Issuu on Google+

G U I D E T O 2 017 S U M M E R C A M P S F O R K I D S A special publication produced by the Palo Alto Weekly, the Almanac and Mountain View Voice

n n o e C c t p i o m n a C Summer 2017


Have a seriously smart summer at Harker!

HARKER

SUMMER PRESCHOOL - GRADE 12 Strong academics and rich and varied activities are hallmarks of a Harker summer. For most ages the day begins with morning academics - with an emphasis on math, science and language arts - followed by lots of activity choices such as sports, art, robotics and more. Join us

Emphasis on: Math l Science l Language Arts

for a seriously smart (and fun!) summer at Harker!

Register Today! summer.harker.org 4 0 8 . 5 5 3 . 0 5 3 7 · s u m m e r c a m p i n f o @ h a r k e r. o r g · S a n J o s e, C A 2 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


TENNIS!

Summer Camps (Palo Alto)

Week Long Camps June 5 - August 11 Ages 3.5 to 18 Morning (9:00am-1:00pm) Afternoon (2:00-6:00pm) Evening (6:00-8:30pm) Certified Coaching Team Providing Consistent Improvement with Tons of FUN! Activities Include: • Structured Games • Lessons of the Day • Point/Match Play • Fitness/Agility

Early Bird Discount 10% off

Each Week of Camp Register Before March 15, 2017 Code: EARLYBIRD17

Register Today Online www.KimGrantTennis.com 3005 Middlefield Road Palo Alto (behind Winter Lodge)

650.752.8061

Meadowbrook Swim and Tennis at M on te re y Ba y

BEACH CAMP-Sleep Away Camp (Monterey Bay)

Weekly Camps June, July, August Activities include: • Tennis • Swimming • Baseball • Basketball

• Pickle Ball • Horsebackriding • Kayaking • Golf

Registration Opens March 1 Limited Openings

MeadowbrookSwimAndTennis.com FUN! FUN! FUN!

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 3


Index of Advertisers 





Page



P t c

Stanford Baseball School and Games Camp Weekly Camps June 19-23, June 26-30 & July 17-21

AGES 7-12 YEARS BEGINNER TO EXPERIENCED PLAYERS DIRECTED BY THE STANFORD BASEBALL COACHING STAFF

STANFORD BASEBALL SCHOOL Morning Session Participants will be coached in several baseball skills, fundamentals, and team concepts. Members of the camp will receive instruction in a variety of areas including hitting, infield play, outfield play, pitching, catching, rundowns, double plays, sliding, position priorities, and base running. All batting instruction and batting drills take place in Stanford’s covered baseball cage facility. Participants will hit every day in the cage area, in the morning school segment and the afternoon games segment.

STANFORD BASEBALL GAMES CAMP Afternoon Session In the Games Camp players are grouped by age and ability and teams are formed. Teams play against one another in a coach pitched game where the goal is to see that ball “put into play.” Emphasis is placed on catching and exchanging the baseball cleanly, and knowing what to do with the baseball, given the score, the outs, and where the baserunners are located. Many of the skills learned in the Baseball School will be put into game situations. Each team will play together and coached by the coach all week. 50% of each afternoon session is devoted to games and the other 50% to hitting in batting cages and developing further defensive baseball skills. Games will be played on Sunken Diamond. Q Camps

held at Stanford Varsity Baseball Field (Sunken Diamond). Q Coach to camper ratio is 1 coach for every 9 campers. Q Campers can attend multiple sessions. Q Campers must either bring lunch from home, or purchase lunch at Sunken Diamond Q We do offer an “extended care” option from 7:30 am – 9 am, and/ or 4 pm- 6 pm (we charge $15 per hour for extended care). QCampers must provide their own glove, shoes and suitable baseball attire (either baseball pants or sweats/long pants). REGISTRATION: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE AT STANFORDBASEBALLCAMP.COM 4 • Summer Camp Connection 2017

