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2020 MONTGOMERY COUNTY

SUMMER CAMPS Montgomery Parks The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission

4010 Randolph Road, Silver Spring, MD 20902 240-777-6840 | WWW.MOCOREC.COM

9500 Brunett Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20901 301-495-2595 | MontgomeryParks.org

Camps FAQ...................................................................... 3

Opening Page............................................................................41

Arts, Dance & Music Camps........................................... 4 Art.................................................................................... 4-6 Dance.............................................................................. 6-7 Music................................................................................... 7

Helpful Info................................................................................42

Special Interest Camps.................................................. 8 Adventure......................................................................... 8 Cooking.......................................................................... 8-9 Gaming.........................................................................9-10 Junior Business..............................................................10 STEM Camps............................................................ 10-13 Performing Arts.............................................................13 Sports Camps..........................................................14-20 Wheaton CRC Camps...............................................20-21 All Around Camps....................................................22-24 Summer Fun Centers.................................................... 24 Teen Leadership Camps................................................. 25 Therapeutic Recreation Camps..................................26-28

Parks Camps Golf..................................................................................... 43 Ice Skating & Hockey..............................................44-46 Outdoor Adventure...................................................... 46 Field Sports...................................................................... 47 Tennis................................................................................. 48 Week in the Park............................................................ 49 Archaeology..............................................................50-52 Nature, Science & Outdoor Fun..........................52-58 Marye Wells-Harley Dream Camp Scholarship Info.......58 Parks Camps Indexes Camps by AGE..........................................................59-61 Camps by DATE........................................................61-62 Camps by LOCATION.................................................... 63 Registration & Refund Information.....................................64 Registration Form................................... Inside Back Cover

Teen Service Learning Opportunities............................................29-31

Registration for Parks Summer Camps opens

Recreation Camps by Location...............................32-40

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Registration for Montgomery County Recreation Summer Camps begins

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

SAVE $25!

Look for the bird to save!

Early Bird Discount Register by Sunday, March 1 and get $25 OFF select Parks and Montgomery County Recreation camps. Simply use coupon code EarlyBird when registering on ActiveMontgomery.org.


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WE’RE EXCITED ABOUT SUMMER CAMPS Montgomery County Recreation offers a wide variety of exciting summer programs throughout the county with an emphasis on safety, convenience, affordability, and most of all fun. We offer over 150 summer programs that are designed to appeal to a variety of campers. With such a broad range of programming, and experienced and innovative staff, there is something for everyone.

HOW TO REGISTER There are four ways to register: online, fax, mail in, walk in. Full details and payment information is listed on page 64 of this guide. If you need additional help, please call our Customer Service Desk at 240-777-6840. To secure a space for your child, we encourage early registration. Enrollment is limited to ensure each camper receives a high quality camp experience. 2

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

ADA ACCOMMODATIONS

RecAssist funds are available to county residents who are receiving assistance from other Montgomery County agencies. Visit our website at www.mocorec.com for more information.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to register for programs offered by Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Recreation. To facilitate inclusion, you may request auxiliary aids or services. Interpreters, Braille or large print, or other accommodations should be requested prior to the start of programs. Early notification allows us time to put accommodations in place. If you are registering for a MCR program, please contact a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist at 240-777-6870, or email rec.mainstream@montgomerycountymd.gov. If you’re registering for a Montgomery Parks program, please call the Parks Program Access Office at 301-495-2477; email ProgramAccess@MontgomeryParks.org; or visit MontgomeryParks.org/access or more information.

RecAssist funds cannot be used to pay camp materials fees.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Register by Sunday, March 1 and get $25 off select Recreation camps. Simply use cupon code EarlyBird when registering.

CAMPER AGES Campers must be the advertised age of the camp by the start of the program.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SUMMER CAMP 1. I mailed/faxed in my registration. When will I hear something? You will receive a registration receipt or a waitlist receipt via email after your registration is processed. Please make sure your email address is current in ActiveMONTGOMERY. 2. I registered online, will I get a receipt? If you registered online, you should have received your receipt. For assistance, contact our Customer Service Desk at 240-777-6840. 3. Do I need to complete additional forms? Yes. Each camper must have a completed Camper Health and Information Form, a Camper Code of Conduct, and an Authorization for Medication (if applicable.) These forms are available on ActiveMONTGOMERY.org or on our website at www.mocorec.com. All campers must have completed forms on file at the camp location in order to attend. 4. What does a typical day look like? Each camp is unique, but follows a similar schedule. Swim and field trips may vary depending on the camp. Please see the program specific pages for more details. 5. What can you tell me about the staff/ counselors/instructors? Camp staff are carefully screened and selected for their activity skills, level of enthusiasm, ability to work well with children, and good judgment. Training is provided on safety procedures and expected conduct, as well as program planning and implementation. By state law, all staff undergo background checks. All camp directors are 21 years of age or older. 6. Can my child bring electronics or toys? Unless required as a part of the program, we do not encourage electronics at camp. Toys, money and other valuables should be left at home. We are not responsible for the loss or theft of electronics, toys or other valuables. 7. What should I send to camp with my child? Have your child wear comfortable clothing for active play, sunscreen, and closed-toe shoes. Sunscreen can be brought to camp for afternoon application as long as it is accompanied by the Sunscreen Use Form found on our website at www.mocorec.com. 8. Should I pack my child lunch and snacks? We encourage you to pack nutritious, nonperishable, peanut free items and plenty of liquids. Label everything. Due to potential allergies, sharing of food items is not allowed. Qualifying sites will participate in the MCPS Summer Meals Program.

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9. Is there air conditioning at the camp locations? Air conditioning may not be available at all locations. Sports camps, outdoor camps, park sites and school gyms are usually not air conditioned.

10. I know locations sometimes change. How will I be notified? You will be notified via email and a phone call. Please be sure we have your most current and correct contact information.

11. What happens if I need to drop off my child late or pick

him/her up early? No problem. Please contact the camp director to let him/her know your plans. Be sure to check the program newsletter for field trip days and times that may impact your drop off plans.

12. I will be late to pick up my child. What should I do? Please contact the camp director as soon as you or your authorized pick up person will be late. We charge a $10 per child late fee for each 15 minutes (or portion of 15 minutes) after the designated pick up time. 13. Can my child walk home from camp? If you would like your child to walk home from camp, you must indicate that on the Camper Health and Information Form. 14. Request for information for Child Care Spending Report: Receipts for out of school programs for tax purposes are available to you through your ActiveMONTGOMERY account. The MCR Federal Tax Identification number is 52-6000980. 15. What camp options are available if my child has a disability? There are two options. MCR Therapeutic Recreation Camps specifically designed for individuals with disabilities or inclusion into general recreation camps and programs. For more information contact a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist at 240-777-6870 or email rec.mainstream@montgomerycountymd.gov. 16. Does MCR provide personal care? MCR summer camp staff and volunteers do not provide personal assistance with toileting, feeding or dressing in any summer camp programs. 17. How will I be notified in the event of a closure or emergency? MCR uses Alert Montgomery to quickly notify the public of a closure or emergency. Rec Alert messages can be sent to you via email or text. To sign up for Rec Alerts, visit our website at www.mocorec.com. Text message and data rate chargres may apply. In addition, emergency information is posted on the MCR Facebook and Twitter pages. 3


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Arts, Dance, Music & MORE Engage, educate, explore. Cultivate and enhance your dance and music skills. Experience art in a variety of hands-on activities and fun creative forms. Participate in theatre production including choreography, improvisation, and set construction. Develop confidence and poise that will last a lifetime. Learn new skills working in watercolor, acrylics or origami. Create with paper mache, design a maze or explore fun cartooning. Camps will not meet on Friday, July 3.

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Ages 6-12: Give your creativity a whirl and create a theme park with a roller coaster, a Ferris wheel and much more. Ride along with us and explore different art materials and art techniques to create your dream amusement park. Unleash your imagination and join us on this fun adventure while you play with your new friends and have an outrageously fun time. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County

Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76560 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon Instructor: Stephanie Burke

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Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76442 8/10-8/14 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

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Ages 6-12: This creepy crawler art camp is all about bugs, reptiles, nighttime adventures and the teeny tiny world of insects. We’ll create bug habitats, design mazes and participate in creepy crawler races while learning about bug and reptile characteristics. Instructor: Stephanie Burke

Wheaton Community Recreation Center

76447 6/22-6/26 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

ABRAKADOODLE: EXTREME STEAM Ages 6-12: Climb aboard this creative experience to become a 21st century innovator. You will translate science, technology, engineering and math concepts into art creations. Using a variety of art techniques we will make a flying machine like DaVinci, build a rocket ship, create an aerial view drone map and much more. Instructor: Stephanie Burke

ABRAKADOODLE: FULL STEAM AHEAD Ages 6-12: This abrakadoodle art journey is filled with scientific discoveries, super cool technology, fabulous math connections and more. We’ll travel from Beatrix Potter’s illustrations to Leonardo Fibonacci’s remarkable numbers discovery and make many stops along the way. Try your hand at robotics and draw at the same time. Learn lots of geometry while paint flows, compasses twirl and straight lines show the unexpected. Instructor: Stephanie Burke

Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76450

7/13-7/17 12:30-3:30 p.m.

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 Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76446 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon

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REMINDER ABRAKADOODLE: IT’S A JUNGLE OUT THERE Ages 3-5: Jump with us into this jungle adventure. Bring your best imagination and learn about the rainforest while you create animals, insects, reptiles, lowers and much more. Learn new art techniques and create friendly sloths, toucans, snakes, and piranhas. Find inspiration in the rainforest habitat and its people while you hear about their customs and create a tree house collage. We will have a wild time creating fun art projects, making new friends and playing games. Instructor: Stephanie Burke Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76439 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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Ages 6-12: Join us for Abrakadoodle’s ultimate style camp. This is the place to design your own clothing line inspired by the illustrators, designers and artists who focus on the world of high fashion. Try out your creative ideas on paper vests and cool accessories. Experiment with fabric design and play with concepts for bags, gloves, scarves, hats, footwear, jewelry and much more. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76561 7/20-7/24 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210 76562 8/10-8/14 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances. ABRAKADOODLE: LET’S GO CAMPING

Look for a  highlighting half-day camps that can be mixed and matched to make a full day!

Ages 6-12: Make a big splash and join us for adventures in our Under the Sea art camp. Campers will learn all about jellyfish, octopuses, dolphins, whales and mermaids. There’s nothing fishy about using cool tools and materials to create fun paintings, collages, sculptures and more. Campers will have oceans of fun designing cool art projects, playing games, reading stories, learning about ecology and examining underwater habitats. Dive in and join the fun. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76563 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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Ages 3-12: Let’s have camping fun without TRAVEL 3D

leaving the art room. This art camp takes us to an imaginary world where we will hike, build a campfire, create a nature tapestry and learn about wild animals. We will learn all about camping by mapping our campground, designing our own camping trailer and collecting bugs in a jar. We’ll use our imagination and explore painting, printing, collage, nature tapestry and other art media. We will have fun with camping games, creating cool art projects and making new friends without real mosquitoes. Ages 3-5 Instructor: Stephanie Burke Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76438 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $210 Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Tilden Woods Local Park 76466 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $210 Ages 6-12 Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Tilden Woods Local Park 76565 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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Ages 6-12: Blast off to an outer space adventure. Learn about the solar system, meteors, meteorites, constellations and more. Create art that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math concepts. Explore fun art techniques, play games and make friends that are out of this world.

Ages 6-12: Travel with us on this creative journey and change the way you see the world. Create 3D masterpieces inspired by world cultures. Learn about Chinese ceramics, Croatian Licitar hearts, Maori design carvings from New Zealand, nicho boxes from Mexico and much more. Create art using a variety of materials, play games and understand that through art we can connect with people from all over the world. Instructor: Stephanie Burke Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76449 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $210

ABRAKADOODLE: YUMMY ART Ages 6-12: Get your spoon, paintbrush and chocolate syrup ready - we’re going to create art. From cupcake design to mosaics with food to chocolate syrup paintings - it’s all about the wonderful and wacky world of food art. We’ll build spaghetti sculptures, learn about food artists such as Vic Muniz and Jason Mecier and play foodie games. It’s art that’s good enough to eat. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Tilden Woods Local Park 76566 6/22-6/26 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

Instructor: Stephanie Burke Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76441 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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®ABRAKADOODLE: PAWS, NEW

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Ages 3-5: Calling all animal lovers. Bring your imagination and we will provide a roaring camp experience. Make your favorite animals come to life using paints, collage, sculpture and more, while learning about animal habits and habitats. There will be cool artwork, games, stories, activities, animal talk and music. If you love animals and nature and want to make awesome art projects while making new friends too, then this is the camp for you. Whether it’s a growl or a meow, it will be fun. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76467 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $210

ABRAKADOODLE: PIRATE ISLAND Ages 3-5: Ahoy mateys. Come aboard as we travel to Pirate Island where we’ll find treasure chests, sandy beaches, colorful parrots and lots of fun. Our Mateys will use their imagination to create pirate ships, sand castles, treasure maps, sea monster puppets and ship flags to be used in our games and high seas adventures. Instructor: Stephanie Burke Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76440 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $210 Instructor: Abrakadoodle Of Montgomery County Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76468 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $210

YOUNG REMBRANDTS CARTOONING Ages 6-12: Learn the basics of cartooning and create your own characters. Each day students will learn techniques used in cartooning. Subjects like characteristics, features, exaggeration, action, and personification will contribute to your child’s artistic advancement. Campers will immediately apply their new skills in every class to create their own original cartoon characters. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Wyngate Elementary School 76357 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $210 Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76359 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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YOUNG REMBRANDTS CULINARY MISCHIEF & PASTELS Ages 6-12: Campers will use pastels to create amazing, I can’t-believe-I-drew-this masterpieces. A mouse making soup, a dog eyeing the spaghetti and silly birds on cakes are some of the mischievously-delicious drawings campers will create every day. Pastels are an amazing medium, that with good direction, can make an artist out of any rookie. You won’t believe the results from this fun-for-all, skill-enhancing camp. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Wyngate Elementary School 76358 7/6-7/10 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

YOUNG REMBRANDTS FASHION, FACES AND FLOWERS Ages 6-12: For the fashionistas, florists and budding makeup artists. Campers will draw and color faces, stretch their imaginations illustrating whimsical flowers and challenge their creativity when tying them all together in fanciful settings. Prepare for elegance and a heap of drawing excellence. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76360 7/20-7/24 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

YOUNG REMBRANDTS FULL DAY Ages 6-12: Combine two Young Rembrandts half-day camps to make a full day camp and save. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Cartooning and Culinary Mischief and Pastels Wyngate Elementary School 76375 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $349 Cartooning and Fashion Faces and Flowers Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76376 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $349

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Ages 4-6: Join favorites Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Sven for a classic ballet camp designed for your tiniest dancer. Your camper will enjoy story time, ballet class, healthy snack, craft time and twirl to the tunes from the movie all week long. Themed crafts will complete the experience and be used in the performance for family and friends at the end of the week. Dancers should wear ballet shoes, leotard and tights for camp. Instructor: Jennifer Ferrigno

Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76779 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center 76915 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon Jane E. Lawton Community Recreation Center 76916 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon

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Ages 3-7: Join Tippi Toes for a magical Princess and Super Hero Dance Camp. Your child will love dressing up every day, playing freeze dance with Queen Elsa, creating super hero masks to demonstrate bravery, playing games and much more. Instructor: Claire Portolese Ages 3-4 North Bethesda Middle School 76827 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon $225 Ages 5-7 North Bethesda Middle School 76826 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-3 p.m. $350 Afternoon Extended 76828 7/27-7/31 3-5 p.m. $50

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Ages 3-7: Join Princess Jasmine, Cinderella, Elsa and friends for a very royal ballet camp. Your little ballerina will have a wonderful time dancing and twirling to songs by their favorite princess characters. Campers will enjoy story time, ballet class, healthy snacks, and themed crafts fit for a queen. Dancers will learn choreography each day and end the week with a final performance for family and friends. Dancers should wear ballet shoes, leotard and tights for camp. Instructor: Jennifer Ferrigno Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76914 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $300 76791 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon $300

HIP-HOP DANCE Ages 5-12: Learn how to pop and lock, cha cha slide and floss. Get ready to bring your best dance moves. Campers will be moving and grooving to old and new school hiphop songs. Campers will learn different styles of hip-hop, enjoy arts and crafts and play games in a fun environment. On the last day, campers will show off their moves in a short performance for family and friends. Instructor: Shannon Jones Germantown Community Recreation Center 76377 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $225 76378 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 76379 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $225 76380 8/10-8/14 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375

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MINI MUSICAL NOTIONS N’MOTIONS Ages 3-5: Based on the successful Mini Music Makers, here is an opportunity to extend campers musical exposure in a fun atmosphere. Explore musical aspects and concepts in this enjoyable camp using percussion and melodic instruments. It includes an exciting curriculum utilizing traditional and composed songs, rhythm, motor coordination, steady beat, singing, ear training, movement and exposure to folk dances. Instructor: Golden School Of Music Norwood Local Park 76599 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $175 76600 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $175

MUSICAL NOTIONS N’ MOTIONS Ages 5-10: Spend your summer in musical bliss and discover just how many fun and exciting activities you can tune into. You’ll have time each day to find your inner rhythm as you enjoy singing, exploring different instruments, discovering new dances and dance moves, playing the piano and more. Each day will include special activities, outdoor play and time to practice for a musical showcase at the end of each session. Campers will be grouped by age and ability. Instructor: Golden School Of Music Norwood Local Park $235 76381 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-3 p.m. 76382 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-3 p.m. $235

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ULTIMATE MUSIC EXPERIENCE Ages 5-12: Campers will be introduced to the musical instruments and concepts of piano, guitar, violin, drums, voice and movement. Campers will play each instrument through the week (instruments will differ between a.m. and p.m. sessions) as well as participate in musical games, crafts, musical listening excerpts and related projects. Loaner instruments provided. Campers are welcome to take home the instruments each night. Instructor: Learn Now Music Olney Elementary School 76340 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 76343 6/22-6/26 1-5 p.m. Beverly Farms Elementary School 76344 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 76345 7/6-7/10 1-5 p.m. Sligo Middle School 76346 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 76347 7/13-7/17 1-5 p.m.

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Bethesda Elementary School 76349 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 76350 7/20-7/24 1-5 p.m.

$225 $225

Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center 76351 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 76352 8/10-8/14 1-5 p.m.

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Special Interest Camps These programs offer an ideal blend of challenging and imaginative activities in a supportive and nurturing environment. Play, socialize and discover. From cooking to STEM to magic, you’re sure to find something to pique your camper’s interest. Camps will not meet Friday, July 3.

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Ages 6-9: Learn the basics of thriving in the wild. Campers learn confidence, initiative, communication and common sense through fun survival scenarios in teams and on their own. Skills taught include shelters, cordage, navigation, knots, traps, primitive skills and more. We play survival themed games and the week ends with an exciting final scenario and a certificate of achievement. No prerequisites. Instructor: Coyle Outside Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76836 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $375

NINJA WARRIOR PARKOUR Ages 9-12: Through natural and manmade props participants learn body control, balance, explosiveness and creativity. Participants learn tumbling, climbing, stretching and more that leads to competency and confidence in moving creatively with ease.

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Ages 5-12: American cuisine is inspired by cultures around the world but has become uniquely and deliciously its own. For most Americans, nothing says summer like hamburgers, hot dogs and potato salad. And while some of those items are definitely on our all American summer menu, we are also going to explore American cuisine from sea to shining sea, from southern BBQ to California’s twist on the BLT to the countrywide favorite strawberry shortcake. Instructor: Tiny Chefs Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76291 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76292 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76293 7/20-7/24 1-4 p.m. $209

Ages 5-12: It is said that if you want to learn about a country you should start with the food. During this week of camp our Tiny and Gourmet Chefs will learn how to create the cuisines of multiple countries. We will be cooking up some of the fabulous flavors of Italian, Indian, Vietnamese, Mexican and French foods and learning about some of the cooking techniques and ingredients that make them unique. Join us as we expand our world and our palates. Instructor: Tiny Chefs Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76272 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76273 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76274 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $209

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Register online at ActiveMONTGOMERY.org CUPCAKE WARS Ages 5-12: Cupcakes are all the rage and it’s a trend that’s clearly here to stay. If you’ve ever been curious about how the pros make those cupcakes so precious and ornate, and if competition is your middle name, then this is the week for you. We’ll spend three days on cupcake basicsmeasuring, mixing, baking, and frosting and then finish the week with two days of baking battle. Small teams will face off with one another to compete for the title of Best Cupcake. May the best cupcake win. Instructor: Tiny Chefs Quince Orchard Valley Neighborhood Park 76275 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76276 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76277 7/6-7/10 1-4 p.m. $209 Wheaton Community Recreation Center 76284 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76288 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76289 8/10-8/14 1-4 p.m. $209

DIPS AND DONUTS Ages 5-12: Does your kid love to dip their food? Chips in salsa, veggies in hummus, bread sticks in marinara sauce? How about dipping donuts in glazes and toppings? In this fun, nutritious and delicious camp, the Tiny Chefs will do all of that. Savory recipes like Mexican layered dip or spinach and artichoke dip in wonton wrappers will be made side-by side with lemon-glazed blueberry donuts and pumpkin donut holes with cinnamon topping. These are just a few of the types of recipes your Tiny Chef will enjoy as they dip and dunk (and bake and blend) their way through camp. Instructor: Tiny Chefs Capital View-Homewood Local Park 76266 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76436 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76437 6/22-6/26 1-4 p.m. $209

Looking to Make a Day of It? Look for a  highlighting half-day camps that can be mixed and matched to make a full day!

REMINDER All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.

