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Program Directory

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Calendars PAGE 44

List of

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June 2 – August 15 For Children entering K- to 8th Grade

■ Baseball/Softball (grades K-8)— 1-week sessions from June 2- July 11

■ Lacrosse (Grades K-8) — 1-week sessions from June 9 – August 8

■ Basketball (Grades 4-8)— 1-week sessions from June 30 – August 15

■ Music and Movement (Grades K-8) )— Explore the combination of Dance, Aerobics and Non-contact Martial Arts from June 9 – August 8

■ Colorado Adventure Camp (Grades 5-8) – Helps campers to explore outdoor activities and pursuits. 1–week sessions from June 2 – August 8. ■ Field Sports (Grades K-8)—Provides campers a brief “taste” of several different sports. 1-week sessions from June 3 – August 15

970-491-6318 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & EXERCISE SCIENCE 201A Moby B Complex • Fort Collins


■ Fun LIFE (GradesK-6)—Fitness, nutrition and recreation camp. 1-week sessions from June 2 – August 15 ■ In-line Hockey (Grades 4-8) —1-week sessions from June 2 – June 27

■ Soccer (Grades K-6)— 1-week sessions from June 30 – August 15 ■ Super Sports Camp (Grades K-7)—A combination of sports, swimming lessons and other enrichment activities. 2-week sessions from June 30 – August 15 ■ Tennis (Grades K-8)—8:00-10:00am only. 1-week sessions from July 14 – August 15 ■ Volleyball (Grades 4-8)—1-week sessions from July 14 – August 15

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Let them get dirty in the children’s garden, explore the barn yard, meet farm animals and connect to nature. Hands-on learning experiences through all of our activities.

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The Dream Starts Here! Poudre, Greeley-Evans 6, Thompson and Windsor school districts distribute the Youth Program & Activity Guide as service to students and their families. The districts do not endorse or assume any responsibility for the programs or services contained herein. Program and Activity Guide 2014, is a special publication of Rocky Mountain Publishing.

PUBLISHER: Scott Titterington EDITOR: Kristin Titterington

Offering gymnastics classes for ages 18 months to 18 years of age in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere.

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• Beginner - Advanced Girls & Boys • Open Gyms

• Parent –Tot Classes • Preschool Classes • Summer Camps • Tumbling

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970-663-3173 • 1410 East 11th Street • Loveland

CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Emily Zaynard ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR: Greg Hoffman CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Janet Kask, Kim Sharpe, Aly Titterington Copyright 2014 Rocky Mountain Publishing, 825 Laporte Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80521, 970-221-9210. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part without written permission is prohibited.

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Fun and easy way to play golf whether you’re a golfer or not! Specialized SNAG (Starting New At Golf) equipment Zero intimidation • Self-teaching Stations • 9 Holes of Fun $7 per round, $6 (4-12 yrs.), 3 & under FREE price includes equipment rental. FREE Demo Days • May 10, 17, 24 or 31 • Beginning at 11am

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Baseball • Boy’s & Girl’s Basketball • Cheerleading Cross Country • Fencing • Figure Skating Football (no contact) • Golf • Ice Hockey Boy’s & Girl’s Lacrosse • Soccer Strength & Conditioning • Swimming & Diving Tennis • Track & Field • Volleyball • Wrestling 50% OFF Registration fee Visit and click on until September 21st with this ad “Sports Camps” for more information and to register.

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Playing it safe this summer

Keep your kids safe and injury free with these practical tips Janet Kask


s winter turns into spring and temperatures increase, so does the amount of time that children spend outdoors playing a variety of sports. Safe Kids of Larimer County has some practical tips to help your family reduce the chances of injury. National Playground Safety Week is April 25th. Each year, approximately 615 children die from injuries involving playground equipment, and more than 200,000 are treated in emergency rooms. Falls account for 80 percent of playground injuries; however, most playground fatalities are caused by strangulation and tend to occur on home playgrounds. Parents and caregivers need to keep kids in sight and in reach on the playground. Kids on a playground need your undivided attention! Safe Kids of Larimer County reminds parents and caregivers to: • Remove hood and neck drawstrings from young children’s clothing and outerwear as they can pose a risk for strangulation on playground equipment. • Don’t allow your kids to engage in or play near any pushing, shoving or crowding around playground equipment. • Make sure playground equipment is inspected frequently and kept in good repair. • Keep toddlers under age 5 in a separate play area, away from equipment designed for bigger kids.

In sports, the number of injuries to children may also increase. Five to 14-year-old children account for nearly 40 percent of all sport-related injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms. Here are some recommended sports safety tips for coaches, parents and league organizers to prevent sportrelated injuries: 8 | RMPARENT

• Plan for a pre-season medical screening • Use correct safety gear • Check on coaching qualifications (first aid and CPR) • Execute proper conditioning (warm-ups and cool-downs) • Prepare for proper hydration • Rest when overly tired or injured

Another important reminder is the danger of heatstroke for children being left alone inside a hot car. “More than half of all vehicle heatstroke deaths in children are caused by a child accidentally being left in the car, and more

than 30 percent are from a child getting into a hot car on their own,” says Safe Kids member and Crime Prevention Officer Mary Marchio of Loveland Police Department. In an effort to prevent these needless tragedies, we want to urge all parents and caregivers to do four things: • NEVER leave a child in a vehicle unattended; • Make a habit to look in the backseat

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EVERY time you exit the car. • ALWAYS lock the car and put the keys out of reach. • And if you ever see a child left alone in a hot vehicle, call 911 right away.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash vehicle fatalities for children 14 and under. In fact, one child dies from heatstroke, nearly every 10 days, from being left in a hot vehicle. Take steps to remember not to leave a child in a vehicle.

For more information on safety issues, please contact the Safe Kids Larimer County office at 970-495-7504. Let’s work together to have a safe spring for all of our children. Safe Kids Larimer County, led by UCHealth, is part of Safe Kids Worldwide Campaign, the first and only worldwide organization dedicated solely to the prevention of accidental injury. There are more than 400 Coalitions around the world.

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Opportunities for all abilities Have an adventure at a special-needs camp A LY T I TTE R I N G T O N


amps are a great way for kids to get exercise, make friends and build confidence while enjoying Colorado’s beautiful summer weather! Colorado offers several camps for children, teens and families who have a variety of special needs. These camps give kids of all abilities opportunities to learn and grow through activities such as horseback riding, swimming, ropes courses, hiking and more! Be sure to research and contact the camp you’re interested in soon, as many require advance reservations and fill up quickly. Adam’s Camp, Denver and surrounding areas 303-563-8290

Programs are available for individuals with mild to moderate special needs, including autism, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Activities provide occupational, physical, speech, music and art therapy. Ages 1 and up. Camps take place in June and July, with toddler and preschool camps in March and October. Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Snowmass 970-315-0513

Camps are designed to increase self-esteem, confidence and individual skills in deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals through activities such as horseback riding, zip lining and backpacking. Ages 2 and up for family camp; 8 and up for individual camps. Week-long summer camps take place in June and July. Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, Breckenridge 970-453-6422,

These three- to eight-day camps are specific to youth with sensory processing disorders, MS, attention deficits and a range of developmental disabilities. Activities include ropes course, rafting, rock climbing, canoeing and camping. Ages 8 and up. Camps held in June and July. 10 | RMPARENT

Camp Paha, Lakewood 303-987-4866

Day camps for children with disabilities include activities such as swimming, drama and hiking. Ages 6-17. Two 3-week sessions are offered in June and July. Camp Wapiyapi, Estes Park 303-534-0883,

This residential camp for children with cancer and their families helps them discover hope and support through positive outdoor group experiences. Ages 6-18. Sessions take place May 31-June 4, June 5-9, & June 10-14. Champ Camp, Ward 303-388-4327 events-programs/champ-camp.html

This weeklong camp emphasizes helping children better manage their asthma through activities such as swimming, hiking and rock climbing. Ages 7-14. July 20-26.

