows Park, 11375 77th Street NE, Otsego, MN 55301
Phone: 763-232-2389
When: July 8th-11th
Registration Deadline: June 28th 2012
Cost: 70
For more information
The MN Soccer Academy Otsego camp is open to all players ages 5-10 years of age. 4 day camp 2 hours per day Coached by Professionally certified trainers Age Group specific training Accommodate all ability levels Affordable training for aspiring soccer players

MN Soccer Academy Soccer Camp
Sports - Soccer
Where: St. Michael - Albertville Middle School, 4862 Naber Ave NE, St. Michael, MN 55376
Phone: 763-232-2389
When: July 16th-19th
Registration Deadline: July 1st, 2013
Cost: $60
For more information
Two Camps available 5-10 - Developmental camp 11+ Try-out Prep camp 4 Day camp Professionally coached

STMA United Summer Camp
Sports - Soccer
Where: Lower Recreational Fields - St. Michael, 32nd Street, St. Michael, MN 55376
Phone: 612-382-0518
When: June 10th-14th
Registration Deadline: May 31st, 2013
Cost: $90
For more information
http://stma.cornerkicksystems.com/page/show/6608-soccer-camps
OleChess Camp
Chess Camp
Where: St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Ave, Northfield, MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3042
When: July 21 - 26
Registration Deadline: 7/12/2013
Cost: $640
For more information
This Chess camp offers a challenging week of instruction featuring some of the premier players and teachers in the world. Instruction is supplemented with a series of activities designed to reinforce the new skills you learn and to provide ample opportunities for play. OleChess is designed for chess players of all strengths, ages and levels of experience. Five camps in one, session options include Chess Exploration, Intensive Study Youth, Intensive Study, Chess Fundamentals with additional events OleChess Summer Tournament, Chess Basics Class and Chesscorts. Financial assistance available for qualified MN residents.

St. Olaf Theater Camps
Acting, Musical and Technical Theater Camps
Where: St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Ave, Northfield , MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3042
When: June 11-15, June 16-22, and June 23-29
Registration Deadline: Two weeks prior to start of camp
Cost: $450-$545
For more information
Acting: Explore everything from vocal expression to stage combat with others who love theater as much as you do. This process-driven camp is filled with classes, rehearsals and fun social activities. Campers will work with talented instructors as well as guest specialists in musical theater, acting and movement. No prior theater experience is required and Master Class option available for the advanced camper. Musical:This process driven camp will focus on how theater combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. Work with great instructors and guest professions to explore the basics of signing, projection, and character and story development. No prior experience needed. Technical: In this hands-on and lecture-based camp, students will explore the process of design and the creation and implementation of the technical elements of theater. Exploration of scenic lighting, video and sound, scenery and costume creation, stage management and production management, 3D and CAD software and software applications like Qlab and Isadora. No prior experience needed. Financial assistance available for qualified MN residents.

Kingdom Rock Preschool Vacation Bible School
A faith-based camp with games, craft, songs and snacks
Where: Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 7401 County Road 101, Maple Grove, MN 55311
Phone: 763-420-5015
When: June 24-27; July 8-11
Registration Deadline: none
Cost: $37
For more information
9 am-12 noon each day for 3 year olds through entering kindergarten in fall 2013

Vacation Bible School
A faith-based camp with games, craft, songs and snacks
Where: Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 7401 County Road 101, Maple Grove, MN 55311
Phone: 763-420-5015
When: July 22-25; July 29-August 1; August 5-8
Registration Deadline: none
Cost: $45
For more information
9 am-3 pm each day for those entering grades 1-6 in fall 2013 bring a bag lunch each day

Summer on the Farm
Nature, Art, Swimming, Animal, Gardening and Cooking!
Where: Children's Country Day School, 1588 Victoria Rd. S., Mendota Heights, MN 55118
Phone: 651-454-4000
When: June 10- August 16th
Registration Deadline: None
Cost: Depends on schedule
For more information
For over 40 years we have helped children ages 2-6 have their best summer ever! Activities include swimming, pony rides, farm chores, cooking, nature exploration, stories, games, music, riding toys, and art projects. Each age group has their own inside air conditioned space which is used for those rainy days and indoor activities. Age appropriate materials are provided for each age group. Farm chores include; feeding the goats, chickens, rabbits and ponies, brushing the ponies, watering and helping maintain the vegetable and flower gardens.

Camp Shamineau
Outdoor activities and Water Sports
Where: Motley,MN, 2345 Ridge Road, Motley, MN 56466
Phone: 800-305-8118
When: June - August 9
Registration Deadline: None
Cost: $354 per week
For more information
My kids have loved going to this camp for many years and won't discuss any summer family vacations until they are registered with their friends. Our son is now a counselor at this camp where we've seen him grow into a young man who truly enjoys getting to know his young, rambunctious campers and helping them grow closer to God. Both of our kids have grown in responsibility, personal strength, sensitivity, understanding and patience in working with all kinds of personalities and reliance upon God for all things. My husband and I consider the Camp Shamineau staff as some of the most important and effective partners we'll ever have in raising our kids.

