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NOW RECRUITING: NINJAS BALLERINAS ARTISTS + ADVENTURERS MISSION: SUMMER FUN!

Registration opens February 15 at 10 a.m.


2018

Lakewood.org/Camps

ARTS & HISTORY C AMPS................................. 3 Enjoy some variety!

EXPLORE & BUILD C AMPS............................. 13

These camps offer two different activities in one great camp!

FAMILY SERVICES DAY C AMPS...................... 17 R.I.S.E. DAY PROGR AMS................................ 18 SPOR TS & RECREATION C AMPS.................... 19

Play for longer!

TEEN PROGR AMS.. ......................................... 21

These camps are for six hours or longer.

C AMPS AT A GLANCE.................................... 23

Registration opens February 15 at 10 a.m.

ONLINE:

Use the activity number to search for a camp through Lakewood.org/ Register, or give the number to front desk staff when you register.

Lakewood.org/Camps

H A R DY H O M E S T E A D E R S Experience school and home life like you lived in the 1920s. Make butter in the farmyard, ride in a hay wagon and play games at your very own historic desk in the 1920s schoolhouse. Ages: 6-10 $90 Resident, $95 Nonresident #274744-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LHC

THINGS TO KNOW

PHONE-IN: 303.987.4800 (by credit card only)

• Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

IN PERSON: At most arts, recreation and community centers:

• If camp does not meet minimum registrations, coordinator will cancel before the camp meets.

CARMODY RECREATION CENTER 2200 S. Kipling St.

CHARLES WHITLOCK RECREATION CENTER 1555 Dover St.

GREEN MOUNTAIN RECREATION CENTER 13198 W. Green Mountain Drive

LAKEWOOD CULTURAL CENTER 470 S. Allison Parkway

LAKEWOOD HERITAGE CENTER 801 S. Yarrow St.

LAKEWOOD LINK RECREATION CENTER 1295 S. Reed St.

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS ARTS CENTER 6375 W. First Ave.

WILBUR ROGERS CENTER 12100 W. Alameda Parkway

• If a camp is full, it may be possible to be added to a waiting list. You will be contacted only if a space becomes available. Please note that not all camps accept waiting lists. • Credit/refund requests must be made at least three days prior to the start of a camp. Refund requests will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and may be subject to a $20 processing fee. Refunds can be added to your household account or issued via check or credit card; there are no cash refunds. Please allow three weeks to receive a refund. • We reserve the right to cancel or combine camps. A full refund will be issued if we cancel. Payment will be credited to your household account, and you will be notified to discuss options. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE • All residents should have access to the City of Lakewood’s programs and facilities, regardless of income. For information on financial assistance opportunities, visit Lakewood.org/ PossibilitiesFund.

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ARTS & HISTORY

ADVENTURES IN HISTORY

P O K E M O N I N YO U R B AC K YA R D

Information: 303.987.7879 | Lakewood.org/Camps LHC: Lakewood Heritage Center, 801 S. Yarrow St. Early registration begins February 15 to seven days prior to the first day of camp. Regular registration begins seven days prior to first day of camp. Extended supervision is available with these camps. Please see page 10 for details.

FA R M TO TA B L E C A N N I N G & P I C K L I N G

On the farm, when the crops came in, people had to figure out how to store food so it would last longer. Explore some of the skills your great-grandparents utilized before the invention of refrigerators and freezers. Canning jelly and pickles, dehydrating food and making butter are just a few of the projects in store for this camp! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration #274751-01 #274751-02

Jun 4-8 Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LHC LHC

G A R D E N I N G O N T H E FA R M

Beginner gardeners, this is for you! Learn about plants used for farming, and plant a small garden onsite and a container garden to take home at the end of the week. Each day will include a story time and a snack made of fresh Colorado produce. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration #274749-01 #274749-02

Jun 4-8 Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm

LHC LHC

Discover the history, science and art behind the Pokémon craze! Learn about the history of technology while trying your hand at some anime-style drawing. Experience hands-on walking tours of Belmar Park to uncover digital Pokémon and their real-life animal and plant equivalents. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Pam Wimberly, Slawa Radziszewska, Bear Creek Lake Park $190 Early registration, $200 Regular registration #274748-01 #274748-02

Jun 4-8 Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm

LHC LHC

FIBER ARTS FOR KIDS

Spend your afternoon creating and learning a new skill. Try your hands at spinning, learn to finger knit and make a small weaving! Explore different techniques for knotting, macrame and survival bracelets. For the final project, “paint” a landscape picture with felting wool, beads and buttons! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration #274753-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LHC

HAND EMBROIDERY FOR KIDS

Each camper will start by practicing a variety of stitches on a sampler. Then, design and embroider your own custom pillowcase. Fabric and embroider floss will be provided, just bring your creativity! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration #274752-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LHC

PA G E 3


H O M E B O U N D H AY R I D E S

Experience school and home life like you lived in the 1920s. Make butter in the farmyard, ride in a hay wagon and play games at your very own historic desk in the 1920s schoolhouse. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Pam Wimberly $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration # 274745-01 #274745-02 #274745-03

Jun 11-15 Jul 16-20 Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LHC LHC LHC

EMBROIDERY SAMPLER

If you have never embroidered before, this is a great place to start, just bring your creativity! Each camper will start by practicing a variety of embroidery stitches. Using the alphabet and numbers, design and embroider your own traditional wall hanging sampler on gingham. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 early registration, $100 regular registration #274771-01

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LHC

Q U I LT I N G S A M P L E R

H A R DY H O M E S T E A D E R S

Use the museum gardens and 1930s kitchen to try out planting, canning and creating your own toys as if you lived during the Great Depression. Weave and sew your way to sustainable living while trying out simple woodworking. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Pam Wimberly, Chandler Williamson $90 early registration, $100 regular registration # 274744-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LHC

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Jul 16-20 Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm

LHC LHC

P O P C U LT U R E D E T E C T I V E S

Discover how 1960s-1990s pop culture influenced clothing, music and science. Experiment with contemporary art inspired by nature walks in Belmar Park, then revisit the 1st U.S. Earth Day and birth of video games while making tie-dye! Ages: 6-10 Instructors: Pam Wimberly, Kristee Graham $190 Early registration, $200 Regular registration # 274746-01

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

LHC

Q U I LT I N G C A M P

What is better than a cozy lap blanket that you made yourself? Kids will have the opportunity to design and make their own 9-patch quilt in this class. This class will teach kids to be comfortable using the sewing machine as they sew something beautiful with their own two hands. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $190 early registration, $200 regular registration # 274769-01

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

If you have never quilted before, this will be a great introduction. Kids will have the opportunity to design and make their own small sample quilt in this class. Campers will also learn to use a sewing machine as they create something beautiful. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey #274772-01

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND A long time ago in OUR galaxy...Check out the inventions people created in the early 1900s and try a few of your own. Create your own inventive art and projects as you follow the history of flight and space travel from the Wright Brothers to the Hubble Telescope to Star Wars! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Pam Wimberly, Kristee Graham $190 Early registration, $200 Regular registration # 274747-01

Jul 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

ROCKS ROCK

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Jul 30-Aug 3

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

K I TC H E N ACC E S S O R Y C R A F T S

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PA G E 4

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LHC

LHC

Whether you love rock & roll music or dinosaurs, this is the camp for you! We will learn all of the different ways to interact with rocks this week. Mine for gold in our sluicebox, explore Colorado archaeology and take a field trip to Dinosaur Ridge. At the end of the week, make your own musical instrument & perform on-stage! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Pam Wimberly $190 early registration, $200 regular registration

LHC

Design and make accessories that will be useful while cooking and enjoying a meal. Learn sewing basics while designing and creating items such as aprons, hot pads, placemats and more! Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 Early registration, $100 Regular registration

LHC

Planning to play all day? Be sure to bring

• water • snacks/lunch • sunblock

LHC


PERFORMING ARTS

M AG I C

Enjoy a Friday performance of mastered skills!

Information: 303.987.7845 | Lakewood.org/Camps LCC: Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway

I N T R O TO M AG I C F O R 7 - 9 YEAR OLDS

Extended supervision is available with these camps. Please see page 10 for details.

D A N C E C A M P S ( AG E S 4 - 7 )

These fun filled sessions will consist of a theme-related story, dance, craft time and outside break (weather permitting). Please bring a healthy snack and bottled water. A short performance will be presented on the last day. Lessons never repeat.