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Ages 5-12: If your Tiny Chef dreams of someday having their own restaurant, register them up for this inventive summer camp. Each day the campers will produce a different course (appetizer, soup, main dish or dessert) or an item from a certain cuisine and build a restaurant around it. Over the course of the session they will also be working on a final idea for their own restaurant, expanding on the types of foods their particular restaurant would serve based on the experiences they have had in class. Campers will be introduced to a variety of cuisines, cooking skills and presentations throughout the week. Instructor: Tiny Chefs Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park 76269 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 76270 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76271 6/22-6/26 1-4 p.m. $209

KIDS KITCHEN: FOOD, FITNESS, FUN! Ages 8-14: Power up with healthy eating and exercise. Learn to eat smart and play hard. Let’s move, eat better, eat together. Campers will learn kid-friendly messages about healthy eating and exercise that are easy, interactive, and fun. Each camp day includes fitness activities and preparing recipes from all the MyPlate food groups (grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy, protein). Campers will dine on the meals they create each day. Instructor: Kids Kitchen White Oak Community Recreation Center 76445 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon $150 Wisconsin Place Community Recreation Center 76444 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon $150

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GAMING ®ELECTRONIC GAME NEW

DESIGN- INVADER DEFENSE

Ages 8-13: Campers will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. Whether campers wish to fire marshmallows or missiles, they build a complete video game from start to finish. They program characters to survive a wave of enemy attacks in order to reach the next level. Cameprs will take home a copy of the game they create. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 78346 7/6-7/10 1-4 p.m. $220 Olney Elementary School 76729 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Cedar Grove Elementary School 78349 7/27-7/31 1-4 p.m. $220

®ELECTRONIC GAME NEW

DESIGN- PLATFORM GAME

Ages 8-13: Campers will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. A platform game is a side-scrolling, Mario-type game where campers program characters and a two-dimensional obstacle course. They attempt to avoid or overcome enemies and reach an end goal on multiple levels. Campers will take home a copy of the game they create. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Sherwood Elementary School 78345 6/22-6/26 1-4 p.m. $220 Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76721 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Wyngate Elementary School 78348 7/20-7/24 1-4 p.m. $220

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®MY FIRST LEMONADE NEW

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®ELECTRONIC GAME

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Ages 8-13: Campers will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. Whether campers wish to create a boat with a water themed track or any other theme, they build a complete video game from start to finish. They program their vehicle along with their opponent’s vehicle to drive on and off the track as they both compete to finish the race first. Campers will take home a copy of the game they create. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Olney Elementary School 78347 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $220 Wyngate Elementary School 76734 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Germantown Community Recreation Center 78351 8/10-8/14 1-4 p.m. $220

®BUDDING

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DESIGN- TOWER DEFENSE

Ages 8-13: Campers will use Multimedia Fusion® to create their own video game. A tower defense game is one in which the programmer creates towers to defend a base which fires at passing enemies. Campers will take home a copy of the game they create. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Wims, Wilson Elementary School 78350 8/3-8/7 1-4 p.m. $220

NEW

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Instructor: Spark Business Academy

Ages 9-13: Join other intrepid campers and develop a business plan for your own business idea. Campers will learn to take risks and persevere, while making business like decisions about strategy, marketing and finance. Campers build confidence throughout the week and make their pitch presentations on the last day of camp. Instructor: Spark Business Academy North Bethesda Middle School 76632 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $395

®INVESTING FOR TEENS NEW

Ages 13-17: Learn investing fundamentals in this dynamic program, where you will learn college-level finance concepts and investment strategies to help you meet long-term financial goals. Campers build a $10,000 portfolio with a cool stocktrading simulation, learning by doing. Topics include valuation techniques, portfolio management, risk and return, diversification, financial statement analysis, mutual funds, asset allocation, stock options, careers in finance and more. This hands-on experience empowers campers with the tools and mindset to face future investment decisions with confidence. Instructor: Spark Business Academy Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School 76903 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $395

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®MONEY MATTERS NEW

Ages 5-8: This innovative camp provides a solid foundation on financial literacy for kids. Games and hands-on activities help campers internalize key concepts like money, budgeting and saving in a fun and supportive environment fostering teamwork. This unique experience empowers campers with the mindset to start making sound financial decisions and develop into responsible global citizens. Instructor: Spark Business Academy North Bethesda Middle School 76627 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $395

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Ages 5-8: Young campers become lemonade entrepreneurs and learn how to make yummy lemonade and earn money selling it. From designing marketing flyers to estimating profits to experimenting with recipes, campers have fun all week while developing business savvy. Campers launch the lemonade stand on Friday to raise money for a charity they select. Beverly Farms Elementary School 76616 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $395

®SPORTS MANAGEMENT NEW

Ages 9-13: For the sports lover, future team GM, sports team owner or ESPN analyst, this unique camp will show you the money in sports. Campers participate in fun mock drafts for various sports and analyze different sports topics, including the value of sports teams, player compensation, college sports, endorsements, sports agents, the super bowl, e-sports and more. Instructor: Spark Business Academy Westland Middle School 76635 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $395

STEM ®BOOLEAN GIRL: CODING NEW

ADVENTURES -FUNDAMENTALS

Ages 7-10: Using Scratch (programming language), our curriculum engages campers and transforms them from computer users to creators by designing animated characters, games and interactive stories. From beginners to students with prior coding experience, we teach the way kids learn best: through play, collaboration and imagination. Boolean Girl inspires girls to build, code, invent and animate; preparing girls everywhere to explore computer programming and engineering. Instructor: Boolean Girl Rocky Hill Middle School 76617 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 Wood Acres Elementary School 76623 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 DuFief Elementary School 76621 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375

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®BOOLEAN GIRL: CODING NEW

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Ages 9-12: For girl who are familiar with the basics of coding, this course takes the fun to the next level, introducing advanced coding concepts and program design. Girls build animations with games, all while learning complex concepts like sequencing, troubleshooting, critical thinking and conditional logic. In this camp, campers are challenged to imagine, design, and create her own ideas; tell the story behind her programs and create them with her newlylearned skills. This class can be repeated as the challenges and projects change each session. Instructor: Boolean Girl Rocky Hill Middle School 76618 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 Wood Acres Elementary School 76622 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 DuFief Elementary School 76624 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375

CHESS BEGINNERS Ages 5-12: This is the perfect camp for players with basic understanding of chess to begin to expand their skills and learn strategies and rules to play effectively. There are scheduled breaks, but campers will need to sit and focus during chess play. Instructor: Arkadiy Frenkel Germantown Community Recreation Center 76177 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-Noon $105 Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76178 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $105 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76179 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon $105

CHESS INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Ages 5-12: This camp emphasizes developing advanced skills and strategies. Campers will advance skills necessary to participate competitively in chess tournaments. Campers will participate within their peer group to sharpen their skills. There will be scheduled breaks, but kids need to be able to sit quietly during chess game play. Instructor: Arkadiy Frenkel Germantown Community Recreation Center 76181 8/3-8/7 Noon-3 p.m. $105 Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76182 8/10-8/14 Noon-3 p.m. $105 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76180 8/17-8/21 Noon-3 p.m. $105

®DIGITAL ART NEW

Ages 6-12: This hands-on camp combines creative design, art and technology to inspire campers to design creative content combining traditional art mediums with digital apps and tools, online programs and 3D printer. Along the way, students explore global perspectives through art and practice their social and emotional skills like identity, empathy, communication, and growth mindset, and present their portfolio in front of the audience. Instructor: International School Of The Future Ages 6-10 Clemente, Roberto Middle School 76799 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 Ages 8-12 Beverly Farms Elementary School $375 76800 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-3 p.m.

®DIGITAL ART AND NEW

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ages 8-12: Campers will learn the fundamentals of digital art and graphic design. Each week campers will create a design to print on a stationary item. Stationary items will include T-shirts, coffee mugs, hats, postcards, and much more. While learning the ins and outs of screen-printing students will also utilize technologies such as tablets, scanners, and digital cameras to create their own artistic creations. Instructor: Future Resource Learning Rocky Hill Middle School 76801 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-3 p.m. $300 77074 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-3 p.m. $300 Olney Elementary School 77071 7/6-7/10 9 a.m-3 p.m. $300 Baker, John T. Middle School 77073 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-3 p.m. $300

®EV3 ROBOTICS: MISSION NEW

TO MARS

Ages 8-13: Students design robots to explore an unknown planet, find safe shelter, and collect soil samples from the planet. Students use Lego® Robotics and computers to learn the principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Cedar Grove Elementary School 76737 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Germantown Community Recreation Center 78352 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $220

INNOVATION LAB Ages 6-11: Explore the ups and downs of physics, technology, engineering and material sciences. Students become inventors and designers, unveiling their inventions in front of the audience. Using age-appropriate 21st century social and emotional skills and creative STEM curriculum, children will have fun playing with science and feel proud as they bring their ideas to reality. This innovative course encourages discovery, creative application of scientific facts, empathy-driven design and outside-the-box thinking about realworld challenges. Instructor: International School Of The Future Kingsview Middle School 76795 7/6-7/17 9 a.m-3 p.m. $690

®EV3 ROBOTICS: OLYMPICS NEW

Ages 8-13: Campers design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events such as sprinting in a race, throwing a basketball, and shooting a puck into a hockey goal. Camperss use Lego® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming and teamwork. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Sherwood Elementary School 76719 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Wims, Wilson Elementary School 76738 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-Noon $220

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®SCIENCE MAGIC NEW

Ages 6-10: Children have fun learning science-based magic tricks and learn about chemistry, biology, math and their environment in a hands-on way. At the end of the camp, campers plan and amaze you with their own science magic show. Along the way, children release their inner innovator by learning and practicing their social and emotional life skills such as self-discovery, self-regulation, confidence, communication and growth mindset. Instructor: International School Of The Future DuFief Elementary School 76794 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375 Ross Boddy Community Recreation Center 76796 8/10-8/14 9 a.m-3 p.m. $375

STEM CHALLENGE WITH LEGO

INTRO TO STEM WITH LEGO MATERIALS Ages 5-6: Bring your craziest ideas to life with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of Lego® parts. Build engineer designed projects such as chugging steamboats, enchanted moon bridges and bustling airports. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Farmland Elementary School 76633 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center 76793 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon

$220 $220

JUNIOR ROBOTIC- WILD ANIMALS

Ages 5-7: This class is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using Lego® WeDo Robots. Using Lego® bricks, students build a hungry alligator, a giraffe, and a horse. They also learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76722 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Germantown Community Recreation Center 76741 8/10-8/14 1-4 p.m. $220 12

JUNIOR ROBOTICS- MACHINES Ages 5-7: This class is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using Lego® WeDo Robots. Using Lego® bricks, students build a forklift, a crane and a helicopter. They also learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Sherwood Elementary School 76720 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon Cedar Grove Elementary School 76736 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon

$220 $220

JUNIOR ROBOTICS-STAR WARS Ages 5-7: This class is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using Lego® WeDo Robots. Using Lego® bricks, students build an AT-ST Walker, a droid, and an X-Wing. They also learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer. Instructor: Nirantar Quest Olney Elementary School 76731 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon Wyngate Elementary School 76735 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon Wims, Wilson Elementary School 76739 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-Noon

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Ages 7-12: Redefine your construction skills as you tinker with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of Lego® parts. Apply real world concepts through projects such as dizzy teacup rides, customize cuckoo clocks and the historic Wright flyer. Design and build as never before and explorer your craziest ideas. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Farmland Elementary School 76636 7/27-7/31 1-4 p.m. Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center 76637 8/10-8/14 1-4 p.m.

$220 $220

®SUPER HERO NEW

ENGINEERING

Ages 5-7: Save the world with Lego® super heroes. Enter the phantom zone, travel on Wonder Woman’s invisible jet, and face off against Galactus. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to bring your super powers to life. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Beverly Farms Elementary School 76630 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $220 Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76628 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $220

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Register online at ActiveMONTGOMERY.org SUPER HERO MASTER ENGINEERING WITH LEGO MATERIALS Ages 7-12: Lego® super heroes need your help. Cruise the skies in the helicarrier, tinker in Tony Stark’s workshop and take on super villians on your super hero battle track. Students will explore real world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture while helping their favorite heroes save the day. Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Mid-County Community Recreation Center 76629 7/6-7/10 1-4 p.m. $220 Beverly Farms Elementary School 76631 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $220

PERFORMING ARTS DRAMATIC KIDS

Ages 5-11: Awaken creativity and boost self-confidence in this camp where the world of theater and art comes to life. Each day, young actors will work towards creating an original play that will be performed for family and friends on the last day. Through improvisational theater games and acting techniques, campers will learn the fundamentals of dramatic storytelling facilitated by our talented teaching artists. This camp provides a fun and dynamic space to build confidence, courage and character. Instructor: CARE Actor Rocky Hill Middle School 76286 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $390 Jane E. Lawton Community Recreation Center 76285 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $390

REMINDER All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.

®PLAYWRITING NEW

TO PERFORMANCE

MYSTERY ACADEMYMAGIC FUN Ages 5-8: Have fun and experience a carnival atmosphere. Campers will learn to speak though a puppet, play a carnival game, juggle handkerchiefs, paint your face to look like a tiger, or even learn a magic trick. Bring your happy face and get ready to have fun. Instructor: Christopher Bowers Wyngate Elementary School 76683 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Barnsley, Lucy Elementary School 76686 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Ashburton Elementary School 76688 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Germantown Community Recreation Center 77083 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375

Ages 11-15: Learn the full gamut of producing a live show from crafting an original work to performing it on stage in just two weeks. In this camp, campers will learn the basic elements of playwriting including action, character, conflict and dialogue. Then they will transform what is on the page into a live performance incorporating elements of set design, tech, auditioning and acting techniques. Original works will be presented to friends and family on the last day of camp. Instructor: CARE Actor Rocky Hill Middle School 76287 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $755

SUMMER MUSICAL THEATRE Ages 8-12: Experience musical theater in a fun, educational two-week day camp. Your child will work alongside accomplished D.C. area theater professionals and teaching artists during daily rehearsals in dancing, singing and acting. With props and costumes, singing and scene-work, your child’s experience will culminate in a youth appropriate, full scale performance. Instructor: Adventure Theatre Recreation Administrative Office 76247 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

$550

MYSTERY ACADEMYMAGIC PERFORMANCE Ages 9-12: This program focuses primarily on perfecting the performance art of magic. Students train in a variety of forms of magic, sleight of hand, mentalism, apparatus, coin, card, wand and handkerchief magic, learning the basics of what it means to be a magician. A variety of magical games, craft projects and activities accompany serious magic instruction. A performance follows at the end of the week, where students perform an effect they have mastered in a close-up setting for invited guests. Instructor: Christopher Bowers Wyngate Elementary School 76687 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Barnsley, Lucy Elementary School 76684 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Germantown Community Recreation Center 77086 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375 Ashburton Elementary School 76689 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $375

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Sports Camps Camps are designed for those who enjoy enthusiastic and athletic play. Campers are encouraged to learn skills, teamwork, and good sportsmanship while playing fun games, skill activities and recreational sports. Activities may include soccer, basketball, gym hockey, T-ball, softball, games, special events, and contests. Some non-sports activities may round out the day. Camps will not meet on Friday, July 3.

REMINDER All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.

®KIDSPIRED BASKETBALL NEW

Ages 5-12: Campers will spend time focused on agility, endurance, and basketball offensive and defensive skills. Campers will work on dribbling, shooting, passing, and playing as a team through friendly scrimmages. All skill levels are welcome. Instructor: KIDspired LLC Wells, Hallie Middle School 76465 6/22-6/26 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $299 76469 8/3-8/7 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $299

®TEAM ASKEW NEW

BASKETBALL ACADEMY

Ages 8-11: Advance your overall basketball understanding and develop and refine offensive moves, ball handling skills and defensive mindset. Become a leader and game changer on and off the court. Wisconsin Place Community Recreation Center 76564 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $230 14

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BASKETBALL

Ages 10-17: Campers are grouped by skill level and divided into small groups during our group instructional trainings. Camp will include instructional training, fun competition of three vs. three games and five vs. five games, guest lecturers (including former players and current professional players) and fun prizes for campers. Campers will receive a T-shirt. The goal for our basketball camps is to teach participants the fundamentals of basketball and life. Instructor: Sean Thompson North Bethesda Middle School 76567 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 76568 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249

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®COACH PARKER NEW

BASKETBALL ACADEMY

Ages 6-13: Coach Parker Basketball Academy is a premier camp for young athletes of all skill levels. The academy focuses on skill development, individual offense, defense and team strategies. This fun-filled camp features daily morning grind skill sessions, games, team building activities and classroom sessions designed to help students learn concepts of the game. Campers receive a camp T-shirt. Instructor: Coach Parker Basketball Academy Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center Full Day 76579 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $189 Morning Extended 76717 8/10-8/14 8-9 a.m. $25 Afternoon Extended 76718 8/10-8/14 4-6 p.m. $50 Rosa Parks Middle School Full Day 76577 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $189 76576 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $189 Morning Extended 76709 7/13-7/17 8-9 a.m. $25 76711 7/20-7/24 8-9 a.m. $25 Afternoon Extended 76710 7/13-7/17 4-6 p.m. $50 76712 7/20-7/24 4-6 p.m. $50 Wisconsin Place Community Recreation Center Full Day 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $189 76578 8/3-8/7

®WHEATON BASKETBALL NEW

Ages 5-12: Campers will build their skills, learn the game and play a full season’s worth of games in just one week. Enjoy tournaments, free throw, hot shot competitions and more. Each camper will receive a jersey. Instructor: William Doyle Wheaton Community _____ Recreation Center 76509 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 76510 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185

BATON, CHEERLEADING AND POMS

Ages 7-11: This camp that highlights the spirit of teamwork and friendly competition. Choreographed routines to contemporary music enhance poise and develop confidence. Beginners through advanced levels practice basic twirls. Batons may be borrowed from the instructor. Campers will go swimming every day. Instructor: Julianna Duda Germantown Community Recreation Center 76290 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-3 p.m. $240

HORSEBACK RIDING

Ages 8-14: Children will ride twice a day, four times per week, swim every day, and do various unmounted horse activities including leading horses, unsaddling, grooming, bathing, cleaning tack, plus general barn responsibilities. There is no riding on Thursdays. Campers will have unmounted horse activities such as those listed above and have the opportunity to play camp games. Long pants; smooth, hard soled shoes; bathing suit; and a towel are needed every day. Campers must be on time as they depart with their groups right at 9:30 a.m. Instructor: Camp Olympia 76326 6/22-6/26 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76327 7/13-7/17 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76329 7/20-7/24 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76334 7/27-7/31 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76335 8/3-8/7 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76341 8/10-8/14 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499 76328 8/17-8/21 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $499

HORSEBACK RIDING: SPORTS, HORSES & MORE Ages 8-14: Children will swim twice daily, horseback ride four times per week, play soccer, basketball, track and field, gymnastics, plus more in this exciting instructional program. Schedule changes daily. Children must have long pants, smooth hard-soled shoes or boots for riding, bathing suit, towel and shorts. Tennis shoes are appropriate for all other activities. Campers must be on time as they depart with their groups right at 9:30 a.m. Instructor: Camp Olympia 76330 6/22-6/26 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76331 7/13-7/17 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76332 7/20-7/24 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76333 7/27-7/31 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76338 8/3-8/7 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76342 8/10-8/14 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420 76339 8/17-8/21 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $420

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®KIDSPIRED NEW

FLAG FOOTBALL

Ages 5-12: This program is designed to provide basic skills and an introduction to this dynamic sport and develop existing skills in preparation for more competitive play. Our campers will focus on the core components of offense and defense, spending time on passing, catching, running plays and defensive positioning. Camp days will include scrimmages and promote fun and positive team play. Instructor: KIDspired LLC Wells, Hallie Middle School 76470 7/6-7/10 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $299 76471 7/20-7/24 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $299

POTOMAC FLAG FOOTBALL Ages 7-14: Get in the game this summer with Overtime Athletics’ flag football summer camp. Campers will play a season worth of games, learn new skills, participate in daily stations and combinestyle competitions, play situational games, compete in daily contests while making new lifelong friendships. Instructor: William Doyle Potomac Community Recreation Center 76508 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185

®JUDO NEW

Ages 7-12: This martial art camp will teach campers how to control an opponent while improving campers’ self-defense, selfconfidence and balance of their body and mind. Campers will also learn more about the Olympic games and Japan through fun art activities. Instructor: Frederic Hocde Leonard D. Jackson Ken Gar Center 76472 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $290

KARATE CLINIC Ages 7-12: Come and learn diversified and intensive Tang Soo Do style Korean karate and jujitsu instruction for all ability levels. It includes basic motion, kata, one-step sparring, falling, take downs, throwing, exam preparation and more. Campers are grouped by belt level and age where appropriate. Promotional exams are available. Instructor: TKA Inc. East County Community Recreation Center 76454 6/22-6/25 9-11:30 a.m. $55 Weller Road Elementary School 76455 7/6-7/9 9-11:30 a.m. $55

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Jump Start Summer Sports Camps OLYMPICS CAMP Children are grouped by age and divided into countries to learn about a wide variety of Olympic sports, including soccer, hockey, team handball, and track and field. Campers learn about the culture and history of their adopted country and make a flag to carry at the closing ceremonies and presentation of medals.

JUMP START SUMMER SPORTS CAMP Ages 6-12: Join Jump Start Sports Camps for a fun all-around summer sports camp. Each day features skill instruction based on the camp’s theme. General camp games and activities will be played late afternoon due to varying pickup times. Instructor: Jump Start Sports

WORLD CUP SOCCER CAMP Campers have a blast learning foot skills, passing, shooting, defending, goalkeeping, and team concepts. Campers will play fun, age appropriate drills and games to help teach fundamentals and improve their soccer abilities throughout the week. Every day, players will participate in small sided games, culminating in a World Cup tournament at the end of the week. Campers will also have fun making a team T-shirt for their country.

LACROSSE CAMP Campers learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. Lacrosse has elements of soccer, football, basketball and hockey. Players will learn the fundamentals including passing and catching, fielding ground balls, cradling, spacing, positioning and defense. Plastic sticks and soft balls are used. No checking, stick checking or poking will be permitted. At the end of the week, players will participate in a fun NCAA Championship. All equipment will be provided.