Primrose School of Edina
Weekly Themes
Where: Primrose School of Edina, 7399 Metro Blvd, Edina, MN 55439
Phone: 763-381-4971
When: All Summer
Registration Deadline: On going
Cost: Per Program
For more information
We have full day camps for preschool children- kindergarten throughout the summer. Each week is a different theme filled with in house workshops and field trips.

Luther Point Bible Camp Faith Alive Day Camp
Church camp
Where: Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Hudson, WI, 505 13th St. S., Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: 715-386-5409
When: 7/8/13-7/11/13
Registration Deadline: 3/31/2013
Cost: $25 before 3/17, $30 after for Kinergarten-5th grade, $10 for preschoolers
For more information
Kindergarten-5th grade camp times are 9am-2pmand is run by Luther Point Bible Camp day camp staff and Mt. Zion volunteers. Preschool day camp (must be 3 years old by 12/31/12) times are 9-11:30am and is run by our Sunday School volunteers.

Summer Solutions
Academic, Enrichment and Day Camp
Where: Visitation School, 2455 Visitation Drive, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
Phone: 651-683-1751
When: June 17-August 21
Registration Deadline: 5/24/2013
Cost: Varies by program
For more information
Visitation School’s Summer Solution, which includes summer classes and summer camp, is an academic, enrichment and fun program serving children from preschool through 12th grade. Enrollment is open to all. The programs meet the needs of the individual child with one-on-one, small and large group settings. The programs offer a friendly, relaxed and supportive environment for learning, enrichment and creativity. Your child’s imagination and intellect will be sparked! Our summer programs, consistent with our philosophy for educating students, are guided by the virtues of gentle strength, joyful optimism, respect and humility.

Woodbury Soccer Club Summer Soccer Camps
Sports
Where: Bielenberg Sports Center Blue Fields, 4125 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-214-2421
When: June 17-20
Registration Deadline: 6/10/2013
Cost: $125 half day $165 full day
For more information
Mini Camp (ages 5-12) - $125, Mon-Fri, 9am to 12pm Youth Camp (ages 10-15) - $165, Mon-Thur, 9am to 3pm and Fri 9am to 12pm An outstanding camp experience! 1. Our staff of coaches is experienced and still plays so they can teach the game to the new player and push the experienced player to get better 2. Great games and activities will make each day a fun challenging experience designed to maximize player’s time playing soccer not standing around listening to a coach talk 3. Players will be put into groups with like players to insure enjoyment and development Visit our website at www.woodburysoccer.com
http://www.woodburysoccer.com/
Woodbury Soccer Club Summer Soccer Camps
Sports
Where: Bielenberg Sports Center Blue Fields, 4125 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-214-2421
When: June 24-28
Registration Deadline: 6/17/2013
Cost: $125 or $165
For more information
Mini Camp (ages 5-12) - $125, Mon-Fri, 9am to 12pm Youth Camp (ages 10-15) - $165, Mon-Thur, 9am to 3pm and Fri 9am to 12pm An outstanding camp experience! 1. Our staff of coaches is experienced and still plays so they can teach the game to the new player and push the experienced player to get better 2. Great games and activities will make each day a fun challenging experience designed to maximize player’s time playing soccer not standing around listening to a coach talk 3. Players will be put into groups with like players to insure enjoyment and development Visit our website at www.woodburysoccer.com
http://www.woodburysoccer.com/
Woodbury Soccer Club Summer Soccer Camps
Sports
Where: Bielenberg Sports Center Blue Fields, 4125 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-214-2421
When: July 8-12
Registration Deadline: July 1 - walk-ups accepted
Cost: $125 half day $165 full day
For more information
Mini Camp (ages 5-12) - $125, Mon-Fri, 9am to 12pm Youth Camp (ages 10-15) - $165, Mon-Thur, 9am to 3pm and Fri 9am to 12pm An outstanding camp experience! 1. Our staff of coaches is experienced and still plays so they can teach the game to the new player and push the experienced player to get better 2. Great games and activities will make each day a fun challenging experience designed to maximize player’s time playing soccer not standing around listening to a coach talk 3. Players will be put into groups with like players to insure enjoyment and development Visit our website at www.woodburysoccer.com
http://www.woodburysoccer.com/
Woodbury Soccer Club Summer Soccer Camps
Sports
Where: Bielenberg Sports Center Blue Fields, 4125 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-214-2421
When: July 22-26
Registration Deadline: July 17 - walk-ups accepted
Cost: $125 half day, $165 full day
For more information
Mini Camp (ages 5-12) - $125, Mon-Fri, 9am to 12pm Youth Camp (ages 10-15) - $165, Mon-Thur, 9am to 3pm and Fri 9am to 12pm An outstanding camp experience! 1. Our staff of coaches is experienced and still plays so they can teach the game to the new player and push the experienced player to get better 2. Great games and activities will make each day a fun challenging experience designed to maximize player’s time playing soccer not standing around listening to a coach talk 3. Players will be put into groups with like players to insure enjoyment and development Visit our website at www.woodburysoccer.com
http://www.woodburysoccer.com/
Wayzata Community Education Summer WISHES
Variety of Camps
Where: Plymouth Creek Elementary, 16005 41st Ave N, Plymouth, MN 55446
Phone: 763-745-5213
When: June 10 - August 2
Registration Deadline: Registration opens March 14, and will remain open until classes are full
Cost: Range: $29.00-$175.00
For more information
Offering a variety of summer enrichment camps for students in grades K-8. Camps include art, science, math, robotics, video game design, cooking, dance and more! We offer full-day and half-day camps in a variety of price ranges.

