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How to Register On-Line Registration 1. In order to register through On-line registration, you will need a main contact client number, a family PIN number and a credit card. 2. If you do not have a main contact client number and a family PIN number, please call (480) 503-6200. 3. Visit www.GilbertRecreation.com to register Online. Payments can be made with a Visa, Master Card or American Express Touch-Tone Registration (As of August 2012, Touch-Tone will no longer be available.) 1. If you do not have a main contact client number, individual client numbers and a family PIN, please call (480) 503-6200. 2. After calling Touch-Tone registration, (480) 503-6225, follow the recorded prompts to register for your selected classes. 3. Your registration is not complete until you enter your credit card information for payment. Payments should be made with a Visa, Master Card or American Express.

Mail-In Registration After selecting the camp you wish to register for, then: • Complete and submit the registration form on the following link: www.gilbertaz.gov/eservices/parks/pdf/RegistrationForm.pdf • Only one person per registration form. Forms may be photocopied. • Enter the class code along with other required information, i.e. name of camp. • Be sure to sign the assumption of risk waiver in ink. • Registration fees must be submitted with registration form. • If your camp choices are full, you will be placed on a wait list for that camp. Walk-In Registration Registration forms may be dropped off in person Monday-Thursday 7am-6pm to the Community Services Department, 90 E. Civic Center Drive. For directions please call (480) 503-6200 Refund and Cancellation Information *Refund Information– Requests for refunds for camps must be received 7 days prior to camp start date. Unless otherwise noted in the program description. *Please call (480) 503-6200 for more information. The Town of Gilbert has the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment. Early registration is encouraged to help prevent camp cancellation. If a camp is cancelled, participants will be notified one week prior to camp start date (unless unforeseen circumstances arise) and offered an alternative choice, if available. If no alternative is available, a full refund or credit will be issued. Refund checks require 2-3 weeks processing time.

DATES TO REMEMBER Summer Camp Session Dates: June 4-August 4 (9 weeks) Make-up Week: August 6-August 11 No Class Dates: July 4 Registration Dates: On-Line, Mail-In, and Touch-Tone: April 17

Additional camps, classes, family events, facilities, locations and hours.

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ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER STEM CAMPS Join us in discovering adventures in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and embark on a journey that will take you to the moon and beyond! These camps are designed and conducted by Arizona Science Center. DISCOVERY & INVENTION Experience a daily adventure in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, as experienced instructors from Arizona Science Center guide Jr. Scientists through projects, experiments, and educational hands-on activities guaranteed to make learning FUN! Discover and Reinvent robots, motors, kites and roller coasters! 66190 M-TH 7/30-8/2 $112 ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER STEM CAMP: TO THE MOON & BEYOND! You are going to embark on a journey that will take you to the moon and beyond! NASA wants to establish a permanent human presence on the moon and to expand space travel to Mars. Come to NASA space camp to learn about motion, force, energy and aeronautical engineering while you build space suits, launch rockets, test space crafts and explore artifacts found on the moon. You will then design Moon City. Can you survive on the moon? NASA needs your help – are you up for the challenge? 66191 M-F 7/16-7/20 $140

A fun and active Basketball Clinic for boys and girls. Participants will work on the fundamentals of basketball: dribbling, passing, shooting, and scrimmage against one another. Fun games will also be introduced to help enhance the learning skills. Participants need to wear tennis shoes and are encouraged to bring their own basketball each day. Request for refunds or credit must be made 7 days before the start of each session. $25 PER SESSION 6-8 YEARS 66186 M-F 6/11-6/15 7:45-8:45am 66187 M-F 7/9-7/13 7:45-8:45am 9-13 YEARS 66188 M-F 6/25-6/29 7:45-8:45am 66189 M-F 7/23-7/27 7:45-8:45am


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CHESS CAMP Ages 5-12 Let Your Children Out Of The House This Summer Break With Chess Wizards! Campers will learn the game of chess with experienced teachers from Chess Wizards At the end of the camp all of the students will participate in a mini chess tournament. Once the tournament is finished, All campers will receive a trophy, a Chess Wizards T-shirt, a chess board and a folder with all of the puzzles that they have completed throughout their camp experience. Lunch is not provided. Campers must bring a packed lunch. Please note a refrigerator is not available.

