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arts & humanities, p. 26 math & science, p. 28

sports & recreation, p. 32 traditional & multidisciplinary, p. 36

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arts & humanities

Columbia Art Center Mixed Media Theme Camp

June 9-13. For ages 6-17. $120. 701 Center for Contemporary Art: 701 Whaley St. 701cca.org.

June 16-20. For grades 5-9. While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093 , columbiasc.net/parks-recreation.

701 CCA Drawing and Mixed Media Workshop

Columbia Children’s Theatre Camps

701 Center for Contemporary Art Printmaking and Drawing Workshop

June 16-20. For ages 6-17. $125. 701 Center for Contemporary Art: 701 Whaley St. 701cca.org.

701 CCA Drawing and Painting Workshop

June 23-27, July 7-11. For ages 6-10, 11-17. $130. 701 Center for Contemporary Art: 701 Whaley St. 701cca.org.

701 CCA Drawing, Shading, Ink Wash Workshop

July 14-18 For ages 6-10, 11-17. $125. 701 Center for Contemporary Art: 701 Whaley St. 701cca.org.

701 CCA Ceramics and Glazing Workshop

July 21-25 and 30, Aug. 4-8 and 13 For ages 6-10, 11-17. $135. 701 Center for Contemporary Art: 701 Whaley St. 701cca.org.

Asheland Studios Art Camps

June 9-Aug. 15. and 30, Various weeklong courses covering the basics of art and more advanced skills. Tapp’s Art Center: 1644 Main St. 738-2770, ashelandart.yolasite.com.

Beyond the Notes String Chamber Music Workshop

June 8-15. High school and college students focus on skills during this five-day intensive chamber music workshop focused on developing musicianship skills. $400. music.sc.edu.

Broadway Bound

EdVenture Global Chef Camp

July 14-18. For ages 8-12. An exploration in imagery and learn a variety of photography and transfer techniques. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Drawing 101

July 7-10. For grades 5-10. Learn the art of props, makeup, costumes, scenery and musical preparation; culminates in public performance. $190. 777-5369.

Carolina Summer Music Conservatory

June 8-15. For grades 9-12. Intensive one-week training focusing on individual performance and chamber music. Master classes, chamber music coaching offered in wind, percussion, piano and voice students. Limited scholarships available. $450-$725. 576-5893, sepf.music.sc.edu.

Cartooning Creatures July 7-11 For ages 8-12. Go on an adventure around the

CMA galleries—sketching, drawing, and printing animalinspired cartoons and characters. Bring your drawings to life working with tech experts from IT-oLogy to use 3D printing. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Columbia Art Center Mixed Media Theme Camp

June 16-20. For ages 5-9. While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093, ColumbiaSC. net/parks-recreation.

Columbia Art Center Mixed Media Art Camp

July 14-18. For ages 5-9 While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093, ColumbiaSC.net/ parks-recreation.

Columbia Art Center Pottery Explorations Camp

June 23-27, July 21-25 For grades 10-14. Campers will be able to devote a full week to working with clay and creating pottery. The full process of working with pottery will be explored from the basic creation to the finished product. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093, ColumbiaSC.net/parks-recreation.

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June 23-27, Aug. 4-8. For ages 8-10. Explore exciting global cuisine, discover the food cultures of exotic locations, and make our very own global dishes. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

Freeway Recording Camp

June 16-20. For ages 13-18. Explore drawing in a variety of different mediums. Topics include a live clothed model, traditional human proportions, perspective, and still-life. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

June 13-14. Learn about pre production, recording, post production, leave with your own recording from Columbia’s premier recording studio. $100. Archer Avenue Studios: 810 Lyttleton St. freewaymusic.net.

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Wearable

June16-19. Learn to write, record and perform parts to original songs with the help of some of the state’s most seasoned musicians. $250. Freeway Music Northeast: 101 Rice Meadow Way 1; Freeway Music Forest Acres: 10 Calender Ct. freewaymusic.net.

June 23-27. For ages 13-18. Explore contemporary and traditional techniques and materials in jewelry making, textiles, and clay as wearable art in this fine craft studio course. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org..

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Sculpting with Clay 101

Crooked Creek Park Fused Glass Camp

Carolina Opera Experience

June 9-13. For grades 11-12. Individual and group guidance in writing the perfect college entrance essay. $250. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Columbia Museum of Art Photography Camp

Camp Half-Blood: A Percy Jackson Camp

June 25-29. For middle and high school students. Fiveday high school journalism summer camp, enhancing knowledge of editing, writing, designing and production techniques. $255 ($225 before May 16). Courtyard Marriot: 630 Assembly St. sc.edu/cmcis/so/cji/index.html.

EdVenture Camp Chef

Dates and prices TBD. The Children’s Theatre offers a variety of programs covering several disciplines for different age groups. Children’s Theatre at Midtown Forest Acres: 3400 Forest Dr. 691-4548, columbiachildrenstheatre.com.

July 7-11. For ages 13-18. Learn the tools of the trade with both additive and subtractive techniques. Explore clay through large scale hand-building and learn the newest technology in 3D printing with ceramics. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 7992810, columbiamuseum.org.

Carolina Journalism Institute

opportunity to learn ballet and jazz dance techniques. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

June 16-20, July 7-11. For ages 11-12. Take your cooking and baking skills to the next level as you cook tasty treats and savory dishes. Campers will explore the science behind food, learn essential cooking methods and bring home recipes that the whole family will love. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

June-August. Classes in dance, voice and drama for all ages, as well as auditions for the 2014-2015 company. Dates and prices TBD. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com. June 23-27, July 21-25. For ages 8-12. In the spirit of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, explore artwork inspired by the mythology of Ancient Greece and create your own artifacts. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

gineering, and math hidden in the pages of your favorite children’s books. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

July 7-11. For ages 5-18. Learning how to cut, shape, layer, and embellish your designs is an extraordinary experience. We’ll guide you through the basics, encouraging you to free your imagination as you select your design ideas, glass and embellishments. $165. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Crooked Creek Park Stained Glass Window Camp

July 7-11. For ages 5-17. Campers will create and design a full four-pane stained glass window. Children will be closely supervised as they learn how to cut glass, and create a bright whimsical original design. Grouting will be done on the last day. $165. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Creative in Clay

July 21-25. For ages 8-12. Go on an artful animal safari all around the Museum—sketching, painting, and forming zoomorphic masterpieces. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org..

