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CAMPS GUIDE

2017

SUMMER

MONOCACY | HISTORY | NATURE | SPORTS | AND MORE!

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At time of press, openings are available for these programs 6/26-6/30

7/3-7/7

7/10-7/14

7/17-7/21

7/24-7/28

7/31-8/4

8/7-8/11

8/14-8/18

8-13

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6-12

8-9

8-12

Nature Camp at Catoctin Creek Park

10-11

2-12

Nature Camp at Fountain Rock Park

12-13

4-12

History Camp

14-15

2-13

Teen Adventure Camp

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13-15

Camp Yes U Can

24

7-11

Abrakadoodle Art Camps

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3-12

Calling All Princesses / Calling All Spies

20

5-8

20-21

7+

Young Rembrandts

21

6-12

Harry Potter Camp

21

7+

Junior Princess / Junior Zoo

21

4-6

Lego Batman

21

7+

Marvel-ous Fun!

21

7+

Ocean Life

22

6-12

Star Wars

22

7+

Steam Arts

22

6-9

World of Dinosaurs

22

6-12

Silver Nights Chess Camp

22

5-13

Kids Cooking Camp

23

6-13

Master Chef Camp

23

6-13

24-25

7-11

Mini Monocacy

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3.5-6

Little Hands Cooking Mini Camp

23

3-5

Superhero Camp

27

3-6

1st Kicks Soccer

30

3-5

Sports Discovery

29

3-5

Tiny Sluggers

27

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Monocacy Day Camp

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6-12

Monocacy Adventure Camp

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Monocacy Sports & Games

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SPECIALTY CAMPS

Eco-Adventure Camp

ARTS & CRAFTS CAMPS

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Frozen Dance Camp

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3-6

Hip-Hop Dance Camp

24

7-11

Princess Dance Camp

24

3-6

Children’s Chorus Camp

23

8-12

Ball Diamond Dynamics: Baseball & Softball

27

7-14

Basketball

27

8-14

Baton/Cheer

27-28

4-13

Field Hockey

28

6-17

Flag Football

28

7-14

Gymnastics

28-29

4-17

Lacrosse

29

3-14

Multi-Sports

29

3-14

Rugby

29

6-14

Running

29

7-17

Soccer

30

3-16

Tennis

31

6-14

Volleyball

31

7-18

Club Scientific

25

5-15

Electronic Game Design

25

8-13

Jump N’ Build

26

5-10

Lego’s

26

5-13

Junior Coders

25

7-12

Rockets & Rovers

25

7-11

Snapology

26

5-10

Fit U Boot Camp

25

18+

Crafting History

25

50+

8/14-8/18

4-5

8/7-8/11

24

7/31-8/4

Pliés & Princesses

7/24-7/28

7/17-7/21

3-6

7/10-7/14

Before 6/26

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7/3-7/7

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Creative Dance Camp

CAMP FINDER

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Summer Camp Information PAPERWORK AND FORMS:

Camp information will be emailed, including any forms that are required for camps. All camps that have an icon next to them (2) require a camper health information form to be filled out and brought to camp on the first day. Please make copies for each camp session your child is attending. You may receive additional forms/ waivers that are specific to your child’s camp through email before the camp begins.

SIGNING IN/OUT:

Authorized individuals 18 years or older must sign child(ren) in and out each day. Staff are required to ID all persons picking up children. Parents must sign in and walk child(ren) to the specific meeting area.

MEDICATION AUTHORIZATION:

If your child needs medication during camp hours, download the Medication Authorization Form from our website at www.recreater. com. Staff is not permitted to accept medications until the proper paperwork is complete.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

LATE PICKUP POLICY:

• Participants must be the advertised age of the camp by the start of the program.

If a parent or authorized person is late picking up the child, a late fee of $1 for every 3 minutes will be applied.

CHILDREN’S BELONGINGS:

• REGISTER EARLY! Many of our camps and programs fill up fast and registration is on a first come, first served basis.

• Most of our camps and programs run in one-week sessions. Times vary from half days to full days.

Please label all belongings. Personal belongings should be kept in a bag or backpack. Cell phones and electronic devices are allowed to be carried in the child’s backpack, but must be turned off during camp hours. We strongly discourage campers bringing these items to camp.

• Registration form is on page 35. If you need assistance, please call 301-600-2936.

CAMP ATTIRE:

CAMP DEPOSITS

Children are encouraged to dress comfortably in old clothing and sneakers. Please do not send your child to camp in open-toed shoes or sandals.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Frederick County Parks and Recreation provides reasonable modifications upon request for individuals with disabilities. If you have a child who needs accommodations, please call 301-600-2936 at least two weeks prior to your child’s camp start date.

LUNCH:

Campers are required to pack a non-perishable lunch, snacks and a water bottle for all full day camps.

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• You will receive a registration confirmation via e-mail after your registration is complete so please make sure your e-mail is current in our system. Be sure to verify your receipt for accuracy. A $20 non-refundable deposit per camper, per week will hold your child’s space in the camps listed below. Balance of registration fees must be paid-in-full by 4 pm, Friday, June 16th. If payment is not received by the required deadline, your child’s registration is cancelled. Registrations made after June 16th must be paid-in-full at the time of registration.

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Monocacy Day Camp Monocacy Adventure Camp Monocacy Sports & Games Camp Eco-Adventure Camp Nature Camp (Full day only) History Camp (Full day only) Teen Adventure Camp

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Monocacy Day Camp 2 6-12 YEARS

Spend your summer vacation with us, enjoying sports, games and crafts that reflect the weekly themes listed below. Explore, learn, and laugh all under the watchful eyes of our fully-trained staff. Whatever your interests are, there is a week for you! Fun weekly water days and visits by special guests will be held at each location.

Weekly Fee:

Full Day: $139

*Swim Option: $19

“My child enjoyed making new friends and the activities were great!” - Raqual Vargas

Walkersville location only Camp swim runs M-Th

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: Camp Drop Off: Camp Pick-Up:

7:00 am - 6:00 pm 7:00 - 9:00 am 4:00 - 6:00 pm

IMPORTANT NOTE: On Friday, July 28th, campers will report to Pinecliff Park for “Camp Field Day”.

Walkersville Rec Center Date

Theme

6/19-6/23

Oakdale Rec Center Code

Camp Swim

Welcome Summer

11228

TBD

6/26-6/30

Summer Solstice

10620

7/3-7/7

Party in the USA

10612

7/10-7/14

Science Adventure

7/17-7/21

Date

Theme

Code

6/26-6/30 Summer Solstice

10619

*10438

7/3-7/7

10611

*10439

7/10-7/14 Science Adventure

10605

10606

*10440

7/17-7/21 Beach Ya To It

10625

Beach Ya To It

10626

*10441

7/24-7/28

Spirit Week

10598

*10442

7/24-7/28 Spirit Week

10597

7/31-8/4

Mischief, Mayhem & Make Believe

10616

N/A

8/7-8/11

And the Crowd Goes Wild

10602

N/A

The Show Must Go On

10621

N/A

8/14-8/18

Week 9 Location: Ballenger Creek Community Park 8/21-8/25

Encore Week

10607

N/A

Mischief, Mayhem & Make Believe

10613

8/7-8/11

And the Crowd Goes Wild

10601

Week 9 Location: Pinecliff Park 8/21-8/25 Encore Week

Theme

Code

6/26-6/30

Summer Solstice

10618

7/3-7/7

Party in the USA

10610

7/10-7/14

Science Adventure

10604

7/17-7/21

Beach Ya To It

10624

7/24-7/28

Spirit Week

10596

7/31-8/4

Mischief, Mayhem & Make Believe

10615

8/7-8/11

And the Crowd Goes Wild

10600

Week 9 Location: Ballenger Creek Community Building 8/21-8/25

Encore Week

10607

Head over to Ballenger Creek Park for the last week of camp!

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10608

Head over to Pinecliff Park for the last week of camp!

Centerville Rec Center Date

Date

7/31-8/4

Head over to Ballenger Creek Park for the last week of camp!

Middletown Rec Center

Party in the USA

Theme

Code

6/19-6/23 Welcome Summer

11229

6/26-6/30 Summer Solstice

10617

7/3-7/7

10609

Party in the USA

7/10-7/14 Science Adventure

10603

7/17-7/21 Beach Ya To It

10623

7/24-7/28 Spirit Week

10595

7/31-8/4

Mischief, Mayhem & Make Believe

10614

8/7-8/11

And the Crowd Goes Wild

10599

8/14-8/18 The Show Must Go On

10622

Week 9 Location: Pinecliff Park 8/21-8/25 Encore Week

10608

Head over to Pinecliff Park for the last week of camp!

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Monocacy Adventure Camp 2 8-13 YEARS Dive into a world of non-stop outdoor fun! Go for hikes in the woods, practice archery skills, explore the river, learn about nature and play games like Capture-theFlag! Campers will investigate the entire park for a great summer experience. Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle and non-perishable lunch every day.

Weekly Fee: $144 Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: Camp Drop Off: Camp Pick-Up:

7:00 am - 6:00 pm 7:00 - 9:00 am 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Browning Building at Pinecliff Park

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Mini Monocacy 2

Camp Week

Code

6/26-6/30

10576

7/3-7/7

10577

7/10-7/14

10578

7/17-7/21

10579

7/24-7/28

10580

7/31-8/4

10581

8/7-8/11

10582

8/14-8/18

10680

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3.5-6 YEARS Join us for a little bit of “Monocacy Day Camp” combined with a preschool program. With higher staff to child ratios and incorporating preschool elements, this is the perfect stepping stone into our full day camp. Each weekly theme will feature stories, crafts and games specifically designed to help your preschooler learn and make friends! Participants must be potty trained.

Weekly Fee: $72 Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday:

9:00 am - 11:30 am

Middletown Rec Center Camp Week

Theme

Code

6/26-6/30

Summer Kickoff

10568

7/3-7/7

Red, White & You

10569

7/10-7/14

Mad Scientists

10566

7/17-7/21

Under the Sea

10570

7/24-7/28

Spirit Week

10567

7/31-8/4

Adventureland

10571

8/7-8/11

Anything Goes!

10565

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Monocacy Sports & Games 2 6-12 YEARS Join us in the Monocacy Sports and Games Camp this summer! We’ll play sports and games such as soccer, basketball, flag football, baseball, ultimate frisbee, dodgeball, lacrosse and more! Participants will learn new skills and enhance previous skills by competing in drills and competitions that will increase their sporting ability on and off the field. All skill levels welcome! Campers will rotate activities in age and skill appropriate groups. Bring a non-perishable lunch and a water bottle.