B A L L E R I N A & C AVA L I E R S D A N C E C A M P

Explore the enchanting and en riching world of ballet. Emphasis will be on movement and shapes that will teach dancers the love of dance and performing arts through creative play and dress-up. Ages: 4-7 Instructor: Maria Olano $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price *$89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) #274802-01 #274802-02 #274802-03

May 29-Jun 1 Jun 4-8 Jun 18-22

Tue-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LCC LCC LCC

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

M O R E M AG I C F O R 7 - 9 Y E A R O L D S

Explore new magic ideas and more new tricks. Learn how to put spikes through a coin, simple rope magic and other classics of magic. Materials fee included. Keep all the magical supplies provided to amaze your family and friends at home! Ages: 7-9 Instructor: Richard Nakata $140 Early registration price, $145 Regular price #274053-01

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

Would you like to fool your family and friends with simple magic tricks? Learn the classic sponge ball trick, find a card in a mixed deck of cards, try magic with everyday objects and more. Materials fee included. Keep all the magical supplies provided to amaze your family and friends at home! Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Richard Nakata $140 Early registration price, $145 Regular price

If your superhero enjoys jumping, rolling, kicking and tumbling, then this is the camp for them! Our superheroes-in-training will learn rhythm, while adding fun dance games and movement sequences to superhero theme songs. Ages: 4-7 Instructor: Maria Olano $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jun 11-15 Jun 25-30

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I N T R O TO M AG I C F O R 1 0 - 15 Y E A R O L D S

SUPERHERO DANCE CAMP

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Did you always dream of being a magician? Learn how to make a coin vanish, simple self-working card tricks, the cups and balls and other feats of magic. Materials fee included. Keep all the magical supplies provided to amaze your family and friends at home! Ages: 7-9 Instructor: Richard Nakata $140 Early registration price, $145 Regular price

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

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D A N C E W O R K S H O P S ( AG E S 7 - 15 )

These energy filled one-week workshops are perfect for any level of dancer who wants to learn or continue learning different dance styles. Please bring a healthy snack and bottled water for break time. A short performance will be presented on the last day. Lessons never repeat.

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

M O R E M AG I C F O R 10 - 15 Y E A R O L D S

Explore new magic ideas and more new tricks. Learn the equal and unequal rope trick, new ideas for the classic ball and vase trick, more about the sponge balls and other classics of magic. Materials fee included. Keep all the magical supplies provided to amaze your family and friends at home! Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Richard Nakata $140 Early registration price, $145 Regular price #274054-01

HIP HOP & URBAN DANCE

Jun 25-29

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

Hip hop is a wonderful style for developing a dancer’s confidence and sense of individual style. This class is upbeat and loaded with fresh moves that dancers will enjoy alongside energetic music. Ages: 7-15 Instructor: Cali Nass, Kid Cruz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274813-01 #274813-02 #274813-03 #274813-04

Jun 4-8 Jun 11-15 Jun 18-22 Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm 1-4 pm 1-4 pm

LCC LCC LCC LCC

PA G E 5


MUSIC

The Friday performance will be showcased in the LCC lobby.

SING IT!

Grow your talent and have some fun! Learn proper vocal technique, stage performance skills and basic choreography, while singing fun songs from some of your favorite artists like Taylor Swift and Jessie J. No matter your experience level, we invite you to join the fun! Ages: 11-16 Instructor: Miss Emily *$89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) #274103-01

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

N E W ! ZO M B I E A P O C A LY P S E E S C A P E

This camp is for the cosplayer in all of us. Campers will create an “escape game” (script writing) that includes designing and fabricating clues, riddles, puzzles, and challenges. Learn characterization through personalizing and creating their own “zombie” characters to include make-up and costuming. And on show day, friends and family will get to participate by either escaping or becoming zombies themselves! Ages: 9-12 Instructor: Barry Brown $185 Early registration price, $190 Regular price (4 day camp) No class Jul 4 #274004-01

B R O A D WAY M U S I C R E V I E W

This camp is for anyone who loves to showcase their talent. Students create their own musical theatre revue for a performance the last day of class. This week long camp involves solo and ensemble work in singing, acting and dancing. Vocal and performance skills are taught to give students a confident and polished performance. Ages: 8-13 Instructor: Patrice LeBlanc $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274106-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC-CR

S U M M E R S I N G I N G S E N S AT I O N

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

9am-noon

LCC

Come experience the world of acting on the big, medium and small stages. This summer we will have classes in three locations. Our beautiful, 320-seat theater (LCC) provides students the experience of stage performance, the Community Room (LCC-CR) gives a comfortable and relaxing setting for the performer and our Country Schoolhouse (LHC) provides an intimate environment.

D R A M AT I C E X P R E S S I O N S

Develop your dramatic voice and body language by participating in a fun-filled theater presentation. Training and rehearsals will culminate with a performance for family and friends. Performers must be available the entire week. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Julia Wirth $225 Early registration price, $230 Regular price

PA G E 6

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

9 am-4 pm

LHC

This two-week camp will engage our young thespians in the art of stage performance and learning how a theater production is done by actively putting one together! Topics will include staging, costuming, and creative script re-writing and acting techniques. Training and rehearsals will be oriented towards a final stage performance. A popular play will be selected by camp start and auditions will be conducted on the first day of camp. Performers must be available the entire week. 2 weeks Ages: 9-15 Instructor: Tara Wolfe $395 Early Registration price, $400 Regular price (No class on Jul 4) #274002-01

LHC

Jul 2-13

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

LCC

S TO R Y B O O K D R A M A

Young actors will learn how to take a classic story such as “The Snowy Day”, “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!” and work together to act it out without the use of a script. A new story is explored each day with an emphasis on the use of the whole body in creative expression and teamwork. Audiences are invited to watch a demonstration with minimal costumes and props each day at 11:30 a.m. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Julia Wirth (01), Michelle Wolfe Paul (02) $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274013-01 #274013 -02

T H E AT E R

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Mon-Fri

S TAG E P E R F O R M A N C E / T H E AT E R PRODUCTION

Join us for an exciting musical experience! Students will learn techniques designed to bring out their best singing voice! The group will learn a variety of fun two- and three-part choral music during the week. Participation in a variety of music activities will enable students to improve their vocal technique, sight-reading and general musicianship. All levels of singers are welcome! Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Carol Smith $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274101-01

Jul 2-6

Jul 9-13 Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LHC LCC-CR

B R O A D WAY B O U N D F O R YO U T H

This one-week workshop has you acting, singing and dancing as we create a stage revue in our theater. We’ll explore improvisation, monologues, scenes, songs and dance. Friday afternoon is SHOWTIME! Performers must be available the entire week. All levels welcome. Ages: 9-12 Instructor: Barry Brown $225 Early registration price, $230 Regular price #274007-01

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

LCC


V I S U A L A R T S AT L A K E W O O D C U LT U R A L C E N T E R

Planning to play all day? Be sure to bring

Information: 303.987.7845 | Lakewood.org/Camps LCC: Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway

• water • snacks/lunch • sunblock

Come and enjoy our art classes, where campers are encouraged to experiment and develop their own ideas. Mediums explored with in each camp could be one or more of the following: drawing, painting, watercolor, pastel, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, metalsmithing, weaving, fibers, printmaking and mixed media.

M U S I C A L T H E AT E R F O R T E E N S

Learn to do it all. This camp will explore musical theatre scenes involving acting, singing and dancing. Students will learn acting techniques as they work with dialogue in a scene, vocal technique through their song study, and choreography to produce a finished performance on the last day. Students will have an opportunity to progress in performance based skills along with tutorials in industry standards. Performers must be available the entire week. All levels welcome. Ages: 13-17 Instructor: Patrice Le Blanc $225 Early registration price, $230 Regular price #274006-01

Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

LCC

AC T I N G B A S I C S

Jul 30-Aug 3

F O R AG E S 5 - 7 I heART CAMPING

For all of us who have a big heART for the outdoors. Do a little camp-dreaming by having outside art adventures, designing tents, creating bug jars and making hanging lanterns. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Heather Gritz $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) #274314-01

We will work on basic acting and scene techniques. Using improvisation, theater games, warm ups and script work, we’ll get you on your way to building those skills, and having fun in the process. Ages: 8-12 Instructor: Julia Wirth $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274034-01

Extended supervision is available with these camps. Please see page 10 for details.

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC-CR

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

OUTSIDE THE LINES

Wacky, wet and wild! Let’s explore splatter painting, marbling with shaving cream, printmaking with foam along with other nontypical art techniques and materials. Clothes to get messy in, a must! Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Kristee Graham $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) #274316-01

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

This is the camp where can you create your very own creature! From dragons to unicorns to fairies and even hybrids, use various materials and paint to explore and create a world of wild things. Ages: 5-7 $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Instructor: Kristee Graham #274318-01

This experience will provide the opportunity for young actors to practice and improve their skills. Topics will include more advanced performance skills, reviewing the basics, improvisation techniques and scene work. A performance on Friday will provide an opportunity for family and friends to enjoy your new skills and a group performance. Ages: 13-17 Instructor: Michelle Wolfe Paul $225 Early registration price, $230 Regular price Jul 30-Aug 3

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

LIT TLE MASTERS

T H E AT E R F O R T E E N S

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Jun 11-15

9 am-4 pm

Come and explore the works of several famous artists and create projects based on their artistic styles. Who knows? Maybe you’ll be the next great master! Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Cathy Moore $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274309-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

LCC

PA G E 7


S H I P S A H OY

Arrrg, Matey! Step aboard and become explorers and pirates on the high sea. Illustrate maps to hidden treasure, design your ship and create your own parrot side-kick. Come join us or walk the plank! Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Heather Gritz $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) No class Jul 4 #274313-01

Jul 2-6

Mon-Fri

9am-noon

LCC

CO LO R M E H A P P Y !