St. Olaf Music Camp
Band, Orchestra and Choir Camps
Where: St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Ave, Northfield, MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3042
When: June 16 - 22
Registration Deadline: 5/31/2013
Cost: $605
For more information
This week-long camp is filled with days of music making and instruction from internationally acclaimed St. Olaf music faculty. Band, choir and orchestra members prepare for concerts, try new musical venues such as musical theater, jazz, gospel, rhythm workshops, conducting, or handbells. Private lessons with St. Olaf faculty included. Fun recreational activities make this a complete camp experience. Financial assistance available for MN residents through the MN office of Higher Education, see camp website for details.

Diving Camp
Competitive diving
Where: St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Ave, Northfield, MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3042
When: June 23 - 27
Registration Deadline: 6/8/2013
Cost: $505
For more information
St. Olaf College Diving Coach Gabe Kortuem will improve all aspects of your diving using the techniques that elevated him to a winning college career and propelled his athletes onto multi-All-American performances. Pool time, dry-land training, dry board and trampoline practice, video and classroom sessions all aid in making this a comprehensive diving camp. Evening activities in cooperation with the St. Olaf College Swim Camp complete the residential camp experience.

Piano Academy
Music: piano
Where: St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Ave, Northfield, MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3042
When: June 16 - 22
Registration Deadline: 6/8/2013
Cost: $700
For more information
The St. Olaf Summer Piano Academy offers serious piano students an opportunity to work closely with the St. Olaf piano faculty in private lessons, master classes, chamber ensembles and enrichment classes. Participation is open by audition to high school pianists. Academy faculty present daily master classes in which students participate and observe. Students have the opportunity to participate in piano ensembles and string chamber ensembles (in cooperation with Summer Music Camp), and perform in evening recitals. Fun recreational activities make this a complete camp experience. Financial assistance for MN students in need.

Camp Discovery
Variety of Camps
Where: 56 locations around the Twin Cities area, 5903 Neal Ave N, Oak Park Heights, MN 55082
Phone: 651-209-0093
When: June - August
Registration Deadline: Register Anytime
Cost: Varies by Center
For more information
The 2013 summer program at New Horizon Academy, Camp Discovery, is your child's passport to a summer of fun, friends, and field trips. We have created the most fun-filled, action-packed summer program based on our 40+ years of experience with young children and school-age children who are on summer vacation. A new theme each month challenges kids through experiments, special projects, games, crafts, and stories from around the world. Our summer activities will develop your child's intellect, social skills, creative thought, and most importantly, self-esteem.

St. Croix Sailing Club
Outdoor activity/sport
Where: Hudson, Wi, Corner of 1st St. and Buckeye St., Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: 715-808-4114
When: weekly, 6/10-8/16
Registration Deadline: before each week
Cost: $225 per week
For more information
Learn to sail, no experience necessary! Ages 7 and up. Session sizes are limited.

Summer Uproar
Field trips, Fun group activities
Where: The Y in Woodbury, 2175 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55118
Phone: 651-731-9507
When: June 10 - August 30
Registration Deadline: One week prior to week of camp
Cost: $136-$198
For more information
Summer Uproar is for preteens and teens entering grades 5-9 in the fall. Summer Uproar is a full-day, experience-based enrichment program that encourages older kids to explore their ever-expanding workld, increase understanding, build independence and have fun! You can choose from 3, 4, or 5 day options.

Teen Scene
A program for special needs participants
Where: The Y in Woodbury, 2175 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-731-9507
When: Offered two weeks per month: June 17, June 24, July 8, July 22, August 5 and August 19
Registration Deadline: The week prior to start of camp
Cost: $175
For more information
•For teens and youg adults ages 15 - 21 •Monday, Wednesday, Friday •First-time participants must schedule a meeting with Teen Scene staff prior to registration •Before & After care is available YMCA Teen Scene is a fully-inclusive program for individuals with physical, cognitive, sensory, emotional and/or multiple disabilities. Teens will have fun while participating in field trips, arts and crafts, team building, swimming, life skills and more.

Summer Power Preschool
Arts and Crafts, nature studies, swim once a week
Where: The Y in Woodbury, 2175 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Phone: 651-731-9507
When: June 10 - August 23
Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of camp
Cost: $84-$172
For more information
•For children ages 24 - 35 months ◦Age as of June 1, 2013 ◦Tuesday/Thurdsay schedule •For children ages 3 - 5 ◦must be potty trained ◦2-, 3-, 5-day schedule option •Learning through fun and play to help children grow Qualified teachers lead 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-year-old children in activities that will help prepare them for their school years. Your child will learn to write, count, sit and listen, follow directions, interact with other children, recognize and express feelings, and use words to solve conflict. They will also make friends and have fun as they sing songs, participate in arts and crafts, nature studies and much more. Children 3 and older will swim once a week for each session.

