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Summer Shades 2012 Edina Community Education

Youth programs

for ages 3-18

Set sail for summer! Come aboard to sharpen your skills in music, dance, sports, cooking, math, reading and to just have summer fun! Register now — camps fill up fast!

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Registration Information

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Summer Shades Course Index

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Aquatics Summer Performing Arts Academy Summer Strength Training Week 1: June 11-15 Week 2: June 18-22 Week 3: June 25-29 Week 4: July 2-6

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Week 5: July 9-13 27 Week 6: July 16-20 31 Week 7: July 23-27 34 Week 8: July 30-August 3 37 Week 9: August 6-10 40 Week 10: August 13-17 44 Week 11: August 20-24 47 Drivers’ Education Inside back cover

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Hello Kitty Cutene ss Art Class Do you “hear t� Hello Kitty? If so, you will love this class! masterpiece featur We will create a ing the cutest kitty ever! Bring a nut-fr ee snack and a beverage. Instructor: Kidcr eate

Princess, Fairies and Pixie Dust Art Cam p

The Summer Shades catalog is divided into eleven weeks of camps along with a special front section of Swim Lessons, Summer Performing Arts Academy, and Strength Training.

Ages 5-12

Celebrate all thing s magical as we tiaras, create make sparkly wand s, collage fairies and sprink le them with pixie dust, sculpt our very own kissab out of clay, and le frog more! Costumes welcome! Bring a bever age, nut-free snack recess attire. Instru and ctor: Abrakadood le Ages 3-6 9:30 AM - 12:00 716-20 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 209 4 Sessions $144

Stars, Planets and

T-Ball ages 5-8

This camp is designed to introd uce the young athlete to the sport of T-ball through skill development and small group games. Individual skills taught: throwing, catch ing, hitting, base and fielding. running Participants will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring ball glove, water basebottle, sunscreen, and a great attitu snack de! Coached by Unlimited staff Sports Ages 5-8 9:00 AM - 12:00 716-11 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center McCarthy Ball Field 4 Sessions $104

716-18 Friday, Jul 20 Room 216 $26

Game On! Summer yard games for grade s K-2 We will introd uce campers to all their favorite playg round games: Ships Across the Ocean, Anim al Light-Green Light, Tag, Freeze Tag, Red Kick ball, Captu Flag, Duck-Duck re -Grey Duck, Dodg the (with soft spong e e balls), Red Rover Ball Rover, 500, Shark -Red s and Minnows, Say’s and Steal Simon the Bacon. All equip provided. Instru ctor: Sports Unlim ment Staff ited

Stories

Blast off with Science Explo rers for a fun filled trip to the stars. We will learn about gravity and how the earth’s rotation affects our everyday lives. Then we will explore its phases and stop to investigate the plane ts of our solar system and how they orbit the sun. As we reach the end of our week , we will look to the constellations and learn their stories. Ages 4-6 10:00 AM - 12:00 716-27 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 213 4 Sessions $79

For boys & girls

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

Grades K-2 9:00 AM - 12:00 716-10 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $94

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 6 Them e: Brighter Than The

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Monday-Friday, July 16-20 6:45am - 6:00p m $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 Visiting the Down town Library riding the Light rail to the Mall of Amer ica and swimming at Sand Bottom pool are just a couple of the fun things happening this Please bring a week. swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle every Please registe day. r one week in advance. See page 11 for descri ption of “The Rec Center.� Register onlin e at edinacommunity ed.org/kidsclub

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Language lessons

ÂĄVen con nosot ros! “visitâ€? the count Come with us as we ries of Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Puerto Rico, this exciting cultur and Guatemala in al Spanish cours children. In each e for class you will “visitâ€? a new country, learning about its unique customs, arts, foods, and music — all in Spanish! Stude nts will love this interactive, dynamic class, which includ games, stories, es and traditional crafts. While adding stamp and creating postca s to their passport rds for each count participants will ry, be travel vocabulary introduced to exciting and learn how in Spanish. Instru to order ctor: Futura Langu Staff age

Grades K-5 716-Spanish 10:00 - 11:00 AM Tuesdays, Jul 17 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Room 238 5 Sessions $74

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normanda le

Grades 4-5 At Edina Com mun

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Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summ er programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choos to personal interes e activities according ts and energy levels including enrich ment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registr ation is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register onlin e at edinacommunity ed.org/kidsclub.

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Summer Shades is a program of Edina Community Education, Edina Public Schools, 5701 Normandale Road, Edina Minnesota 55424. Catalogs are produced and distributed three times per year (Fall, Winter/Spring, and Summer) Program Coordinator: Meg Barrett Youth Enrichment Manager & Catalog Editor: Lori Murphy Catalog Design: West 44th Street Graphics Cover Photo: Kali Nine, LLC Catalog Photos: istockphoto.com



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Summer Dance at EPA C is designed to teach proper dance technique, dance condi tioning, and repertoire f rom the upcoming Fall Musical. W e will focus on Jazz, Bas ic Tap Steps, Partnering including Bal let and Ballroom, as we ll as basic dance vocabulary whic h helps students and cho reographers be on the same page du ring the rehearsal proces s. You will also meet with the direc tor and vocal director of the fall musical for auditioning feedb ack. W e encourage as much attendance as possible so yo u can get the full experi en ce of these great classes, but we k now that camps, jobs, a nd vacations also have a priority. Jus t let us know ahead of ti me (if possiEOH LI\RXÂśUHQRWJRLQJ WREHDWFODVV Tuesdays & Thursday s June 19th-August 16th . No class July 3 or 5 1:00-4:00 PM 1:00 EHS, Perrfforming Arrtts Center 16 Sessions, $99 #6 18-45 EDINA COMMUNITY EDUC ATION CLASS REGISTRATI ON

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A new High School Summer Academy Program that includes enrichment-based classes in most academic subjects and are taught by EHS teachers. More information to come in late March.

Make checks payable to: Edina Public Schools

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A great collection of world language camps and classes in Spanish, Chinese and French.

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An extra week of classes/camps, August 20-24 to fill in when other options aren’t available. The celebration of 10-years of collaboration with Edina Parks and Recreation and Braemar Golf course for our half-day Tennis and Golf Camps.

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■ Cancels due to low enrollment Although most classes run, we reserve the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. We will notify you three business days before the start date if your class has been canceled. Your tuition will be refunded in full. ■ Individuals With Disabilities ! Call 952-848-3952 if your child needs assistance in attending a class. Please allow at least a 2 week notice for us to make arrangements for assistance. ■ If you need to cancel or change your class schedule. Cancellations or changes in your class schedule are accepted up to five business days before your class begins. Less than five business days prior to the start of class, you will be assessed a $10.00 fee and the course supply fee and you will be issued a credit it slip. No refunds on or after the class start date. Weekly camps are not prorated. No refunds due to inclement weather. ■ Late Pick-up Fees Parents arriving later than 5 minutes after the end of class will be charged $1 per minute. Payment is due at pick-up.

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Summer Shades Course Index ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT Fun in the Sun, age 3-6 37, 44 SAT/PSAT Test Prep, gr 10-12 42 Boost your Math! - Entering gr 2-5 42 Boost your Reading! - Entering gr 2-5 41 Write-Share-Play: A Creative Writing Class, gr 3-5 35 Post Kindergarten Adventure: Reading & Writing, Math - Entering gr 1 35 AMAZING ADVENTURES Biking Adventures, age 11-14 46 Archery Camp, gr 4-9 48 Towering Gumball Machine, age 6-8 47 Explore Minneapolis, age 9-11 43 Project Runway, gr 3-6 41 Edible Schoolyard at Highlands Garden, gr 1-5 22, 28, 35, 41 Outdoor Survival Camp, gr 4-9 23 AQUATICS All Levels, am & pm Learn to Dive Intermediate Diving Competitive Diving Guardstart Water Safety Aide Lifeguard Training

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ARTS & CRAFTS Ahoy Matie! Art Class, age 3-6 17 American Doll Accessory Camp, age 4-9 17 Art Camp Rocks, age 5-10 37 Clay Animation, gr K-3 23 Crafty Cakes Art Camp, age 5-12 28 Cute Cuddly Critters Art Camp, age 4-9 25 Dad and Me Fun Day! Age 2-5 37 Dangerous Boys and Daring Girls Art Camp, age 5-10 44 Disney Princess Mini Camp, age 3-6 25, 40 Fabulous Fashionistas Camp, age 5-10 21 Fancy Nancy Art Class, age 3-6 34 For the Love of Art Camp, age 5-12 33 Jewelry, Fun & Funky Workshop, gr 3-5, 6-9 24, 33, 43 Harry Potter Art Camp, age 5-12 29 Hello Kitty Cuteness Art Class, age 5-12 31 Horse Art Camp, age 5-10 22 I Love Duct Tape Art Camp, age 5-10 48 Learn to Draw,age 5-10 45 Little Girls Art School, age 3-6 34 Magical Mud-Clay Creation Camp, age 5-12 39 Marvelously Messy Art Camp, age 4-9 45 Mommy and Me Fun Day! age 2-5 17 Mommy Time-PJ Party Art Class, age 4-9 13 Mommy’s Time-Clay Play Day Art Class, age 4-9 27 Mommy’s Time-Girl Power Art Class, age 4-9 40 More Star Wars Adventures, age 5-10 40 My American Doll’s Summer Camp, age 3-6 44 Observation Drawing, gr 3-6 32 Princess, Fairies and Pixie Dust Art Camp 21, 31, 47 Rock Star Art Camp, age 5-10 34 Rockin Railroads and Race Cars, age 4-9 25 Sparkles and Bling Art Camp, age 4-9 48 Storybook Art Camp, age 3-6 27 Super Sized Squinkies Art Class,age 5-12 21 Superheroes in Training Art Camp, age 4-9 27

The Paint and Glue Crew, age 3-6 Tooth Fairy Box Art Class, age 4-9 Treasure Hunt Art Camp, age 3-6 Unicorns & Mermaid Art Camp, age 5-10 Video Gamer Art Camp, age 5-12 Willy Wonka’s Candy Crafts Camp, age 5-12 Your Room Rules Art Camp, age 5-12

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BABYSITTING Red Cross Babysitter Training: Express, age 10-15 45, 47 Red Cross Babysitter Training, age 10-15 14, 19, 23, 29, 32, 35, 39, 42 COMPUTERS Video Game Design, gr 4-8 46 Clay Animation, gr K-3 23 3D Video Game Design, gr 3-8 33 Video Game Animation: Interactive Games, gr 1-4 32 Digital Film Making & Production, gr 1-5 26 3D Video Game Programming, gr 3-8 36 Star Wars Jedi Movie Making, K-3, 4-8 36, 39 Hogwarts Film School, gr.K-3, 4-8 27, 48 3D Engineering: Architectural/Structural Design, gr K-3 14 3D Video Game World Design, gr 4-8 14 Edina Summer Computer Camp, gr 1-4 18 Edina Summer Computer Camp, gr 5-9 18 Video Game Maker, gr 3-5 24 COOKING DINNER PARTY! Age 7-12 41 Bon Appétit: A French Cuisine Workshop, gr 3-6 18, 19, 28, 30 DRIVER EDUCATION

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HOBBIES eXtreme MOBILE electroniX, gr 1-5 45 Schoolhouse Chess Nuts, ages 6-12 44 The Mannerly Manners Club, age 3-7 27, 47 Knitter Critters! Learn to Knit in 3 hours, gr 3-7 25, 35, 47 Robo-Quest, gr K-4 47 Knex Engineering: Wheels & Dragsters, gr 1-4 41 Chess Club with Eduard Zelkind, gr 1-7 24,33 Amazing Amusement Park Science, gr 2-6 32 Secret Agent, age 7-12 32 Mannerly Manners Rule! gr 2-8 24,38 LEGO X: Enginetics & Green Energy, gr 1-5 38 Extreme Battlebots, gr 3-8 29 LEGO WeDo Robotics, gr 1-5 28 LEGO X Olympic Decathlon, gr 1-5 18 So You Can Sew, gr 6-9 19 Forbidden Legos, gr 3-6 22 LUNCH BUNCH, age 5-15 8, 14, 18, 22, 29, 32, 36, 42, 45 PERFORMING ARTS “Cinderella” Musical Theater Camp, age 4-7 44 Glee in Concert Musical Theater Camp, age 7-13 45 Jelly Beans From Books To Drama Camp, age 4-7 40 Puppets, gr 1-6 11, 42 Theatre Makeup, gr 1-6 11, 41

Once Upon a Time a Dance and Drama, age 3-4, age 5-8 40, 42 The Audition: Guidelines & Coaching, gr 6-9 20 Jelly Beans Dr. Seuss Favorites to Drama, age 4-9 34 Summer Orchestra Lessons: gr 5 9 Sixth Grade Summer Orchestra 9 Jelly Beans The Cheetah & Hope, age 4-9 27 Hip Hop Dance Camp, age 5-8, 9-14 28, 30 Rock Guitar Group Lessons, gr 4-8 8, 29 Summer Band: Entering Grade 6-7 8 Summer Band Experience: Concert to Marching for Entering Gr. 8-10 8 Summer Jazz Band: Grades 8-10 8 Private/Small Group Band Lessons 2 per week: Grades 5-10 8 Private/Small Group Band Lessons 1 per week: Grades 5-10 8 The Music Link: Summer Piano Lessons, gr 1-12 9 The Bullies at Sam’s Cafe: A Drama Camp, age 6-12 9 Ballet Fundamentals II, age 5-6 9 Ballet Fundamentals III / Beginner Pre-teen, age7-11 9 Ballet Teen / Adult -Beginner II / Intermediate, age 13+ 9 Ballet Fundamentals I, age 3-4 9 Shakespeare Theatre Camp, gr 6-9 9 EHS Thespians Summer Dance! gr 10-12 9 SCIENCE & NATURE Basics to Building & Engineering: Levers, ages 3-1/2-6 44 Basics to Building & Engineering: Wheels, ages 3-1/2-6 45 Earthquake & Structural Engineering, gr 1-5 45 Get Set to Be a Vet, age 6-8, 9-12 45 Flight Academy, age 6-12 47 Animatronics Engineering, gr 4-8 43 Camp KinderSprouts, age 5-6 40 Science in the Kitchen, gr 1-5 42 Stars, Planets and Stories, age 4-6 31 Jr. Engineering, gr K-2 25 Knex Engineering, gr 1-5 25 Motorized Mechanical Engineering, gr 2-6 26 Science Kaleidoscope, age 6-12 25 Wild Things: Plants & Bugs, age 6-9 18, 35 Forensic Lab,age 8-12 36 Camp Invention - Innovate, gr 1-6 35 Mission: Discover, ages 8-12 39 Junior Robot Engineers for Ages 6-8 38 Junior Scientists, age 5-7 28 Basics to Building & Engineering: Gears, age 3-6 13 Rollercoaster Engineering & Building, gr 4-8 16 Mad Science Express, age 6-10 14 Basics to Robotics & Engineering, age 4-6 17 Buggy for Bugs, age 4-6 17 Crazy Chemworks Camp, age 7-12 18 Dino-mite Dinosaurs & Dragons, age 4-9 17 Roaring Rockets, age 2-6 20 My First Lab, age 3-5 21 NASA: Journey into Outer Space, age 7-12 22

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SPORTS AND FITNESS Basketball 24 Golf, Beginning age 5-8 21, 37 Golf, Braemar: Lesson & Practice, age 12+ 20, 24, 30 Cheerleading, age 5-9 15 Baseball, Coach Pitch, gr 2-5 15 Baton Twirling Program: Level 2 Intermediate, ages 5-11 16 Baton Twirling Program: Level 1 Beginner, ages 4-7, 8-11 16 Tennis Camp: Advanced, age 8-11, 11-15 23, 24, 32, 33, 39 Tennis Camp:Beginner, age 8-11, 11-15 15, 19, 36, 29, 30 Track & Field Camp, gr K-3, 4-6 28 Run Club: Coed, gr 5-7 23 Flag Football, age 5-7 & 7-12, gr 1-5 15, 36 Game On-Summer Yard Game, gr K-2 14, 31, 44 Basketball, Hornet HOT SHOTS, gr K-5 20 Cheerleading/Dance/Tumbling, Intro, gr K-3 18, 35, 39 Fencing, age 6-9,9-12 32, 46 Kung Fu - Wu Shu, age 5+ 20 Lake Harriet Sailing Camp, age 7-17 16, 29, 38, 47 Lynch Basketball Camp, gr 2-8 38 Mini-Sport Sampler, gr K-2 23, 29, 40 Multi-Sport Sampler, gr 1-5 29 Sail Calhoun: for Teen/Adult Pairs, age 12+ 15, 24, 33, 43 Sail Calhoun: Beginning Optimist, age 7-10 15, 22, 28, 35, 41 Sail Calhoun: Club 420 Sailing Camp, age 11-16 15, 23, 29, 36, 42 Sail Calhoun: Start Sailing for Child/Adult, age 4+ 15, 20, 26, 32, 39, 46 Golf,Snag, age 5-10 18, 28, 34 Soccer, gr 1-5 22 Soccer, age 4-7 & 8-12 32, 42 Football Camp: Quarterback/ Receivers/ Running Back, 39 Stay Fit Summer PE, gr 2-5 19, 32 Strength Training: Basketball Conditioning, gr 9-12 12 Strength Training: Conditioning: Boys & Girls gr. 8-12 12 Strength Training: Girls Only, gr 7-12+ 12 Strength Training: Hockey Conditioning, gr 10-12 12 Strength Training: Grades 7-9 12 Strength Training: Grades 9-12+ 12 T-Ball, age 4-7, 5-8 14, 31, 37 Volleyball: Coed for ages 7-12 30

WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURE Let’s Fly Chinese camp, gr 1-6 32, 45 French Language Camp (for grades 2-5) 33 Amazing Amazon! Spanish Camp, gr K-2 34 The Shadow Book: Write & Create in French, gr 3-6 36 Soccer in Spanish! Gr. 1-5 39 Bonjour! French Camp: Entering gr 2-5 38 Bonjour! French Camp: Kindergarteners 38 Bonjour! French Camp: First Graders 38 Passport to Spanish! - Language lessons, gr K-5 14, 31 French Writing & Conversation Class, gr 3-5 24 French Cooking Classes, gr 3-6 18, 19, 28, 30

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Aquatics – for all ages Level 1

Red Cross Swimming Program Swim Lessons meet at South View Middle School Pool 4725 South View Lane, Door 6 Session 1 – Monday-Thursday, June 18-28 Session 2 – Monday-Thursday, July 9-19 Session 3 – Monday-Thursday, July 23-August 2 Monday Evenings – June 18-July 30, No Class July 2

Introduction to Water Skills Child will explore elementary skills that can be built upon as they learn to swim. We will work on front and back floating, submerging, and gaining comfort and confidence in the water. Prerequisite: 5 years old or older

SESS I O N 1 Ages 5+ 8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC01 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 5+ 9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC02 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 5+ A-15 11:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jun 18-Jun 28 8 Sessions $109

Ages 4-6

Ages 4+

Preschool Step A

Preschool Step B

Children will experience their first swim lesson without a parent. Emphasis is on basic skills, including water adjustment, kicking, beginning underwater exploration and fun. Prerequisite: At least 4 years old.

