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Camp Deer Creek Camp Deer Creek is a family owned and operated traditional summer day camp for boys and girls ages 4 - 15. Our 18 acre layout allows plenty of room for our activities that include swimming in our heated pool, horseback riding, nature, archery, crafts, music, drama and field games. We also provide transportation from many areas and lunch.

Carnegie Science Center Design a video game. Create a musical instrument. Discover distant galaxies and beyond! Carnegie Science Center has your summer covered with awe-inspiring camps that will keep inquisitive kids ages 4-14 entertained. Filled with action-packed

programs, camps offer hundreds of handson exhibits, an Omnimax film, Highmark SportsWorksÂŽ, and a cool T-shirt.

Carnegie Museums Museum summer camps deliver the world! The entire museum campus is a field for discovery and creativity, where kids investigate Earth, art, dance, science and more through behind-the-scenes experiences, handson encounters and exciting activities. Weeklong half-day and full-day camps accommodate children from Pre-K through high school. 412.622.3288 or www. artandnaturalhistory.org/camps.

Chatham Music and Arts The Chatham Music and Arts Day Camp

THERAPEUTIC SUMMER PROGRAM for kids ages 7 to 18!

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From Quest Therapeutic Camps & Squirrel Hill Psychological Services

is located on Chatham University’s Shadyside Campus. The camp offers programs in visual arts, music, drama, dance, nature exploration and sports. Six, three, and one week sessions are available for campers entering kindergarten through ninth grade. Visit www.chatham.edu/daycamp for more information.

CLO Academy CLO Academy's summer performance camps are designed to give kids the opportunity to experience preparing for and performing on the stage. Working with a Director, Music Director and Choreographer, students will create their own exciting musical theater experience! All camps culminate with a life performance at the CLO Academy.

CMU Pre-College Summer Programs Is your child going to be a junior or senior in high school? If so, consider spending six-weeks in one of our distinct PreCollege programs. They can either explore Architecture, Art & Design, Drama, Music, the Ntl. High School Game Academy or Advanced Placement Early Admission to prepare them for study at the college level. For more information visit: www.cmu.edu/ enrollment/pre-college

Gemini Children's Theater Creative Fun! Our 5-day camps provide hands-on experience in a real theater. Under the guidance of theater professionals, each group creates, writes,

TEEN BOOT CAMP JULY 14 - 18, 2014

Innovative treatment for children with social and emotional challenges, through a unique combination of recreational activities, behavioral therapy and group psychotherapy. FOR MORE INFORMATION: contact April Artz, Quest Camp Director, at 412877-7528 or aartz@squirrelhillpsych.org or visit www.questcamps.com p

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Jumpstart your FUTURE Carnegie Mellon University Summer Pre-College Programs June 28 – August 9, 2014 Advanced Placement Early Admission Fine Arts: Architecture / Art & Design / Drama / Music National High School Game Academy www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college OfďŹ ce of Admission Pre-College Programs

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Pittsburgh’s Oldest & “Funnest� Family Owned & Operated Children’s Day Camp

June 16-August 8 • Ages 4-15 • Transportation provided in many Pittsburgh areas 412-767-5351 • www.campdeercreekonline.com

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Summer Schedule 2014 For more information, please visit:

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412-624-6557 Mt. Lebanon School District Campus (M-W) 9am–Noon (Grades 4-8) June 16-26 (Thursdays) 9am–3pm (Grades 4-8) June 19-26 (if snow days used) (M-Th) 9am-3pm

Pine-Richland, Eden Hall Elementary (M-W) 9am–Noon (Grades 4-8)

July 7-17 (Thursdays) 9am–3pm (Grades 4-8) Franklin Regional School District Campus July 7-18 (M-F) 9am–Noon (Grades 4-8) University of Pittsburgh, Cathedral of Learning (M-F) 9am–Noon (Grades 4-8) July 14-25 (M-F) 10am–1pm (Grades 9-12)

SUMMER CAMPS GRADES 1 - 3

GRADES 4 - 9

June 16 - 27 or Aug 4 - 15

Gr. 4 - 6: July 21 - Aug 8 Gr. 7 - 9: June 30 - July 18

This summer become a TV producer! PCTV’s TV Production Summer Camp

Aug. 4th-8th and Aug. 11th-15th 9am-Noon • Ages 13-17 Pittsburgh Community Television 412-322-7570 • www.pctv21.org

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join the circus, take trips. Programs include traditional day camps and performing arts and specialty camps at our 100-acre Family Park in Monroeville and in Squirrel Hill and the South Hills.

produces, and performs their show on the last day of camp. Camp sessions available in split groups ages 4 - 17. www.geminitheater.org

Grier Summer Grier Summer is an overnight camp, founded in 1975, located in Central PA, operated on the grounds of the historic Grier School. We offer girls their choice

of one or three week programs in English/Western horseback riding, musical theater, art, or dance. All skill levels welcome.

