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Camp Guide Preschool • Arts, Dance and Drama • Science • Nature Center

2018

Rockville Recreation and Parks

Camps open to all Metro-area families

Registration begins Jan. 16 Sports • Specialty • Teen • All-Day Camps


EcoInvestigators

10

7-10

Exploration & Service Camp

10

11-14

Guppy Nature Camp

10

5-7

8/27-8/31

7-9

8/20-8/24

10

8/13-8/17

8-14

Art in the Park

8/6-8/10

10

7/30-8/3

Advanced Survivor Skills

7/23-7/27

5-11

7/16-7/20

5

7/9-7/13

6-12

7/2-7/6

Ages

19

by Location

6/25-6/29

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Programs

6/18-6/22

Camps at a Glance Beall ES – 451 Beall Ave. Summer Playgrounds College Gardens ES – 1700 Yale Place Summer Blast

Croydon Creek Nature Center – 852 Avery Road

Nature Play Camp

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7-10

Nature Service Learning

10

11-14

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Rockville Science Center: Geology & Exploration

9

8-12

RKV Science Ctr: Molecular Biology & Evolution

9

8-12

Rockville Express Baseball

14

6-13

Rockville Express Baseball - Extended Day

14

6-13

Dogwood Park – 800 Monroe St.

Elwood Smith RC – 601 Harrington Drive Summer Blast

5

5-11

Summer Playgrounds (with Extended Play)

19

6-12

7

8-12

19

Summer Playgrounds Tiny Athletes

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6-12

19

6-12

6

3-5

Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventures

11

5-13

Coach Doug AM Blast-off/PM Countdown

11

5-13

13

7-10

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F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre – 603 Edmonston Drive Way Off Broadway

Fallsgrove Park – 700 Fallsgrove Drive Summer Playgrounds Isreal Park – 357 Frederick Ave. 

Julius West MS – 651 Great Falls Road

King Farm Park – 401 Watkins Pond Blvd. 10 and Under Tennis Lakewood ES – 2534 Lindley Terrace Mad Science - Mysteries

8

6-11

Mad Science - Red-Hot Robots

8

7-11

Summer Playgrounds

19

6-12

Summer Blast

5

5-11

Clubhouse Extra

20

6-12

Don’t Forget About August

20

6-13

Future Leaders Camp

15

13-15

Make it Happen Basketball Clinic

13

9-11

School’s Out

20

6-13

Tiny Hoopers Clinic

6

4-6

Lincoln Park CC – 357 Frederick Ave.

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7/23-7/27

7/30-8/3

19

6-12

5

5-11

7

6-12

8/27-8/31

7/16-7/20

8/20-8/24

7/9-7/13

6-12

8/13-8/17

7/2-7/6

19

8/6-8/10

6/25-6/29

6/18-6/22

by Location

Ages

Programs

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Camps at a Glance Montrose CC & Park – 451 Congressional Lane Summer Playgrounds Potomac Woods Park – 2276 Dunster Lane Summer Playgrounds Ritchie Park ES – 1514 Dunster Road Summer Blast

Rockville Senior Center – 1150 Carnation Drive Abrakadoodle - Under the Sea

Abrakadoodle - Yummy Art

7

6-12

Let’s Cook - Snack Attack

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6-10

Let’s Cook - Cupcake Wars

12

6-10

Let’s Cook - Superhero Adventures

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6-10

14

6-14

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Rockville Skate Park – 355 Martins Lane Skateboarding and Swim

Thomas Farm CC – 700 Fallsgrove Drive Abrakadoodle - Let’s Go Camping

6

3-5

Around the World

11

6-10

DEILAB - Lego Invention Camp

9

5-8

DEILAB - RC Racing Academy

9

9-12

Dramatic Kids Camp

7

6-11

Funfit Summer Adventure

6

3-5

Hip Hop and More

7

7-12

Mad Science - Eureka!

8

6-11

Mad Science - Secret Agent Lab

8

6-11

11

7-11

20

5-12

Rockville Science Center: Robotics

9

11-14

Summer Blast

5

5-11

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Thrive Yoga – 1321-B Rockville Pike Thriving Kids Yoga

Twinbrook CRC – 12920 Twinbrook Parkway Last Hurrah

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6-12

14

5-8

Summer Playgrounds

19

6-12

UK Elite International Sports Camp

14

6-12

UK Elite Soccer

14

5-11

UK Elite Soccer - Petite

6

3-4

Gymnastics, Trampoline & Cheer

13

6-16

Parkour Camp

13

7-11

Tumbleweeds

6

4-5

Twinbrook ES – 5911 Ridgway Ave Summer Playgrounds (with Extended Play) Welsh Park – Martins Lane (at Mannakee Street) Tennis and Swim Camp Woodley Gardens Park – 900 Nelson St. 