This class is for children who have some comfort level in the water and can submerge fully on their own. Emphasis is on basic skills, floating, underwater exploration and fun. Prerequisite: At least 4 years old and can fully submerge head without assistance.

SESS I O N 1 Ages 4+ 10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

A-11 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 4+ 12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-12 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

SESS I O N 2 Ages 4+ 10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

A-21 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 Ages 4+ 10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

A-31 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

SESS I O N 1

A-16 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 5+ 2:00 - 2:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-17 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

SESS I O N 2 Ages 5+ 8:00 - 8:30 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC11 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 4+ 10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-13 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 5+ 8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC12 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

Ages 4+ 12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-14 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

Ages 5+ 9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC13 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 2 Ages 4+ 10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-23 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

Ages 4+ 12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-24 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 Ages 4+ 10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

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Ages 5+ 1:15 - 1:45 PM 8 Sessions

A-32 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

Ages 5+ A-25 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 8 Sessions $109 Ages 5+ 1:00 - 1:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-26 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 Ages 5+ 10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

A-33 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

Ages 5+ A-34 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 8 Sessions $109

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Aquatics â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for all ages Level 2

Level 3

Fundamental Aquatic Skills Children will practice basic water safety, underwater swimming and swimming while using a combined stroke on front and back. Prerequisite: Passed Level 1 or can float independently on their front and back, and swimming on their front and back using arm and leg actions.

Level 3B

Stroke Development

Stroke Development

Basic water skills, diving, front and back crawl will be emphasized with practice. Prerequisite: Passed Level 2 or can jump into deep water and can swim on both front and back.

Because Level 3 is a difficult level to pass, we added another class for students who have taken Level 3 more than 2 sessions. Level 3B students will be more experienced than those in Level 3. Focus is on endurance and stroke refinement. Prerequisite: Must have taken Level 3 for 2 or more sessions, be totally comfortable in deep water, able to dive, able to do front and back crawl.

SESS I O N 1 8:00 - 8:30 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC17 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC03 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC06 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC04 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC07 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-18 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

2:00 - 2:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-19 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

SESS I O N 1

SESS I O N 2

A-110 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

A-111 11:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 8 Sessions $109 A-112 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

1:45 - 2:15 PM 8 Sessions

8:00 - 8:30 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC14 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC15 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

8:00 - 8:30 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC05 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC16 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

8:45 - 9:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC18 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 2

10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-27 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

9:30 - 10:00 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC19 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

1:00 - 1:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-28 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

10:15 - 10:45 AM 8 Sessions

A-29 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-210 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 10:45 - 11:15 AM 8 Sessions

A-35 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-36 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

SESS I O N 3 A-37 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 8 Sessions $109 1:45 - 2:15 PM 8 Sessions

A-38 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

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SESS I O N 1 A-120 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

1:00 - 1:30 PM 8 Sessions

SESS I O N 2 12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-218 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 12:30 - 1:00 PM 8 Sessions

A-316 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

Aquatic Guidelines  Only students on class lists will be allowed into lessons.  Instructors are Red Cross certified.  Red Cross certificates are awarded upon completion of requirements.  Sign up early, swimming classes fill up quickly.  There are no make-ups or refunds for missed classes.

Questions? Call Kay Zuccaro at 952-848-3965

Family/Open Swim $5/person or $15/family to the lifeguard as you enter, please bring exact change.

Southview Middle School Pool Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:00 - 4:00 PM June 19 - August 2 No Sessions July 3 & 5

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Aquatics – for all ages Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Stroke Improvement

Stroke Refinement

Develop confidence and endurance with front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke. Breaststroke and sidestroke will also be introduced and practiced. Emphasis is also on basic water safety. Prerequisite: Passed Level 3 or can dive, swim front and back crawl

Child will gain endurance by swimming for increased distances, coordinate and refine sidestroke, butterfly and breaststroke and build on water safety skills. Prerequisite: Passed Level 4 or can swim front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke the whole length of the pool, the start of breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.

SESS I O N 1 A-113 11:15 AM-12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jun 18-Jun 28 8 Sessions $109 1:00 - 1:45 PM 8 Sessions

A-114 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

SESS I O N 2 8:00 - 8:40 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC08 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

A-211 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 8 Sessions $109 1:45 - 2:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-212 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

Swimming and Skill Proficiency Refines the strokes so students swim them with ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Focus is on personal water safety, lifeguard readiness, diving and fitness swimming. Prerequisite: Passed Level 5 or can swim front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and butterfly.

SESS I O N 1 10:15 - 11:00 AM 8 Sessions

SESS I O N 1

A-115 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

12:30 - 1:15 pm 8 Sessions

SESS I O N 2

SESS I O N 2

8:00 - 8:40 AM 8 Sessions

A-KC09 Mon-Thu, Jul 9- Jul 19 $109

1:00 - 1:45 PM 8 Sessions

A-213 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

10:15 - 11:00 am 8 Sessions

A-214 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 $109

SESS I O N 3 10:15 - 11:00 am 8 Sessions

SESS I O N 3 12:30 - 1:15 PM 8 Sessions

A-116 Mon-Thu, Jun 18 - Jun 28 $109

A-311 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

A-310 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109

SESS I O N 3 1:45 - 2:30 PM 8 Sessions

A-39 Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 $109 $74

Private Swim Lessons for Ages 4+ For more individualized swim instruction, enroll in private lessons. Please call 952-848-3965 for availability. Extra slots for private lessons may be open due to enrollment fluctuations. Names from our waiting list will be called to fill slots. Eight lessons – $250 No refunds for missed classes South View Middle School Pool

Session 1 – Mon-Thu, June 18-28 A-117 2:15 - 2:45 PM A-118 2:30 - 3:00 PM A-119 2:30 - 3:00 PM

Monday Evening Swim Lessons South View Pool Mondays, June 18-July 30 (no class July 2) 6 lessons – $82 No refunds for missed lessons Preschool Step A – Ages 4+

A-47 6:00 - 6:30 PM

Preschool Step B – Ages 4+

A-48 6:30 - 7:00 PM

Level 1 Intro to Water Skills Ages 5+

A-42 6:30 - 7:00 PM

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

A-49 6:00 - 6:30 PM

Session 2 – Mon-Thu, July 9-19 A-215 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM A-216 2:00 - 2:30 PM

Level 3 Stroke Development

A-41 7:15 - 7:45 PM

Level 4 Stroke Improvement

A-44 7:15 - 8:00 PM

Session 3 – Mon-Thu, July 23-Aug 2 A-312 1:00 - 1:30 PM A-313 1:00 - 1:30 PM

Monday Evening Private Swim Lessons for Ages 4+ Call 952-848-3965 for availability. Extra slot for private lessons may open—names from our waiting list will fill slots. 6 Sessions (no class July 2) A-45 7:45 - 8:15 PM

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$170/one child $210/2 children

A-46 8:00 - 8:30 PM

Registration information on page 2.

Aquatics – for all ages It’s summer — dive right in! Learn to Dive Diving classes focus on basic diving skills, diving safety, proper techniques, flexibility and fun. Designed for the beginner diver who has had little or no instruction. Prerequisites: must be at least 7 years old and confident in deep water. Classes cannot be pro-rated. Instructor: John Dailey, Edina Boys and Girls High School Diving Coach Ages 7+ A-50 6:00 - 6:45 PM Tuesdays, Jun 12 - Jul 31 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 3 Ages 7+ A-51 6:00 - 6:45 PM Wednesdays, Jun 13 - Aug 1 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 4 Ages 7+ A-56 6:00 - 6:45 PM Thursdays, Jun 14 - Aug 2 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 5

Intermediate Diving This class is geared toward students with some diving experience. Prerequisites: Must be at least 9 years old or recommended by instructor and able to do dives in 3 different directions (front, back, reverse, inward, twisting) Classes cannot be pro-rated. Instructor: John Dailey, Edina Boys and Girls High School Diving Coach Ages 9+ A-52 6:45 - 7:30 PM Tuesdays, Jun 12 - Jul 31 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 3 Ages 9+ A-53 6:45 - 7:30 PM Wednesdays, Jun 13 - Aug 1 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 4

Competitive Diving This class is geared toward divers with some competitive diving experience (high school varsity/Junior Varsity, or age group). Prerequisites: 11 years and under should be able to do 5 dives, 13 years and under should be able to do 7 dives, and 14 years and older should be able to do 8 dives. Classes cannot be pro-rated. Instructor: John Dailey, Edina Boys and Girls High School Diving Coach Ages 9+ A-54 7:30 - 9:00 PM Tuesdays, Jun 12 - Jul 31 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $147 No Class Jul 3 Ages 9+ A-55 7:30 - 9:00 PM Wednesdays, Jun 13 - Aug 1 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $147 No Class Jul 4 Ages 9+ A-58 7:30 - 9:00 PM Thursdays, Jun 14 - Aug 2 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $147 No Class Jul 5

Guardstart This exciting new program is designed to “prepare” students for the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course. Participants will improve stroke mechanics, endurance, and rescue techniques in the pool. In the classroom, students will develop skills in professional responsibility, communication, and decision making. Prerequisites: Passed Level 4 Red Cross swimming level, ability to swim 25 yards continuously with rotary breathing and ability to tread water for one minute. Further training is required to become a lifeguard. Ages 11-14 A-217 1:45 - 2:30 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 South View Middle School Pool 8 Sessions $109 Ages 11-14 A-314 11:15 AM-12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23-Aug 2 South View Middle School Pool 8 Sessions $109

Lifeguard Training

This class provides information and training to assist Water Safety Instructors. Students will practice water safety, teaching strategies, and work on their own swimming skills. After completing the class, students may volunteer to help during Red Cross Swimming lessons. Prerequisites: Must be 11 years old, and a level 4 swimmer.

This class teaches the skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course will emphasize victim recognition, surveillance, equipment based rescues, rescue skills, First Aid and CPR. Upon successful completion, students will receive an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Certificate and a CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certificate. Prerequisites: students must be 15 years old by the last day of class, swim 100 yards front crawl, 100 yards breaststroke, and 100 yards breaststroke or front crawl, submerge 7 feet and retrieve a 10 pound brick and swim 20 yards to the shallow end and get out of the pool. Supply fee included in tuition. Attendance is mandatory to become a lifeguard!

Ages 11+ A-315 1:30 - 2:15 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 South View Middle School Pool 8 Sessions $109

Ages 15+ A614-42 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM June 11, 12, 14 & 15 South View Middle School Pool 4 Sessions $250

Water Safety Aide

Ages 7+ A-57 6:45 - 7:30 PM Thursdays, Jun 14 - Aug 2 South View Middle School Pool 7 Sessions $91 No Class Jul 5

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Summer Performing Arts Academy Summer Band Experience: Concert to Marching

Private/Small Group Band Lessons

For grades 7-10

1 lesson per week–grades 5-10

Experience the fun of learning new musical skills and refining the ones you already possess. Make new friends in your small ensemble groups, perform great concert band and marching band music, march at Valley Fair and the Edina 4th of July Parade! A required t-shirt is included in the tuition. Indicate adult shirt size and instrument when registering. Email address is required for communication of parade and concert details. Co-directed by Geneva Fitzsimonds and Amanda Kremer

Private or small group (up to four students) 30 minute lessons scheduled between 8-9 am and 10 am-12 pm. Sign up with a friend who plays the same instrument! Contact Charles Weise to schedule lesson time: (952) 848-3709 or chaweise@edina.k12.mn.us

Grades 7-10 611-26 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tue-Thu, Jun 12 - Jul 5 South View Middle School Room 284 12 Sessions $139

Private or small group (up to four students) 30 minute lessons scheduled between 8-9 am and 10 am-12 pm. Contact Charles Weise to schedule lesson time (see above)

Summer Band For grades 6-7 If you have completed 5th or 6th grade band, take this class to keep up your skills over the summer. A t-shirt is included in the tuition—please indicate adult shirt size, specific instrument (i.e. Alto Sax), and grade entering in the registration materials. A concert will be held on the last day of class. Directed by Mr. Chris Gumz & Dr. Robert Ouren

Grades 5-10 611-31 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wed, Jun 13 - Jun 27 South View Middle School Band 3 Sessions $68 Group / $99 Private

2 lessons per week–grades 5-10

Grades 5-10 611-30 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Jun 28 South View Middle School Band 6 Sessions $144 Group / $199 Private

Sixth Grade Summer Orchestra This class is for string players going into sixth grade this fall who have at least one year of playing experience. We will meet for one hour twice a week as a large ensemble (violin, viola, cello, and bass all together). Bring your instrument and Essential Elements 2000 book to class. Please contact the instructor if you need assistance in securing an instrument, kyrswenson@edina.k12.mn.us or 952-848-4743. Get back into musical shape after the summer! 730-Orch 1:00 - 2:00 PM Mon/Wed, Jul 30 - Aug 22 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94

Grades 5-7 611-25 9:00 - 11:00 AM Tue-Thu, Jun 13 - Jul 12 South View Middle School Room 264-Band 12 Sessions $129 No Class Jul 4 & Jul 5

Summer Jazz Band For grades 8-10 Summer Jazz experience is for students playing instruments like saxophone, trumpet, trombone and rhythm section (bass guitar, drumset, piano). Work in a large group, sectionals and on soloing and guided listening to jazz legends! Instructor: Charles Weise Grades 8-10 611-29 9:00 - 10:00 AM Tue-Thu, Jun 12 - Jun 28 South View Middle School Room 258 9 Sessions $54

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Full Suzuki Program

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Contact: Helina Pakola at 952.270.6379 or lepakheli@msn.com www.egspa.com

Registration information on page 2.