ULTIMATE WARRIOR CAMP

Age-appropriate and safe activities specifically designed to challenge, inspire and excite. Games and tasks this week include obstacle courses, relays, tug-of-war, and many other fun activities designed to teach cooperation and teamwork while also developing self-esteem.

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Campers have a blast learning the basic fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting, positioning, defense and rebounding in a fun-oriented program that utilizes creative team and individual drills and games. The week culminates in a fun three on three basketball tournament.

TRACK & FIELD CAMP Campers are introduced to the sport of track and field in a fun-filled environment. Campers will learn stretching, movement, agility and techniques. Campers are able to sample a variety of events and learn the beginning fundamentals of throwing, jumping, sprinting and distance running. Campers will put it all together at a Jump Start Sports track meet at the end of the week.

Jackson Road Elementary School Campers will go swimming weekly. Week 1: Basketball 75905 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 2: Olympics 75909 6/29-7/2 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 3: Flag Football/Cheer 75907 7/6-7/10 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 4: Ultimate Warrior 75910 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. NEW Week 5: Track & Field 75908 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 6: World Cup 75911 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 7: College Days 75906 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-5:30 p.m.

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76008 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

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76009 6/29-7/2 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $208

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76010 7/6-7/10 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

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Week 4: Basketball

Campers learn pass patterns, pass defense and other aspects of football in this fun program that emphasizes sportsmanship and teamwork. Teams play games all week and compete in a fun super bowl on the last day of camp. Cheerleaders will learn a variety of cheers, jumps, kicks and movements. We’ll also play fun cheerleading games and learn one or two cheer dances. Cheerleaders will decorate uniforms to wear and pom-poms to use at an exhibition on the last day of camp.

76011 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

Week 5: Ultimate Warrior

76012 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

Week 6: Flag Football/Cheer Camp

76013 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

Week 7: Olympics 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. $260

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COLLEGE DAYS CAMP Have a blast playing a wide variety of college sports including basketball, soccer, volleyball and more. Campers will make a school pennant and T-shirt. Campers will wear their school colors to demonstrate school pride.

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Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center Week 1: World Cup Soccer 75901 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 2: Lacrosse 75899 6/29-7/2 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 3: Ultimate Warrior 75902 7/6-7/10 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 4: Olympics 75900 7/13-7/17 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 5: Basketball 75896 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 6: Track & Field 75903 7/27-7/31 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 7: Flag Football/Cheer 75898 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. Week 8: College Days 75897 8/10-8/14 9 a.m-5:30 p.m.

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REMINDER All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.

Ages 5-12: This camp combines the best parts of a sports camp with a traditional day camp and incorporates the latest trends in youth programming to include scavenger hunts, contests, water games, goofy golf, brain buster projects and more. Sports include basketball, soccer, flag football, and more. Whether you come for a week or the whole summer, our expert team understands how to keep camp fresh and fun. Our proven curriculum and programming formula allows us to roll through the day weaving high intensity and low impact activities together so that every camper has their moment to shine. Save by registering for all seven weeks for the price of six weeks. Instructor: William Doyle Sherwood Elementary School Full 7 Weeks 76559 6/22-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $1110 Week 1 76538 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 Morning Extended $25 76545 6/22-6/26 8-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended $50 76546 6/22-6/26 4-6 p.m. Week 2 76539 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Morning Extended 76547 6/29-7/2 8-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76548 6/29-7/2 4-6 p.m. Week 3 76540 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Morning Extended 76549 7/6-7/10 8-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76550 7/6-7/10 4-6 p.m. Week 4 76541 7/13-7/17 Morning Extended 76551 7/13-7/17 Afternoon Extended 76552 7/13-7/17 Week 5 76542 7/20-7/24 Morning Extended 76553 7/20-7/24 Afternoon Extended 76554 7/20-7/24

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POM & HIP-HOP DANCE Ages 5-9: Children will have a blast moving and grooving to the beat while engaging in two dance styles - Pom and hip-hop. Campers will learn a variety of hip-hop steps and choreography and have the opportunity to freestyle their own personal moves and work together with other campers to choreograph their own combinations. They will also be introduced to the basics of proper jazz techniques while including the sharp synchronized movements and visual effects of working with pom poms. Camp concludes with an on site performance on the last day. Instructor: Claire Portolese North Bethesda Middle School Full Day 76824 7/20-7/24 9 a.m-3 p.m. $350 Afternoon Extended 76825 7/20-7/24 3-5 p.m. $50

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Ages 6-14: Rugby is a team sport that develops a range of ball handling, running, and evasion skills. Campers will learn the importance of teamwork and respect towards opponents, coaches and referees. During our non-contact summer camp, campers will learn the touch version of rugby that will ultimately prepare them to move on to tackle as they grow older and gain confidence.

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Ages 5-12: This camp combines the best parts of a sports camp with a traditional day camp and incorporates the latest trends in youth programming to include scavenger hunts, contests, water games, goofy golf, brain buster projects and more. Sports include basketball, soccer, flag football, and more. Whether you come for a week or the whole summer, our expert team understands how to keep camp fresh and fun. Our proven curriculum and programming formula allows us to roll through the day weaving high intensity and low impact activities together so that every camper has their moment to shine. Instructor: William Doyle Wheaton Community _____Recreation Center 76511 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76512 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76513 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76514 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76515 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76516 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Ages 6-9 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76730 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76614 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon Germantown Community Recreation Center 76726 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-Noon Ages 10-12 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76732 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76723 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon Germantown Community Recreation Center 76727 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon Ages 12-14 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76733 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76725 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon Germantown Community Recreation Center 76728 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon

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CHALLENGER INTERNATIONAL SOCCER Ages 6-14: Challenger Sports international soccer coaches provide a great camp experience, lending their knowledge and expertise on skill development, tactical awareness, possession, speed and agility. Campers receive a ball and T-shirt. All campers must bring cleats. Instructor: Challenger Sports Full Day Southeast Olney Local Park 76022 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Beverly Farms Local Park 76023 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Darnestown Local Park 76024 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Half-Day Southeast Olney Local Park 76025 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon Beverly Farms Local Park 76026 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon Darnestown Local Park 76027 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon

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Ages 2-5: Steel Soccer’s (Formerly UK Elite) Petite Program offers young children the perfect introduction to the world’s most popular sport. Our unique games based approach to teaching soccer provides every child the opportunity to develop motor skills, social skills, coordination and general athletic ability in a stimulating, motivating and educational environment. Instructor: Steel Soccer Germantown Community ® ____ Recreation Center NEW

$88 76602 6/29-7/2 10-10:45 a.m. Coffield Community Recreation Center 76601 7/13-7/17 10-10:45 a.m. $110

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Cheer Prodigy ®BABYSITTERS CLUB NEW

Week 3: July 6-10 Bring your favorite doll or stuff animal to camp each day and work on our leadership skills, how to take care of people and items we love and what it means to be in a community. Each camper will design their own club with rules and discuss how to work in a group. Ages 6-14: Tumble, stunt, dance and learn the fundamentals of cheerleading. Each week will include theme related activities. Instructor: Cheer Prodigy All-Star Cheer Prodigy All-Star

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Ages 6-14: Campers will create arts and crafts centered around our luau party. They will have the opportunity to create a volcano in groups as we explore everything science and the ring of fire. Full Day 76369 8/3-8/7 9 a.m-3 p.m. $320 $320 Morning Extended 76370 8/3-8/7 7:30-9 a.m. $75 $75 Afternoon Extended 76371 8/3-8/7 3-6:30 p.m. $120 $120

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Week 2: June 29-July 2 Campers will design their own superhero logos, make creative costumes and have the chance to earn a superhero badge at the end of camp. Full Day 76362 7/6-7/10 9 a.m-3 p.m. Morning Extended 76364 7/6-7/10 7:30-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76365 7/6-7/10 3-6:30 p.m.

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Week 1: June 22-26 Campers will explore the world of science as we create a science project and track our observations throughout the week using the five basic steps of a science experiment. Full Day 76348 6/22-6/26 9 a.m-3 p.m. Morning Extended 76353 6/22-6/26 7:30-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76361 6/22-6/26 3-6:30 p.m.

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Ages 6-14: Campers will come up with a new Olympic game to be played by each camper during the week and will design and decorate an Olympic flag to represent their team. Full Day $320 $320 76372 8/17-8/21 9 a.m-3 p.m. Morning Extended $75 76373 8/17-8/21 7:30-9 a.m. $75 Afternoon Extended $120 $120 76374 8/17-8/21 3-6:30 p.m.

Ages 5-14: Steel soccer camps are action packed. Camp days are designed to promote learning of techniques and skills. A typical day will include games, structured practices, scrimmages and our World Cup Tournament to end each day. Our professional coaches will ensure players have a memorable experience and are designed to take players to the next level of skill. Our dynamic coaching methods, taken from around the world, will ensure every player makes significant improvements during the week. Participants are divided by age and skill level. Sun shade/shelter is provided. Instructor: Steel Soccer Ages 7-14 Full Day Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76129 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $295 NEW Germantown Community ____ Recreation Center 76134 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $236 Coffield Community Recreation Center 76128 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $295 Meadowbrook Local Park 76130 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $295

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ULTIMATE FRISBEE Ages 6-12: Learn how to play one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Camp will be comprised of skill building, mini games, and scrimmages. All participants receive a Frisbee and AUA jersey. A light snack and water will be provided. All skill levels welcome. Instructor: American Ultimate Academy Meadowbrook Local Park High School 75912 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon $200 Middle School 75913 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $325 NEW Elementary School 75914 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $325

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HOW TO TAME YOUR KAYAK

Ages 12-17: This camp encourages personal development, team building and selfreflection through a variety of exciting and physically demanding outdoor activities. This is a great way to learn new skills, make new friends and have fun. The camp will be in a wilderness setting and will go rain or shine. This program is structured to provide an inclusive environment for individuals with ADD/ADHD as well as participants without disabilities. Campers will learn to flip their kayak and wet exit, do t-rescues, deep water rescues and start to learn to roll their kayaks. We will learn basic skills and do daily trips. Campers must be able to paddle their own kayaks in increasingly challenging environments and be very active outdoors for seven and a half hours each day. Campers must be able to pass a swim test on the first day of camp. Please come dressed to be wet each day. One to four staff to participant ratio. The majority of this camp will be in sea kayaks. Pick up/ drop off Germantown Outdoor Pool and outside Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center. 76496 8/3-8/7 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $200 76497 8/10-8/14 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $200

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Ages 8-16: Develop fundamental passing, setting, spiking and serving skills through a variety of drills and game play as our experienced coaches guide players through the basics of team play, offense and defense. Damascus Community Recreation Center Full Day 76590 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $299 Morning Half-Day 76591 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $155 Afternoon Half-Day 76592 6/22-6/26 1-4 p.m. $155 Wheaton Community Recreation Center  Full Day 76596 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $299 Morning Half-Day 76597 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $155 Afternoon Half-Day 76598 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $155 Wisconsin Place Community Recreation Center Full Day 76593 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon $240 Morning Half-Day 76594 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon $124 Afternoon Half-Day 76595 6/29-7/2 1-4 p.m. $124

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Ages 7-12: Campers learn all aspects of the game of volleyball through fun drills and activities that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed camp is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will enhance the skill level of all players. Each camper is able to develop the fundamental skills of the game through a variety of drills and daily scrimmages. Instructor: Jump Start Sports Longwood Community Recreation Center 75894 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $200

ABRAKADOODLE: BUG ME Ages 6-12: This creepy crawler art camp is all about bugs, reptiles, nighttime adventures and the teeny tiny world of insects. We’ll create bug habitats, design mazes and participate in creepy crawler races while learning about bug and reptile characteristics. Instructor: Stephanie Burke 76447 6/22-6/26 12:30-3:30 p.m. $210

ABRAKADOODLE: EXTREME STEAM

Ages 6-12: Climb aboard this creative experience to become a 21st century innovator. You will translate science, technology, engineering and math concepts into art creations. Using a variety of art techniques we will make a flying machine like DaVinci, build a rocket ship, create an aerial view drone map and much more. Instructor: Stephanie Burke 76446 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $210

ABRAKADOODLE: PIRATE ISLAND

Ages 3-5: Ahoy all mateys. Come aboard as we travel to Pirate Island where we’ll find treasure chests, sandy beaches, colorful parrots and lots of fun. Our Mateys will use their imagination to create pirate ships, sand castles, treasure maps, sea monster puppets and ship flags to be used in our games and high seas adventures. Instructor: Stephanie Burke 76440 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $210

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PRINCESS FOR A WEEK BALLET

Ages 4-6: Join Princess Jasmine, Cinderella, Elsa and friends for a very royal ballet camp. Your little ballerina will have a wonderful time dancing and twirling to songs by their favorite princess characters. Campers will enjoy story time, ballet class, healthy snacks, and themed crafts fit for a queen. Dancers will learn choreography each day and end the week with a final performance for family and friends. Dancers should wear ballet shoes, leotard and tights for camp. Instructor: Jennifer Ferrigno 76914 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $300 76791 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon $300

COOKING AROUND THE WORLD

Ages 5-12: It is said that if you want to learn about a country you should start with the food. During this week of camp our Tiny and Gourmet Chefs will learn how to create the cuisines of multiple countries. We will be cooking up some of the fabulous flavors of Italian, Indian, Vietnamese, Mexican and French foods and also learning about some of the cooking techniques and ingredients that make them unique. Join us as we expand our world and our palates. Instructor: Katie Raguindin 76272 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $389 $209 76273 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon 76274 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $209

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Ages 5-12: Cupcakes are all the rage and it’s a trend that’s clearly here to stay. If you’ve ever been curious about how the pros make those cupcakes so precious and ornate, and if competition is your middle name, then this is the week for you. We’ll spend three days on cupcake basics-measuring, mixing, baking, and frosting, and then finish the week with two days of baking battle. Small teams will face off with one another to compete for the title of Best Cupcake. May the best cupcake win. Instructor: Katie Raguindin $389 76284 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 76288 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon $209 76289 8/10-8/14 1-4 p.m. $209

Ages 8-16: Develop fundamental passing, setting, spiking and serving skills through a variety of drills and game play as our experienced coaches guide players through the basics of team play, offense and defense. Full Day 76596 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $299 Morning Half-Day 76597 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $155 Afternoon Half-Day 76598 7/13-7/17 1-4 p.m. $155

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Ages 13-16: Summer Leadership Challenge (SLC) is a leadership development program Ages 5-12: Campers will build their skills, that encourages exploration, independence learn the game and play a full season’s and personal growth. Young people worth of games in just one week. Enjoy participate in interactive workshops that tournaments, free throw and hot shot prepare them for leadership roles and competitions and more. Each camper will employment. Our goal is to empower receive a jersey. participants to effect positive changes within themselves and within their community. Instructor: William Doyle 76509 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 Young people will learn about employment 76510 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 opportunities they can pursue and become competent in leading others in activities. Each session concludes with participants NEW WHEATON MULTI-SPORTS coordinating and implementing a capstone project benefiting the local community. Ages 6-12: This camp combines the best In addition to developing useful skills, parts of a sports camp with a traditional participants will earn service learning day camp and incorporates the latest hours and receive individual evaluations. At trends in youth programming to include Summer Leadership Challenge, young people scavenger hunts, contests, water games, will establish lasting friendships, develop goofy golf, brain buster projects and more. a sense of responsibility, learn to work Sports include basketball, soccer, flag effectively in groups, build accountability, football, and more. Whether you come for and gain the confidence to solve problems a week or the whole summer, our expert independently. Participants will also receive team understands how to keep camp an opportunity to earn CPR and First Aid fresh and fun. Our proven curriculum and certification. You may only register for programming formula allows us to roll and participate in one (1) session of SLC. through the day weaving high intensity Participants may earn up to 35 SSL hours for and low impact activities together so that the session. No transportation is available. every camper has their moment to shine. 77128 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Instructor: William Doyle 76511 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 76512 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $148 76513 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 76514 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 76515 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 76516 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $185 NEW

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Ages 13-16: Join us for the next level of the Summer Leadership Challenge Program. SLC 2.0 is specifically designed for former SLC campers and will dive further into leadership and workforce development for youth. SLC 2.0 will focus on building confidence, developing leadership, communication, and informed decision making skills. Participants will expand their social awareness through peer project-based learning and will understand the maturity and means required to be active in a community to create a positive change. Young people will participate in interactive workshops, team building experiences and design and implement a service learning project. You must have successfully completed SLC to enroll in SLC 2.0. Participants may earn up to 35 SSL hours for the session. No transportation is available. 77127 8/3-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Ages 5-12: Children registered for any Montgomery County Recreation camp at Wheaton Community Recreation Center are eligible to register for this extended day program. Morning Extended 76517 6/22-6/26 8-9 a.m. $25 76520 6/29-7/2 8-9 a.m. $20 76522 7/6-7/10 8-9 a.m. $25 76525 7/13-7/17 8-9 a.m. $25 76528 7/20-7/24 8-9 a.m. $25 8-9 a.m. $25 76530 7/27-7/31 76532 8/3-8/7 8-9 a.m. $25 76534 8/10-8/14 8-9 a.m. $25 76536 8/17-8/21 8-9 a.m. $25 Afternoon Extended 4-6 p.m. $50 76519 6/22-6/26 76521 6/29-7/2 4-6 p.m. $40 76523 7/6-7/10 4-6 p.m. $50 76527 7/13-7/17 4-6 p.m. $50 76529 7/20-7/24 4-6 p.m. $50 76531 7/27-7/31 4-6 p.m. $50 76533 8/3-8/7 4-6 p.m. $50 76535 8/10-8/14 4-6 p.m. $50 76537 8/17-8/21 4-6 p.m. $50

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ALL AROUND CAMPS COACH DOUG SUMMER CAMP ADVENTURES Ages 5-12: Don’t miss this adventure camp. Developed and directed by Coach Doug himself, this summer camp program has been boosted to meet the needs and interests of today’s youth, while guaranteed to bring smiles and fun. Campers will enjoy multi-sport play along with daily enrichment. Campers minds will be challenged with space rocket-building labs; their creativity will be fueled with art projects and their self-confidence will be built with a variety of sports activities. Campers will rotate through four modules each day with the flexibility to pick from a menu of activities that match their interests. New activties are planned weekly, making this camp ideal for multiweek enrollment. Every camper will have the chance to build and design a model rocket, with a Friday launch open to parents and friends. Instructor: Coach Doug Potomac Community Recreation Center

Week 1: June 22-June 26 Full Day 76057 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76058 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76059 6/22-6/26 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76055 6/22-6/26 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76060 6/22-6/26 3:30-6 p.m. Week 2: June 29-July 2 Full Day 76063 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76064 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76065 6/29-7/2 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76061 6/29-7/2 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76066 6/29-7/2 3:30-6 p.m.

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Week 3: July 6-July 10 Full Day 76069 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76070 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76071 7/6-7/10 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76067 7/6-7/10 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76072 7/6-7/10 3:30-6 p.m.

Week 4: July 13-July 17 Full Day 76075 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76076 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76077 7/13-7/17 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76073 7/13-7/17 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76078 7/13-7/17 3:30-6 p.m. Week 5: July 20-July 24 Full Day 76081 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76082 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76083 7/20-7/24 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76079 7/20-7/24 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76084 7/20-7/24 3:30-6 p.m. Week 6: July 27-July 31 Full Day 76087 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76088 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76089 7/27-7/31 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76085 7/27-7/31 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76090 7/27-7/31 3:30-6 p.m.

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Week 7: August 17-August 21 Full Day 76104 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning 76105 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon Half-Day Afternoon 76106 8/17-8/21 12:30-3:30 p.m. Morning Extended 76100 8/17-8/21 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76108 8/17-8/21 3:30-6 p.m.

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COACH DOUG SUMMER CAMP ADVENTURES JR. Ages 3-6: This camp combines the creative and age appropriate activities of Coach Doug summer camp adventures with the competitive sports and fitness activities of the Wee Wanna Be program. Organized learning stations features fun-in-learning, hands-on activities based on the space theme. Sports are presented in a kid friendly environment where children can learn at their own pace. Preschoolers love discovering just what they can accomplish in this multi-action program. Instructor: Coach Doug Academy Potomac Community Recreation Center 76056 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-Noon $145 76062 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-Noon $118 76068 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-Noon $145 76074 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-Noon $145 $145 76080 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-Noon 76086 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-Noon $145

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ALL AROUND CAMPS COACH DOUG ENDLESS SUMMER

COOL VENTURES

Here’s an exciting opportunity to enjoy age appropriate sports, games, arts and crafts, and more in this supercharged environment. This camp will feature organized activities as well as time for participants to engage in activities based on their own interests. Sports include soccer, basketball, hockey and more. In addition, there will be games and non-competitive activities designed for everyone’s enjoyment. This is a great way to wind down at the end of the summer, making it an endless summer for all. The extended program provides supervised informal recreational activities for participants before and after Endless Summer. Half-day participants are eligible for the morning extended sessions only. Instructor: Coach Doug Germantown Community Recreation Center Full Day - Ages: 5-12 76096 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76101 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning- Ages: 3-12 76097 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-Noon 76102 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-Noon Morning Extended 76095 8/10-8/14 7-9 a.m. 76099 8/17-8/21 7-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76098 8/10-8/14 3:30-6 p.m. 76107 8/17-8/21 3:30-6 p.m. Tilden Woods Local Park Full Day - Ages: 5-12 76092 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Half-Day Morning - Ages: 3-12 76093 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-Noon Morning Extended 76091 8/3-8/7 8-9 a.m. Afternoon Extended 76094 8/3-8/7 3:30-5:30 p.m.