Enjoy using splashes of color to create fabulous paintings, sculptures and collages. Learn about the color wheel through mixing & tinting and explore how colors influence our mood and environment. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Kristee Graham $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) No class Jul 4 #274317-01

Jul 2-6

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

A R T - O - S AU R O U S

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

Mon-Fri

LCC

K . I . D. C R I B S

Kid Interior Designers. Transform a blank cardboard house into a dwelling, castle or bat cave! Create all its furniture, wall designs, characters, pets, food and more. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

1-4 pm

9 am-noon

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

S TA R WA R S

LCC

Truly wonderful, the mind of a child is...let’s explore different mediums to create Star Wars inspired art. Screen print your favorite character, sew a plushie of your favorite sidekick, develop your own Jedi or Sith identity and make your own lightsaber. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274330-01

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

MAD SCIENTISTS

A N I M A L S A FA R I

Jul 23-27

1-4 pm

F O R AG E S 7 - 1 0

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Lions, tigers and hippos! Oh, my! Through collage, printmaking, drawing and painting, discover how shapes and lines combine to depict animals great and small! Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274308-01

Mon-Fri

N AT U R E + A R T =

R O LY P O LY F U N

Jul 9-13

Jul 23-27

EARTH without ART is just “EH.” Come be inspired by and incorporate items from nature into your art! From sun prints to sculpture to a nature installation, we’ll explore what can be used when we find it outside. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp)

Explore the magic and mystery of insects like butterflies, grasshoppers and beetles. Make insects large and small; create colorful collages and handmade insect treasures. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274305-01

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Who said dinosaurs are extinct? Let’s make these prehistoric creatures come back to life with art by having fun learning how to draw, sculpt and paint a variety of dinosaurs. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274303-01

R O A DT R I P U. S . A .

From sea to shining sea, let’s explore and create art inspired from different areas around our wonderful country. So grab your road map as we paint, build sculptures, make collages and use lots of color. Ages: 5-7 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

LCC

Enter the mad lab if you dare! Grow your own crystals, experiment with stretchy slime and create paint for paintings. Let’s make things fizz, bubble and make some totally cool art. The studio becomes a science art lab for the week. Mwahahaha... Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274354-01

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

1-4pm

LCC

G O O D E N O U G H TO E AT

Calling all foodies! Let’s explore art that’s good enough to eat while looking at the work of artists such as Claes Oldenburg, Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol. We will paint, collage and sculpt to create big and small yummy treats. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Cathy Moore $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274335-01 PA G E 8

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC


U N D E R WAT E R A D V E N T U R E

Create your very own underwater habitat with various sea creatures. Jellyfish, seahorses, sharks, dolphins and colorful tropical fish are just some of the creatures that we will draw, collage and sculpt. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274320-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

Explore various two-dimensional art making techniques that many people have never heard of. Come and see the surprises we end up when we undertake these methods. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Cathy Moore $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jun 18-22

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Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

C A R D B O A R D D E S T R U C TO

L E T ’S E X P E R I M E N T

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P LU S H I E S

A tactile experience awaits you! Learn the basics of designing and sewing to create your very own stuffed animals and creatures. Monsters or monster trucks, your imagination is your only limit. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Loretta Columbia $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

Design and create cardboard structures including tracks, bridges, tunnels, and mazes. Next, “destroy” them by driving remote control cars over, around, under, and into them. Then, build them up and knock them down again! On the final day, campers will demonstrate their design, building, and “destroying” skills. Remote cars supplied for class use. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Barry Brown $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274514-01

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

C A N VA S C R E AT I O N S

Learn to connect with images as you explore line, shape, form, gesture, shading and value when creating your own unique painting on canvas. Use beautiful landscapes, still life and selfportraits as the subject matter in this fun camp. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Michele Brower $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274201-01

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

D U C T TA P E !

Be the envy of all your friends when you learn how to use duct tape to construct items that are useful to masterpieces. Come and see what you can create with some great ideas and duct tape! Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) No class Jul 4 #274337-01

Jul 2-6

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

I N T H E A M A ZO N

Discover the rainforest and learn about all its animals and flora. From macaws to poison arrow frogs to Venus fly traps, let us see what we can create about this wonderful habitat. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $89 Early registration price, $94 Regular price (4 day camp) No class Jul 4 #274347-01

Jul 2-6

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

ART OF MINECRAFT

Grab your crafting table and get ready to create! Using Minecraft as our inspiration, we will explore and create various 2-D and 3-D art such as painting, sewing, sculpture and mixed media. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274357-01

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

PA G E 9


KAPOW! BOOM! CRASH!

Superheroes and heroines UNITE! Let’s suit up, gather your allies and save the world. Create, build and have fun making comic book art through drawing, painting, sculpture, fibers and mixed media. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274329-01

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

S E C R E T S O F CO M I C S TO R Y T E L L I N G

Unleash your inner storyteller through comics! Learn the process of cartoon character design, penciling and inking while you work on both individual and collaborative comic strips. Improve your cartoon illustration and storytelling skills, and finish the week with a mini comic book full of comic strips. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Ron Ruelle $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274221-01

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

Explore, create and build fanciful sculptures from a variety of different shaped wooden pieces. Your imagination is the key in this creative adventure in art! Wear clothes for painting and gluing. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

Fairies, unicorns, griffins, mermaids, Bigfoot! We will use many different mediums such as clay, paint, fabric and paper to bring our favorite characters to life. Who will you create? Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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Jul 30-Aug 3

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

M I X E D M E D I A M AY H E M

Mixed media is a great way to delve into an wide variety mediums and techniques such as painting, drawing, collage, found-object sculpture and assemblage. Using a variety of materials and techniques, students have fun creating wonderful works of art. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Arrilla Beatty $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

SCREENS & PRINTS

Participate in a printmaking extravaganza! Experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques including mono-printing, screen printing, stamp art and more. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

ART JOURNALING

Using stamping, collage, watercolors, acrylics and more, make your own journal and fill it with art, secret writings, pockets and storage compartments. In this playful experiment in art, we will try new art techniques and writing prompts to include in your journal. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Loretta Columbia $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274509-01

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

E X T E N D E D S U P E R V I S I O N W I T H C A M P S AT LC C & L H C Information: 303.987.7845

SAVE $10 by registering for all three sessions for the week!

For students, ages 5-17, in camps at Lakewood Cultural Center and Lakewood Heritage Center ONLY, we offer extended supervised sessions. You may register before or on the first day of each camp week. Please have students bring a healthy sack lunch for Lunch Studio. Food is not provided. No drop-in or single day registrations allowed. Parents dropping off early or picking up late by 5 minutes will be charged an additional $10 per day.

MORNING STUDIO 8-9 am | $15/week | #274995

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LCC

METROPOLIS

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M AG I C A L & M Y T H I C A L C R E AT U R E S

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Jul 30-Aug 3

Create your own city! Underwater? Sure! In a tree? Absolutely! From thumbnail drawings, all the way to a miniature scale model of “Yourtown,” the possibilities are endless when you use your imagination. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

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WAC K Y W O O D

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WAY TO G R O W

Let’s connect art through the form of painting, sculpture and mixed media and create flower paintings, miniature succulent gardens and whimsical wind chimes. Creations to enjoy our time in the garden. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274326-01

S PAC E E X P LO R E R S

Blast out of this world and explore far off planets, stars and galaxies with us. We will create our own universe of art including glowing space posters and sculptures of alien creatures and spaceships. Ages: 7-10 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

LUNCH STUDIO Noon-1 pm | $15/week | #274996 LATE STUDIO 4-5 pm | $15/week | #274997 MORNING/LUNCH/LATE COMBO STUDIO

8-9 am/noon-1 pm/4-5 pm | $35/week | #274998

LCC


E X P E R I M E N TA L !

Explore various two-dimensional art making techniques that many people have never heard of. Come and see the surprises we end up when we undertake these methods. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Cathy Moore $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274376-01

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

D R AW I N G & PA I N T I N G T E C H N I Q U E S

Improve your artistic skills by exploring a variety of exciting drawing and painting techniques. Get plenty of practice creating textures and shading tones with both pencil and paint. Mediums explored: charcoal, pastel, acrylic and watercolor. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Michele Brower $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274225-01

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

PA P E R FA S H I O N S H O W

Lead by 4-time consecutive winner of the Nation’s Largest Paper Fashion Show, create your own design and fabrication of paper fashions. Draw, design, experiment, and create accessories such as hats, gauntlets, head-gear, wings, shoulder and neck pieces. On the final day, campers showcase their designs on the catwalk! Ages 10-15 Instructor: Barry Brown $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274513-01

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

GRAFFITI ART

Explore the world of street art culture and get inspired to design your own original artwork. Be introduced to techniques and experiment with various methods and materials including spray paint, markers and stencils to create your own artwork. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Ratha Sok $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274204-01

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

9am-noon

LCC

S E C R E T S O F CO M I C S TO R Y T E L L I N G

Unleash your inner storyteller through comics! Learn the process of cartoon character design, penciling and inking while you work on both individual and collaborative comic strips. Improve your cartoon illustration and storytelling skills, and finish the week with a mini comic book full of comic strips. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Ron Ruelle $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274221-02

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

Jul 30-Aug 3

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LCC

END OF SUMMER CAMP CAMP REMIX

If you didn’t get the opportunity to attend a camp you really wanted to, no worries! This ALL-DAY remix camp combines many of our favorite projects from the summer as well as a few new ones. Camp will be split into two groups according to age. School break pricing! Ages: 5-15 Instructor: Kristee Graham & Heather Gritz $165 Early registration price, $170 Regular price #274512-01

Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm

LCC

V I S U A L A R T S AT WA S H I N G TO N HEIGHTS ARTS CENTER Information: 303.987.5436 | Lakewood.org/Camps WH: Washington Heights Arts Center, 6375 W. 1st Ave.