Summer Performing Arts Academy Summer Orchestra Lessons Beginning 5th grade This class is open to all beginning string players going into fifth grade this fall. We will meet for one hour twice a week, the equivalent of sixteen school-year lessons (four months!). Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass are the instruments offered. Viola students may join a Violin class with teacher permission. Instrument and lesson book, Essential Elements 2000 Book 1, are required for participation in class. Please contact instructor Kyrsten Swenson if you need assistance in securing an instrument at 952-848-4743 or kyrswenson@edina.k12.mn.us. Get a head start on playing your instrument! 730-Violin2 8:00 - 9:00 AM Mon/Wed, Jul 30 - Aug 22 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Viola1 9:00 - 10:00 AM Mon/Wed, Jul 30 - Aug 22 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Cello/Bass3 10:00 - 11:00 AM Mon/Wed, Jul 30 - Aug 22 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Violin3 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Mon/Wed, Jul 30-Aug 22 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Cello/Bass1 8:00 - 9:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 23 Concord Elementary School Room 200 7 Sessions $94 730-Violin4 9:00 - 10:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 23 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Violin5 10:00 - 11:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 23 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94 730-Cello/Bass2 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 31-Aug 23 Concord Elementary School Room 200 8 Sessions $94

TheMusic Music Link Link The Private Piano Lessons Private Piano Lessons

6 Week Summer Session After School in Edina at at Edina Community Center, Concord, Creek Valley, Creek Valley, Countryside, Concord, Cornelia, Cornelia and Highlands Elementary Normandale/ECC & Highlands Elementary

952.831.4014 toto register CallCall 952.831.4014 register @ marylinker ymail.com www.themusiclink.biz marylinker@ymail.com www.themusiclink.biz

The Music Link– Summer Piano Lessons For grades 1-12 Piano lessons are available this summer. Lessons are thirty minutes in length and meet once a week. Professional teachers, affordable rates and convenient neighborhood locations— details at www. themusiclink.biz. Contact Mary Linker at 952.831.4014 to schedule a time before registering online. Please indicate the Edina school site preferred. Payment for lessons must be made in advance. August 7- 9 will be makeup week to accommodate vacation schedules. Site Schedule for Piano Lessons: Concord: Tuesdays (2-6 pm) & Thursdays (2-6 pm) Cornelia: Wednesdays (2-6 pm) Creek Valley: Tuesdays (9 am-1 pm) & Thursdays (2-6 pm) Highlands: Tuesdays (2-6 pm) & Wednesdays (2-6 pm) Edina Community Center: Wednesday (2-7 pm) & Thursdays (9 am -1 pm) Great for Kids Club! Grades 1-12 611-pia 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Tue-Thu, Jun 19 - Aug 2 6 30-Minute Lessons $150 No Classes Jul 2-6

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Rock out! Rock Guitar Group Lessons New and experienced students invited! Classic riffs from Lynrd Skynrd, Heart and Bon Jovi as well as the hottest new riffs from Fistful of Mercy, White Stripes, Fall Out Boy and more. Learn how to craft a rippin’ solo or a tricked out riff. We will be studying major and minor pentatonic scales; and minor, major and power-chords. Our guitar classes are fast paced and engaging. Bring your own six-string guitar to every session. www.youthenrichmentleague.com Grades 4-8 79-31 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 202 5 Sessions $139

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Summer Performing Arts Academy Ballet Teen/Adult Beginner II/Intermediate This class continues to build on a solid technical foundation and vocabulary developed in the Beginning and Beginning II Ballet classes. Open to new and continuing students with some previous dance experience. Questions? Contact instructor, Lara Ciganko at imgypsymoondancer@yahoo.com Ages 13+ 618-15 7:00 - 8:30 PM Tuesdays, Jun 19 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Room Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 3

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Ballet Fundamentals I Young dancers learn basic fundamental ballet movement terminology through creative exercise. Age appropriate motor skills and musicality are also developed. New and returning students welcome. Ages 3-4 611-B1 11:00-11:45 AM Thursdays, Jun 14 - Aug 9 Edina Community Center Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 5 Ages 3-4 618-16 4:00 - 5:00 PM Tuesdays, Jun 19 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 3

Ballet Fundamentals II Young students learn basic fundamental ballet movement and terminology through creative exercises that build on Fundamentals 1. Age-appropriate motor skills and musicality are developed. Fundamentals I class is not a prerequisiteâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;new and returning students are welcome. Instructor, Lara Ciganko, imgypsymoondancer@yahoo.com Ages 5-6 611-B2 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM Thurs, Jun 14 - Aug 9 Edina Community Center Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 5

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Ages 5-6 618-13 5:00 - 6:00 PM Tuesdays, Jun 19 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Room Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 3

Ballet Fundamentals III / Beginner Pre-teen* This course continues to build on skills learned in Ballet Fundamentals II & III. New and returning students welcome. Contact the instructor, Lara Ciganko imgypsymoondancer@yahoo.com if you have placement questions. Ages 7-11 618-14 6:00 - 7:00 PM Tuesdays, Jun 19 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Studio 331 8 Sessions $79 No Class Jul 3

Ballet: For Gymnasts, Skaters & Divers:Ages 8+ Learn Ballet technique geared for athletes. Emphasis on musicality flexibility and strength. Ages 8+ 611-B3 12:45 - 2:15 pm Thursdays, Jun 14 - Aug 9 Edina Community Center Studio 335 8 Sessions $109 No Class Jul 5

Students will learn hip hop steps and dances to fun and upbeat music.Come leap, turn and shine. This class will improve posture, strength and flexibility in a positive and self-esteem building atmosphere. Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe during the final class. Instructor: Mayer Arts staff Ages 5-8 79-27 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $114 Ages 9-14 79-28 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $114

EHS Thespians Summer Dance! Dress to sweat as you learn proper dance technique, dance conditioning, and repertoire from the upcoming fall musical. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll focus on Jazz, Basic Tap Steps, Partnering including Ballet and Ballroom, as well as basic dance vocabulary, which keeps students and choreographers are on the same page during the rehearsal process. Meet with the director and vocal director of the fall musical for auditioning feedback. Instructor: EHS Theatre Staff. Grades 10-12 618-45 1:00 - 4:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 19 - Aug 16 Edina High School Performing Arts Center 16 Sessions $99 No Class Jul 3 & Jul 5

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Summer Performing Arts Academy Shakespeare Theatre Camp For grades 6-9 These high-energy days will focus on acting, intense movement, dancing play and a journey into the world of William Shakespeare. The class will culminate with a performance of monologues and scenes that have been worked on by the students with the instructors. Instructors: Local Guthrie Theatre Professionals Grades 6-9 618-28T 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Mon-Fri, Jun 18 - Jun 29 South View Middle School auditorium 10 Sessions $264

“The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing, and arithmetic…music, dance, painting, and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment.” –William Bennett, Former US Secretary of Education

‘The Bullies at Sam’s Café’ Drama Camp The Bullies at Sam’s Cafe by Stuart Ardern is a short, one-act play for children that includes songs. A bully with a gang disturbs the staff and customers at Sam’s Cafe, but when the bullies get into trouble, should Sam and his friends help them? Children will rehearse the play and spend part of each day working on an acting monolog that each child will perform in the play on the last day of class. Please bring a bag lunch and beverage. Directors: Young Performers staff including a director and musical director. Ages 6-12 618-7 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $159

Drama and Musical activities are available for young children throughout the summer. Classes are listed in the week in which they are held.

Puppets Work with a SteppingStone instructor to explore the magic world of puppets through movement and art. Learn about the varieties of puppets and then create one of your very own and watch it come to life. Grades 1-6 86-27 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Studio 318 5 Sessions $139

Theatre Makeup Work with a professional SteppingStone Theatre teaching artist to learn the secrets of stage makeup. Explore the role of a makeup designer as you learn how to design and create animal makeup, or cuts, bruises, fake blood, and more! Grades 1-6 86-28 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room Studio 318 5 Sessions $189

The Audition: Guidelines & Coaching for Grades 6-9 Prepare for your next audition! Personal instruction on musical selections and vocal coaching. Learn how to choose the right monologue for your age and pointers on reading from a script, along with games that will help you build your acting and improvisational skills. Instructor: Beth Solberg, Valley View Director Grades 6-9 716-28 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 South View Middle School Auditorium 5 Sessions $266

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Summer Fitness Summer Strength Training June 11-August 3 (Gyms closed weekends & July 4) The goal of the program is to improve student/athlete fitness levels and athletic potential by providing structured and supervised total body strength work-outs in a group setting. Train 2-3 non-consecutive days each week at a high level of intensity. Use reps with proper form and learn to keep accurate training records and about nutrition and hydration. Improve student/athlete self confidence and self-esteem. Maximum: 30 students per section. No prorating or employee discounts. ✔ Reduce athletic injuries by improving strength and flexibility. ✔ Insurance waiver is required before attending first session. Download form at: http://www.edina.k12.mn.us/community/youth/pdfs/sports_waiver_2009.pdf Two convenient locations to train Edina High School Weight Room – On-site Trainer/Supervisor: Reed Boltmann – reeboltmann@edina.k12.mn.us Edina Community Center – On-site Trainer: Josh Bettes – josbettes@edina.k12.mn.us STRENGTH TRAINING: BASKETBALL CONDITIONING GRADES 9-12 Designed for students who are playing basketball–approved by Coach Dorsey. Grades 9-12 611-18 9:00-10:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina Community Center Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 STRENGTH TRAINING: HOCKEY CONDITIONING Grades 10-12 611-6 12:00-1:30 PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 STRENGTH TRAINING: CONDITIONING FOR BOYS & GIRLS GRADES 8-12 Outdoor cardio conditioning increases endurance, speed and overall fitness. Grades 8-12 617-00 7:00 - 8:00 AM Mon/Wed, Jun 18 - Aug 1 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Track 15 Sessions $89 STRENGTH TRAINING: GIRLS ONLY Grades 7-12+ 611-3 8:00 - 9:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Edina Community Center Weight Room 16 Sessions $89 Grades 7-12 10:00 - 11:00 AM Edina High School 16 Sessions

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611-4 Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Weight Room $89

Grades 7-12 611-5 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Edina High School Weight Room 16 Sessions $89 No Class Jun 19 & Jun 26 STRENGTH TRAINING: GRADES 7-9 Grades 7-9 611-15 9:00 - 10:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Edina Community Center Weight Room 16 Sessions $89 Grades 7-9 611-16 10:00 - 11:00 AM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 3 Edina Community Center Weight Room 16 Sessions $89 Grades 7-9 611-17 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Edina Community Center Weight Room 16 Sessions $89 Grades 7-9 7:00 - 8:00 AM Edina High School 16 Sessions

611-22 Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Weight Room $89

Grades 7-9 8:00 - 9:00 AM Edina High School 16 Sessions

611-23 Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Weight Room $89

Grades 7-9 9:00 - 10:00 AM Edina High School 16 Sessions

611-24 Tue/Thu, Jun 12 - Aug 2 Weight Room $89

STRENGTH TRAINING: GRADES 9-12+ Grades 9-12 611-10 10:00-11:00AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $124 Grades 9-12 611-11 11AM-12:00PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $124 Grades 9-12 4:00 - 5:00 PM Edina High School 31 Sessions

611-12 Mon-Thu, Jun 11 - Aug 2 Weight Room $129

Grades 9-12 5:00 - 6:00 PM Edina High School 31 Sessions

611-13 Mon-Thu, Jun 11 - Aug 2 Weight Room $129

Grades 9-12 611-19 8:00-9:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11 - Aug 3 Edina Community Center Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 Grades 9-12 611-54 10:00-11:00AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina Community Center Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 Grades 9-12 611-21 11AM-12:00PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina Community Center Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 Grades 9-12 611-7 7:00-8:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11 - Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 Grades 9-12 611-8 8:00-9:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11 - Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $109 Grades 9-12 611-9 9:00-10:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 11-Aug 3 Edina High School Weight Room 23 Sessions $109

Note: Athletes must work out at the site where they are registered.

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SUMMER SURGE Basics to Building & Engineering: Gears Young children love to build! Our handson exploration of simple machines introduces students to the basic concepts of physical science, math and engineering. This course is a great all-around adventure for the youngest learners. Instructor: Computer Explorers Ages 3-6 611-35 9:00 - 11:00 AM Mon Jun 11 & Tue Jun 12 Edina Community Center Room 313 2 Sessions $59

The Paint and Glue Crew In this fun-filled camp students will sculpt a teddy bear out of clay, collage robots, paint a butterfly on canvas, and more as we experiment with unusual and fun art materials from pastels to foam paint! Dress for a mess and bring a beverage, nut free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 3-6 611-47 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $144

A variety of activities and field trips for Grades 6-9! Come have a blast!

The Rec Center The Rec Center program offers students a new theme each week and includes daily field trips. See weekly schedule for details. (The complete Rec Center field trip schedule will be available online in March). Program dates are weekdays, June 11-August 21 (closed July 4). Students may register for 1-5 days each week. The Rec Center meets in room 136 at the Edina Community Center and is open from 6:45am - 6:00pm. The bus for the field trips leaves at 10:00am and returns at 3:00pm (unless otherwise noted). Daily fee is $39 with initial registration and $42/day after initial registration. We recommend that all youth enrolled in the Rec Center have an Edina Pool pass. Without a pool pass there will be an additional $10 fee for each pool trip. more! Come to an open house for the Rec Center program on ➽ Learn Tuesday, June 5, 5:00-6:00pm in room 136 at the Edina Community Center.

Rec Center Week 1 (June 11-15) Theme: Young, Wild and Free This week we will be going to a nearby lake, Apple Valley Pool and Valley Fair. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday.

KIDS Club

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

One day camp

Mommy Time – PJ Party Art Class Mom, you deserve a break! Let your kids express their creativity while you enjoy some time to yourself. For this ‘Mommy’s Time,’ we’ll do art in our pajamas! Why? We believe everyone is more creative while wearing slippers! Don’t bring your pillow; there will be no time for napping—we’ll be too busy creating! Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 4-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

611-46 Friday, Jun 15 Room 165 $34

WISE Guys Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center KIDS Club and WISE Guys are fun, action-packed summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45am - 6:00pm, June 11 - August 21. Come for one day or all 50! Choose activities according to interests and energy levels that include enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 848-3947.

Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 1: June 11-15 Game On – Summer Yard Games

Join the Lunch Bunch this summer!

For grades K-2 We’ll introduce campers to favorite playground games: Ships Across the Ocean, Animal Tag, Freeze Tag, Red Light-Green Light, Kick ball, Capture the Flag, DuckDuck-Grey Duck, Dodge Ball (with soft sponge balls), Red Rover-Red Rover, 500, Sharks and Minnows, Simon Says and Steal the Bacon. Coached by Sports Unlimited Camps Grades K-2 611-42 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Upper North Field 4 Sessions $94

Passport to Spanish! Weekly Language Lessons – Session 1 ¡Ven con nosotros! Come with us as we “visit” the countries of Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Puerto Rico, and Guatemala in this exciting cultural Spanish course for children. In each class, students will “visit” a new country, learning about its unique customs, arts, foods, and music — all in Spanish! Instructor: Futura Language Staff. Register for Session 2 (begins July 17)—see page 31 for details. Grades K-5 611-spanish 10:00 - 11:00 AM Tuesdays, Jun 12 - Jul 10 Edina Community Center Room 238 5 Sessions $86

3D Engineering Architectural & Structural Design Become a master bricklayer, and use our special architectural Lego kits to build your creations. The course will introduce the concept of 3 dimension. Working in teams, students will construct building structures, towers, castles and more. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades K-3 611-33 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $129

Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff. Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

611-60 Monday-Friday, June 12-15 $20

T-Ball

3D Video Game Design

Boys & girls, ages 5-8

Working in pairs students will learn to use Platinum Arts “Sandbox Game Maker” software. They will use their skills and imagination to create their own 3D Game Environment. Students will also be able to download the software at home. Windows only. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Introduction to T-ball through skill development and small group games. Please bring baseball glove, water bottle, sunscreen, nut-free snack and a great attitude! Camp includes water bottle, T-shirt and medal. Coached by Sports Unlimited Camps Ages 5-8 611-40 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center McCarthy Field 4 Sessions $104

Mad Science Express All aboard! Take a ride on the Mad Science Express as we roll through a variety of science topics: make “mad mucus” and map out the human body, design and build a water filtration system, join the bottle rocket launching team, design and test a safety helmet (on an egg), and build a telescope to take home. Ages 6-10 611-45 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Fri Jun 15 Edina Community Center Room 165 5 Sessions $134

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Grades 4-8 611-34 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Room 311 4 Sessions $144

Red Cross Babysitter Training A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. Guest speakers and hands-on time with children enhance the program. In order to receive certification, attendance at all classes is required Ages 10-15 611-48 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

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Week 1: June 11-15 Edina Tennis Camp

Coach Pitch Baseball

Cheerleading

Beginner

For boys & girls, ages 7-10

For ages 5-9

This camp blends skill development, knowledge of scoring, conditioning and games. Sign up for more than one week during the summer and continue to work on skills developed. The warm summer days will also find participants getting off the court for a little cool down and supervised free time. Please bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by Edina Parks and Recreation Staff.