Weekly Fee: $144 Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: Camp Drop Off: Camp Pick-Up:

7:00 am - 6:00 pm 7:00 - 9:00 am 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Tuscarora Rec Center Camp Week

Code

6/26-6/30

10649

7/3-7/7

10651

7/10-7/14

10652

7/17-7/21

10653

7/24-7/28

10654

7/31-8/4

10655

8/7-8/11

10656

8/14-8/18

10657

NFL PUNT, PASS AND KICK COMPETITION

Pre-register at recreater.com

FCPR is hosting an NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Competition. Youth football fans will get a chance to showcase their skills at this local event. Scores are based on accuracy and distance in the categories of punting, passing and kicking. Top finishers will have the opportunity to advance to a Sectional Competition and possibly the Baltimore Ravens team championship. Each participant must present a copy of their Birth Certificate at check-in. This is a free event for boys and girls. Participants will be separated based on ages. Age classification is as of December 31, 2017. No football shoes, turf shoes, cleats or bare feet are allowed. Only soft-sole gym shoes are permitted.

6-15 yrs / FREE Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10874 Friday, August 11th 12:00-2:00 pm www.Recreater.com

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Eco-Adventure Camp Catoctin Creek Park & Nature Center 2929 Sumantown Road ı Middletown, MD 21769

Do you enjoy getting your feet wet, exploring streams, searching for crayfish, salamanders and frogs? Then join us for a summer filled with outdoor adventures. Each week will include a weekly theme with the following core activities: creek walks, nature hikes and team building games. Please note: activities are subject to change due to heat advisories or unsafe weather conditions.

“My child enjoyed going in the water, the animals and the egg drop project!” - JoAnne Shields

SCHEDULE:

Monday-Friday 8:00-9:00 am Organized Free Play 9:00 am-12:00 pm Camp Activities 12:00-1:00 pm LUNCH (not provided) 1:00-4:00 pm Camp Activities 4:00-5:00 pm Organized Free Play Weekly newsletters will be emailed to all campers prior to camp starting.

**TRANSPORTATION: For an additional $30, campers will be safely transported to and from Catoctin Creek Nature Center for camp. A Parks and Recreation Shuttle Van will leave daily from Rose Hill Manor at 7:30 am and return at 5:00 pm. Transportation is limited to 10 participants per week. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

REFUND POLICY:

See refund policy on page 34.

HEALTH FORMS 2: It is imperative that your child’s Camp Health Form and Medication Authorization Form (if needed) be completed prior to the start of camp. Please complete these form(s) and bring them with you on the first day of camp. These form(s) can be downloaded at www.recreater.com.

Week 1: June 26-30 CREEK EXPLORERS I 2

Week 3: July 10-14 CREEK CRITTERS 2

This camp is designed for campers who love wading in the creek and searching for creek creatures large and small including crayfish, frogs, and salamanders. During the week, campers will be tubing along the creek (subject to water level), exploring, and much more. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10735 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 6/26-6/30 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10736 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 6/26-6/30

We will search for the unique amphibians which live near Catoctin Creek including salamanders, frogs & toads. During the week campers will be able to go: tubing along the creek (subject to water level), seining for fish, dip netting, searching for crayfish and much more. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10733 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/10-7/14 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10734 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 7/10-7/14

Week 2: July 3-7

Week 4: July 17-21

CREEK EXPLORERS II 2

This camp is designed for campers who love wading in the creek and searching for creek creatures large and small including: crayfish, frogs, and salamanders. During the week the campers will be able to go: tubing along the creek (subject to water level), explore different parts of the creek, and much more. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10737 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/3-7/7 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10738 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 7/3-7/7

ADVENTURE GAMES 2

This camp is designed for campers that want to make new friends as they work together in fun, challenging, team-building activities. During the week the campers will be able to go: tubing along the creek (subject to water level), participate in many competitions, and much more. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10731 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/17-7/21 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10732 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 7/17-7/21

MORE SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION:

See additional camp details on pg 4.

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Week 5: July 24-28 SURVIVOR CAMP 2

Campers show their survival smarts by constructing survival shelters and trying their hands at other basic outdoor survival techniques such as fire building, collecting water, and tubing along the creek (subject to water level). 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10740 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/24-7/28 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10741 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 7/24-7/28

Week 6: July 31-August 4 WILDERNESS SKILLS 2

Spend the week learning new outdoor skills including: wildlife tracking, geocaching, survival shelter building, and much more. Campers will also have the opportunity to test their skills in archery. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10745 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/31-8/4 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10742 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 7/31-8/4

Frederick Farm Fresh is Frederick County’s information destination to find out where the farmer's markets are located, when they are open, what items are available, and detailed information about participating farmers, bakers, artisans, and business owners. Don’t miss out on the next farmer’s market in your area!

Week 7: August 7-11 WILDLIFE WONDERS 2

Explore the habitats of the wild animals of Catoctin Creek. Meet live animals and explore the creek, woods, and meadows of the park searching for the wild critters that live here. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10746 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/7-8/11 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10743 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 8/7-8/11

Week 8: August 14-18 EXPERIMENT EXPLORATION 2

Campers will experience science through experimentation and observations. They will participate in various activities that are based on scientific theories and fun. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Catoctin Creek Park 10744 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/14-8/18 **TRANSPORTATION – $179 10739 M-F 7:30 AM-5:00 PM 8/14-8/18

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Nature Camp

Catoctin Creek Park & Nature Center 2929 Sumantown Road ı Middletown, MD 21769

Nature camp features lively outdoor adventures, interactions with our Nature Center animals, hands-on activities, games, nature walks, storytelling and crafts. Every week will include new adventures as well as weekly favorites such as catching critters and exploring the tributaries, meadows and forests! Please note: activities are subject to change due to heat advisories or unsafe weather conditions. FULL DAY CAMP SCHEDULE:

9:00-9:30 am Organized Free Play 9:30 am-12:00 pm Camp Activities 12:00-1:00pm Lunch (not provided) 1:00-3:30 pm Camp Activities 3:30-4:00 pm Organized Free Play *During Organized Free Play campers will have the chance to play with board games, toys, puzzles, read nature books, and create nature drawings.

REFUND POLICY:

See refund policy on page 34.

HEALTH FORMS 2: It is imperative

that your child’s Camp Health Form and Medication Authorization Form (if needed) be completed prior to the start of camp. Please complete these form(s) and bring them with you on the first day of camp. These form(s) can be downloaded at www.recreater.com.

MORE SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION:

Week 1: June 12-16

Week 3: June 26-30

LITTLE SEEDLINGS 2

Your child is discovering the world around them but isn’t ready to explore without you yet. So hold your little explorers hand in this mini-camp experience and interact with them while they discover nature through their 5 senses. A registered adult must participate with each child registered. 2-3 yrs / 5 days / $69 Catoctin Creek Park 10751 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 6/12-6/16

Week 4: July 3-7 WET & WILD II 2

Week 2: June 19-23 NATURE THROUGH THE SENSES 2

Explore nature through the 5 senses by learning what they are, what they tell you about the world around you, and how animals use them to survive. Campers will explore their senses through games and activities. Each day will be themed, based on one of the five senses. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $74 Catoctin Creek Park 10752 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 6/19-6/23

See additional camp details on pg 4.

WET & WILD I 2

You will certainly get your feet wet during a fun-packed week of aquatic exploration! Highlighted activities will include tubing, dipnetting, and exploring the Catoctin Creek. Lots of adventures and lots of fun! 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $139 Catoctin Creek Park 10758 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 6/26-6/30

You will certainly get your feet wet during a fun-packed week of aquatic exploration! Highlighted activities will include tubing, dipnetting, and exploring the Catoctin Creek. 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $139 Catoctin Creek Park 10759 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/3-7/7

Nature Birthday Parties Birthday party includes:

• 1 Hour Nature Presentation of your Choice • 1 Hour Party Room Reservation

$170

for up to 20 children ($7 for each add’l child)

Reservations: 301-600-1646 R

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Week 5: July 10-14 CREEK STOMPERS 2

Catoctin Creek is the perfect place to learn all about water! Campers spend the week using hands-on discovery to explore the aquatic world that lurks on and beneath the creek’s waters - while having fun and getting wet, of course! We round out the week with a terrific tubing adventure (subject to water level) down the creek. 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $139 Catoctin Creek Park 10750 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/10-7/14

Week 6: July 17-21 WE LOVE BUGS 2

It’s summertime and the bugs and butterflies are hopping at Catoctin Creek! Campers will just love to take bug hikes, play silly bug games, make cool bug crafts and meet our buggy friends living at the nature center. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $74 Catoctin Creek Park 10756 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21

Week 8: July 31-August 4 VET TECH KIDS 2

This camp is an introduction to the world of caring for animals and is for those aspiring to be a veterinarian, zoologist, or who just love animals. Learn about the nutritional needs, resting and eating habits, and much more about the animals at the nature center. There will be hands on experience with different animals. 9-12 yrs / 5 days / $74 Catoctin Creek Park 10755 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 7/31-8/4

REPTILES ROCK 2

Whether it slithers or scampers, this camp is about all things reptile! Through hikes, games, crafts, live animal talks, and outdoor exploration, campers have fun learning all about our reptile friends here at the park. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $74 Catoctin Creek Park 10753 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/31-8/4

Week 9: August 7-11 ANIMALS, ANIMALS, ANIMALS! 2

Campers will explore the park in search of the animals that live here. We’ll look for signs of animals that call the park their home and meet the animals that live inside the nature center. Campers will enjoy learning while participating in active games, nature crafts, and exploring the park. 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $139 Catoctin Creek Park 10749 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 8/7-8/11

Week 10: August 14-18 AWESOME AMPHIBIANS 2

Campers will learn what makes amphibians so special and have the opportunity to meet some that live at the nature center. We’ll explore the amphibian world through games, crafts, and outdoor exploration. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $74 Catoctin Creek Park 10760 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 8/14-8/18

Week 7: July 24-28 WEIRD & WACKY SCIENCE 2

Let your camper discover cool facts of science through experiments and observation. Campers will participate in experiments (wear old clothes because it may get messy), play games, and create crafts while discovering science. 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $139 Catoctin Creek Park 10757 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/24-7/28

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Nature Camp Fountain Rock Park & Nature Center 8511 Nature Center Place ı Walkersville, MD 21793

Nature camp features games, archery, nature walks, wildlife viewing, storytelling, crafts, and hands-on activities with the nature center animals. Every week will include new adventures as well as weekly favorites, such as catching butterflies with nets, exploring Glade Creek for crayfish, and the option of having a picture taken with one of the resident snakes! Please note: activities are subject to change due to heat advisories or unsafe weather conditions. KNEE-HIGH NATURALISTS 2

FULL DAY CAMP SCHEDULE:

8:00-9:00 am Organized Free Play 9:00 am-12:00 pm Camp Activities 12:00-1:00 pm Lunch (not provided) 1:00-4:00 pm Camp Activities 4:00-5:00 pm Organized Free Play *During Organized Free Play, campers will have the chance to play with board games, toys, puzzles, read nature books, create nature drawings, and assist with the care of the nature center animals.