Art and Soul Summer Camp .................................................... 13 Athena Academy ....................................................................... 7 Athena Camps ......................................................................... 15 Bayer Ballet Academy ............................................................... 7 Camp Concord ......................................................................... 17 Castilleja School ...................................................................... 13 City Of Mountain View Recreation Division.............................. 12 City of Sunnyvale – Sunnyvale Splash..................................... 20 Community School Of Music And Arts ..................................... 16 Decathlon Sports Club ............................................................. 13 Destination Science Camp ....................................................... 21 Early Learning Institute ........................................................... 22 Harker School ............................................................................ 2 Hi Five Sports Summer Camp .................................................. 21 Hiller Aviation Museum ........................................................... 14 ID Tech Camps ......................................................................... 11 Imagineerz Learning ............................................................... 20 JCC - Oshman Family Jewish Community Center ..................... 24 Kidizens................................................................................... 14 Kim Grant Tennis Academy ........................................................ 3 Mid Peninsula High School ...................................................... 15 Morrissey-Compton Educational Center .................................. 14 Mountain View Tennis ............................................................. 11 Nike Tennis Camp .................................................................... 18 Ohlone Art Camp..................................................................... 16 Palo Alto Community Child Care .............................................. 23 Peninsula Youth Theatre ............................................................ 7 Spartans Sports Camp ............................................................... 5 Stanford Explore...................................................................... 13 Stanford University Baseball Camp ........................................... 4 Stanford Water Polo Club ........................................................ 11 TechKnowHowInc. .................................................................. 22 Teen Dev Camp........................................................................ 19 Theatre Works ......................................................................... 18 West Valley Music.................................................................... 22 Wheel Kids Bicycle Club .......................................................... 16 YMCA Of Silicon Valley ............................................................... 9


$15 OFF raised since 2012 to support MVHS athletics

Discount Code:

cconnect2017 during registration

Summer 2017 June 12th - July 28th Register today at www.SpartansSportsCamp.com For more info 650.479.5906 or info@SpartansSportsCamp.com CAMPS RUN BY EXPERIENCED MOUNTAIN VIEW HS COACHES & STUDENT ATHLETES. Grades Pre-K - 8 Cheerleading Camp Grades 2-7: Multisport Camp Grades 2-7: Hip Hop Dance Camp 'RADES 3PORTS3PECI¹C#AMPS Grades 3-9: Colorguard Camp

Mountain View High School • 3535 Truman Ave., Mountain View Scholarships are available. Camp is operated by Spartans Sports Camp and all proceeds benefit the Mountain View High School Athletic Department. Offer expires 7/28/17

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 5


g n i r u t Ven e d i s t u o summer for the

Local camps offer a variety of outdoor enrichment programs by Anna Medina

A

s the days slowly start getting longer, it’s natural to start thinking about summer and spending time outdoors — especially in the Bay Area, which is chock full of activities best experienced outside. For local youth, there are plenty of summer camp opportunities along the Midpeninsula that combine enrichment programs with the outdoors.

Most summer camp registrations are either open now or will be soon. With so many options on the table, the most difficult part of enrolling might be deciding which program to try. Camp activities in the area range from those in the water and on the water to those that take place on sport courts, mountain trails, along the bay’s shoreline and more. Here are a few that provide fun and educational outdoor escapes. Wheel Kids Camps is all about expe-

riencing the outdoors on two wheels. The program focuses primarily on recreational bicycling for experienced riders and basic road safety for beginners. The organization, which has been around almost a decade, started in San Francisco and is coming up on its fourth season in Palo Alto. “We live in a fantastic area for being able to bike, not only as a way to get from Point A (continued on page 8)

Kids tackle off-road terrain on mountain bikes at “The Bowl” as part of Wheel Kids Camp. Photo courtesy of Wheel Kids Camp

6 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


Spend Your SUMMER on Drama camps for ages 5 and up!

STAGE

Camp sites in Mountain View, Los Altos Hills and Saratoga

Or audition for one of our full-scale musical productions!

www.pytnet.org

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 7


Venturing outside (continued from page 6)

A young rider learns to master independent two-wheel riding during the Two Wheelers Club Camp, designed to help younger kids learn to ride. Photo courtesy of Wheel Kids Camp