Learn fundamental skill development with the emphasis on fun! The camp helps players learn and practice the core skills and techniques and then practice these skills in games and scrimmages. Bring baseball glove, water bottle, sunscreen, nut-free snack and a great attitude! Coached by Sports Unlimited staff

Learn the skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. The week concludes with an opportunity to cheer at a Flag Football Camp. Participants receive pom-poms, t-shirt, and merit award. Wear appropriate clothes, bring 2 nutfree snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Coached by Skyhawks Sports Academy

Ages 8-11 611-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Fri Jun 15 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Grades 2-5 611-39 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center McCarthy Ball Field 4 Sessions $104

Ages 5-9 611-38 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104

Ages 8-11 611-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Fri Jun 15 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Flag Football For ages 5-7 and 7-12 Flag football is the perfect introduction to America’s Game or for those who want to brush up on their skills preparing for league play. Participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. Wear appropriate clothing; bring two nut-free snacks, water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Coached by Skyhawks Sports Academy Staff Ages 5-7 611-37 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104 Ages 7-12 611-36 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104

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Wait! There are many more classes available this summer! See page 4 for Swim & Dive lessons See page 8 for Music, Dance & Drama classes See page 12 for Summer Fitness classes

Learn to Sail on Lake Calhoun! Sail Calhoun – Beginning Optimist Beginning Optimist is for the new or less-experienced sailor. Students may repeat the course, since we will attempt to group sailors by skill level and advance them accordingly. The 8 ft. Optimist dinghy is the ideal learn to sail boat as well as one that provides a challenge at the racing level. It is a very stable boat and is easy to handle on the water. Bring a life jacket

Ages 7-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 8 Sessions

611-27 Mon-Thu, Jun 11 - 21 $220

Ages 7-10 1:00 - 4:00 PM 8 Sessions

611-20 Mon-Thu, Jun 11 - 21 $220

Sail Calhoun – Club 420 Sailing Camp The Club 420 sailboat is a 14 ft sporty boat that accommodates three students. This class is intended for the older or more mature student, ages 11-16, both beginner and intermediate. Students will be taught how to rig the boat, land at a dock or buoy, sail all points of sail in varying conditions and more. This popular course is a full day, meeting Mon-Thurs from 9:00 am-3:30 pm. Students who have taken the course more than once will be offered new sailing opportunities including introduction to racing. Bring a life jacket and a bag lunch

Ages 11-16 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM 8 Sessions

611-28 Mon-Thu, Jun 11 - 21 $375

Sailing classes meet at the sailing dock at the Lake Calhoun Pavilion.

‘Start Sailing for Child/Adult and Teen/Adult’ lessons are also available the week of June 4. Visit our website for more details: www.edina.thatscommunityed.com

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Week 1: June 11-15 Edina Baton Twirling Program Beginner & Intermediate

Lake Harriet Sailing Camp Campers will have fun learning the basics of sailing including knots, wind, boat rigging, tacking, gybing, and docking. Everyone gets to skipper the boat and trim the sails of a Lido 14 foot sailboat equipped with both a main and a headsail. Each sailboat will have its own coach on board and up to three students. Camp meets beside the Lake Harriet Bandshell regardless of weather conditions. Ages 7-17 611-50 1:30 - 3:30 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Lake Harriet Pavilion Bandshell 4 Sessions $89

Participants will learn the basics of baton twirling, as well as new tricks as they progress. They will also have the opportunity to see and try their hand at twirling a “fire” baton (under the careful supervision of the instructor). Our main performance will be participating in Edina’s 4th of July Parade. Students must provide their own baton. Free shipping from Starline Baton for online purchases by participants at www.starlinebaton.com. Contact Coach Tami Jo Cook for more info at tamcook@edina.k12.mn.us or 952-848-4446 Level 1 Beginner Ages 4-7 611-49 4:00-4:30 PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 13 - Jul 13 Cornelia Elementary School Field 9 Sessions $59 No Class Jun 25, Jun 27, Jun 29, Jul 2 & Jul 4

Level 2 Intermediate Ages 5-11 611-52 5:00-5:30 PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 13 - Jul 13 Cornelia Elementary School Field 9 Sessions $59 No Class Jun 25, Jun 27, Jun 29, Jul 2 & Jul 4

Level 1 Beginner Ages 8-11 611-51 4:30-5:00 PM Mon/Wed/Fri, Jun 13 - Jul 13 Cornelia Elementary School Field 9 Sessions $59 No Class Jun 25, Jun 27, Jun 29, Jul 2 & Jul 4

New class for Su mmer 2012! Baton stud ents will perform in the Edina 4th of July parade!

Ages 8–18

All experience levels welcome!

Rollercoaster Engineering and Building Learn about the science behind thrilling Rollercoaster Rides. Students working in teams will be using our K’Nex dynamic, open-ended, spatial building system, students to build and experiment with action-packed working models, and then conduct engineering experiments. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 4-8 611-43 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 11 - Thu Jun 14 Edina Community Center Room 218 4 Sessions $129

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Mommy and Me Fun Day! Spend the morning having fun with your little one! Each class features different art projects as we read beloved stories, sing songs, and do art. No charge for non-participating siblings or adults. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 2-5 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

618-38 Friday, Jun 22 Room 165 $29

Ahoy Matie! Art Class We will make pirate ships out of clay and decorate them with jewels and doodads and create a pretend ocean with bubble paint for the ships to sail on. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 3-6 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

618-8 Friday, Jun 22 Room 207 $26

American Doll Accessory Camp Bring your favorite doll to camp as we make bracelets and necklaces for our doll, paint her a doll sized t-shirt and create items she’ll need for a day at the beach and more, Please bring a beverage, and a nut-free snack. This camp is not affiliated with or sponsored, endorsed, or authorized by any particular doll manufacturer, including American Girl. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 4-9 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

618-12 Jun 18 & Jun 20 Room 207 $74

Dino-mite Dinosaurs and Dragons Art Camp Roar! Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Triceratops are the inspiration for our first day of dino-mite camp! Paint, collage and sculpt. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 4-9 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

618-26 Jun 19 & Jun 21 Room 207 $74

Buggy for Bugs Are you buggy for bugs? Do you like the creepy, crawlers of the immense insect world? Then join us to investigate the three types of metamorphosis, discover how some bugs live in colonies, and how bugs eat, smell and survive. Instructor: Science Explorers Staff Ages 4-6 618-23 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Mon Jun 18-Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 209 4 Sessions $84

Basics to Robotics and Engineering Young students love to explore and learn! In this unique class they learn to do just that. Our hands-on exploration of robotics introduces students to the basic concepts of programming, math and engineering. Our Lego engineering projects will amaze our students! Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Ages 4-6 618-19 9:00 - 11:00 AM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 313 4 Sessions $114

Edible Schoolyard at Highlands Garden See class description on page 28. Grades 1-5 618-46 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tue Jun 19 - Thu Jun 21 Highlands Elementary School Field 3 Sessions $129

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The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 2 Theme: Sky’s the Limit Monday-Friday, June 18-22 6:45am - 6:00pm, Meet in Room 136 $39/$42 Daily Fee. This week we will be going swimming at Shady Oak Beach and the Richfield pool. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and waterbottle every day. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 2: June 18-22 Introduction to Cheerleading/Dance/Tumbling

Join the Lunch Bunch!

This camp helps students explore cheerleading, dance and tumbling in a fun and non-competitive setting. Students learn motion/jump technique and sideline/performance cheers, dance routines. The final day participants will perform a cheerleading program. Coached by Sports Unlimited staff

Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

Grades K-3 618-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $109

618-60 Monday-Friday, June 18-22 $20

Wild Things: Plants & Bugs What do fish eat? Why do birds fly? Are insects important? We will build a cricket house, a bird feeder, and a boat to float in the creek. We will raise a caterpillar and other nature related projects. Class meets at the Bredesen Park shelter. Bring a nut-free snack and a bottle of water. Dress for the weather! No transportation is provided between Bredesen Park and the Edina Community Center. Taught by Lisa Benson Ages 6-9 618-5 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Bredesen Park Park Shelter 4 Sessions $99

LEGO X Olympic Decathlon Build a LEGO race-car and challenge your classmates to a race! Compete for prizes and build challenging new projects each day! Every day, students are given a different LEGO building challenge (called a ‘design brief’). The environment is fun, inclusive and fast-paced. Everyone goes home a winner in this spirited journey of LEGO mettle! Details at www.youthenrichmentleague.com. Grades 1-5 618-34 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $119

Snag Golf Students receive instruction in the fundamentals of grip, stance, swing, ball contact, putting, chipping and driving. Golf rules and etiquette will also be covered. Students will be divided by age and skill level and will receive a sleeve of Sports Unlimited golf balls, t-shirt, and water bottle and sportsmanship award. Bring sunscreen, water bottle, nut-free snack and wear appropriate dress. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff Ages 6-12 618-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $109

Crazy Chemworks Camp Try your hand with some super solutions and explore the chemistry of everyday life. Camp is bubbling over with classic experiments and crazy concoctions with spectacular hands-on activities. The camp includes real chemistry tools, demonstrations and a set of labware to take home. Instructor: Mad Science Staff Ages 7-12 618-24 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Edina Community Center Room 218 5 Sessions $134

Edina Summer Computer Camp Kids learn how to use technology using a positive, fun and individual approach. Campers develop important skills through direct instruction and use of Web 2.0 tools and games in a supervised environment. Best Buy’s Geek Squad will visit with some hands-on activities. Registration fee includes an official ESCC T-shirt and Friday pizza party. Grades 1-4 618-28 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 South View Middle School Room 299 5 Sessions $129 Grades 5-9 618-29 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 South View Middle School Room 231 5 Sessions $194

Bon Appétit French Cuisine Workshop Learn how to cook French favorites (crêpes, mousse au chocolat, quiche lorraine, croque-monsieur…) improve your knowledge of French language and culture. Every day you will cook a new recipe and best of all: eat! Come hungry to try new dishes and spend a ‘Frenchabulous’ time with Sophie Toner, native speaker and teacher at Normandale. Grades 3-6 618-20 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $109

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Week 2: June 18-22 Stay Fit Summer PE Join physical education teacher and Edina high school football and baseball assistant coach Josh Jansen for your favorite PE activities. Activities will include new PE games and an introduction to fitness programs that may be used at home. Students will also learn ways to stay fit year round, understand basic muscle groups and bones of the body, and learn about healthy food choices. Expect fun every day!

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Edina Tennis Camp Beginner This camp blends skill development, knowledge of scoring, conditioning and games. Sign up for more than one week during the summer and continue to work on skills developed. The warm summer days will also find participants getting off the court for a little cool down and supervised free time. Please bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by Edina Parks and Recreation Staff. Ages 8-11 618-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105 Ages 11-15 618-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

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So You Can Sew Join this class for students wanting to apply their creative talents to the craft of sewing. No previous experience needed— we’ll start with machine and sewing basics while creating an apron. We'll make an over the shoulder carryall, a quilted cosmetic case with zipper and a wallet/card holder. Join the fun and learn to sew! Instructor: Marlys Granlund Grades 6-9 618-40 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Valley View Middle School Room 138 4 Sessions $89 Grades 6-9 618-41 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Valley View Middle School Room 138 4 Sessions $89

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Red Cross Babysitter Training A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. Guest speakers and hands-on time with children enhance the program. In order to receive certification, attendance at all classes is required Taught by Tami Kaminsen. Ages 10-15 618-18 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

Bon Appétit French Cuisine Workshop See class description on page 18. Grades 3-6 618-21 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $109

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Week 2: June 18-22 School Chess Association Summer Chess Day Camp

Braemar Golf Club Lesson and Practice Students learn from PGA Teaching Professionals on and off the golf course. Part of each day will be spent on the practice range and part on the course. Snacks will be provided each day. Strong student desire to improve is a must. Participants must have had previous golf experience. Meet at the Executive Pro Shop at Braemar Golf Course, 6364 Dewey Hill Rd, Edina, (952) 826-6799 Ages 12+ 618-44 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Fri Jun 22 Braemar Golf Course Pro Shop 5 Sessions $219

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We’ll make tons of cool stuff for your room. From the walls to the windows and doors, we’ll make all the accessories you’ll need to transform your pad into your dream room! Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff

The popular Hornet Hot Shots program returns for another summer! Hornet Hot Shots director and Edina Girls’ Basketball Coach, Jon Buckley, along with Edina High School Boys and Girls Basketball players serve as role models and work individually with the Hot Shots. Get ready for Show Me the Money, Buzzer Beaters, Beat the Coach and more! Registration fee includes t-shirt, official certificate, snacks and prizes! Grades K-5 618-11 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 South View Middle School Room Gym #1 & 2 4 Sessions $94

Ages 5-12 618-43 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $119

Roaring Rockets Blast off with Science Explorers to accelerate through aerodynamics with rocketry. As you build your own model rocket, you’ll experiment with Bernoulli’s Principle, Newton’s 3rd Law and more. Grades 2-6 618-39 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Jun 18 - Thu Jun 21 Edina Community Center Room 210 4 Sessions $104

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Sail Calhoun Start Sailing for Child/Adult The Start Sailing class will provide an opportunity for young, first-time sailors (ages 4-6) and a parent to learn to sail in an 8 foot Optimist dinghy. Students will be taught basic concepts of boat rigging and boat handling. Children will sail with a parent if the wind and weather conditions are safe. On shore activities will be planned. Bring your life jackets. Ages 4+ 618-3 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 19 - Jun 28 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 4 Sessions $140

Kung Fu – Wu Shu For ages 5-adult Learn the life-long benefits of Kung Fu— the Chinese art of self-defense and fitness — and build muscle, power, flexibility, and agility. Instructor: National Treasure Kung Fu, Inc., directed by SiFu Al Lam. Edina Community Center Auditorium Tuesdays, June 19-Aug 7 (No class July 3) 7 Sessions for $79 BEGINNER WHITE, & YELLOW BELT 6:00 - 6:45 PM

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My First Lab From creepy crawling things and fossils to bubbles and experiments with air pressure, preschool children discover a wide variety of fascinating science topics. Learning about something new every day, students perform experiments and make fun take home projects. Instructor: Mad Science Staff Ages 3-5 625-27 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 213 5 Sessions $154

Princess, Fairies and Pixie Dust Art Camp Celebrate all things magical as we make tiaras, create sparkly wands, collage fairies and sprinkle them with pixie dust, sculpt our very own kissable frog out of clay, and more! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Costumes welcome! Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 3-6 625-19 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $144

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Treasure Hunt Art Camp Who loves treasure hunts? We do! Get ready to put your sleuthing hat on as we’re going on a real treasure hunt around the building. We’ll create treasure maps then follow clues leading us to a buried treasure! Then we’ll paint and decorate treasure chests to hold our treasure and sculpt our own gold coins out of clay. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 3-6 9:30 - 11:30 AM Edina Community Center 1 Session

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Super Sized Squinkies Art Class How many Squinkies, Squishies or Gogo’s Crazy Bones do you have? In this class, we’ll draw and then sculpt a super-sized version of your favorite one out of Model Magic clay. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 5-12 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

625-26 Friday, Jun 29 Room 216 $26

Beginning Golf For ages 5-8 Campers will learn the fundamentals of swinging, putting, and body positioning. SNAG is designed for the entry-level player and simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. Wear appropriate clothing, and bring two nut-free snacks, water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Coached by Skyhawks Staff Ages 5-8 625-12 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $104

Fabulous Fashionistas Art Camp Are you a fashion designer in the making? Our fashionistas will create beautiful fleece scarfs, tie dye a t-shirt, design and construct a purse from felt, make jewelry, have their nails painted and more. Bring a plain white t-shirt, beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 5-10 625-18 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon & Wed, Jun 25 & 27 Edina Community Center Room 165 2 Sessions $89

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The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 3 Theme: Can’t Get Enough! Monday-Friday, June 25-29 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 Floating down the Apple River, a trip to the Minnesota Zoo and the Mall of America are just a few of the fun things happening this week. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 3: June 25-29 Join the Lunch Bunch! Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

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Horse Art Camp Learn how to draw then paint a horse on stretched canvas and sculpt horses out of clay. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 5-10 625-18 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Tues & Thurs, Jun 26 & 28 Edina Community Center Room 165 2 Sessions $74

Soccer Camp This camp is designed to introduce the young athlete to the sport of soccer through skill development and small group games. Campers will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring shin guards, water bottle, sunscreen, nut-free snack and a great attitude! Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff

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Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15. Ages 7-10 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Lake Calhoun Pavilion 8 Sessions No Class Jul 4

625-3 Mon-Thu, Jun 25-29, Jul 2-Jul 6 Sailing Dock $220

Forbidden LEGO NASA: Journey into Outer Space From Earth’s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this handson program sends children on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars and more are all waiting to be discovered. Learn the challenges of space travel and living in space and participate in a rocket launch. Instructor: Mad Science Staff

These are the LEGO projects that were banned from the LEGO factory—a pingpong launcher, a high-velocity LEGO dispenser, a candy coated catapult, and more! Students will work in pairs to build a different project each day. They will use their projects to investigate basic engineering concepts and compete in kid-friendly contests. Note to parents: These projects are safe—don’t let the title rattle you. It is a fun,“high-velocity” camp. www.youthenrichmentleague.com.