REFUND POLICY:

See refund policy on page 34.

HEALTH FORMS 2: It is imperative that your child’s Camp Health Form and Medication Authorization Form (if needed) be completed prior to the start of camp. Please complete these form(s) and bring them with you on the first day of camp. These form(s) can be downloaded at www.recreater.com. MORE SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION:

Spend each day of the week in a different natural world. Chase butterflies, splash in the creek, explore the forest, play games and make nature crafts. Let’s get outside this summer! Please bring a water bottle and dress in play clothes as we will be outside as much as possible. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $74 Kaufman House at Fountain Rock Park 11061 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 6/26-6/30 11071 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 6/26-6/30 11064 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/3-7/7 11072 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/10-7/14 11066 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21 11067 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28 11073 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/24-7/28 11068 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/31-8/4 11069 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 8/7-8/11 11074 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 8/7-8/11 11070 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 8/14-8/18

ULTIMATE NATURE CAMP 2

Begin each day at the Nature Center! Hike to the creek, discover the forest, learn to track animals and identify plants. Enjoy the natural world while playing games and exploring the park with new friends. Please wear clothes you can get messy in as we will be outside as much as possible. Dress for the weather and bring a lunch with water bottle everyday. 7-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Nature Center at Fountain Rock Park 11051 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 6/26-6/30 11054 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/17-7/21 11055 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/7-8/11 11056 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/14-8/18

6-8 yrs / 5 days / $74 Kaufman House at Fountain Rock Park 11075 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/3-7/7 11076 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/17-7/21 11077 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/31-8/4 11094 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 8/14-8/18

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SUMMER SCIENTISTS 2

Campers will set bait to study animal tracks, measure the height of the trees, conduct a field study on seed dispersal, take water quality tests to determine the health of our creek and much more in our best ever natural science camp. Play games, enjoy the outdoors and discover how much fun science can be! Dress for the weather and bring a lunch with water bottle everyday. 7-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Nature Center at Fountain Rock Park 11057 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/3-7/7 11058 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/24-7/28

SURVIVAL OF THE “KIDDEST” 2

Where do turtles go in the winter? How can a delicate butterfly make it all the way to Mexico? Is a beaver dam stronger than my house? This week its all about how to survive in the wild. We will learn about animal survival tools and try out some of our own including; how to find water and edible wild food, build shelters, fish with only a string, tie knots, and more. Dress for the weather and bring a lunch with water bottle everyday. 7-12 yrs / 5 days / $149 Nature Center at Fountain Rock Park 11059 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/10-7/14 11060 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/31-8/4

Bird Walk WITH KEITH AND BETH HAMILTON

Enjoy a birding hike led by our local experts Keith and Beth Hamilton from Wild Birds Unlimited. They will point out our native species and answer all your birding questions. Feel free to bring your own binoculars but some may be on hand to borrow. Pre-registration is not required but is recommended. For more information, please call 301-600-2936. For all ages / FREE Fountain Rock Park – 10:00 am-Noon 10556 May 21st 11111 July 16th Catoctin Creek Park – 10:00 am-Noon 11171 June 11th 11172 August 20th

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History Camp Hill Manor Park & Museums History Rose Camps: 1611 North Market Street ı Frederick, MD 21701

History camp features lively games, crafts, museum and garden exploration, storytelling, and a variety of hands-on activities. Every week will include new adventures as well as weekly favorites. The museum facilities and gardens add to the unique possibilities of learning at Rose Hill Manor Park. Please note: activities are subject to change due to heat advisories or unsafe weather conditions. FULL DAY CAMP SCHEDULE:

8:00-9:00 am *Organized Free Play 9:00 am-12:00 pm Camp Activities 12:00-1:00 pm Lunch (not provided) 1:00-4:00 pm Camp Activities 4:00-5:00 pm *Organized Free Play *During Organized Free Play, campers will have the chance to play with board games, toys, puzzles, books, and activity sheets related to camp themes, as well as to explore the Museum.

REFUND POLICY:

See refund policy on page 34.

HEALTH FORMS 2: It is imperative

that your child’s Camp Health Form and Medication Authorization Form (if needed) be completed prior to the start of camp. Please complete these form(s) and bring them with you on the first day of camp. These form(s) can be downloaded at www.recreater.com.

Week 1: June 19-23

Week 2: June 26-30

Enjoy exploring beloved nursery rhymes while engaging in group play and activities. Campers will participate in story-time, activities that encourage color and shape recognition and craft time each day. Parents must remain with children and cost is per parent/child pair. 2-4 yrs / 5 days / $69 10708 M-F 9:30-11:30 AM 6/19-6/23

Explore one of the most defining periods in our nation’s history and utilize primary sources to understand the Civil War. Discover how the leadership of Lincoln & Davis defined the war and its outcomes. 7-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10694 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 6/26-6/30

MOMMY & ME: MOTHER GOOSE ON THE LOOSE 2

WILD, WILD, WEST CAMP 2

Explore pioneer life and learn skills which helped pioneers survive in the wild, wild west. 4-7 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10718 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 6/19-6/23

LINCOLN & DAVIS’S WORLD: CIVIL WAR CAMP 2

ROSE HILL REGIMENT: CIVIL WAR CAMP 2

Explore the history of the Civil War from the Firing on Sumter to the Signing at Appomatox. Learn about President Abraham Lincoln as well as the lives of soldiers and civilians through role play and activities. 4-7 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10713 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 6/26-6/30

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Week 3: July 3-7

MOMMY & ME: SUPERHEROES OF HISTORY CAMP 2

Discover how ordinary Americans became superheroes of history. From Thomas Jefferson to Albert Einstein and Captain America to Superman we’ll learn some history while training to be superheroes. 2-4 yrs / 5 days / $69 Rose Hill Manor Park 10717 M-F 9:30-11:30 AM 7/3-7/7

Week 4: July 10-14 FANTASIES, LEGENDS & LORE CAMP 2

Explore American legends and lore through exploring classic tales. Discover the ties of history, theatre, and literature as we craft, role play and bring these fantasy worlds to life. 5-8 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10705 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14

NATIVE AMERICAN NATURE CAMP 2

Explore our natural world while learning about Native Americans. Develop your nature skills in animal recognition and tracking, while exploring foods from nature. We’ll make a nature inspired craft each day. 4-7 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10711 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21

NATIVE AMERICAN NATURE SURVIVAL CAMP 2

Explore the links between nature and Native Americans and how to survive in the natural world. Practice Native American skills, including basket weaving and archery. 7-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10712 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/17-7/21

HOGWARTS HISTORY CAMP 2

Week 6: July 24-28

HISTORY ADVENTURE CAMP 2

Embark on an adventure in history. Discover how revolutions have shaped our country and explore the skills and legends of folk heroes. Daily opportunities to learn and practice new skills including archery, orienteering, camouflage, net making and tracking. 7-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10706 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/24-7/28

HISTORY ADVENTURES: REBECCA’S FRIENDS CAMP 2

Explore the history of immigration and the adventures of those who chose to make America home. We’ll explore the stories of Rebecca and use diaries and other primary sources to explore the adventure of coming to America. Camp activities will be divided by age group. 5-13 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10702 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28

Explore the history behind Harry Potter and enjoy bringing the books to life. From mythology to magic, we’ll discover the basis for these stories and have fun making magical projects each day. 6-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10704 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/10-7/14

Week 5: July 17-21

GIRLS IN HISTORY CAMP: SAMANTHA’S WORLD 2

Explore history through the stories of Samantha. Learn about the history of Rose Hill during this time period and explore the role women played in historical events. Camp activities will be divided by age group. 4-13 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10700 M-F 1:00-3:30 PM 7/17-7/21

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History Camp

Week 7: July 31-August 4 HAMILTON’S WORLD CAMP 2

HISTORY SPORTS CAMP 2

Explore the history behind various sports and games including archery, baseball and more. We’ll explore how games and sports have changed over time and try our hand at a few. We’ll even practice creating our own games. 6-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10854 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/7-8/11

Explore the early American period of Hamilton, Washington, Jefferson, Adams, & Madison. Discover how these men thought and lived through their own writings, museum exploration and other primary source materials. We’ll even develop our own theatrical production interpreting the life and time of these men. Week 9: August 14-18 8-13 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park MOLLY’S WORLD: 10714 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/31-8/4 WORLD WAR II CAMP 2 Explore the World War II Era through the INVENTIONS OF HISTORY 2 stories of Molly. We’ll create our own play and Explore history through inventions that have discover how World War II changed the lives helped to shape our world. Discover how of ordinary Americans. Camp activities will technology has shaped history. be divided by age group. 4-7 yrs / 5 days / $74 4-14 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park Rose Hill Manor Park 10715 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 7/31-8/4 10701 M-F 9:00-11:30 AM 8/14-8/18

Week 8: August 7-11

DIRTY JOBS HISTORY CAMP 2

Discover the many jobs that made a house like Rose Hill Manor and a town like Frederick function throughout history. Explore black-smithing, flintknapping, tanning and much more. We’ll practice our hand at a few of these jobs each day. 5-12 yrs / 5 days / $74 Rose Hill Manor Park 10853 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/11

A WORLD AT WAR: WORLD WAR II CAMP 2

Explore the technology and innovations of World War II, how life changed for Americans and how art shaped the war effort. 6-14 yrs / 5 days / $149 Rose Hill Manor Park 10695 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/14-8/18

Week 10: August 21-25 MOMMY & ME CAMP: NATIVE AMERICAN NATURE 2

Enjoy exploring history and nature with your little one. Campers will participate in story-time, activities that encourage color and shape recognition, gross and fine motor skills and enjoy crafting projects together. Parents must remain with children and cost is per parent/child pair. 2-4 yrs / 5 days / $69 Rose Hill Manor Park 10709 M-F 9:30-11:30 AM 8/21-8/25

Juniors Girl Scouts – Night at the Museum Discover what it was like to live at Rose Hill in the 1800s. Explore the life of the Grahame family on a special candlelight tour, play games, tell stories and sleep in the Manor House (please be sure to pack your own sleeping bag no cots or air mattresses allowed). Nighttime snack by the fire will be provided. Pancakes cooked on hearth will be served for breakfast.

$48/scout April-September (1st weekends only) Friday night 7pm-Saturday morning 9am Booking by Troop - Max. 20 girls & 4 leaders

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Frederick County Parks & Recreation Ballenger Creek Park Your child will have a blast running their very own “triathlon”, and you will have fun cheering them on! Kids will start off pedaling their way through the bike course, then transition to the running portion and conclude with a “swim” (a dash through a water obstacle course) as they head to the finish line to receive their medal. Pre-registration required.