J E W E L R Y & M E TA L S M I T H I N G J E W E L R Y & M E TA L S M I T H I N G C A M P

Students will be introduced to the elements of design that are building blocks used to create works of art. Students will create sketches before learning the skills necessary to translate their ideas to metal. After reviewing studio safety, students will explore fundamentals of fabrication with nonferrous metals such as copper, brass, and nickel. Students will gain experience in sawing, filling silver (torch) soldering, polishing and basic patination. Ages: 10-16 Instructor: Ashley Fulton $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274901-01 #274901-02

Jul 16-20 Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 1-4 pm

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MOSAICS

For those who like to sketch models and fashion design, let’s design and construct your own unique fashions. Upcycle clothing into fabulous outfits while learning to sew on a sewing machine or improve your existing sewing skills. Week will end with a runway fashion show. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Heather Gritz $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price Jul 30-Aug 3

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FA S H I O N D E S I G N

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A B S T R AC T PA I N T I N G

Using paint and Masonite, discover a unique way to create intriguing abstract pieces of art. Peeling, pouring, adding, spinning, blending, dripping... endless possibilities! Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Kristee Graham $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LCC

YO U T H T I L E M O S A I C A R T C A M P

Kids will create finished tile mosaic artworks! Topics will include good design and color choices, application of ceramic tile, grouting and finishing your work. Examples of modern and historical mosaics will be presented and talked about. All materials provided. Join us for this fun and productive week! Ages: 10-14 Instructor: Alina Deac Pelegrin $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274511-01

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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P OT T E R Y

W E AV I N G

MUDSLINGING CAMP

Kids will dive into artistic adventures in sculpture and pottery. Emphasis will be on practicing basic clay skills. Students will be encouraged to explore three-dimensional possibilities in a variety of projects. Kids should wear appropriate clothing to make a mess in. Course fee covers materials and firing expenses. Ages: 6-9 Instructor: Sess. 01 – Teresa Carson, Sess. 02 – Austin Fowler $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274401-01 #274401-02

Jun 4-8 Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm

WH WH

YOU T H C L AY S CU LPTU RE & W H EEL C AM P

Using the slab roller, clay extruder and the pottery wheel, kids will create large-format finished sculptures and functional pots. The work will be fired and glazed. Become familiar with how a pottery studio works and have some hands-on fun! Come dressed to get dirty. All materials supplied. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Christine O’Dea $122 Early registration price, $127 Regular price #274402-01

Jun 11-22 Mon/Wed/Fri

1-4 pm

WH

A D VA N C E D YO U T H P OT T E R Y C A M P

This art camp will give kids with previous clay studio experience an opportunity to improve their wheelwork and expand their clay sculpture work. Beyond regular studio work, you will participate in outdoor raku and pit firings. Ages: 12-17 Instructor: Christine O’Dea $122 Early registration price, $127 Regular price #274403-01

Jul 9-20

Mon/Wed/Fri

9 am-noon WH

M E S A V E R D E P OT T E R Y W O R K S H O P

Young artists will learn how to build and decorate pottery like the Mesa Verde Indians of Southwest Colorado. Students will also learn about the Mesa Verde Indian culture. Pots will be fired and may be picked up the following week. Ages 10-15 Instructor: Christine O’Dea $25 Regular price #271004-01

Jun 25

Mon

1-3 pm

WH

C L AY W H I S T L E A N D W H E E L C A M P

Come work with clay for a day! Experiment with both handbuilding and wheel-throwing. In the first half of class, we will make a sculptural whistle and in the second half, we will make a bowl, cup or vase on the potter’s wheel. Ages: 6-9 Instructor: Christine O’Dea $30 Regular price #274405-01 #274405-02

PA G E 1 2

Jul 2 Aug 6

Mon Mon

1-4 pm 9 am-noon

WH WH

W I L D W E AV I N G F O R K I D S C A M P

Use your imagination to create something special using a variety of yarns and fibers. Delve into the secrets of inkle weaving to make hatbands, hair ribbons and bookmarks. Create a scarf and a placemat on the four-harness loom and venture into tapestry. Bring your creative spirit. Ages: 10-15 Instructor: Pamela Bliss and Joy Jensen $112 Early registration price, $117 Regular price #274601-01

Jun 11-15

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

WH

CULINARY Information: 303.987.7845 | Lakewood.org/Camps LINK: Link Recreation Center, 1295 S. Reed St. LHC: Lakewood Heritage Center, 470 S. Allison Pkwy.

B A S I C S O F CO O K I N G

Learn how fun and easy it is to prepare healthy meals all while learning the basics of cooking. We start with Breakfast meals, move onto Lunch, Supper and then Snacks. Learning how to read a recipe, create and eat our meal, clean up and etiquette are all topics that we will touch on every day. Ages: 7-14 $90 Early registration price, $100 Regular price #274651-01 #274651-02

Jun 18-22 Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

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FA N TA S Y F O O D S

What crazy foods do you imagine taking on a picnic? Have you ever wanted to make foods from your favorite books or TV shows, like Harry Potter or Star Trek? This delicious camp will inspire your imagination and your taste buds with easy, hands-on cooking activities. Ages: 6-10 Instructor: Holly Causey $90 early registration, $100 regular registration # 274756-01

Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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P L AY - W E L L T E K N O LO G I E S USING LEGO速 Information: 303.987.5448 | Lakewood.org/Camps LINK: Lakewood Link Recreation Center, 1295 S. Reed St.

G I R L P O W E R E D I N T R O TO S T E M W I T H LEGO速

O U T D O O R / N AT U R E Information: 303.697.6159 | Lakewood.org/Camps BCLP: Bear Creek Lake Park, 15600 W. Morrison Road

N AT U R A L I S T C A M P

Naturalist Camp is a fun nature camp where participants explore wildlife, outdoor recreation, and the parks field! Discover Bear Creek Lake Park through activities include hiking, wildlife viewing, team building, swimming, and so much more! Two sections are offered for different age levels and include different activities. JR. NATURALIST, Ages 6-9 $80 (includes park entrance fee) #259946-01

Jun13-Jul 25

Wed

9 am-noon

BCLP

9 am-noon

BCLP

NATURALIST, Ages 10-13 $80 (includes park entrance fee) #259946-02

Jun 15-Jul 27

Fri

A Play-Well offering for girls who love to build! This course will provide a supportive environment for girls to build engineerdesigned projects such as boats, snowmobiles, catapults, and merry go rounds. New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO速 building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Ages 4-6 $135 Resident, $160 Nonresident #246301-01

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

9 am-noon

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GIRL POWERED STEM CHALLENGE WITH LEGO速

A Play-Well offering for girls who love to build! This course will provide a supportive environment for girls to build engineerdesigned projects such as catapults, pneumatic cranes, arch bridges, and battletracks. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas! Ages 7-12 $135 Resident, $160 Nonresident #246302-01

May 29-Jun 1

Tue-Fri

1-4 pm

LINK

PA G E 13


R O B OT I C S U S I N G L E G O ® W E D O

Build and program robots in this introductory Robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo system. Learn basic programming skills, simple engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete several projects using tilt and motion sensors. This is a great way to prepare young Robotics enthusiasts for our more advanced Robotics programs. Ages 7-9 $200 Resident, $220 Nonresident #246303-01

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LINK

R O B OT I C S U S I N G L E G O ® E V 3

Build and program robots using the new LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 system! Learn about mechanical and software design, loops, conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. Work in small groups, program and build your robot, and rise to the challenge. Control the robot to avoid obstacles, pick up and carry objects, and play sounds. Projects are structured so that students work in an open-ended, investigative environment while having fun. Ages 9-13 $220 Resident, $250 Nonresident #246304-01

Jun 4-8

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

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JEDI ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

The Force awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO® X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire! Ages 5-6 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246305-01

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

LINK

JEDI MASTER ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

Jun 18-22

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LINK

M I N E , C R A F T, B U I L D : A D V E N T U R E GAME USING LEGO®

PA G E 14

Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LINK

SUPER HERO ENGINEERING WITH LEGO®

Save the world with LEGO® Super Heroes! Build the hideouts and vehicles of your favorite caped crusaders and learn what makes them not only Super Heroes, but Super Hero Engineers! Play-Well instructors guide young heroes as they design, build, and save a city where ingenuity and imagination can solve any conflict. Ages 5-6 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246309-01

Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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SUPER HERO MASTER ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

LEGO® Super Heroes need your help to defeat the destructive forces of evil arch-villains as they threaten LEGO® polis! Explore the tools and techniques of your favorite caped crusaders and learn what makes them not only Super Heroes, but super engineers. An engineering curriculum designed by Play-Well challenges heroes to design, build, and save a city where ingenuity and imagination can solve any conflict. Ages 7-12 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