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Colorado Lions Camp, Woodland Park 719-687-2087

Summer camps are for individuals with ADD/ADHD, autism, Asperger syndrome, developmental delays, down syndrome, hearing and visual impairment, and mental and physical challenges. Activities include crafts, dances, hikes, swimming and more. Camp sessions take place June 15-20 (Hearing and Vision Impaired), June 29-July 4 (ages 13-18), and July 2025 (ages 8-12). Camp Comfort, Georgetown 303-674-6400

This weekend-long camp offers support to grieving children, helping them understand and come to terms with loss. Camp activities include several workshops, along with horseback riding, swimming, zip lining and more. June 27-29 and July 25-27.

Consultants for Children, Inc. Social Skills Club, Lakewood 720-272-1289

Children with autism and other developmental disabilities learn social skills and build friendships through academic and recreational day camps. Individual goals are set through assessments of each child. Locations vary. Preschool through young adult. Summer Club: June 2 – August 15. Easter Seals Colorado, Empire (303) 233-1666

Summer camps provide opportunities for fishing, hiking, outdoor camping and more for children and families with a variety of disabilities and health challenges. Ages 6 and up. Week-long camp sessions available mid-May through mid-August. Extreme Sports Camp, Aspen 970-927-3143

This residential camp for children

with autism includes programs for all ability levels. Activities include wake boarding, kayaking and rock climbing. Ages 8 to 17. Week-long sessions run from June 22-August 15. Hearts and Horses, Loveland 970-663-4200 blue-mountain-riding-academy

All-Abilities camps are provided through Hearts and Horses in partnership with Respite Care. Camp offers therapeutic riding lessons for children with and without special needs. Camps will focus on teaching compassion and respect. Ages 6-13. Camps take place from May through October. Mapleton Rehab Center, Boulder (303) 441-0493 mapleton-center.aspx

A camp designed for youth with sensory processing disorders, autism and cerebral palsy, featuring activities such as canoeing, ropes course and

rock climbing. Ages 9-13. Camps run mid-June through mid-August. National Sports Center for the Disabled, multiple locations (303) 316-1518

NSCD provides a variety of camps for children, adults and families with physical, emotional and cognitive diagnoses. Sky High Hope Camp, Bellvue 303-861-1754

This residential camp for children with cancer offers horseback riding, fishing, archery, dance and more. July 13-19. The Learning Camp, Vail 970-524-2706

A summer camp for children with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and other LD challenges. Academic tutoring is paired with confidence-building activities such as swimming, caving and horseback riding. Ages 7-14.

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Round ‘em up,

get ‘em out Kids learn and create through unstructured outdoor playtime and local programs

Kim Sharpe


et’s face it. Coloradans are spoiled when it comes to weather. We enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine every year. We know that if we don’t like whatever it’s doing outside, we just need to wait awhile and it will change. Perhaps this is why the past winter felt so long. The weather didn’t seem to change for months. While winter weather beckons some people to go out and play, it makes others curl up and hibernate. And eat too much. And spend too much time in sedentary pursuits. Sunny, warm weather or not, research by George Mason University Professor Laurlyn Harmon shows “kids are spending 50 percent less time outdoors than they did 10 years ago...Couple [that] trend with increasing levels of child obesity, decreasing time of outdoor play in grade schools and increasing need for support of public lands, and it’s


clear why reduced time spent outdoors is a national concern.” It’s also a state concern. The recently released Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index has dropped Colorado from being the thinnest state in the nation to No. 2. Its obesity rate of 20.4 percent places the state second to Montana, which has an obesity rate of 19.6 percent. Both states are still leaps and bounds ahead of the state with the highest obesity rate, however; Mississippi comes in last at 35.4 percent. A study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows a 43 percent decrease in early childhood obesity nationwide, however. And the 2012 Colorado Child Health Survey estimated that 26.6 percent of Colorado’s children (ages 1–14) were overweight or obese, down from 31.4 percent in 2011. Dr. Larry Wolk, executive director

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and chief medical officer of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, responds: “This is great news. We finally are turning the corner on the obesity epidemic that has spread across our country—to even our youngest citizens. We know that obese children often turn into obese adults. Through comprehensive, evidence-based childhood obesity prevention efforts, health professionals, experts and advocates are working hard to save the next generation from a life of obesity and chronic disease.” Ways to play Research shows that kids who play outdoors are more creative and imaginative, earn better grades in school, live longer and experience happier childhoods. So what can kids do outdoors? The options are limitless and don’t need to be complicated. One of the best things

kids can do outdoors is have unstructured playtime, allowing them to use their imaginations and naturally stay active. If your children are not accustomed to being turned loose in the yard, they may tell you they’re bored and there’s nothing to do. But fear not. “Boredom is good for kids. It forces them to entertain themselves, which ignites their creative intelligence. From this, they learn that they can solve their own problems. This is huge!” says Lenore Skenazy, author of Free Range Kids (http://freerangekids. ). As parents, be available for ideas (and to share safety tips), but let your kids learn how to think on their own and be original. If they need a few ideas to get their creative juices flowing, suggest they: Ride a bike Go for a walk Explore a field Swim in a pool or lake Play sports Go to the park Have a picnic Play hide-and-seek Throw a ball around Walk the dog Camp out under the stars. Local connections As the days become longer and warmer, local outdoor-focused community groups are gearing up for the season. Larimer County’s Natural Resources Department is coordinating northern Colorado’s “Get Outdoors Day” scheduled for June 14, 9am-3pm, at City Park in Fort Collins. Get Outdoors Day is a national event to encourage healthy, active outdoor fun. Participating programs will offer opportunities for families to experience traditional and nontraditional types of outdoor activities. Primary goals of the day are reaching first-time visitors to public lands and reconnecting youth with the great outdoors. This is the second year the event will be held in Fort Collins. “Healthy Kids Club is excited to be part of this event,” says Laurie Zenner, Healthy Kids Club manager. “The plan for the day includes having a central ‘stage’ area for large presentations and speakers, and then smaller ‘villages’

around these themes: recreation/adventure, stewardship, nature lovers, health and bicycles. Healthy Kids Club will coordinate the Health Village. Additionally, we are going to use this event as our kick-off for our annual Fit Families on the Move program. We think it’s a great event for our families to take advantage of.” Educo Leadership Adventures is another locally based organization that helps kids enjoy the great outdoors. It offers adventures throughout Colorado and Wyoming that include camping, backpacking, rock climbing, white-water rafting and mountain biking for youth 10 to 16 years of age. Educo has a tiered pricing structure and full “camperships” for those who qualify “because we want to make the wilderness and outdoors available to everyone,” says Nick Pelliterri, Educo’s director. Pelliterri says Educo also partners with other programs in the area, such as the Boys & Girls Clubs and Girl Scouts, to offer summer camps for their participants. Many of these groups use Educo’s camp near Red Feather Lakes. Another nearby camp enjoyed by thousands of families each year is the YMCA of the Rockies located in Estes Park. It offers day camp and overnight programs that enable kids to learn, grow and play together in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere. Greeley’s Centennial Village is

an eight-acres “living” museum that allows visitors to experience northeastern Colorado as it was over 100 years ago. The Village is offering several family events through this season, beginning on April 7 when it will host Baby Animal Days. Several furry friends will be available to interact with children ages 2 and up. On Memorial Day Weekend, the Village will welcome Buffalo Soldiers, Mountain Men and others who will reenact some of our area’s most historic events. All of the events are meant to reconnect people with our agrarian roots. “We’re losing it. We’re losing sight of our agricultural heritage that is pivotal to everyone’s past,” says Bill Armstrong, curator of education and living history. “Our programs are intended to reconnect people to what it means to spend your whole life concerned about plants, animals and largely living outdoors.”