10564 10563

Mighty Tikes (3-5 years) Mighty Kids (5-7 years)

Every participant is REQUIRED to bring a bike or tricycle and a helmet for this event. Each participant will receive an official Mighty Triathlon t-shirt and Medal. Don’t forget to bring your cameras!

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JOIN US ON JUNE 22, 2017

WALKERSVILLE HIGH – POOL

We’re making a huge splash to spread the word that swimming lessons save lives! Don’t miss your chance to partipate in the annual event to help prevent drowning, the second leading cause of injury-related death of children ages 3-14. No registration necessary! Join us at the 10 am-Noon or 2-4 pm lesson. For questions, call 301-600-1666.

Schedule Time

Ages

Time

Ages

10:00 am

3-5 yrs

2:00 pm

12+ yrs

10:30 am

6-8 yrs

2:30 pm

9-11 yrs

11:00 am

9-11 yrs

3:00 pm

6-8 yrs

11:30 am

12+ yrs

3:30 pm

3-5 yrs

JUNIOR LIFEGUARDING CAMP

This fun camp is designed for teens who have an interest in swimming, want to become a future lifeguard, or just want to spend some time in the water. All participants will become American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certified. Stroke development, leadership, and guard shadowing are just a few topics covered. 11-15 yrs / 4 days / $120 Indoor Pool at Walkersville High School For more information and swim lesson descriptions visit: 10444 M-Th 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/17-7/20 10445 M-Th 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/24-7/27 http://bit.ly/rec-aquatics

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SUMMER 2017 SWIM SCHEDULE Walkersville High School Pool

M-F, 6/26-7/7 No Class 7/4

M-Th, 7/10-7/20

Parent & Child Water Discovery (6 mo-3 yrs) $60

11:10-11:40 am (10492)

11:10-11:40 am (10493)

Preschool Lv 1 (3-5 yrs) $70

8-8:30 am (10504)

8-8:30 am (10500) 10:20-10:50 am (10501)

4:30-5 pm (10507) 6-6:30 pm (10508

8-8:30 am (10509)

8-8:30 am (10510) 10:20-10:50 am (10511) 10:20-10:50 am (10512)

4:30-5 pm (10516)

8-8:30 am (10518)

8-8:30 am (10519)

5:10-5:50 pm (10448)

8:40-9:20 am (10449)

8:40-9:20 am (10450)

10:20-11 am (10453)

9:30-10:10:00 AM (10454)

8:40-9:20 am (10463) 9:30-10:10:00 AM (10468) 10:20-11 am (10469)

8:40-9:20 am (10464) 9:30-10:10:00 AM (10465)

8:40-9:20 am (10475) 9:30-10:10:00 AM (10476)

8:40-9:20 am (10477)

9:30-10:10:00 AM (10485)

CLASS

M/W, 6/5-6/28

Preschool Lv 2 (3-5 yrs) $70

6:10-6:40 pm (10506)

Preschool Lv 3 (3-5 yrs) $70

Learn to Swim Lv 1: Intro to Water Skills (5-12 yrs) $70

5-12 yrs

4:30-5:10 pm (11109) 4:30-5:10 pm (10458)

Tu/Th, 6/6-6/29

8-12 yrs

Learn to Swim Lv 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills (5-12 yrs) $70 Learn to Swim Lv 3: Stroke Development (5-12 yrs) $70

5:20-6 pm (10472) 6:50-7:30 pm (10473)

Learn to Swim Lv 4: Stroke Improvement (5-14 yrs) $70

5:20-6 pm (10481) 6:50-7:30 pm (10482)

9:30-10:10:00 AM (10483) 10:20-11 am (10484)

Learn to Swim Lv 5: Stroke Refinement (5-14 yrs) $70

6:50-7:30 pm (10488)

10:20-11 am (10489)

5:10-5:50 pm (10474)

Adult Intermediate (16+ yrs) $70

6:40-7:20 pm (10433)

Adults Learning the Basics (16+ yrs) $70

6:40-7:20 pm (10434)

Location: All classes are held at the Walkersville High School- Indoor Pool Make-up classes will be on Fridays, in case of inclement weather. To see if your program is canceled due to lightning, please call 301-600-6291.

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Summer Camps Arts & Crafts, Sports and More!

CALLING ALL PRINCESSES

Arts & Crafts

ABRAKADOODLE: ART BLAST STEAM CAMP

Calling all boys and girls who have a creative, curious mind and like to explore! Learn about how Science is an inspiration for many artists. Boost your imagination while you play and paint with magnets, explore robotic sculptures and Technology. Develop your Engineering skills and design your dream house! Create Artistic Math puzzles and much more while you ignite your creativity. Join us on the Abrakadoodle STEAM art venture and have a blast while you play games, make new friends, and create art in innovative ways! Additional $40 material fee due on first day. 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $160 Middletown Rec Center 11155 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/19-6/23 Urbana Elementary School 10962 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 Walkersville Rec Center 10959 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10957 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $160 Middletown Rec Center 11156 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/19-6/23 Urbana Elementary School 10963 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 Walkersville Rec Center 10960 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10958 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28

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Get your tiara on and join us for three fun filled days of princess camp. Practice your princess wave, learn a princess dance, and join the royal parade! This camp will include a clay day, a day to paint pottery, a day to explore glass fusing, and the creation of a canvas painting! Campers will also play games, make new friends, and have fun with art! Additional $50 material fee due on first ABRAKADOODLE: day. LET’S GO CAMPING! ART CAMP 5-8 yrs / 3 days / $50 Let’s have camping fun without leaving the art Firehouse Pottery & Arts room! This art camp takes us to an imaginary 11045 W-F 1:00 PM-4:00 PM 7/5-7/7 world where we will hike, build a campfire, create a nature tapestry, and learn about CALLING ALL SPIES wild animals. We will learn all about camping Get your spy gear on! Learn about by mapping our campground, designing fingerprinting, test your spy skills in our our own camping trailer, and “collecting” “laser” obstacle course, make your own spybugs in a jar. We’ll use our imagination and bot and much more! This camp will include explore painting, printing, collage, nature a clay day, a day to paint pottery, and the tapestry, and other art media. We will have creation of a canvas painting! Campers will fun with camping games, creating cool art also play games, make new friends, and have projects, and making new friends - without fun with art! Additional $50 material fee due real mosquitoes! Two curriculum based on first day. projects each day, plus games, music and fun face painting. Please bring a nut free snack. 5-8 yrs / 3 days / $50 Additional $40 material fee due on first day. Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11046 W-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/5-7/7 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $160 Urbana Elementary School CAMP CREATE! 10967 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21 5 DAYS AROUND THE WORLD Walkersville Rec Center Join us at Firehouse Pottery & Arts as we 10965 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 “travel” to five countries and learn about the style of art from each country. We will 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $160 create at least five different pieces of art. Urbana Elementary School Some projects may include a Greek vase, an 10968 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Egyptian mask, an Asian sauce dish or sushi Walkersville Rec Center plate, and much more! Join us as we explore 10966 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 the world through art! Additional $100 material fee due on first day. 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11048 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 7/10-7/14

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CAMP CREATE! ON THE WILD SIDE

HARRY POTTER CAMP

Lion, Tigers, and Bears...oh my! What animals would you like to meet in the woods or in the jungle? Explore at least 5 art mediums, all themed around wild animals! This camp will include a clay day, a day to paint pottery, a day to explore glass fusing, and the creation of a canvas painting! Campers will also play games, make new friends, and have fun with art! Additional $100 material fee due on first day. 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11050 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 7/17-7/21

Expecto Patronum! Do you have your wand ready? At this camp we will make our very own wands. Campers will head to Potions Class where we will explore some chemical reactions, while making kid friendly potions. We will even paint our own potion cups. Once our campers join a “house”, we will create, design and paint our own house coatof-arms on canvas. Additional $100 material fee due on first day. 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11047 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14

FASHIONS, FACES & FLOWERS WORKSHOP

JUNIOR PRINCESS WORKSHOP

FAVORITE APPS & VIDEO GAMES WORKSHOP

Kids love to draw animals! Join us as we learn to draw a variety of animals found at our local zoo. We will draw giraffes, lions, tigers, birds and more. Our final day will result in one large scene of the zoo, divided into several habitats and incorporating the many animal friends we have learned to draw. Pencils, markers, Sharpies and color pencils will be used. 4-6 yrs / 5 days / $129 Deer Crossing Rec Center 10993 M-F 9:30 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28

LEGO® BATMAN CAMP

We have combined two of our favorite camps for a fun week of building and destroying! Join our elite team of builders as we explore the various realms of LEGO® City and Batman. We will work in teams to create new realms and become Master Builders. Campers will create original art with clay, canvas, kid friendly glass, and ceramics. They will also participate in skill building activities such as our super soaker target practice and water ball slingshot target practice! Additional $100 material fee due on first day. 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11049 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

Everybody loves to play dress-up! In this For fashionistas, florists and budding workshop, we will learn to draw ourselves MARVEL-OUS FUN! makeup artists, this Young Rembrandts’ in “glamour” wear. Day 1, we will draw Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Mr. workshop celebrates the beautiful world of accessories including purses, crowns and Incredible... Who is your favorite Super Hero? girls. Every day students will be challenged jewelry. On Day 2, we will draw simple faces Come to Firehouse Pottery & Arts and explore and delighted drawing images that exude with crowns and hats. Day 3 will revisit the projects themed around our Superheroes! femininity and loveliness. Students will draw first two days while we draw figures wearing This camp will include a clay day, a day to paint and color faces, stretch their imaginations fancy gowns with a variety of accessories. pottery, a day to explore glass fusing, and the illustrating whimsical flowers and challenge Step-by-step drawing techniques will insure creation of a canvas painting! Campers will their creativity when tying them all together our success! Pencils, color pencils, markers also play games, make new friends, and have fun with art! Additional $100 material fee due in fanciful settings. Prepare for elegance and a and Sharpies will be used. on first day. heap of drawing excellence! 4-6 yrs / 4 days / $99 Ballenger Creek Community Building 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $145 Firehouse Pottery & Arts Ballenger Creek Community Building 10992 M-Th 9:30 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/13 11043 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 6/26-6/30 10988 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4

JUNIOR ZOO WORKSHOP

Art is all around us, including on phones and online! Join Young Rembrandts for a workshop mimicking the amazing imagery of our Favorite Apps and Video Games! Every day students will learn new illustration and coloring techniques inspired by popular video games. Artwork is inspired by pixel block characters, plants, zombies and many more classic apps and games. If your child loves to game or draw, they’ll have a blast putting their own personal touches on some of these favorites! 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $145 Deer Crossing Rec Center 10989 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30