YMCA Day Camp Kumalya
Swimming, canoeing, nature, archery, fishing, cookouts, arts & crafts
Where: Lake Elmo Park Reserve, 1515 Keats Ave N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Phone: 651-731-9507
When: June 10 - August 30
Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of camp
Cost: $152-$222
For more information
Nothing says summertime adventure like the shouting of excited campers hiking on a path or the splashing of paddles on the lake! YMCA Camp Kumalya is a wonderful place for your child to experience fun, outdoor adventures this summer. Camp Kumalya provides a week packed full of exciting and structured activities for the new and returning camper. Located at beautiful Lake Elmo Park Reserve in Lake Elmo, Minnesota, campers age 4 through 14 participate in small, age-appropriate groups under the guidance and responsible supervision of our trained Y staff members. Activities help to build self-esteem, learn new skills, and practice the YMCA’s core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. And each year, every child leaves with special beads to mark their accomplishments and treasured experiences.

Teen Specialty Camps
Teen Archery, Teen Canoeing, Leaders-In-Training
Where: Lake Elmo Park Reserve, 1515 Keats Ave N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Phone: 651-731-9507
When: June 17-August 5
Registration Deadline: 1 week prior to start of camp
Cost: $180-$247
For more information
Developing leadership qualities and abilities are important life-long ingredients. Our leadership camps develop the whole person — spirit, mind, and body — through a variety of service projects, hands-on activities, and team building exercises. Our leaders of tomorrow begin with our youth of today! Try a new camp, discover new things: Leaders-In-Training Teen Archery Teen Canoeing

Fun in the Son Servant Leadership Camp
Service
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: July 15-18
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $130 before July 1, $145 after July 1
For more information
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Ages: Students entering grades 6 – 10 This service camp will explore the servant leadership style of Jesus through visual arts, theology classes and daily service trips. The camp is divided into a 6-8th grade track and Fun in the Son II, a more intensive service camp for grades 9-10. The two camps work cooperatively, but most activities keep camps independent from each other. The final afternoon offers a closing prayer service.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Drama Camp
Performing Arts
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 17-21
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $90 in advance, $100 walk-in
For more information
9 a.m. – Noon Ages: Students entering grades 3 - 7 Explore your inner actor! Students attending BSM’s Drama Camp will explore a variety of theater-related activities, including pantomime, vocal performance, auditioning skills, movement/choreography, and stage makeup. All participants will receive a T-shirt and instruction from current theater department staff as well as recent theater department graduates. A performance showcasing skills learned will be held on the final day of camp.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Summer Strings Camp
Orchestra
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: July 15-19
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $90 before May 31, $100 after May 31
For more information
9 a.m. - Noon Ages: Students entering grades 4 - 7 Level 1: Beginners Level 2: Students with 1-2 years experience Level 3: Students with 3 or more years playing experience Summer Strings will explore the joy of music making through: • Live chamber music performance by the faculty and staff • Fun note reading and rhythm drill sessions • Daily group lessons and sectional rehearsals • Daily string orchestra with final day performance at 11:30 a.m. Summer Strings fee includes: All camp activities, Summer Strings Camp T-shirt, in-camp chamber music demo by faculty, highly qualified faculty with assistance from current BSM string students and recent grads. Summer Strings notes: • Students are expected to have an instrument on the first day. • Reduced rate one-week instrument rental available upon request if arranged in advance. Contact Kristina Lantz. For more information, contact Kristina Lantz, camp director, at 612-801-4282.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Science Camp
Science
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: July 22-25
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $90 in advance, $100 walk-in
For more information
9 a.m. – Noon Ages: Students entering grades 4 – 7 This summer explore the world of science with a fun, hands-on camp! You will learn about chemistry, physics, and engineering during this four-day camp. If you like mixing chemicals, exploring how things work, and building machines according to YOUR design, then this camp is for you. Join us! For more information, contact Lindsay Novak atlnovak@BSMschool.org.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Boys' Hockey Camp
Sports
Where: St. Louis Park Recreation Center, 3700 Monterey Drive, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 10-July 24
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $525 for Grades 7-8, $585 for Grades 9-12
For more information
Bantam Group (7th and 8th Grade) Dates: June 18–21, June 25–June 28 (Week of July 4th off), July 8–11, July 15–18, July 22-24 Time Schedule: Tues & Thurs 8:30 - 9:45 a.m. – On-Ice Skill Training, Concepts and Small Games; 10 - 11 a.m. - Dryland/Classroom Wed 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. – Scrimmage/Small Game Day Cost: $525 High School I (9th and 10th Grade) Dates: June 10–13, June 17–20, June 24–June 27 (Week of July 4th off), July 8–11, July 15–18, July 22–24 Time Schedule: Mon & Wed 9:45 - 11 a.m. – Scrimmage Day Tues & Thurs (Group is divided into two sessions on these days) Group 1A: 10 - 11 a.m. On-Ice Skill Training, Concepts and Games 11:15 - 12:15 p.m. Dryland/Classroom Group 1B: 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. On-Ice Skill Training, Concepts and Games 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Dryland/classroom Cost: $585 High School II (11th and 12th Grade — and returning players) Dates: June 10–13, June 17–20, June 24–June 27 (Week of July 4th off), July 8–11, July 15–18, July 22–24 Time Schedule: Mon & Wed 11:15 - 12:30 p.m. – Skill Day and Small Area Games Tues & Thurs 12:30 - 1:45 p.m. – Scrimmage Day 2 - 3 p.m. – Dryland/Classroom Cost: $585 Camp instructors will be head coach Ken Pauly and members of BSM’s coaching staff. This year’s guest instructors will include current professional and USHL players. Former Red Knight and collegiate players will serve as on- and off-ice assistants. All training activity takes place at St. Louis Park Recreation Center. For additional information, please contact head varsity coach Ken Pauly at kpauly@BSMschool.org or 763-529-9308.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Girls' Hockey Camp
Sports
Where: St. Louis Park Recreation Center, 3700 Monterey Drive, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 17-July 24
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $395
For more information
Dates: June 17, 19, 24, 26 July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 (Mondays & Wednesdays) Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Ages: Students entering grades 7 – 12 For more information: dherbst@BSMschool.org.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Art Camp
Art
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 10-13
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $80 in advance, $100 walk-in
For more information
9 a.m. – noon Ages: Students entering grades 4 – 7 Have you ever wanted to design your own t-shirt or take a picture with a paint can? Enjoy experimenting with new techniques in this hands-on, exciting week of art making. Each day will involve a different medium and a new masterpiece to take home. This course will be taught by two members of the Benilde St.-Margaret’s art department.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Co-Ed Tennis Camp
Sports
Where: Aquila Park, Minnetonka Blvd & Xyon Ave, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 10-13, June 17-20, June 24-27
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $80 in advance, $100 walk-in per session
For more information
Session I June 10 – 13 Session II June 17 – 20 Session III June 24 – June 27 (36 openings, maximum) Time: 4:30 – 6 p.m. Ages: Students entering grades 6 – 9 Time: 6:15 – 8 p.m. Ages: Students entering grades 10 – 12 Cost: $80 early registration/$100 walk-in (per session) BSM tennis coaches will run the camp with the assistance of varsity/current college players. Campers will receive instruction in stroke development, serving and returning, volleys and specialty shots, along with concentration on positioning and match tactics. Each camper will receive a T-shirt.