After a water break, campers take in some public art and nature on their way to Shoreline Lake. Photo courtesy of Wheel Kids Camp

to Point B, but also (as a) recreational bicyclist,” said Peter Phillips, general manager of Wheel Kids Bicycle Club Inc., which operates the summer program. Phillips, who has four boys and is an avid biker himself, learned about the camp from a local teacher after his son broke his leg in second grade when he was involved in an accident with a car while riding his bike. Phillips was looking for educational programs with a focus on how to bike safely when he learned about the summer program. Wheel Kids offers two main summer camps: Two Wheelers Camp that teaches beginners — typically those between ages 5 to 8 — how to ride; and Adventure Riding Camp for kids ages 6 to 14, which is broken down into different skill levels for those already experienced with riding on two wheels independently. The Adventure Camp exposes kids to riding on different surfaces, using different bike trails, navigating lane positioning, using proper hand signals, following etiquette and interacting with other bikers and car drivers on the road. But, summer camp is also intended to be fun — something that’s planned into the itinerary. “It’s summer, so we want the kids to have fun. Part of it is bikes as a means of transportation, part of it is exploring ... It’s something you can use for the rest of your life; We hope we’re instilling that,” Phillips said. Activities include excursions to local landmarks such as the Baylands, NASA Ames Visitor Center, Moffett Field, Shoreline Lake and the Stanford University campus. These trips often incorporate educational enrichment. In the past, students have participated in a docent-led outdoor sculpture tour at Stanford and art projects at the Palo Alto Art Center. Christy Moisin’s son Finn will be attending Wheel Kids Camp for the third time this summer. She initially enrolled her two sons after they moved to the Bay Area and started riding their bikes more often. “When we moved here, the kids knew how to ride but they mostly rode at the park; we didn’t use biking for commuting purposes,” Moisin said. Visiting the Velodrome in San Jose ranks among Finn’s favorite camp activities, and Moisin said that she noticed the camp fostered confidence and independence in her sons. “They go by themselves now. They go to school on their own, they ride over to Ada’s Cafe -- it really does give them a sense of independence,” she said. For those looking to join a sports team, Menlo School in Atherton offers a variety of athletic camps from lacrosse to triathlon to water polo. “The summer is a great time for kids to try new sports. Of course, it’s also an ideal time to play the sports they know and love,” said Menlo Director of Athletics Kris Weems. This is the third season Menlo will offer its summer athletic camps to local youth as well as those from out of state. No matter what sport, the coaches tailor their camps to various levels, (continued on page 10)

The boys and girls basketball camps at Menlo School’s athletic summer camps gather for a group shot. Photo courtesy of Menlo School

8 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


WHAT MAKES SUMMER UNIQUE AT THE Y? Kids love the Y’s summer camps because they have fun and meet new friends. Parents love them because the Y provides a safe environment for kids to develop new skills, build character and enjoy new experiences. Financial assistance available.

View our Camp Guides at: www.ymcasv.org/summercamp

MEMORIES TTO E M I E F I L A LAST Overnight and Family Camps YMCA CAMP CAMPBELL Located in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains, YMCA Camp Campbell offers children and teens the chance to make meaningful friendships and strengthen character. They will have the opportunity to explore nature, ¾QGWKHLUWDOHQWVWU\QHZDFWLYLWLHVJDLQLQGHSHQGHQFHDQGPDNHODVWLQJ memories in a safe and enriching environment. · Overnight Camps (ages 7-17) · Teen Adventure Camps (ages 13-16) · Leadership Camps (ages 15-17) · Family Camps (for all ages)

LEARN MORE AT: WWW.YMCACAMPCAMPBELL.ORG Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 9


Venturing outside (continued from page 8)

based on the students participating. The goal is for kids to come away from the camps having had a great, positive experience, said Pam McKenney, sports information director at Menlo School. “That’s what summer is about,” she added. Shoreline’s Boathouse camp in Mountain View takes full advantage of the bright, sunny days and warm weather with its windsurfing, sailing and paddle lessons. As the only sailing camp in the South Bay, the classes are popular, with many students returning year after year, said camp director Edi Sanchez. Sanchez said this year, Shoreline is adding a “Paddle Adventure Camp,” which features kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddleboards and kayak polo. The class was created because of increasing interest in paddleboarding and high demand for paddleboard rentals. Not only do students learn how to sail, windsurf or paddleboard, they also develop other transferable skills. Sanchez noted that self-confidence ranks high among them. “Once they go out and master these skills, ... they gain the confidence to try other things,” Sanchez said. Q Editorial Assistant and Intern Coordinator Anna Medina can be e-mailed at amedina@paweekly.com.