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Ages 6-12: Fun and energetic experiences await Cool Ventures campers every day. This two-week camp includes all the best camp activities: games, swimming, crafts, experiments, drama, special events and sports. And just in case that is not enough, we will add to the fun by having special events and field trips. Campers will be divided into age appropriate groups. Camp will not meet on July 3rd. Germantown Community Recreation Center 77027 6/29-7/10 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $235 77028 7/13-7/24 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $260 77029 7/27-8/7 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $260

KIDSPIRED Ages 5-12: KIDspired Summer Camp provides weekly fun-filled programs intended to keep your child active through crafts, camp games, sports, and more. Weekly themes and dress up days provide a safe space for campers to make new friends, stay physically active, and have fun all summer. Activities include swimming once a week, organized camp games, onsite water activities, STEAM projects, camp sports, and arts and crafts. Attend all seven weeks of summer camp for the price of six. Instructor: KIDSPIRED Hallie Wells Middle School 76457 6/22-6/26 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76459 6/29-7/2 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76460 7/6-7/10 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76461 7/13-7/17 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76462 7/20-7/24 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76463 7/27-7/31 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 76464 8/3-8/7 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Ages 6-12: Summer Fun Centers are one of the many Montgomery County Recreation gems you’ll discover this summer. The summer will be filled with fun and excitement. The Summer Fun Center program is organized fun, with well-planned and supervised activities. You can choose to hang out with friends or make new ones, we’ll keep things hopping with creative and fun crafts, sports, games, music and special events. Three swim sessions are also included. Every day will be packed with summer fun for kids just like you. Summer Fun Centers will not meet on Friday, July 3. Participants must have completed kindergarten and be entering first grade to register. Proof of school attendance may be required. Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 77030 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Bradley Hills Elementary School 77031 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Clara Barton Neighborhood Recreation Center $395 77032 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Coffield Community Recreation Center 77033 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395

Damascus Community Recreation Center 77034 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 East County Community Recreation Center 77035 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Glenallan Elementary School 77036 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center 77037 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 King, Martin Luther Middle School 77038 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Viers Mill Elementary School 77039 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Long Branch Community Recreation Center 77040 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Longwood Community Recreation Center 77041 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395

McNair, Ronald Elementary School 77042 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Mid-County Community Recreation Center 77043 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Montgomery Village Middle School 77044 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Newport Mills Middle School 77045 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Plum Gar Community Recreation Center 77046 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Praisner Community Recreation Center 77047 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Ride, Dr. Sally K. Elementary School 77048 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Ross Boddy Neighborhood Recreation Center 77049 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Silver Creek Middle School 77051 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Upper County Community Recreation Center 77052 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 White Oak Community Recreation Center 77053 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395 Wims, Wilson Elementary School 77054 6/29-8/7 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $395

Sample Daily Schedule

8-9 a.m. Check in, greet friends, low key activities, supervised free play 9-9:30 a.m. Morning wake up and warm up 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Programs filled with themed activities, sports, games, music, drama, trips, special events and lunch 3:30-4 p.m. Snack and cool down 4-6 p.m. Low key activities, supervised free play, summer reading time and check out

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Teen Leadership Camps SUMMER LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE Ages 13-16: Our goal is to empower participants to effect positive changes within themselves and within their community. Young people will learn about employment opportunities to pursue and become competent in leading others in activities. Each session concludes with participants coordinating and implementing a capstone project benefiting the local community. In addition to developing useful skills, participants will receive individual evaluations and be able to earn up to 35 SSL hours per session. Participants will also receive an opportunity to earn CPR and First Aid certification. You may only register for and participate in one (1) session of SLC. No transportation is available. Galway Elementary School 77131 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $224 Silver Creek Middle School $224 77137 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Silver Spring International Middle School $224 77140 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Parks, Rosa Middle School $249 77138 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Shady Grove Middle School $249 77139 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wheaton Community Recreation Center 77128 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 N. Potomac Community Recreation Center 77129 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Bells Mill Elementary School 77125 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Bradley Hills Elementary School $249 77126 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Damascus Community Recreation Center 77135 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Farquhar, William H. Middle School 77130 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249

SUMMER LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE - LIFEGUARDING Ages 14-16: Summer Leadership Challenge (SLC) Lifeguarding is a specialized program designed to introduce participants to what it takes to become a certified lifeguard. Participants must have basic swimming ability, be prepared to swim daily and be comfortable in deep water and submerging underwater. Instruction will focus on water skills needed for successful completion of the American Red Cross pre-course skills test lifeguard training. Participants who pass the pre-course skills test will be offered free registration for lifeguard training courses offered at County aquatic facilities. Participants will also receive an opportunity to earn CPR and First Aid certification and be exposed to other water activities such as scuba and diving. Employment opportunities may be available after successful completion of lifeguard training. Participants may earn up to 35 SSL hours for the session. No transportation is available. Martin Luther King Jr. Swim Center 77134 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $224 Germantown Indoor Swim Center 77132 8/3-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center 77133 8/3-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249

REMINDER All prices, dates, times, and locations are current as of the time the Guide goes to press. They are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.

SUMMER LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE 2.0 Ages 13-16: Join us for the next level of the Summer Leadership Challenge program. SLC 2.0 is specifically designed for former SLC campers and will dive further into leadership and workforce development for youth. SLC 2.0 will focus on building confidence, developing leadership, communication, and informed decisionmaking skills. Participants will expand their social awareness through peer projectbased learning and will understand the maturity and means required to be active in a community to create a positive change. Young people will participate in interactive workshops, team building experiences and design and implement a servicelearning project. You must have have successfully completed SLC to enroll in SLC 2.0. Participants may earn up to 35 SSL hours for the session. No transportation is available. N. Potomac Community Recreation Center 77136 8/3-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249 Wheaton Community Recreation Center 77127 8/3-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $249

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Therapeutic Recreation Therapeutic Recreation (TR) camps are designed specifically for individuals with disabilities and focus on campers’ unique abilities. TR camps are highly structured with adapted activities and utilize trained staff and volunteers. TR camps generally have a maximum of 20 Campers with a one staff to four participant ratio. Full day and half-day camps for youth and teens are available to compliment the Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) Extended School Year (ESY) schedule. To be a successful, camper must be able to follow one/two step directions, manage their behavior and make simple choices. Campers must exhibit ability for self care with limited assistance and must be toilet trained.

YOUTH CAMPS CAMP PINES Ages 6-10: For elementary school youth with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD and/ or Asperger’s. Color week, animal week and beach week themes bring excitement to the daily schedule and routine of the camp experience. Board games and crafts encourages social skills while swimming, hiking and outdoor games build fitness skills. Campers are placed in small groups for specific activities. TR Extended Camp option available. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76489 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $162 76490 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180 76491 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180 76492 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90

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Ages 6-10: For elementary school youth with developmental disabilities. This camp is designed as a wrap-around option for Camp Cherokee and Camp Apollo. Games, arts and crafts, movement and music encourage being active and strengthen social skills. Field trips and swimming included each week. TR Extended Camp option available. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76503 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90 76504 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $72 76505 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90

Ages 6-10: For elementary school youth within the autism spectrum. Activities for campers include music, playground fun, swimming and local field trips. Quiet time, low lighting and sensory activities will be used as a transition from ESY. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76474 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m. $295

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CAMP CHEROKEE Ages 6-10: For elementary school youth with developmental disabilities. Weekly themes may include super heroes and beach week. Fun crafts, board games, swimming and local field trips add to the fun. Quiet time, low lighting and sensory toys will be used as a transition from ESY to camp. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76480 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m. $295

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Ages 14-21: For high school teens within the autism spectrum. After ESY, spend afternoons being active with structured games, crafts and theme week activities. Community trips include outdoor swimming twice a week, discovering nature centers and visiting local parks. Rock Terrace School 76473 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m. $295

CAMP ATLAS Ages 11-14: For middle school teens within the autism spectrum. Structured games, puzzles, Lego®s, crafts, outdoor swimming, and field trips to keep mind and body active. Wood, Earle B. Middle School $295 76475 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

CAMP BULLSEYE Ages 11-14: For middle school youth with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD and/ or Asperger’s. Activities include board games, indoor and outdoor sports and games, outdoor swimming, special theme weeks and local trips. TR extended camp option available. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76477 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180 76476 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $162 76478 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180 76479 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90

CAMP CHESAPEAKE Ages 14-21: For high school teens with developmental disabilities. This is a daily travel camp to regional parks and recreation facilities, swimming and canoeing. Each day is a new trip destination. Trips are designed for active, independent teens and involve a lot of walking and/or physical exercise. TR Extended Camp option available. Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76481 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $100 76482 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $80 76483 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $100

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Ages 11-21: For middle school and high school teens with developmental disabilities. Designed for campers who prefer a milder camp environment where they can chill and relax while having fun. Calming lighting, music and sensoryintegration activities are included. Activities include special theme days, crafts, games, swimming and community trips. TR Extended Camp option available. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76484 6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90 76485 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $72 76486 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $90

Ages 6-21: Afternoon Therapeutic Recreation extended camp program to compliment Camp Bullseye, Camp Chesapeake, Camp Chillax, Camp Pines, TR Extra Summer Fun and TR Teen Zone. Enjoy games, music, karaoke, and a chance to unwind and relax after a long day of camp. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76498 6/22-6/26 3:30-6 p.m. 76499 6/29-7/2 3:30-6 p.m. 76500 7/6-7/17 3:30-6 p.m. 76501 7/20-7/31 3:30-6 p.m. 76502 8/3-8/7 3:30-6 p.m.

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CAMP ULTRA Ages 11-14: For middle school teens with developmental disabilities. Active play games, puzzles, Lego®s, crafts, nature hikes, swimming, and field trips are all designed to build social interaction and group relationships. Wood, Earle B. Middle School $295 76495 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

TR TEEN ZONE Ages 14-21: For high school teens with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, and/ or Asperger’s. Activities include special theme weeks, team building games, field trips, outdoor swimming and creative craft projects. TR Extended Camp option available. Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76506 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180 76507 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $180

CAMP PURSUITS Ages 13-14: For high school teens with developmental disabilities. This afternoon camp features outdoor swimming, beginning sports, group friendly board games, basic crafts, community trips, and theme week activities to enhance socialization and peer interaction. Rock Terrace School 76494 7/6-7/31 12:30-6 p.m. $295

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ESY TRANSPORTATION Afternoon camps compliment the MCPS Extended School Year (ESY) schedule. These camps are primarily in the central Rockville area. Parents must arrange ESY transportation through the homeroom teacher at the IEP meeting. MCPS buses will transport students from the ESY to MCR camps; parents must then pick up campers at the end of camp. If arranging ESY transport to camp, please choose an afternoon camp, as the full day camps may not be on-site to receive campers due to scheduled swim and field trips.

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HOW TO TAME YOUR KAYAK Ages 12-17: This camp encourages personal development, team building and self-reflection through a variety of exciting and physically demanding outdoor activities. This is a great way to learn new skills, make new friends and have fun. The camp will be in a wilderness setting and will go rain or shine. This program is structured to provide an inclusive environment for individuals with ADD/ ADHD as well as participants without disabilities. Campers will learn to flip their kayak and wet exit, do t-rescues, deep water rescues and start to learn to roll their kayaks. We will learn basic skills and do daily trips. Campers must be able to paddle their own kayaks in increasingly challenging environments and be very active outdoors for seven and a half hours each day. Campers must be able to pass a swim test on the first day of camp. Please come dressed to be wet each day. One to four staff to participant ratio. The majority of this camp will be in sea kayaks. Pick up/ drop off Germantown Outdoor Pool and outside Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center. 76496 8/3-8/7 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $200 76497 8/10-8/14 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $200

Ages 5-21: For youth and teens with multiple/severe disabilities. Sensory and auditory stimulation, as well as peer interaction, are emphasized through activities. Music, crafts, board games and special events are part of the camp day. Parents must make transportation arrangements with MCPS for the p.m. bus run. Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76487 7/6-7/31 Noon-3:30 p.m. $200 Knolls, Stephen Elementary School 76488 7/6-7/31 Noon-3:30 p.m. $200

Ages 5-21: For youth and teens with physical disabilities. Siblings may also apply and will be admitted based on availability of space. Activities include adapted sports, arts and crafts, games, swimming and theme week activities. Co-sponsored with Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS). MCPS transportation and personal care provided. Call 301-657-4959 to receive a registration packet. MCPS registration also required. Location to be determined by MCPS. 76493 7/6-7/31 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $200

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TEEN SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES JUNIOR COUNSELOR ORIENTATION Ages 14 & Up: See what it takes to be a camp counselor by becoming a Junior Counselor. Teens training to become recreation leaders will assist summer staff in planning and leading activities for campers such as games, sports and crafts. Increase your confidence while learning leadership, planning and communication skills. Registration is limited to one session only. Junior Counselors must have previously served as a Junior Counselor, a TR Mainstream Companion or completed the Summer Leadership Challenge camp. All registrants must attend the mandatory Junior Counselor orientation. Registrants must make the full two week commitment. Student Service Learning hours may be earned upon successful completion of the program. Germantown Community Recreation Center 76999 5/21 5:30-8:30 p.m. Holiday Park Senior Center 77000 5/30 9 a.m.-Noon White Oak Community Recreation Center 77002 6/11 5:30-8:30 p.m.

JUNIOR COUNSELOR Bauer Drive CRC SFC 76921 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76922 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76923 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Bradley Hills ES SFC 76924 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76925 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76926 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Clara Barton CRC SFC 76927 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76928 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76929 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Coffield CRC SFC 76930 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76931 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76932 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Damascus CRC SFC 76933 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76934 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76935 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

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East County CRC SFC 76936 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76937 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76938 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

Plum Gar CRC SFC 76972 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76973 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76974 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

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Praisner CRC SFC 76975 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76976 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76977 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

76939 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76940 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76941 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Glenallen ES SFC 76942 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76943 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76944 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Good Hope CRC SFC 76945 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76946 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76947 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Long Branch CRC SFC 76948 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76949 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76950 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Longwood CRC SFC 76951 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76952 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76953 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

$60 $60 $60

Sally K. Ride ES SFC 76984 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76985 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76986 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

$60 $60 $60

Silver Creek

$60 $60 $60

Upper County CRC SFC 76987 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76988 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76989 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

McNair ES SFC 76954 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76955 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76956 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Mid-County CRC SFC 76957 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76958 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76959 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. MLK Jr. MS SFC 76960 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76961 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76962 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Ross Boddy NRC SFC 76981 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76982 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76983 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

$60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60

Montgomery Village MS SFC 76963 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76964 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76965 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

76966 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76967 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76968 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

Viers Mill ES SFC 76990 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76991 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76992 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 White Oak CRC SFC 76993 6/22-7/3 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76994 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76995 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 Wilson Wims ES SFC

76996 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76997 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76998 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

Newport Mills MS SFC 76969 6/29-7/10 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76970 7/13-7/24 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60 76971 7/27-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $60

For more information call 240.777.6840

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How to Register to be a TR Junior Leader 1. Register online by

selecting the session you want to volunteer for, then: a. Select a TR Junior Leader Orientation b. Checkout

2. If you want to volunteer

for additional sessions contact Marco D’Ottavi at 240-777-6891 or Marco.D’Ottavi@ montgomerycountymd.gov.

TR JUNIOR LEADER Ages 14-17: Gain valuable leadership experience while you assist campers with disabilities. Develop your communication and planning skills to lead sports, games or craft activities with the campers.

ACHILLES

Rock Terrace School 76840 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76841 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

APOLLO Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76842 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76843 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

ATLAS Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76844 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76845 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

Register online at ActiveMONTGOMERY.org

BULLSEYE Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76846 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76847 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76848 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76849 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

CHEROKEE Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76850 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76851 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

CHILLAX Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76852 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76853 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

CREATIVE AFTERNOONS Knolls, Stephen Elementary School 76854 7/6-7/31 12-3:30 p.m Matsunaga, Spark Elementary School 76855 7/6-7/31 12-3:30 p.m.

PINES Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76856 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76857 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76858 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76859 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

PROJECT DISCOVERY Flower Valley Elementary School 76860 7/6-7/17 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 76911 7/20-7/31 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

PURSUITS Rock Terrace School 76861 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76862 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m.

TR EXTRA SUMMER FUN Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76863 6/22-7/2 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76864 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

TR TEEN ZONE Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76865 7/6-7/17 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 76866 7/20-7/31 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

ULTRA Wood, Earle B. Middle School 76867 7/6-7/17 12:30-6 p.m. 76868 7/20-7/31 12:30-6 p.m. For more information call 240.777.6840

TR JUNIOR LEADER ORIENTATION 14 & Up: This orientation will focus on leadership skills, communication, disability awareness, strategies to work with campers and an overview of what to expect, including paperwork required. Student Service Learning hours may be earned upon successful completion of the program. This is a mandatory orientation for TR Junior Leaders and Mainstream/ Inclusion Companions. Volunteers must successfully complete an orientation prior to volunteering. Volunteers assist children or teens with learning disabilities, developmental or physical disabilities who need your support to have the best summer ever. Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76258 5/30 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $30 Recreation Administrative Office 76255 3/27 3-6:30 p.m. $30 76259 6/10 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m $30 76261 7/8 5:30-9 p.m. $30 Germantown Community Recreation Center 76256 4/28 5:30-9 p.m. $30 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76257 5/14 5:30-9 p.m. $30 White Oak Community Recreation Center 76260 6/23 5:30-9 p.m. $30

TR RETURNING JUNIOR LEADER ORIENTATION 14 & Up: This one day orientation is for returning volunteers. It will focus on leadership skills, communication, disability awareness, strategies to work with campers and an overview of what to expect, including paperwork required. Student Service Learning hours may be earned upon successful completion of the program. Orientation is mandatory for TR Junior Leaders and Mainstream/Inclusion Companions. Recreation Administrative Office 76254 4/18 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $25

REMINDER All TR Junior Leaders must attend one of the mandatory TR Junior Leadership orientations prior to the start of camp.

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How to Register to be a TR Mainstream/ inclusion Companion

TR MAINSTREAM/ INCLUSION COMPANION

a. Select a TR Mainstream/ Inclusion Companion

Ages 14-17: Teens who volunteer as a Mainstream/Inclusion Companion can experience first-hand the satisfaction of helping a child with a disability gain the most from their summer program. Companions work one-on-one with a child to help them integrate into a summer program with children without disabilities. Companions are never alone with the camper and they do not provide personal care. Volunteer must be 14 at the start of the camp and have successfully completed the TR Volunteer Orientation. Volunteers can receive SSL hours for up to eight hours per day.

b. Checkout

Down County

1. Register online by

selecting the week (within your region) you want to volunteer for, then:

2. If you want to volunteer

for additional weeks contact Marco D’Ottavi at 240-777-6891 or Marco.D’Ottavi@ montgomerycountymd.gov.

3. Specific volunteer location

assingment will be determined after attending orientation.

RegionS Down County - Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Kensington and Potomac East County - Burtonsville, Silver Spring, Wheaton and White Oak Mid-County - Aspen Hill, Bel Pre, Glenmont, Olney and Rockville North County - Clarksburg, Damascus, Gaithersburg and Germantown

76878 76879 76880 76881 76882 76883 76884 76885 76886

6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

East County 76887 76888 76889 76890 76891 76892 76910 76912 76913

6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Mid-County 76893 76894 76895 76896 76897 76898 76909

6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

North County 76869 76870 76871 76872 76873 76874 76875 76876 76877

For more information call 240.777.6840

6/22-6/26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6/29-7/2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/6-7/10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/13-7/17 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/20-7/24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7/27-7/31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/3-8/7 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/10-8/14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8/17-8/21 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

TR VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION Ages 13-17: The orientation will focus on leadership skills, communication, disability awareness, strategies to work with campers and an overview of what to expect, including paperwork required. Student Service Learning hours may be earned upon successful completion of the program. This is a mandatory orientation for TR Junior Leaders and Mainstream/ Inclusion Companions. Volunteers must successfully complete an orientation. Volunteers assist children or teens with learning disabilities, developmental or physical disabilities who need your support to have the best summer ever. Volunteer are never alone with campers and are supported by on site staff and visiting volunteer coach. Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center 76258 5/30 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $30 Recreation Administrative Office 76255 3/27 3-6:30 p.m. $30 76259 6/10 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $30 76261 7/8 5:30-9 p.m. $30 Germantown Community Recreation Center 76256 4/28 5:30-9 p.m. $30 Potomac Community Recreation Center 76257 5/14 5:30-9 p.m. $30

TR RETURNING VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION Ages 13-17: This orientation is for returning volunteers. It will focus on leadership skills, communication, disability awareness, strategies to work with campers and an overview of what to expect, including paperwork required. Student Service Learning hours may be earned upon successful completion of the program. Orientation is mandatory for TR Junior Leaders and Mainstream/ Inclusion Companions. Volunteers assist children or teens with learning disabilities, developmental or physical disabilities who need your support to have the best summer ever. Volunteer are never alone with campers and are supported by on site staff and visiting volunteer coach. Recreation Administrative Office 76254 4/18 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $25 White Oak Community Recreation Center 76260 6/23 5:30-9 p.m. $30

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CAMPS BY LOCATION With so many camps and amazing programs, find what you’re looking for faster with our Camps by Location section. Listings for Junior Counselors and Therapeutic Recreation Assistants can be found on pages 28-31.