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OCEAN LIFE ART WORKSHOP

Five, fun-filled days await our students as we explore ocean life and learn to draw and color with pastels. We will create detailed, pastel compositions on each day, focusing on a different ocean-themed subject. We will create eye-catching sea stars along the shoreline, a pair of vibrant clown fish, a sea turtle with bold patterns, a blue crab and a wondrous scene of jellyfish. These pastel drawings will reward students with a great sense of pride and accomplishment. 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $145 Tuscarora Rec Center 10991 M-Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14

STAR WARS

BB8, R2D2, C3PO. What do all these letters mean? Droids of course! Come to Firehouse Pottery & Arts and make your favorite droid out of clay. Design and paint your own Droid creation. Campers will also participate in skill building activities such as our super soaker target practice and water ball slingshot target practice! Additional $100 material fee due on first day. 7+ yrs / 5 days / $80 Firehouse Pottery & Arts 11044 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30

STEAM ARTS CAMP

Combining science with visual and performing arts, kids will explore how things happen in the world around them. Daily nature walks for physical activity. Every day is a new experience. Additional $10 material fee due on first day. 6-9 yrs / 5 days / $200 The Original Playhouse 11150 M-F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 6/26-6/30 11151 M-F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 7/10-7/14 11152 M-F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 8/14-8/18

Chess

SILVER KNIGHTS CHESS CAMP

Spend a week playing and learning about chess. Learn from highly rated professional chess instructors at Silver Knights Chess. Campers are divided into groups by skill level, from beginner through highly rated tournament players. Every camper receives a t-shirt and a tournament-style chess set. Activities include learning openings, tactics and endgames; studying master games; playing games against fellow campers and analyzing student games, along with some WORLD OF DINOSAURS fresh air breaks. Bring a nut-free snack (halfday campers) or lunch (full-day campers) and WORKSHOP Travel back in time to the land of the lost. beverage. Join Young Rembrandts for a workshop HALF DAY celebrating a favorite topic - dinosaurs! Every 5-13 yrs / 5 days / $205 day, students will learn to use pastels to create Centerville Rec Center impressive and frame-worthy art. Artists will 10089 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 draw and color different types of dinosaurs 10090 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 6/26-6/30 in varying artistic styles ranging from realism, Ballenger Creek Community Building graphic and cartoon. Perfect for those who 10138 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/14-8/18 love the ancient world of big lizards! 10093 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 8/14-8/18 6-12 yrs / 5 days / $145 FULL DAY 2 Thurmont Rec Center 5-13 yrs / 5 days / $344 10990 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Centerville Rec Center 10091 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 6/26-6/30
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NEW! TEEN ADVENTURE CAMP 2 A multi-dimensional experience for teens that will introduce youth to a variety of outdoor programs and activities to improve their skills, determination, and self-confidence. Activities such as canoeing, archery, and hiking will keep participants active. The second aspect of the camp will focus on enriching the participants’ knowledge through career exploration, financial management, and social responsibility. There will be guest speakers and field trips throughout the week. 13-15 yrs / $179 Browning Building at Pinecliff Park 10679 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 10678 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

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Chorus

KIDS COOKING CAMP 2

CHILDREN’S CHORUS CAMP: ANIMAL IMAGINATION! 2

Turn off the TV and let’s cook! In this handson camp, kids will explore a variety of foods and expand their cooking knowledge. These camps will cover more advanced cooking skills and techniques, dining etiquette, knife skills and nutrition. Kids will learn nutritious recipes for every meal of the day that they can prepare and serve themselves. 6-9 yrs / 5 days / $140 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10588 M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 6/26-6/30 10592 M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 7/10-7/14 10591 M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 7/31-8/4 9-13 yrs / 5 days / $140 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10587 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 10589 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14 10590 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 10586 M-F 12:30-3:30 PM 8/7-8/11

Campers will learn about endangered species of animals, the threats to these animals and how we can protect them. We will sing songs, play games and do crafts emphasizing the interest in animals. Recreational activities include amazing challenging games, creative art and musical activities inspired by our travels to remote locations where endangered animals live. Camp concludes with a concert performance of songs we have learned on Friday at 2:30 pm. You’ll be amazed by how much fun we can pack into our week! Work with the highly acclaimed staff of The Frederick Children’s Chorus and chorus members. Pack your lunch! Additional $10 material fee due on first day. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $130 Middletown Rec Center MASTER CHEF CAMP 2 10079 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 6/26-6/30 Are you a Master Chef or do you want to Walkersville Rec Center learn how to be one? Show off your skills 10080 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/24-7/28 and learn new techniques at our Master Chef Camp, just like the show we will have Mystery Baskets, Team Challenges, Taste LITTLE HANDS Tests and Judging. These classes are great COOKING MINI-CAMP 2 opportunities for budding chefs to show Enroll your preschooler in this exciting 5 their full potential and break out into the day camp designed to accommodate your culinary scene while whipping up batches of littlest chef! This 2 hour camp will incorporate fun. Have your child let loose and have fun in recipes, age appropriate culinary skills, basic the kitchen, without any of the stresses and nutrition, literature, and movement designed pressure of school. Younger children focus on for the preschool attention span. New story kitchen basics like mixing, measuring, tasting and themed recipes daily! Participants must and safety while having fun in the kitchen. be potty trained. Older chefs learn more independence in the 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $109 kitchen as we focus on advanced techniques, Ballenger Creek Community Building challenges, blind taste tests and more. 10562 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 6/19-6/23 6-9 yrs / 5 days / $140 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10684 M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 7/17-7/21 10683 M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 7/24-7/28 9-13 yrs / 5 days / $140 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10681 M-F 9:00-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

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Dance

CREATIVE DANCE

What’s your super power? Children are invited to join Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko with Equinox Dance Company as we use dance, creative movement, and play to go on adventures, solve mysteries, and learn valuable lessons. This camp is open to all children who love to move! On Friday, guests are welcome to see a free production of dances learned throughout the week. 3-6 yrs / 5 days / $109 Walkersville Rec Center 10182 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/19-6/23 Emmitsburg Community Center 10964 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28

PLIÉS & PRINCESSES DANCE CAMP

Join us for a fun filled week full of princesses and ballet basics! Campers will experience crafts, games and dance choreography and a take part in a mini performance at the end of our week of camp. 4-5 yrs / 4 days / $90 To the Pointe Studio of Dance 10690 M-Th 9:30 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/29 10691 M-Th 9:30 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/13 10692 M-Th 9:30 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/3

FROZEN DANCE CAMP

Still not ready to “Let It Go”? We weren’t either which is why we made this fun filled Frozen Ballet Camp. We will dance, make crafts, including an Olaf Snow globe, enjoy story time and make a special Frozen Magic Icicle Wand to take home. Dancers can dress up in their favorite Frozen character costume and dance along with a real live Elsa. Dancers should bring a healthy snack and drink. Additional $20 material fee due on first day. 3-6 yrs / 5 days / $95 Spring Ridge Dance Center 10999 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14

PRINCESS DANCE CAMP

Excite and capture the imagination of your young dancer with our week long Princess Dance Camp. Dancers will learn basic ballet, creative movement, play dance games, and enjoy our Rapunzel obstacle course. Cinderella crowns, fairy wands and ribbons will make this a very special camp for your child. A different Princess will visit and dance with the little Princesses every day. Dancers should bring a healthy snack and drink. Additional $20 material fee due on first day. 3-6 yrs / 5 days / $95 Spring Ridge Dance Center 11000 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

HIP-HOP DANCE CAMP

Learn to express yourself through music and dance, using the dynamic dance style of hip hop. Hip Hop dance is a form of CAMP YES U CAN! 2 dance that focuses on the hip hop culture, This is a full day camp for children with music, attitude, style and funk. Learn the CHRONIC ASTHMA, providing them with a latest hip hop moves taught in a gentle, yet camp experience designed for their special challenging format. Focus will be placed needs. Campers will to understand how on hip hop technique, style, and building asthma affects them; learn how to manage choreography blocks. A high energy dance their disease; learn how to recognize and sequence will be created that is fun, funky, avoid attacks triggers; to know when and and great exercise too. No previous dance how to take their medications; to improve experience necessary; each movement will their self management skills. For Financial be taught step-by-step. Dancers should bring Assistance, please call Martha Gurzick @ 240a healthy snack and drink. Additional $20 566-3165. 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $139 material fee due on first day. Lincoln Rec Center (Lincoln Elementary) 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $95 9926 M-F 7:00 AM-6:00 PM 7/10-7/14 Spring Ridge Dance Center 11001 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28

Health

Martial Arts KARATE CAMP

A fun filled week of introduction to Ochuno Shorin Ryu Karate. Your child will learn basic strikes, punches kicks, blocks, falls and coordination. Taught in a semi informal, friendly way with repetition through various games. Bring a nutritious snack and drink for break time. Additional $20 material fee due on first day. 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $95 Spring Ridge Dance Center 11003 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/11

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KRAV MAGA

Build confidence, strength, coordination, balance, and self defense in the simplest and most fun way. Get bully defense and fun fitness. Bring a nutritious snack and drink for break time. Additional $20 material fee due on first day. 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $95 Spring Ridge Dance Center 11004 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/14-8/18

Science & Discovery CLUB SCIENTIFIC & KIDZART 2

Camp will include science labs, team building, science skills, an outdoor activity and science/art. Movie/snack time daily. T-shirt Included. Bring a peanut free lunch and snacks. 5-10 yrs / 5 days / $165 +$90 material fee due on first day

LET’S MIX THINGS UP!