A windsurfer planes with high performance gear, as part of Shoreline Lake camp’s instruction. Photo courtesy of Shoreline Lake

About the cover:

Shoreline Lake campers sail with an instructor for the first time. Photo courtesy of Shoreline Lake

A racing lesson in high wind takes place on Shoreline Lake. Photo courtesy of Shoreline Lake

10 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


STANFORD WATER POLO CAMPS Ages 7 and up. New to the sport or have experience, we have a camp for you. Session 1 – June 19-22 • Session 2 – June 27-30 Half day or full day option for boys and girls. All the camps offer fundamental skill work, position work, scrimmages and games.

650-725-9016 stanfordwaterpolocamps.com

n n o ection C p m a C

REGISTER FOR Rallyball Tennis and Sports Camp @ Cuesta weekly camps • half day or full day Sign up by March 31 for discount www.mountainviewtennis.net | 650.967.5955

GUIDE TO 2017 SUMMER CAMPS FOR KIDS Our guide to 2017 summer camps for kids will be available online in early March. Visit PaloAltoOnline.com/ camp_connection/

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 11


City of Mountain View

Recreation Division

R E M M M SU I S W P S S M & N O CA S S E L

Recreation, Specialty, & Sports Camps Available June 5 to August 11

begins r n o i t tra th fo Regis arch 4 ents M , y da sid Satur ew Re 20th i V n i h ta Moun nday, Marc s t o n and M on-reside for N

12 • Summer Camp Connection 2017

Swim Lessons at Rengstor and Eagle Pools Available June 12 to August 17

Register at www.mountainview.gov/register

Questions? Call us at (650) 903-6331 or email recreation@mountainview.gov


STANFORD EXPLORE

A Lecture Series on Biomedical Research DATES: TIME: PLACE: ELIGIBILITY:

JULY 10- AUGUST 4, 2017 (Monday through Friday; 4 weeks); (option to sign up for 1 week at a time) 9am-12pm daily (on Fridays til 1pm including lunch) Stanford University (School of Medicine campus) High School Students (9th-12th grade)

REGISTRATION: Online registration will begin on March 1, 2017 PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION: explore.stanford.edu

ART YOGA COOKING MINDFULNESS

We strive to help children find their own voice and confidence Register online at www.artandsoulpa.com p artandsoul.paloalto@gmail.com 650-269-0423 June, July & Augustt Full & Half-day Summer Camps! ages 5-11 yrs.

CASTI SUMMER CAMP 2017 All Girls • All Day @ Castilleja School

Arts • Cooking Sports & Games All-Camp Sing-alongs and so much more! For girls entering grades 2-6 in Fall 2017 CILT Program for grades 7-9

Learn more and register at www.Castilleja.org/ summercamp

R E G I ST R AT I O N I S O P E N !

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 13


Hiller Aviation Museum Aviation Camp

#

Science-themed adventures in aerospace for Grades K-8! All programs include: • Hands-on experiments • Model aircraft construction • Realistic flight simulation • Encounters with real aircraft • And so much more!

601 Skyway Rd., San Carlos (650) 654-0200 www.hiller.org 14 • Summer Camp Connection 2017

!"

Summer Camps 2017 Would you like to build and be the Mayor of an entire city of LEGOs? Excitement and Action-Packed with 21st Century, Project-Based Learning Lots of LEGO Fun with Real-Life Learning and Civic Leadership! Locations in Los Altos, Palo Alto and Menlo Park (650) 384-0412 www.thekidizens.com


SUMMER SESSION JUNE 26 – JULY 27 Monday-Thursday 9:30-2:30 We offer innovative one-week courses worth two credits so students can customize their own summer program. />ŽiÕ«̜wÛiÜiiŽÃœv-Փ“iÀ-iÃȜ˜] choosing from classes like College Essay 7œÀŽÃ…œ«] œ“«ÕÌiÀ œ`ˆ˜}]Ƃ-ˆÌ >˜`œŽœÀi]-VÀii˜7ÀˆÌˆ˜}]>˜`“œÀi°

Enrollment open to all 9th-12th grade students.

summer@mid-pen.org | mid-pen.org | 650.321.1991

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 15


OHLONE ART CAMP Silk painting, embroidery, masks, mosaics, and more

Jameson

Kira

Spring & Summer Weekly Sessions: Mon-Fri

Ruby

Come one week or come all!