Ages 7-12 625-25 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 218 5 Sessions $139

Grades 3-6 625-20 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $134

Grades 1-5 625-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104

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Week 3: June 25-29 Edina Tennis Camp Advanced This advanced skills camps continues to blend skill development with game strategies and conditioning. There will also be off court activities and supervised free time. Please bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by City of Edina Parks and Recreation Staff. Rain location is South View Gym 3, enter door 1 or 3. Gym is on the 2nd floor near the office. Ages 11-15 625-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Outdoor Survival Camp Three Rivers Park District Hyland Park Reserve Do you have what it takes? Scale a vertical wall, canoe the waters of Hyland Lake, learn shelter building techniques, use GPS technology to find your way through our Hyland Park Reserve, study fishing essentials, and be trained in other survival skills. This camp is designed to teach outdoor skills, survival basics, and safety in wilderness situations. Program time is about four hours per day and the rest of the time is free play, enjoying park facilities and lunch. Campers are bused to Hyland Park Preserve in Bloomington. Bus leaves promptly at 9:00 am and returns by 3:30. Meet outside door 3 at the Edina Community Center no later than 8:55 am! Please bring a lunch and beverage every day. Taught by Three Rivers Park Staff. Supervised by Summer Shades staff. Grades 4-9 625-9 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Hyland Lake Park Reserve Visitor Center 4 Sessions $199

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Red Cross Babysitter Training A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. Guest speakers and hands-on time with children enhance the program. In order to receive certification, attendance at all classes is required Ages 10-15 625-14 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

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Edina Youth Run Club Boys & girls entering grades 5-7 Join middle school cross country coaches for a week of learning the fundamentals of running. Learn proper ways to warm up, run, cool down, and refuel your body. Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. Tuition includes a T-shirt and snacks. Coached by Andrea Loger and Brian Voeller Grades 5-7 625-17 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Kuhlman field 5 Sessions $139

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Clay Animation Do it allâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;from story creation to making the characters and sets. As you learn the production process, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll animate, record, download, assemble and edit your own movie. Student photography release must be signed for class. Instructor: Computer Explorers Grades K-3 625-15 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $119

Sail Calhoun Club 420 Sailing Camp See class description on page 15. Ages 11-16 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

625-5 Mon-Thu, Jun 25-Jun 29 July 2- Jul 6 (No Class July 4) Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $375

Mini-Sport Sampler Mini-Sport helps children explore baseball, soccer, lacrosse, flag football and in a fun and non-competitive setting. No pressure, just lots of fun. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff

Willy Wonkaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Candy Crafts Camp Create kaleidoscopes, mosaics, mobiles, and more art that is positively scrumdiddlyumptious. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll use real candy and sweets like gummy bears, gum drops and marshmallows as art materials. Bring a nut-free snack and drink. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Staff Ages 5-12 625-30 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $144

Grades K-2 625-13 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Upper North Field 4 Sessions $104

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Week 3: June 25-29 Chess Club Beginners and experienced players welcome. Amaze your friends and impress your opponents. Learn history, strategy and the rules of this classic mind game. Develop your creativity, concentration, memory and both critical and analytical thinking skills. Taught by National Chess Master, Eduard Zelkind. Grades 1-7 625-7 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 238 5 Sessions $114

Basketball The camp helps players learn and practice the core skills and techniques used in basketball and then allow them to practice these skills in a number of games and scrimmages. Individual skills taught: shooting, passing, dribbling along with learning the strategies of offense and defense. Campers will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring water bottle, nut-free snack and a great attitude! Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff Grades 1-5 625-11 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center City Gym 4 Sessions $104

Mannerly Manners® Rule! Let’s face it—how we behave is a choice, and as your child matures, the choices get more complicated. Mannerly Manners® a leading etiquette source supports family values and helps kids navigate life by teaching communication skills, table manners, the lost art of the thank you note and much more. Visit www.mannerlymanners.com for more information. Grades 2-8 625-24 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 350 4 Sessions $184

Edina Tennis Camp Advanced

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15. Ages 7-10 1:00 -4:00 PM

625-4 Mon-Thu, Jun 25-Jun 29 July 2- Jul 6 (No Class July 4) Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

See class description on page 23. Ages 8-11 625-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

French Writing and Conversation Class

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This class offers creative opportunities to use and improve French speaking and writing skills. Students expand the French vocabulary and engage in fun role-playing activities while reviewing and practicing grammar rules, and reviewing the writing process. Instructor: Bianca Suglia

This is a 3-week* evening class that will introduce adults and teens (age 12 & older**) to sailing. Students will learn the fundamentals of boat handling in a variety of conditions. Students will be placed two to a boat in the Club 420 and both will learn to skipper and crew. If you have a child you’d like to sail with, you can register him or her with you for a reduced fee. *Class 4 is 2 weeks— MTTh **If the parent is an experienced sailor, children ages 10-11 are allowed.

Grades 3-5 625-22 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 230 5 Sessions $99

Video Game Maker Have a passion for video games? Learn to create your own games! Students working in pairs will be introduced to the Game Maker software and learn skills and other great techniques to create their own 2D arcade style-game. Instructor: Computer Explorers staff. Grades 3-8 625-29 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Thu Jun 28 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Fun and Funky Jewelry Workshop Learn basic beading techniques, wire working, and collage principles to create unique jewelry. Projects include rings, earrings, necklaces, bookmarks, hair clips, and more. We’ll also use beads, and jewels to decorate lampshades. Instructor: Lisa Wolovitch

For Teen/Adult Pairs Ages 12+

Ages 12+ 625-6 6:00 - 8:30 PM Tue/Thu, Jun 26 - Jul 12 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 6 Sessions $235

Braemar Golf Club Lesson and Practice Students learn from PGA Teaching Professionals on and off the golf course. Part of each day will be spent on the practice range and part on the course. Strong student desire to improve is a must. Participants must have had previous golf experience. Snacks will be provided each day. Meet at the Executive Pro Shop at Braemar Golf Course, 6364 Dewey Hill Road, Edina, (952) 826-6799 Ages 12+ 625-31 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Braemar Golf Course Pro Shop 5 Sessions $219

Grades 3-5 625-23 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jun 25 - Fri Jun 29 Edina Community Center Room 351 5 Sessions $219

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Week 4: July 2-6 Disney Princess Mini Camp

Science Kaleidoscope

Ariel, Cinderella, Jasmine and Belle! Come dressed like your favorite princess as we celebrate all things magical! Create a glittered princess wand, make a tiara, paint a pretty princess picture on canvas, and more. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Costumes welcome, but bring a change of clothes. Instructor: Abrakadoodle

Have fun learning about birds, chemistry and engineering. Help build a giant geodesic dome in the classroom. Mix different chemicals to create sidewalk chalk, bath fizzers, chromatography T-shirt, tootsie rolls, and ice cream. Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Ages 3-6 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

72-4 Jul 2 & Jul 3 Room 207 $74

Cute Cuddly Critters Art Camp Are you an animal lover? Then you will absolutely love creating art inspired by puppies, kitties, bunnies and other adorable critters. We’ll create art you can look at, play with and wear. Bring a nutfree snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 4-9 72-2 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Jul 2, Jul 3, Jul 5 & Jul 6 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

If you have a learner who likes building things and figuring out how things work, they will love this class. Students working in pairs will enjoy hands-on activities using LEGO® Gears and special technical engineering components that incorporate math, science and creativity. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

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Monday-Friday, July 2, 3, 5, 6 (closed July 4) 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 We have a pretty good feeling this week, that’s why we will be going to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and St. Louis Park Pool. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

Construct cool machines and moving structures! Students working in small teams will explore the world of designing and building with our K’Nex dynamic, open-ended spatial building systems. Discover engineering principles while building replicas of real-world machines. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 1-5 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

72-7 Jul 2 & Jul 3 Room 224 $74

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Knitter Critters! Learn to knit in 3 hours!

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Grades K-2 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

Ages 6-12 72-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Jul 2, Jul 3, Jul 5 & Jul 6 Edina Community Center Room 218 4 Sessions $119

72-6 Jul 5 & Jul 6 Room 210 $64

Due to the holiday, No regular ‘Lunch Bunch’ will be offered this week. It is only available by request. Please notify us one week in advance.

Learn the basics of this amazing lifetime skill and make awesome projects, such as a scarf, hat, and even a blanket! All supplies are included in the tuition. Instructor: REACH Education Solutions Grades 3-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

72-15 Monday, Jul 2 Room 348A $32

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Rockin’ Railroads and Race Cars Art Camp

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center

Ladies and gentleman, start your engines! Join us for this rockin’ camp where you’ll paint a wooden train, create racecars out of TP rolls that really race, collage a train scene, and more! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack, and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff

Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947.

Ages 4-9 72-8 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon & Tues, Jul 2 & Jul 3 Edina Community Center Room 212 2 Sessions $64

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Week 4: July 2-6 Digital Film Making and Production

Motorized Mechanical Engineering

Join us for the Computer Explorers Film Festival. Create all the artistic elements for your movie including storyboards, characters, sets, and costume designs. Handle all of the technical details including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, downloading footage to the computer, digital editing and adding finishing special effects and transitions to the movie. Student photography release must be signed for class.

Unlock your inner Engineer! This exciting engineering class combines LEGO® Education & LEGO® Technic™ materials to explore machines by building realistic models. Students working in pairs will enjoy hand-on activities with high emphasis on building techniques will developing an understanding of mechanical principles of pulleys, levers, gears, and wheels. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Grades 1-5 1:00 - 4:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

Grades 2-6 1:00 - 4:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

72-3 Jul 2 & Jul 3 Room 329 $79

72-5 Jul 5 & Jul 6 Room 224 $64

Sail Calhoun Start Sailing for Child/Adult The Start Sailing class will provide an opportunity for young, first-time sailors (ages 4-6) and a parent to learn to sail in an 8ft Optimist dinghy. Students will be taught basic concepts of boat rigging and boat handling. Children will sail with a parent if the wind and weather conditions are safe. On shore activities will be planned. Bring life jackets for parent and child. Ages 4+ 72-1 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 3 - Jul 12 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 4 Sessions $140

Late Pick-up: Parents arriving later than 5 minutes after the end of class will be charged $1 per minute. Payment is due at pick-up.

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Storybook Art Camp Does your child love being read to? If so, this is the perfect camp for them! In this adorable camp we’ll read favorite stories such as Winnie the Pooh, One Fish Two Fish, Fancy Nancy, Curious George and more then make them come to life through art. Bring a beverage, nut free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Ages 3-6 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

79-19 Jul 10 & Jul 12 Room 207 $74

Mannerly Manners® Club Strengthen the social skills training you have already begun! The Mannerly Manners® Club is a program designed specifically for your active, early learner. We support family values and help kids navigate life by teaching the basics of everyday manners. Details at www.mannerlymanners.com Ages 3-7 79-32 10:00 - 11:30 AM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 215 5 Sessions $139

Jelly Beans ‘The Cheetah and Hope’ The camp is based on the children’s book written by the instructor. The story, set in Tanzania, Africa, follows the relationship of a lonely Cheetah and a little girl. They end up sharing adventures and settling in to live with the Barabaig tribe. We will re-create the scenes from the story and learn about the power of love and family. Instructor: Wendy Mulhauser Ages 4-9 79-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 313 5 Sessions $179

Superheroes in Training Art Camp Calling all future superheroes! Want to be Superman, Spiderman, Batman, or Cat Woman? Then this is the camp for you! Make all of the accessories a Superhero needs including a super hero shield, mask, cuffs and more. Children are welcome to come in costume, but please bring a change of clothes, a nutfree snack, beverage and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Ages 4-9 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

79-20 Jul 9 & Jul 11 Room 203 $74

One day camp

Mommy’s Time – Clay Play Day Art Class Mom, you deserve a break! Let your kids express their creativity while you enjoy your morning. What kid doesn’t love to play with clay? We’ll roll, pat, and play with clay as we make a clay mosaic masterpiece. Please pack a nutfree snack and a drink for your child. Instructor: Kidcreate staff. Ages 4-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

79-18 Friday, Jul 13 Room 216 $34

Hogwarts Film School In this exciting hands-on learning class, our instructors will take your student through the entire digital film making steps from start to finish using Frames Software. Student groups’ final projects will be available online for all to see, or students may bring a USB jump drive the last day to take home their films immediately. Student photography release must be signed for class. Instructor: Computer Explorers Grades K-3 79-26 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 5 Theme: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop! Monday-Friday, July 9-13 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 This week we will be going to the Wave Pool as well as visiting a bunch of local hot spots. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 5: July 9-13 ave a City, e W Where here C Can an Y You ou S Save City, Explor Explore the W orld orr D iscover a Planet? World Discover Let your child’s imagination soar while discovering their inner genius at Camp Invention, a weeklong adventure hosted at a school near you (Summer 2012).

Register your child @ www.edinacommunityed.org or 952.848.3952 In partnership with: United States Patent and Trademark Office © 2011 Invent Now, Inc. All rights reser e ved.

Snag Golf For ages 5-10 Learn the fundamentals of grip, stance, swing, ball contact, putting, chipping and driving. Golf rules and etiquette will also be covered. Students will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring sunscreen, water bottle, nut-free snack. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff. Ages 6-12 79-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $109

LEGO WeDo Robotics

Junior Scientists

Edina Track & Field Camp

Start your science career off right with fun hands-on activities. Each day is a different theme. Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Join Edina HS Track & Field Athletes at a high-energy introduction to the sport of track & field! Learn about sprints, relays, hurdles, long jump, high jump, shot put, discus. Wear running shoes, shorts and T-shirt, and be ready to run. Instructor: Bruce Kivimaki, Edina resident & Eden Prairie Boys Track & Field Coach

Get ready for summer soccer by building your own robotic soccer goalie and cheering fans! Students will design and build different LEGO projects then program their projects using a computer and a basic robotics engineering program (from Mindstorms) to complete different tasks and challenges. Details at www.youthenrichmentleague.com.

Grades K-3 79-23 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Kuhlman track 5 Sessions $84

Grades 1-5 79-30 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $139

Ages 5-7 79-29 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 232 5 Sessions $139

Hip Hop Dance Camp Get into the Groove! Learn hip hop steps and dances to fun and upbeat music. This class is not only fun but will improve posture, strength and flexibility in a positive and self-esteem building atmosphere. Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe at the final class. Instructor: Mayer Arts Staff Ages 5-8 79-27 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $114

Crafty Cakes Art Camp We’re making cakes Kidcreate-style! This is your chance to become a cake designer just like the bakers on the Cake Boss show. Instead of flour, butter and sugar our ingredients will be paper maché, paint, Model Magic and air dry clay as we create delicious masterpieces. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day. Ages 5-12 79-16 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

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Grades 4-6 79-24 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Kuhlman track 5 Sessions $84

Edible Schoolyard at Highlands Garden

Sail Calhoun

Dirt, good food, and exciting travel – we’ve got it all this summer! Come and learn about how food gets from garden to table, explore the outdoors, learn cooking and preserving, and meet farmers, chefs, and more. Join us each week for a day in the Highlands produce garden, a day in the kitchen with a local chef, and a day on the road to experience how food is made and eaten in the Twin Cities. Supplies and transportation are included in the tuition. Please bring a bag lunch and beverage each day. Parent email is required for communications about activities and itineraries.

See class description on page 15.

Grades 1-5 79-14 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tue Jul 10 - Thu Jul 12 Highlands Elementary School Field 3 Sessions $129

Beginning Optimist Ages 7-10 79-3 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

Bon Appétit A French Cuisine Workshop See class description on page 30. Grades 3-6 79-21 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $109

Registration information on page 2.

Week 5: July 9-13 Edina Tennis Camp Beginner

Join the Lunch Bunch!

This camp blends skill development, knowledge of scoring, conditioning and games. Sign up for more than one week during the summer and continue to work on skills developed. The warm summer days will also find participants getting off the court for a little cool down and supervised free time. Please bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by Edina Parks and Recreation Staff.

Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

79-60 Monday-Friday, July 9-13 $20

Ages 8-11 79-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Rock Guitar Group Lessons See class description on page 8. Grades 4-8 79-31 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Room 202 5 Sessions $139

Red Cross Babysitter Training A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. Guest speakers and hands-on time with children enhance the program. In order to receive certification, attendance at all classes is required Taught by Tami Kaminsen. Ages 10-15 79-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

Harry Potter Art Camp

Extreme Battlebots

Come and experience the magic of Hogwarts, Kidcreate-style! All projects are inspired by J. K. Rowling’s beloved books and will be sure to capture your imagination. We’ll explore a wide variety of art materials as we create magical masterpieces. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day.

Using the NXT Intelligent brick from LEGO®, students will build extreme robots, program them to accomplish tasks, respond to external stimuli, and overcome challenges. Instructor: Computer Explorers

Ages 5-12 79-17 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

Mini-Sport Sampler Mini-Sport helps children explore baseball, soccer, lacrosse, flag football and in a fun and non-competitive setting. No pressure, just lots of fun. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff Grades K-2 79-11 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Upper North Field 4 Sessions $104

Multi-Sport Sampler Sail Calhoun Club 420 Sailing Camp See class description on page 15 Ages 11-16 79-5 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $375

Grades 3-8 79-25 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

The multi-sport atmosphere helps children explore soccer, flag football, and non-contact lacrosse and basketball or baseball in a day program setting. No pressure—just lots of fun. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff.