Xtreme Acro and Cheer – 14702 Southlawn Lane  

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Camps Information

Recreation and Parks Mission Statement

To promote participation by all Rockville citizens in diverse, interesting and high-quality recreational and leisure opportunities in safe, modern, well-maintained parks and facilities.

Camp Certification

The City of Rockville Department of Recreation and Parks strives to maintain the highest quality programs and professional standards. In conjunction with this goal, the camp program is self regulated under the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and undergoes periodic inspections. As a result of this certification, there are specific policies and procedures the city must follow to comply with regulations. All required forms are available at www.rockvillemd.gov/campforms. Note: Forms can be duplicated if your child is attending multiple Abrakadoodle - Let’s Go Camping camps. Abrakdoodle - Under the Sea Participant Health and Information Form Mad Science - Eureka This form will be sent electronically along with other important Mad Science - Secret Agent Lab information and forms prior to the start of each camp session. Let’s Cook - Cupcake Wars Let’s Cook - Super Hero Adventures Be sure to complete and send with your child on the first day of camp. This form also includes important dismissal Exploration Service Camps information.

What’s New

Prescription/Non-Prescription Medication If your child will be taking medication during camp time, specific medical forms must be completed prior to attending. The forms may be obtained by downloading them at www.rockvillemd.gov/campforms or emailing camps@ rockvillemd.gov. These forms must be signed by a physician. Immunizations

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If your child is not currently attending a school in Maryland, you must provide a copy of proper immunizations upon registration. Note: This will apply particularly to those entering kindergarten. Register Early Take advantage of our convenient payment plan. See page 25.

Rates Key:

Prices are listed as Resident Discount/Regular Rate

Reminder

Camps will not meet on Wednesday, July 4


Summer Blast Age: 5-11 7:30 AM-6 PM

Have a blast at this all-day, all-summer fun and active camp! Register by the week or stay all summer long. Enjoy the best in camp games, crafts, sports, gym time, outdoor play, theme weeks and much more! Swimming several times every week and special events add to the excitement. Children will be grouped by age. Early morning and late-afternoon activities offered in a supervised, informal setting. Bring a bag lunch, snack and drink. Register for the eight-week option (nine-week option for Twinbrook CRC) and save. Participants must be age 5 by Sept. 1, 2018. College Gardens Elementary School 3797 6/18-8/10 $1,545/$1,646 3910 6/18-6/22 $225/$239 3818 *6/25-6/29 $180/$195 3822 7/2-7/6 $180/$195 3823 7/9-7/13 $225/$239 3824 7/16-7/20 $225/$239 3825 7/23-7/27 $225/$239 3826 7/30-8/3 $225/$239 3827 8/6-8/10 $225/$239 Fallsmead Elementary School

(location changed due to MCPS facility avaialblity)

3798 3912 3882 3883 3884 3886 3887 3888 3889

6/18-8/10 $1,545/$1,646 6/18-6/22 $225/$239 *6/25-6/29 $180/$195 7/2-7/6 $180/$195 7/9-7/13 $225/$239 7/16-7/20 $225/$239 7/23-7/27 $225/$239 7/30-8/3 $225/$239 8/6-8/10 $225/$239

Ritchie Park Elementary School 3799 6/18-8/10 $1,545/$1,646 3911 6/18-6/22 $225/$239 3829 *6/25-6/29 $180/$195 3830 7/2-7/6 $180/$195 3831 7/9-7/13 $225/$239 3832 7/16-7/20 $225/$239 3833 7/23-7/27 $225/$239 3834 7/30-8/3 $225/$239 3835 8/6-8/10 $225/$239 Twinbrook Community Rec. Center Annex 3796 6/18-8/17 $1,790/$1,910 4000 6/18-6/22 $225/$239 4001 6/25-6/29 $225/$239 4002 7/2-7/6 $180/$195 4003 7/9-7/13 $225/$239 4004 7/16-7/20 $225/$239 4005 7/23-7/27 $225/$239 4006 7/30-8/3 $225/$239 4007 8/6-8/10 $225/$239 4008 8/13-8/17 $225/$239 *No camp on June 26 at MCPS locations due to primary elections. Fees have been prorated.

Sample Daily Schedule

7:30-9 a.m.: Check in, greet friends, supervised free play, low-key activities. 9-9:30 p.m.: Roll call, warm ups, go over the schedule for the day. 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.: Core part of the day, includes games, crafts, outdoor play, sports, lunch, swim time, special events, etc. 3:30 p.m.: Break and snack time. 4-6 p.m.: Board games, outdoor play, supervised free play, gym time and check out.

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Elwood Smith Community Center 3800 8/13-8/17 $225/$239 3801 8/20-8/24 $225/$239

Summer Blast

Rockville’s traditional premiere all-day, summer-long camp.