BETHESDA /POTOMAC ASHBURTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mystery Academy -Magic Fun.................13 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Mystery Academy-Magic Performance.......13 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE HIGH SCHOOL Investing for Teens..................................10 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

BELLS MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Leadership Challenge..............25 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31

BETHESDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Ultimate Music Experience.......................7 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

BEVERLY FARMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Digital Art................................................11 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

My First Lemonade Stand.......................10 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Super Hero Engineering with Lego Materials........................................12 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

BEVERLY FARMS LOCAL PARK Challenger International Soccer..............18 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

BRADLEY HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Fun Center................................24

JANE E. LAWTON COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Summer Leadership Challenge................25

Dramatic Kids... .......................................13

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Session Dates: 7/20-7/31

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

CLARA BARTON NEIGHBORHOOD RECREATION CENTER

Frozen! Ballet... .........................................6

Summer Fun Center................................24

Jump Start Summer Sports......................16

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

MEADOWBROOK LOCAL PARK

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Session Dates: 6/22-8/7

Jump Start Basketball..............................16

COFFIELD COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Jump Start Flag Football & Cheer.............16

Steel Soccer ............................................19 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Steel Soccer - Petite................................18 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

DUFIEF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Boolean Girl: Coding Adventures Fundamentals.. .......................................10

Jump Start Lacrosse................................16 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Jump Start Olympics...............................16 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Jump Start Track & Field..........................16 Jump Start Ultimate Warrior...................16 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Jump Start World Cup Soccer..................16 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Steel Soccer..... .......................................19

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Ultimate Frisbee - Elementary School.....19

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Ultimate Frisbee - High School................19

Boolean Girl: Coding Challenges.............11

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Science Magic.. .......................................12

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

FARMLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Ultimate Frisbee - Middle School............19 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Intro to STEM with Lego® Materials......................................12

REMINDER

Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

STEM Challenge with Lego®....................12 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Ultimate Music Experience.......................7

Judo................. .......................................15

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Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

KEN GAR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Summer Leadership Challenge -Lifeguarding.... .......................................25 Session Dates: 8/3-8/14

Super Hero Master Engineering with Lego Materials........................................13 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

KENNEDY SHRIVER AQUATIC CENTER

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

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CAMPS BY LOCATION NORTH BETHESDA MIDDLE SCHOOL Budding Entrepreneurs...........................10 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Money Matters.......................................10 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Pom & Hip-Hop Dance............................17

Rugby............... .......................................18 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

SILVER CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Summer Fun Center................................24

Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Summer Leadership Challenge ...............25

Princess & Super Hero Dance

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Train Like a Pro Basketball.......................17

Session Dates: 6/22-7/2

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

TILDEN WOODS LOCAL PARK

WOOD ACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Boolean Girl: Coding Adventures Fundamentals.........................................10 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Boolean Girl: Coding Challanges.................11 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

WYNGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Electronic Game DesignPlatform Game..........................................9 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Electronic Game DesignRacing Game...........................................10

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Junior Robotics-Star Wars.......................12

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Mystery Academy -Magic Fun.................13

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Mystery AcademyMagic Performance.................................13

NORWOOD LOCAL PARK

Abrakadoodle: Let’s Go Camping!.............5

Mini Musical Notions N’Motions.............7

Abrakadoodle: Yummy Art........................5

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Coach Doug Club Endless Summer.. .......23

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Ninja Warrior Parkour...............................8

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

POTOMAC COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

WESTLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Chess Beginners......................................11

Sports Management...............................10

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Musical Notions N’ Motions...................7 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Chess Intermediate/Advanced................11 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventures Jr..........................................22

WISCONSIN PLACE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Coach Parker Basketball Academy...........15

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventures.......22

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Kids Kitchen: Food, Fitness, Fun!...................9 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

Ofer Levy Volleyball................................20 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

Team Askew Basketball Academy............14

Looking to Make a Day of It?

Potomac Flag Football.............................15 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Young Rembrandts: Cartooning.................6 Young Rembrandts: Culinary Mischief & Pastels.......................6 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

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CAMPS BY LOCATION DOWN/ EAST COUNTY CAPITAL VIEW-HOMEWOOD LOCAL PARK Abrakadoodle: Adventure Park.................4

GOOD HOPE NEIGHBORHOOD RECREATION CENTER

OAKLAND TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Coach Parker Basketball Academy..............15

Summer Fun Center................................24

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Abrakadoodle: Kids on the Runway..........5

JACKSON ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Abrakadoodle: Under the Sea...................5

Jump Start 7 Week Summer Sports With Swim....... .......................................16

Abrakadoodle: Paws, Claws & Hooves..........6

Jump Start Basketball..............................16

Abrakadoodle:Pirate Island.......................6

Jump Start College Days..........................16

Dips and Donuts........................................9

Jump Start Flag Football & Cheer............16

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

PRAISNER COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Session Dates: 6/22-8/7

RECREATION ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Summer Musical Theatre........................13

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

EAST COUNTY COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

SILVER SPRING INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Summer Leadership Challenge................25

Karate Clinic..... .......................................15

Jump Start Olympics...............................16 Jump Start Track and Field......................16

Session Dates: 6/22-6/25

Jump Start Ultimate Warrior...................16

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Jump Start World Cup Soccer..................16

Summer Fun Center................................24

GALWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Leadership Challenge................25 Session Dates: 6/22-7/2

GLENALLAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

REMINDER

Session Dates: 6/22-7/2

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

SLIGO MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Ultimate Music Experience.......................7 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

KNOLLS, STEPHEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Camp Creative Afternoons......................28 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

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WELLER ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Karate Clinic............................................15 Session Dates: 7/6-7/9

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SWIM CENTER Summer Leadership Challenge Lifeguarding..... .......................................25 Session Dates: 6/22-7/2

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WHEATON COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Abrakadoodle: Bug Me...........................20 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Abrakadoodle: Extreme Steam................20

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Frozen! Ballet..........................................20 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Ofer Levy Volleyball................................20 Princess for a Week Ballet.......................20

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Summer Leadership Challenge . .............21

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Summer Leadership Challenge 2.0 .........21 Session Dates: 8/3-8/14

Wheaton Extended Care.........................21 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Wheaton Basketball................................21 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

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CAMPS BY LOCATION MID-COUNTY BARNSLEY, LUCY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mystery Academy -Magic Fun................13 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Mystery Academy-Magic Performance......13 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

BAUER DRIVE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Camp Chesapeake..................................27 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

How to Tame Your Kaykak.......................20 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Rugby......................................................18 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Steel Soccer ........................................... 19 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Summer Fun Center...............................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

CAMP OLYMPIA Horseback Riding....................................15 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Horseback Riding: Sports, Horses & More........................................15 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

FARQUHAR, WILLIAM H. MIDDLE SCHOOL Summer Leadership Challenge ...............25 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31

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Camp Project Discovery..........................28

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

LONGWOOD COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Digital Art & Graphic Design....................11

Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Electronic Game DesignInvader Defense........................................9 Electronic Game DesignRacing Game...........................................10

Summer Fun Center ...............................24

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Volleyball......... .......................................20

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Junior Robotics-Star Wars.......................12

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Ultimate Music Experience.......................7

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PARKS, ROSA MIDDLE SCHOOL

Abrakadoodle: Adventure Park.................4 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Coach Parker Basketball Academy...........15

Abrakadoodle: Let’s Go Camping!............5

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Abrakadoodle: Space Art Adventure Steam......................................5

Session Dates: 7/6-7/17

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

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Chess Beginners......................................11 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Chess Intermediate/Advanced................11 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Summer Fun Center................................24

Summer Leadership Challenge................25

ROCK TERRACE SCHOOL Camp Achilles.........................................27 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Camp Pursuits.........................................27 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

ROSS BODDY COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Science Magic.........................................12

Super Hero Engineering with Lego Materials........................................12 Super Hero Master Engineering with Lego Materials........................................13 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

NORBECK-MUNCASTER MILL NEIGHBORHOOD PARK Abrakadoodle: Full Steam Ahead..............4 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Abrakadoodle: It’s a Jungle Out There!.............................5 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Abrakadoodle: World Travel 3D.................5 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

American Picnic........................................8 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Intro to Survival.........................................8 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Restaurant Creation..................................9 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

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SHERWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Electronic Game DesignPlatform Game..........................................9 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

EV3 Robotics: Olympics...........................11 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Junior Robotics- Machines......................12 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Olney Multi-Sports....................................7 Session Dates: 6/22-8/7 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

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Challenger International Soccer..............18

BAKER, JOHN T. MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

WOOD, EARLE B. MIDDLE SCHOOL

Digital Art and Graphic Design................11

Camp Apollo...........................................26

CEDAR GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Camp Atlas..............................................27 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Camp Bullseye.........................................27 Session Dates: 6/22-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Camp Cherokee.......................................27 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Camp Chillax...........................................27 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Camp Pines.............................................26 Session Dates: 6/22-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Camp Ultra..............................................27 Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

TR Extended Camp..................................27 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 7/6-7/17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

TR Extra Summer Fun..............................26 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

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Electronic Game DesignInvader Defense........................................9 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31..

EV3 Robotics: Mission to Mars................11 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Junior Robotics- Machines......................12 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

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Challenger International Soccer..............18

GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Baton, Cheerleading & Poms...................15 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Chess Beginners......................................11 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Chess Intermediate/Advanced................23 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Coach Doug Club Endless Summer...........23 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Cool Ventures... .......................................23 Session Dates: 6/29-7/10

Electronic Game Design- Racing Game.......10 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Babysitters Club- Cheer Prodigy...............19

EV3- Mission to Mars..............................11

Luau Party- Cheer Prodigy.......................19

Hip-Hop Dance..........................................7

Session Dates: 7/20-7/24 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Mad-Scientist- Cheer Prodigy..................19 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Olympics- Cheer Prodigy.........................19 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Superhero Adventure- Cheer Prodigy.............19 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

CLEMENTE, ROBERTO MIDDLE SCHOOL Digital Art......... .......................................11 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

DAMASCUS COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Ofer Levy Volleyball.................................20 Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Summer Leadership Challenge................25 Session Dates: 7/20-7/31

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How to Tame Tour Kayak.........................20 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/1-8/14

Junior Robotic- Wild Animals..................12 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Magic Academy-Magic Performance.......13 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Mystery Academy -Magic Fun.................13 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Rugby......................................................18 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14 Session Dates: 8/17-8/21

Steel Soccer .... .......................................19 Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

Steel Soccer Petite..................................18 Session Dates: 6/20-7/12

GERMANTOWN INDOOR SWIM CENTER Summer Leadership Challenge................25 Session Dates: 8/3-8/14

KING, MARTIN LUTHER MIDDLE SCHOOL Summer Fun Center ...............................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

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CAMPS BY LOCATION KINGSVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Innovation Lab........................................11

NORTH POTOMAC COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

ROCKY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Frozen! Ballet..........................................6

Boolean Girl: Coding Adventures Fundamentals.........................................10

MATSUNAGA, SPARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Intro to STEM with Lego®......... ...............12

Boolean Girl: Coding Challenges..................11 Digital Art & Graphic Design....................11

Camp Creative Afternoons......................28

Jump Start Summer Sports.....................17

Session Dates: 7/6-7/17

Session Dates: 7/6-7/31

Electronic Game DesignInvader Defense........................................9 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Electronic Game DesignPlatform Game..........................................9 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Junior Robotic-Wild Animals ..................12 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

Young Rembrandts: Cartooning.................6 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Young Rembrandts: Fashion, Faces and Flowers.....................................6 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

MCNAIR, RONALD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

MONTGOMERY VILLAGE MIDDLE SCHOOL Summer Fun Center...............................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Session Dates: 6/22-8/14

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26 Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Jump Start Basketball..............................17 Session Dates: 7/20-7/24

Dramatic Kids..........................................13

Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

Playwriting to Performance.....................13

Jump Start College Days..........................17

Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Jump Start Flag Football & Cheer............17

Session Dates: 7/6-7/17

Jump Start Lacrosse................................17

SHADY GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Session Dates: 8/3-8/7

Session Dates: 6/29-7/2

Jump Start Olympics...............................17 Session Dates: 7/13-7/17

Jump Start Track & Field..........................17

Session Dates: 7/6-7/17

Jump Start Ultimate Warrior...................17 Session Dates: 7/6-7/10

UPPER COUNTY COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

Session Dates: 6/22-6/26

Summer Fun Center................................24

Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

Jump Start World Cup Soccer..................17 STEM Challenge with Lego®....................12 Summer Leadership Challenge 2.0.........25 Session Dates: 8/3-8/14

Summer Leadership Challenge................25 Session Dates: 7/6-7/17

Ultimate Music Experience......................7 Session Dates: 8/10-8/14

PLUM GAR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

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QUINCE ORCHARD VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD PARK Cupcake Wars...........................................9

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Ninja Warrior Parkour...............................8 Session Dates: 7/27-7/31

RIDE, DR. SALLY K. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Summer Fun Center................................24 Session Dates: 6/29-8/7

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LOCATIONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

HIGH SCHOOLS

Ashburton ES........................ ........6314 Lone Oak Drive, Bethesda, 20817 Bannockburn ES..................................6520 Dalroy Lane, Bethesda, 20817 Bells Mill ES............................. ...........8225 Bells Mill Road, Potomac, 20854 Bel Pre ES...................13801 Ripplilng Brook Drive, Silver Spring, 20906 Belmont ES............................. ............19528 Olney Mill Road, Olney, 20832 Bradley Hills ES..................... ..........8701 Hartsdale Ave., Bethesda, 20817 Cedar Grove ES..........................24001 Ridge Road, Germantown, 20876 Chevy Chase ES.................... .....4015 Rosemary St., Chevy Chase, 20815 Cresthaven ES.....................1234 Cresthaven Drive, Silver Spring, 20903 Drew, Dr. Charles R. ES...1200 Swingingdale Drive Silver Spring, 20905 DuFief ES................................. ...15001 DuFief Drive, Gaithersburg, 20878 Flower Valley ES................... .......4615 Sunflower Drive, Rockville, 20853 Forest Knolls ES....................10830 Eastwood Ave., Silver Spring, 20901 Gibbs, William B. ES.....12615 Royal Crown Dive,Germantown, 20876 Glenallan ES........................... ..12520 Heurich Road, Silver Spring, 20902 Kensington-Parkwood ES..................710 Saul Road, Kensington,20895 Knolls, Stephen ES.........10731 St. Margaret's Way, Kensington, 20895 Little Bennett ES........23930 Burdette Forest Road,Clarksburg, 20871 Luxmanor ES......................... .................6201 Tilden Lane, Rockville, 20852 Matsunaga ES................13902 Broomfield Road, Germantown, 20874 McNair, Ronald ES..............13881 Hopkins Road, Germantown, 20874 Oakland Terrace ES............. ..2720 Plyers Mill Road, SilverSpring, 20902 Olney ES................................... .........3401 Queen Mary Drive, Olney, 20832 Potomac ES............................ ................10311 River Road, Rockville, 20854 Ride, Sally K. ES....21301 Seneca CrossingDrive, Germantown, 20876 Stonegate ES......................... .....14811 Notley Road, Silver Spring, 20905 Travilah ES............................13801 Dufief Mill Road Gaithersburg,20878 Weller Road ES...................... ........3301 Weller Road, Silver Spring, 20906

Johnson, Walter HS............ ....6400 Rock Spring Drive, Bethesda, 20814 Rock Terrace HS.................... ..................390 Martins Lane, Rockville, 20850 Rockville HS........................... ..........2100 Baltimore Road, Rockville, 20851

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Banneker, Benjamin MS.........27180 Point Lookout Road, Loveville, 20656 Cabin John Middle School.......10701 Gainsborough Road, Potomac, 20854 Forest Oak MS..............651 Saybrooke Oak Blvd., Gaithersburg, 20877 King, Martin Luther MS.... 13737 Wisteria Drive, Germantown, 20876 Kingsview MS...................18909 Kingsview Road, Germantown, 20874 Loiederman MS................... .12701 Goodhill Road, Silver Spring, 20906 Montgomery Village MS.......19300 Watkins Mill Road, Gaithersburg, 20879 Neelsville MS...........11700 Neelsville Church Road, Germantown, 20876 Newport Mill MS...........................11311 Newport Mill Road, Kensington, 20895 North Bethesda MS.........................8935 Bradmoor St., Bethesda, 20817 Parkland MS................................4610 West Frankfort Drive, Rockville, 20853 Parks, Rosa MS...................... ............19200 Olney Mill Road, Olney, 20832 Rocky Hill MS......................... .22401 Brickhaven Way, Clarksburg, 20871 Tilden MS.......................11211 Old Georgetown Road, Rockville, 20852 Wood MS................................. ..............14615 Bauer Drive, Rockville, 20853

Bradley Local Park............... ..........8703 Hartsdale Ave., Bethesda, 20817 Darnestown LP..............14211 Darnestown Road, Darnestown, 20874 Falls Road LP.......................... .................12600 Falls Road, Potomac, 20854 Glenmont LP...........................3201 Randolph Road, Silver Spring, 20906 Meadowbrook LP......7901 Meadowbrook Lane, Chevy Chase, 20815 Norbeck-Muncaster Mill NP....4101 Muncaster Mill Road, Norbeck, 20853 Quince Orchard Valley NP.........12015 Suffolk Terrace, Gaithersburg, 20878 Tilden Woods LP................... .................6800 Tilden Lane, Rockville, 20852 Viers Mill LP............................12015 Suffolk Terrace, Gaithersburg, 20878 Wheaton-Claridge LP.......12015 Suffolk Terrace, Gaithersburg, 20878 Wood LP.................... ....9616 Ridge Heights Drive, Gaithersburg, 20879

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RECREATION CENTERS Bauer Drive CRC................ ..........14625 Bauer Drive, Rockville, 20853 Clara Barton NRC.............7425 MacArthur Blvd., Cabin John, 20818 Damascus CRC................... ...........25520 Oak Drive, Damascus, 20872 East County CRC....3310 Gateshead Manor Way, Silver Spring, 20904 Germantown ISC............... ...18000 Central Park Circle, Boyds, 20841 Germantown CRC.....18905 Kingsview Drive, Germantown, 20874 Germantown OP........18905 Kingsview Road, Germantown, 20874 Good Hope NRC.......14715 Good Hope Road, Silver Spring, 20905 Gwendolyn Coffield CRC.........2450 Lyttonsville Road, Silver Spring, 20910 Jane E. Lawton CRC.......... ....4301 Willow Lane, Chevy Chase, 20815 Long Branch CRC......................8700 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring, 20901 Longwood CRC.................. ....19300 Georgia Ave., Brookeville, 20833 Marilyn J. Praisner CRC...14906 Old Columbia Parkway, Burtonsville, 20866 Mid-County CRC..........................2004 Queensguard Road, Silver Spring, 20906 Nancy H. Dacek CRC.............. 13850 Travilah Road, Rockville, 20850 Olney Swim Center.......... ...............16601 Georgia Ave., Olney, 20832 Plum Gar NRC....................... 19561 Scenery Drive, Germantown, 20874 Potomac CRC...................... ..............11315 Falls Road, Potomac, 20854 Potomac CRC Field........... ..............11315 Falls Road, Potomac, 20854 Ross Boddy CRC.................... 18529 Brooke Road, Sandy Spring, 20860 Upper County CRC......8201 Emory Grove Road, Gaithersburg, 20877 White Oak CRC................... .........1700 April Lane, Silver Spring, 20904 Wisconsin Place CRC...5311 Friendship Blvd., Chevy Chase, 20815

OTHER FACILITIES Camp Olympia...................5511 Muncaster Mill Road, Rockville, 20855 International School of Music..........10450 Auto Park Ave., Bethesda, 20817 Recreation Admin Office...........4010 Randolph Road, Silver Spring, 20902

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Camps by AGE............................................................... 59-61 Camps by STARTING DATE..............................................61-62 Camps by LOCATION...........................................................63 Registration & Refund Information...................................64 2020 Summer Camp Registration Form....................................... inside back cover

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Golf Summer Camps

Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp

This half-day camp is just the ticket for kids 6-13 years old who have expressed interest in and/or shown a talent for golf, but aren't quite ready to play a full round. With the help of a Montgomery County Golf Academy instructor, campers will practice putting, chipping, driving, and using irons and woods Monday-Thursday at the Driving Range. On Friday, they'll compete in a small tournament at a nearby golf course. It'll be a blast for juniors, and a great way to develop the skills needed to start playing golf with the family. Camp fee includes instruction, tees, golf balls and transportation on Friday. South Germantown Driving Range

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Golf and So Much More - Full Day

9 am-12 pm

For kids who want to try golf but don't want to spend all day at it, this great combo camp is a 50/50 split that will keep them interested all day long. With the help of a Montgomery County Golf Academy instructor, all campers will practice putting, chipping, driving, and using irons and woods at the Driving Range, and then on Friday, we will go to a nearby golf course to play a round of 9 holes. Golf equipment will be provided to those who don't have their own golf clubs. Each camper will receive professional instruction, tees, and Golf balls. In the afternoon, full-day campers will participate in group activities such as field games (examples: soccer, basketball, kick ball, etc.), mini-golf, and water fun at the South Germantown Splash Park. Please note that all activities will be held outside, and

can vary depending on the weather. Bring a non-perishable lunch and snack, water bottle, sunscreen, bathing suit, and towel. Fee covers instruction, tees, golf balls, and transportation to the golf course on Friday. Don't want full day camp? Sign up for half-day camp and concentrate on golf! South Germantown Driving Range

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Golf and So Much More - Half Day

For kids who want to try golf but don't want to spend all day at it, this great camp will introduce them to the game with the help of a Montgomery County Golf Academy instructor. All campers will practice putting, chipping, driving, and using irons and woods at the Driving Range, and then on Friday, we will go to a nearby golf course to play a round of 9 holes. Golf equipment will be provided to those who don't have their own golf clubs. Each camper will receive professional instruction, tees, and Golf balls. South Germantown Driving Range 76337 76120 76121 76122 76123 76124 76125 76126 76127

6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs 6-13yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

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6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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Ice Skating & Hockey Summer Camps

Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp

Beat the heat this summer at the ice rink! This full-day camp includes a morning 30-minute group ice skating lesson and afternoon open skating time for practice. Lesson groups are organized by age and skating ability and no previous skating experience is necessary. We'll spend the rest of the day doing fun indoor and outdoor activities including crafts, board games, and fitness activities both indoors and outdoors. Rental skates are included in the camp fee for skaters who need them. Please bring comfortable athletic shoes, a non-perishable lunch (no nut products please), a reusable water bottle, and snacks to last for a full day of camp. Cabin John Ice Rink 76143 76144 76145 76146 76147 76148 76149 76150 76151

6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$244 $305 $305 $305 $305 $305 $305 $305 $305

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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

Cabin John Ice Camp: Before Care 8-9am

Before care for the Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp and the Outdoor Adventure Camp. Cabin John Ice Rink 76152 76153 76154 76155 76156 76157 76158 76159 76160

6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$40 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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Cabin John Ice Camp: After Care 4:30-6pm After care for the Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp. Cabin John Ice Rink

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6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$60 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

