Academy for Child Enrichment — In the heart of Royal Palm Beach, the Academy for Child Enrichment offers free all-day VPK. Infants through afterschool day and night care, 6:30 a.m. to midnight (Monday through Friday), meals included. Qualified staff. Se habla Espanol. Special rates for all registration. The Academy for Child Enrichment is located at 700 Camellia Drive in Royal Palm Beach. Call (561) 798-3458 or visit www.smallworldpbc.com for info. Breakers West Summer Camp — For the summer of a lifetime, children ages 5-14 are invited to join the 2011 summer camp at Breakers West. Enjoy wildlife demonstrations, science experiments, magic shows, arts & crafts, cooking classes, golf, tennis, basketball, soccer, daily swimming instruction and much more! Camp runs June 6 - Aug. 19 (excluding July 4-8), Monday – through Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sessions are $300 per camper, per week, plus a one-time registration fee of $50, which includes a camp essentials bag. Discounts are offered to families registering multiple children and/ or for multiple sessions. After-care is available. Space is limit ed. To register for Breakers West Summer Camp, call (561) 653-6333. Camp Giddy-Up — Ravenwood Riding Academy has been located in Wellington for 21 years. Licensed and insured, with all safety equipment provided, they are located on a beautiful, safe and clean farm with plenty of shade. Ravenwood is now accepting 12 students per session, ages 6-14. Camp hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Campers learn safety, horse care and grooming, with riding lessons daily, as well as scheduled visits with a blacksmith, horse vet and equine dentist. Weekly sessions are $185. Sibling discounts or multi-session discounts are available. Camp Giddy-Up has a full staff and a hands-on director. Register today by calling (561) 793-4109 or visit www.ravenwoodridingacademy.com. Hurry, sessions fill up quickly! Casperey Stables Horse Camp — Casperey Stables is a small, fun-filled day camp for children ages seven to 14. With four riding opportunities each day, arts & crafts and outdoor games, campers find little time to be bored. The low counselor-child ratio ensures your child will receive individual attention. There are camp sessions for spring and winter school breaks, and during the summer, each two-week session has a theme, such as Indian Days, Circus Days and Medieval Days. Casperey Stables has a weekly swim party and ends each session with a horse show and family BBQ. Call soon — this small, quality program fills quickly! To learn more about the camp, located at 2330 D Road in Loxahatchee Groves, call (561) 792-4990 or visit www.caspereystables.com. St. David’s Episcopal School — Howdy Pardners, mosey on over to St. David’s Ranch and be a part of western-themed summer fun! Campers ages two and a half to eight are invited for arts and crafts, Bible stories, music, games, a shaded outside playground, water play, movie days and more. All activities are supervised by the teaching staff and take place on the St. David’s campus. The round-up has already started, so come in soon to reserve your place. The ranch will be open from June 6 through August 12. For your convenience, you may register for one week, or as many as you want. Camp is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; campers can pick Monday through Friday, Monday-Wednesday- Frida y or Tuesday-Thur sday. So saddle on up and head on over to become a part of this rootin’-tootin’ summer fun. For more information, call (561) 793-1272 today or visit www.stdavidsepiscopal.com. High Touch High Tech — High Touch High Tech has been providing hands-on science experiments to children in South Florida for over 15 years. The program brings science to life for children in preschool through middle school. They are happy to introduce “The Lab,” a hands-on science facility now open in Wellington. They offer summer camp programs, after-school enrichments and birthday parties at a new location off Pierson Road. The camp offers affordable pricing, hands-on science experiments with lots of cool science take-homes, nature experiences, as well as art projects that relate to the scientific in vestigations. High Touch High Tech knows that children are naturally curious. They tap into that natural curiosity and provide safe, exciting and fun experiments to help them understand the world around them. The ultimate goal is to give children the tools to be able to think scientifically in order to solve problems. Kids will erupt volcanoes, pan for gems, launch rockets, make ice cream, grow plants, make fossils, observe live animals, dissect owl pellets and much, much more! Come visit and explore the all-new High Touch High Tech science laborat ory! High Touch High Tech is at 3080 Fairlane Farms Rd., Suite 2. For more info., visit www.ScienceMadeFunSFL.net, call (561) 792-3785 or e-mail info@ScienceMadeFunSFL.net. Call now t o book a free tour. Jewish Summer Camp — Enjoy a Jewish summer camp on a farm for girls ages 7-11 at the Good Earth Farm. Featuring a six-week certificate of horse care competency. Candy making, soap making, painting, drawing, 3D design, sewing and crafts. Kayak instruction; European spa comes to the camp for beauty day. Jewish music singing, art and a Shabbat program with a local rabbi. Director Nancy Fried Tobin (BFA, MAT, MFA, RM, Equine Cer tified Specialist/ Instructor) has been working with kids for years. Registering now; call (561) 792-2666. Located at 2141 B Road in Loxahatchee Groves, the farm is 25 minutes from anywhere in the Palm Beach area. The King’s Academ y “Camping Around the World” — TKA’s summer camp welcomes ages 5 through 8th grade. Experience different cultures through craft projects, science experiments, field trips, music and more. Counselors are qualified teachers, first aid certified and offer a loving environment. Day camp/sports camp with daily lunches run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m with many options and before/after care. Field trips to Calypso Bay, the South Florida