Benilde-St. Margaret's Softball Camp
Sports
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 17-20; June 24-27; June 24-28; July 8-11; July 15-18
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $90 in advance, $100 walk-in
For more information
Ages: Students entering grades 5 – 8. 9:30 a.m. – Noon. The BSM coaching staff and current and former varsity players will instruct campers on the finer points of fast-pitch softball, including catching, throwing, bunting, hitting, base running, pitching, postioning, fielding responsibilities and the overall sport dynamics. Campers will receive a camp T-shirt.
Ages: Students entering grades 5 – 9. 9 a.m. – Noon. The BSM varsity coaching staff as well as the former and current varsity players will instruct campers on the finer points of the game of lacrosse. Daily instruction will focus on fundamentals, individual skills and team play. All campers will receive a T-shirt and participate in daily games.
Ages: Students entering grades 5 – 9. 9 a.m. – Noon. The BSM varsity coaching staff, as well as the former and current varsity players, will instruct campers on the finer points of the game of lacrosse. Daily instruction will focus on fundamentals, individual skills and team play. All campers will receive a T-shirt and participate in daily games.
Ages: Students entering grades 6 – 9. 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Head coach Dave Platt and the BSM coaching staff will run the camp with the assistance of several varsity players. Campers will receive instruction in individual skill development, offensive/defensive tactics, large- and small-game strategies, as well as individual training for goalkeepers. All campers will receive a T-shirt, and prizes will be awarded for individual and team competitions. Visit the BSM boys’ soccer website at www.BSMschool.org/boyssoccer. For more information, contact Dave Platt at dplatt@BSMschool.org.
Ages: Students entering grades 6 – 8. 9 a.m. – Noon. Head coach Scott Helling-Christy will direct this comprehensive soccer camp run by girls’ assistant and goalkeeper coach Anne Erickson and coach Steve Vuolo. Current and former high school varsity soccer players will help campers develop in the technical and tactical aspects of the game. All campers will receive a skills booklet, a program yearbook and camp gear. Individual, specific goalkeeper training will also be provided.
Ages: Students entering grades 5 – 9. 9 a.m. – Noon. All campers receive a T-shirt and a basketball. Daily games and contests focus on offensive and defensive fundamentals. Head Coach Bob Lyons and the BSM coaching staff will run the camp with assistance from varsity players.

Twin Town Guitars Summer Sessions Band Camp
Music
Where: Twin Town Guitars, 3400 Lyndale Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Phone: 612-822-3334
When: Session I: June 10th-21st Session II: July 29th-August 9th
Registration Deadline: June 9th and July 28th
Cost: $375
For more information
Bring your instrument and rock in a band! Youth, Teen and Girl Powered-Rock campers learn about starting a band, band rehearsals, song selection, song writing and stage performance. Even try a new instrument if you like. This camp concludes with a live performance at the Whiskey Junction! Thank you! Carrie Bell Director of Music Education Twin Town Guitars