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15. Ages 7-10 79-4 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 19 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

Lake Harriet Sailing Camp See class description on page 16. Ages 7-17 1:30 - 3:30 PM Lake Harriet Pavilion 4 Sessions

79-8 Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Bandshell $89

Grades 1-5 79-12 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Upper South Field 4 Sessions $109

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Week 5: July 9-13 Volleyball Coed for ages 7-12 All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner and intermediate player. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. Wear appropriate clothing and bring two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, gym shoes and knee pads. Coached by Skyhawks Staff. Ages 7-12 79-33 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 South View Middle School Gym 1 & 2 4 Sessions $104

Bon Appétit A French Cuisine Workshop Learn how to cook French Favorites (crêpes, mousse au chocolat, quiche lorraine, croque-monsieur, etc.) improve your knowledge of French language and culture. Every day you will cook a new recipe and best of all — eat! So come hungry to try new dishes and spend a ‘Frenchabulous’ time with Sophie Toner, native speaker and 3rd grade teacher. Grades 3-6 79-22 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Thu Jul 12 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $109

Hip Hop Dance Camp Seee page 28 for class description. Ages 9-14 79-28 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $114

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Edina Tennis Camp

Braemar Golf Club

Beginner

Lesson and Practice

This camp blends skill development, knowledge of scoring, conditioning and games. Sign up for more than one week during the summer and continue to work on skills developed. The warm summer days will also find participants getting off the court for a little cool down and supervised free time. Bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by Edina Parks and Recreation Staff.

Students learn from PGA Teaching Professionals on and off the golf course. Part of each day will be spent on the practice range and part on the course. Snacks will be provided each day. Strong student desire to improve is a must. Participants must have had previous golf experience. Meet at the Executive Pro Shop at Braemar Golf Course, 6364 Dewey Hill Road, Edina (952)826-6799

Ages 11-15 79-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Ages 12+ 1:00 - 4:00 PM Braemar Golf Course 5 Sessions

79-15 Mon Jul 9 - Fri Jul 13 Pro Shop $219

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Princess, Fairies and Pixie Dust Art Camp Celebrate all things magical as we make tiaras, create sparkly wands, collage fairies and sprinkle them with pixie dust, sculpt our very own kissable frog out of clay, and more! Costumes welcome! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Ages 3-6 716-20 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 209 4 Sessions $144

Stars, Planets and Stories Blast off with Science Explorers for a fun filled trip to the stars. We will learn about gravity and how the earth’s rotation affects our everyday lives. Then we will explore its phases and stop to investigate the planets of our solar system and how they orbit the sun. As we reach the end of our week, we will look to the constellations and learn their stories. Ages 4-6 716-27 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 213 4 Sessions $79

Friday only camp

Hello Kitty Cuteness Art Class Do you “heart” Hello Kitty? If so, you will love this class! We will create a masterpiece featuring the cutest kitty ever! Bring a nut-free snack and a beverage. Instructor: Kidcreate Ages 5-12 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

716-18 Friday, Jul 20 Room 216 $26

Game On! Summer yard games We will introduce campers to all their favorite playground games: Ships Across the Ocean, Animal Tag, Freeze Tag, Red Light-Green Light, Kick ball, Capture the Flag, Duck-Duck-Grey Duck, Dodge Ball (with soft sponge balls), Red Rover-Red Rover, 500, Sharks and Minnows, Simon Say’s and Steal the Bacon. All equipment provided. Instructor: Sports Unlimited Staff

Passport to Spanish! Language lessons

This camp is designed to introduce the young athlete to the sport of T-ball through skill development and small group games. Individual skills taught: throwing, catching, hitting, base running and fielding. Participants will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring baseball glove, water bottle, sunscreen, snack and a great attitude! Coached by Sports Unlimited staff Ages 5-8 716-11 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center McCarthy Ball Field 4 Sessions $104

Grades K-5 716-Spanish 10:00 - 11:00 AM Tuesdays, Jul 17 - Aug 14 Edina Community Center Room 238 5 Sessions $86

For boys & girls ages 5-8

Week 6 Theme: Brighter Than The Sun! Monday-Friday, July 16-20 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 Visiting the downtown library, riding the light rail to the Mall of America, and swimming at Sand Bottom pool are just a couple of the fun things happening this week. Please bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle every day. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub

Grades K-2 716-10 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $94

¡Ven con nosotros! Come with us as we “visit” the countries of Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Puerto Rico, and Guatemala in this exciting cultural Spanish course for children. In each class you will “visit” a new country, learning about its unique customs, arts, foods, and music — all in Spanish! Students will love this interactive, dynamic class, which includes games, stories, and traditional crafts. While adding stamps to their passport and creating postcards for each country, participants will be introduced to exciting travel vocabulary and learn how to order in Spanish. Instructor: Futura Language Staff

T-Ball

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9

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Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 6: July 16-20 Video Game Animation Interactive Games Dive into the world of 2 dimensional video game designs. Working in pairs, students will create a dynamic video animation games using Scratch, the innovative programming language created just for students by the MIT Media Lab. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 1-4 716-15 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $129

Let’s Fly Chinese Summer Camp Come be immersed in the Chinese language as we travel to a land far, far away, that’s filled with heroes, legends and stories. The day will filled with language lessons, culture explores, outdoor activities, crafts and songs. Instructor: Hand in Hand Staff Grades 1-6 716-19 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $159

Secret Agent

Amazing Amusement Park Science

Red Cross Babysitter Training

Are you ready for a hair-raising adventure? Then strap yourself in as we explore the amazing science of amusement parks and how your local playground inspired many of their spine-tingling rides. Join us as we free fall into physics fun with K’NEX building systems and other building materials. Instructor: Science Explorers

See class description on page 29. Ages 10-15 716-8 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

Grades 2-6 716-14 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 334 4 Sessions $99

Sail Calhoun Start Sailing for Child/Adult See class description on page 20. Ages 4+ 716-3 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 17 - Jul 26 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 4 Sessions $140

Observation Drawing Drawing from observation consists of seeing an object in different perspectives. We will draw these items of the artist’s choice (some brought by students) with charcoal, ink and pencil sketch. Come join us for a week of “total” art focus and drawing. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Staff

Soccer Camp For ages 4-7 & 8-12 Young athletes gain technical skills and sport knowledge required for their next step into soccer. Participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. Participants should wear appropriate clothing, bring two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, shin guards, running shoes and sunscreen. Coached by Skyhawks Staff

Grades 3-6 716-25 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Room 313 5 Sessions $144

Sharpen your under-cover skills and use spy technology to listen in on secret conversations. Use a laser beam to identify voices. Instructor: Mad Science

Edina Tennis Camp

Ages 7-12 716-26 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Room 218 5 Sessions $134

Ages 8-11 716-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Ages 4-7 716-9 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $104

Advanced See class description on page 23.

Ages 8-12 716-12 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $104

Stay Fit Summer PE Join physical education teacher and Edina high school football and baseball assistant coach Josh Jansen for your favorite PE activities. Activities will include new PE games and an introduction to fitness programs that may be used at home. Students will also learn ways to stay fit year round, understand basic muscle groups and bones, and learn about healthy food choices. Grades 2-5 716-7 9:00 - 11:00 AM Mon-Wed, Jul 16 - Aug 1 Creek Valley Elementary School Gym 9 Sessions $120

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Join the Lunch Bunch! Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

616-60 Monday-Friday, July 16-20 $20

Registration information on page 2.

Week 6: July 16-20 For the Love of Art Camp

3D Video Game Design

Do you love art? You will experiment with many different types of art such as Van Gogh globes, dot-to-dot like Seurat and more. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate

Design your own 3D Video Game! The choices for environments, terrains, tracks, obstacles, vehicles, characters, upgrades and even cheats give users infinite possibilities in creating levels and customizing their own 3D game. Students will either be creating a first person action game or an adventure game. Instructor: Computer Explorers

Ages 5-12 716-16 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

Chess Club See class description on page 24. Grades 1-7 716-5 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Room 238 5 Sessions $114

French Language Camp Be immersed in a language camp that offers you meaningful opportunities to use your French speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills in a fun linguistic and cultural setting. The use of creative drama activities promotes dialogues and interactions among all students in the class. Instructor: Bianca Suglia Grades 2-5 716-17 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Room 230 5 Sessions $109

Fencing Camp Learn real fencing skills while having fun. More than a game fencing requires a mental attitude of self-discipline involving total manipulation of mind and body in perfect harmony. Classes are performed in a non-threatening environment. Equipment is provided. Dress for movement. Instructor: MN Sword Play MUSKETEERS LEVEL Ages 6-9 716-22 1:00 - 2:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $69

Grades 3-8 716-13 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Thu Jul 19 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $99

Edina Tennis Camp

The Audition: Guidelines & Coaching Prepare for your next audition! Personal instruction on musical selections and vocal coaching. Learn how to choose the right monologue for your age and pointers on reading from a script, along with games that will help you build your acting and improvisational skills. Instructor: Beth Solberg, Valley View Director Grades 6-9 716-28 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 South View Middle School auditorium 5 Sessions $266

Advanced This advanced skills camps continues to blend skill development with game strategies and conditioning. There will also be off court activities and supervised free time. Please bring a tennis racket, a nut-free snack and water bottle. Taught by City of Edina Parks and Recreation Staff. Rain location is South View Gym 3, enter door 1 or 3. Gym is on the 2nd floor near the office. Ages 11-15 716-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Fun & Funky Jewelry Workshop Learn basic beading techniques, wire working, and collage principles to create unique jewelry. Projects include rings, earrings, necklaces, bookmarks, hair clips, and more. We’ll also use beads, and jewels to decorate lampshades. Instructor: Lisa Wolovitch Grades 6-9 716-24 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Room 165 5 Sessions $219

KIDS LEVEL Ages 9-12 716-31 1:00 - 2:00 PM Mon Jul 16 - Fri Jul 20 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $79

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Sail Calhoun For Teen/Adult Pairs Ages 12+ This is a 3-week* evening class that will introduce adults and teens (age 12 & older**) to sailing. Students will learn the fundamentals of boat handling in a variety of conditions. Students will be placed two to a boat in the Club 420 and both will learn to skipper and crew. If you have a child you’d like to sail with, you can register him or her with you for a reduced fee. *Class 4 is 2 weeks— MTTh **If the parent is an experienced sailor, children ages 10-11 are allowed. Ages 12+ 716-4 6:00 - 8:30 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 17 - Aug 2 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 6 Sessions $235

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Little Girls Art School This adorable camp is for little girls who love to paint, sculpt and do art! Paint ceramic cupcakes while reading Pinkalicious, watercolor your own cloth puppy as we read Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy, sculpt teddy bears out of clay, paint a beautiful flower picture on canvas, and more. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 3-6 723-20 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 209 4 Sessions $144

Friday only!

Fancy Nancy Art Class Come and get fancy with us! We’ll read the book Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor and create a bonnet that Nancy would be proud of. Bonnet is a fancy word for hat-of course! Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Ages 3-6 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

723-29 Friday, Jul 27 Room 209 $26

Jelly Beans Dr. Seuss Favorites to Drama We’ll have great fun re-creating these familiar Seuss favorites; Horton Hears a Who, Daisy Head Maisey, The Sneetches, The Green Pants and Bartholomew and the Ooblick. Movement, costumes, props, art- created and used to make simple sets, puppets and drama are all utilized for the purposes of learning, growth, critical thinking and fun! Instructor: Wendy Mulhauser Ages 4-9 723-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Fri Jul 27 Edina Community Center Room 313 5 Sessions $179

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Snag Golf For ages 5-10 Learn the fundamentals of grip, stance, swing, ball contact, putting, chipping and driving. Golf rules and etiquette will also be covered. Children will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring sunscreen, water bottle, nut-free snack. Coached by Sports Unlimited Staff. Ages 5-10 723-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $109

Rock Star Art Camp Calling all future rock stars! Walk the red carpet and be a rock star for the day as you create guitars, design a CD label for your band, make a blinged out microphone, design your own rock star t-shirt and more while you rock out to your favorite music. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack, plain white T-shirt, your favorite CD and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 5-10 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 7 Theme: Live Your Life Monday-Friday, July 23-27 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 We will be visiting a combination of local parks and pools as well as a trip to Old Country Buffet and the amazing Anoka County Fair. Come prepared for a variety of fun! Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle every day. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub

723-21 Jul 23 & Jul 25 Room 216 $74

¡The Amazing Amazon! Spanish Language and Culture Camp Come learn about how people live and where wildlife roams in the lush jungles of Central and South America. Children will be together for some large-group activities and separated by age/grade and proficiency level for small-group activities. Our innovative curriculum addresses a wide variety of learning styles that makes learning a new language fun and effective. We’ll develop all language skills especially listening and speaking in an “immersion” environment. Instructor: University Language Staff Grades K-2 723-23 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 223 4 Sessions $219

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 7: July 23-27 Unicorns and Mermaid Art Camp Calling all unicorn and mermaid lovers! Learn how to draw and paint a unicorn then sculpt your design out of air dry clay. After you’ll paint a beautiful underwater scene featuring mermaids with sequin scales and more! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 5-10 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

723-22 Jul 24 & Jul 26 Room 215 $74

Intro to Cheerleading/ Dance/Tumbling This camp helps students explore cheer leading, dance and tumbling in a fun and non-competitive setting. No pressure—just lots of fun in learning: motion/jump technique and sideline/ performance cheers, dance routines. Coached by Sports Unlimited staff Grades K-3 723-12 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $109

Wild Things: Plants and Bugs What do fish eat? Why do birds fly? Are insects important? We will build a cricket bug house, a bird feeder, and a boat to float in the creek. We will raise a caterpillar and enjoy a day of fishing at Cornelia and other nature related projects.Bring a nut-free snack and a bottle of water. Dress for the weather! Class meets at the Bredesen Park shelter. No transportation is provided between Bredesen Park and the Edina Community Center. Taught by Lisa Benson Ages 6-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Bredesen Park 4 Sessions

723-8 Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Park Shelter $99

Camp Invention – Innovate Unleash the creative genius in your child! A hands-on STEM enrichment and creativity day camp so fun, they won’t even realize they’re learning! Build your own motorized pet, explore new games, save a virtual world and become an entrepreneur in the avatar marketplace, and use real tools to take apart old appliances and make your own invention. Grades 1-6 723-19 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon Jul 23 - Fri Jul 27 Edina Community Center Room 229 5 Sessions $255

Edible Schoolyard at Highlands Garden See class description on page 28. Grades 1-5 723-14 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tue Jul 24 - Thu Jul 26 Highlands Elementary School Field 3 Sessions $129

Get ready for 1st grade by taking this new class

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15. Ages 7-10 723-3 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

Write–Share–Play A Creative Writing Class Enjoy creative writing in a dynamic environment. You will use art, music, creative drama, various interactive activities and games to help you brainstorm and expand on new writing ideas, learn strong vocabulary, write short descriptive and persuasive essays and poems. Instructor: Bianca Suglia Grades 3-5 723-26 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 230 4 Sessions $109

One day camp!

Post Kindergarten Adventure

Knitter Critters

Reading & Writing, Math

Come learn the basics of this amazing lifetime skill and make some awesome projects such as a scarf, hat, and blanket! Supplies are included in the tuition.

Stimulating activities that will help prepare students for 1st grade. Reading, writing, language, and math skills will be reinforced. Students registering for both sessions are welcome to stay with the teacher during the half hour between sessions. Please notify us when registering if you wish to use this option. Instructor: Cecilia Welsh READING Grade 1 723-27 8:30-10:00 AM Mon-Fri, Jul 23-Aug 3 Edina Community Center Room 213 10 Sessions $129 MATH Grade 1 723-28 10:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon-Fri, Jul 23-Aug 3 Edina Community Center Room 213 10 Sessions $129

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Learn to knit in 3 hours!