Local resources for family fun

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Program and Activity Guide 2014 Academics (AC), Arts (AR), Athletics (AT), Before School (BS), After School (AS), Day Camps (DC), Residential Camps (RC), Clubs/Organizations (CO)

d ir e c t ory ACADEMICS Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum Camp Invention Children’s Speech Therapy Center Discovery Montessori Discovery Science Center Garbage Garage Education Center Latin Classes & Latin Club Little Bear’s Child Care Math Tutoring Our Global Village Museum Poudre River Public Library Districts Science Toy Magic Speech-Language Clinic Spring Creek School The Reading Clinic The Reading Place TR Paul Academy Tutor Doctor UNC Las Chicas de Matematicas UNC Leadership Enrichment Program UNC Summer Enrichment Program VanCo School of Art Weld Library District ARTS Aunt Bea’s Pottery Painting Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Canyon Concert Ballet Clothes Pony Contemporary Dance Academy CSU School of the Arts Dance Express Debut Theatre Company Explorati Teens Writer Boot Camp Expressive Arts Fire It Up Ceramics Flying Colors Art School Foodies! Culinary Academy Fort Collins Fort Collins Children’s Theatre Fort Collins Museum Fort Collins Museum of Art Front Range Classical Ballet Academy Greeley Museums Hands On Music Academy Harrington Arts Academy Inertia Dance JasCo Music Kindermusik by Priscilla la-de-da... Loveland Dance Academy Loveland Museum/Gallery Lyric Cinema Café Main Street Music MeTeggart Irish Dance Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Natural Piano Center Philomusica Piano & Guitar Institute Piano Center of the Rockies Rocky Mountain Music Center


Rocky Mountain Summer Music Camp Sera Schools Music Programs Studio West Dance Center Stylz Dance Studio UNC Jazz Camp Youth Orchestra of the Rockies ATHLETICS Air Force Sports Camps All Star Youth Sports American Dragon Martial Arts Arena Sports ATA Family Martial Arts Baton Twirling with the Golden Girls Big Thompson Tennis Academy Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Camp Chief Ouray-YMCA of the Rockies Chippers Lanes City of Fort Collins Youth Team Sports Catalyst Brazilian Jiu Jitsu City of Fort Collins Golf Courses Classic Lanes Collindale Golf Academy Colorado Cheer Academy Colorado Ice Indoor Football CSU Youth Sport Camps Dance Factory Eaton Country Club Edge Sports Center Edora Pool Ice Center Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST) Fort Collins Baseball Club, Inc. Fort Collins Club Fort Collins Girls Softball Club Fort Collins Hockey Club Fort Collins Soccer Club Fort Collins Youth Lacrosse Gargot Farms Riding Academy GK Gymnastics Greeley-Evans Youth League GRIT Athletics Havoc Girls Lacrosse Hearts & Horses Highland Meadows Golf Course Highland Park Lanes Horsetooth All-Star Cheerleading Inner Strength Rock Gym Inner Wave Pencak Silat Inspiration Riding Academy International Black Belt Academy Jumpin’ Karate West, Inc. Kids Night Out Loveland Lewis Tennis School Lobos Football Technique Camp Loveland Archery Exchange Loveland Dance Academy Matpac Wrestling Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Moore Martial Arts Mulberry Pool

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New World Sports NoCo Ice Center Northern Colorado Shooting Stars All-Star Cheerleading Northern Colorado Baseball Camps Northern Colorado Orcas Northern Colorado Soccer Camps Northern Colorado Soccer Club Northern Colorado Youth Hockey Northside Aztlan Center Playmakers Practice Facility Premier Gymnastics Raintree Aerobic and Fitness Center Ripple Effect Martial Arts Rocky Mountain Cheer & Dance Rocky Mountain Youth Sports Rollerland Roo Jumps Safe Routes to School Scott Downing’s Youth Football Camp Southridge Junior Golf Academy Sykes Family Martial Arts The Studio Thompson Soccer Assn. Trans Martial Arts Treetop Yoga Studio UNC Baseball Kids Camps UNC Football Camps UNC Men’s Basketball Camps UNC Tennis Camps UNC Volleyball Camps UNC Women’s Basketball Camps UNC Wrestling Camps UNC Volleyball Village Green Synchronized Swimming Team Vollitude Volleyball Club Vortex Swim Club Windsor Lacrosse Windsor Gymnastic Academy Windsor Parks & Recreation BEFORE /AFTER SCHOOL ABC Child Development Centers Bright School-Age Centers BASE Camp Blooming Girls Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Bright Horizons Children’s Early Learning Centers Children’s Workshop Gardens on Spring Creek Girl Scouts of Colorado GK Gymnastics Healthy Kids Club-PVHS Hearts & Horses KinderCare Learning Centers Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Rivendell School Windmill Child Enrichment Center Young People’s Learning Centers

DAY CAMPS ABC Child Development Centers & Bright School-Age Centers Big Thompson Elementary Blue Mountain Riding Academy Centennial Village Museums Choice City Christian Camp City of Loveland Parks & Recreation Colorado Youth Outdoors CSU Environmental Learning Center CSU Youth Sport Camps Farm at Lee Martinez Park Gargot Farms Riding Academy Girl Scouts of Colorado Greeley Museums Hearts in Hand Child Dev. Center Heritage Christian Academy iD Tech Camps Impact, Inc./Teencamp KidzZone Day Camp Larimer Humane Society Lobos Football Technique Camp Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Mountain Kids Mustang Hollow Equestrian Center My Pursuit Church OD’s Sports Crossing Red Fiddle Dance Company Rivendell School Spring Creek School Striped Horse Day Camp Young People’s Learning Centers RESIDENTIAL CAMPS Camp Chief Ouray—YMCA of the Rockies Camp Sunrise Camp Timberline, Inc. Cheley Colorado Camps CSU Football Educo Frontiers of Science Institute Girl Scouts of Colorado iD Tech Camps Kent Mountain Adventure Center Larimer County Foster Care Program Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Boy Scouts of America Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Boys & Girls Club of Weld County Child Evangelism Fellowship CSU Environmental Learning Center Fort Collins Baseball Club, Inc. Fort Collins Soccer Club Fort Collins Youth Lacrosse Girl Scouts of Colorado Larimer Humane Society Latin Classes & Latin Club Team Fort Collins United Way 211

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A L P H ABET I CA L 4-H Larimer County, 1525 Blue Spruce Dr., FC, 498-6000, extension Weld County, 525 N. 15th Ave., GR 304-6535, Age group: 8-18 A community of young people who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Fee. Category: CO ABC Child Development & Bright School-Age Centers 5000 11th St., GR Plus school-based locations in Greeley, Evans, Johnstown and Wind­sor. 352-2222, Age group: 5-12 years old Greeley’s premier centers. Provid­ing school-age activities in a school-age setting. Fee. Category: BS AS DC Adventure Child Development Center 5800 W 18th St., GR, 330-7540 Age group: 6 weeks to 13 years Summer day camps, enrichment programs, childcare, and parties. Fee. Category: DC Air Force Sports Camps Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs (719) 333-2116 Age group: 8-18 years old Summer camps for boarders and commuters. Basketball, cheerlead­ing, diving, fencing & golf. Fee. Category: AT All-Star Kids Games 2112 E. Harmony Rd., FC, 206-9600 Age group: 6-12 years All-Star Kids Games: week of sport or activity instruction and competition. Fee. Category: AT All Star Youth Sports 155 E. Boardwalk Dr., FC 855-500-ASYS Age group: 5-17 years old Non-contact flag football leagues for coeds. Games on Sundays and Mondays. Fee. Category: AT



ATA Family Martial Arts 2561 S. Shields, 3E, FC, 282-3737 910 E. Eisenhower, LV, 1000 S. Lincoln Ave., LV, 541-0958, Age group: 4-adult Tae Kwon Do for ages 4-adult. Summer programs and camps. Fee. Category: AT

Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County 1608 Lancer Dr., FC484-5198 2500 E. 1st St., LV, 663-5450 3815 W. Harrison, Wellington, 568-7338 Age group: 6-18 years old Provides environment to help young people reach their full potential. Fee $5/year. Category: AS CO

Aunt Bea’s Pottery Painting 115 E. Harmony Rd., Ste. 200, FC 204-4150 Age group: all ages Children’s 5-week workshops. Par­ties welcome. Fee. Category: AR

Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County 2400 W. 4th St., GR, 2400 1st Ave., GR,100 Broad St., Milliken Galeton Elementary, Galeton 353-1278, Age group: 6-18 years old Provides environment to help young people reach their full potential. Fee $5/year. Category: AS, CO

BASE Camp 1241 Riverside, FC, 266-1734 Age group: 5-13 Before- and after-school program in many local elementary schools. Fee. Category: BS AS DC Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum 4320 E. CR 58, FC, 482-9168 Age group: All History of northern Colorado agriculture, children’s activities, farm animals, more. Fee. Category: AC Big Thompson Elementary School of Science & Nature 7702 West Hwy 34, LV, 613-5600 Age group: 1st-5th grade Summer programs Fee. Category: DC Big Thompson Tennis Academy 775-3110, Age group: 5-18 years old Premier tennis training for juniors. Affordable. All levels. Fee. Category: AT Blooming Girls 115 N. College Ave., Ste. 220, FC 207-4094, Age group: 5-12 years Instructor provides confidencebuilding classes for girls and workshops to build self-esteem. Free. Category; BS, AS