Hours: 9-1 or 9-5 Ages 5-18 ~TEENS WELCOME! My 3 rules: Have Fun! Slow Down! No Erasers Allowed! Because there is no such thing as a mistake in art! Bring a book. Relax and take your time! Visit the animals and vegetable garden! No pressure camp with Kristen! Located at 245 Wilton Avenue in Palo Alto.

1997-2016

www.ohloneartcamp.com (650) 493-4383 (650) 799-0832

Email: ohloneartcamp@gmail.com

ART & MUSIC CAMPS! Gr K– 8 AM & PM STER REGI

NOW

!

ll.org arts4laAid Available cia

Finan

Summer Camps 2017 Bike Riding Adventures June J 5th – August A t 4th • Adventure Riding Camp for ages: 6 - 13

• Two Wheelers Club for ages: 5 - 7

• Coach In Training for Middle Schoolers Camp Connection Discount $50 off a session – Use Code: CC50 (limited # of codes available)

Lo s Gat os • P alo Alto • San Francisco • Walnu t C r e e k

Ride bikes… Have fun… Explore the Bay Area…

www.wheelkids.com 16 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


D R O C N O C P M CA Affordable Family Vacations at Lake Tahoe

Camp Sessions: Friday, June 23 through Saturday, July 15 Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 11

Family Camp provides a great opportunity for parents and kids to “unplugâ€? and experience nature together. Camp Concord is a high quality, affordable family vacation in one of California’s most beautiful setting – South Lake Tahoe! Do your own thing or join us for programs featuring a beach luau, “signatureâ€? dinner, canoeing on Fallen Leaf Lake and other family fun. Options include horseback riding and rafting down the Truckee River. Our hospitality team is attentive to your QHHGVRIIHULQJDJHVSHFLĂ€FSURJUDPVIRU children, teens and adults. Meals are included and our campers tell us WKDWWKHIRRGLVWHUULĂ€F2XUPHQXIHDWXUHV%%4 tri-tip, roasted chicken, salads, fresh fruits and vegetables. With advance notice we can accommodate most dietary needs and preferences. You’ll enjoy our charmingly rustic private cabins that comfortably accommodate between 5-8 family members and our newly remodeled bath house!

Groups Love Camp Concord! Give us a call or visit our website for more information!

CAMPCONCORD.ORG • (925) 671-3006

Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 17


TheatreWorks S I L I C O N V A L L E Y

Summer Camp

A ABO SK UT SIBL OUR DISC ING OUN TS!

Grades K– 6

Professional actors / instructors teach your “PlayMaker” life-long performance skills. Six sessions from June 5–August 4 Mon – Fri, 9am – 3pm Extended care available

In Palo Alto & Menlo Park For more info: theatreworks.org/learn/youth/summercamps/ email learn@theatreworks.org or call 650.463.7146

NIKE TENNIS CAMPS

SERIOUS. FUN.

STANFORD UNIVERSITY JUNIOR OVERNIGHT & EXTENDED DAY CAMPS

STANFORD TENNIS SCHOOL

Boys & Girls | Ages 9-18 Paul Goldstein Sessions: June 25-30 July 2-7 (Nat’l Training Camp) | July 9-14 | July 16-21

Directed by Frankie Brennan & Brandon Coupe June 12-15 | June 19-22 Full Day and Half Day Options | Boys & Girls Ages 8-15

Lele Forood Sessions: June 23-28 July 30-Aug 4 (Bank of the West) Aug 6-11 | Aug 14-18 (Day Only)

STANFORD ADULT TENNIS SCHOOL Directed by Frankie Brennan & Brandon Coupe June 17-18 | Aug 12-13

USSportsCamps.com 1-800-NIKE CAMP (1-800-645-3226) All Rights reserved. Nike and the Swoosh design are registered trademarks of Nike, Inc. and its affiliates, and are used under license.Nike is the title sponsor of the camps and has no control over the operation of the camps or the acts or omissions of US Sports Camps.

18 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


Coding & Programming • Ages 12 - 17 žSmall group classes with individualized instruction žBeginner classes require no prior experience ·Students build portfolio and confidence! žSpecial guest appearances by industry pioneers žRegister today to secure Earlybird pricing

TeenDevCamp 923 N. San Antonio Rd. Los Altos, CA 94022 teendevcamp.com (408) 647-5809 info@teendevcamp.com Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 19


Camp Sunnyvale

Sunnyvale Splash Register Today!