JCC Day Camps Every child is unique. The JCC has a camp for that! Campers ages 2 to 16 get active at JCC Camps: swim, climb, shoot hoops, explore nature and science, stage musical,

La Escuelita Arcoiris One-week Spanish Language and Culture camps for children ages 6-10 run from June 16 - July 25. Students engage in outdoor games, arts & crafts, and cultural immersion activities, all while learning Spanish! Our bilingual instructors have many years of teaching experience. Located in Squirrel Hill. 412-421-4787 or www.spanishleap.com.

Mattress Factory Community Art Lab + Factory 14s at the Mattress Factory. Dive in to awesome

Best Day Camps in the ‘Burgh

JUN 9–AUG 22, 2014

GRADES 2 - 12

June 9 - 13 or July 21 - 25

Gr. 4 - 6: June 30 - July 18 Gr. 7 - 9: July 21 - Aug 8

AGES 3-5 Pre-School Camp: June 2 - 6 or July 28 - Aug 1

Original art and architecture, dinosaurs, ecology, biodiversity, ancient civilizations, and scientific mysteries inspire fun-filled and creative self-expression and learning.

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June 16 - 29

Private Voice & Piano

Squirrel Hill 412-521-8010 South Hills 412-278-1975

Ages 12 - 18: June 16 - August 8 ½ Hour and Full Hour spaces available

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GGEMINI CHILDRE installations with world-class artists to have a one-of-a-kind art experience at the Mattress Factory Art Museum this summer. Classes are available for students 7-18 and workshops include: Fort-Building Extravaganza, ScreenPrinting and Circus + Activism! Contact 412-231-3169 or felice@mattress.org for more information or to reserve your space!

Point Park University The Performing Arts Community Classes at Point Park University offers a variety of NON-CREDIT Summer camps for High School students. This year camps include Screenwriting, Animation, Filmmaking, Sound Camp, a Movement Intensive and a Dance Workshop (Ages 10+). Adult and youth classes also available throughout

the year. Call 412-392-3456 or visit www.pointpark.edu/community

PCTV-21 Production Camp

for high school students taught in one of the top glass studios in the U.S. Learn the science and art of glass including glassblowing, flameworking, kilnforming, and coldworking.

Ever wonder what goes into the making of a television program? Here’s your chance to find out. Learn all aspects of TV production and produce your own show for air on PCTV 21. August 4th thru 8th and August 11th thru 15th. Youth age 13-17. Call 412-322-7570 or visit www.pctv21.org.

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CHATHAM UNIVERSITY

Music & Arts Day Camp* June 16-July 25 *Pre-K Half day option available

Kiddie Cougar Camp Cougar Soccer Camp July 28-August 1

Pittsburgh Glass Center

Cougar Basketball Camp August 4-8

SiO2 Teen Boot Camp at Pittsburgh Glass Center. A formula shattering the notion of glass, SiO2 Boot Camp is a one-week hands-on glass program

Alicia Danenberg, director: 412-365-1174

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Pittsburgh Zoo Camp Spend a week exploring the most amazing creatures on the planet through fun-filled, educational Zoo Camp programs. Campers will be introduced to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium's most fascinating residents through animal encounters, behind-the-scenes tours, and exciting classroom lessons and activities. Program themes are fun and engaging for each age group.

Quest Summer Camp From Squirrel Hill Psychological Services and Quest Therapeutic Camps, the Quest Summer Camp program provides

innovative treatment programs for children with mild to moderate social and emotional challenges through a unique combination of recreational activities, behavioral therapy and group psychotherapy. For more information, contact 412-877-7528 or visit www.questcamps.com

Discover the binary brilliance of robots, explore the science of video o games, and crack secret cases! Visit CarnegieScienceCenter.org or call 412.237.1637 for more details.

The Young Writers Institute

For kids ages 4–14.

The Young Writers Institute is for young people who like to write, and who want to develop their craft in a community of writers. Program highlights include visiting writers, field trips, readings of student writing and publication in electronic anthologies. Visit www.wpwp.pitt.edu/youth/ywi

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Non-credit - Performing Arts Community Classes

. . . on the campus of the Grier School, an historic girls boarding school in the Allegheny Mountains of Central Pennsylvania.

Summer High School Workshops Students Entering Grades 9 through 12

Summer Film, Animation & Sound

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