Benilde-St. Margaret's Boys' Basketball Camp
Sports
Where: Benilde-St. Margaret's School, 2501 Highway 100 S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: 952-927-4176
When: June 10-21; June 10-14; June 17-21; July 15-18
Registration Deadline: N/A
Cost: $100 in advance, $115 walk-in
For more information
Dates: June 10 – 21, M – F Time: 9 – 10:30 a.m. Ages: Students entering grades 3 – 6 Time: 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Ages: Students entering grades 7 – 9 All campers receive a basketball, individual evaluations, and T-shirts. (For those registering before May 20, your T-shirt will include your last name.) Head coach John Moore (’74) and the BSM coaching staff will conduct camp with assistance from college players and current/former varsity players. The first week of camp will emphasize individual skill development through station work. Week two will consist of individual and team competition. A camp for senior high players is also available. See our website for more details.
June 10-14. Ages: Students entering grades 7 – 9; 8 – 10 a.m. The BSM football camp will provide a non-contact learning environment focusing on skills, techniques and teamwork. The emphasis will be on fundamentals. All campers will receive a T-shirt, and awards are given daily.
June 17-21. Ages: Students entering grades 9 – 10; Time: 8 – 10 a.m. June 17-21. Ages: Students entering grades 6 – 8. Time: 1 – 3 p.m. The BSM’s varsity coaching staff provides camp instruction. Campers will receive a T-shirt.
July 15-18: Ages: Students entering grades 3 – 8. 1 – 3:30 p.m. BSM varsity coaches and athletes will lead a fun-filled week of games, instruction and contests. T-shirts will be awarded to all participants.

Go Tell It on the Mountain!
Vacation Bible School
Where: St. John Lutheran Church, 1975 St. John's Drive, Woodbury, MN 55129
Phone: 651-436-6621
When: mornings: June 24-27, 2013
Registration Deadline: 6/16/2013
Cost: $20/child or $40 max per family
For more information
Join us for a week of learning about God's Word through music, crafts, fun & friends! Family program Thursday evening. All children welcome, age 4 - 11.

Summer Adventures, Camps at Warner Nature Center
Outdoor Activities
Where: Warner Nature Center, 15375 Norell Ave. No., Marine on St. Croix, MN 55047
Phone: 651-433-2427 ext 10
When: Week long camps starting June 24, 2013 through August 16, 2013
Registration Deadline: 1 week before camp
Cost: varies
For more information
We do have scholarships available. 2 camps have an overnight stay. Summer Camp Assistants opportunities for ages 16-19.

Camp Superkids
Asthma
Where: YMCA Camp Ihduhapi, 3425 Ihduhapi Road, Loretto, MN 55357
Phone: 651-268-7587
When: June 23-28, 2013
Registration Deadline: 6/7/2013
Cost: $495 per camper
For more information
Camp Superkids is a fun educational summer camp for children ages 7-15, with moderate to severe asthma. Campers learn to better manage and control their disease. Operated by American Lung Association in Minnesota. For more details, emailcynthia.isaacson@lungmn.org and request a brochure

LEAD Adventure Camp
Leadership Camp
Where: Lebanon Hills Regional Park, 860 Cliff Road, Eagan, MN 55213
Phone: 651-306-3633
When: June 25-27
Registration Deadline: 6/18/2013
Cost: $175
For more information
LEAD Adventure Camp This unique leadership camp is designed to be fun, meaningful and challenging. The actibibies will take place at Lebanon Hills Regional Park but transportation will be provided at IGH Middle School, SSP High School and Moreland Elementary School. The Voyageur Outward Bound staff will lean the LEAD participants through a series of activities giving students an opportunity to test their leadership skills. Each student will be challenged to consider how the skills and knowledge they gained will help them stand strong in their future! For students entering grades 6-8 Day 1 - Team building Day 2 - High Ropes Course Day 3 - Canoeing