66232 Monday—Friday 6/25-6/29 9am-3pm SERL $325 Instructor: Chess Wizards Staff

COOKING CAMP Ages 7-13 CHRISTMAS IN JULY 7/18-7/20– 1-3:30pm Code-66222

Students will be able to make some of those fun holiday treats and sweets that somehow get missed throughout the month of December including Chocolate Toffee Candy, Chocolate Mint Pinwheel Cookies and Holiday Cheese Logs with Crackers.

SCIENCE OF BAKING 6/11-6/13-10:30am-12:30pm Code-66223

Students will be learning the background and science of baking while incorporating various nutrient packed desserts including Fresh Thyme and Chive Rolls, Homemade Cinnamon Rolls and Tuscan Bread Loaf.

WHIMSICAL CAKE POPS 6/25-6/27– 10:30am-12:30pm Code-66224 Students will be creating super-cool cake pops using many different techniques including Puppy Pops, Strawberry Pops, Barnyard Animal Pops and Owl Pops.

Cost $70 per session plus $30 Supply Fee will be collected

McQueen Park Activity Center All Sessions: Monday-Wednesday

Join us for this amazing 4 week camp as we combine dancing, gymnastics and cheer all in one. Your child will have the opportunity to learn some amazing routines and skills from talented instructors. This camp teaches social interaction and coordination. Your child will have a great time. 6-10 YEARS 66338 T/TH 7/10-8/2 1-4pm FRC $145

This 4 week camp has it all! It is a combo of singing, dancing and drama. Students will learn a variety of across the floor dance techniques, voice projection, tap, hip hop, acting skills and skits combined. Broadway here we come! Request for refund or credit must be made 7 days before the start of camp. 6-10 YEARS 66337 T/TH 6/5-6/28 1-4pm FRC $145


5 This three day camp will cover as many aspects of the game as possible including all of the pre-shot fundamentals; grip, aim, stance, posture and basic swing. Chipping, pitching, putting and driver swing instruction will follow. After a week of well rounded instruction they will know how to practice properly and be ready to tackle the golf course in the future.

Western Skies Golf Club is located at 1245 E. Warner Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85296.

Code Session Dates 66246 6/4-6/8 66247 6/11-6/15 66248 6/18-6/22 66249 6/25-6/29 66250 *7/2-7/6 66251 7/9-7/13 66252 7/16-7/20 66253 7/23-7/27 66254 7/30-8/3 * Camp will be held on 7/4

HORSEMANSHIP CAMP Participants will ride daily; learn Western riding, proper haltering techniques and grooming skills, such as: clipping and braiding, how to bathe a horse, cleaning, and proper care of the tack. The class will end with daily feeding of the horses. Students under 18 must have parent/ guardian sign a liability waiver at first class.

Bring a water bottle each day and wear a heeled shoe for riding.

Swimming Lessons-Swim and Dive Teams Pool Rentals -Pool Locations and Hours

7-18 YEARS 66230 M-F 6/11-6/15 8-10am $188 66231 M-F 6/18-6/22 8-10am $188 Instructor: Valley Silver Bullets Staff

Valley Silver Bullets (VSB) is located at: 43757 N. Coyote Rd. San Tan Valley, AZ 85140


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Freestone Recreation Center Kidz Kamp offers a well-rounded summer camp program with a variety of activities for your child to have an opportunity to participate in each week. Each session is 2 weeks long and you have the choice of choosing between the morning or afternoon session or extending the day with our other options. A new “theme� will be introduced each week to keep kids excited and entertained. Check out the following page for camp dates, themes, and activities.

Weekly themes Physical activities Active and sedentary games Crafts & weekly projects Educational fun Rock wall climb (once per week) Special guest presentations Character development Special event days

Registration begins: April 17th Register online at www.GilbertRecreation.com Request for refund or credit must be made 7 days before the start of each session, this includes overtime and Pit-Stop lunch. For more information about Kidz Kamp please call the Freestone Recreation Center at 480-503-6202.

Session 1: June 4-15 Session 2: June 18-29 Session 3: July 2-13 (No Camp 7/4) Session 4: July 16-27 Session 5: July 30-August 3 (1 Week Session) Chose a session: Morning session 9am-12pm Afternoon session 1pm-4pm

$94 $94 $85 $94 $47


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THEME WEEK 1: WINTER WONDERLAND It might be summer in Arizona but we are cooling things off with some winter fun and games. Kids will make their own snowflakes and make ice sculptures. The forecast is showing snow flurries at the end of the week when kids will get to play in a large pile of icy cold snow.