LINK

I N T R O TO S T E M W I T H L E G O ® , S U M M E R

Give your imagination a boost with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as: Cities, Garbage Trucks, Catamarans, and Dinosaurs. Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no prerequisites for this course. Ages 5-6 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246311-03

Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

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STEM CHALLENGE WITH LEGO®

Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game; roll the dice to mine for resources, craft tools, and watch out for Creepers! This ultimate LEGO® Minecraft experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors, using gameplay elements and characters inspired by the popular Minecraft video game. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO®. Ages 5-6 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246307-01

Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game; roll the dice to mine for resources, craft tools, and watch out for Creepers! This ultimate LEGO® Minecraft experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors, using gameplay elements and characters inspired by the popular Minecraft video game. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO®. Ages 7-12 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident

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The Force Awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, and eccentric motion. Build LEGO® X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, Settlements, Fortresses, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away. Ages 7-12 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246306-01

M I N E , C R A F T, B U I L D : S U R V I VA L G A M E USING LEGO®

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Gear up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as: Forklifts, Houseboats, Mini Golf Courses, and the London Tower Bridge Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no prerequisites for this course. Ages 7-12 $170 Resident, $200 Nonresident #246312-02

Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri

1-4 pm

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MAKEY MAKEY & MICROBIT PROGRAMMING

C O M P U T E R E X P LO R E R S Registration: ComputerExplorers.com/Denver/Lakewood

MINECRAFT– THE ADVENTURE BEGINS

Students will discover Minecraft essentials while searching for clues to unlock doors, participating in scavenger hunts, taming wolves, and riding pigs! Interwoven with the fun, students will be introduced to the basics of computer networking, the geometry of multidimensional objects, and the rendering of video game graphics. Inspiring students to build their own worlds and figure out how to program the system to implement their favorite features will bring out the engineer in everyone. Enroll today and let the Minecraft adventure begin! Ages 5-7 $130 Resident, $155 Nonresident Jun 11-14

Mon-Thu

10-11:30 am LINK

M I N E C R A F T - D E S E R T I S L A N D S U R V I VA L

Discover, create, and learn as you access a proprietary Minecraft mod created only for TechStars! Learn fundamentals of computer networking through this Minecraft experience that also allows you and your friends to work in multiplayer mode as you mine, craft, and build together to survive. Working with a partner, you will use your skills to explore all the secrets the world has to offer, including a mysterious castle filled with challenges. No matter whether you are new to Minecraft or already love the program, this camp is for YOU! Ages 8-10 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Jun 11-14

Mon-Thu

1-3 pm

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PURPLEMASH KINDERGARTEN A D VA N TAG E

Imagine a world where everything is created by you! What do you consider a treasure: diamonds or candy? Technology and design are not just for the big kids. In our Purple Mash Up Game Design class, the sky, the hero, the treasure, even the bad guys are all created by your child. Using a variety of age-appropriate tools, students will build their own 3D video game that they can share with family and friends when the class is over. Ages 5-7 $130 Resident, $155 Nonresident Jun 25-28

Mon-Thu

Can you guess what is missing from these equations? Carrots = Piano, Play Doh = Mouse, Frisbee + Golf ball + Foil = Motion controller… Do you want to make sense of this nonsense? Try Makey Makey! Exploit the electrical properties of ordinary objects to transform them into extraordinary computer controllers. Prepare to stretch your imagination and creativity to create things never even thought of before, out of things you see every day. Enroll now and watch the world around you morph into a ripening harvesting ground for innovative computer interaction tools. Ages 8-10 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Jun 25-28

Mon-Thu

1-3 pm

LINK

I T Z A B I T Z A & S I M P L E S TO R Y A N I M AT I O N

A fun and interactive camp designed to challenge mathematical, creative, and scientific skills, ItzaBitza and Simple Animation will bring out the love of learning in your student this summer. Using the innovative ItzaBitza storytelling software, students will animate their very own drawings onto the computer screen. When they successfully animate their drawings, the lessons focus on talking about how these graphics become animated, and what their drawings provided for the computer program to add in movement. Inspiring reading, writing, drawing, and technological understanding, this animation software will be a hit with kids’ young imaginations! Ages 5-7 $130 Resident, $155 Nonresident Jul 16-19

Mon-Thu

10-11:30 am LINK

G R E E N S C R E E N A N D S TO P - AC T I O N MOVIE MAKING

Have you ever wanted to be a movie producer? What about making your favorite stories and dreams come to life on-screen? In this fun introductory-level filmmaking class, you will learn the basic of technological film production with green screen and stop-action animation. Climb Mount Everest, swim the depths of the ocean, or battle dinosaurs! Using a green screen and special photo-editing techniques, you will venture into real or imaginary locations and film the trip to share with friends. For both parts of this camp, you will become the writers, directors, actors, animators, special effects creators, and editors of your own movie production. From storyboarding to filming, you will make all of the creative & technical decisions. Stop-action animation will include shooting individual scenes with your own characters and scenery moving ever so slightly per scene to form a full feature. So come bring your imagination to life and present it on the big screen! Ages 8-10 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Jul 16-19

Mon-Thu

1-3 pm

LINK

10-11:30 am LINK

PA G E 15


ROCKETEERS

Has your child ever dreamed of being an astronaut? How about making his or her very own rocket to propel up into space? In this interactive camp, students will get a taste of the real thing. They will research, design, build, paint, and take home safe, water-propelled rockets that shoot 300-500 feet into the air! Then, we will explore the technology behind hot air balloons, and students will get to be the engineers of those as well. This camp combines science, technology, engineering, and math in a way that really takes off! At the end of the camp, parents and friends can join the class to help with the countdown and watch the launch! Ages 5-7 $130 Resident, $155 Nonresident Jul 30-Aug 2

Mon-Thu

10-11:30 am LINK

G E O C AC H I N G

Let your student engage in a worldwide scavenger hunt, from right outside the classroom. Using our GPS systems, students will get to explore technology while exploring the outdoors and using up some of their energy for this physical activity. Connecting to Geocaching maps, finding the nearby caches, and perhaps even hiding their own for other teams to find, the students will engage with technology, nature, and each other to complete these goals. Join the hunt today! Ages 8-10 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Jul 30-Aug 2

Mon-Thu

1-3 pm

LINK

S C I E N C E M AT T E R S Registration: ScienceMatters.tv/currentCampScheduleViews

B L A S T I N TO S PAC E

Blast off and reach beyond the sky to explore the Final Frontier on an AMAZING ADVENTURE through SPACE! Build and launch a solid fuel rocket that goes over 100 feet into the stratosphere. (Local restrictions may apply) We will be visiting Planets in our Solar System as well. Visit the 4th Rock from the Sun, Mars, and design a space ship capable of landing on the Martian surface. See the Rings of Saturn. To join us in our travels, design your own alien as a traveling companion. Make a comet and play Comet Golf. We’ll build a telescope that helped us bring the stars closer to us. Join us and blast off on a fun journey among the stars! Grades K-5 $189 Resident, $219 Nonresident Jun 11-15 Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

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O U T R AG E O U S I N V E N T I O N CO N V E N T I O N

Calling all inventors and engineers. Work as a team to build a deluxe El Bram RG Machine, and make a working pin hole camera. Show off your crazy skills in the Engineering X Challenge, a daily series of exciting team and individual challenges that apply creativity and engineering skills! Grades K-5 $189 Resident, $219 Nonresident Jun 11-15 Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm

LINK LINK

D R O N E AC A D E M Y

Learn to fly your own Nano Drone! Go to flight school and practice the basics of operating a Drone safely. As you get more advanced, you’ll navigate and aerial obstacle course. Have fun playing with a variety of other flying machines and explore the Four Forces of Flight. Must be entering the 3rd grade to participate in this camp. Grades 3-6 $214 Resident, $234 Nonresident Jun 18-22 Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LINK LINK

S C I E N C E M AT T E R S M A K E R S PAC E

Campers will learn the basics of soldering and make some cool projects and gadgets. Maker Space is a great place for junior makers to get their start. We’ll supply the soldering kit, solder, golden curl, and safety goggles. Class size is limited to 12 per camp and students must be entering the 3rd grade. Grades 3-6 $214 Resident, $234 Nonresident Jun 18-22 Jul 23-27

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Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

1-4 pm 1-4 pm

LINK LINK


FA M I LY S E R V I C E S D AY C A M P S

Wilbur Rogers Center, 12100 W. Alameda Parkway 303.987.2490 | SchoolAgeServices@Lakewood.org

R E G I S T R AT I O N O P E N S M A R C H 1 2 AT 1 0 A . M .

BE: Belmar Elementary, 885 S Garrison St. DC: Devinny Cottages, 12268 W. Wisconsin Dr. LAS: Lasley Cottages, 1391 S. Kendall Court PCC: Patterson Children’s Center, 7735 W. Florida Ave.

C A M P O DYS S E Y

In this interactive, fun and educational camp, your child will get to experience arts and crafts, community projects, recreational activities and exciting field trips. Ages: 7-10 $160/child/week + $40/child registration fee Information: Jayme Ward (720.883.6398) #249000

May 31-Aug 10 Mon-Fri

7 am-6 pm

BE

C A M P E . C . O.