Instructors are wonderful and really make a difference in fine tuning their swim skills. — Swim Lesson Parent

• Traditional Day Camps • Preschool High quality camp staff • Arts makes all the difference, which is why we return • Sports every year! • STEM • Summer Express Ages • Teen Leadership 2-18 — Camp Parent

&DPSVLQ6XQQ\YDOHFRP

20 • Summer Camp Connection 2017

• Swim Lessons • Recreation Swim • Splash Special Events • Lifeguard Training • CPR and First Aid



Ages 6 months and up

6ZLPLQ6XQQ\YDOHFRP


Sacred Heart Schools., Atherton Summer Sports Camp Powered by Hi-Five Sports baycamp@hifivesports.com

2017

650-362-4975

Hi-Five Sports Summer Camp

www.hifivesportsclubs.com

h 8t 2 ly rade u J G h2t 8th 1 ne s Ju ear 4y

Destination Science The fun science day camp for curious kids 5-11! T

Save $30/wk

2017 Topics: Robotic Mystery Camp! mp! Crazy Contraption & Demolition Camp!

Ends 3/31/17

Coaster Science & Mad Chemistry Camp! p!

20 Bay Area Locations

Journey Into Space & Movie Making Camp!!

destinationscience.org

888-909-2822 Summer Camp Connection 2017 • 21


Write Now!

. . .

Summer Writing Camps Expository Writing 7/10-7/14

Creative Writing 7/17-7/21

INSTRUMENT SAFARI for ages 8-12

/HDUQDERXWDQGWU\RXWWKHGLσHUHQWLQVWUXPHQWVRσHUHGLQVFKRRO PXVLFSURJUDPVLQSUHSDUDWLRQIRU WKHðUVW\HDURIEDQGRURUFKHVWUD

ENROLLING

NOW

Presentation Techniques 7/24-7/28

Grades: 2-8 Grades Hours: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Extended care available

Cost: 1 week: $500; 2 weeks: $950; Add’I weeks @ $400

Emerson School

2800 West Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto (650) 424-1267

For applications and information: writenowcc@headsup.org www.headsup.org

22 • Summer Camp Connection 2017

SPRING AND SUMMER SESSIONS AVAILABLE Suzuki Violin Ages 4-7

Beginning Guitar and Ukulele ages 8-adult

Private Lessons Summer Rentals

262 Castro St. Mountain View (650) 961-1566 • westvalleymusic.com


Join us for an EPIC summer experience!

Register Online @ pacccregistration.org today!

PACCCSUMMER FUN Learning, Playing, Growing Together

W E E K LY C A M P S J U N E 5 - A U G U S T 4

for kids entering 1st through 6th grades

OPERATION CHEF*

JV SPORTS ADVENTURE CAMP

Grades: entering 1st - 6th Duveneck Kids’ Club (*1 4-week session)

Grades: entering 1st - 3rd Addison Kids’ Club

F.A.M.E CAMP

Grades: entering 4th - 6th Besse Bolton Kids’ Club* (*Fairmeadow Elementary School)

(Fine Arts, Music, Entertainment) Grades: entering 1st - 6th Ohlone Kids’ Club

LEADERS IN TRAINING (L.I.T.)

PACCC: SPECIAL INTEREST UNITS Grades: entering 1st - 3rd Walter Hays Kids’ Club

AFTER SCHOOL SUMMER ADVENTURES* Grades: entering 1st - 6th Barron Park Kids’ Club (*Hours 12:30 - 6:00)

Summer Camp Connection 2017 Full Camp Description Available Online: www.PACCC.org

• 23


Summer 2017

Al l F un. Al l s umm er.

With options for every age, schedule and interest, you can mix and match camps to meet your family’s needs. • Traditional camp options for a well-rounded summer • Specialty camps for every interest including Ceramics, Magic, Sports, Cooking, Young Inventors, Dance, Camp H2O and more • Amazing field trips to California Academy of Sciences, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, San Francisco’s Pier 39, Alcatraz and other exciting destinations • Leadership opportunities for teens

egister now at:

3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303

24 • Summer Camp Connection 2017


Camp Connection - Summer 2017