EdVenture EDDIE’s Spring Break Camp

April 14-18. For grades 3-12. Keep your child’s brain engaged during their vacation — activities, games, crafts and hands-on activities that will have your camper learning. $40 daily; $185 weekly; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 799-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Culinary 101 Camp

June 2-6, July 14-18. Ages 5-7. Campers will be guided through the culinary arts and introduced to flavor, cutting techniques, recipes and more. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Edible EdVentures Camp

June 9-13, July 21-25. Ages 3-4. Campers will enjoy a unique week of using food to discover architecture, math and science. Campers will create delectable insects, devour their way through the layers of the earth and plant their own gardens. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Giggle Science Camp

June 2-6, July 14-18. Ages 3-4. Campers will experience the joy of scientific discovery by working directly with real lab equipment in EdVenture’s BioInvestigations Lab. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Storybook Smashup Camp

July 7-11. Ages 3-4. Discover the science, technology, en-

Freeway Music Camp

Girls Rock Columbia

Heathwood Hall College Essay Workshop

Heathwood Hall Comic Book Creations

July 14-18. For grades 4-12. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Fancy Friends Camp

June 16-20. For ages 3-6. Fun for fans of Fancy Nancy books. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 2317710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Graphic Novel Workshop

June 23-27. For grades 4-8. Learn how to create your own graphic story — from plot planning and storyboarding, to choosing your medium and creating the illustrations .$150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Leadership Skills for Middle School Boys

June 9-12. For grades 5-8. This camp is designed to help middle school boys learn and practice skills which are needed to develop as leaders, gain friends and personal influence in a positive and productive way. $120. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Dates TBA. Week-long day camp that exists to foster a community of girls ages 8-18 through music, performance, and various workshops. The program cultivates self-confidence, challenges gender stereotypes, and promotes positive female relationships, creativity, and leadership. Cost TBA. girlsrockcolumbia.org.

Heathwood Hall Make It & Take It Camp

Gladys’ Time Travelers

Heathwood Hall Philosophy I Camp

June 16-20. For ages 4-7. Follow the CMA’s beloved grasshopper, Gladys, through time on a tour of our galleries. Explore different time periods through art and document your travels by creating artifacts of your own. $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Go Gladys Green!

July 7-11. For ages 4-7. Hop all around the CMA galleries with Gladys and meet all of her animal friends. Use recycled materials to create your own insect-inspired pieces. $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Hammond Summer Programs

Dates and locations vary. Offers a broad array of summer programs designed for various ages and interests. Visit website for offerings. hammondschool.org.

Healthy Hands Cooking Kids Cooking Camps

Dates and locations vary. Held for 3 hours a day for four days in a row with your choice of either morning or afternoon sessions (as offered by your local instructor). healthyhandscooking.com.

Heathwood Hall 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens June 16-20. Grades 2-4.Being a teenager is both wonderful and challenging. This course is designed to merge the two. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall ABC’s of Etiquette

July 28-Aug.1. Ages 3-4. Learning manners and safety is fun in this interactive week. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Artists in Action Camp

June 9-13. Grades 2-4.Come learn, create and be inspired in this active art camp. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Adventures in the Garden

June 9-13. Grades 2-4. Learn about planting, harvesting and cooking with various foods grown at Heathwood Hall. $165. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 2317710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Book Buddies Camp

June 23-27. Grades K-2. Each day we will celebrate a favorite picture book character, from Ladybug Girl to Curious George. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Chess Camp

June 2-6. Ages 5-15. For beginners to intermediate level players. $265-$420. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Dance Camp

June 16-20. For grades 2-5. Dream it! Plan It! Make It! Take It! Join Lower School teachers Kim Bain and Natalie Ashenfelter as we invent to our heart’s content. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org. Online course. For grades 11-12. This course explores traditional philosophical issues. $500 plus books. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Spanish Review

June 23-27, July 28-Aug. 1. For grades 8-12. Games, skits and teamwork make this Spanish review fun!. $300. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Storybook Adventures Camp

July 14-18. Ages 3-6. Storybook characters provide fun themes for each day’s fun activities. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Study Skills Camp

July 21-25. For grades 5-7. All the tools for an organized and successful school year are taught and provided in this camp. $250. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall World Religions Camp

Online course. For grades 10-12. This course is designed to focus on the commonality between different religious traditions. $500 plus books. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall You Take the Cake!

July 14-18. For grades 3-4. This session introduces basic baking and decorating techniques while giving young chefs the added skills they need to make their cupcakes special. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 2317710, heathwood.org.

Heroes and Villains July 7-11 For ages 8-12. Learn the basics of comic book

creation as you sketch, develop storylines, and ink your own comics. Gain basic design concepts and skills in figure drawing and perspective. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Historic Columbia’s Presidential Summer Camp

June 23-27, July 7-11. For ages 8-12. Take an adventure in time. History will come to life through interactive games. $200; $160 members. Robert Mills House: 1616 Blanding Street 252-1770, historiccolumbia.org.

Katie & Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center June 9-Aug. 15. Weekly day camp. 787-2023, jcccolumbia.org.

Mad Platter Camp Van Gogh Go

For ages 3-6, 7-9, 10-plus. Various weeklong art camps in a variety of themes and topics. Visit website for complete listing. $75-$165. The Mad Platter: 3101 Millwood Ave. mymadplatter.com.

July 7-11. Ages 3-6. Children will experience and learn new and exciting dance genres. They will have the

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Summer Programs Hammond offers a broad array of summer programs designed for every age and interest. Whether you’re seeking a full-day camp, interested in junior counselor training programs, or looking for supplemental academics, an athletic workshop, or want to try your hand at an art class, we’ve got something for everyone.

Summer Programs 2014

Our programs are available to students ages four-years-old through adult. If you’re a Hammond student, or simply interested in spending some time with us this summer, we invite you to apply. For more information on our Summer Programs, visit our website at hammondschool.org, or contact Kevin White, Director of Summer Programs, at 803•695•8624. HAMMOND School • 854 Galway Lane • Columbia, SC 29209 • 803.776.0295 • hammondschool.org free-times.com | Summer 2014

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Redbird Studio & Gallery Summer Clay Camp

June 9-12, June 16-19, June 23-26, July 7-12, July 14-17, July 21-24, July 28-31. For ages 5-15. Camp Includes: Hand building and the pottery wheel. Other activities: painting, drawing, games, snack and making your own camp T-shirt. $150. Redbird Studio and Gallery: 2757 Rosewood Dr. 727-2955, redbirdstudioandgallery.com.

Re-Purposed July 14-18. For ages 8-12. Find inspiration by incorporating recycled and found materials into your art, exploring both 2D and 3D techniques. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Seven Oaks Park Arts Camp

June 25-27. For ages 6-13. Basic drawing, pen and ink drawing, basic watercolor and advanced watercolor, basic acrylic, basic oil, pastel, oil and chalk, as well as 3-D art. Supplies are provided for all classes. $85. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane 772-3336, icrc.net.

South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory Ballet Intensive

July 13-Aug. 1. For stuents 11 years and older. Designed for students pursuing excellence in ballet technique and artistry. $2,500 residential; $1,400 commuter. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.