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Boy Scouts of America— Longs Peak Council 2215 23rd Ave., GR, 330-6305 5604 McWhinney Blvd, LV, 203-9530 Age group: 1st grade-age 20 Serving scouting families in northern Colorado. Call today to join. Fee. Category: CO Bright Horizons 2815 Iowa Dr., FC, 484-4700 3513 Richmond Dr., FC, 229-0300 2420 W. 8th St., LV, 461-9802 Age group: 1st-5th grade Developmentally appropriate cur­ riculums, certified teachers, state-ofthe-art facilities. Free. Category: AS BS Camp Chief Ouray— YMCA of the Rockies 1101 CR 53, PO Box 648, Granby 887-2648, Age group: 7-17 years old Camp Chief Ouray provides opportuni­ ties for growth in spirit, mind, and body. Fee. Category: RC Camp Invention Greeley 2101 47th Ave., GR, 800-968-4332 Age group: entering 1st-6th grade One week science and invention camp. Fee. Category: AC

Camp Sunrise 100 Sunrise Ranch Rd., LV, 679-4200 Age group: 4-17 Outdoor adventure quests, sustainable agriculture—farm and garden, environmental education, earth stewardship. Fee. Category: RC Camp Timberline, Inc. 1207 Longs Peak Rd., Estes Park 484-8462, Age group: 7-18 years old Sports and mountain adventure camp at the foot of Longs Peak. Fee. Category: RC, AT Canyon Concert Dance Center 1031 Connifer St., #3, FC, 472-4156, 4103 S. Mason, FC, 217-9262 Age group: Ages 3 years and up Creating and sharing the passion of dance through artistically enriching performance & education Fee. Category: AR Catalyst Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 1111 Diamond Valley Dr. #102, WS, 460-9112, Age group: 6 to adult An academy offering Jiu Jitsu, antibullying and self-defense techniques. Fee. Category: AT Centennial Village Museums 1475 A St., GR, 350-9220 Age group: 6-12 years old Experience pioneer life with hands-on activities, games, crafts and more. Fee. Category: DC Cheley Colorado Camps 3960 Fish Creek Rd., Estes Park 303-377-3616, Age group: 9-17 years old Hiking, horseback riding, camping, backpacking, rafting, mountain biking, sports, climbing, arts, crafts and more. Fee. Category: RC Chessmates Fort Collins, 581-2424, Age group: K-9th grade Kids have fun, learn, and compete through chess. Fee. Category: CO


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Children’s Speech & Reading Center 1330 Oakridge Dr., Ste #10 419-0486, Age group: Up to age 12 Quality speech, language & literacy programs. Sliding scale. ASHA certi­ fied therapists. Nonprofit. Fee. Category: AC

• Individual instruction and small group activities • After school and Saturday lessons available • Safe, trained horses and ponies Indoor and outdoo arenas • Equine-assisted psychotherapy with Dr. Margot Nacey (for children and teens • NEW! Ponies for Preschoolers! with instructor Dr. Margot Nacey.

Dr. Margot Nacey, Owner/Director Licensed Clinical Psychologist #1716 Molly Brame, Instructor 3833 W. County Road 8 Berthoud, Colorado 80513

Children’s Workshop Early Learning Center 2822 Silverplume Dr, FC, 226-5854 635 S. Grant Ave, FC, 221-1818 1900 Remington St., FC 224-4240 1425 Diana Dr., LV, 663-3146 4601 Sunview Dr., LV, 613-9424 Age group: 5-12 Games, arts and crafts, field trips, fun; transportation provided. Fee. Category: BS, AS Chippers Lanes 830 N. College Ave., FC, 484-4777 217 W. Horsetooth Rd., FC, 226-6327 2454 8th St., GR, 353-4275 Age group: 6-14 years old Camps, junior bowling leagues, school fundraisers. Fee/Free. Category: AT, DC Choice City Christian Camp 3125 Conestoga Ct., FC, 310-6335, Age group: 5-12 years old Summer activities daycamp with daily field trips. Open 7am-6pm. Fee. Category: DC City of Fort Collins Golf Courses 221-6650, Age group: 7-12 years old Annual introductory golf clinic for girls and boys. Fee. Category: AT City of Fort Collins Parks & Rec­reation Youth Team Sports 413 S. Bryan Ave, FC 221-6385 Age group: 6 years old and up Tackle/flag/ultimate football, softball, volleyball, track, basketball. Fee. Category: AT City of Fort Collins Recreation 112 E. Willow St., FC, 221-6655 Age group: pre-K and above Programs and activities for all ages and abilities. Fee. AC, AR, AT, AS, DC


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City of Loveland Adventure Bound Day Camp 700 E. 4th St. LV, 962-2467 Age group: 6-12 years State-licensed camp, field trips, arts & crafts, swimming, science, drama, indoor and outdoor games. Fee. Category: DC City of Loveland Youth Sports Camps 700 E. 4th. St., LV, 962-2445 Age group: 5-18 Summer youth athletic sports camps. Fee. AT, DC Clothes Pony 111 N. College Ave., FC, 224-2866 Age group: Toddler to 10 years Sing-alongs and storytimes. Fee/Free. Category: AR Collindale Golf Academy and Club Fitting Center 1441 E. Horsetooth Rd., FC, 223-4653 Age group: 5-17 years PGA professional supervised junior golf camps, clinics and instruction. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Cheer Academy 105 W. Prospect Rd., FC, 305-0170 Age group: Under 5-18 years Excellent cheer program, complete athlete performance program, fitness training and conditioning. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Ice Indoor Football 218 Smokey St., FC 472-0128, Age group: Kindergarten and up Cheerleading hosted by Icicle cheerleaders; football hosted by Ice players & coaches. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Football Academy Fort Collins, 215-9308 Age group: 6-14 Teaching life skills through football. Learn fundamentally sound physical and mental skills. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Youth Outdoors 209 E. 4th St., LV, 663-0800, Age group: families Camping skills, archery and shooting sports. Fee. Category: AS

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Contemporary Dance Academy 2531 S. Shields, 2A, FC, 232-9539 Age Group: 2-18 years Dance classes and dance camps for all ages. Fee. Category: AR

Dance Express 633 S. College, Ste. H, FC, 493-2113 Age group: 5 and up Modern dance troupe for persons with and without disabilities. Fee. Category: AR CO

Cooking Classes for Kids 1003 W. Mountain Ave., FC, 221-5137 Age group: 5-16 years Fun, hands-on classes develop basic cooking skills with kid-friendly recipes. Fee. Category AC

Dance Factory 2956 W. 29th St. #19, GR, 506-9040 Age group: 3-18 years old Classes in tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop and pom. Fee. Category: AT

CSU Center for the Arts 1400 Remington, FC, 491-2787 Age group: children and youth Over 90 music, theatre, dance, visual arts performances and exhibitions each semester. Fee. Category: AR CSU Early Childhood Center 223 S. Shields, FC, 491-7082 Age group: 6 weeks to 6 years Full, half-day and summer camp options. Fee. Category: AC, DC

Eaton Country Club 37661 WCR 39, Eaton, 454-2479 Age group: 5-18 years old Weekly play and lessons for ages 9-17. Beginner lessons ages 5-8. Fee. Category: AT

CSU Volleyball Camps CSU campus, FC, 213-1830 Age group: 4th-8th grades Beginner to advanced youth players. Instruction from CSU coaches and elite staff. Fee. Category: AT, DC

Edge Sports Center 4450 Denrose Ct., FC, 472-0048 Age group: all ages A family-oriented sports facility providing a friendly environment for practice, instruction, and league play for turf-based sports. Fee. Category: AT

CSU Youth Sport Camps 201-A Moby B Complex, FC, 491-6318 Age group: 1st-8th grades A day camp that promotes the benefits of physical activity for youth in the community. Fee. Category: AT DC