#249000

Children will have the opportunity to participate in many outdoor activities such as sailing, canoeing and field trips to recreational areas near Lakewood. Ages: 9-12 $160/child/week + $40/child registration fee Information: Rosa Alfaro (303.981.7380) #249000

C A M P G A L AX Y

This day camp will provide plenty of field trips and fun arts and crafts projects all summer long. There will be swimming at City of Lakewood recreation centers and many other sports-related programs. The children will go on field trips to the museum, movie theaters, city parks and others exciting venues throughout the entire summer. Ages: 5-6 $160/child/week + $40/child registration fee Information: Cara Thornburg (720.891.9718)

May 31-Aug 10 Mon-Fri

Planning to play all day?

7 am-6 pm

DC

May 31-Aug 10 Mon-Fri

7 am-6 pm

LAS

J U N I O R E X P LO R E R S C A M P

This camp is designed with the little ones in mind. There will be plenty of opportunities to swim at various recreation centers, participate in many exciting field trips and experience fun arts and crafts projects. Ages: 3 years, 8 months-5 years, 8 months as of June 1 $160/child/week + $40/child registration fee Information: Wilbur Rogers Center (303.987.2490) #249000

May 31-Aug 3

Mon-Fri

7 am-6 pm

PCC

Be sure to bring

• water • snacks/lunch • sunblock

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R.I.S.E., Recreation and Inclusion Services for Everyone, is the City of Lakewood’s therapeutic recreation program for individuals with disabilities. In addition to Camp Paha and PAT, we offer a variety of activities, overnight trips, recreation skills building classes and more throughout the year.

C A M P F O R A G E S 6 - 17

P R O G R A M F O R A G E S 18 - 25

Information: 303.987.4866 | Lakewood.org/Paha Location: Fletcher Miller School, 200 Kipling St. Camper scholarships are available at FriendsofPaha.org

C A M P PA H A Camp Paha is a unique summer day camp for children and young adults with disabilities living in Lakewood and surrounding communities. Enjoy swimming, sports, games, nature, music, sensory, arts, crafts and field trips in a safe, challenging and fun environment. It is a Colorado Child Care licensed program. Ages: 6-17 Full summer (7 weeks): $1450 Resident, $1860 Nonresident plus $50 nonrefundable registration fee Session A or B (3 weeks): $725 Resident; $930 Nonresident plus $25 nonrefundable registration fee Full summer Session A Session B

Jun 11-Jul 27 Jun 11-29 Jul 9-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm

(No camp July 4)

FMS FMS FMS

Information: 303.987.4866 | Lakewood.org/Paha Location: Fletcher Miller School, 200 Kipling St. Camper scholarships are available at FriendsofPaha.org

PA H A A D U LT S I N T R A N S I T I O N The Paha Adults in Transition (PAT) program is geared towards developing work, safety and life transition skills. This program is similar to the Camp Paha program with a greater emphasis on learning and self-efficacy. Extended care is available. Ages: 18-25 Full summer (7 weeks): $1450 Resident, $1860 Nonresident plus $50 nonrefundable registration fee Session A or B (3 weeks): $725 Resident; $930 Nonresident plus $25 nonrefundable registration fee Full summer Session A Session B

Jun 11-Jul 27 Jun 11-29 Jul 9-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm

FMS FMS FMS

(No PAT July 4)

E X T E N D E D C A R E W I T H C A M P PA H A & PAT Information: 303.987.4866 | Lakewood.org/Paha

BEFORE CARE 8-9 a.m., Monday-Friday

This is available to Camp Paha and PAT participants. See website for pricing details.

AFTER CARE 4-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday (no Monday after care)

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SPORTS

&

RECREACTION

COMBO CAMPS

M U LT I - S P O R T / S W I M C A M P

Information: 720.963.5384 LINK: Lakewood Link Recreation Center, 1295 S. Reed St. CARM: Carmody Recreation Center, 2200 S. Kipling St.

GYMNASTICS/CHEERLEADING CAMP

Gymnastics and cheerleading combo camp allows participants to learn the basics of both sports. Participants will learn cheers, jumps, stunts, and tumbling, then try skills on the gymnastics apparatus. Finish with a performance for parents on the last day of camp. Ages: 5-12 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident #226501-02

Jun 25-29

Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm

LINK

GYMNASTICS/CLIMBING CAMP

This combo camp is a fun place for kids to work on individual gymnastics skills and learn the basic techniques of climbing in a safe and supervised environment. Ages: 5-12 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident #226501-10 #226501-03 #226501-09 #226501-11

Jun 11-15 Jul 16-20 Jul 30-Aug 3 Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3pm 9 am-3pm

LINK LINK LINK LINK

This camp develops and enhances sportsmanship and athletic abilities through a focus on skill development, healthy competition and creative activities. Mornings will be spent playing various sports and games; the afternoons will be spent at the pool. CARMODY RECREATION CENTER camps will provide both indoor and outdoor times. Extended care is available here. $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Ages: 5-12 #251101-01 #251101-02 #251101-03 #251101-04 #251101-06 #251101-07 #251101-08 #251101-09 #251101-10

Jun 4-8 Jun 11-15 Jun 18-22 Jun 25-29 Jul 9-13 Jul 16-20 Jul 23-27 Jul 30-Aug 3 Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm

CARM CARM CARM CARM CARM CARM CARM CARM CARM

EXTENDED CARE FOR MULTI-SPORT/SWIM CAMPS BEFORE CARE 8-9 am | $20/week* | #251113 (01 to 10) AFTER CARE 3-5 pm | $35/week* | #251114 (01 to 10) Extended care is available for the Multi-Sport/Swim Camp only.

TENNIS

Visit LakewoodParkTennis.com for lessons and camps.

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GOLF

CLIMBING/SWIM CAMP

This combo camp offers an exciting morning of learning the basic skills of rock climbing, followed by an afternoon of fun in the Link’s swimming pool! Camp 1 offers indoor climbing and swimming Monday-Thursday and Friday will be a day of outdoor climbing at North Table Mountain in Golden (7am-3pm), weather permitting. Camp 2 offers indoor climbing and swimming Monday-Friday. $175 Resident, $200 Nonresident $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident* Ages: 6-12 #230303-01

Jun 18-21 Jun 22 #230303-02* Jun 25-29

Mon-Thu Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm 7 am-3 pm 9am-3pm

NEW! NINJA/SWIM CAMP

This new camp will get you well on your way to becoming a ninja! Morning activities will include ninja type obstacle courses and games utilizing both the gym and the climbing wall. Afternoons will be spent having fun in the Link’s swimming pool. $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident Ages: 5-12 #226501-12 Jun 11-15 #226501-13 Jul 9-13 #226501-14 Aug 6-10

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm

LINK LINK

NEW!

Information: 303.986.7888 (Fox Hollow), 720.963.5181 (Homestead)

JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM

We have programs for beginner students to 18-hole competitive golfers. Our talented instructors will offer an exciting program of skills, drills, games and fun. All equipment will be provided. Fee includes camp T-shirt. Ages: 7-17 Students will be grouped by age within their ability level. Beginner 1: has never had lessons Beginner 2: had lessons last year as a beginner Squirrel: can hit the ball consistently, will play under supervision Intermediate: can hit the ball consistently, will play four or five holes under supervision Fox: can play six holes under supervision, will learn rules 9 hole: nine holes of competitive golf, must know golfing rules 18 hole: 18 holes of competitive golf, must know golfing rules FOX HOLLOW PROGRAM Mike Kramer, PGA | $85 | #248000

LINK LINK LINK

Beginner 1 & 2 Squirrel Fox 9 hole 18 hole

Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon

7-9 am 6:30-9 am 6:30-9 am 6:30-9 am 6-10:30 am

HOMESTEAD PROGRAM Bryce Tani, PGA | $60 | #248100 Beginner 1 & 2 Intermediate 9 hole

SKILLS CAMPS

Jun 11-Jul 9 Jun 11-Jul 9 Jun 11-Jul 9 Jun 11-Jul 9 Jun 11-Jul 9

Jul 18-Aug 1 Jul 18-Aug 1 Jul 18-Aug 1

Wed Wed Wed

7:30-9 am 6:30-9 am 6:30-9 am

GYMNASTICS

CLIMBING

Information: 720.963.5384

Information: 720.963.5384

BEGINNER CLIMBING CAMP

For beginning rock climbers with little or no experience who want to learn the essential skills and techniques of this awesome sport! Monday through Thursday will be indoor climbing (9am-noon), and Friday will be outdoor climbing at North Table Mountain in Golden (7am-3pm), weather permitting. Ages: 6-12 $125 Resident, $155 Nonresident #230301-01 #230301-03

Jun 4-8 Jul 9-13

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-noon 9 am-noon

LINK LINK

For participants who have experience and are looking to take their climbing to a higher level. Improve your strength, technique, and confidence. Learn the skills to advance your climbing and enhance your experience. Monday through Thursday will be indoor climbing (9am-noon) and Friday will be outdoor climbing at North Table Mesa in Golden (7am-3pm), weather permitting. Ages: 8-12 $125 Resident, $155 Nonresident