Grades 3-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

723-30 Friday, Jul 27 Room 165 $32

Red Cross Babysitter Training A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. Guest speakers and hands-on time with children enhance the program. To receive certification, attendance at all classes is required. Ages 10-15 723-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

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Week 7: July 23-27 3D Video Game Programming

Star Wars Jedi Movie Making

Using Alice, innovative 3D programming software, students will design an animation for an interactive game, movie or story. Students working in pairs will learn the basics of making objects, people, animals and vehicles that move and react in a virtual 3D World. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

From a galaxy far, far away, Starwars comes to life! Work on a stop motion animated Lego Starwars Movie. In this exciting hands-on learning class, our instructors will take students through the entire digital film making steps using Frames Software. Student photography release must be signed for class. Instructor: Computer Explorers

Grades 3-8 723-11 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Edina Tennis Camp Beginner See class description on page 30. Ages 11-15 723-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Fri Jul 27 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Grades K-3 723-16 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Club 420 Sailing Camp

Grades 1-5 723-13 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104

The Shadow Book Write & Create in French

Want to channel your love of video games into a creative, fun outlet? Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll create a Mario Kart racecourse and vehicle, cartoons of our favorite Smash Bros. characters, a Wii Mii self-portrait and more at this awesome camp! Bring a nut free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff

A shadow book is a book that you read in the dark as you project shadows on a wall with a flashlight. Develop your French writing skills for fiction or nonfiction as you create the text for your book. Cut out silhouettes and assemble your book. Instructor: Sophie Toner Grades 3-6 723-25 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 238 4 Sessions $99

Edina Tennis Camp

See class description on page 15. Ages 11-16 723-5 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $375

Beginner See class description on page 30. Ages 8-11 723-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Fri Jul 27 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Join the Lunch Bunch! Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

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Introduction to flag football through skill development and small group games. Individual skills taught: passing, catching, kicking along with learning the strategies of offense and defense. Students will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring water, sunscreen and a great attitude! Coached by Sports Unlimited staff

Video Gamer Art Camp

Ages 5-12 723-24 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Thu Jul 26 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

Sail Calhoun

Flag Football

723-60 Monday-Friday, July 23-27 $20

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15 Ages 7-10 723-4 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon-Thu, Jul 23 - Aug 2 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

Forensic Lab Use forensic science to help solve some mysteries. Collect evidence with your own Inspector Kit. Reconstruct a mystery scene and the face of your suspect with the Whodunit take home kit. Examine footprints and use your own Fingerprint Finder to identify fingerprints left at the scene. Instructor: Mad Science Ages 8-12 723-18 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 23 - Fri Jul 27 Edina Community Center Room 218 5 Sessions $134

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Dad and Me Fun Day! This class is for dads, grandpas, or uncles and their favorite little ones! Spend the morning doing fun art projects as you both make bugs out of clay, collage a robot and more! In between projects we'll take a short recess and snack break. No charge for non-participating siblings or adults. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack and dress for a mess. Ages 2-5 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

730-13 Friday, Aug 3 Room 208 $32

T-Ball For boys & girls ages 4-7 Skyhawks Sports T-Ball is designed to teach the fundamental skills of the game – fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running. Participants use safety bats and balls to strengthen the pace of the game. Participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. Wear appropriate clothing, bring two nut-free snacks, water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Rain location is Southview City Gym. Enter door 4 on south end of building. Ages 4-7 730-10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center McCarthy Ball Field 4 Sessions $104

Tooth Fairy Box Art Class In this box you will find a teensy, tiny tooth of mine. So while I sleep where dreams are made, let’s see if the tooth fairy will make a trade. In this adorable class, young artists will make their very own tooth fairy box—a treasured keepsake for years to come! Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Instructor: Kidcreate Ages 4-9 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

730-20 Friday, Aug 3 Room 165 $26

Week 8: July 30 - August 3 Fun in the Sun Explore artists and authors and learn about shapes, colors and pre-writing activities that involve lines. The works of famous artists are the inspiration for these creative paint explorations and stories will help us explore the literacy side of art. All areas of development will be explored. Instructor: Lisa Hoffman Ages 3-6 730-19 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon/Wed, Jul 30 - Aug 8 Edina Community Center Room 170b 4 Sessions $132 Ages 3-6 730-21 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 170b 4 Sessions $132 Ages 3-6 730-22 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Fridays, Aug 3 & Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room 170b 2 Sessions $66 Ages 3-6 730-23 12:30 - 3:30 PM Tue/Thu, July31-Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 170b 4 Sessions $132

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 8 Theme: Epic! Monday-Friday, July 30 - August 3 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 This week will be epic—we are going Science Museum as well as swimming at the Bloomington Aquatic Center. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center.” Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub

Art Camp Rocks Join us for this awesomely fun art camp filled with favorite projects! Do a paper mache project, tie dye t-shirts, make a duct tape wallet, throw paint like Jackson Pollock, sculpt animals out of clay, and more. Bring a plain white t-shirt, beverage and a nut-free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Ages 5-10 730-12 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $144

Beginning Golf For ages 5-8 See class description on page 21. Ages 5-8 730-6 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Upper N & S Fields 4 Sessions $104

Friday only camp

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Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 8: July 30 - August 3 Bonjour! French Camp

Junior Robot Engineers

These camps are especially for Normandale French Immersion students but others are welcome, too! Supplement and reinforce basic French reading, writing, and speaking skills. Other academic areas will be explored in a fun, campstyle program. Please bring a nut-free bag lunch and a beverage. Supervised lunch is included in the fee. Taught by Normandale Teachers.

For ages 6-8

Note: children must be entering the grade level registered for in Fall, 2012.

Join us for a week of fun and learn all about the science of robotics. Discover the science behind gears, circuits and how robots use sensors to explore the world around them. Try out various robots, learn about artificial intelligence and try your hand at programming. Build or just program with the Lego Mindstorms™ Robotics System. Build your own OWI Hyper Peppy Robot to take home. Instructor: Mad Science

Grade K 730-41 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 215 4 Sessions $89

Ages 6-8 730-18 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 Edina Community Center Room 220 5 Sessions $174

Grade K 730-42 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 215 4 Sessions $89 Grade 1 730-43 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 203 4 Sessions $89 Grade 1 730-45 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 203 4 Sessions $89 Grade 2 730-30 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 210 4 Sessions $164 Grade 3 730-31 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 224 4 Sessions $164 Grade 4 730-32 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 236 4 Sessions $164 Grades 5 730-34 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 237 4 Sessions $164

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Lake Harriet Sailing Camp See class description on page 16. Ages 7-17 730-4 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Lake Harriet Pavilion Bandshell 4 Sessions $89

Lynch Basketball Camp Learn skills and fundamentals such as shooting, passing, and ballhandling, as well as defensive footwork and offensive moves all in a positive environment. Morning and afternoon scrimmages included. Shooting contests, too! Bring lunch, water and wear basketball attire. Instructors: Lynch Camps, running basketball camps/clinics since 1992.

LEGO X Enginetics & Green Energy Build drag racers, cranes, go carts, motorized dogs and more then connect them to an engine and watch ‘em go! Next, plug your LEGO projects in to a solar cell, wind turbine or hydro turbine to investigate green energy. Instructor: Youth Enrichment League www.youthenrichmentleague.com

Grades 2-8 730-9 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 South View Middle School Gym #1 & 2 5 Sessions $199

Mannerly Manners® Rule! See class description on page 24.

Grades 1-5 730-14 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $119

Grades 2-8 730-26 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 350 4 Sessions $184

Join the Lunch Bunch! Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

730-60 Monday-Friday, July 30 - Aug 3 $20

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Week 8: July 30 - August 3 Mission: Discover Campers work together to survive a shipwreck by creating shelter, gathering food, designing a boat, and more. They will experience the thrill of scientific discovery as they imagine, design, and create inventions patterned on famous historical inventors’ own works, from Edison’s light bulb to DaVinci’s trebuchet. Instructor: Mad Science Ages 8-12 730-16 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 Edina Community Center Room 218 5 Sessions $139

Edina Tennis Camp Advanced See class description on page 23. Ages 8-11 730-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

Red Cross Babysitter Training See class description on page 19. Ages 10-15 730-5 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 351 4 Sessions $89

Fun in the Sun See class description on page 39. Grade K 730-23 12:30 - 3:30 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 170b 4 Sessions $132

Magical Mud-Clay Creation Camp Pinch, pat, and roll to create all sorts of magical mud clay creations! Learn the basics of working with clay and experience different types: air dry, Model Magic and polymer clay. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink. Instructor: Kidcreate

Intro to Cheerleading/ Dance/Tumbling See class description on page 18. Grades K-3 730-7 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $109

Soccer in Spanish! For grades 1-5 Join in the fun of learning Spanish while playing soccer! Students will become a member of a national team from a Spanish speaking country, learn soccer songs and chants, and play soccer while speaking Spanish. Bring a white t-shirt, water bottle, nut-free snack. Rain location is South View Middle School cafeteria, door 3 on the East side of building. Grades 1-5 730-11 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Concord Elementary School Concord Playfield 4 Sessions $184

Star Wars Jedi Movie Making

Speciality Football Camp Quarterback/Receivers/ Running Back Sports Unlimited provides the competitive edge with our private athletic tutors. Visit our website for specifics about instruction for Quarterbacks, Recievers and Running Back (www.edina.thatscommunityed.com). Athletes will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring water, sunscreen and a great attitude! Grades 3-8 730-8 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $146

Edina Tennis Camp Advanced See class description on page 23. Ages 11-15 730-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Fri Aug 3 Edina Community Center Tennis courts 5 Sessions $105

See class description on page 36. Grades 4-8 730-17 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Ages 5-12 730-15 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Jul 30 - Thu Aug 2 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

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Sail Calhoun Start Sailing for Child/Adult See class description on page 15. Ages 4+ 730-3 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tue/Thu, Jul 31 - Aug 9 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 4 Sessions $140

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Disney Princesses Art Camp Who’s your favorite Disney princess? Is it Cinderella, Ariel, Belle, or maybe Jasmine? Join us as we read princess tales and then create works of art featuring favorite princesses! Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 3-6 86-17 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 213 4 Sessions $129

‘Once Upon a Time’ Dance and Drama Who is your favorite character from your favorite story? Come join us for funfilled, energetic dance and drama as we put our favorite characters in a new story! No experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Bring a nutfree snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe at the final class. Instructor: Mayer Arts Staff Ages 3-4 86-23 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $114

Mommy’s Time Girl Power Art Class

Friday camp

Mom, you deserve a break! Let your kids express their creativity while you enjoy some time to yourself. The girls will create and decorate a purse and make everything they can imagine to put into them like cell phones, compacts, key chains and more! Bring a nut-free snack and drink. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 4-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

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86-19 Friday, Aug 10 Room 209 $34

Jelly Beans – From Books To Drama Camp From books to drama to literacy! We use our favorite books such as Where The Wild Things Are, You are Special, The Flying Dragon Room and others to create our own plays. We create simple sets and use puppets, costumes and movement to depict our ideas. This is a great way to develop a young child’s social/emotional growth, critical thinking and to have fun in a group setting! Ages 4-7 86-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room 313 5 Sessions $179

Mini-Sport Sampler See class description on page 23. Grades K-2 86-11 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Upper North Field 4 Sessions $104

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 9 Theme: Still Got It! Monday-Friday, August 6-10 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 There’s no stopping SURGE this week. We will be go-carting at Lilli Putt, playing crazy games at Bassett Creek Park and holding our annual SURGE Olympics. Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle every day. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center”. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub

Camp KinderSprouts Join us as we discover the world around us while brushing up on the skills needed for kindergarten. Explore outer space, dinosaurs and the ocean while learning science, math, reading, writing and geography. We use experiments, projects, songs and more in this fun, hands-on camp setting. Instructor: Science Explorers Staff Ages 5-6 86-15 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 207 4 Sessions $84

More Star Wars Adventures Join the Jedi Council in a faraway galaxy as you learn to draw, sculpt and paint your favorite characters. Sculpt R2D2 out of clay, learn to draw Darth Vader and make a plaster mask of your favorite character. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Ages 5-10 86-20 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $144

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 9: August 6-10 Theatre Makeup Work with a professional SteppingStone Theatre teaching artist to learn the secrets of stage makeup. Explore the role of a makeup designer as you learn how to design and create animal makeup, or cuts, bruises, fake blood, and more! Grades 1-6 86-28 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room Studio 318 5 Sessions $189

Edible Schoolyard at Highlands Garden Dirt, good food, and exciting travel – we’ve got it all this summer! Come and learn about how food gets from garden to table, explore the outdoors, learn cooking and preserving, and meet farmers, chefs, and more. Join us each week for a day in the Highlands produce garden, a day in the kitchen with a local chef, and a day on the road to experience how food is made and eaten in the Twin Cities. Supplies and transportation are included in the tuition. Please bring a bag lunch and beverage each day. Parent email is required for communications about activities and itineraries. . Grades 1-5 86-10 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tue Aug 7 - Thu Aug 9 Highlands Elementary School Field 3 Sessions $129

Project Runway Get ready for your very own Project Runway Fashion Show exhibiting projects, designs and crafts made with your own hands, style and flair! Students will make and take home multiple projects: an apron, satchel, doll clothes and more. We learn sewing basics like cross-stitching, straight-stitching, using a sewing machine and sewing by hand. The Fashion Show will take on the final day of camp. Instructor will provide parents with details. See more information at www.youthenrichmentleague.com. Grades 3-6 86-21 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $146

Knex Engineering Wheels & Dragsters Learn engineering concepts in this hands-on class. Students working in small teams will build and explore a variety of models related to speed, friction, motion and more using our K’Nex dynamic, open-ended, spatial building system. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 1-4 86-18 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $129

Dinner Party!

One day camp

Discover what it takes to host a dinner party. Learn the basics of kitchen safety, dinner etiquette and healthy eating tips. We’ll select a healthy menu and prepare a five-course meal with place settings and an invitation to the guest of your choice. Instructor: REACH Education Solutions Ages 7-12 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Valley View Middle School 1 Session

86-16 Friday, Aug 10 Room 135 $74

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist See class description on page 15.

Polish up your reading skills and be ready for school this fall! ‘Boost Your Math’ class – page 42.

Boost your Reading! Supplement and reinforce basic reading skills. Polish up on vocabulary, reading comprehension and structural analysis before school begins in the fall. Bring a nut-free snack. Taught by certified teachers. Entering Grade 2 86-33 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 210 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 3 86-34 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 220 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 4 86-35 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 223 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 5 86-36 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 224 4 Sessions $99

Ages 7-10 86-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu, Aug 6 - Aug 16 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

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Week 9: August 6-10 Red Cross Babysitter Training: Express

Join the Lunch Bunch!

A must for all babysitters! Topics include child development, good babysitter business practices and emergency care. In order to receive certification, attendance at all classes is required.

Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Ages 10-15 86-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Wed Aug 8 Edina Community Center Room 351 3 Sessions $69

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

86-60 Monday-Friday, August 6-10 $20

SAT/PSAT Test Prep Prepare for the October PSAT and the November SAT tests. Familiarize yourself with the content and format of the math, verbal and writing portions of the revised SAT/PSAT exam. Review algebra and geometry with practice problems taken from previous SAT tests. Extensive work with vocabulary, reading, comprehension, grammar and punctuation. Taught by Nancy Quinlan. Grades 10-12 86-8 6:00 - 9:00 PM Wednesdays, Aug 10 - Aug 31 Edina Community Center Room 334 4 Sessions $99

Sail Calhoun

‘Once Upon a Time’ Dance and Drama Who is your favorite character from your favorite story? Come join us for five days of fun-filled, energetic dance and drama as we put our favorite characters in a new imaginative story! No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Please bring a nut free snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe at the final class. Instructor: Mayer Arts Staff Ages 5-8 86-24 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $119

Club 420 Sailing Camp See class description on page 15.

Science in the Kitchen

Ages 11-16 86-3 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon-Thu, Aug 6 - Aug 16 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $375

Throw open the kitchen cabinets, dive into ingredients and discover areas of science you never knew your kitchen had. Explore chemistry with acids/bases, molecule models and rates of reaction. Then investigate physics with super cheese ball structures and test your tower’s mortar strength against a catapult. Dress to get messy in this hands-on class. Note: corn, wheat and dairy may be used in this class, but not consumed. Instructor: Science Explorers staff

Soccer Camp For ages 4-7 & 8-12 See class description on page 32. Ages 4-7 86-12 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104 Ages 8-12 86-13 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Kuhlman Field 4 Sessions $104

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Grades 1-5 86-22 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 207 4 Sessions $96

Puppets Learn about the many varieties of puppets and then create one of your very own. Work with a SteppingStone teacher as you explore the magic world of puppets through movement and art and watch your puppets come to life. Grades 1-6 86-27 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room Studio 318 5 Sessions $139

Boost your Math! Come for some extra practice with basic math. Emphasis will be on process skills involved with solving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and word problems. Please bring a nut-free snack. Taught by certified teachers. Entering Grade 2 86-29 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 210 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 3 86-30 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 220 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 4 86-31 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 223 4 Sessions $99 Entering Grade 5 86-32 1:00 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 224 4 Sessions $99

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Week 9: August 6-10 Now open! Peak Café, a unique concessions stand featuring 45 percent healthier food and beverage options.