THEME WEEK 2: GREAT OUTDOORS We are taking Kidz Kamp and teaching some good ol’ outdoor survival skills. Kids will learn to pitch a tent, learn camp fire building skills, and even take a “hike” around the Freestone Park. A guest speaker will also join us to talk about some of Arizona’s wildlife and bugs. Monday– Friday June 4-15 $94 9am-12pm Code: 66142 1-4pm Code: 66147 SESSION : 2

THEME WEEK 1: LOST IN SPACE 3-2-1 Blast Off!!! As if all of the fun and games at Kidz Kamp isn’t enough we will be blasting off into even more excitement with space week. Kids will learn about the stars and constellations and experiment with launching rockets at the end of this fun filled week.

THEME WEEK 2: PIRATE LAND Arrg!! That’s right Matey, we are off in search of the hidden treasure . This week will be packed full of pirate games and mystery. Don’t get caught or you might have to walk the plank. Monday– Friday June 18-29 $94 9am-12pm Code: 66143 1-4pm Code: 66148 SESSION : 3

THEME WEEK 1: AMAZING RACE Mark, get set, go!! Kids will race around the world and compete in fun and entertaining games and challenges throughout the week. Each day participants will be introduced to a variety of cultures and traditions from each of those countries.

THEME WEEK 2: WEIRD SCIENCE Along with our already action packed fun and games of Kidz Kamp, we are adding in some wild and wacky science experiments through out the week and kids will love the special guest science presentation at the end of the week. Monday– Friday *July 2-13 $85 *No Kidz Kamp Wed July 4th 9am-12pm Code: 66144 1-4pm Code: 66149 SESSION : 4

THEME WEEK 1: MIGHTY JUNGLE It’s a wild week of jungle fun!! We’re adding to our action packed fun and games with a jungle theme of projects and wild animals that all of the kids will love. We will end the week with a guest speaker and a visit from a few special animals.

THEME WEEK 2: MYSTERY WEEK The kids had so much fun last year with that we had to bring it back for more mystery and mayhem. There is a mystery to solve, get on your best detective hat and join us for a week of mysteries, games and projects. Monday– Friday July 16-27 $94 9am-12pm Code: 66145 1-4pm Code: 66150 SESSION : 5

THEME WEEK: OLYMPICS The Olympics are here and we will be kicking off the first day with opening ceremonies. Let the games begin! Each group will represent a country and play a variety of Olympic games through out the week. We will have a trained athlete join us at the end of the week to share in their experience. Monday– Friday July 30-August 3 $47 (One Week Session) 9am-12pm Code: 66146 1-4pm Code: 66151

Can't commit to a 2 week session? We offer a 1 week session if space permits for $47. Registration begins 7 days before the start of each new session.


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Enrolling your child in Kidz Kamp but the times don’t work with your schedule? If so, we have several options to help fit your schedule. Please note, kids under the age of 12 are not permitted to be in the building without adult supervision; they must be with a parent or guardian or enrolled in a program at that time. See below for options that may work best for you. Registration begins: April 17th Kidz Kamp — Overtime Need help getting to work on time? We can help! Kidz Kamp Overtime allows you to add an extra hour to your Kidz Kamp session. Either from 8-9am or 4-5pm. Enrolled participants will be supervised in a safe area where they can play games during this time. SESSION : 1 8-9am 4-5pm

Monday– Friday June 4-15 Code: 66152 Code: 66157

$30

SESSION : 2 8-9am 4-5pm

Monday– Friday June 18-29 Code: 66153 Code: 66158

$30

SESSION : 3 Monday– Friday *July 2-13 *No Kidz Kamp Wed July 4th 8-9am Code: 66154 4-5pm Code: 66159

$27

SESSION : 4 8-9am 4-5pm

Monday– Friday July 16-27 Code: 66155 Code: 66160

$30

SESSION : 5 8-9am 4-5pm

Monday– Friday *July 30-August 3 Code: 66156 Code: 66161

$15

PIT-STOP LUNCH Pit-Stop Lunch is offered from 12-1pm for kids who need this option. Registered participants will be able to re-fuel their bodies in a supervised setting. SESSION : 1 12-1pm

Monday– Friday June 4-15 Code: 66162

$30

SESSION : 2 12-1pm

Monday– Friday June 18-29 Code: 66163

$30

SESSION : 3 Monday– Friday *July 2-13 *No Kidz Kamp Wed July 4th 12-1pm Code: 66164

$27

SESSION : 4 12-1pm

Monday– Friday July 16-27 Code: 66165

$30

SESSION : 5 12-1pm

Monday– Friday July 30-August 3 Code: 66166

$15 (One Week Session)

Campers must bring a packed lunch. Please note a refrigerator is not available.