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Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

#226501-01 Jun 4-8 #226501-07 Jun 18-22 #226501-05 Jul 23-27

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm

LINK LINK LINK

S O CC E R

Information and registration: challengersports.com

C H A L L E N G E R S O CC E R C A M P

I N T E R M E D I AT E C L I M B I N G C A M P

#230302-01

GYMNASTICS CAMP Gymnastics camp allows kids to work on individual skills in a fun and safe environment in addition to playing games and making new friends. Each camp ends with a performance for family and friends. Ages: 5-12 $150 Resident, $175 Nonresident

LINK

Lakewood Recreation is bringing back the nation’s number one all-British soccer camp program this summer. This is your chance to experience their unique program. Register by May 1 (for the June camp) or by May 29 (for the July camp) to receive a FREE soccer jersey and soccer ball. June 11-15 at Link Recreation Center Fields July 9-13 at Carmody Park


TEENS

TEENS

A R T CO U N S E LO R I N T R A I N I N G ( C I T )

Information: 303.987.7877 | Lakewood.org/Camps

R E C R E AT I O N CO U N S E LO R I N TRAINING (CIT)

Information: 720.963.5384 | Lakewood.org/Camps Our Counselor In Training (CIT) Program is the first step in the transition from camper to staff member. This program is designed for teens who are ready to take on new challenges, opportunities, and responsibilities through a fun summer camp experience. Teens will gain valuable work experience while developing leadership skills on a daily basis. By cultivating skills such as communication, problem solving, team work, and leadership, CITs will have a summer of memories, friendships and valuable knowledge and experience. The CIT Program is a two part program consists of training as well as field experience. Part one of this program includes a 2 week training course. Participants who have previously completed the CIT Training will be asked to attend an abbreviated training/ orientation for the upcoming summer.

Jun 4-14

Mon-Thu

9 am-2 pm

LINK

9 am-2 pm

LINK

CIT TRAINING (RETURNING PARTICIPANTS) $95 Resident, $105 Nonresident #247000-02

Jun 11-14

Mon-Thu

TEEN ADVENTURE CAMP

Information: 303.987.5408 | Lakewood.org/Camps

Ages: 12-15 CIT TRAINING (NEW PARTICIPANTS) $140 Resident, $150 Nonresident #247000-01

Our Counselor In Training (CIT) program is a great first step into volunteerism. The benefits of the position are that the CIT has opportunities to gain experiences such as leadership, accountability, self-confidence and teamwork in a fun and engaging environment. This program will also teach social, organization and networking skills our teens will need as adults. CITs are selected through an application and interview process, will have a weekend training session prior to the start of summer and at the end will receive an official City of Lakewood letter of their contribution, which is great for a future resume. CITs are required to sign up for a minimum of three weeks of volunteering within the Heritage, Culture & Arts camps (art, music, theater and history), spots are limited. Application is available online at Lakewood.org/Camps. Ages: 15-17

*CIT FIELD EXPERIENCE Upon the completion of the training course teens will be placed in to 2 weeks of field experience between June 18 and August 10. Field Experience will be selected during training, and participants are also encouraged to register for additional field experiences beyond the 2 included in the initial registration fee. Additional field experience weeks will be available at a rate of $25 per week.

Teen Adventure Camp is a summer camp option for teens that takes them to explore some of the Lakewood and Metro Area’s top attractions along with getting outdoors while experiencing our beautiful parks. Adventure Field Trips will include: college tours, team building and swimming. Ages: 12-15 $215 Resident, $225 Nonresident #247200-01 #247200-02 #247200-03 #247200-04

Jun 18-22 Jun 25-29 Jul 9-13 Jul 16-20

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

9:30 am-4 pm 9:30 am-4 pm 9:30 am-4 pm 9:30 am-4 pm

CARM CARM CARM CARM

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SUMMER POSITIONS

Lakewood is hiring multiple positions for the upcoming summer. See below for program descriptions and age requirements.: AGE 15+

AGE 16+

INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOLS

Our four indoor pools are open year-round, and outdoor pools or splash parks are open Memorial Day through Labor Day.

C A M P PA H A A N D PA H A A D U LT S I N TRANSITION

A seven week summer day camp for youth and young adults with disabilities.

WE’RE RECRUITING A D D I T I O N A L S TA F F F O R O U R BEST SUMMER YET! Information: 303.987.5448 | Lakewood.org/Camps Come join the Lakewood Team! We are a passionate, caring, responsible and wildly enthusiastic group looking to impact the lives of children and families.

AGE 16+

AGE 16+

AGE 16+

R E C R E AT I O N C A M P

A seven week camp offering traditional outdoor activities for grades 1-5.

M U LT I - S P O R T C A M P

A 10 week camp with a focus on skill development in a variety of activities, sports and swimming for grades 1-6.

GYMNASTICS CAMP

A multiple week camp with a focus on skill development in gymnastics, dance, and cheerleading for grades 1-5.

If this sounds like you, come make a difference with us! AGE 16+

WORK OUT WHILE THEY PLAY! Parents, want to keep busy while the kids attend camp? Visit our state- of-the-art outdoor fitness zone at Carmody Park. The Carmody Park Outdoor Fitness Zone in partnership with Centura Health allows patrons, regardless of fitness level, to focus on cardiovascular fitness, resistance training, and core/ab work, all in one convenient outdoor area. Some of the equipment is wheelchair accessible. The outdoor fitness zone is strategically placed so that patrons with children will be able to supervise their children at the adjacent universal playground and athletic fields while simultaneously getting a workout of their own. Outdoor fitness zones are an important part of the City’s plans for the future, allowing residents to be active and healthy without financial barriers.

CARMODY PARK OUTDOOR FITNESS ZONE in partnership with

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ROCK CLIMBING CAMP

A multiple week camp with a focus on skill development in rock climbing and swimming for grades 1-5.


Enjoy some variety!

C AMPS AT A GLANCE May 29June 1 (4 days)

June 4-8

June 11-15

Play for longer!

These camps offer two different activities in one great camp!

June 18-22

June July 2-6 25-29 (4 days)

July 9-13

These camps are for six hours or longer.

July 16-20

30- August July July August 23-27 6-10 3

ADVENTURES IN HISTORY FARM TO TABLE CANNING & PICKLING

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS

GARDENING ON THE FARM

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS

POKEMON IN YOUR BACKYARD

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS

FIBER ARTS FOR KIDS

6-10 YRS

HAND EMBROIDERY FOR KIDS

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS

ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND HOMEBOUND HAYRIDES

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS 6-10 YRS 6-10 YRS

HARDY HOMESTEADERS

6-10 YRS

6-10 YRS 6-10 YRS 6-10 YRS

QUILTING CAMP EMBROIDERY SAMPLER

6-10 YRS

QUILTING SAMPLER

6-10 YRS

KITCHEN ACCESSORY CRAFTS

6-10 YRS 6-10 YRS

ROCKS ROCK 6-10 YRS

POP CULTURE DETECTIVES

6-10 YRS

DANCE BALLERINAS AND CAVALIERS DANCE CAMP

4-7 YRS

SUPERHERO DANCE CAMP

4-7 YRS

4-7 YRS 4-7 YRS

4-7 YRS

7-15 YRS 7-15 YRS 7-15 YRS 7-15 YRS

HIP HOP & URBAN DANCE WORKSHOP

7-15 YRS

MAGIC INTRO TO MAGIC FOR 7-9 YEAR OLDS

7-9 YRS

MORE MAGIC FOR 7-9 YEAR OLDS

7-9 YRS

INTRO TO MAGIC FOR 10-15 YEAR OLDS

10-15 YRS 10-15 YRS

MORE MAGIC FOR 10-15 YEAR OLDS

MUSIC SING IT!

11-16 YRS

10-15 YRS

SUMMER SINGING SENSATION BROADWAY MUSIC REVIEW

10-15 YRS 10-15 YRS

10-15 YRS 8-13 YRS

THEATER DRAMATIC EXPRESSIONS ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE ESCAPE

7-10 YRS 9-12 YRS 13-17 YRS

THEATER FOR TEENS STORY BOOK DRAMA

5-7 YRS

5-7 YRS

ACTING BASICS STAGE PERFORMANCE/THEATER PRODUCTION BROADWAY BOUND FOR YOUTH MUSICAL THEATER FOR TEENS

8-12 YRS 9-15 YRS 9-12 YRS 13-17 YRS

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May 29June 1 (4 days)

June 4-8

June 11-15

June 18-22

June July 2-6 25-29 (4 days)

July 9-13

July 16-20

30- August July July August 23-27 6-10 3

VISUAL ARTS AT LCC I heART CAMPING

5-7 YRS

OUTSIDE THE LINES

5-7 YRS

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

5-7 YRS

LITTLE MASTERS

5-7 YRS

SHIPS AHOY

5-7 YRS

COLOR ME HAPPY

5-7 YRS

ART-O-SAURUS

5-7 YRS

ROLY POLY FUN ANIMAL SAFARI

5-7 YRS 7-9 YRS

ROADTRIP U.S.A.