The 'Cool' Summer Ice Skating Camp

Cool down this summer at Wheaton Ice Arena! This full-day camp is for all, from absolute beginners to upand-coming ice skating stars. Campers will skate twice every day in the morning and afternoon including a 30 minute ice skating lesson taught by a professional instructor and ice time during the public session to practice the skills learned. Lesson groups will be divided based on age and skating ability and skaters will be evaluated at the end of the week to determine their current skating level. We'll also do lots of fun indoor and outdoor off-ice activities, including stretching and fun fitness activities! Please bring comfortable athletic shoes, a non-perishable lunch (no nut products please), snack and water bottle each day. Rental skates will be provided, if needed. Wheaton Ice Arena

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6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$224 $280 $280 $280 $280 $280 $280 $280 $280

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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Wheaton Ice Camp, Before Care 8-9am

Before Care for Wheaton Ice Arena Summer Camps. Wheaton Ice Arena 75996 75997 75998 75999 76000 76001 76002 76003

6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$40 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07

8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am

Wheaton Ice Camp, After Care 4:30-6pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm

After Care for Wheaton Ice Arena Summer Camps. Wheaton Ice Arena

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6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$60 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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Ice Hockey Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Hockey 2 or equivalent. If your child loves hockey, why not treat them to a week long hockey camp? This camp will focus on improving individual player skills and teaching game concepts. Skaters will have stations on skating, stick handling, shooting, passing as well as games to improve team play and strategy. Each camper will receive a hockey jersey and will be assigned to groups according to skill level. Full hockey gear is required for camp including a mouth guard. Rental skates are available for use during camp. Please bring athletic shoes for off-ice workouts, snacks, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76170 76171 76172

6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$275 $275 $275

6/22-6/26 7/13-7/17 8/10-8/14

8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm

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6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$208 $260 $260

6/16-6/19 8/03-8/07 8/17-8/21

8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm

Wheaton Ice Arena

Figure Skating Competitions Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Basic 5. Is your child ready to compete at a figure skating competition? Give them the opportunity to practice and prepare for figure skating competitions in this week-long camp. Skaters will work on jumps, spins, power skating, and off-ice conditioning, and work with the instructor to create a short program to perform. On Friday we'll stage our own mini-competition so they can show everyone what they've learned. Campers will receive expert on- and off-ice coaching, sharpen technical and performance skills, gain confidence, and get ready to compete! Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Wheaton Ice Arena 75960 75961

6 & up 6 & up

5 Classes 5 Classes

$260 $260

6/22-6/26 7/20-7/24

8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm

Figure Skating Skills Clinic

Prerequisite: Passed Basic 6. Skaters will work on basic and advanced moves in the field, freestyle jumps and off-ice conditioning in this 4-day camp. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Wheaton Ice Arena 75962

6 & up

5 Classes

$260

6/29-7/03

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Figure Skating Variety Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Pre Free Skate (Basic 8). This camp will introduce figure skaters to a variety of types of figure skating. Skaters will work on freestyle skills (jumps and spins), beginning ice dance, moves in the field, synchronized skating, and choreography. It will be a great opportunity for skaters to try many new elements and types of skating! Camp is designed for skaters at the Pre Free Skate through Free Skate 6 (or pre-preliminary) levels. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76313

6 & up

5 Classes

$275

7/06-7/10

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Freestyle Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Pre Free Skate. This intensive five-day camp is designed for skaters who want to take their figure skating to the next level. Freestyle camp will focus on improving jump and spin technique, moves in the field, choreography, skating skills, and off ice conditioning. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76189

6 & up

5 Classes

$350

6/29-7/03

8:30 am-3 pm

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6 & up 6 & up

5 Classes 5 Classes

$260 $260

7/13-7/17 7/27-7/31

8:30 am-12:30 pm 8:30 am-12:30 pm

Wheaton Ice Arena

Advanced Freestyle Camp

Prerequisite: Free Skate 3. Is your child ready to compete at a figure skating competition? Give them the opportunity to practice and prepare for figure skating competitions in this week-long camp. Skaters will work on jumps, spins, power skating, off-ice conditioning, and boosting component marks. Campers will receive expert on- and off-ice coaching, sharpen technical and performance skills, gain confidence, and get ready to compete! Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76314

6 & up

5 Classes

$350

8/03-8/07

8:30 am-3 pm

Synchronized Skating Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Basic 6 and not higher than the USFS Juvenile moves in the field test. Here's an opportunity for skaters to learn the fundamentals of a fast-growing, fun team sport! Figure skaters will learn the five basic elements of synchronized skating: circles, blocks, lines, wheels and intersections while skating connected. All skaters are invited to perform in a mini-exhibition the last day of camp. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76315

6 & up

5 Classes

$275

7/20-7/24

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp

Prerequisite: Pre-Juvenile Moves and up. Get ready for an intensive week of Synchro! Skaters will work on advanced skating skills and an end of week exhibition. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Wheaton Ice Arena 75959

6 & up

5 Classes

$260

7/06-7/10

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Theatre on Ice Camp

Prerequisite: Passed Basic 5. This camp will teach skaters how to express emotion and exhibit true artistry on the ice and provide an exciting performance opportunity. Throughout the week, skaters will work on music interpretation, choreography, and rehearse for the performance. Please bring sneakers for off-ice workouts, snack, and a water bottle. Cabin John Ice Rink 76316 6 & up 5 Classes $275 7/27-7/31 8:30 am-12:30 pm Wheaton Ice Arena 75986 6 & up 5 Classes $260 8/10-8/14 8:30 am-12:30 pm

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Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun

Skaters who participate in a Cabin John specialty hockey or figure skating camp in the morning may register and join the fun at our Summer Fun Ice Skating Camp in the afternoon! Campers will enjoy skating practice and games, outdoor activities, arts & crafts and more. Only open to campers registered for a hockey or figure skating camp in the corresponding morning. This camp will end at 4:30 pm. Please bring a non-perishable lunch (no nut products please), snacks and water bottle each day. Cabin John Ice Rink 76317 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 6/22-6/26 12:30-4:30 pm 76318 6-12yrs 5 Classes $75 6/29-7/03 3-4:30 pm 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 7/06-7/10 12:30-4:30 pm 76320 76321 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 7/13-7/17 12:30-4:30 pm 76322 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 7/20-7/24 12:30-4:30 pm 76323 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 7/27-7/31 12:30-4:30 pm 76319 6-12yrs 5 Classes $75 8/03-8/07 3-4:30 pm 6-12yrs 5 Classes $150 8/10-8/14 12:30-4:30 pm 76324

Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon 'Cool' Camp

Skaters who participate in a Wheaton Ice specialty hockey or figure skating camp in the morning may register and join the fun with our afternoon "Cool" Camp! Campers will enjoy skating practice and games, outdoor activities, arts & crafts and more. Only open to campers registered for a hockey or figure skating camp in the corresponding morning. This camp will end at 4:30 pm. Please bring comfortable athletic shoes, a non-perishable lunch (no nut products please), snacks and water bottle each day. Wheaton Ice Arena 75968 6-14yrs 4 Classes $124 6/16-6/19 12:30-4:30 pm 75969 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 6/22-6/26 12:30-4:30 pm 75970 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 6/29-7/03 12:30-4:30 pm 75971 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 7/06-7/10 12:30-4:30 pm 75972 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 7/13-7/17 12:30-4:30 pm 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 7/20-7/24 12:30-4:30 pm 75973 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 7/27-7/31 12:30-4:30 pm 75974 75975 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 8/03-8/07 12:30-4:30 pm 75976 6-14yrs 5 Classes $155 8/10-8/14 12:30-4:30 pm

Outdoor Adventure Camp

Discover the outdoors in this wildly popular, highadventure day camp! Activities scheduled include rock climbing with trained experts, white water rafting with experienced guides, archery with a certified instructor, aerial obstacle ropes and zip line courses, hiking, pedal karts, jumping pillow, go-carts, and plenty of amusement park rides (all subject to change depending on inclement weather). Transportation to and from daily activities is provided and based out of Cabin John Ice Rink. The before care option is available from 8-9am for this camp; no after care is available. Please bring a nonperishable lunch, snack, water bottle, bug spray, and sunscreen each day. If you have questions, please email OutdoorAdventureCamp@ MontgomeryParks.org (please do not call Cabin John Ice Rink). Cabin John Ice Rink 76298 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 6/22-6/26 9 am-3:30 pm 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 6/29-7/03 9 am-3:30 pm 76299 76300 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 7/06-7/10 9 am-3:30 pm 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 7/13-7/17 9 am-3:30 pm 76301 76302 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 7/20-7/24 9 am-3:30 pm 76303 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 7/27-7/31 9 am-3:30 pm 8-14yrs 5 Classes $385 8/03-8/07 9 am-3:30 pm 76304

Outdoor Adventure Campers are welcome to sign up for 8-9 a.m. Before Care with the Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp at Cabin John Ice. See p.44 for more information.

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Field Sports Camp & More!

All Sports Camp!

Do you have young athletes who love all sports? This camp is perfect for them! The Wheaton Sports Pavilion's All Sports Camp includes a variety of both traditional and non-traditional sports, skill clinics, and games all aimed to develop individual skill and teamwork. Campers will participate in activities such as bubble soccer, kickball, dodgeball, flag football and much more. They will also take a field trip to the South Germantown Recreational Park and Little Bennett Campground where campers will participate in archery, mini golf, laser tag and more (weather permitting of course). In addition, campers will participate in both Ice Skating and Tennis with a 30-minute lesson of each at facilities located within the Wheaton Park. This fun-filled sports camp brings boys and girls together to practice and play in a positive and nurturing environment. Camp Staff will run a skills assessment every Monday to ensure campers are divided into groups based on size and ability in order to be successful throughout the week. For more information, please email SportsPavilionCamp@ MontgomeryParks.org Wheaton Sports Pavilion

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8-13yrs 8-13yrs 8-13yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$212 $265 $265

6/16-6/19 7/06-7/10 8/03-8/07

All Sports Camp - Before Care 8-9AM Before Care for Field Sports Camp Wheaton Sports Pavilion 76391 8-13yrs 4 Classes $40 8-13yrs 5 Classes $50 76389 76390 8-13yrs 5 Classes $50

6/16-6/19 7/06-7/10 8/03-8/07

8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am

All Sports Camp - After Care 5-6PM After Care for Field Sports Camp Wheaton Sports Pavilion 76388 8-13yrs 4 Classes $40 8-13yrs 5 Classes $50 76386 76387 8-13yrs 5 Classes $50

6/16-6/19 7/06-7/10 8/03-8/07

5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm

9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

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Totally Tennis

Totally Tennis Camp

Take your game to the next level while making new friends in this fun, week-long (and air-conditioned) camp for kids ages 8 to 14. Campers will be divided by age and experience. Younger campers and beginners will enjoy games-based activities that teach the fundamentals: eye-hand coordination, movement, and basic tennis strokes plus parts of the court, scorekeeping, and etiquette. Older and more experienced players will be grouped to ensure they get a good challenge during drills and point play with peers while working to improve technique, consistency, and competitive strategy. There will be plenty of time for warm-ups, cardio, and cool down throughout the day, along with breaks for snacks and lunch plus some off-court fun. Totally Tennis campers will enjoy a positive learning environment that not only builds tennis skills, but also fosters teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship. Fridays at Totally Tennis will finish with a mini tournament featuring match play and large group games adapted for all ages and levels. Sneakers and comfortable clothing are a must. If you need to borrow a racquet, we are happy to loan you one. Please bring a non-perishable lunch (peanut free due to allergies), a refillable water bottle, and snacks to last for a full day of camp. Pauline Betz Addie Tennis 75775 75776 75777 75778 75779 75780 75781 75784 75782 75783

8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$236 $295 $295 $295 $295 $295 $295 $295 $295 $295

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14 8/17-8/21

9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

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8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs 8-14yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$220 $275 $275 $275 $275 $275 $275 $275 $275

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/03-8/07 8/10-8/14

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Wheaton Totally Tennis Camp: Before Care 8-9 am Extended Care for Wheaton Totally Tennis Camp. Wheaton Indoor Tennis 76227 8-14yrs 4 Classes $40 6/16-6/19 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 6/22-6/26 76228 76229 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 6/29-7/03 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/06-7/10 76230 76231 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/13-7/17 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/20-7/24 76232 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/27-7/31 76233 76234 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 8/03-8/07 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 8/10-8/14 76235

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Wheaton Totally Tennis Camp: After Care 5-6 pm Extended Care for Wheaton Totally Tennis Camp. Wheaton Indoor Tennis 76218 8-14yrs 4 Classes $40 6/16-6/19 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 6/22-6/26 76219 76220 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 6/29-7/03 76221 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/06-7/10 76225 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/13-7/17 76222 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/20-7/24 76223 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 7/27-7/31 76224 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 8/03-8/07 76226 8-14yrs 5 Classes $50 8/10-8/14

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Week in the Park - Before Care 8-9AM

Week In the Park

Join us this summer at the Wheaton Sports Pavilion for the camp of a lifetime! Each day, campers will enjoy the freedom of the outdoors by taking nature walks through the beautiful areas of Wheaton Regional Park. During the week, campers will participate in Public Skate Sessions at the Wheaton Ice Arena, enjoy fun scavenger hunts, ride on the Miniature Train and Carousel, and even take a field trip to the South Germantown Splash Park (weather permitting of course!). Campers will participate in traditional camp games and activities. Campers will be extremely active so plan to wear your most comfortable walking or athletic shoes. For more information on Camp, please email SportsPavilionCamp@MontgomeryParks.org Wheaton Sports Pavilion 76398 76392 76393 76394 76397 76395 76396

6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$260 $260 $260 $260 $260 $260 $260

6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/10-8/14 8/17-8/21

9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

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6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/10-8/14 8/17-8/21

8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am 8-9 am

Week in the Park - After Care 5-6PM After Care for Week in the Park Wheaton Sports Pavilion 76404 76399 76405 76400 76401 76402 76403

6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 6-12yrs

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

6/22-6/26 6/29-7/03 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/10-8/14 8/17-8/21

5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm

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Nature, Science & Outdoor Fun Camps

Needwood Mansion

Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Camp for Children Assistant: After Care

6700 Needwood Rd,. Derwood, MD 20855

Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Camp Assistant Program Package Want to become an awesome camp counselor and get hands-on experience while earning SSL hours? Sign up for this two-week (9 day) * workshop! The first week you will learn the basics in archaeological methods, get CPR Training and create and plan camp activities. The second week you will dig into the real thing! You'll work with the Park Archaeologists to hone your leadership and management skills. Archaeology Camp Assistants spend the day with younger campers, assisting and instructing them in a variety of activities. There are limited spots available for each camp session. So sign up now!

Needwood Mansion

76670 14-18 9 Classes $180 76667 14-18 9 Classes $180 76668 14-18 9 Classes $180 76669 14-18 9 Classes $180

6/16-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/16-6/19 7/06-7/10 /16-6/19 7/13-7/17 6/16-6/19 7/27-7/31

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant

The first week of Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop is June 16-19, 2020. Pick your second week from the choices below. Two slots are available in each session:

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Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Archaeology Camp for Children Assistant

Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant: After Care

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76662 14 & up 9 Classes $500 76663 14 & up 9 Classes $500 76664 14 & up 9 Classes $500 76665 14 & up 9 Classes $500

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76685 14 & up 8 Classes $450 76690 14 & up 9 Classes $500

Needwood Mansion 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

76666 14-18 8 Classes $180 76691 14-18 9 Classes $200

6/16-6/19 6/29-7/02* 6/16-6/19 7/20-7/24

6/16-6/19 6/29-7/02* 6/16-6/19 7/20-7/24

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

* No Camp on Friday, July 3rd

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Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant Needwood Mansion

76692 14 & up 9 Classes $550

6/16-6/19 8/03-8/07

8:30 am-4:30 pm 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop & Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant: After Care Needwood Mansion

76698 14-18 9 Classes $100

6/16-6/19 8/03-8/07

4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm

Archaeology Camp Assistant Program

Prerequisite: Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop Practice what you learned in the Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop. Join the Park Archaeologists for another week! Pick from the camps listed below. Archaeology Camp Assistants hone their leadership and management skills working with younger campers. The program is restricted to those who have taken the Archaeology Leadership Training Workshop Summer 2020. There are limited spots available so sign up now!

Archaeology Camp for Children Assistant

Needwood Mansion 76638 76639 76641 76640

14 & up 14 & up 14 & up 14 & up

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$250 $250 $250 $250

6/22-6/26 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/27-7/31

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

Archaeology Service Project

BACK AGAIN! Dig Archaeology? Get hands-on experience while earning SSL hours with the Archaeology Service Project. Archaeology Service Project Team Members learn archaeology methods and procedures while they assist the Park Archaeologists with archaeological research, investigations, labwork and interpretation. Get ready to be outside, get dirty, and have fun! (No experience necessary). Needwood Mansion 76671 76672

14 & up 14 & up

5 Classes 5 Classes

76642 76643 76645 76644

14 & up 14 & up 14 & up 14 & up

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$100 $100 $100 $100

6/22-6/26 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/27-7/31

3:30-5:30 pm 3:30-5:30 pm 3:30-5:30 pm 3:30-5:30 pm

Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant Needwood Mansion 76656 76657

14 & up 14 & up

4 Classes 5 Classes

$200 $250

6/29-7/02* 7/20-7/24

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant: After Care Needwood Mansion

76658 76659

14 & up 14 & up

4 Classes 5 Classes

$80 $100

6/29-7/02* 7/20-7/24

3:30-5:30 pm 3:30-5:30 pm

* No Camp on Friday, July 3rd

Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant Needwood Mansion 76695

14 & up

5 Classes

$275

8/03-8/07

8 am-4:30 pm

7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24

Needwood Mansion 76673 76674

14-18 14-18

5 Classes 5 Classes

$100 $100

7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24

Find out what it takes to be an archaeologist! Here's your chance to work alongside the Parks' archaeologist and get hands on experience with mapping, soil identification, and artifact processing. Each week we'll take a field trip to a different historic site, and weather permitting, do some real excavating! Camp fulfills some requirements for the Boy Scout Archaeology Merit Badge. Email Heather.Bouslog@MontgomeryParks.org for more information. Needwood Mansion 76646 9-13yrs $300 6/22-6/26 76647 9-13yrs $300 7/06-7/10 76648 9-13yrs $300 7/13-7/17 76649 9-13yrs $300 7/27-7/31

Children can practice their atlatl skills (a prehistoric weapon), go on a scavenger hunt, or take a paddleboat ride on Lake Needwood, play a board game, and more during this supervised free time. Needwood Mansion 76650 76651 76652 76653

9-13yrs 9-13yrs 9-13yrs 9-13yrs

5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes 5 Classes

$100 $100 $100 $100

6/22-6/26 7/06-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/27-7/31

Find out what it takes to be an archaeologist! Uncover the past as you look for clues past peoples left behind! Campers will discover how archaeologists piece together the evidence from the past as they investigate the landscape around them; campers will get hands-on experience learning about excavation and artifact identification. Each week we'll take a field trip to a historical site. Needwood Mansion

Archaeology Detectives: After Care

$85

8/03-8/07

4:30-5:30 pm

3-5:30 pm 3-5:30 pm 3-5:30 pm 3-5:30 pm

Archaeology Detectives

76696

5 Classes

5 Classes 9 am-3 pm 5 Classes 9 am-3 pm 5 Classes 9 am-3 pm 5 Classes 9 am-3 pm

Archaeology Camp for Children: After Care

76654 76655

14 & up

3:30-5:30 pm 3:30-5:30 pm

Archaeology Camp for Children

Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant: After Care Needwood Mansion

8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-3:30 pm

Archaeology Service Project: After Care

Archaeology Camp Assistant: After Care Needwood Mansion

$300 $300

6-8yrs 6-8yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes

Needwood Mansion 76660 76661

6-8yrs 6-8yrs

4 Classes 5 Classes

$240 $300

$80 $100

6/29-7/02* 7/20-7/24

6/29-7/02* 7/20-7/24

9 am-3 pm 9 am-3 pm

3-5:30 pm 3-5:30 pm

* No Camp on Friday, July 3rd

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Nature, Science & Outdoor Fun Camps Road Trippin’ to the Past

Join the Montgomery Parks Archaeologists as we take to the road! Come with us as we experience the Underground Railroad Experience Trail at Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park in Sandy Spring, or follow in the footsteps of a Union soldier along the Potomac. We will explore the local area and trek further to discover the Jefferson Patterson Archaeological Park in Calvert County, the Gettysburg battlefields and the Smithsonian. Fee include admission to all museums. Needwood Mansion 76697 9-13yrs 5 Classes $375 8/03-8/07 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Road Trippin’ to the Past: After Care Needwood Mansion 76679

9-13yrs

5 Classes

$50

8/03-8/07

4:30-5:30 pm

1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902

Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures

Be amazed and mesmerized! Use your imagination and creativity designing a garden for your favorite mythical creature - could it be a gnome, fairy, unicorn, dragon or troll? Learn about fascinating bugeating plants and take home your own carnivorous plant terrarium too. We will also visit the United States Botanical Garden exploring interesting plant habitats. Meet new friends and play fun garden games! Brookside Gardens 76603 6-10yrs 5 Classes $300 6/22-6/26 9 am-3:30 pm

Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures: After Care 76604

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$80

6/22-6/26

3:30-5:30 pm

Garden Architects and Inventors

Plan, build and invent structures or homes for garden wildlife and critters. Using natural materials, garden items, and wood kits to create fun and imaginative habitat homes including a toad abode, wildlife hotel, and birdhouse or fairy house that you can take home! Every day we will also explore Brookside Gardens many beautiful habitats, discover plants and animals, plus play fun games. Bring your excitement and enthusiasm! Brookside Gardens 76588 7-12yrs 4 Classes $250 6/29-7/02 9 am-3:30 pm

Garden Architects and Inventors: After Care Brookside Gardens 76589

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7-12yrs

4 Classes

$70

6/29-7/02

Join Ecologist Stacy Small Lorenz in a fun-filled camp exploring ecology through out the gardens. Through stories, songs, walks, and nature discovery be fascinated each day learning about garden science, ecology, plants and critters! Explore different habitats, conduct science experiments, and gain an appreciation for citizen science. Brookside Gardens 76575 7-12yrs 5 Classes $315 7/06-7/10 9 am-3:30 pm