Thurmont Rec Center 11128 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 6/26-6/30

RECYCLE SCIENCE

Kaufman House at Fountain Rock Park 11134 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 8/28-9/1 5-10 yrs / 5 days / $185 +$90 material fee due on first day

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Myersville Municipal Center 11127 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 6/19-6/23 Tuscarora Rec Center 11132 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/24-7/28

PIRATE COVE

Urbana Elementary 11130 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/10-7/14

COSMOS

Green Valley Elementary School 11131 M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM 7/17-7/21 10-15 yrs / 5 days / $185 +$90 material fee due on first day

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JUNIORS CODERS CAMP: CODING FOR KIDS

Become a kid who can code! Create your own code to solve puzzles, navigate mazes, and design computer games. Learn how to create, test and debug algorithms using a fun mix of plugged and unplugged activities. We use a Code.org curriculum and the Blockly programming language in this STEM camp. 7-12 yrs / 5 days / $295 Ballenger Creek Community Building PLATFORM GAMES 10186 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/19-6/23 Oakdale Middle School 11037 M-Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/29

ROCKETS AND ROVERS: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

Campers will explore engineering through collaborative, hands-on activities using the Engineering Design Process (Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve). In this camp, they’ll design, build, and test rockets and rovers to explore the planets and moons of the solar system! Learn about the trade-offs and variables involved in making rockets and have a blast! At the end of the camp, each child receives a T-shirt. 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $249 Tuscarora Rec Center 10140 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

9-13 yrs /4 days / $150

TOWER DEFENSE

Centerville Rec Center 11039 M-Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/13 8-13 yrs / 5 days / $175

RACING GAME

JEI Math and Reading Center 11041 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/24-7/28

INVADER DEFENSE

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HOP TO IT: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Campers will explore engineering through collaborative, hands-on activities using the Engineering Design Process (Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve). In this camp, we’ll learn about invasive species like the cane toad -- what they are, why they’re bad for native species, and how to engineer a series of humane traps to catch them! At the end of the camp, each child receives a T-shirt. 7-11 yrs / 5 days / $249 Kaufman House at Fountain Rock Park 10142 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/21-8/25

Camps for Adults FIT U BOOT CAMP Lose weight, increase cardiovascular fitness and increase muscular strength more efficiently. 18+ yrs / 11 classes / $150 Mount Airy Performing Arts Center 11153 Su, 8:00-9:00 AM 6/4-8/13

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ELECTRONIC GAME DESIGN

Students will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. Whether students wish to fire marshmallows or missiles, they build a complete video game from start to finish. They’ll program characters to survive a wave of enemy attacks in order to reach the next level. At the end of the class, students take home a copy of the game they created. 8-13 yrs /4 days / $150

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CRAFTING HISTORY Explore traditional crafts and the history of basket weaving, broom making, blacksmithing, and spinning. 50 + yrs / 3 classes / $45 Rose Hill Manor Park 10852 W-F, 1:00-3:00 PM 7/5-7/7

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LEGO Camps

SPACE ADVENTURE CAMP

Inspired by NASA and Star Wars, this camp JUNIOR ROBOTICS is packed full of models that will make your A perfect mixture of fun and learning, imagination blast off! Campers will learn using LEGO® WeDo Robots. Students build every day about real-life space exploration characters base on each theme below. They and build models related to the NASA space also learn how to program and operate program. In Addition, the day includes LEGO® Star Wars themed models, group their creations using a laptop computer. games, challenges, and more. Bricks 4 Kidz 5-7 yrs / 4 days / $150 Space Adventure camp provides the spark WILD ANIMALS for imagination and creativity to take off on Oakdale Middle School an adventure that’s out of this world! 11038 M-Th 1:00-4:00 PM 6/26-6/29 5-11 yrs / 4 days / $108 STAR WARS Walkersville Rec Center Centerville Rec Center 11033 M-Th 1:00-4:00 PM 8/7-8/10 11040 M-Th 1:00-4:00 PM 7/10-7/13 5-7 yrs /5 days / $175

MACHINES

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POCKET BRICK MONSTERS CAMP

Capture wild Pokemon creatures and train them for battle. Tap into your inner engineer as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Pokeballs, and more with LEGO® Bricks. Bring your own Pokemon trading cards if you wish to play and trade at the end of each day. Show off your skills as you battle for power in your journey through the Pokemon universe. 5-11 yrs / 4 days / $108 Walkersville Rec Center 11036 M-Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/10

SUPER HERO ACADEMY CAMP

Spend a whole Bricks 4 Kidz week building Super Heroes with LEGO® Bricks. Explore all the caped crusaders and discover their super powers. Create a fantasy world and protect it against all the evil arch enemies with custom contraptions made with LEGO® Bricks. At the end of the week, all super hero campers will go home with a custom mini figure! 5-11 yrs / 4 days / $108 Walkersville Rec Center 11030 M-Th 1:00-4:00 PM 7/17-7/20

WORLDS OF AMUSEMENT CAMP

Build amusement park themed models with LEGO® Bricks. Spend time visiting the Wizard World by building your favorite wizard and his magical owl! Build and give JUMP & BUILD your despicable yellow movie characters Kids will get their wiggles out by bouncing, a thrilling roller coaster ride! Get your jumping, and playing on our gigantic amusement park ticket stamped as you inflatables. Then, they’ll boost their creativity turn games, food, rides, and attractions into and inspire their imaginations with themed exciting model builds! LEGO® activities. After care is available. 5-11 yrs / 4 days / $108 Please call 301-620-2166 for details. Walkersville Rec Center 5-10 yrs / 5 days / $150 11029 M-Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/20 Pump It Up of Frederick CARTOON WORLD SNAP MINECRAFT BASIC 10995 M-F 9:00 AM-12:30 PM 7/10-7/14 Travel to the Nether with Snapology, but MINERS & CRAFTERS watch out for those creepers! Come join us as 10996 M-F 9:00 AM-12:30 PM 7/17-7/21 we bring Minecraft to life using LEGO® bricks. SUPER HERO ACADEMY Create your own world, including animals, 10997 M-F 9:00 AM-12:30 PM 7/24-7/28 creepers and your very own LEGO® Minecraft character. GALAXIES FAR AWAY 10998 M-F 9:00 AM-12:30 PM 7/31-8/4 5-10 yrs / 4 days / $109 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10953 M-Th 1:00-4:00 PM 7/10-7/13

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Is your child ready to go to the next level of Minecraft LEGO® play? Snapology’s Minecraft Level II & III programs are a step up from Level I, involving more technical and advanced Minecraft building and play. 5-10 yrs / 4 days / $109 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10955 M-Th 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 7/17-7/20

SNAP SUPERHEROES

To the Batcave! Design your own superhero using LEGO® bricks, create your own adventure and comic strip. Have a blast as you create your own fantasy world of superheroes. What kind of super powers do you have? 6-10 yrs / 5 days / $109 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10987 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 6/26-6/30

COMBAT ROBOTS

Do you think you can build the strongest and most agile robot? Can your robot win a head-to-head combat mission? Come learn engineering strategies for building sturdy structures using LEGO® bricks and then apply that knowledge to build a robot for friendly competition. You’ll have a blast as you play robot football and complete the hoop challenge in this fun robotics program. 7-13 yrs / 5 days / $129 Ballenger Creek Community Building 10954 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/11

EV3 ROBOTICS: OLYMPICS

During the LEGO® Robotics Olympics classes, students design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events such as a sprinting in a race, throwing a basketball, and shooting a puck into a hockey goal. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. 8-13 yrs /5 days / $175 JEI Math and Reading Center 11042 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 7/24-7/28

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Superhero Camps SUPERHERO CAMP

TINY SLUGGERS MINI CAMP

Designed for little tikes to begin learning the fundamentals of tee-ball and teamwork in a fun, social setting. Mini skill stations and small games will keep them engaged and having fun. Bring a glove for this program. 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $74 Ballenger Creek Park 10574 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 7/17-7/21 Utica District Park 10575 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 7/24-7/28

If your Superhero enjoys jumping, rolling, kicking and tumbling, then this is the camp for them. Every day we will focus on a different Superhero character including Batman, Spiderman, TMNT and many more. Tumbling activities and Superhero training games are included. The camp ends with a Superhero themed craft. Fee includes a Superhero Cape to fight baddies at home. Remember that Superheroes are BOYS AND GIRLS. Crime fighter’s should bring a healthy Basketball snack and drink. Additional $20 material fee FIVE-STAR BASKETBALL CAMP due on first day. Learn the fundamental skills of ball handling, 3-6 yrs / 5 days / $95 shooting, offense, defense, rebounding and Spring Ridge Dance Center station drills. Each activity develops your 11002 M-F 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 basketball skills to improve performance and make you a better player. Camp is offered in conjunction with the Five-Star Foundation. Camp Directors are current or former High Baseball School and College coaches. BALL DIAMOND DYNAMICS 8-14 yrs / 5 days / $140

Sports Camps (BOYS BASEBALL)

Launch your agility, field skills and overall game preparation. This clinic is great for rookie players to learn fundamentals and for experienced players to polish their skills. Participants are required to bring their own glove; all other equipment provided. Bring your own equipment if preferred. Water bottle and a small snack are recommended. 7-14 yrs / 5 days / $74 Urbana District Park 10855 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28

BALL DIAMOND DYNAMICS (GIRLS SOFTBALL)

Launch your agility, field skills and overall game preparation. These clinics are great for rookie players to learn fundamentals and for experienced players to polish their skills. Participants are required to bring their own glove; all other equipment provided. Bring your own equipment if preferred. Water bottle and a small snack are recommended. 7-14 yrs / 5 days / $74 Urbana District Park 10856 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28

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HALF DAY

BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENT 2

During this new full day basketball camp, participants will learn and develop dribbling, passing, shooting, offense/defense, rebounding, rules and positive sportsmanship. Mini basketball games and skill contents will also be included to help build confidence and strengthen experience. All skill levels are welcome and each camper will a receive a team t-shirt. 8-12 yrs / 5 days / $139 Tuscarora Rec Center 10941 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 8/7-8/11 Walkersville Rec Center 10940 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/3-7/7

Baton/Cheer

CHEERLEADING CLINIC

Get a head start on making the team. This lively and impressive cheerleading program is for the beginner and intermediate cheerleader. Participants will learn proper motions, cheers, stunts, tumbling and dance that go into making a cheer squad. There will be a performance on Fridays for families to watch the athletes. Info will be available the 6/26-6/30 first day of camp. Friday is the only day that 7/24-7/28 parents may stay to watch. 4-13 yrs / 5 days / $94 7/31-8/4 Centerville Rec Center 11120 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/3-7/7 7/17-7/21

Centerville Rec Center 10627 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 10635 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Deer Crossing Rec Center 10637 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Middletown Rec Center 10633 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Tuscarora Rec Center 10631 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14

FULL DAY 2

8-14 yrs / 5 days / $220 Centerville Rec Center 10628 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 6/26-6/30 10636 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/24-7/28 Deer Crossing Rec Center 10638 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/31-8/4 Middletown Rec Center 10634 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Tuscarora Rec Center 10632 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 7/10-7/14

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FALL 2017

Sports Leagues MLB Tee Ball (4-6 yrs) MLB Coach Pitch League (6-8 yrs) Ballenger Creek and Utica Parks and Deer Crossing Rec Center Sundays, 9/17-11/5 • 12-4 PM Registration deadline: Wed., 8/23 CO-ED Flag Football (18+ yrs) Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park Tuesdays, 9/5-11/7 • 7-10 PM Registration deadline: Fri., 8/25 NFL Youth Flag Football (5-17 yrs) Ballenger Creek, Urbana District and Utica Parks Saturdays, 9/9-10/28 • 9 AM-4 PM Early registration deadline: Wed., 8/2 Registration deadline: Wed., 8/16