5-7 YRS 7-10 YRS

K.I.D. CRIBS

7-10 YRS

NATURE + ART=

7-10 YRS

5-7 YRS 7-10 YRS

STAR WARS

7-10 YRS

MAD SCIENTISTS

7-10 YRS

GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT

7-10 YRS

UNDERWATER ADVENTURE

7-10 YRS

LET’S EXPERIMENT

7-10 YRS

PLUSHIES

7-10 YRS

CARDBOARD DESTRUCTO

7-10 YRS

CANVAS CREATIONS

7-10 YRS

7-9 YRS

DUCT TAPE!

7-10 YRS

IN THE AMAZON

7-10 YRS

7-9 YRS 7-9 YRS

ART OF MINECRAFT

7-10 YRS

KAPOW! BOOM! CRASH!

7-10 YRS

7-9 YRS 7-9 YRS

SECRETS OF COMIC STORYTELLING

7-10 YRS

WAY TO GROW

7-10 YRS

WACKY WOOD

7-9 YRS 7-10 YRS

MAGICAL & MYTHICAL CREATURES

10-15 YRS

SPACE EXPLORERS

10-15 YRS

7-10 YRS 10-15 YRS

MIXED MEDIA MAYHEM

10-15 YRS

SCREENS & PRINTS

10-15 YRS

7-9 YRS

7-10 YRS

METROPOLIS

ART JOURNALING EXPERIMENTAL!

7-9 YRS

7-10 YRS

10-15 YRS 10-15 YRS

DRAWING & PAINTING TECHNIQUES

10-15 YRS

PAPER FASHION SHOW

10-15 YRS

GRAFFITI ART

10-15 YRS

SECRETS OF COMIC STORYTELLING

10-15 YRS

FASHION DESIGN

10-15 YRS

ABSTRACT PAINTING

10-15 YRS

CAMP REMIX

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5-15 YRS


May 29June 1 (4 days)

June 4-8

June 11-15

June 18-22

June July 2-6 25-29 (4 days)

July 9-13

July 16-20

30- August July July August 23-27 6-10 3

VISUAL ARTS AT WH JEWELRY & METALSMITHING CAMP

10-16 YRS

YOUTH TILE MOSAIC ART CAMP

10-14 YRS

MUDSLINGING CAMP

6-9 YRS

YOUTH CLAY SCULPTURE AND WHEEL

6-9 YRS M,W, F

10-15 YRS

ADVANCED YOUTH POTTERY CAMP

M,W, F 12-17 YRS

MESA VERDE POTTERY WORKSHOP

10-15 YRS

CLAY WHISTLE AND WHEEL CAMP

10-15 YRS

WEAVING

6-9 YRS

6-9 YRS

10-15 YRS

CULINARY BASICS OF COOKING

7-14 YRS 7-14 YRS

FANTASY FOODS

6-10 YRS

OUTDOOR/NATURE CAMPS JR. NATURALIST CAMP

6-9 YRS, Wednesdays only 10-13 YRS, Friday only

NATURALIST CAMP

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES GIRL POWERED INTRO TO STEM

4-6 YRS

GIRL POWERED STEM CHALLENGE LEGO®

7-12 YRS

ROBOTICS USING LEGO® WEDO

7-9 YRS

ROBOTICS USING LEGO® EV3

9-13 YRS

JEDI ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

5-6 YRS

JEDI MASTER ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

7-12 YRS

MINE, CRAFT, BUILD: ADVENTURE GAME

5-6 YRS

MINE, CRAFT, BUILD: SURVIVAL GAME

7-12 YRS

SUPER HERO ENGINEERING USING LEGO®

5-6 YRS

5-6 YRS

SUPER HERO MASTER ENGINEERING

7-12 YRS

5-6 YRS

INTRO TO STEM WITH LEGO®, SUMMER

5-6 YRS

STEM CHALLENGE WITH LEGO®

5-6 YRS 7-12 YRS

COMPUTER EXPLORERS MINECRAFT - THE ADVENTURE BEGINS

5-7 YRS

MINECRAFT - DESERT ISLAND SURVIVAL

8-10 YRS

PURPLEMASH KINDERGARTEN ADVANTAGE

5-7 YRS

MAKEY MAKEY & MICROBIT PROGRAMMING

8-10 YRS

ItzaBitza & SIMPLE STORY ANIMATION

5-7 YRS

GREEN SCREEN AND STOP-ACTION MOVIE

8-10 YRS

ROCKETEERS

5-7 YRS

SPYBOTS SECRET AGENTS & GEOCACHING

8-10 YRS

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Enjoy some variety!

C AMPS AT A GLANCE May 29June 1 (4 days)

June 4-8

June 11-15

Play for longer!

These camps offer two different activities in one great camp!

June 18-22

June July 2-6 25-29 (4 days)

July 9-13

These camps are for six hours or longer.

July 16-20

July July 30- August 23-27 August 6-10 3

SCIENCE MATTERS BLAST INTO SPACE

GR K-5

OUTRAGEOUS INVENTION CONVENTION

GR K-5

GR K-5 GR K-5

DRONE ACADEMY

GR 3-6

GR 3-6

SCIENCE MATTERS MAKER SPACE

GR 3-6

GR 3-6

FAMILY SERVICES DAY CAMPS •BY WEEK•

CAMP ODYSSEY CAMP E.C.O.

•BY WEEK•

CAMP GALAXY

•BY WEEK•

JUNIOR EXPLORERS CAMP

•BY WEEK•

starts June 4

7-10 YRS

ends Aug 10

starts June 4

9-12 YRS

ends Aug 10

starts June 4

5-6 YRS

ends Aug 10

starts June 4

4-6 YRS

ends Aug 3

PAHA DAY PROGRAMS CAMP PAHA •FULL SUMMER INCLUDES JULY 3-7•

6-17 YRS, Session A

6-17 YRS, Session B

PAHA ADULTS IN TRANSITION •FULL SUMMER INCLUDES JULY 3-7•

18-25 YRS, Session A

18-25 YRS, Session B

COMBO SPORTS & REC CAMPS 5-12 YRS

GYMNASTICS/CHEERLEADING CAMP

5-12 YRS

GYMNASTICS/CLIMBING CAMP

5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS

MULTI-SPORT/SWIM CAMP AT CARM

5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS

5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS

CLIMBING/SWIM CAMP AT LINK

5-10 YRS

5-10 YRS

NEW! NINJA/SWIM CAMP

5-12 YRS

6-12 YRS 6-12 YRS 5-12 YRS

5-12 YRS 5-12 YRS

5-10 YRS

5-12 YRS

5-10 YRS 5-12 YRS

SKILLS CAMPS BEGINNER CLIMBING CAMP

6-12 YRS

6-12 YRS

6-12 YRS

INTERMEDIATE CLIMBING CAMP

6-12 YRS

JUNIOR GOLF, FOX HOLLOW

7-17 YRS, Mondays

JUNIOR GOLF, HOMESTEAD GYMNASTICS CAMP CHALLENGER SOCCER CAMP

7-17 YRS, Wednesdays only 5-12 YRS

5-12 YRS

5-12 YRS

3-14 YRS

3-14 YRS

TEEN CAMPS TEEN ADVENTURE CAMP

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12-15 YRS

12-15 YRS

12-15 YRS

12-15 YRS


INSPIRE: ARTS WEEK LAKEWOOD May 31-June 10 • Lakewood.org/INSPIRE Dance. Exhibits. Film. Music. Pottery. Photography. Theater. Writing. Join in on this extended week celebrating the arts by attending free and discounted events offered by dozens of Lakewood arts partners.

FAMILY NIGHTS AT THE POOL Morse Park: June 21, July 13, August 1 Glennon: June 26, July 18, August 10 Lakewood.org/RecEvents End your day with a splash! On Family Nights, the pool will reopen from 5:30-8 p.m. for pool games and the inflatable obstacle course. General admission applies.

ROCKIN’ BLOCK PARTY June 9 • Lakewood.org/RockinBlock Join us at the Lakewood Heritage Center and Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Amphitheater for an afternoon full of FREE live music, family games, museum tours, and food and drinks—all followed by a film screening under the stars.

FIRST THURSDAYS Thursday evenings: May 3, June 7, July 12, August 2 Lakewood.org/Plaza Music, food trucks, games and more on the plaza at Lakewood Cultural Center.

SOUNDS EXCITING! SUMMER CONCERTS Wednesday evenings, June 27-August 8 Lakewood.org/SummerConcerts Stretch out on the lawn and listen to a mix of local and national acts during this highly anticipated series at Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Amphitheater at Lakewood Heritage Center.

SUMMER AT BEAR CREEK LAKE PARK Lakewood.org/BCLPEvents The possibilities for summer fun are almost endless. Bear Creek Lake Park hosts naturalist education programs, guided hikes, adventure races, horseback riding, archery, camping, fishing and more.

SUMMER FUN PASS

Lakewood.org/RecEvents On sale April 1. Purchase before May 1: pass valid from date of purchase through September 30 Purchase May 1 or after: pass is valid from date of purchase through September 30 Pass includes: Unlimited general admission access to all outdoor pools and spray parks PLUS unlimited general admission access to all four recreation centers

July 4, 2018 Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Fireworks approx. 9:15 p.m. PA G E 27


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