South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory Jazz & Contemporary Intensive July 13-Aug. 1. For stuents 11 years and older. Designed for students pursuing excellence in jazz and contemporary training. $2,500 residential; $1,400 commuter. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.

South Carolna Summer Dance Conservatory Princess Camp

June 16-20, June 23-27. For ages 4-6, 7-10. Classes include a variety of dance forms such as classical ballet, jazz, contemporary dance, and musical theatre, as well as special classes in acting, make-up, and dance arts and crafts. $210. USC Dance Program Studios: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.

Southern Pottery Summer Pottery Camps

Eight sessions beginning June 9. For ages 6-11, 11-15. Three hours a day for five days. Wheel throwing and

hand-built clay projects. $210; $190 before May 1. Southern Pottery Studio: 3105 Devine Street. 251-3001, southern-pottery.com.

Symphonic Safari

June 23-27. For ages 4-7. Feel the rhythm of the jungle in this music-inspired camp. Look high and low for furry and slimy friends in the museum and create your very own musical instruments and works of art inspired by the animals you find. $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Town Theatre Camps

June-July. Various ages. Several camps available , mostly revolivng around acting and theater. Theater: 1012 Sumter St. 799-2510, towntheatre.com.

Trustus Theatre

June 9-Aug. 8. Camps for grades 3-12. trustus.org.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Graphic/Digital Design

June 8-13, July 6-11. For grades 9-12, 6-9. Create original graphic design pieces with edge and impact using the industry standard tools in the Adobe Creative Suite. Partial scholarships available. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Law & Crime

June 22-27. For grades 6-9. Learn about concepts of the court system, criminal investigation, defense and prosecution. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina School of Music Drum Major Clinic

June 19-21. For high school students. Instruction and leadership classes, with an emphasis on developing fundamentals and advanced field conducting techniques. $99. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-4278.

University of South Carolina String Project Summer Day Camp

July 14-18. For ages 8-14. Daily group music instruction culminating with a Friday afternoon concert. $125. University of South Carolina String Project: 851 Park St. 777-9568, music.sc.edu.

University of South Carolina Summer Drama Conservatory

June 7-27. For grades 1-12. Providing aspiring theatre artists with a challenging, stimulating and fun training and performance experience. Four age divisions. $200-$600. 777-1277, artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea.

Walk Like an Egyptian

June 16-20. Learn to walk like an Egyptian all around the CMA galleries! Crack the Pharaoh’s code and create your own papyrus scroll. $160; $128 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org..

What’s Your Story

June 16-20. For ages 8-12. Learn how the pros write and illustrate picture books. $160; $128 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

math & science Challenger Center Astronaut Academy

June 9-12. For ages 8-12. Explore robotics and rocketry and aviation as you prepare for your first mission! Campers will construct a robot and a model rocket with an engine that they can keep after launch. They will also fly a full Space Mission, visit the e-Planetarium, and fly planes with our flight simulators. $180. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Intro to Aviation

June 9-10, June 11-12. For ages 11-14, 14-18. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Aviation Academy

June 2-5. For ages 11-14. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 9293951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Intermediate Aviation June 23-24. For ages 11-18. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 9293951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Advanced Aviation

June 25-26. For ages 11-18. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of

regional camps Sponsored Listings Camp Kanuga Hendersonville, N.C. Camp Kanuga is a traditional summer camp for boys and girls ages 7-15 located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. Campers build independence and self-confidence while learning the importance of respect towards each other and the world around them. They form lifelong friendships, experience new adventures and explore their faith in a welcoming Christian community. Contact: Director David Schnitzer, 828-692-9136 or david.schnitzer@kanuga.org, campkanuga.org.

Falling Creek Camp Tuxedo, N.C. Yates and Marisa Pharr, Directors. Falling Creek Camp is a traditional residential summer camp for boys, founded on Christian values. Located in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, we are a community of 312 campers and over 140 dedicated staff. Sessions range from 1 week to 4 weeks, for boys in grades 1-10. Contact: fallingcreek.com, 828-692-0262, mail@fallingcreek.com.

Keystone Camp for Girls   Brevard, N.C.  Welcome to Keystone Camp, the oldest girls summer camp in the Southeast. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains is a place for girls where friendships bloom, where adventure waits around every bend, where imagination and curiosity flourish, and where summers are sweet and live long in your memory. In this magical place, the only thing you have to be is yourself. Since 1916, Keystone Camp

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Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 9293951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Intro Robotics Camp

July 14-15. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $100. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 9293951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Advanced Robotics Camp

July 16-17. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $100. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 9293951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Advanced Robotics Camp

July 24. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $50. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Intro Rocket Camp

June 16-17, June 23-24. For ages 11-14, 14-18. Be a rocket scientist! Learn how to build and launch rockets! $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Intermediate Rocket Camp

June 18-19, June 25-26. For ages 11-14, 14-18. Be a rocket scientist! Learn how to build and launch rockets! $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Rocket Fundamentals July 22. For ages 8-11. Be a rocket scientist! Learn how to build and launch rockets! $35. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Advanced Rocket Camp

July 23. For ages 11-18. Be a rocket scientist! Learn how to build and launch rockets! $35. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

EdVenture MakeShop BreakShop! Camp

June 2-6, July 14-18, July 28-Aug. 1. Ages 5-7. Learn how to make your very own bath supplies and the science behind them. Campers will make bath crayons, masks, scrubs, bubble bath, soaps, and even perfumes. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

has encouraged and supported girls to become strong individuals. Teaching Keystone campers life-long skills and values in a fun and nurturing environment is the hallmark of the Keystone Camp experience. Keystone camp for girls strives to develop the total girl on an individual basis, offering excellent programs in horsemanship, daily horseback riding, tennis, land sports, water sports on two lakes, gymnastics, arts and crafts, dramatics, rock climbing and hiking in Pisgah National Forest. Contact: 828-884-9125, office@keystonecamp.com, keystonecamp.com.

The Mountain Retreat & Learning Centers Inc. Highlands, N.C. Nestled atop a granite cliff in western North Carolina, Mountain Camp is not just any camp. We offer a perfect balance between traditional summer camp activities and character development. What our program provides is an investment in your child’s future. Opportunities abound in a safe environment with professional staff. Spend the summer in a community where shared values make all the difference! Contact: kerry.keys@mountaincenters. org, 828-526-5838 x253, mountaincenters.org.

YMCA Camp Greenville Greenville, S.C. High atop the Blue Ridge Mountains sits one of the most spectacular Y camps. Amazing staff, strong Christian values and 1,400 mountaintop acres make Camp Greenville a place where futures get inspired! The program options include classic traditional week for 7-15 year olds, one- or two-week adventure programs for 10-17 year olds, equestrian programs for 10-15 year olds and leadership development programs for 15-17 year olds. Contact: 864-242-1111 x34, campgreenville.org.