Request for refund or credit must be made 7 days before the start of each session. A daily rate for Kidz Kamp Overtime and Pit-Stop Lunch is available at the cost of $4 per day/per option. No need to register for the daily rate. Just come in the day of and pay at the front desk.


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Everybody loves LEGOS®! These camps focus on teaching children basic computer skills and concepts, basic programming, creative problem solving, concentration & perseverance, critical thinking, cooperation, confidence, designing, planning & organizing, teamwork, communication, and independent thinking. Learning the fun way!

ADVANCED BUILDING “SIMPLE & COMPLEX MACHINES” Advanced exploration of complex machines using LEGO™ Educational building systems. This class focuses on advanced building concepts: rack/pinion, transmission, differential gears, and investigate motorized machines. Children explore problem-solving activities designed to solve tasks related to advanced mechanical principles. 7-12 YEARS 66233 6/11-6/15 1-4pm $135 66234 7/9-7/13 1-4pm $135

GREEN ENERGY “RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES” Students will explore renewable energy sources; investigate energy supply, transfer, accumulation, conversion, and consumption; and use measurements and data analysis to describe and explain outcomes through hands-on activities and exciting, real-life models. Students will build a variety of projects ranging from: hand generators, solar station, wind turbine, solar vehicle, boat pulley, potential and kinetic energy, and motorized fans to name a few. This is a hands-on and minds-on camp suitable for LEGO novices to "maniacs." Designed by engineers and Lego Education®, the curriculum challenges both new and returning students to reach the next level of engineering comprehension, all while having fun. 8-15 YEARS 66237 7/30-8/3 1-4pm $155

ROBOTS 102 LEGO® EDUCATION WEDO2™ CONCEPTS Robotics 102 curriculum focuses on 12 new models and contains more than 325 new elements including a motor, tilt sensor, motion sensor, and LEGO USB Hub. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models and explore a series of cross -curricular, theme-based activities while developing their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, as well as language and literacy. The WeDo™ concepts enables students to build and program simple robots interfaced with a computer to control motion and sensors. Children explore problem solving activities designed to solve tasks related to robotics. 7-12 YEARS 66240 7/30-8/3 9am-12pm $145

BUILDING FUNDAMENTALS “MACHINES & MECHANISMS” Explore machines and mechanisms using LEGO™ Educational building systems. This class focuses on basic concepts behind structures, forces, levers, wheels, axles, gears, pulleys, and energy sources. Children explore problem-solving activities designed to solve tasks related to mechanical principles. 5-7 YEARS 66235 6/11-6/15 9am-12pm $125 66236 7/9-7/13 9am-12pm $125

ROBOTS 101 LEGO® EDUCATION WEDO™ CONCEPTS Introduction to simple robotic design and concepts. The WeDo™ concepts enable students to build and program simple robots interfaced with a computer to control motion and sensors. Children explore problem-solving activities designed to solve tasks related to robotics. 6-12 YEARS 66238 6/18-6/22 9am-12pm $145 66239 7/23-7/27 9am-12pm $145

ROBOTS 2.0 LEGO® EDUCATIONAL NXT-MINDSTORM™ Advanced building and programming of real-life robotics. Students have access to Lego Robotic NXT microcontroller, sensors, and Windows OS to bring their creations to life. Children explore problem-solving activities designed to solve tasks related to robotics. 7-12 YEARS 66241 6/18-6/22 1-4pm $155 66242 7/23-7/27 1-4pm $155

All Camps will be held at the Southeast Regional Library Monday-Friday Staffed by: EduRoboTech


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Turn the page to a new and exciting chapter of your child’s learning by enrolling them in one of our summer enrichment camps. They’ll have an opportunity to brush up on skills, meet new friends and have some good, old fashion, summer fun! Start the new school year off right with a readiness for success! Camps are taught by highly quality instructors. Dates, camp codes and fees are listed on page 11.