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Discovery Montessori 225 E. Skyway Dr., FC, 223-2445 Age group: 2 years-6th grade Calm classrooms, onsite horseman­ ship, French, music, computers, art. Fee. Category: AC AR AS BS DC

CSU Environmental Learning Center 3745 E. Prospect Rd., FC 491-1661, Age group: K-12th grades Educational programs, nature center, trails. Camps. Open to public. Fee. Category: DC CO

CSU Women’s Basketball Camps CSU Campus, FC, 491-7725 http// Age group: 4th-8th grades High-energy camp for girls looking to become better players. Fee. Category: AT, DC


Debut Theatre Company 827 Riverside, FC, 224-5774 Age group: 6-17 years old Northern Colorado’s only year-round, nonprofit, hands-on youth acting school/performing troupes. Fee. Category: AR

Edora Pool Ice Center 1801 Riverside, FC, 221-6683 Age group: 6 months and up Ice Skating lessons, swimming. Fee. Category: AT Educo Adventure Camp 494-0785, Age group: 10-17 years old Adventurers that challenge kids to become leaders and gain confidence since 1988. Fee & free. Category: AS RC

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foodies! Culinary Academy 4206 S. College Ave., #108, FC 226-2665. Age group: 3-adult Culinary classes, Spring/summer camps, workshops, TOP Chef birth­day bash parties. Fee. Category: AR Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST) 1112 Oakridge, Dr.690-SWIM (7946) Age group: K-12th grade Year-round competitive swimming! Call for free trial week. All abilities. Fee. Category: AT Fort Collins Baseball Club 211 S. Bryan Ave., FC, 484-3368 Age groups: 5-24 years old Recreational and competitive base­ ball club for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT CO Fort Collins Children’s Theatre Fort Collins, 498-4110 Age group: 5-adult Theatre for ages 5 and up. Summer workshop for 10-14 years. Fall production cast 12 & up. Free. Category: AR, DC, AS Fort Collins Club 1307 E. Prospect, FC. 224-2582 Age group: 5-12 years After-school and summer youth day camps—swimming, climbing wall, XRKADE. Free. Categories: AT, AS, DC

Fort Collins Hockey Club 218 Smokey St., FC, 282-1112 Age group: all ages Inline hockey leagues for all ages and skill levels. Fee. Category: AT Fort Collins Judo Club 2415 E. Mulberry St., FC, Unit 11, 232-8016, Age group: 6 and up A dojo with the objective to teach traditional and competitive judo. Fee. Category: AT, CO Fort Collins Museum of Discovery 408 Mason Ct., FC 221-6738, Age group: 1st-6th grade Exciting events, classes, programs. Fee & Free. Category: AR Fort Collins Museum of Art 201 S. College Ave., FC 482-2787, Age group: Elementary-Adult A museum-based art school for all ages and abilities. Fee. Category: AR Fort Collins Soccer Club 2721 S. College Ave. Ste. 10, FC 226-4253, Age group: 4-18 years old Recreational and competitive soccer for boys and girls. Age-appropriate camps. Fee. Category: AT, CO, DC Fort Collins Stars Girls Softball Club Fort Collins, 672-9797, Age group: 6-15 years old Girls recreational softball fun, player development. All abilities welcome. Competitive fall tryouts. Fee. Category: AT Fort Collins Vipers Lacrosse 231-4054, Age group: 4th-8th grade Competitive and recreational leagues, camps and clinics. Fee. Category: AT CO Front Range Classical Ballet Academy 2709 Ringneck Dr., FC 980-8425, Age group: 4 years to adult Creative movement through preprofessional ballet. Russian-based syllabus. Fee. Category: AR

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Frontiers of Science Institute UNC, 501 20th St., GR 351-2976, Age group: Apply in 10th & 11th grade 6-week summer residential science immersion program at UNC for juniors and seniors. Fee. Category: RC Garbage Garage Education Center 5887 S. Taft Hill Rd., FC, 498-5772 GarGar.htm Age group: K-12th grade Displays and interactive exhibits relating to reducing, reusing, recycling, landfills and household hazardous waste. Free. Category: AC Gardens on Spring Creek 2145 S. Centre Ave., FC 416-2486 Age group: 2 years and up Experience nature. Fun events, ongoing programs, and camps all with horticulture themes. Free. Category: BS AS Gargot Farms Riding Academy 3833 W. CR 8, Berthoud, 443-5467 Age group: 6-14 Indoor arena, 50 acres; English, indi­ vidual, group, camps; equineassisted psychotherapy, sports psychology. Fee. Category: AT

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Girl Scouts of Colorado 855-726-4726, Age group: 6-17 years old Summer camp open to all girls. Fee. CO, AS GK Gymnastics 2026 Lowe, FC, 226-0306 Age group: 5-adult Price includes weekly bowling, skating, karate, gymnastics, movie, trampoline, conditioning and open swimming. Fee. Category: AT AS DC Global Village Museum of Arts and Culture 200 W. Mountain Ave., FC, 221-4600 Age group: youth and adults Art collections and activities to pro­ mote international understanding. Fee. Category: AC

Golden Girls Baton Academy 534 W. 66th St., LV 631-4842, Age group: 4-16 years old Twirling, dancing, drilling, parades, festivals, shows. Improve coordina­ tion, poise, self-esteem, discipline. Fee. Category: AT, AS Greeley-Evans Youth League 6501 W 20th ST, GR, 339-8286 Age group: Varies Recreational and competitive baseball and softball league for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT, CO Greeley Museums 714 8th St., GR, 350-9220 Age group: 6-12 years old Hands-on activities for youth. Fee. Category: DC GRIT Athletics Livermore, 219-6214 Age group: 5-18 years Grace, righteousness, intensity, toughness — wrestling, running and rodeo. Fee. Category: AT Hands On Music Academy 2856 Sitting Bull Way, FC, 207-9111 Age group: 4 and older Explore piano, guitar, voice, drums, bass composing, recording, team bands, Bach-Rock. Fee. Category: AR Harrington Arts Academy 575 N. Denver Ave., LV, 232-8410 Age group: all ages Creative expression for all: acting, singing, dancing, drawing, songwriting, mainstage productions. Fee. Category: AR Haunted Game Cafe 3307 S. College Ave., FC, 402-2466 Age group: 10+ years Family board game fun. Open games. Free. Category: AC Havoc Girls Lacrosse Northern Colorado, 231-8866 Age group: 8-13 years old Northern Colorado girls lacrosse organization. Winter and spring seasons. Fee. Category: AT

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START SMART— PARENT/CHILD GOLF 4 Lessons for $55 • 5:45-6:45pm Sessions beginning June 3 & July 8 BEGINNER GOLF CAMP $195 (includes lunch), 9:30am-12:30pm, Mon.-Thurs. Camps beginning June 9, June 23, July 7 & July 21 SUPERVISED PLAY ON TUESDAYS 1-3pm, Starting July 2


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Healthy Kids Club, PVHS 1024 S. Lemay Ave., FC, 495-7511 Age group: Preschool-6th grade Provides health and safety education, after-school programs and special events. Free. Category: BS AS Hearts & Horses 163 N. CR 29, LV, 663-4200 Age group: 2 and up Therapeutic riding program for children with physical, cognitive, or emotional challenges. Fee. Category: AS Hearts in Hand Child Development Center 2464 Marquette, FC, 223-1245 Age group: 5-12 years old Private kindergarten; summer camp. Fee. Category: AC BS AS DC Heritage Christian Academy 2506 Zurich Dr., FC, 494-1022, www. Age group: Pre-K-12th grade Heritage Summer Learning Studio offers learning opportunities in a Christian-centered environment. Fee. Category: DC Highland Meadows Golf Course 6300 Highland Meadows Pkwy, Windsor, 204-4653 Age group: 7-14 years old Weeklong Junior Golf camps for beginner and intermediate golfers. Fee. Category: DC Highland Park Lanes 1900 59th Ave., GR, 330-2695 Age group: 4-18 years old Winter Junior Bowling League. Fee. Category: AT High Plains Library District 2650 W. 29th St, GR, 506-8560 Centennial Park Branch Library 2227 23rd Ave., GR, 506-8600 Farr Regional Library 1939 61st Ave., GR, 506-8500 Lincoln Park Branch Library 919 7th St. Ste. 100, GR, 506-8460 Age group: all ages A community of libraries offering programs and materials for all ages. Free. Category: AC