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The 4th annual Carolina Opera Experience 2013

2014 Presented by Opera at USC and FBN Productions, Inc. A day camp at of South Carolina School ofInc. Music Presented byUniversity Opera at USC and FBN Productions, A day camp of South Carolina School of Music th at University th For rising 5 -10 graders Faculty: Ellen Douglas Schlaefer: Director of Opera Studies, USC School • $35 non-refundable deposit (or full fee of $185) of Music, Anna Dragoni: dance, musical theatre, John Valerio: composer, pianist, Opera Camp highlights: DMA Temple University and Members • Classes in the making of an opera and graduates of Opera at USC • Acting workshops • Singing instruction Fee Deadline: July 1st USC School of Music, Opera at USC • Performance opportunities Carolina Opera Experience, • Exploration of plot, setting, and 813 Assembly St., Columbia, SC 29208 characters of opera

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• Morning and Evening Clsasses Eight 40-minute classes during two week session • $35 Monthly Weekend Only Classes June or July Ask about our pool party rentals

June 9 - August 15 7am - 6pm Daily

Cost: $105 / Week Non Resident $90 / Week Resident

USC String Project Summer Camp July 14-18, 2014 We promote the excitement of developing skills on an orchestral stringed instrument! Daily group music instruction culminates with a concert. Open to all school-aged students with a minimum of one year of experience. $125

Registration Starts April 1 until filled

ACTIVITIES: Daily Swimming Weekly Cookouts Weekly Field Trips Arts & Crafts Board Games Outdoor Activities

For more information and to register: www.sc.edu/music/summer-string-project 813 Park Street, Columbia, SC 29208 uscsp@mozart.sc.edu / 803-777-9568

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THERE’S A CAMP FOR THAT Summer Camp YMCA of Columbia

Build a Lego® skyscraper, swim like a dolphin, play soccer like a pro. This year, there are plenty of fun summer camp options are at the Y.

EdVenture Spa Science Camp

June 2-6, July 7-11. Ages 8-10. Campers will use real tools to bring their unique ideas to life. Learn all about electronics, circuitry, and how we can bring all of these scientific ideas together to create art. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

planet’s crust. Experiment with the formation and qualities of rocks common to our planet, delve into garbology as we think about where our trash goes and how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and explore paleontology and archaeology. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Five-Alarm Fire Camp

EdVenture Up in Smoke Camp

June 2-6, July 28-Aug. 1. Ages 11-12. Campers will visit the South Carolina Fire Academy and participate in a real recruit school. A graduation ceremony will be held at the end of the week. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

July 28-Aug. 1. Ages 3-4. Your camper will use real lab equipment to take a closer look at kitchen science and dissect their diet, including its effects on their body. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture The Living World Camp

July 28-Aug. 1. Ages 8-10. We’ll be discovering the physics of mechanical waves when investigating music and sound. Campers will delve into electromagnetic waves and discover their place in the world of visual arts. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

June 9-13, July 7-11. Ages 5-7. Young investigators will take a closer look at the microbes all around them. Campers will learn to use a microscope, make DNA bracelets, and explore cellular structures and more. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Four-Alarm Fire Camp

June 9-13. Ages 8-10. Campers will visit the South Carolina Fire Academy and participate in a real recruit school. A graduation ceremony will be held at the end of the week. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture MakeShop Camp

July 8-12. Ages 11-12. Creativity comes together in our unique makeshop where campers learn to use their noggins to solve a series of everyday problems. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Mini-Makers Camp

Register online or at any area YMCA.

Visit columbiaymca.org for more information.

June 16-20, Aug. 4-8. Ages 3-4. Campers will unleash their imagination in this fun week of creative thinking as they make things, take them apart, and share their knowledge. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Three-Alarm Fire Camp

June 16-20, July 21-25, Aug. 5-7. Ages 3-4. Take a seat on our 24-foot fire truck during this sizzling week of firefighting fun. Three-alarm campers will learn the science behind fire behavior, how to be safe around fire, what to do during a fire, and how to call 911. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Bio Lab Detective Camp

June 16-20. Ages 8-10. Campers will learn to properly and safely use various medical and scientific lab equipment including microscopes, micropipettes, and sphygmomanometers. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Where the Wild Things Are Camp

Building Bridges through Values and Leadership

Weekly Day Camp June 9 - August 15

Early Drop Off & Late Pick-Up Available JCC Member Discounts* Early Bird & Sibling Discounts*

Dynamic Programs for Campers

3 Years Old - Rising 9th Graders (including leadership training for our older campers) *Registration Forms Online jcccolumbia.org or Call (803) 787-2023 ext. 206

professional staff | safe, nurturing environment daily swimming | youth fitness | field trips for older campers

EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Katie & Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center 306 Flora Drive, Columbia 29223

June 23-27. Ages 3-4. Campers will investigate natural habitats and the organisms living right outside their door. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Camp Make!

June 23-27. Ages 3-4. Devoted to exploration and creativity. Your little tinkerer will experience what it’s like to design and create their very own products. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture BioGene-ius! Camp

June 23-27, Aug. 4-8. Ages 11-12. Campers will learn to properly use professional lab equipment to perform advanced DNA discoveries as they make DNA models, breed fruit flies and predict the traits of their offspring, and analyze their very own genome. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Robotastic MMXIV Camp

July 14-18. Ages 8-10. Explore robotics technology in our new and improved robotics camp! Kids will use laptops throughout the week as they build and program their very own robot. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Molecular Munchables Camp

July 21-25. Ages 8-10. Your camper will use real lab equipment to take a closer look at kitchen science and dissect their diet, including its effects on their body. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Molecular Munchables Camp

July 21-25. Ages 11-12. Explore the science beneath our

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Engineering for Kids Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense Game

July 7-11. Campers use Multimedia Fusion 2 to create their own video game from start to finish. Whether firing marshmallows or missiles, young game designers will program characters to survive waves of enemy attacks in order to reach each level. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids Game Design: Racing Games July 14-18. Campers use Multimedia Fusion 2 to create their own video game. Students design a racetrack, race cars and an environment in which their cars compete. At the end of the class, campers take home a copy of the game they create. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids The Engineering of Food

July 14-18. Campers will create their very own food production company. Girls only. You know, because boys don’t cook. Right? $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids Heroes Week

July 7-11. To protect the world and save mankind in the process, campers will join a league of heroes and compete in engineering-related challenges, such as saving an ecosystem from a potentially lethal oil spill. Only one group will end the week as the ultimate league of super heroes. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids LEGO How Amusing

June 16-20. With the goal of creating the most fantastic theme park experience ever, campers compete on teams in engineering-related contests. At the end of the week, only one team will win the prestigious honor of having created the world’s next great amusement park. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids LEGO Mindstorm

June 16-20. Using LEGO Robotics, campers design, program, and control fully functional robotic models in a series of real-life activities. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids LEGO Rescue Mission

June 23-27, July 21-25. Using LEGO Robotics, computers and teamwork, campers design and program robots to respond to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieving targets. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids Momentum Madness

July 14-18. Campers work with their Pit Crew to design and build vehicles, such as dragsters and hovering levitrons, able to withstand astonishing speeds. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Engineering for Kids Survivor: Engineer’s Cove

June 23-27, July 21-25. Stranded on an abandoned island, surrounded by danger, darkness, cold temperatures and wild animals, campers compete as tribes in engineeringrelated challenges to survive and eventually escape the harsh island conditions. $220; $130 half day; $115-$200 members. South Carolina State Museum: 301 Gervais St. 574-9198, engineeringforkids.net.

Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics GoSciTech Summer Camp

June 15-21, June 22-28, July 6-12, July 13-19. For grades 8-10. Courses offered include, but are not limited to: Game

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Theory, Science of Music, Engineering, the Search for Life Out There, CSI, Codes & Cryptography, Marine Biology, and Science & the Law. $725. scgssm.org/goscitech.

July 21-24. For grades 7-8. Inspires students to pursue careers in the fields of computer science, technology and entrepreneurship through hands-on, team-based projects. Free. Lexington Technology Center: 2421 Augusta Rd. Richland County dates and location TBD. scgssm.org/programs-clubs/iteams.

Hammond Summer Programs

Dates and locations vary. Offers a broad array of summer programs designed for various ages and interests. Visit website for offerings. hammondschool.org.

Heathwood Hall Algebra I, II & Geometry Review Camp

June 16-20. For grades 9-11. Get ready for your next level of math and review for a strong start next year. $200. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Chemistry Camp

July 28-Aug. 1. For grades 5-8. Experiments make learning about reactions and electrochemistry fun! $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

June 16-20. For grades 5-6. Decimals, fractions and computation, oh my! Math can be fun and exciting!. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Mythbusters Jr Camp

June 7-11. For grades 2-5. Perform multiple experiments that will reveal if these and other myths are confirmed or busted!. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Robotics Camp

June 16-20. For grades 3-4. Create robots using the latest LEGO technology. $175. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall SAT Math Prep Camp

July 14-20. For grades 10-12 $175. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Video Game Creation Camp

June 2-6. Ages 8-15. Learn what it takes to create your own video game. $290-$455. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Kodu Video Game Creation Camp

Heathwood Hall Critters Camp

June 2-6. Ages 8-15. Children as young as 7 years old can build their very own video game. Kodu, designed by a team from Microsoft, is an easy to learn and fun way to create a unique video game $290-$455. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall LEGO City Camp

June 23-27. For grades 1-2. Create cities and systems with LEGOs and technology. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Ready, Set, 1st Grade! July 28-Aug.1. Grade 1. Review and practice skills that will support your child as they transition from kindergarten to first grade. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Math Matters Camp

Heathwood Hall Sizzle Into 2nd Grade

July 21-25. For grades K-4. Come ready to learn about the different critters that live all around us in this hands-on week of adventurous learning. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

July 28-Aug. 1. For grades 1-4. Games, challenges and practice will help you master math in a fun way! $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Prepping for Algebra Camp

July 21-25. For grades 7-8. This is a review of pre-algebra to help you succeed in your first Algebra class. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

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Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics iTeams Summer camp

Heathwood Hall Prepping for Middle School Math Camp

July 28-Aug.1. Grade 2. Review and practice skills that will support your child as they transition from first to second grade. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Mad Science Summer Camps

Weekly educational camps for children. Multiple locations. 2014 dates TBD. 739-2122, midlands.madscience.org.

Three Age Groups 3-6 • 7-9 • 10 & up Classes Start in June 3101 MILLWOOD AVE. • 771.8080 • www.MyMadPlatter.com

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Camp out with me at 701 CCA Summer Art Workshops June 9 – August 9, 2014 9 am – 1 pm Ages from 6 – 17

Variety of workshops for young artists Drawing · Painting · Ceramics New workshops each week Materials included with each workshop. All skill levels welcome at every workshop! For more information and to register visit www.701cca.org Panda by Marius Valdes

Celebrating Young Artists! Festival

August 17, 2014

Join us at 701 Center for Contemporary Art for our end of summer festival to celebrate young artists in our community! The event will showcase selected works from each young artist attending our 701 CCA Summer Art Workshops in an exhibition in the Market at 701 Whaley. Come celebrate the arts with art making, games, music and much more!

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Pharmacy

June 8-13. For grades 9-12. Discover what it takes to become a pharmacist. You’ll see that pharmacists work in communities, in educational institutions, for drug manufacturers, for hospitals, and with nuclear medicine to build patient records and medical files. Partial scholarships available. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 7779444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Aviation — Learn to Fly, Be a Pilot

June 15-20, July 13-18. For grades 6-9, 9-12. Go through a pilot training course taught by a certified flight instructor where you will learn the same information and perform the same flight maneuvers as a student pilot going through flight school. Partial scholarships available. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/ adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Robot Programming with Scratch

June 15-20. For grades 6-9. Learn how to program robots using the Scratch programming environment. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Physics

June 15-20. For grades 6-9. Dive into the world of physics by studying matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Computer Gaming

June 22-27, July 6-11. For grades 9-12, 6-9. Use Adobe Flash to learn the skills behind graphics, modeling, animation, multi-level game design, artificial intelligence and basic programming techniques. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Neuro science

June 22-27. For grades 9-12. You will cover the basic concepts in neuroscience with an emphasis on the relationship of brain to behavior. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Medicine: Cardiology

June 22-27. For grades 10-12. Unravel the mysteries of the heart from its development to its disease processes and novel ways to treat these including the use of tissue engineering and stem cells. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Health Sciences/Professions

July 6-11. For grades 6-9. Explore a variety of health professions to determine which area you might like to pursue. Learn about the work of doctors, nurses, and physical and occupational therapists and master the basic anatomy of the human body. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Vex Robotics

July 6-11. For grades 6-9. Learn how robots think, sense, and function before designing and building one using the Vex Robotics Design System. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Engineering & Computing

July 13-18. For grades 9-12. Learn about different types of engineering and computer science, and what engineers and computer scientists really do. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures of Medicine: Functional Anatomy Also Offering

study ballet or jazz/contemporary ages 11+

APPLY TODAY!

VISIT ARTSANDSCIENCES.SC.EDU/DANCE OR CALL 803-777-7264

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Princess & Pirate Camps JUNE 16-27 For Girls & Boys Ages 4-10

July 13-18. For grades 10-12. You will work with a variety of clinicians, athletes and adven who will share their passion for their career choice but most importantly share with you why understanding functional anatomy is crucial. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

sports & recreation Chapin Football Camp

July 21-24. For ages 8-16. Camp includes instruction on individual techniques of offensive line play, quarterback/ running back play, receiver play, defensive line play, linebacker play, and defensive back play plus all phases of kicking. $70. Venue TBD. icrc.net.