Garden Eco Explorers: After Care Brookside Gardens 76580

Brookside Gardens

Brookside Gardens

Garden Eco Explorers

3:30-5:30 pm

7-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/06-7/10

3:30-5:30 pm

Farms, Food, Fun and Sun

Give your child a taste of the simpler, more natural (and delicious) time with this camp. We'll visit working farms, a farmer's market, take a cooking class, and plant our own container herb garden to take home. Bonus: We'll tour the Herr's snack factory in Nottingham, Pennsylvania and see how potatoes become chips! Brookside Gardens 76605 7-12yrs 5 Classes $315 7/20-7/24 9 am-3:30 pm

Farms, Food, Fun & Sun: After Care Brookside Gardens 76606

7-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/20-7/24

3:30-5:30 pm

Botanical Art Camp

Join artist Rita Pazelli for this week of super fun young artist creativity. Experience nature and the gardens in your own creative way. Campers will learn different techniques of observations and fieldwork. They will collect and make pressed plant specimens, then sketch, draw and paint what they've found. Sketchbook, media choices, and matting and framing for one piece of artwork included. Brookside Gardens 76680 7-12yrs 5 Classes $185 7/27-7/31 9 am-12:30 pm

Black Hill Visitor Center 20926 Lake Ridge Dr., Boyds, MD 20841

Babes in the Park Camp

Learn about the natural world through crafts, stories, and hikes in this week-long nature camp for young children (ages 2½-5) and their grown-up. Together you'll go fishing, enjoy a pontoon boat ride, hike in the woods, and use nets in the meadow to catch butterflies and insects. Please bring a picnic lunch for each day. Register the child only - no fee for the accompanying adult. FOBH $145 Black Hill Visitor Center 76192 2.5-5yrs 5 Classes $150 6/08-6/12 9:30 am-1 pm

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Nature Explorer Camp

Each day will present a new adventure! Campers will learn how to kayak, go fishing, hiking, and stream wading. Certified tree arborists will teach them how to climb trees like a pro! We'll search for modern-day treasure on a geocaching excursion. This camp is a great way to deepen your child's connection to the natural world. FOBH $295 Black Hill Visitor Center 76199

9-11yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Nature Explorer Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center

Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways

For thousands of years, our ancestors not only survived, but thrived in the natural world - without any of our modern gadgets and conveniences. Could you do the same? Join us to learn how to make natural shelters, find and prepare water and food, and create fire without matches! Learn how our ancestors used the materials and tools of nature, and how nature can supply what you need to survive in today's fast-paced world. Get ready to be outside, get dirty, and have fun! Campers need to be mature and focused since they will be learning to work with fire and knives during camp. FOBH $295. Black Hill Visitor Center 76194

12-17yrs 5 Classes

$300

6/22-6/26

9 am-3:30 pm

76193

12-17yrs 5 Classes

$80

6/22-6/26

3:30-5:30 pm

River Adventures Kayak Camp

This beginning kayaking camp is the perfect way to connect with nature, get fit, gain confidence, and make friends! Certified kayak instructors will use American Canoe Association-approved curriculum to teach proper equipment use, safety, basic strokes, boat control, water rescues, and more! On the first day of camp, we'll kayak the gentle waters of Little Seneca Lake. On the other three days, we'll kayak on local rivers like the Potomac and Monocacy Rivers. Fee includes kayak, personal flotation devices (PFD's), and all other necessary equipment. Campers must be able to swim and tread water for one minute. Camp will not meet on Friday, July 3. FOBH $250 Black Hill Visitor Center 76195

12-17yrs 4 Classes

$255

6/29-7/02

9-11yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/13-7/17

3:30-5:30 pm

Beginning Fishing Camp

Enjoy a week of fishing fun and adventure while learning how, when, and where to catch freshwater fish. We'll fish Little Seneca Lake first to get some experience, and then travel to waters outside of the park for new challenges. Park naturalists will provide expert, handson instruction on balanced tackle, live bait, artificial lure selection, knots, casting, and the latest fishing techniques. We'll send out an itinerary and equipment list prior to camp. The camp fee includes all bait and a well-equipped tackle pack with a variety of lures and hooks perfect for the beginning angler. Campers must provide their own rod and spinning reel. FOBH $310 Black Hill Visitor Center 76200

Survival Skills Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center

76198

11-15yrs 5 Classes

$315

7/20-7/24

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Nature Architects Camp

Erect a tower, build a boat, make a mud pie...it's time to let your inner architect out! Campers will join a park naturalist to venture into different park habitats to design and construct things using natural objects. Give your child's imagination room to roam this summer. This will be a very active camp, full of dirty, muddy fun! FOBH $295 Black Hill Visitor Center 76202

6-9yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/27-7/31

9 am-3:30 pm

Nature Architects Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center 76201

6-9yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/27-7/31

3:30-5:30 pm

8:30 am-5 pm

Wild About Water Camp

It's a week of water-filled fun! Plan to get wet (and muddy) as we explore our bit of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. We'll compare fresh and saltwater habitats through hands-on experiences like sampling for water-dwelling animals and performing simple water tests. Field trips will take us to see where our water comes from, how water is treated after we use it, and on a visit to the Chesapeake Bay. We'll also spend time boating and fishing as we learn all about water, the plants and animals that live there, and how to better care for our watershed. FOBH $295 Black Hill Visitor Center 76197

9-11yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/06-7/10

9 am-3:30 pm

Wild About Water Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center 76196

9-11yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/06-7/10

3:30-5:30 pm

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Nature, Science & Outdoor Fun Camps Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp

Don't miss the boat on the last week of summer! Campers will spend the first part of their day learning how to kayak or canoe or enjoy a relaxed ride on the pontoon. The second half of the day will be spent exploring the park's streams and creeks. Fee includes kayak/ canoe, personal flotation devices (PFDs), and all other necessary equipment. Campers must be able to swim and tread water for one minute. FOBH $170 Black Hill Visitor Center 76208

Cultivate your child's love of the outdoors by letting them spend a week hiking trails, splish-splashing in the creek, and catching insects and fish in Black Hill Regional Park. Discovery and exploration will lead to an understanding of how we are connected to the land and its creatures. Campers will play in the great outdoors, meet people who work with natural resources and wildlife, make crafts, and take part in other activities that will benefit both body and mind. FOBH $295 Black Hill Visitor Center 6-10yrs

5 Classes

$300

8/03-8/07

9 am-3:30 pm

Nature Child Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center 76203

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$80

8/03-8/07

3:30-5:30 pm

Prerequisite: Completion of Beginning Fishing Camp, or experience with overhead and sidearm casting, mastery of at least one reliable knot to attach tackle to line, and ability to rig plastic worms and grubs to jig heads. Now for the fun stuff - how to outsmart the fish! This advanced fishing camp will focus on building skills and techniques to effectively use a wider variety of artificial lures, and better understand fish behavior and fishing strategies. Campers will also learn care, maintenance, and selection of equipment. We'll fish a wide variety of waters, both on and off-site. Fee includes a tackle pack with a variety of lures to use and take home. Campers must provide their own rod and spinning reel. Participants 16 & up must purchase a Maryland State freshwater fishing license. FOBH $310 Black Hill Visitor Center 12-17yrs 5 Classes

$315

8/10-8/14

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Nature Girls Camp

Girls belong in nature, enjoying outdoor adventures! Join us for a girl-centered camp that will focus on outdoor explorations in hiking, fishing, geocaching, boating, and so much more. Spend camp days trekking the forests and hills in search of grand adventures and meet with professional nature girls who work and play outside. Each day will, no doubt, be an epic escapade with a great team of campers. FOBH $295 Black Hill Visitor Center 76207

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$300

8/17-8/21

9 am-3:30 pm

76206

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9-12yrs

5 Classes

9 am-3:30 pm

$80

Trail Buddies Camp

Hand-in-hand, parents and their children will explore, laugh, play, and learn about their natural world! Water play, building with nature, and animal antics will keep adults and children busy. Whether it's a 'messy moment' or animal movement warm-ups, you'll enjoy a balance of free play, organized games, story time, and simple crafts with your best little trail buddy! This is a one child: one adult camp designed to develop an intergenerational love of nature. Siblings may not attend. Brookside Nature Center 3-5yrs

5 Classes

6/15-6/19

9 am-12 pm

Is you child considering a leadership role in a summer camp in the future? CIT camp will focus on basic skills needed to work in a summer camp. The camp will focus on group dynamics and activity planning. The CIT will have an opportunity to use their newfound skills at the end of the week. Brookside Nature Center 76701

12-14yrs 5 Classes

$300

7/06-7/10

9 am-3:30 pm

Treasure Hunters

Can your child read a map or compass? Can they navigate Wheaton Regional Park using a GPS device? Treasure Hunters will focus on map, compass and GPS skills all the while searching for hidden treasure in Wheaton Regional Park. Brookside Nature Center 76703

8-12yrs

1 Classes

$300

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Little House in the Big Woods

The recollections of Laura Ingalls Wilder so charmingly described in her Little House books give us a glimpse of what it was like to grow up at a time when America itself was 'growing up'. In this camp we'll engage in many of Laura's childhood activities, from cooking over a fire, hand churning ice-cream, washing clothes on a washboard to making dolls out of corn husks. We'll also explore America's story during the late 1800s to learn what life was like beyond the big woods. Brookside Nature Center 76706

6-11yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/20-7/24

9 am-3:30 pm

Little House in the Big Woods - After Care 76707

8/17-8/21

$160

CIT: Counselor in Training

Brookside Nature Center

Nature Girls Camp - After Care Black Hill Visitor Center

8/24-8/26

1400 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902

76724

Advanced Fishing Camp

76205

$175

Brookside Nature Center

Nature Child Camp

76204

10-13yrs 3 Classes

6-11yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/20-7/24

3:30-5:30 pm

3:30-5:30 pm

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Naturally Creative: Water and Rock

Water and rock have a fundamental relationship in nature, one which we'll explore through a wide variety of art mediums and activities. Spray painting with watercolors, grinding our own pigments, creating petroglyphs and rock sculptures, using water to carve a block of ice, are all activities that will highlight the processes of erosion, renewal and the creative mind. Brookside Nature Center 76708

6-11yrs

5 Classes

$320

8/10-8/14

9 am-3:30 pm

Naturally Creative: Water and Rock - After Care Brookside Nature Center 76713 6-11yrs 8/10-8/14 3:30-5:30 pm

5 Classes

$80

Locust Grove Nature Center

Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp

Think you have what it takes? In this action-packed adventure that closely follows a storyline, you and your friends must work together to survive in the wilderness. You'll build your confidence outdoors by meeting daily challenges to find food, water and shelter. Can you identify wild edible plants? Build a solar still to purify drinking water? Start a fire without matches? We'll learn together through fiercely fun games and collaborative activities. Locust Grove Nature Center

7777 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20817

76743

Camper Assistant

Lost! Survival Camp Before Care

Summer Campers don't have to "age-out" anymore- now they can start learning responsibility and the skills necessary to become a confident and competent camp counselor. Camper Assistants will work with Naturalists and Counselors to develop leadership and group management skills. They will spend most of the day with younger campers, gaining experience with different activities from arts and crafts to nature exploration. This is restricted to former LGNC campers and only two spots are available for each session. Application and approval from a Naturalist required. Please call the Nature Center (301) 765-8660 or email MCP-LocustGrove@ montgomeryparks.org for an application. Locust Grove Nature Center 12-13yrs 5 Classes

$150

6/29-7/03

8:30 am-1 pm

Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant Locust Grove Nature Center 76761

12-13yrs 5 Classes

$150

7/13-7/17

76762

12-13yrs 5 Classes

$150

7/27-7/31

8:30 am-1 pm

76763

12-13yrs 5 Classes

$150

8/10-8/14

$350

6/22-6/26

9 am-3:30 pm

8:30 am-1 pm

8:30 am-1 pm

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$40

6/22-6/26

8-9 am

Lost! Survival Camp After Care

Late care for never-want-the-day-to-end campers and parents on their way from work. Locust Grove Nature Center 76745

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$80

6/22-6/26

3:30-5:30 pm

Animal Neighbors Preschool Camp

A camp just for our younger explorers to play and learn alongside our animal neighbors, such as chipmunks, frogs, turtles, birds, and more! Campers will be introduced to our Nature Center's resident animal ambassadors and engage in nature based play and exploration. Campers must be fully toilet trained and able to dress themselves. Locust Grove Nature Center 4-5yrs

5 Classes

$190

6/29-7/03

9 am-12 pm

LOST! Xtreme Before Care

Drop in care for early bird campers and parents needing to get to work. Locust Grove Nature Center 76747

Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant Locust Grove Nature Center

76744

76749

Wonderful Water Camper Assistant Locust Grove Nature Center

5 Classes

Drop in care for early bird campers and parents needing to get to work. Locust Grove Nature Center

Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant

76750

6-10yrs

11-14yrs 5 Classes

$40

6/29-7/03

8-9 am

6/29-7/03

3:30-5:30 pm

LOST! Xtreme Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76748

11-14yrs 5 Classes

$80

LOST! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp

Our most popular camp is back with exciting new challenges! Navigate a harsh and unforgiving landscape with adventure at every turn. You and your friends will learn additional skills to aid in your survival, such as how to shoot a bow and cook over a fire then you'll work together to complete the ultimate backpacking experience. Includes an overnight trip at the adjacent McDonnell Campground on Thursday evening. Locust Grove Nature Center 76746

11-14yrs 5 Classes

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$400

6/29-7/03

9 am-3:30 pm

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Nature, Science & Outdoor Fun Camps Travel Adventure Camp

Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp Locust Grove Nature Center 76758

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$350

7/06-7/10

9 am-3:30 pm

7/06-7/10

8-9 am

Lost! Survival Camp Before Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76759

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$40

Lost! Survival Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76760

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/06-7/10

3:30-5:30 pm

A camp just for our younger explorers to enjoy learning about songbirds, waterbirds, birds of prey, and more with nature based play and exploration. Campers must be fully toilet trained and able to dress themselves. Locust Grove Nature Center 4-5yrs

5 Classes

$190

7/13-7/17

9 am-12 pm

Water Adventure Camp

Water Adventure Camp explores Montgomery Park's lakes and rivers. Trips include daily hikes along scenic rivers and boat tours to learn about the animals, foliage and birds that call our waterways home. Outings are planned daily each focusing on different themes. Bring water boots for some outdoor fun. Locust Grove Nature Center 76751

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$400

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Water Adventure Camp Before Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76752

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$40

7/13-7/17

8-9 am

Water Adventure Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76753

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/13-7/17

3:30-5:30 pm

Once upon an enchanted wood, Campers made magic wherever they could, Through music, drama, and dance galore, They fought dragons, found fairies and played outdoors! Become the hero of your own story as we seek fantastic adventures in Locust Grove Kingdom. We'll practice wayfinding with Hansel & Gretel, build a shelter that can withstand the Big Bad Wolf, care for magical creatures, create a habitat for a fairy, and train a few dragons. Each afternoon we'll be hard at work building sets, creating costumes, and practicing roles for our culminating theatrical performance on Friday. 6-10yrs

5 Classes

$350

9-12yrs

5 Classes

7/20-7/24

$400

7/27-7/31

9 am-3:30 pm

Travel Adventure Camp Before Care 76769

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$40

7/27-7/31

8-9 am

Travel Adventure Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76770

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

7/27-7/31

3:30-5:30 pm

Wonderful Water Preschool Camp

A camp just for our younger explorers to enjoy the wonders of water through nature based play and exploration. Campers will have fun with bubbles, ice, aquatic animals, our nearby creek, and more. Campers must be fully toilet trained and able to dress themselves. Locust Grove Nature Center 76765

4-5yrs

5 Classes

$190

7/27-7/31

9 am-12 pm

Creek Week at LGNC Camp

Get wet and go wild this summer with Creek Week! This water world summer camp will explore what lies beneath the surface of our local stream. Learn through games, demonstrations, experiments and play about the unique aspects of stream life and how to keep our streams healthy. Water shoes, a towel, and a change of clothes are required! Warning: You will get wet! Locust Grove Nature Center 76756

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$350

8/03-8/07

9 am-3:30 pm

8/03-8/07

3:30-5:30 pm

8/03-8/07

8-9 am

Creek Week LGNC After Care

Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp

76754

76755

Locust Grove Nature Center

Birds of Maryland Preschool Camp

76764

Explore the hidden treasures of local parks by trail and water all week long. Hike scenic and challenging trails, learn archery, local archaeology, and more. Locust Grove Nature Center

Locust Grove Nature Center 76772

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

Creek Week LGNC Before Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76771

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$40

9 am-3:30 pm

Into the Woods Camp Before Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76767

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$40

7/20-7/24

8-9 am

7/20-7/24

3:30-5:30 pm

Into the Woods Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76768

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9-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

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Wild in the Woods

Come to a camp where it's okay to act like a wild animal! We'll prowl, growl, slink and slither to learn about the lives of our wild neighbors. With a focus on native wildlife, we'll explore why animals do what they do and discover where in the forest they might be found. Maydale Nature Programs 76355

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Environmental Action Camp

Learn from the experts how to harness the power of wind, water, and the sun to solve real world problems. Then work in teams to design and create your own green solutions. Camp includes fieldtrips and STEM related activities. Maydale Nature Programs 76619

Marvelous Monarchs Preschool Camp

A camp just for our younger explorers to explore monarch butterflies in all stages of their life cycle through nature based play and exploration. Campers will observe milkweed plants, tiny monarch eggs, hungry monarch caterpillars, monarch chrysalis and the beautiful butterflies who emerge from them. Campers must be fully toilet trained and able to dress themselves. Locust Grove Nature Center 76766

4-5yrs

5 Classes

$190

8/10-8/14

9 am-12 pm

Nature Film Camp

How do films get made? What is a storyboard? How do you edit a film? Spend a week making your own documentary from start to finish. Join us to learn how to design and document the natural subjects from our park system and film your animal stars in the wild. Campers will create their storyboard and then produce and direct their own films. On Friday they'll upload their films to social media platforms to share their creative work with family and friends. This camp fills quickly, so sign up ASAP! Locust Grove Nature Center 76757

8-12yrs

5 Classes

$400

8/10-8/14

9 am-3:30 pm

8/10-8/14

8-9 am

8/10-8/14

3:30-5:30 pm

Nature Film Camp Before Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76773

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$40

Nature Film Camp After Care Locust Grove Nature Center 76774

9-12yrs

5 Classes

$80

Maydale Nature Programs 1638 Maydale Drive, Colesville, MD 20905

Wee Little Nature Explorers

Learn about the natural world through crafts, stories, and hikes in this week-long nature camp for young children and their grown-up. Together we will go on hikes in the woods, use nets in the meadow to catch butterflies, and explore the creek. Register the child only no fee for the accompanying adult. Maydale Nature Programs 76625

3-5yrs

5 Classes

$125

6/08-6/12

11-12yrs 5 Classes

$325

7/27-7/31

9 am-3:30 pm

Chesapeake Week Camp

Explore the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed through sailing, camping, kayaking and more! We'll begin the week by exploring the Bay by boat as we hoist our sails, trawl for fish, and analyze water samples looking for microscopic life forms. Mid-week, we will paddle in kayaks to get a more intimate look at the Bay's waterways, camp for two consecutive nights, and go fossil hunting. We'll close out the week by examining the lives of those who've made the Bay their home, including early American colonists and American Indians living in long house villages. Camp runs 8 am to 5 pm Monday & Tuesday; then 8 am until 5pm Friday (with overnight camping Wednesday and Thursday nights). Maydale Nature Programs 76325

12-14yrs 5 Classes

$500

8/10-8/14

8 am-5 pm

Meadowside Nature Center 5100 Meadowside Lane, Rockville, MD, 20855

Wee Little Naturalists

Welcome to Meadowside Nature Center, young naturalists! This camp is great for lovers of worms, spiders, butterflies, birds, toads, turtles, and other swimming, flying, crawling critters. Each day we'll explore the park and learn about the special creatures around us through stories, songs, crafts, and outdoor activities. Parents or caregivers will drop off/pick up children at this camp; children must be potty-trained. Bilingual coordinator (English/Spanish). ¡Bienvenidos a Meadowside Nature Center, jóvenes amantes de gusanos, arañas, mariposas, pájaros, sapos, tortugas y todo lo que nada, vuela y gatea! En este campamento, cada día vamos a explorar el parque y aprender sobre los animales especiales que nos rodean. Vamos a disfrutar de cuentos, canciones, artesanía y actividades al aire libre. Padres o guardianes van a dejar/recoger los niños en este campamento; los niños deben saber usar el baño. Coordinadora bilingüe (español/inglés). Meadowside Nature Center 76620

3-5yrs

5 Classes

$125

6/08-6/12

9 am-12 pm

9:30 am-12 pm

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Young Stewards Camp

What does service work mean to you? This is an opportunity to get your Student Service Learning Hours (SSL). Giving back to our community gives us a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. Cross the streams, hike trails, and learn about the wildlife in your backyard parks, all while gaining skills in trail maintenance and park beautification. Join us in being nature protectors and making a positive impact in your community. Fee reductions available of 50% off. Meadowside Nature Center 76613

12-14yrs 5 Classes

$300

6/22-6/26

9 am-3:30 pm

Youth on Earth Camp

Are you down to earth? Step outside and connect with new friends at Meadowside's Youth on Earth Camp! Experience nature, create art, team up in outdoor games, and make a difference by appreciating and preserving wildlife. Explore beautiful parkland right here in your community, enjoy the campfire, hike to observe animals in the woods and waterways, and make each day an awesome adventure. Bilingual coordinator (English/Spanish). ¿Te conectas a la Tierra? ¡Sal afuera y conoce nuevos amigos en el Campamento Youth on Earth de Meadowside! Experimenta la naturaleza, crea arte, participa en juegos al aire libre y colabora por apreciar y conservar la vida silvestre. Explora bellos parques aquí en tu comunidad; disfruta la fogata; camina para observar animales en el bosque y las vías de agua; y haz de cada día una aventura. Coordinadora bilingüe (español/inglés). Meadowside Nature Center 76626

12-15yrs 4 Classes

$150

7/07-7/10

9 am-3:30 pm

Rock Creek Animal Week

You'll be surprised at all the animals that call Rock Creek Regional Park home! We'll splash around the creek, poke around the pond, play games, create art, and much more. You'll even get to meet the animals that live here at Meadowside! We will wrap up the week with a short field trip to Black Hill Nature Center for a pontoon boat ride. Meadowside Nature Center 76608

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Future Leaders Camp

Are you ready for your next challenge? Dare to lead a team? This program is designed to offer young people an opportunity to prepare for leadership positions, including camp counselors and school extracurricular team leaders. Emphasis is placed upon developing leadership skills, sensitivity to children, and program skills. Participants will be exposed to various organizations and learn about their functions in able increase their awareness on professional work settings. This is a great resume booster! Fee reductions available of 50% off. Meadowside Nature Center 76615

14-18yrs 5 Classes

$300

7/13-7/17

9 am-3:30 pm

Great Outdoors Camp

Do you love being outside in the great outdoors? If so, this is the camp for you! Join us in a week full of outdoor adventures. You'll learn outdoorsy skills like fishing, campfire building, and trail navigation. You'll have the chance to practice your new skills during our one night sleepover on Thursday, held inside the nature center. Meadowside Nature Center 76609

6-10yrs

5 Classes

$300

7/27-7/31

9 am-3:30 pm

Summer camp provides fun and life-changing experiences to area children. But due to financial constraints, some children are sidelined. To give all children the ability to experience summer camp, the Marye Wells-Harley Dream Camp Scholarship provides financial help to Montgomery County’s disadvantaged residents.