BATON, CHEER & POMS

This camp will build skills and highlight spirit and teamwork in 4 different areas: baton twirling, poms, cheerleading and dance. This camp is geared for all levels of athletes! Campers will choreograph routines to contemporary music to enhance coordination, poise, and develop confidence. These routines will be demonstrated to friends and family at the end of the week at our Thursday showcase. Batons may be borrowed during camp or purchased from instructor for $20 (optional expense). Additional $22 material fee will be collected on the first day of camp for T-Shirt and Poms. 7-11 yrs / 4 days / $84 Deer Crossing Rec Center 10719 M-Th 4:30-7:30 PM 6/26-6/29

NEW! Field Hockey League (grades 5-8) Weekly practices at Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park; weekly games at Urbana High School Starting in September (dates/times TBA) Registration deadline: Fri., 8/11 Frederick County Women’s Soccer (18+ yrs) Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park Thursdays, 9/7-11/9 • 6-10 PM Registration deadline: Fri., 8/25 Monocacy Youth Soccer League (5-14 yrs) Glade Elementary, Old National Pike and Urbana District Parks Saturdays, 9/16-11/4 • 9 AM-4 PM Registration deadline: Wed., 8/23

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Football

NFL FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP

Children will be broken down into age appropriate groups and work on a variety of fundamentals and skills through drills, mini games and scrimmages. This camp is a great introduction for beginners while providing a chance for intermediates to work on their skills. This is a minimal to non-contact camp. We will provide your child with a mouth guard at the 1st session. Pads are not worn for any of these camps; shorts and breathable tees are a must. Cleats are not required; participants must wear athletic shoes and bring a light snack and water bottle. 7-14 yrs / 5 days / $74 Old National Pike Park 10870 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21 Utica District Park 10871 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28 Urbana District Park 10873 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/31-8/4 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10872 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 8/7-8/11

Field Hockey

Gymnastics

This camp will focus on stick work, passing, shooting, and offensive/defensive (marking) techniques. Experienced and personable coaches will ensure your child has a great experience here. They are dedicated to developing beginners and also challenging experienced players. Required equipment: stick, shin guards, mouth guard and protective eye wear. 6-17 yrs / 5 days / $74 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10865 M-F 8:30-11:00 AM 7/31-8/4

This powerful and exciting program is for the beginner to advanced tumbler. Students will be taught cartwheels, roundoffs, back handsprings, back tucks, aerials and more. Participants are grouped by skill level. Parents are not allowed to wait in the gym during the camp time. 4-17 yrs / 5 days / $94 Deer Crossing Rec Center 11119 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

FIELD HOCKEY CAMP

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PERFECT BALANCE GYMNASTICS 2

Students will work on skills using the beam, bars, floor and spring board. Participants are grouped by age and appropriate skill level. Parents are not allowed to stay in the gym for the 3 hour period. For the beginner to intermediate gymnast. 4-13 yrs / 5 days / $95 Tuscarora Rec Center 11115 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 Middletown Rec Center 11116 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/3-7/7 Centerville Rec Center 11117 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/10-7/14 Deer Crossing Rec Center 11118 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

Lacrosse

BREAKAWAY LACROSSE CAMP

Experienced lacrosse coaches will provide instruction covering stick-work, ground balls, shooting/passing and offensive/ defensive concepts. Participants will learn and enhance basic fundamental skills through drills and simulated game play. All participants are required to provide their own equipment, see below. 7-14 yrs / 5 days / $74

BOYS

Boys required equipment: lax helmet, lax stick, shoulder/arm/elbow pads, gloves and athletic shoes/cleats. Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10857 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/10-7/14 Old National Pike Park 10859 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28 Urbana District Park 10860 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21

LACROSSE SCOOPERS

Geared toward children who have not played lacrosse yet or are just beginning. Skill stations, small games and scrimmages will help them learn basic fundamentals in a fun team environment! Children will work on scooping, cradling, and shooting. No equipment is required. Fee includes a T-shirt. Wear weather appropriate clothing and bring a water bottle! 5-7 yrs / 5 days / $74 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10866 M-F 8:15-10:15 AM 6/26-6/30 10867 M-F 8:15-10:15 AM 7/24-7/28

LITTLE STICKS LACROSSE

Skill stations and small games will help little tikes get comfortable with a lacrosse stick, including scooping, cradling, and shooting in a fun team environment! Teamwork and fundamental motor skills are included in this program and designed specifically for this age level. Fee includes a T-shirt. Parent participation may be required for some activities. Wear weather appropriate clothing and bring a water bottle! 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $74 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10868 M-F 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 6/26-6/30 10869 M-F 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 7/24-7/28

Multi-Sports

SPORTS DISCOVERY CAMP

Help your little athlete discover a variety of sports through drills and games. This program will teach fundamental motor skills such as throwing, kicking and catching. Tee ball, soccer and basketball skill stations will keep your child active for the duration. GIRLS Girls required equipment: girls lax stick, 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $74 protective lax eye wear, mouth guard, athletic Thurmont Rec Center clothing and footwear. 10572 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 7/3-7/7 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park Tuscarora Rec Center 10861 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/10-7/14 10573 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 7/31-8/4 Old National Pike Park 10863 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/24-7/28 Urbana District Park 10864 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21

UK ELITE INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CAMP 2

Come join U.K. Elite’s international coaching staff and learn a variety of different and new sports, such as soccer, rugby, cricket, handball and badminton as well as some familiar favorites like basketball, lacrosse, tennis and ultimate Frisbee. 7-14 yrs / 5 days / $275 Deer Crossing Rec Center 10912 M-F 8:30 AM-4:30 PM 6/26-6/30

Rugby

CHALLENGER ROOKIE RUGBY CAMP

Campers practice and play a form of flag rugby. It is a fun, safe, team game that develops a range of ball handling, running, and evasion skills. Participants learn the importance of teamwork and respect for opponents, coaches, and referees, winch are key elements of all athletic endeavors. Our Rookie Rugby Camps are coed so the girls get to compete with the boys. A noncontact camp. 6-14 yrs / 5 days / $160 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 10911 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/14-8/18

Running

VECTOR ELITE YOUTH TRACK & FIELD SUMMER CLINICS

An introduction to the sport of track and field. Instructed and led by Frederick’s own Vector Elite Track Club coaches. Youth participants are introduced to physical fitness through basic track and field events such as running (distance and sprinting), jumping (long jump, hurdles), and throwing (discus/shot). Local and experienced Vector Coaches will modify activities and exercises based on the abilities of each participant. The camp will focus on fundamental movements, sport specific language and injury prevention. Participants will receive a t-shirt. Please bring a water bottle and wear weather appropriate athletic gear and athletic shoes. 7-17 yrs / 5 days / $150 Ballenger Creek Park 10395 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/26-6/30 10396 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

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1ST KICKS SOCCER MINI CAMP

Preschoolers will gain experience in soccer, teamwork, and fundamental motor-skills in this 5-day camp designed just for them. Skill stations, small games and scrimmages will help them get comfortable with a soccer ball all while having fun and making new friends! Shin guards are not required but recommended. Wear weather appropriate clothing. Participants must be potty trained. 3-5 yrs / 5 days / $74 Ballenger Creek Park 10559 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 6/26-6/30 Old National Pike Park 10560 M-F 9:00-11:00 AM 7/10-7/14

CHALLENGER BRITISH SOCCER CAMP

Gain technical and tactical instruction in all areas of the game. Emphasis is placed upon individual skill development and fundamental tactical awareness through our coaching mix of maximum participation, progressive practices and small-sided games.

MINI

3-5 yrs / 5 days / $119 Ballenger Creek Park 10907 M-F 8:15-9:00 AM 10909 M-F 8:15-9:00 AM Urbana Community Park 10908 M-F 8:15-9:00 AM

HALF DAY

6-16 yrs / 5 days / $179 Ballenger Creek Park 10850 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 10851 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM Old National Pike Park 10848 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 10849 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM Urbana Community Park 10846 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 10847 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM

FULL DAY 2

6-16 yrs / 5 days / $247 Ballenger Creek Park 10904 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Old National Pike Park 10905 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Urbana Community Park 10906 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

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SOCCER SOURCE 360 CAMP

Participants range from beginners to advance travel players. Groups are divided by age and ability. Coaches insure player development by using rapid training techniques that allow for quality repetition to form good habits for each skill. An overall emphasis of fun is developed with enthusiasm, dynamic activities, and goal setting. Fee includes a shirt.

JUNIORS

3-5 yrs / 5 days / $130 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 11189 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 6/12-6/16 10932 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 8/28-9/1 Thurmont Rec Center 10931 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 7/17-7/21 Urbana District Park 10930 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 8/21-8/25 Utica District Park 10929 M-F 10:00-11:30 AM 6/19-6/23

HALF DAY

5-14 yrs / 5 days / $170 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 11190 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/12-6/16 10919 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/28-9/1 11187 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 6/12-6/16 10928 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 8/28-9/1 Thurmont Rec Center 10921 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21 10927 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Urbana District Park 10922 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/21-8/25 10926 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 8/21-8/25 Utica District Park 10923 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 6/19-6/23 10925 M-F 1:00-4:00 PM 6/19-6/23

FULL DAY 2

7-14 yrs / 5 days / $245 Foreman Field at Ballenger Creek Park 11188 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 6/12-6/16 10918 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 8/28-9/1 Thurmont Rec Center 10916 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Urbana District Park 10917 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 8/21-8/25 Utica District Park 10915 M-F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM 6/19-6/23

UK ELITE SOCCER CAMP

Action packed camps that are designed to promote learning of techniques and skills focusing on the individual player. Participants (5-8 yrs) will include mass games, structured practices and World Cup Tournaments ensuring maximum participation and fun. Participants (9-14 yrs) are introduced to advanced technical skills and develop an understanding of individual and group tactics. Our professional coaches will ensure players have a memorable experience and improve their technical skills and tactical understanding of the game. Players will receive a UK Elite and FCPR Camp T-shirt and detailed player evaluation.