Ages 5-7 Transitioning from kindergarten to first grade can be a daunting experience for many children. In this classroom, children will be encouraged to continue refining their skills in a positive, nurturing environment. Focus will be on reinforcing phonics, reading, writing and math along with incorporating a smidge of science, arts & crafts and sports to encompass a gamut of exciting opportunities. Kinderbridges will allow your child more time to grow and give them the confidence to succeed! Unique weekly themes are incorporated to keep the campers engaged and create the atmosphere of fun learning.

All Sessions are held at McQueen Park Activity Center Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:15am-12:15pm

Ages 3-5 Participants must be 3 years old by the first day of camp. Summer is a time for fun and exciting adventures. PEE WEE KAMP is designed with just this in mind! We’ll get your lil one movin’, groovin’ and grinnin’ in a safe, fun, nurturing environment. Drop off your pee wee to participate in a gamut of age-appropriate activities such as learning centers, music & movement, arts & crafts, games, cooking and so much more! Kampers will experience socialization, purposeful play and teamwork to improve their cognitive, emotional and physical wellbeing. Unique weekly themes are incorporated to keep the Kampers engaged and create the atmosphere of fun learning. Don’t miss out this summer, cuz PEE WEE KAMP is the place to be!

All Sessions are held at McQueen Park Activity Center Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:15am-12:15pm

Ages 6-8 This summer enrichment camp is designed for those trying to catch up or even get ahead of the curve going into 2nd grade. It’s got just the right mix of reading, writing and math combined with science, sports and arts & crafts to strike just the right balance of work and play. We’re dedicated to build confidence, improve motivation and refine concepts of shape, space, time, colors and numbers. We will practice these skills to help use them with ease. Unique weekly themes are incorporated to keep the campers engaged and create the atmosphere of fun learning.

All Sessions are held at McQueen Park Activity Center Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:15am-12:15pm


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Camp Times are listed on Page 10

Session 1: 6/4-6/15 Wild & Wacky Fun/Dr. Seuss Kinderbridges Code: 66322- $96 Pee Wee Kamp Code: 66197-$96 Primary Connections Code: 66202-$66

Session 2: 6/18-6/29 Science Detectives and Space Adventures Kinderbridges Code: 66323-$96 Pee Wee Kamp Code: 66198-$96 Primary Connections Code: 66203-$66

Session 3: 7/2-7/13* Under the Big Top and Stars and Stripes! Kinderbridges Code: 66324-$81 Pee Wee Kamp Code: 66199-$81 Primary Connections Code: 66204-$66 * No Camp 7/4

Session 4: 7/16-7/27 Under the Sea and Creepy Crawlies Kinderbridges Code: 66325-$96 Pee Wee Kamp Code: 66200-$96 Primary Connections Code: 66205-$66

Session 5: 7/30-8/3

Splish Splash Kinderbridges Code: 66326-$49 Pee Wee Kamp Code: 66201-$49 Primary Connections Code: 66206-$33


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BE A REAL MOVIE STAR! Created by an experienced Hollywood director, Movie Star Camp速 is for everyone, beginner or expert, who has ever wanted to act in movies. Each participant will develop acting skills and receive a starring role in a family-friendly short film, then walk the red carpet for friends and family at a movie premiere! A DVD copy of the movie, ticket to the premiere, and "Movie Star Camp" T-shirt are also included in the price. Friday is a shooting day, time and location will vary based on course participation. A $50 supply fee will be collected on the first day of class. *Movie Shoot Day and Movie Premier Day will be held on Friday and Saturday. Times to be determined at a later date.

Monday-Thursday- 6/11-6/16* Code: 66243 Southeast Regional Library Instructor: Popcorn Media Staff

The amazing power of rocketry is in your hands. Experience the thrill of making and launching your very own rocket into the sky. As rocket scientists you will assemble your very own rocket. After camp you will be able to take your rocket home to enjoy.