Chapin Rugby Camp

June 23-27. For ages 9-14. The objective of the camp is to teach basic fundamentals of rugby, provide a competitive environment, teach teamwork, and provide an end-of-the-week mini tournament for participants. $100. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Dawn Staley Basketball Academy 2014 Summer Camps

June 16-19. For girls grades 6-12. Intense basketball instruction, development and competition designed to develop and improve campers’ individual basketball skills. $250. 777-0371, dawnstaleybasketballcamp.com.

Dawn Staley Basketball Academy Little Gamecock Day Camp

June 23-26. For grades 1-5. Two-day camp designed to provide the necessary skills foundation in a positive and fun environment. $175; $100 half day. 777-0371, dawnstaleybasketballcamp.com.

Frank Martin Basketball Camps

Various camps for various age and skill levels. Visit website for details. frankmartinbasketballcamps.com.

Gamecock Baseball Youth Day Camps

June 9-13, June 16-20, June 23-27, July 7-11. For ages 7-12. Through individual instruction, group instruction and game experience, the camp will aid each participant in developing their baseball skills. Campers will work on hitting, throwing, fielding, base running and basics of baseball. $250. Carolina Stadium: 431 Williams St. southcarolinabaseballcamps.com.

Gamecock Baseball Skills Camp

July 11-13. For ages 13 and up. This camp will focus on the development of each player’s offensive and defensive abilities along with the opportunity to showcase the camper’s skills in live games. Players will be broken down and evaluated individually and coached through drill work and games.$325. Carolina Stadium: 431 Williams St. southcarolinabaseballcamps.com.

Gamecock Swimming Starts, Turns & Breakouts Camp

June 19-21, June 24-26. For ages 8-18. Focuses specifically on the highly athletic motions and fundamental biomechanics of starts, turns, and breakouts. $345 residential; $320 commuter. gamecockswimcamp.com.

Gamecock Swimming Technique Camp

June 21-24. For ages 8-18. Designed to teach fundamental and advanced stroke skills for all four strokes. Swimmers will learn new techniques to make their swimming easier and faster. $545 residential; $495 commuter. gamecockswimcamp.com.

Gamecock Swimming Training Camp

June 21-24. For ages 8-18. Training focuses on intensive conditioning, thorough instruction and analysis of all four strokes. $545 residential; $495 commuter. gamecockswimcamp.com.

Gamecock Volleyball Gamecock Academy

April 28, 30, May 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 and 28. For grades 6-12. Gamecock Academy will feature advanced instruction mixed with tons of repetition that will help you prepare for your next championship season. $30 a session. scvolleyballcamps.com.

Gamecock Volleyball Volley-School

May 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. For ages six 6-10. This camp will cover all basic fundamentals of the game while having a great time playing volleyball with the Gamecocks! Have fun, play games and enjoy new and exciting ways to learn the game of volleyball. $30 a session. scvolleyballcamps.com.

Gamecock Volleyball Elite Skills Camp

July 14-15. Designed for elite level volleyball players who want to prepare for collegiate volleyball. $180. scvolleyballcamps.com.

Gamecock Volleyball Skill Academies

April 29, May 6, 13, 20 and 27. For intermediate and experienced levels. Choose from Serving Academy and Speed & Conditioning Academy. $15 a session. scvolleyballcamps.com.

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JOIN US THIS SUMMER! Camps Available from June 2nd–August 1st with Full Day & Extended Care Options. Heathwood Hall offers an extensive summer program for students age 3 through 12th grade: ADVENTURE: Kayaking, Climbing Adventure & Adventures Abound • ACADEMICS: Chemistry, Math Matters, Algebra/Algebra Prep, SAT Math Prep, Study Skills, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Students & College Essay Workshop • ATHLETICS: Baseball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Basketball, Archery, Volleyball, Cheer, Dance, Fencing & Football • ARTS & SCIENCE: Fancy Friends, Artists in Action, Garden Sprouts, Robotics, American Girls, Mythbusters, Chess, Comic Book Creations, Cake Decorating, Leadership Skills, ABC’s of Etiquette, Safe Sitter, Critter Camp, Storybook Adventure, LEGO City, Video Game Creation, Book Buddies, Graphic Novel Workshop, Video Editing & Graphic Arts Come join the fun! Register online at www.heathwood.org/summer. Questions? Call 803.231.7710 or email camps@heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall • 3000 South Beltline Boulevard • Columbia, South Carolina • 29201

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George Bryan Golf Camps

Various dates in June. Camps for various age and experience levels. Designed for beginner to intermediate golfers. 1080 Mt Vernon Church Road; 781-2063, georgebryangolfacademy.com.

Heathwood Hall Archery and Outdoor Skills Camp

July 23-27. For grades 3-8. Join the PEAK Outdoor Staff as we learn to master the skill of archery like Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games. $175. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Baseball Camp

Heathwood Hall Fencing Camp

July 28-Aug. 1. For grades 5-12. Learn the basics of fencing with an experienced coach. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Football Camp

July 14-18. For grades 2-5. Rich Edwards gives players skills, drills and fun challenges to improve their play. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Graphic Art and Multimedia Camp

June 2-6. For grades 5-8. This camp will provide excellent baseball instruction for campers looking to learn the game or simply refine their skills. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

July 21-25 For grades 7-12. Will teach campers to use scanners, digital cameras, and the internet to capture graphics, and then import them into their projects. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Boys Basketball Camp

Heathwood Hall Highlander Sports Camp

June 23-27. For grades 5-8. Coach Jeff Whalen helps take your game to the next level. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Boys Lacrosse Camp

June 23-27. For grades 1-6. Play a multitude of sports in the morning, take a sports-related field trip in the afternoon. $240. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

June 9-13. For grades 2-12. Top notch lacrosse instruction with college- and pro-level coaching staff. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall MS Football Camp

Heathwood Hall Cheer Camp

June 9-13 For grades K-6. Coach Curtis Player teaches soccer skills and fundamentals. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, camps@heathwood.org.