For more information or to apply, visit:

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INDEX: Parks Camps by AGE TWO (2)

Babes in the Park Camp, p. 52

THREE (3)

Babes in the Park Camp, p. 52 Trail Buddies Camp, p. 54 Wee Little Naturalists, p. 57 Wee Little Nature Explorers, p. 57

FOUR (4)

Animal Neighbors Preschool Camp, p. 55 Babes in the Park Camp, p. 52 Birds of Maryland Preschool Camp, p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Preschool Camp, p. 57 Trail Buddies Camp, p. 54 Wee Little Naturalists, p. 57 Wee Little Nature Explorers, p. 57 Wonderful Water Preschool Camp, p. 56

FIVE (5)

Animal Neighbors Preschool Camp, p. 55 Babes in the Park Camp, p. 52 Birds of Maryland Preschool Camp, p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Preschool Camp, p. 57 Trail Buddies Camp, p. 54 Wee Little Naturalists, p. 57 Wee Little Nature Explorers, p. 57 Wonderful Water Preschool Camp, p. 56

SIX (6)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Detectives, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 56 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Architects Camp, p. 53 Nature Child Camp, p. 53 Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44

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Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 43 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild in the Woods, p. 57

SEVEN (7)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Detectives, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 56 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Architects Camp, p. 53 Nature Child Camp, p. 53 Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild in the Woods, p. 57

EIGHT (8)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Detectives, p. 58 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 56 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55

Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Architects Camp, p. 53 Nature Child Camp, p. 53 Nature Film Camp, p. 57 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Treasure Hunters, p. 54 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild in the Woods, p. 57

NINE (9)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 56 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Architects Camp, p. 53 Nature Child Camp, p. 53 Nature Explorer Camp, p. 53 Nature Film Camp, p. 57 Nature Girls Camp, p. 54 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 Road Trippin’ to the Past, p. 51 Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Travel Adventure Camp, p. 56 Treasure Hunters, p. 54 Water Adventure Camp, p. 55 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild About Water Camp, p. 53 Wild in the Woods, p. 57

Remember to print your Active MONTGOMERY confirmation receipt when you register online. It often includes important information about your camp or program, things to bring with you, directions, and more.

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INDEX: Parks Camps by AGE TEN (10)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp, p. 54 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 46 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Child Camp, p. 53 Nature Explorer Camp, p. 53 Nature Film Camp, p. 57 Nature Girls Camp, p. 54 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 Road Trippin’ to the Past, p. 51 Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Travel Adventure Camp, p. 56 Treasure Hunters, p. 54 Water Adventure Camp, p. 55 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild About Water Camp, p. 54

ELEVEN (11)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp, p. 54 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Environmental Action Camp, p. 57 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43

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Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 Lost! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 Nature Explorer Camp, p. 53 Nature Film Camp, p. 57 Nature Girls Camp, p. 54 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 Road Trippin’ to the Past, p. 51 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Travel Adventure Camp, p. 56 Treasure Hunters, p. 54 Water Adventure Camp, p. 55 Week In the Park, p. 49 Wild About Water Camp, p. 53

TWELVE (12)

Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant, p. 55 Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant, p. 55 Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp, p. 54 Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 Chesapeake Week Camp, p. 57 CIT: Counselor in Training, p. 54 Environmental Action Camp, p. 57 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 Lost! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant, p. 55 Nature Film Camp, p. 57 Nature Girls Camp, p. 54 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 Road Trippin’ to the Past, p. 51 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 The ‘Cool’ Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Travel Adventure Camp, p. 56 Treasure Hunters, p. 54

Water Adventure Camp, p. 55 Wonderful Water Camper Assistant, p. 55 Young Stewards Camp, p. 58 Youth on Earth Camp, p. 58

THIRTEEN (13)

Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant, p. 55 Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant, p. 55 Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp, p. 54 Chesapeake Week Camp, p. 57 CIT: Counselor in Training, p. 54 Environmental Action Camp, p. 57 Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Lost! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant, p. 55 Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 Road Trippin’ to the Past, p. 51 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Wonderful Water Camper Assistant, p. 55 Young Stewards Camp, p. 58 Youth on Earth Camp, p. 58

FOURTEEN (14)

Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant, p. 55 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant, p. 55 Chesapeake Week Camp, p. 57 CIT: Counselor in Training, p. 54 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 Lost! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant, p. 55


INDEX: Parks Camps by AGE Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon ‘Cool’ Camp, p. 46 Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Totally Tennis, p. 48 Wonderful Water Camper Assistant, p. 55 Young Stewards Camp, p. 58 Youth on Earth Camp, p. 58

FIFTEEN (15)

Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51 Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45 Youth on Earth Camp, p. 58

SIXTEEN (16)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45

SEVENTEEN (17)

Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51

Montgomery Parks Summer Camp Expos! Saturday, January 18, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Wheaton Ice Arena Saturday, January 18, 2020 | 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM Cabin John Ice Rink

Visit Montgomery Parks as we table at Washington Parent Summer Camp Expo Hilton Hotel, Rockville MD Sunday, January 26, 2020. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45

EIGHTEEN (18)

Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51 Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 Freestyle Camp, p. 45 Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 Road Trippin’ to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51 Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45

PARKS "& UP" CAMPS The “& UP" CAMPS offered by Montgomery Parks are open to people from that minimum age upwards, with no age limit (that is, the camps are open to adults, too). In Ice Skating camps, groups are formed according to skill level first, age second.

SIX (6) & UP

Advanced Freestyle Camp Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp Figure Skating Competitions Camp Figure Skating Skills Clinic Figure Skating Variety Camp Freestyle Camp Theatre on Ice Camp

FOURTEEN (14) & UP

Archaeology Camp Assistant, p.51 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p.51 Road Trippin' to the Past Camp Assistant, p.51

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INDEX: Parks Camps by DATE During the Week of... June 8-12

Babes in the Park Camp (2.5-5yrs), p. 54 Wee Little Nature Explorers (3-4yrs), p. 57 Wee Little Naturalists (3-5yrs), p. 57

During the Week of... June 15-19

Trail Buddies Camp (3-5yrs), p. 54 Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp (6-12yrs), p. 44 Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant (14 & up), p. 51 Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant (14 & up), p. 51 Totally Tennis (8-14yrs), p. 48 Ice Hockey Camp (6-14yrs), p. 45 Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon 'Cool' Camp (6-14yrs), p. 56 The 'Cool' Summer Ice Skating Camp (6-12yrs), p. 44

During the Week of... June 22-26

Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways (12-17yrs), p. 52 Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp (6-10yrs), p. 52 Ice Hockey Camp (6-12yrs), p. 45 Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun (6-12yrs), p. 46 Outdoor Adventure Camp (8-14yrs), p.46 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp June (6-10yrs), p. 55 Young Stewards Camp (12-14yrs), p. 58 Archaeology Camp Assistant (14 & up), p. 50 Archaeology Camp for Children (9-13yrs), p. 51 Golf and So Much More - Full Day (6-13yrs), p. 43 Golf and So Much More - Half Day (6-13yrs), p. 43 Figure Skating Competitions Camp (6 & up), p.45

During the Week of... July 6-10

Wild About Water Camp (9-11yrs), p. 53 Garden Eco Explorers Camp (7.5-12yrs), p. 52 CIT: Counselor in Training (12-14yrs), p. 54 Figure Skating Variety Camp (6 & up), p. 45 Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp July (6-10yrs), p. 55 Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp (6 & up), p. 43 Youth on Earth Camp (12-15yrs), p. 58

During the Week of... July 13-17 Nature Explorer Camp (9-11yrs), p. 53 Treasure Hunters (8-12yrs), p. 54 Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant (12-13yrs), p. 55 Birds of Maryland Preschool Camp (4-5yrs), p. 45 Water Adventure Camp (9-12yrs), p. 55 Wild in the Woods (6-9yrs), p. 57 Future Leaders Camp (14-18yrs), p. 58 Rock Creek Animal Week (6-10yrs), p. 58 Archaeology Service Project (14 & up), p. 51 Freestyle Camp (6 & up), p. 45

During the Week of... July 20-24

Beginning Fishing Camp (11-15yrs), p. 53 Farms, Food, Fun and Sun (7-12yrs), p. 52 Little House in the Big Woods (6-11yrs), p. 54 Synchronized Skating Camp (6 & up), p. 45 Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp (6-10yrs), p. 56

During the Week of... July 27-31

Nature Architects Camp (6-9yrs), p. 53 Botanical Art Camp (7-12yrs), p. 52 Theatre on Ice Camp (6 & up), p. 45 Travel Adventure Camp (9-12yrs), p. 56 During the Week of... June 29-July 2 Wonderful Water Camper Assistant River Adventures Kayak Camp (12-17yrs), p. 53 Garden Architects and Inventors (7-12yrs), p. 52 (12-13yrs), p. 55 Wonderful Water Preschool Camp (4-5yrs), p. 56 Freestyle Camp (6 & up), p. 45 Environmental Action Camp (11-12yrs), p. 57 Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant Great Outdoors Camp (6-10yrs), p. 58 (12-13yrs), p. 55 Animal Neighbors Preschool Camp (4-5yrs), p. 55 During the Week of... August 3-7 LOST! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Nature Child Camp (6-10yrs), p. 53 Camp (11-14yrs), p. 55 Advanced Freestyle Camp (6 & up), p. 45 Archaeology Detectives (6-8yrs), p. 51 Creek Week at LGNC Camp (6-10yrs), p. 56 Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant Road Trippin' to the Past (9-13yrs), p. 51 (14 & up), p. 51 Road Trippin' to the Past Camp Assistant Figure Skating Skills Clinic (6 & up), p. 45 (14 & up), p. 51 Week In the Park (6-11yrs), p. 49 Field Sports Camp & More! (8-13yrs), p. 47

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During the Week of... August 10-14 Advanced Fishing Camp (12-17yrs), p. 54 Naturally Creative: Water and Rock (6-11yrs), p. 54 Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant (12-13yrs), p. 55 Marvelous Monarchs Preschool Camp (4-5yrs), p. 57 Nature Film Camp (8-12yrs), p. 57 Chesapeake Week Camp (12-14yrs), p. 57 Theatre on Ice Camp (6 & up), p. 45

During the Week of... August 17-21 Nature Girls Camp (9-12yrs), p. 54 Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp (6-13yrs), p. 43

During the Week of... August 24-26 Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp (10-13yrs), p. 54


INDEX: Parks Camps by LOCATION Black Hill Visitor Center AM 20926 Lake Ridge Dr., Boyds, MD 20841 301-916-0220 • 301-515-9520 fax www.BlackHillNature.org • Advanced Fishing Camp, p. 54 • Babes in the Park Camp, p. 52 • Beginning Fishing Camp, p. 53 • Boats & Creeks & Things Mini-Camp, p. 54 • Nature Architects Camp, p. 53 • Nature Child Camp, p. 53 • Nature Explorer Camp, p. 53 • Nature Girls Camp, p. 54 • River Adventures Kayak Camp, p. 53 • Survival Skills Camp - Following Ancient Pathways, p. 52 • Wild About Water Camp, p. 53

Brookside Gardens AM 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902 301-962-1400 • 301-962-7878 fax www.BrooksideGardens.org • Botanical Art Camp, p. 52 • Farms, Food, Fun and Sun, p. 52 • Garden Architects and Inventors, p. 52 • Garden Eco Explorers Camp, p. 52 • Magical Plants and Mythical Creatures Summer Camp, p. 52

Brookside Nature Center AM 1400 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902 301-962-1480 • 301-962-8476 fax www.BrooksideNature.org • CIT: Counselor in Training, p. 54 • Little House in the Big Woods, p. 54 • Naturally Creative: Water and Rock, p. 54 • Trail Buddies Camp, p. 54 • Treasure Hunters, p. 54

Cabin John Ice Rink AM 10610 Westlake Drive, Rockville, MD 20852 301-765-8620 • 301-469-6196 fax www.CabinJohnIce.com • Advanced Freestyle Camp, p. 45 • Figure Skating Variety Camp, p. 45 • Freestyle Camp, p. 45 • Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 • Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp, p. 44 • Ice Specialty Camp Afternoon Summer Fun, p. 46 • Outdoor Adventure Camp, p. 46 • Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 45 • Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45

Locust Grove Nature Center AM Cabin John Regional Park 7777 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20817 301-765-8660 • 301-469-0759 fax www.LocustGroveNature.org • Animal Neighbors Camper Assistant, p. 55 • Animal Neighbors Preschool Camp, p. 55 • Birds of Maryland Camper Assistant, p. 55 • Birds of Maryland Preschool Camp, p. 55 • Creek Week at LGNC Camp, p. 56 • Into the Woods Fairytale Fantasy Camp, p. 56 • Lost! Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 • • Lost! Xtreme Wilderness Survival Camp, p. 55 • Marvelous Monarchs Camper Assistant, p. 55 • Marvelous Monarchs Preschool Camp, p. 57 • Nature Film Camp, p. 57 • Travel Adventure Camp, p. 56 • Water Adventure Camp, p. 54 • Wonderful Water Camper Assistant, p. 54 • Wonderful Water Preschool Camp, p. 56

Maydale Nature Programs AM 1638 Maydale Drive, Colesville, MD 20905 301-495-2595 • https://www. montgomeryparks.org/parks-and-trails/ maydale-conservation-park/ • Chesapeake Week Camp, p. 57 • Environmental Action Camp, p. 57 • Wee Little Nature Explorers, p. 57 • Wild in the Woods, p. 57

Meadowside Nature Center AM 5100 Meadowside Lane, Rockville, MD, 20855 301-2580-4030 • www.meadowsidenature.org • Future Leaders Camp, p. 58 • Great Outdoors Camp, p. 58 • Rock Creek Animal Week, p. 58 • Wee Little Naturalists, p. 57 • Young Stewards Camp, p. 58 • Youth on Earth Camp, p. 58

Needwood Mansion AM Rock Creek Regional Park • 301-840-5848 6700 Needwood Rd,. Derwood, MD 20855 For information on programs at Needwood Mansion, please call 301-563-7530 or email Heather.Bouslog@MontgomeryParks.org. • Archaeology Training & Road Trip Camp Assistant, p. 51 • Archaeology Camp Assistant, p. 51 • Archaeology Camp for Children, p. 51 • Archaeology Detectives, p. 51 • Archaeology Detectives Camp Assistant, p. 51 • Archaeology Leadership Training & Camp Assistant, p. 51

• Archaeology Service Project, p. 51 • Road Trippin' to the Past, p. 51 • Road Trippin' to the Past Camp Assistant, p. 51

Pauline Betz Addie Tennis Ctr. AM Cabin John Regional Park 7801 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20817 301-765-8650 • 301-365-7572 fax www.CabinJohnTennis.com • Totally Tennis, p. 48

S. Germantown Driving Range AM South Germantown Recreational Park 18056 Central Park Circle, Boyds, MD 20841 301-601-3580 • www.SGDrivingRange.com • Beginner/Intermediate Golf Camp, p. 43 • Golf and So Much More - Full Day, p. 43 • Golf and So Much More - Half Day, p. 43

Wheaton Ice Arena AM 11717 Orebaugh Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902 301-905-3000 • 301-649-2424 fax www.WheatonIceArena.com • Advanced Synchronized Skating Camp, p. 43 • Figure Skating Competitions Camp, p. 45 • Figure Skating Skills Clinic, p. 45 • Freestyle Camp, p. 45 • Ice Hockey Camp, p. 45 • Specialty Ice Camps: Afternoon 'Cool' Camp, p. 46 • The 'Cool' Summer Ice Skating Camp, p. 44 • Theatre on Ice Camp, p. 45

Wheaton Indoor Tennis AM 11715 Orebaugh Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902 301-905-3030 • 301-649-1576 fax www.WheatonTennis.com • Totally Tennis p. 48

Wheaton Sports Pavilion AM 11751 Orebaugh Ave., Wheaton, MD 20902 (former outdoor rink) • 301-905-3070 www.WheatonSportsPavilion.com • Field Sports Camp & More!, p. 47 • Week In the Park, p. 49

CAMP LOCATIONS Some camps meet (drop-off and pick-up) at sites different than that of the facility hosting the camp. Please read camp descriptions carefully for details on where to call and submit paperwork when the hosting facility differs from the actual camp location.

AM = Visit any of our facilities if you'd like help setting up your ActiveMONTGOMERY account, or registering online at ActiveMONTGOMERY.org.

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SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION for Montgomery Parks AND Montgomery County Recreation

4 WAYS TO REGISTER 1. ONLINE

Register 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all activities at www.ActiveMONTGOMERY.org.

2. BY MAIL

Fill out and sign the registration form and mail it to: ActiveMONTGOMERY • 4010 Randolph Rd. • Silver Spring, MD 20902

Use ActiveMONTGOMERY.org to register for activities (courses, camps, etc.); to reserve community centers, park activity buildings, and other facilities; and to purchase memberships offered by Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Recreation.

SUMMER CAMP

3. VIA FAX

4. IN PERSON

Stop by any Montgomery County Recreation location, including their Headquarters at 4010 Randolph Road, Silver Spring, MD 20902 (M-F, 9:30am-4pm), or visit Montgomery Parks locations offering activities that require registration. See the Parks “Facility Directory” for these locations.

PAYMENT INFORMATION • Full payment must be made at time of registration. Do not submit registrations and/or payments to Parks or Recreation instructors. • For Montgomery County Recreation activities, non-county residents must pay an additional $15 per activity per participant. This fee does not apply to Montgomery Parks activities. • CHECKS & MONEY ORDERS - Make checks and money orders payable to ActiveMONTGOMERY. -C  hecks and money orders must include name, address, and phone number. - I f your check is returned unpaid, your account will be debited for the original check amount, and electronically or via paper for the state’s maximum allowable service fee. Payment by check constitutes authorization of these transactions. You may revoke your authorization by calling 800-666-5222, ext. 2 to arrange payment for any outstanding checks and service fees due. - Please allow 2 weeks to receive a refund by check. • CREDIT CARDS: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Registration form must include correct credit card number, expiration date, authorized signature and authorized total amount.

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Withdrawal Time Frame Any

At least 2 weeks before camp begins

Less than 2 weeks before camp begins NOTE:

No Online withdrawals. Written request must be received prior to camp start date.

Withdrawal Reason & Method Activity Canceled by Parks or Recreation Any reason; any method (on the web, in person, via email, etc.)

Refund Amount

Refund Form

Full Refund

Refund returned in same form as payment rendered

Full Refund

Refund returned in same form as payment rendered, or may be applied to customer’s ActiveMONTGOMERY account

If spot is filled from PARKS, wait list, camp fee any reason refunded less $50 Written request withdrawal fee must be received. Contact facility hosting camp. If spot is NOT filled from wait list

RECREATION, any reason Email Rec. FinanceOffice@ Montgomery CountyMD.gov or withdraw in person at Rec HDQ.

No refund Refund returned in same form as payment rendered, or may be applied to customer’s ActiveMONTGOMERY account

Refund less $50 withdrawal fee

No refund will be issued for either Parks or Recreation for camp sessions missed by participant, or after final session of camp has met.

Refund returned in same form as payment rendered, or may be applied to customer’s ActiveMONTGOMERY account

QUESTIONS ? Call 240 -7 (8:3 0am-4 7 7-6840 :3 3 01-495-20pm) or (10am-4p58 0 m @ 0r email ) Ac tive or MONTGOMERY.

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• Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Recreation reserve the right to pursue all available options to collect any funds owed as a result of a dishonored check or credit card, charges incurred due to unsubstantiated credit card disputes, or any outstanding debt.

WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS

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If paying by credit card, you may fax your completed, signed registration form to 240-777-6818.

The policies stated above pertain to Parks and Recreation SUMMER CAMP activities only. For regular activity policies, please refer to a seasonal GUIDE or contact us.


Register online at ActiveMONTGOMERY.org

For more information call 240.777.6840

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Montgomery County Department of Recreation 4010 Randolph Road Silver Spring, MD 20902

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or current resident

Seasonal part-time positions available! Great opportunities for teachers, para educators, and college grads. Call 240-777-6870 for more information.

We also have openings for lifeguards and swim instructors at our pools. Call our aquatics office at 240-777-6860 for more information about pool positions.

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Montgomery County Recreation and Parks Summer Camps 2020 Guide.

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Montgomery County Recreation and Parks Summer Camps 2020 Guide.