6/4-6/7 Page Park Center Code:66244


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This camp is intended to teach boys and girls the fundamentals of soccer. Ball handling skills such as kicking, passing and shooting will be learned during practice drills and game time. Good sportsmanship and teamwork are encouraged. Participants need to wear tennis shoes and are encouraged to bring their own soccer ball and water bottle. Camp will be held at Freestone Park Soccer Fields. Participants will meet in the parking lot above soccer fields on the first day of camp. Code: 66184

7-9 YEARS Monday-Thursday June 11-14 8am-9:30am Cost: $35

Super Summer Crafts Camp– Ages 6-9 Come join us and keep cool this summer at these themed craft camps! During the week we'll explore different mediums such as beads, mosaics, paint, clay, and much more to create projects to coincide with the theme of the week . All sessions run Monday–Thursday. 66215 66216 66217 66218 66219 66220 66221

6/11-6/14 6/18-6/21 6/25-6/28 7/9-7/13 7/16-7/19 7/23-7/26 7/30-8/3

Outdoor Adventures Beach Bums Space Explorers Fun with Nature Treasure Seekers All Around the World Into the Wild

10am–12pm Monday—Thursday Page Park Center

$46 per session


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Science camp is the ideal opportunity to engage children in the ―FUN‖ of science. Science camp combines innovative science projects, creativity challenges and games. Our goal is for every camper to leave with inner science-confidence & outer self-confidence. This class will be sure to keep your child busy while learning this summer. Camp will be held at the Page Park Center.

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6-8 YEARS M-TH 6/11-6/14 M-TH 6/25-6/28 M-TH 7/9-7/12 M-TH 7/23-7/26 9-12 YEARS M-TH 6/11-6/14 M-TH 6/25-6/28 M-TH 7/9-7/12 M-TH 7/23-7/26

A clean, safe, indoor play area for you and your child to have some fun. Mats, music, parachutes, hoops, tunnels and more will be available for you & your little munchkin to climb up, down, over and through. Wiggle Worm Adventures is designed for children 5 years and younger. Adult supervision is required at all times Maximum of 4 children/adult.

Summer Hours: May 21-August 17 Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 9-11am

McQueen Park Activity Center 510 N. Horne St. Gilbert

$1.50/resident and $2.25/non-resident No registration necessary For more information contact the center at:

(480) 503-6294


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For those looking to apply some focus to their child’s fundamental skills, a number of sport-specific Sportball programs are available. Certified Sportball coaches further develop key skills for a chosen sport. Skills are developed in a confidence-building, non-competitive atmosphere. Coaches for all classes are trained athletes who have a passion for sharing their love of sports. Sportball provides all equipment unless otherwise noted SPORTBALL BASEBALL CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in baseball. Skills include: throwing, catching, correct batting form, running bases, fielding and positional play. Please bring a baseball glove. 6-8 YEARS 66264 M-F 7/16-7/20 10-11am MPAC $58 SPORTBALL BASKETBALL CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in basketball. Skills include: shooting, ball handling, passing, defense, offense, footwork, teamwork and positional play. 3-6 YEARS 66256 M-F 6/25-6/29 9-10am MPAC $58 6-8 YEARS 66265 M-F 6/25-6/29 10-11am MPAC $58 8-10 YEARS 66266 M-F 6/25-6/29 11am-12pm MPAC $58 SPORTBALL HALF DAY CAMP Sportball camps focus on the eight core Sportball sports including hockey, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf and football as well as arts and crafts, snack time, stories, music, co-operative games and theme days. 3-6 YEARS 66258 M-F 7/30-8/3 9am-12pm MPAC $149 SPORTBALL DODGEBALL CAMP Certified Sportball instructors help safely and creatively develop throwing, catching, dodging and jumping skills, as well as hand-eye coordination, reaction time, cardiovascular endurance, teamwork, strategy and cooperation in the quickly growing game of DODGEBALL! 6-8 YEARS 66267 M-F 7/30-8/3 12:30-1:30pm MPAC $58 8-10 YEARS 66268 M-F 7/9-7/13 11am-12pm MPAC $58 SPORTBALL FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football. Skills include: throwing, catching, kicking, snaps, handoffs, footwork, field goals, teamwork, touchdowns and positional play. 3-6 YEARS 66269 M-F 7/9-7/13 9-10am MPAC $58 6-8 YEARS 66269 M-F 7/9-7/13 10-11am MPAC $58 SPORTBALL FLOOR HOCKEY CAMP The Sportball floor hockey program is non-competitive and provides children with the basic elements of the game of hockey with the help of experienced coaches. Programs focus on passing, shooting, positional play, stick handling, goal tending and more! Children are taught to apply these skills in a fun game setting. 3-6 YEARS 66260 M-F 7/23-7/27 9-10am MPAC $58 6-8 YEARS 66270 M-F 7/23-7/27 10-11am MPAC $58 8-10 YEARS 66271 M-F 7/23-7/27 11am-12pm MPAC $58