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Horsetooth Cheer Elite 4103 S. Mason St., FC, 282-9890 Age group: K-12th grade All-star competitive cheer (3 levels), Recreational Cheer, tumbling. Fee. Category: AT iD Game Design & Development Academy Held at University of Denver & more, 888-709-8324 Age group: 13-18 Two-week, pre-college, intensive summer programs in game design, development, programming, & 3D modeling. Fee. Category: AC, RC iD Tech Camps Held at University of Denver, Colorado State University & more 888-709-8324, Age group: 7-17 Create apps, video games, programs, movies, & more. Week-long, day, and overnight programs. Fee. Category: AC, DC, RC iD Programming Academy Held at University of Denver & more, 888-709-8324 Age group: 13-18 Two-week, pre-college, intensive summer programs in programming, app development, robotics and more. Fee. Category: AC, RC ideas happen here 406 N. College Ave., FC, 227-3356 Art classes at FC Museum of Art. Fee. Category: DC Impact Dance Academy 1031 Conifer St., FC, 231-0844 Age group: 11-15 years old Full-time age-appropriate activities for 11- to 15-year-olds. Fee. Category: DC Inner Strength Rock Gym 3713 S. Mason, FC, 282-8118 Age group: 6-14 years old Climbing classes for 6-8 and 9-14 years. All abilities welcome. Fee. Category: AT, DC

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Fee. Category: DC Inner Wave Pencak Silat 4103 S. Mason, FC, 817-4266 Age group: 5 and up Kungfu for kids and families. Training benefit for life. Fee. Category: AT

KidzZone Day Camp 3920 S. Shields, FC, 226-2095 Age group: 4 years-5th grade Day camp with High Seas Expedi­tion theme. Free. Category: DC

Inspiration Riding Academy Fort Collins, Pierce, 402-2536 Age group: 5 to adult Teaching hunter jumper lessons. Pony club. Lesson horses available. Fee. Category: AT

KinderCare Learning Centers 1100 Rocky Mountain Way, FC 223-5437 4703 McMurry Ave., FC, 377-0407 4755 Royal Vista Cr., FC, 223-0056 4059 W. 11th St., GR, 352-0721 2755 N. Garfield, LV 663-0754 Age group: infant-12 years old Before- & after-school programs; enrichment programs. Fee. Category: AC BS AS

International Blackbelt Academy 1833 E. Harmony Rd., FC, #5 204-9977, 3091 W. 29th St., GR, 330-5425, www.internationalblack Age group: age 4 and up Karate for kids and families. Fee. Category: AT JasCo Music 3008 Sumac, FC, 535-0808 Age group: age 10 and up Guitar instruction emphasizing solid technique and understanding music theory. Fee. Category: AR Jumpin’ 6055 Sky Pond Dr. Ste. P100, LV 776-9756, Age group: 3-10 years Children’s playground and party place. Fee. Category: AT Karate West, Inc. 3725 S. Mason St., FC, 223-5566 Age group: age 4 and up Martial Arts programs for peewees (4-7 years), kids (8-12 years), teens, and adults. Fee. Category: AT Kent Mountain Adventure Center Estes Park, CO 80517 586-5990, Age group: 9-17 years old Rock climbing camps, wilderness courses, mountain biking, canyoneer­ ing, school groups, families. Fee. Category: RC Kids Night Out Loveland Chilson Recreation Center, 700 E. 4th St., LV, 308-0439, Age group: 8-14 years Disco, gym, contests, fun, supervised youth program Saturday nights.


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Larimer County Foster Care Program 200 W. Oak St., FC, 498-7000 Age group: 0-18 Foster care is a supportive service to children/families who must live apart due to abuse/neglect. Free. Category: RC Larimer Humane Society 6317 Kyle Ave., FC,226-3647 Age group: 8-12 years Spring Break: Kid Care Spring Camp. Fee. Category: DC Learning Rx 1100 Haxton Dr., Ste. 105, FC, 6722030, Age group: all ages Make learning quicker, easier and more fun by training your brain. Fee. AC Lewis Tennis School 2201 S. Shields St., FC, 493-7000 Age group: K-12th grade Thirty-eight years directing tennis programs, professionally run instruc­ tion, tournaments, leagues. Fee. Category: AT Lincoln Center 417 W. Magnolia St., FC, 221-6735 Age group: all ages Live family-friendly performances to introduce children to arts and culture. Fee. Category: AR

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Fee. Category: AT, DC Little Bears Child Care 1247 Riverside Ave., FC, 472-1984, 2251 Hampshire Rd, FC, 484-3932, Age group: 6 weeks to 8 years Core knowledge emphasis, Spanish and sign language included. Fee. Category: AC AS BS DC Lobos Football Technique Camp c/o Rocky Mountain High School 1300 W. Swallow, FC, 488-7023 Age group: 7-13 years old Noncontact football technique. Camp led by Rocky Mountain Football program. Fee. Category: AT DC Lone Pine Classical School Age group: 3rd-12th grade Great for college applications, SAT prep. National awards. Scholarships available. Fee/Free. Category: AC AS BS CO Loveland Archery Exchange 907 N. VanBuren Ave., LV, 667-2934 Age group: 9 and older Learn patience and focus. Have fun. Individual instruction and Saturday morning shoots. Fee. Category: AT Loveland Dance Academy 440 N. Lincoln, LV, 667-2091 Instruction in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, modern, combo, and lyrical. Fee. Category: AR Loveland Laser Tag Fun Center 401 Denver Ave., LV, 663-9999 7 years and above Laser tag, laser maze, climbing wall, parties, group events and more. Fee. Category: AT Loveland Museum/Gallery 503 N. Lincoln, LV, 962-2410 Age group: 1st-9th grade After-school arts classes, summer and spring break workshops. Fee. Category: AR Loveland Sports Camp 1669 Eagle Dr., LV 980-1994 Age group: 6-12 years Weekly camps providing kids a funfilled summer of sports and activities.


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Loveland Swim Club Loveland 203-1374 Age group: 3 years through college Learn-to-swim and competitive swimming programs for athletes ages 3 through college. Fee. Category: AT Lyric Cinema Café 300 E. Mountain Ave., FC 493-0893 Age Group: 4-18 years Morning cartoons Mon.-Sat., kids matinees on PSD no-school days. Free. Category: AR Main Street Music Academy 609 Main St., WS 674-0052 Age group: Varies Molding musicians since 1988. Private lessons and summer camps. Fee. Category: AR Math Tutoring 2102 Estrella Ave., LV 663-6447 Age group: 1st–8th grade Raise your child’s grades and confidence with a Thompson School District certified teacher. Fee. Category: AC Matpac Wrestling Windsor High, 1100 Main St., WS, 218-1056, Age group: K-12th grade Fall preseason program for wrestlers with heart and desire to be great. Fee. Category: AT McTeggart Irish Dancers 1200 S. College Ave., FC, 663-0282 Boys and girls perform year round. Fee. Category: AT Miramont Lifestyle Fitness (South) 901 Oakridge, FC, 282-1000 (North) 1800 Heath Pkwy., FC 2215000 (Central) 2211 S. College Ave., FC 225-2233, (Centerra) 3755 Precision Dr., Ste. 100 744-5005 Age group: 5-18 years old Safe, fun and active after-school programs, day camp, no-school daycamp, swim lessons & more. Fee. Category: BA DC



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1 block south of Horsetooth Road, between Inner Strangth Climbing Gym and Aamco Transmissions on West side of Mason Street. Youth Program & Activity GUIDE