HALF DAY

5-8 yrs / 5 days / $170 Ballenger Creek Park 10878 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 Urbana District Park 10884 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21 Old National Pike Park 10885 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/11 9-14 yrs / 5 days / $170 Ballenger Creek Park 10879 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/31-8/4 Old National Pike Park 10883 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 8/7-8/11 Urbana District Park 10886 M-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 7/17-7/21

FULL DAY 2

7-8 yrs / 5 days / $225 Ballenger Creek Park 10896 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Old National Pike Park 10888 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Urbana District Park 10892 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM 9-14 yrs / 5 days / $225 Ballenger Creek Park 10890 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Old National Pike Park 10894 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Urbana District Park 10887 M-F 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

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Tennis

Develop the proper form needed to play at your desired level. Players of all ability levels can learn and improve skills and techniques needed to enjoy tennis. After the lesson and match play, cool off with a daily recreational dip at the Walkersville High School pool. Please provide lunch and plenty of water for your camper. Friday will be used for a makeup/rain date. 8-12 yrs / 4 days / $139 Walkersville High School 10920 M-Th 9:00 AM-2:00 PM 7/10-7/13 10924 M-Th 9:00 AM-2:00 PM 7/24-7/27

PEE WEE TENNIS

MONOCACY RIVER GUIDED PADDLE TRIPS

Smaller rackets, foam balls, and a smaller court make this the right class for you to learn the game. All equipment is provided for this fun and enjoyable program. This camp will $69 per canoe run Monday through Thursday. Friday will be used for a make-up/rain date. Participants must be ages 6+ 6-8 yrs / 4 days / $29 11210 Sa 9:00 am-approx. 3:00 pm 7/8 11211 Sa 9:00 am-approx. 3:00 pm 7/9 Ballenger Creek Middle School 10934 M-Th 5:30-6:30 PM 7/31-8/3 registration deadline: 7/3 Linganore High School 10935 M-Th 5:30-6:30 PM 7/24-7/27 Middletown Middle School 10936 M-Th 5:30-6:30 PM 6/26-6/29 10939 M-Th 8:00-9:00 AM 7/17-7/20 Volleyball BEACH VOLLEYBALL Urbana Community Park 10938 M-Th 8:00-9:00 AM 7/31-8/3 FOR BEGINNERS 10937 M-Th 5:30-6:30 PM 7/17-7/20 Taught by local High School coaches, this camp will teach you how to correctly serve, pass, set and hit a volleyball during sand play. You will TENNIS INSTRUCTION also learn how to play doubles volleyball on This program is designed to accommodate a sand court. This camp is suitable for those each participant’s level of skill and with little or no experience. Participants are knowledge of the sport. Classes will run Monday through Thursday for one week. organized by age and ability. 7-16 yrs / 5 days / $79 Friday will be used for a make-up/rain date. Utica District Park GO GET IT: BEGINNER 9-12 yrs / 4 days / $29 10961 M-F 8:30-11:30 AM 6/19-6/23 VOLLEYBALL DEVELOPMENT Ballenger Creek Middle School Designed to educate and prepare you for the 10979 M-Th 6:45-7:45 PM 7/31-8/3 game, this clinic introduces the basic passing, GO GET IT: Linganore High School setting, hitting and serving. Defense and 10980 M-Th 6:45-7:45 PM 7/24-7/27 ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL court positioning are included to provide all 10981 M-Th 5:30-6:30 PM 8/7-8/10 Designed for those with high school or club around team and game play instruction. This volleyball experience. The class focuses Middletown Middle School camp is suitable for those with little or no 10982 M-Th 6:45-7:45 PM 6/26-6/29 on high level offensive and defensive prior volleyball experience. 10983 M-Th 9:15-10:15 AM 7/17-7/20 strategies needed for high school and college volleyball. The focus will be on 10-14 yrs / 4 days / $60 Urbana Community Park implementing advanced skills into actual Centerville Rec Center 10984 M-Th 9:15-10:15 AM 7/31-8/3 game play. Come out to work hard and have 10685 M, W-F 6:00-9:00 PM 7/3-7/7 10985 M-Th 6:45-7:45 PM 7/17-7/20 fun playing volleyball! 14-18 yrs / 5 days / $74 10-14 yrs / 5 days / $74 10-14 yrs / 4 days / $29 Centerville Rec Center Centerville Rec Center Linganore High School 10689 M-F 6:00-9:00 PM 7/31-8/4 10687 M-F 6:00-9:00 PM 7/24-7/28 10986 M-Th 6:45-7:45 PM 8/7-8/10

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GO GET IT: INTERMEDIATE VOLLEYBALL

Builds on basic skills and introduces advanced offensive and defensive techniques. Must have completed a Beginner “Go Get it” clinic/camp or have club/high school experience. 10-16 yrs / 5 days / $74 Centerville Rec Center 10686 M-F 6:00-9:00 PM 7/10-7/14 10688 M-F 6:00-9:00 PM 7/24-7/28

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SUMMER FUN PROGRAM FINDER

MARTIAL ARTS • Aikido • Jodo

PROGRAMS ART • Art Clinics with Dorothea • Fashion, Faces & Flowers • Firehouse Pottery • KidzArt • Young Rembrandts LEAGUES • Men’s 16+ Pick Up Lacrosse • Youth Flag Football

COOKING • Baking for Kids • Cooking for Teens • Cooking with Herbs • Date Night • Easy Picnic Foods • Italian Cooking • Cooking for Kids • Princesses in the Kitchen • Tour of the World HISTORY • Clue: WWII Mystery • Crafting History • First Friday Fun • Herbal Scents • Mommy & Me

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ENRICHMENT • A Night in the Museum • Club Scientific • Engineering • Coding for Kids • Let’s Move • Babysitting • Saturday Storytime FITNESS • Adult Ballet and Tap • Barre • Butt & Gut • Cardio Tennis • Fit U Boot Camp • Hiit It • Speed & Athletic Performance Training • Spin & Circuit • Yoga • Zumba • 50+ Active Adults

NATURE PROGRAMS • Babes in the Woods • Bird Walk • Family Campfires • Cave Exploration • Family Fishing • Family Float • Friends with Nature • I Can Camp! • I Love Nature • Junior Naturalist • Little Sprouts • Nature Pals • Outdoor Skills SPORTS • Archery • Men’s Basketball Tournament • Beach Volleyball • Rugby • Soccer • Tennis • Adult Soccer Tournaments

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WWII WEEKEND AUGUST 19TH & 20TH 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

SATURDAY AUGUST 19TH: Antique car show from 11:00 am 4:00 pm with the Francis Scott Key Car Club! WWII living history.

SUNDAY AUGUST 20TH: Discover World War II heritage with WWII living historians.

ROSE HILL MANOR PARK 1611 North Market Street Frederick, MD 21701

ALL AGES / FREE

 osts vary for food  C and museum tours

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5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER! 1) Online at www.recreater.com 2) Mail completed registration form with your check (payable to Frederick County Treasurer) to: Frederick County Parks &  Recreation, C/O Registration, 355 Montevue Lane, Suite 100, Frederick, MD 21702. 3) Walk-in with your completed registration form and your cash, check (payable to Frederick County Treasurer), or credit card information to: Frederick County Parks & Recreation, 355 Montevue Lane, Suite 100, 8:00 am-4:00 pm weekdays. 4) Call 301-600-2936 and please have your completed registration form and credit card number ready 5) Fax completed registration form to: Frederick County Parks & Recreation, 301-600-2595.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • REGISTER EARLY: Early program registration is encouraged since roster size is limited. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Preregistration required unless otherwise indicated. REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION: Confirmation sent via e-mail, otherwise your cancelled check or credit card statement is your receipt. You will be notified if there is a problem processing your registration or if the program is cancelled. Please make a note of your program start date. REFUND POLICY: Our refund policy encourages early decisions, so as to not affect other customers or our ability to deliver efficient programs. All requests for refunds must be made at least 10 business days prior to the start of the program. A 20% administrative fee will be charged per refund transaction. Registrations that require advanced tickets are not refundable. Refunds for Sport League registrations must be made prior to the listed league registration deadline. There are no refunds for missed sessions. See policy for summer camp deposits on page 4. PROGRAM CREDITS/TRANSFERS: To avoid administrative fees, a customer may transfer into another program with no additional fee. A credit may also be kept on the customer account at no additional charge. Requests for both credits and transfers can only be made 5 or more business days prior to the program start date. There are no refunds of credits. RETURNED CHECKS: A $25 fee will be charged for checks returned for non-payment. AGE POLICY: Program participants must be the advertised age for a program before the program ends. All age requirements are set to benefit the participants and to make the instruction consistent and safe. DISCIPLINE: The Division has a discipline policy for program participants. In the event the participant is asked to leave a program/facility, no refund will be issued.

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Registration Form Frederick County Parks and Recreation 355 Montevue Ln, Suite 100 Frederick, Maryland 21702 Phone: 301-600-2936 • Fax: 301-600-2595

Full Name of Payee Address City State Zip Code Home Phone Work Phone E-mail Address (for program updates and cancellations) Emergency Contact’s Name Emergency Phone

PROGRAM REGISTRATION: Participant’s Name

Gender

D.O.B.

Program Name

Program #

Confirmation is sent via e-mail for online registrations. Otherwise we only notify you if there is a problem or change. Therefore, if it is almost time for your program and you have not heard from us...that’s good news.

Fee

Total Fee

Medical Condition: Medical conditions (including allergies) if applicable Name of participant listed above with Medical Condition

METHOD OF PAYMENT: o o

Cash Check or money order enclosed (Make checks payable to Frederick County Treasurer) Check # ___________ To register by credit card, please go to www.recreater.com or call our main office at 301-600-2936

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Waiver of Liability: By my signature below, I acknowledge that there are inherent risks and dangers associated with recreation program(s) and therefore, I hold Frederick County, Maryland harmless from all claims for injuries, damage, or loss which may result from me or my child’s participation in the program/s listed above. Further, in compliance with Maryland HB 858 and SB 771, I hereby acknowledge that I understand the risks of concussions in sports and am aware of the concussion information which is found at www.recreater.com Discipline Policy: I understand that the Division has a discipline policy regarding conduct in recreation programs and facilities. In the event that I/my child is asked to leave a program/facility, I understand that the registration fee will not be refunded to me. Authorization for use of Photographic Likeness: I agree to allow Frederick County Parks and Recreation to take and utilize photos, slides, and video images of the above registered individual(s) for the purpose of promotion and publicizing of the Division’s programs and/or events. o Yes o No

Signature: ___________________________________________________________ Date: _____________________ (Parent /Guardian’s signature if participant is under 18 years of age)

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FREDERICK COUNTY DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION 355 Montevue Lane, Suite 100 Frederick, MD 21702

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Go for the Green!

July 10-14 ı 7am-6pm Lincoln Recreation Center 250 Madison St, Frederick MD A day camp for children 7-11 years old with chronic asthma. Campers learn about their asthma while participating in recreation. Camp YesUCan goals are: Understand how asthma affects them Learn how to manage their disease Recognize and avoid attack triggers When and how to take their meds Improve their self management skills

Space is limited – Register today! 301-600-2936 ı recreater.com Camp YesUCan is supervised by a team of skilled pediatric nurses, respiratory therapists, and certified asthma educators, all with experience in care with children with asthma.

Camp YesUCan is brought to you by Frederick Memorial Hospital, Asian American Center, The City of Frederick Recreation, Frederick County Parks & Recreation and Docs in the Park.

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