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Animatronics Engineering Students will be building learning models, then challenged to customize and improved their projects with what they have learned. We’ll investigate the principles of design, mechanisms, pneumatics, pressure, prototyping, energy, and more. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 4-8 86-14 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Thu Aug 9 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $129

Sail Calhoun Beginning Optimist Beginning Optimist is for the new or lessexperienced sailor. Students may repeat the course, since we will attempt to group sailors by skill level and advance them accordingly. The 8 ft. Optimist dinghy is the ideal learn to sail boat as well as one that provides a challenge at the racing level. It is a very stable boat and is easy to handle on the water. Bring a life jacket

Ages 7-10 86-2 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon-Thu, Aug 6 - Aug 16 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 8 Sessions $220

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Fun & Funky Jewelry Workshop Learn basic beading techniques, wire working, and collage principles to create unique jewelry. Projects include rings, earrings, necklaces, bookmarks, hair clips, and more. We’ll also use beads, and jewels to decorate lampshades. Instructor: Lisa Wolovitch Grades 6-9 86-26 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 6 - Fri Aug 10 Edina Community Center Room 165 5 Sessions $219

Sail Calhoun For teen/adult pairs ages 12+ This is a 3-week* evening class that will introduce adults and teens (age 12 & above**) to sailing. Students will be taught the fundamentals of boat handling in a variety of conditions. Students will be placed two to a boat in the Club 420 and both will learn to skipper and crew. This is a great opportunity to sail a fun and exciting boat. If you have a child you’d like to sail with, you can register him or her with you for a reduced fee. *Class 4 is 2 weeks—MTTh **If the parent is an experienced sailor, children aged 10-11 are allowed. Ages 12+ 86-4 6:00 - 8:30 PM Mon, Tue/Thu, Aug 6-16 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 6 Sessions $235

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Explore Minneapolis! This one day adventure starts with a city bus ride to downtown Minneapolis, and then the Light Rail to the Government Center, visit a real courtroom, and talk to a judge. We’ll explore the skyway and tunnel system and see other downtown landmarks. Bring money for lunch and a snack. Meet in front of Lunds at 50th & France. Trip leader is Kay Zuccaro Ages 9-11 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 1 Session

86-37 Wednesday, Aug 8 $59

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Fun in the Sun See class description on page 37. Ages 3-6 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

813-24 Aug 13 & Aug 15 Room 170b $66

Ages 3-6 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

813-25 Aug 14 & Aug 16 Room 170b $66

Ages 3-6 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

813-28 Friday, Aug 17 Room 170b $33

Ages 3-6 12:30 - 3:30 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

813-27 Aug 14 & Aug 16 Room 170b $66

Basics to Building & Engineering Hands-on exploration of simple machines introduces students to the basic concepts of physical science, math and engineering. Instructor: Computer Explorer Staff Afternoon class on page 46. Ages 3 1/2 - 6 LEVERS 9:00 - 11:00 AM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

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813-5 Aug 13 & Aug 14 Room 209 $59

My American Doll’s Summer Camp

‘Cinderella’ Musical Theater Camp Dance and sing to Cinderella’s music and put together a show! We’ll make crowns and fairy godmother wands. No experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Bring a nut free snack and beverage. Instructor: Mayer Arts Staff. Ages 4-7 813-3 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $119

Dangerous Boys & Daring Girls Art Camp Make craft and art projects from the wildly popular series of the same name! Create marbled paper, water bombs, the world’s greatest paper airplane, and more. We’ll even make a compass and learn magic and coin tricks! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: abrakadoodle Ages 5-10 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

813-7 Aug 14 & Aug 16 Room 216 $74

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Bring your favorite doll to summer camp! Each day includes a themed project. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. *This camp is not affiliated with or sponsored, endorsed, or authorized by any particular doll manufacturer, including American Girl, LLC.

Schoolhouse Chess brings the game of chess to life using creative personalities. You will be captivated by our imaginative characters and learn chess with ease. Play a game with our gigantic chess set—the biggest you have ever seen! Camp covers all the rules, strategies and tactics and is appropriate for beginners through intermediate players. Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Ages 3-6 813-13 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 Edina Community Center Room 213 4 Sessions $144

Ages 6-12 813-16 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Cafeteria 5 Sessions $139

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The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Week 10 Theme: You Tha Boss Monday-Friday, August 13-17 6:45am - 6:00pm $39/$42 day. Meet in room 136 This is SURGE’s annual Mystery Week and the activity for the day will be determined by the youth. Several trips and activities are planned and ready to go, each morning we will spin the Wheel of Destiny to decide the trip of the day. Who knows where the wheel of destiny will bring us? Please bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch and water bottle everyday. Please register one week in advance. See page 13 for description of “The Rec Center”. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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Week 10: August 13-17 Earthquake & Structural Engineering

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Students design and build towers and structures from Knexs, Legos and Wood, and see the effects of vibrations and movement have on their structures, and then test their structures to destruction. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Are you registered for both morning and afternoon activities and want to stay over the lunch break? Bring a bag lunch and beverage and join us for Lunch Bunch in the Edina Community Center Cafeteria. Students are picked up from their morning camp and dropped off at their afternoon camp and are supervised during lunch by Summer Shades staff.

Grades 1-5 813-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $129

Ages 5-13 12:00-1:00 PM 5 Sessions

813-60 Monday-Friday, August 13-17 $20

Get Set to Be a Vet Look at the careers of veterinarians and learn about specialties such as large animal and zoo practice. Learn to take care of your pets and make your own dog treats. Examine x-rays of animals and perform a mock surgery. Instructor: Science Museum Staff Ages 6-8 813-17 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon - Thu Aug 13 - 16 Edina Community Center Room 332 4 Sessions $119 Ages 9-12 813-11 1:00 - 3:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Thu Aug 16 Edina Community Center Room 332 4 Sessions $119

Learn to Draw Anyone can learn to be a confident artist in Abrakadoodle’s innovative drawing program where, using a step-by-step method, students learn how to draw animals, people, and landscapes using easily recognizable shapes. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Ages 5-10 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

813-8 Aug 13 & Aug 15 Room 216 $74

Let’s Fly Chinese Summer Camp

eXtreme Mobile electroniX Students will build 20-30 electronics projects and use those projects to explore basic aspects of electricity, including measuring ohms, amps, voltage, open and closed circuits and more. Safety is our first rule—we only use DC current (batteries). Details at www.youthenrichmentleague.com. Grades 1-5 813-11 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Room 311 5 Sessions $146

Red Cross Babysitter Training: Express See class description on page 43. Ages 10-15 813-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon - Wed Aug 13 - 15 Edina Community Center Room 351 3 Sessions $69

Basics to Building & Engineering See class description on page 44. Ages 3 1/2 - 6 WHEELS 1:00 - 3:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

See class description on page 32. Grades 1-6 813-15 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Thu Aug 16 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $189

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813-6 Aug 15 & Aug 16 Room 209 $59

Marvelously Messy Art Camp Do you love all things messy? Then this is the art camp for you! We’ll use clay, paper maché, paint and more simply sloppy supplies to make projects your mom would never let you do at home. Bring a nut-free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Staff Ages 4-9 813-14 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Thu Aug 16 Edina Community Center Room 216 4 Sessions $139

‘Glee in Concert’ Musical Theater Camp Are you ready to take your talent to the big stage? We will use our favorite songs from Glee and create our own show! Bring your enthusiasm and get ready to shine! All levels are welcome. Everyone will receive solo speaking lines. Wear lightweight tennis shoes, ballet, or jazz shoes. Bring a nut free snack and beverage daily. Instructor: Mayer Arts Staff Ages 7-13 813-4 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Auditorium 5 Sessions $119 .

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Week 10: August 13-17 Fencing Camp With MN Sword Play! See class description on page 33. MUSKETEERS LEVEL Ages 6-9 813--23 1:00 - 2:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Small Gym 5 Sessions $69 KIDS LEVEL Ages 9-12 813-32 1:00 - 2:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Fri Aug 17 Edina Community Center Small Gym 5 Sessions $79

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Video Game Design Students working in pairs will design, create, and edit their own 2 dimensional arcade-style video game. Students work through increasingly challenging tutorials and class led projects leading them to finally take what they have learned to create their own games in the last session. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades 4-8 813-10 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 13 - Thu Aug 16 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Biking Adventures We’ll leave each day from the Edina Community Center and travel to fun destinations like area bike trails and the lakes while practicing bike safety. Bikers must know directions and be confident in their ability. Please make sure your child has a bicycle that is in good working condition and is the correct size. Bikes with gears are highly recommended. Helmets are required. We bike an average of 10-15 miles per day. Meet at Door 3. Taught by Kay Zuccaro.

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Sail Calhoun Start Sailing for Child/Adult See class description on page 20. Ages 4+ 814-1 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tue/Thu, Aug 14 - Aug 23 Lake Calhoun Pavilion Sailing Dock 4 Sessions $140

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Week 11: August 20-24 Princess, Fairies and Pixie Dust Art Camp

Towering Gumball Machine

Calling all fairies and princesses! Celebrate all things magical as we make tiaras, create sparkly wands, collage fairies and sprinkle them with pixie dust, sculpt our very own kissable frog out of clay, and more! Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Costumes welcome! Instructor: www.abrakadoodle.com

Learn basic carpentry skills as you use measuring tools, saws, jigs and hammers to build a two-foot tall gumball machine. Design a mechanism to release one gumball at a time. Engineer gates, drops and shoots down a twisting, turning track to deliver a gumball to the candy tray, ready to chew. Instructor: MN Science Museum

Ages 3-6 820-22 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu Aug 20 - 23 Edina Community Center Room 165 4 Sessions $144

Ages 6-8 820-9 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu Aug 20 - 23 Edina Community Center Room 311 4 Sessions $184

Mannerly Manners® Club

Flight Academy

Strengthen the social skills training you have already begun! The Mannerly Manners® Club is a program designed specifically for your active, early learner. We support family values and help kids navigate life by teaching the basics of everyday manners. More information at: www.mannerlymanners.com

As a flight cadet in training, you will discover how airplanes fly. Test your airplane’s performance in a wind tunnel. Build your own model rocket. Ride the air on a Hovercraft and test your flight skills as you pilot a remote control blimp. Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Ages 3-7 820-11 10:00 - 11:30 AM Mon Aug 20 - Fri Aug 24 Edina Community Center Room 215 5 Sessions $139

Robo-Quest Create with special Robotic LEGO elements including gears, levers, a motor, tilt sensor, detect sensor, and LEGO hub. Designed by MIT experts, this unique system teaches students about simple machines, engineering, programming and more. Working in pairs, student will use the LEGO Education WeDo Robotics System and software to engage in activities that will inspire critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff Grades K-4 820-5 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Thu Aug 20 - 23 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Ages 6-12 820-4 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon Aug 20 - Fri Aug 24 Edina Community Center Room 304 5 Sessions $134

The Rec Center for Grades 6-9 Field Trip: Wave Pool – August 20 Ride the waves at the Wave Pool in Anoka. Tube rentals are available. Enjoy a sand volleyball game, hula-hoop contest, relax under the shade of an umbrella, or visit the snack bar. Bring swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bag lunch, money to rent a tube and water bottle. Field Trip: Valley Fair – August 21 There is no better way to end the summer than with a trip to Valley Fair! Youth will be in groups of four or more. Staff will be stationed in two designated locations within the park to assist groups if needed and to handle mandatory check-in times for each group.

Lake Harriet Sailing Camp See class description on page 16. Ages 7-17 820-3 1:30 - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 20 - Thu Aug 23 Lake Harriet Pavilion Bandshell 4 Sessions $89

Knitter Critters!

Grades 1-3 At Cornelia, Concord, Countryside at Highlands, Creek Valley, and Normandale

One day camp

Learn to knit in 3 hours! See class description on page 35. Grades 3-7 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Edina Community Center 1 Session

820-12 Monday, Aug 20 Room 348A $32

Red Cross Babysitter Training: Express See class description on page 42. Ages 10-15 820-1 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mon-Wed Aug 20 - 22 Edina Community Center Room 351 3 Sessions $69

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Grades 4-5 At Edina Community Center Kids Club and WiseGuys are fun, actionpacked summer programs for grades 1-5, open 6:45 am - 6:00 pm. Come for one day or all 47! Choose activities according to personal interests and energy levels including enrichment activities and supervised free play. Daily fee at time of initial registration is $39, daily fee after initial registration is $42. Questions? Call 952 848-3947. Register online at edinacommunityed.org/kidsclub.

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X There will be No regular ‘Lunch Bunch’ offered this week. It is only available by request. Please notify us one week in advance.

Archery Camp Three Rivers Park District Carver Park Designed for both beginning and intermediate archers. Participants will use compound bows and practice from ground level and elevated platforms, then put their new skills to the test on a walk through course. Campers will also learn how to throw spears and study other ancient hunting skills. Program time is about 4 hours per day and the rest of the time is free play, enjoying park facilities and lunch. Campers are bused to Carver Park Reserve Archery Range in Maple Grove. Bus leaves promptly at 9:00 am and returns by 3:30. Meet outside door 3 at the Edina Community Center no later than 8:55 am! Please bring a lunch and beverage every day. Taught by Three Rivers Park Staff. Supervised by Summer Shades staff. Grades 4-9 820-2 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mon Aug 20 - Thu Aug 23 Carver Park Reserve Archery Range 4 Sessions $199

Sparkles and Bling Art Camp Have a blast in this fun art camp full of sequins, glitter and gems. Sculpt sparkly tea light candle holders, make a glitter covered picture frame, create gem filled hair pins and design a blinged out jewelry box and more. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and your favorite CD. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Ages 4-9 1:00 - 3:30 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

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820-8 Aug 20 & Aug 22 Room 165 $74

‘I Love Duct Tape’ Art Camp

Hogwarts Film School

Make awesome accessories including wallets, bracelets, flowers, bags, cell phone cases. We’ll show you how using the coolest duct tape you’ve ever seen from camouflage to neon, zebra, leopard print and everything in between! All materials supplied. Bring a beverage, nut-free snack and recess attire. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff

In this exciting hands-on learning class, our instructors will take your student through the entire digital film making steps from start to finish using Frames Software. Student groups’ final projects will be available online for all to see, or students may bring a USB jump drive the last day to take home their films immediately. Student photography release must be signed for class. Instructor: Computer Explorers

Ages 5-10 1:00 - 4:00 PM Edina Community Center 2 Sessions

820-6 Aug 21 & Aug 23 Room 165 $89

Ages 8-13 820-10 1:00 - 4:00 PM Mon Aug 20 - Thu Aug 23 Edina Community Center Room 329 4 Sessions $144

Edina Community Education Services We offer a vibrant and comprehensive menu of programs and services that enriches and extends the Edina Public Schools curriculum and meaningfully connects learners of all ages with the wider community. Edina Family Center—provides Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and preschool and childcare programs. Youth Programs—KIDS Club, WISE Guys and SURGE provide high quality, nationally-certified care before and after school, on release days and during the summer. Youth classes and camps offer personalized learning opportunities and enrichment year long. Adult Programs—engages adults of all ages with extensive lifelong learning and enrichment opportunities. Community Volunteer Program—volunteer with Edina Public Schools as academic classroom support, after school homework help, or as a resource speaker. Edina Resource Center—your connection to community information, resources and services. SHAPE—South Hennepin Adult Programs in Education—GED, ESL, and Diploma Programs for adults. www.shapeschool.info 952.681.6172 Learning Exchange (Adults with Disabilities) —customized classes for adults with developmental disabilities and inclusion services. www.shapeschool.info 952.681.6109 For more information contact us at www.edinacommunityed.org or 952.848.3952

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Driver Education Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel Ages 14-18 Flexible Scheduling— Morning, Afternoon & Evening

Classroom Instruction Classroom training is 30 hours and is followed by 6 hours of ‘Behind the Wheel’ training, offered at all times of the day. Morning classroom sessions are taught by Barry Becklin, Southview Middle School Teacher. Lessons are taught in order, Monday – Friday for two weeks and make-ups are subject to instructor approval. Make-ups for this choice must be scheduled during morning sessions only. Parent meetings are scheduled at 11:00 am the first Tuesday of each session. Afternoon and evening sessions are taught by Safeway Driving School instructors. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up in one of four afternoon and evening sessions this summer. Morning make-ups are not available with this choice. See lesson schedule below. Parent Orientation is available online at www.safewaydrivingschool.com.

Behind-the-Wheel Training Lessons consist of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. The complete schedule of Behind the Wheel Training dates is available at www.edinacommunityed.org. Driving lessons provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com (click on student login to view), 651.351.9150

Summer 2012 Ages 14-18 1:00 - 4:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

611-32 Mon-Fri, Jun 11 - Jun 22 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 1:00 - 4:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

723-6 Mon-Fri, Jul 23 - Aug 3 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 9:00 am - 12:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

618-6 Mon-Fri, Jun 18 - Jun 29 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 9:00 am - 12:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

86-5 Mon-Fri, Aug 6 - Aug 17 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 6:00 - 9:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

79-6 Mon-Thu, Jul 9 - Jul 24 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 9:00 am - 12:00 pm South View Middle School 10 Sessions

716-6 Mon-Fri, Jul 16 - Jul 27 Room 216 $389

Ages 14-18 86-6 6:00 - 9:00 pm Mon-Thu, Aug 6 - Aug 21 South View Middle School Room 216 $389 10 Sessions

Non profit U.S. Postage PAID Twin Cities MN Permit No. 91349 Independent School District #273 Edina Community Education Services 5701 Normandale Road Edina, MN 55424-1530 952.848.3952

Time Dated Material Please deliver by March 9

Braemar Golf Camps Lessons & Practice for the slightly experienced youth golfer. Camp is offered in partnership with Braemar Golf Course and the City of Edina. Golf Camps are scheduled the weeks of June 18, 25 and July 9.

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Edina Tennis Camps Beginner & Advanced Level Camps are offered most weeks this summer and taught by Edina Parks and Rec Tennis instructors.


Edina Summer Shades Catalog - 2012