Summer Science
Preschool Science
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: June 10-13
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $88
For more information
Children love to explore and ask questions about the world around them. We would love to help them find a few of the answers to those questions! Our class is designed to introduce children to the world of science through a variety of hands on experiences using common household materials and ingredients. We will explore the concepts of polarity and absorption, create a partial vacuum and explore how sound travels just to name a few of our experiments. The goal of the class is to have fun learning about science while encouraging children to make predictions and suggest explanations for what they observe. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Lickity Legos
Legos for 4-6 year olds
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: June 17 – 20
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $98
For more information
Come explore the world of Legos with us! Students will have plenty of time to create, explore and use their imaginations to design their own projects. Teachers will also guide a small structured project each day that will require practicing step-by-step instructions. Complete the day with Lego stories, snack and outdoor time and you have a full morning of Lego fun! The Best Part? You can take all your creations home to enjoy!!! All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Reading Rocks I
Reading for 3.5-5 year olds
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: June 24 – 27
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $88
For more information
Reading is a crucial part of your child’s education. Exposing your preschooler to early literacy skills will help them become successful readers. Our class is designed to help develop those literacy skills and also develop a love for books and reading. The theme for our class will be Audrey Wood (session I) and Eric Carle (session II). We will focus on one of her/his books each day of class. The class will include a daily read aloud (book of the day), art project (based on book), literacy centers, snack and outdoor time. We will also travel to the nursing home down the street for reading buddies and travel to the local park for a “Read In The Park” day. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Reading Rocks II
Reading for 3.5-5 year olds
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: August 12 – 15
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $88
For more information
Reading is a crucial part of your child’s education. Exposing your preschooler to early literacy skills will help them become successful readers. Our class is designed to help develop those literacy skills and also develop a love for books and reading. The theme for our class will be Audrey Wood (session I) and Eric Carle (session II). We will focus on one of her/his books each day of class. The class will include a daily read aloud (book of the day), art project (based on book), literacy centers, snack and outdoor time. We will also travel to the nursing home down the street for reading buddies and travel to the local park for a “Read In The Park” day. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Magnificent Math
Math for 3.5 - 5 year olds
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: July 8-11
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $88
For more information
Math is fun! Or is it?! Research has proven that children who are exposed to early math skills in their preschool years are more likely to enjoy and succeed in math when they are older. Early experiences and enjoyment in math are also linked to reading success in elementary school! Our goal is to give your child the right impression about math – it is terrific! We will introduce a new concept each day of class. Centers will be geared to help students explore the concept of the day. We will also have a story time, group activity, snack and outdoor play activity to support the concept. Students will create a math bag to take home, which will include fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. The concepts we will focus on this summer are: estimation, graphing, patterns & number recognition. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Shoe Tying Time
Help Prepare Children for Kindergarten
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: July 15-18
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $88
For more information
Shoe tying is an age old life skill that most children begin to develop at 5 years of age. The accomplishment of tying your own shoes instills not only confidence in oneself, but simple joy! Our goal is to help prepare your child for kindergarten or first grade by enhancing their shoe tying abilities through fine motor development , knowledge and a variety of FUN practice opportunities, including shoe tying practice with our size 20 basketball shoes! Your child will even take home their own wooden shoe to continue practicing. Our daily schedule will consist of free exploration, fun small group activities and lessons, stories and games, snack and outside time. No Velcro allowed. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Spanish Immersion Session I
Spanish Immersion
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: June 17 – July 18 (no class the week of July 4)
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $195
For more information
4-Week Spanish Immersion Sessions 2 days/week 1:00 – 3:30pm $195/session Pre-K Class 3 – 5 years Tuesdays & Thursdays K-2 Class 5 – 8 years Mondays & Wednesdays Did you know? A young child’s brain has twice as many synapses (connections) as an adult’s brain, which makes it easier for them to acquire a second language. If they don’t use these synapses by age 10, they begin to lose them. When compared to monolingual students, these extra synapses lead to improved performance on tasks that call for divergent thinking, pattern recognition and problem solving. According to the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) at the University of Minnesota, immersion programs are the most effective type of foreign language program. So what are you waiting for?! Join our Spanish Immersion classes this summer! Students can join with or without Spanish language experience. The immersion setting is a natural environment for learning the language, which means students who are at different levels (beginner through advanced) can be continuously challenged and share in the success. While your child is immersed in the Spanish language, they will participate in free exploration, small group activities and art projects, stories, snack, outside time and games. Not only will your child begin to learn the Spanish language, they will also start to develop knowledge and an appreciation of other cultures by singing songs, trying traditional foods and reading stories. Sessions will build on each other but Session I is not a pre-requisite for Session II. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Spanish Immersion Session II
Spanish Immersion
Where: Valley Preschool, 413 S. Greeley, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-439-8850
When: July 22 – August 15
Registration Deadline: ASAP
Cost: $195
For more information
4-Week Spanish Immersion Sessions 2 days/week 1:00 – 3:30pm $195/session Pre-K Class 3 – 5 years Tuesdays & Thursdays K-2 Class 5 – 8 years Mondays & Wednesdays Did you know? A young child’s brain has twice as many synapses (connections) as an adult’s brain, which makes it easier for them to acquire a second language. If they don’t use these synapses by age 10, they begin to lose them. When compared to monolingual students, these extra synapses lead to improved performance on tasks that call for divergent thinking, pattern recognition and problem solving. According to the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) at the University of Minnesota, immersion programs are the most effective type of foreign language program. So what are you waiting for?! Join our Spanish Immersion classes this summer! Students can join with or without Spanish language experience. The immersion setting is a natural environment for learning the language, which means students who are at different levels (beginner through advanced) can be continuously challenged and share in the success. While your child is immersed in the Spanish language, they will participate in free exploration, small group activities and art projects, stories, snack, outside time and games. Not only will your child begin to learn the Spanish language, they will also start to develop knowledge and an appreciation of other cultures by singing songs, trying traditional foods and reading stories. Sessions will build on each other but Session I is not a pre-requisite for Session II. All of our camps have a two-year curriculum rotation so students can attend the same camp multiple years and enjoy different activities and experiences. Camps are open to students 3.5 to 6 years of age with prior drop-off experience. Spanish Immersion sessions are open to students 3 to 8 years of age. An optional lunch hour will be offered daily for students attending morning camps or afternoon Spanish classes from 12:00-1:00pm. Students bring a bag lunch and Valley will provide beverages. Students wishing to stay full days can sign up for the morning camp, lunch, and Spanish class in the afternoon on the available days. Rest time will be included after lunch for full day students.

Blazer Basketball Camp
Basketball
Where: Visitation High School, 2455 visitation drive, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
Phone: 952-451-7253
When: 06.10.2013, 07.29.2013, 06.17.2013, 07.22.2013, 07.15.2013
Registration Deadline: 05.01.2013
Cost: $75-$100
For more information
We have both a boys and girls camps and the information is posted online. Please fill out a registration form found on the website if you are interested. There is also a shooting camp available this summer.