July 7-11. For grades K-4. Learn cheers and routines and make fun crafts! $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Climbing Adventure Camp

July 7-11. For grades 3-8. Under the direction of Stan Wood and the staff at the PEAK Outdoor Center, campers will learn climbing skills on Heathwood’s 50-foot Alpine Tower and Odyssey ropes course. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Coed Basketball Camp

July 28-Aug.1. For grades 1-6. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Coed Volleyball Camp

July 14-18 For grades 3-8. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

July 7-11 For grades 6-7. $135. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Soccer Camp

Heathwood Hall Tennis Camp

June 2-6. For grades K-4. Fun games and quick-start training pairs tennis success and fun. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Wrestling Camp

July 21-25. For grades K-4. Fun games and quick-start training pairs tennis success and fun. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Video Editing Camp

July 21-25. For grades 7-12. Learn the technical skills needed for digital picture enhancement with an emphasis on making your video look good as well as learning the technical aspects of the process. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Kayaking Adventure

June 16-20. For grades 5-8. Learn excellent paddling and safety skills and build confidence on the water. $175. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Kellie Herndon Soccer Camp

July 15-18. For ages 4-5, 6-18. Includes game fundamentals, individual skills, tactics, shooting, passing, dribbling, and trapping. Campers should wear cleats and bring tennis shoes, a soccer ball and a water bottle. $70; $83 nonresident. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Mark Berson Carolina Soccer Camp

June 23-27, July 28-Aug. 1. For boys ages 5-16. Designed to teach individual skills, tactics, and fundamentals of team play. $270; $160 half day. markbersoncarolinasoccercamp.com.

Mark Berson Carolina Soccer Identification and Super Elite Camp

June 27-29, Aug. 1-3 For boys ages 14-19. Includes special and exclusive sessions in the areas of soccer nutrition, strength, conditioning and agility training, proper pregame and post game warm-up routines, along with videotape analysis of each player in matches. $565 residential; $520 commuter. markbersoncarolinasoccercamp.com.

Mark Berson Carolina Soccer Junior Residential Camp

June 27-29, Aug. 1-3. For boys ages 9-13. Designed to give players the proper blend of instruction and match competition; emphasizes technique, tactics, and small-sided play. $485 residential; $445 commuter. markbersoncarolinasoccercamp.com.

Mark Berson Carolina Soccer Senior Residential Camp

June 27-29, Aug. 1-3. For boys ages 14-19. intensive accelerated soccer environment for the experienced player; emphasizes technique, tactics, and small-sided play. $485 residential; $445 commuter. markbersoncarolinasoccercamp.com.

Phil Savitz Soccer Camp

July 7-10. For ages 4-5. Teaches game fundamentals, individual skills, tactics and more. Wear tennis shoes; bring a soccer ball and water bottle daily. $45. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane 772-3336, icrc.net.

Plex Summer Camps

Dates TBA. Activities include ice skating, skateboarding, archery, swimming, water park trips, bowling, golf, zoo trips, rock climbing, public library trips, daily arts & craft projects, movies, miniature golf, canoeing, horseback riding, disk golf, tumbling, Zumba, line dancing and trips to the park. Sports camps include soccer, ice hockey, inline hockey, basketball, football, skateboarding, lacrosse, volleyball, tennis, broomball, archery, golf, gymnastics, cheerleading, karate, tae kwondo and karate. Visit website for full listings. $170 per week. plexindoorsports.com.

Seven Oaks Park Fishing Camp

June 23-27, July 7-11, July 21-25, Aug. 4-8. Ages 6-13. Learn basic fishing skills & techniques for bass and striper fishing from a professional. $75; $88 nonresidents. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane, 772-3336, icrc.net.

Seven Oaks Park Itty Bitty Gymnastics Camp

July 14-17 Ages 2-5. Tumbling, balance beam, vaulting, parallel bars and more. $65; $78 nonresident. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane, 772-3336, icrc.net.

Seven Oaks Park KidFit Basketball Camp

June 23-26. For ages 5-8. Give your child a head start on the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, ball handling, shooting, defense, and more. $65; $78 nonresident. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane, 772-3336, icrc.net.

Shelley Smith South Carolina Soccer School

June 23-27, July 21-25. For girls grades 5-12. For beginning to advanced soccer players; provides a positive learning environment through technical work and game/match play for all participants. $250 full day; $150 half day. carolinasoccerschool.com.

South Carolina United FC Recreational Soccer Camp East

June 9-13. For ages 4-14. Daily technical skills sessions and small-sided games. $85. Spring Valley Presbyterian Church: 125 Sparkleberry Lane. southcarolinaunitedfc.com.

South Carolina United FC Recreational Soccer Camp Northwest

June 16-20. For ages 4-14. Daily technical skills sessions and small-sided games. $85. Northwest YMCA Fields: 1501 Kennerly Road. southcarolinaunitedfc.com.

Summer Fun at the CMA This summer, the CMA is offering a variety of unique camps to capture the interest of any young artist. Having your child participate in our summer camps is a great way for them to think creatively, practice problem-solving skills, and have fun! 24 Week-Long Camps Offered June - August Ages 4-7: $135 / $108 for Dual/Family Members and above Ages 8-12: $160 / $128 for Dual/Family Members and above Ages 13-18: $190 / $152 for Dual/Family Members and above

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Register Before May 1 & Receive Free 2014 Season Ticket Register for both sessions and save $25 on your second session. Team discounts are available for groups of 6 or more.

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South Carolina United FC Recreational Soccer Camp Jeep Rogers YMCA

June 23-27. For ages 4-14. Daily technical skills sessions and small-sided games. $85. Jeep Rogers YMCA: 900 Lake Carolina Blvd. southcarolinaunitedfc.com.

South Carolina United FC Recreational Soccer Camp Downtown

July 21-27. For ages 4-14. Daily technical skills sessions and small-sided games. $85. Owens Field: 1351 Jim Hamilton Blvd. southcarolinaunitedfc.com.

South Carolina United FC Recreational Soccer Camp West

Aug. 4-8. For ages 4-14. Daily technical skills sessions and small-sided games. BB&T Complex & Ballentine Field: 1009 Bickley Rd. $85. southcarolinaunitedfc.com.

Steve Spurrier Football Camps

Multiple dates in June and July. Sessions geared to multiple experience levels, ages, and positions. Williams-Brice Stadium: 1125 George Rogers Blvd. gamecocksonline.com.

traditional & multi-disciplinary Bethel Christian Camp

Offers day camps and adventure camps for kids aged 6-16. Various age groupings and camp dates. Visit web site for complete listings. $145 day camp; $253 residential. Bethel Christian Camp: 750 Boy Scout Rd. bethelchristiancamp.org.

Camp Cherokee

June 8-14, June 15-21, June 22-28, June 29-July 5, July 6-9, July 13-19, July 20-26, July 27-Aug. 2, Aug. 3-9. For ages 6-14. Sailing, wall climbing, canoeing, zip lining, archery, more. $410; $375 members. Kings Mountain State Park: Blacksburg, S.C. campcherokee.org.

Camp Gesher

Various sessions. Weekly day camp. Through valuesbased character education, campers will form a positive relationship with and learn about: Jewish life and world cultures; swimming and fitnes; arts and crafts; nature and gardening; drama and music; team sports and informal group games. Katie & Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center: 306 Flora Dr. jcccolumbia.org.

Camp Tana

June 16-20 July 14-18. Canoeing, swimming, hiking, arts and crafts. $275. Camp Tana: 564 Pleasant View Dr. 3182667, camptana.com.