Science Museum, the Palm Beach Zoo, Lion Country Safari and more, all for one inclusive price. Register now at www.tka.net and save $25 when you mention this offer. Call Helga Van War t (561) 686-4244 for more info. The Learning Foundation of Florida’s Academic Summer Camp — TLFF’s Elementary, Middle, & High School Summer Academic Camp Program has several different service options available to assist the diverse needs of students. TLFF’s kindergarten through eighth grade summer program focuses on individualized academic remediation using thematic units and a variety of teaching strategies, including a multi-sensory, hands-on approach. TLFF’s high school program focuses on grade forgiveness and or acceleration. Students who have received Ds or Fs in classes can redo them for a higher grade. Both programs are open Tuesday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. through 12:30 p.m. For more information, call (561) 795-6886. Loxahatchee Country Preschool — Loxahatchee Country Preschool will start off this summer with a “home run!” Baseball, football and soccer activities will take place throughout the summer. The school has been here for 20-plus years and provides a safe environment with small ratios for summer campers, which means the children are well super vised. Throughout the summer, the camp program offers arts and crafts, field trips (attended by the management team), swimming lessons, Spanish lessons, movies, a bounce house, bowling and much more. A free pizza lunch will be provided Fridays. The school provides a safe environment for the children, while providing an excellent educational program. In a letter sent to the school, the Kings Academy wrote, “What preschools are better prepared for Kings? Loxahatchee Country Preschool was mentioned with enthusiasm!” Call (561) 790-1780 f or more info. Movement Arts Dance Academy — Movement Arts will be holding five weeks of fun-filled summer camp from June 20 through July 29. Weekly themed mini camps (Monday through Thursday from 9 - 11:30 a.m.) for ages 3-5 will include arts and crafts and games in addition to learning several styles of dance. Full day camps (Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.) for ages 6-11 will include ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and more. Early care and after care are available at an additional fee for the full-day camps. A pizza party and performance will be held each Friday of the full-day camp sessions. The studio is conveniently located on State Road 7, just south of Okeechobee Blvd. For more inf ormation, call (561) 792-9 757 or visit www.movementartsdanceacademy.com. Noah’s Ark — Noah’s Ark is located on Okeechobee Blvd. in Loxahatchee Groves. They offer free all-day VPK. Lower rates and special registration for fall. Meals are included. Noah’s Ark offers care for infants and preschool children as well as after-school care. Se habla Espanol. Conveniently located at 14563 Okeechobee Blvd. between Royal Palm Beach and Loxahatchee Groves elementary schools. Call (561) 753-6624 for more info. The Royal Palm Beach Elementary Bobcat Summer Camp — Bobcat Summer Camp offers a magnificent schedule of field trips, four or five times per week, which include: bowling, skating, swimming, the Discovery Museum & IMAX Theater, Rapids Wat er park, f itness festival, Chuck E. Cheese, Fun Depo t, Veterans Park, movies, Lion Country Safari, Super Play USA, U-Bounce, Golf World, the zoo, Carnival Fun Station and an Orlando trip. On campus activities include: sports, crafts carnivals, computers, academics, game room, shows, carnivals, D.J. parties and more. The professional staff is dedicated to providing a quality summer camp. It is Gold Seal certified and an award-winning camp. For a summer of fun, call Deb Pagliaro at (561) 633-4431, ext. 30. Temple Beth Torah’s Leonie Arguetty Preschool — If your child is be tween 2 and 6 year s old, “Summer of Fun” Enrichment Camp at Temple Beth Torah’s Leonie Arguetty Preschool is the place to be! Here, your child will enjoy a variety of fun activities that will make them smile, while promoting learning and social development. Activities include: arts & crafts, gymnastics, computers, sports, nature, cooking, water play and a state-of-the-art playground. They’re sure to lo ve the w eekly enter tainment, including High Touch High Tech, st or ytellers and animal sho ws. All of this in a loving and nurturing environment. Eight weeks, full and part time. Free summer VPK. Now enrolling for preschool 2011-12. Contact Sandy for more information at (561) 7932649 or firstname.lastname@example.org. TNT Gymnastics Center — TNT is offering a great summer program with flexible hours and fun-filled days. They provide a safe, positive environment for your child to enhance self-esteem and physical fitness through gymnastics, trampolines, rock climbing, group games, arts & crafts, water play, martial arts and much more! TNT o wner Tina Tyska is a former Class 1 gymnast coached by two-time Olympian Kim Chase. She has over 25 years of coaching experience, including toddlers thru Level 9 gymnasts as well as special-needs children. TNT Gymnastics is located at 3120 Fairlane Farms Road in Wellingt on. For more info., call (561) 383-TNT1 (8681). Wellington Tennis Center — Have fun and learn to play tennis this summer! Children ages 6 to 13 at all levels of play (beginners through advanced) are welcome. All instructor s are USPTA/USTA QuickStart cer tified. The new QuickStart format will be used for ages 6 to 8. Camp runs Monday through Friday, June 6 - Aug. 12 (excluding July 4-8). Tennis cam p only (9 to 11 a.m.) is $100 for Wellington residents ($120 for non-residents) per camper, per w eek. Extended camp (9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.) includes tennis, lunch and supervised swim and costs $150 for Wellington residents ($170 for non-residents) per camper, per week. Discounts are offered for registering multiple children in one family or for multiple weeks. Pick your weeks and register early! Space is limited. To register, call the Wellington Tennis Center at (561) 791-4775.