Kingdom Rock - Vacation Bible School
Faith-base with, crafts, music, science projects
Where: Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church, 3611 N. Berens Rd NW, Prior Lake , MN 55379
Phone: 952-230-2988
When: June 17-20
Registration Deadline: Register before June 1 for savings
Cost: $30/child or $75 max./family Late Registration (after June 1): $40/child
For more information
At Kingdom Rock VBS kids discover God's Word in a fun & unforgettable way! Each day, Kingdom Crews (small groups) rotate through a variety of stations including: story, lab, video, games, music, crafts and snack!

Fiddle Pal Camp
fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bass bluegrass instruction
Where: St. Paul Lutheran Church, 609 5th St. S, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651-275-0171
When: June 18-21 9-4:00
Registration Deadline: 6/15/2013
Cost: $425 until 03/31; $455 until 05/30
For more information
Bluegrass instructors from all over the U.S. will be in Stillwater to teach a variety of music to students ages 9-adult. Lunch, snacks, tshirts, a barn dance at the Historic Courthouse and one ticket to the final instructors' concert are all included with the price of registration.

Camp Acoma: Hopkins
Day Camp fun: Swimming instruction; Arts & Crafts; Ice Skating; Performing Arts; Outdoor Games
Where: Blake School, Hopkins, 110 South Blake Road , Hopkins, MN 55343
Phone: 952-988-3463
When: 6/17-7/26
Registration Deadline: None
Cost: 107.50/week for half days & 207/ week for full days
For more information
Summer at Blake offers arts, academics, athletic and day camp opportunities from 6/10-8/16 in addition to Camp Acoma: Hopkins.

Camp Acoma: Wayzata
Day Camp fun: Swimming instruction; Arts & Crafts; Ice Skating; Performing Arts; Outdoor Games
Where: Blake School, Wayzata or Highcroft Campus, 301 Peavey Lane, Wayzata, MN 55391
Phone: 952-988-3463
When: 7/29-8/9
Registration Deadline: 7/29/2013
Cost: $107.50/week for half days and $207/ week for full days
For more information
Summer at Blake offers arts, academics, athletic and day camp opportunities from 6/10-8/16 in addition to Camp Acoma: Wayzata & Hopkins.

Summer at Blake
Academics, Arts, Athletics & Day Camp (Camp Acoma)
Where: Blake School Campuses: Hopkins, Minneapolis & Wayzata, 110 South Blake Road, Hopkins, MN 55343
Phone: 952-988-3463
When: 6/10-8/16
Registration Deadline: None
Cost: $100.00-$1800.00
For more information
Join The Blake School for our 50th season of summer learning, growth and fun. Summer at Blake invites students from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade to pursue academic, artistic and athletic interests and passions, and includes Camp Acoma for children ages 4-11. From camps to courses, from the ice arena to the science lab, students enjoy Blake’s amazing facilities, talented coaches and superb teachers. Summer at Blake is open to children from throughout the Twin Cities and we offer a wide variety of options with a varied and flexible schedule. You do not need to attend Blake to join the fun. Where the joy and love of learning meet the magic of summer! Summer at Blake New 2013: · For elementary and middle school students: chemistry, fencing, knitting, Kids in the Kitchen, hockey, game theory mathematics, track and field, world music expedition, visual art · For high school students: writing workshop, ACT test prep, academic courses for graduation credit

ROAR!
Nature/Science 4-5 year olds
Where: Springbrook Nature Center, 100 85th Ave, Fridley, MN 55432
Phone: 763-572-3588
When: June 17-21
Registration Deadline: 6/14/2013
Cost: Fridley Residents $75 per camp / Non-Fridley Residents $85 per camp
For more information
Did you hear that? I bet it was a T-Rex! Put on your hat and grab your shovel. It’s time to uncover some fossils and find out about that roar! You’ll have a blast learning about the past during this week of prehistoric fun. Camp fees include camp t-shirt and snacks for each camp you register for. Lunchtime care provided free of charge to campers registered for both morning and afternoon sessions. Full descriptions of all camp titles can be found at our website.

Nature at Night
Nature/Science 4-5 year olds
Where: Springbrook Nature Center, 100 85th Ave, Fridley, MN 55432
Phone: 763-572-3588
When: June 17-21
Registration Deadline: 6/14/2013
Cost: Fridley Residents $75 per camp / Non-Fridley Residents $85 per camp
For more information
You don’t need to worry about what’s outside after dark. In fact, there’s a cool world out there just waiting to be discovered. Let’s learn all about NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (they come out at night). Shhhh…. Camp fees include camp t-shirt and snacks for each camp you register for. Lunchtime care provided free of charge to campers registered for both morning and afternoon sessions. Full descriptions of all camp titles can be found at our website.

On the Prowl
Nature/Science 4-5 year olds
Where: Springbrook Nature Center, 100 85th Ave, Fridley, MN 55432
Phone: 763-572-3588
When: July 15-19
Registration Deadline: 7/12/2013
Cost: Fridley Residents $75 per camp / Non-Fridley Residents $85 per camp
For more information
Delicious! That’s what an owl things about a mouse. But, the deer don’t think so – they’d rather eat acorns and leaves. Come find out what other tasty morsels are found on Nature’s Buffet. Camp fees include cam

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