Moore Martial Arts 514 Main St, Windsor, 686-1247 Age group: Varies Teaching true self-defense with a combination of Anshinkai-do Karate and Kosho Ryu Kempo. Fee. Category: AT Mothers’ Center of Fort Collins Age group: all ages Nonprofit outreach organization with programs for mothers and children. Fee and free. Category: CO Mountain Kids 419 E. Stuart, FC, 482-3118 Age group: 5-18 years old Gymnastics, dance, swimming, preschool, summer day camp, after­ school transportation and care. Fee. Category: AC AS AT BS DC Mountain Sage Community School 2310 E. Prospect Rd., Ste. A, FC, 568-5456 Age group: K-8 grades A K-8 charter school inspired by Waldorf education and sustainable living. Free. Category: AC Mulberry Pool 424 W. Mulberry, FC, 221-6657 Age group: 6 months and up Swim lessons. Fee. Category: AT My Heroes 701 S. Overland Tr., FC, 678-984-7774 Age group: k-12 grade Hippotherapy services for special-needs riders. Fee. Category: AR Natural Piano Center 3710 Mitchell Dr., FC, 226-4035 Age group: 7 years and older 8-week piano course for beginners; includes piano in your home. Fee. Category: AR New World Sports 119 E. Mountain St., FC 224-5857 Age group: 8 to 18 years Mountain bike skills clinics. Fee. Category: AT DC


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NFL Flag Football & Cheerleading 155 E. Boardwalk Dr., #550, FC 855-500-2797, Age group: 5-17 years Registration includes official NFL jersey, mouth piece and flags. Fee. Category: AT NoCo Ice Center 7900 Fairgrounds Ave., FC 206-4423, Age group: age 4-adult Hockey and skating for youth and adult. Serving Loveland, Windsor, Greeley and Fort Collins. Fee. Category: AT Northern Colorado Baseball Camps UNC, Jackson Field, GR, 351-1203 Age group: Elementary-High School Offers a youth day camp and a team camp. Fee. Category: AT, DC Northern Colorado Orcas 1298 Main St., Unit A, PMB #4230, WS, Age group: 7-17 Synchronized swimming is for anyone who likes music, dance, and swimming. Fee. Category: AT Northern Colorado Soccer Camps UNC, Jackson Soccer Stadium, GR, 351-2568, Age group: 2nd-8th grade Soccer skills day camp for boys & girls. Fee. Category: AT, DC Northern Colorado Soccer Club 3527 West 12th St., Ste. 105, GR, 351-6255 Age group: 5-14 (indoor) Age group: 9-18 (outdoor) Promotes passion for soccer that is fun and positive for all participants Fee. Category: AT Northern Colorado Youth Hockey 7900 Fairgrounds Ave., FC 206-4423, Age group: 5-18 years old USA hockey. Competitive and rec teams with clinics and summer programs. Fee. Category: AT Northside Aztlan Center 112 E. Willow, FC 221-6256, recreation Age group: Age 6 and up Seasonal sports leagues, camps.

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Fee. Category: Category: AT Philomusica 2105 S. College Ave., FC,419-8801 Age group: 1-12 years Unique music classes; instrumental lessons; innovative approach to group, pre-piano, guitar lessons. Fee. Category: AR DC Piano & Guitar Institute 2925 S. College Ave. #8, FC, 206-4930 1295 Main St. #3, WS, 686-9660 Age group: school-aged Students will be exposed to a variety of musical genres. Fee. Category: AR DC Piano Center of the Rockies 2721 S. College Ave., #5A, FC, 282-9171 Age group: All ages Specializing in piano classes for kids, teens, adults and retirees. Fee. Category: AR Poudre River Public Library District Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree Ave., Ste. 200, FC, 221-6740 Harmony Library , 4616 S. Shields FC, 221-6740 Old Town Library , 201 Peterson, FC, 221-6740 Webster House Administration Center 301 E. Olive, FC, 221-6740 Age group: all ages Programs to encourage literacy, cu足 riosity, and imagination for children, teens and adults. Free. Category: AC, AR Premier Gymnastics 1410 E. 11th St., LV, 663-3173 Age group: Varies Recreational and competitive programs. Private lessons, open gym and special-needs. Summer camps. Fee. Category: AT Qdoba Events Center 218 Smokey St., FC 282-1112, Age group: 8-13 years old Six-week high intensity inline hockey camps. Soccer-TBD, Lacrosse-TBD. Fee. Category: DC Raintree Aerobic and Fitness Center 2555 S. Shields St., FC, 490-1300 Age group: 5-17 years old Swim lessons.


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Fee. Category: AT Reading Place Tutoring 4160 Sumter Sq., FC, 225-2997 Age group: K-3rd grade Individualized, balanced reading instruction taught by former PSD literary teacher. Fee. Category: AC Red Fiddle Dance Company 2839 Brush Creek Dr., FC , 282-3814 425 Massachusetts Ave., Berthoud 532-5497, 1501 65th Ave., GR 350-9401, 217 E. 4th St., LV Age group: 0 to Adult Dance and movement; manners and etiquette for boys and girls. Fee. Category: DC Ripple Effect Martial Arts 2948 Council Tree Ave., #137, FC, 282-3714 Age group: 5-12 years High-energy summer and year-round martial arts program. Fee. Category: AT Rivendell School 1800 E. Prospect Rd., FC, 493-9052 Age group: Pre-K-6th grade Summer day camp sessions for age 6-12. Fun learning, hands-on activities, play. Fee. Category: BS AS DC Rocky Mountain Archery 4518 Innovation Dr., FC, 226-5900 Age group: 6+ Indoor archery range offering equip足 ment and lessons for all skill levels. Fee. Category: AT Rocky Mountain Cheer & Dance 148 SW 2nd St., LV, 669-0762 Age group: 18 mos-18 years old Recreational and competitive cheer, tumbling and dance. Fee. Category: AT Rocky Mountain Summer Music Camp at CSU Colorado State University, FC, 491-1584 Age group: 7th to 12th grade Camp for band, orchestra, vocal studies, jazz, percussion with world-class instruction. Fee. Category: AR

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Rocky Mountain Youth Sports 3307 S. College Ave., #213, FC 631-9310, Age group: k-12th grade Basketball teams and camps for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT


Rocky Ridge Music Center 465 Longs Peak Rd., EP, 586-4031 Age group: 10-22 years old Classical music camp for all ages. Fee. Category: AR






Plus Lego Mindstorm STEM program for 4th and 5th grades.

Friday 10 am and 1 pm


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Spring Creek School 1900 Remington, FC, 224-4240 Age group: 1-12 years old Kindergarten, before- and after-school, summer camps. Fee. Category: AS BS DC Striped Horse Day Camp 23757 WCR 70, Eaton, 539-5556 Age group: 7-15 years old A day learning proper riding skills, horse care, games on horseback, trail riding. Fee. Category: DC

Safe Routes to School 281 N. College Ave., FC, 416-2357 Age group: K-8th grade Kids and parents walking and biking to school for good grades and good health. Free. Category: AC, AT

Studio West Dance Center 216 W Horsetooth Suite B, FC 225-1611, Age group: 3-17 Summer dance day camps & workshops. Fee. Catagory: AR DC

Science Toy Magic 11 Old Town Square, FC, 484-2377 Age group: 5+ years Boomerang lessons. First Sundays March through September. Boomerangs provided. Free. Category: AC

Sera Schools Music Programs 343-0819, Private, semi-private, and group instruction on piano, guitar, violin, and voice. Fee. Category: AT

Speech & Language Stimulation 317 N. Meldrum, FC, 495-1150 Age group: all ages Specializing in language programs, articulation, literacy, social-pragmatic language, vocal-cord issues, more. Fee. Category: AC

Roo Jumps—Inflatable party 3946 Carson Ave., Evans, 622-0055 Age group: All ages Inflatibles play areas for events. Fee. Category: AT

Scott Downing’s Football Camp UNC, West Campus Fields, GR 350-9401 Age group: 8-14 years old Fee. Category: AT, DC


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RollerLand Skate Center 324 S. Link Lane, FC, 482-0497 Age group: K-12th grade School fundraisers, birthday parties, school-break skates, private parties, live music! Fee. Category: AS

Southridge Junior Golf Academy 5750 S. Lemay St., FC 416-2828, Age group: 5-16 years Beginner and intermediate golf classes. Fee. Category: AT

Stylz Dance Studio 2925 S. College Ave., FC, 237-2819 Age group: 3 years and older Performance-based studio offering hip-hop, breaking, lyrical, jazz, ballet, tap, theatre jazz. Fee. Category: AR Sunshine House 501 W. Lake St., FC, 491-2862 2101 16th St., GR, 353-4287 1703 E. 18th St, LV, 635-4075 1801 Piney River Dr., LV, 635-0111 Age group: Infant through school-age After-school and summer camp, part/ full-time available. Fee. Category: DC, AS Sykes Family Martial Arts 5800 S. College Ave., FC, 267-0490 Age group: 3-adult Karate, Jiu Jitsu, bullying prevention. Fee. Category: AT