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SPORTBALL SOCCER CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in soccer. These include throw-ins, dribbling, trapping, passing, goalie skills and more! 3-6 YEARS 66261 M-F 6/18-6/22 9-10am MPAC $58 6-8 YEARS 66272 M-F 6/18-6/22 10-11am MPAC $58 8-10 YEARS 66273 M-F 6/18-6/22 11am-12pm MPAC $58 SPORTBALL T-BALL CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in baseball. Skills include: throwing, catching, correct batting form, running bases, fielding and positional play. Please bring a baseball glove. 3-6 YEARS 66262 M-F 7/16-7/20 9-10am MPAC $58 SPORTBALL TENNIS CAMP Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in tennis. Skills include: serves, forehand, backhand, volley and more! 3-6 YEARS 66263 M-F 6/11-6/15 8-9am MPARK $58 6-8 YEARS 66274 M-F 6/11-6/15 9-10am MPARK $58 8-10 YEARS 66275 M-F 6/11-6/15 10-11am MPARK $58

PUNK ROCK TIE DYE WORKSHOP Leap into the world of creativity with this super fast and easy way to make your own tie dyed tee. Learn simple techniques of wrapping, folding and painting with dyes to create awesome fabric art. Come back on day 2 and embellish your tee with rockin iron-on transfers. Bring a pre-washed, 100% cotton t-shirt and have a terrific time! Dress for mess. 6-9 YEARS 66659 F 9-12 YEARS 66660 F Instructor: TBA

6/22-6/29 12:45-2pm

MPAC

$18

6/22-6/29 2:15-3:30pm

MPAC

$18

Grab your best stuffed friend and join us as we set out on a new adventure through the pages of our books! Each month we will create a story inspired craft and celebrate with silly songs that may just make us get up and dance.

2nd Friday of every month Stories will be held at 10am & 10:30am Program is FREE and open to all ages! For more information, contact McQueen Park Activity Center at (480) 503-6294


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Sportball Volleyball Camp Certified Sportball coaches develop competence and confidence teaching the fundamental skills necessary to excel in volleyball. Skills include: serves, bumps, sets, spikes, volley and positional play. 8-10 YEARS

Monday-Friday 7/16-7/20 11am-12pm Cost $58 Registration Code– 66276 McQueen Park Activity Center

World Music Camp– Ages 8-15

Love to sing? Play instruments? Travel the world? This fun-filled, creative camp explores vocal and instrumental music from around the world while working on geography for an action-packed week of singing, rhythm, and music-making. Children will work with Phoenix Conservatory of Music staff. The final day of camp will bring all the artistic elements together for a wonderful family performance. 66245Campers must bring a packed lunch. Please note a refrigerator is not available.

66246- 7/16-7/20 9am-4pm $143

Southeast Regional Library 775 Greenfield Rd.

14TH ANNUAL SUMMER WRESTLING CAMP Wrestling camp for beginners & experienced wrestlers 5 years-8th grade. Sponsored by the Gilbert Community Services Department and conducted by Highland High School Wrestling Coach, Russ Kilpatrick. Three days of instruction. Fourth day is match day. Participants are grouped by age & weight. Everyone is a winner! 1st and 2nd place ribbons will be awarded on "match day". A camp t-shirt is included! The camp will take place at Highland High School Mini-Gym -4301 E. Guadalupe. Full refund or credit through June 25. No refunds or credits after June 25.

5-6 years -9-9:45am (K-1st grades 2012-13 school year) (*must be 5 years old by June 28, 2012)

Code:66179 6-8 years -9:55-10:45am (2nd-3rd grades 2012-13 school year)

Code:66180 8-11 years -10:55-11:55am (4th-5th grades 2012-13 school year)

Code:66181 11-14 years- 12-1:15pm (in 6th-8th grades 2012-13 school year)

Code:66182

2012 Summer Camp Guide  

Town of Gilbert Summer Camps

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