Hammond Summer Programs

Hammond offers a wide selection of summer programs for students and adults throughout the community. Whether it’s learning a new and exciting skill, exploring outdoors, or preparing for the upcoming academic year, Hammond has a program for all ages and interests. Tuition varies. hammondschool.org.

Heathwood Hall Adventures Abound Camp

July 21-25. Grades K-2. For the adventurous sort, this week is filled with scavenger and treasure hunts. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall American Girls Camp

July 14-18. For grades 1-4. Learn history through the games, food, dress-ups and more of the American Girls’ book series. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Safe Sitter Camp

July 21-24. For ages 11-13. In this four-day class, you will gain the skills needed to do the job well and earn parents’ trust when babysitting. $85. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Wacky World of Fun Camp

July 22-26. For ages 3-4. Water play day, pajama & pancake day and other play themes make for fun!. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Highlander Day Camp

June 2-Aug. 1. Weekly day camp. Experienced teachers guide age-appropriate groups of campers, ages 3 years through sixth grade through a fun-filled day of activities. Arts & crafts, science, drama, nature explorations, field trips and swimming help your child grow and have a memorable summer!. $195 full day; $110 half day. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. heathwood.org/ summer.

Richland County Recreation Commission Summer Camp of Adventure

Dates TBD. Full-day camps. Kids will have great adventures with the Richland County Recreation Commission’s Summer Adventures Camps. Offers great activities, field trips and educational experiences; hands-on math and science instruction, hot and healthy lunches, technology education, health and fitness activities. 754-6720, richlandcountyrecreation.com.

Riverbanks Zoo Sprout Camp

June 10-12, June 17-19, June 24-26, July 1-3, July 8-10, July 15-17, July 22-24, July 29-31, Aug. 5-7, Aug. 12-14. Ages 3-4. Three-day preschool camp. $114; $84 members. Riverbanks Zoo & Garden: I-126 and Greystone Blvd. 7798717, riverbanks.org.

Riverbanks Zoo Kindercamp

June 9-13, June 16-20, June 23-27, June 30-July 3, July 7-11, July 14-18, July 21-25, July 28-Aug.1, Aug. 4-8, Aug. 11-15. Ages 4-5. Week-long preschool camp. $190; $120 members. Shortened holiday week discounted. Riverbanks Zoo & Garden: I-126 and Greystone Blvd. 779-8717, riverbanks.org.

Riverbanks Zoo Wild Weeks

June 9-13, June 16-20, June 23-27, June 30-July 3, July 7-11, July 14-18, July 21-25, July 28-Aug.1, Aug. 4-8, Aug. 11-15. For ages 6-11. Earth-friendly summer camp; campers learn about wildlife and the world around them through crafts, games, keeper talks, live animal encounters and more. $255; $185 members. Shortened holiday week discounted. Riverbanks Zoo & Garden: I-126 and Greystone Blvd. 779-8717, riverbanks.org.

Saluda Shoals Park Bugs and Beasties Camp

South Carolina Railroad Museum

Charters for parties, historical and informational trips. Educational experiences. Can cater your needs. South Carolina Railroad Museum: 110 Industrial Park Road, Winnsboro. Varies. scrm.org.

University Test Prep SAT/ACT Courses

Dates vary. For high school students. Comprehensive SAT and ACT test preparation. $499. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/testing.

YMCA Counselors in Training Camp

June 8-Aug. 9. Ages 3-4. Multiple sessions at the Downtown, Jeep Rogers, Lexington and Northwest locations. $70; $55 members. columbiaymca.org

YMCA Preschool Explorers Camp

June 9-Aug. 15. Ages 14-16. Program provides teens with training in how to use effective leadership skills throughout their lives and how to effectively lead children. $70; $50 members. columbiaymca.org.

YMCA Half Day Specialty Camps

June 9-Aug. 15. For ages 6-11. Specialty camps include Cheertastic, Basketball, Tennis Camp, Ultimate Sports, Pokemon vs. Beyblade, Engineering Camp, Science Camp, Flag Football, Triathlon Camp, SC United Soccer, Art Camp, Fashionista, and Lego Camp. Jeep Rogers, Lexington and Northwest locations. $120; $75 members. columbiaymca.org.

YMCA Half Day Specialty Camps

June 9-Aug. 15. For ages 6-11. Fairy tale story complete with singing, dancing, costumes, etiquette. $230; $180 members. columbiaymca.org.

YMCA Teen Camp

June 9-Aug. 15. For ages12-14. At the Downtown, Jeep Rogers and Northwest locations, as well as the Friendship Baptist Church. $155; $105 members. columbiaymca.org.

YMCA Traditional Day Camp

June 9-Aug. 15. For grades 5-11. At the Jeep Rogers, Lexington and Northwest locations. $155; $105 members. columbiaymca.org.

TBA For ages 3-5. Enter the weird and wacky world of small critters. Play games, sing songs, and make a craft. Price TBD. Saluda Shoals Park: 5605 Bush River Rd. 7721228, icrc.net.

FUN FOR A SUMMER... MEMORIES FOR A LIFETIME! Summer Resident Camp for boys and girls ages 6-14 with one and two week sessions.

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Make the University of South Carolina your premier destination this summer and experience a summer camp like no other! Attend fascinating interactive classes and participate in group projects with other academically talented students from across the country. Your journey will include experiencing student life at the university – you’ll reside in a Residence Hall, eat in campus dining and enjoy bowling, movie, trivia and karaoke nights. The one-of-a-kind Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series encourages academic excellence, healthy lifestyles and giving back to our community.

2014 ADVENTURE SERIES COURSES RISING 6TH-9TH GRADERS Adventures in Aviation-Learn to Fly, Be a Pilot Adventures in Robot Programming using Scratch Adventures in Forensic Science Adventures in Physics Adventures in Law & Crime Adventures in Vex Robotics Adventures in Computer Gaming Adventures in Graphic/Digital Design Adventures in Health Sciences/Professions

June 15-20 June 15-20 June 15-20 June 15-20 June 22-27 July 6-11 July 6-11 July 6-11 July 6-11

RISING 9TH-12TH GRADERS Adventures in Pharmacy Adventures in Graphic/Digital Design Adventures in Forensic Science Adventures in Computer Gaming Adventures in Neuroscience Adventures in Aviation-Learn to Fly, Be a Pilot Adventures in Engineering & Computing

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RISING 10TH – 12TH GRADERS Adventures in Medicine: Cardiology Adventures in Medicine: Functional Anatomy

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FOR MORE INFORMATION: Continuing Education and Conferences University of South Carolina Phone: 803.777.9444 Fax: 803.777.2663 Email: pups@mailbox.sc.edu http://saeu.sc.edu/adventures free-times.com | Summer 2014

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