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Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch 2939 N. CR 31-D, LV, 667-3915 Age group: 6-18 years Old-fashioned family camp, ranch ad­ ventures, trail rides, hay rides, camp fires. Fee. Category: DC, RC

UNC Baseball Kids Camps UNC, Jackson Field, GR, 351-1203 Camp includes defense, hitting, base-running instruction. Live games & competition. Fee. Category: AT, DC

TEAM Fort Collins 201 S. College Ave., FC, 224-9931 Age group: K-12th grade Promotes healthy lifestyles for all ages to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. Free. Category: CO

UNC Football Camps UNC Butler-Hancock Fields, GR 351-1875, Age group: varies Several camps held throughout the summer. Please visit website for more information. Fee. Category: AT, DC

The Learning House 3533 Riva Ridge Dr., FC, 266-0844 Age group: 4-8 years old Four-day science camps filled with ex­ periments, exploring and enthusiasm. Fee. Category. AC, DC The Reading Clinic 800 N. Garfield Ave., LV 667-3190 Age group: k-adult Individualized instruction in reading, writing, study skills and math. Fee. Category: AC The Reading Place Tutoring 4160 Sumter Square, FC 225-2997 Age group: School age Individualized, personalized, read­ing instruction designed around your child’s strengths and needs. Fee. Category: AC The Studio 217 E 4th St., LV, 669-5155 3307 S College AV, FC, 223-8155 Age group: 4-18 years All-in-one camps, dance intensives, rock-star camps, and summer classes. Fee. Category: AR, DC


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UNC Jazz Camp UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2394 Age group: middle school – college Jazz skills and theory camp. Students will work with nationally respected faculty. Fee. Category: AR, DC, RC UNC Las Chicas de Matematicas UNC Mathematical Sciences, Ross 2240A, GR, 351-2425, www.unco. edu/nhs/mathsci/mathcamp/ Age group: 14-18 years Free 1-week math camp for incoming high school girls. Free. Category: AC, RC UNC Leadership Enrichment Program UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2683 Age group: 11th-12th grades Motivating and challenging; gifted, talented and creative; high-ability learners. Fee. Category: AC, RC UNC Men’s Basketball Camps UNC Butler-Hancock Ctr, GR 351-1191, Age group: varies Offering several camps (skill & team) in June. Visit website for more information. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC

TR Paul Academy 4512 McMurry, FC, 226-2800 Age group: Preschool-8th grade Free public Mosaica charter school with a fine-arts focus. Fee. Categories: AC

UNC Summer Enrichment Program UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2683 Age group: 5th-10th grades, 4-9 year olds Enrichment program for high-ability learners entering 5th-10th grades. Fee. Category: AC, RC

Tutor Doctor 416-7777, Age group: school age One-on-one, in-home personalized tutoring. Fee. Category: AC

UNC Tennis Camps UNC Tennis Courts, GR, Age group: varies Offering several camp options. Visit website for more information. Fee. Category: AT, DC



UNC Volleyball Camps UNC Butler-Hancock Ctr, GR 351-2998, Age group: 4th-12th grade Offers multiple camps in July, overnight/ day and team camps. Visit website. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC

Up In Lights Productions 292-8682, Age group: 6-16 years Musical theatre training summer camps, singing, dancing, acting, final performance. Fee. AR, AS, DC

UNC Women’s Basketball Camps UNC Butler-Hancock Ctr, GR, 351-1713 Age group: 1st-12th grades Offering several camps in June. Visit website for more information. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC

VanCo School of Art 204 Maple St., Ste. 105., FC, 4305113, Age group: 5 to 11 years old Offers classical training for artists with a passion to learn and create. Fee. Category: AR

UNC Wrestling Camps UNC, Butler Hancock Ctr., GR, 351-1832, Age group: 7-18 years old Wrestling skills camps held in late July. Visit website for more information. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC UNC Young Child Summer Enrichment Program UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2683 Age group: 4-9 years old Children’s enrichment program for high-ability learners. Fee. Category: AC, DC


Village Green Pool 1831 Valley Forge Ave., FC, 493-2099 Age group: 0-18 years Swimming, diving, wading pool, swim teams, swim lessons, tennis. Friendly neighborhood community. Fee. Category: AT Village Green Synchronized Swimming Team 1831 Valley Forge Ave., FC 493-2099 Age group: 6-18 years old Fun, teamwork, exercise for girls in

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a safe, supportive environment. Fee. Category: AT Vollitude Volleyball Club 690-3441, Age group: ages 12-18 Offering opportunity for players to play at the club level in northern Colorado. Fee. Category: AT Vortex Swim Club 481-6640, Age group: 5-18 Developmental and competitive pro­ gram for beginning and advanced swimmers. Fun environment. Fee. Category: AT Windmill Child Enrichment Center 1215 Automation Dr., Windsor, 6740004, Age group: 5-12 years Fun, safe summer camp for schoolage children. Fee. Category: BS, AS, DC Windsor Gymnastics Academy 687 Academy Court, Windsor, 686-6175 Age group: 5-13 years Summer day camp, fun activities. Fee. Category: DC

Windsor Lacrosse 7025 Eastman Park Dr., Windsor 576-9694, Age group: 2nd-12th grade Basic lacrosse skills and skill development. Fee. Category: DC, AT Windsor Parks & Recreation 250 N. 11th St., Windsor, 674-3500 Age group: 8-12 years Programs & activities for families. Fee. Category: AT Young People’s Learning Centers 209 E. Plum, FC, 482-1212 405 Mathews St., FC, 482-6264 1015 E. Elm St., Milliken, 587-7722 Age group: K-Junior High Fun and teen camps. Fee. Category: DC AS BS Youth Orchestra of the Rockies Fort Collins, 310-7998 youth-orchestra-of-the-rockies Age group: 7-18 years old Challenges young musicians to strive for excellence. Concerts held in November. Fee. Category: AR

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2014-15 School calendars Special Dates, School Holidays, School Not in Session

Greeley-Evans School District 6 May 21 May 23-24 Aug. 14 Aug. 19 Sept. 1 Sept. 19 Oct. 17 Nov. 26-28 Dec. 19-Jan. 2

Last day of school for students High school graduations 1-12 classes begin K classes begin Labor Day No school for students No school for students Thanksgiving break Winter break

Poudre School District Apr. 12 Apr. 15 May 17 May 24-25 May 27 May 31 Aug. 18 Aug. 19 Sept. 1 Sept. 16 Oct. 16 Oct. 17 Nov. 26-28 Dec. 1 Dec. 22-Jan. 2 Jan. 5

K-12 students off, parent-teacher conference day K-8 students off, collaboration day K-8 students off, teacher work day High school graduations Memorial Day K-12, Last Day of Classes, Half Day Classes begin, middle & high school students Classes begin, all other students Labor Day K-8 students off, collaboration day K-5 students off, parent-teacher conferences K-12 students off, parent-teacher conferences Thanksgiving Break K-8 students off, collaboration day Winter break No school for students, teacher work day

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May 25 May 25 May 27 May 30 Aug. 20 Aug. 21 Sept. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 17 Oct. 23 Oct. 24 Nov. 26-28 Dec. 22-Jan. 2 Jan. 5

12, last day of school Graduation Memorial Day K-11, last day of school K-5, 6 & 9 Transition Day K-12 Classes begin Labor Day No school for students—PD day No school for students, teacher work day No school—parent-teacher conferences No school—Teacher Exchange Days Thanksgiving break Winter break No school for students, teacher work day

Windsor School District Apr. 1 May 23 May 26 Aug. 14 Aug. 29 Sept. 1 Sept. 22 Oct. 17 Nov. 24-25 Nov. 26-28 Dec. 22-Jan. 5 Jan. 6

K-12 students off K-12, last day of school High school graduation K-12 classes begin K-5 No school for students—PD day Labor Day K-12 No school for students, PD day K-12 No school for students K-12 No school for students, PD days Thanksgiving break Winter break No school for students, teacher work day

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April Guide to youth programs, activities and enrichment opportunities in Northern Colorado.

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