Preschool Camps

Tiny Hoopers Clinic

Time to get those tiny feet moving on the basketball court. Learn the basics of basketball: dribbling, catching, and passing. Junior-sized basketballs are used for this class. Bring water and wear tennis shoes.

NEW! Abrakadoodle – Let’s Go Camping

Let’s have camping fun without leaving the art room! This art camp takes us to an imaginary world where we hike, build a campfire, create a nature tapestry and learn about wild animals. We learn all about camping by mapping our campground, designing our own camping trailer and “collecting” bugs in a jar. We use our imagination and explore painting, printing, collage, nature tapestry and other art media. We have fun with camping games, creating cool art projects and making new friends without real mosquitoes! Participants must be toilet trained and 3 at the start of the program. Bring a healthy snack and drink. Note: $20 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day of camp.

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Age: 3-5 9 AM-12 PM 4104 6/18-6/22 $180/$199 Thomas Farm CC

Tiny Athletes

Athletes take part in a weeklong minicamp of sports and crafts. Activities include basketball, soccer, running, tumbling, obstacle course and more. Wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes each day. Parents do not attend. This is a drop-off camp. Age: 3-5 10 AM-12 PM 4143 7/9-7/13 $110/$130 Isreal Park (park located behind Lincoln Park CC)

Age: 4-6 5-6 PM 4150 7/16-7/20 $49/$69 Lincoln Park CC

Tumbleweeds

Tumble, jump and laugh! Our youngest campers can jump on the trampoline, interact with other preschoolers and learn basic gymnastics during group games and crafts. Bring a healthy snack and drink, and enjoy a week of fun and exercise. Participants must be toilet trained and age 4 at start of the camp. Age: 4-5 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 3981 7/23-7/27 $149/$159 Xtreme Acro and Cheer

FunFit Summer Adventure

Adventure, excitement and energy is what your child will experience in this action-packed week. Campers explore a new theme each day through active games and play, crafts and imaginative lessons. Our little campers benefit from a small group setting, personal attention and experienced staff. Activities are designed to promote confidence and success, with an emphasis on manners and kindness. Bring a healthy snack and drink. Note: $20 materials fee payable to instructor on first day of camp. Participants must be toilet trained and age 3 at start of camp. This is a drop-off camp — parents do not attend. Age: 3-5 9:30 AM-12 PM 3983 6/25-6/29 $129/$139 Thomas Farm CC

UK Elite Soccer: Petite

Enjoy an introduction to the world of soccer through exciting and stimulating physical activities. Develop better coordination, as well as motor and social skills. Meet new friends and have fun. Participants must be toilet trained and age 3 at start of camp. Bring a healthy snack and drink. Campers must wear shinguards. All campers receive a T-shirt. Age: 3-4 9:30-10:15 AM 4013 6/18-6/22 $99/$109 4076 8/13-8/17 $99/$109 Woodley Gardens Park


Dramatic Kids Camp

Make a big splash and join us for adventures Under the Sea. Campers will learn all about jellyfish, octopuses, dolphins, whales and even mermaids! There’s nothing fishy about using cool tools and materials to create fun paintings, collages, sculptures and more. Campers have oceans of fun designing cool art projects, playing games, reading stories, learning about ecology and examining underwater habitats. So dive in! You won’t get wet but you’ll make some new friends and have tons of FUN under the sea! Note: $20 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day of camp.

Awaken creativity and boost selfconfidence in this theater arts camp that has it all! Campers explore their imaginations and artistic talents by participating in fun, improvisational acting games and theatrical techniques while learning the fundamentals of dramatic storytelling facilitated by our talented Teaching Artists. This camp provides a fun and dynamic space to build confidence, courage and character. A showcase of campers’ original work will be performed for friends and family on the last day of camp! Note: $20 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day of camp.

Age: 6-12 9 AM-12 PM 4067 8/13-8/17 Rockville Senior Center

Age: 6-11 9 AM-3 PM 3973 8/6-8/10 Thomas Farm CC

$180/$190

Note: Register for both camps and bring your lunch!

Abrakadoodle – Yummy Art

Age: 6-12 12:30-3:30 PM 4068 8/13-8/17 Rockville Senior Center

$180/$190

Hip-Hop and More

Get moving and dancing to upbeat music. Experience other dance styles, including jazz, modern and Haitian folk dance as time permits. Wear comfortable clothing: spandex or loose pants; tennis shoes or jazz shoes/ sneakers. Session culminates with a performance on the last day of camp for family and friends. Taught by Sabine Philippe of Dansez! Dansez! Age: 7-12 9:30 AM-2:30 PM 3990 6/18-6/22 3991 7/23-7/27 Thomas Farm CC

$195/$210 $195/$210

Lights! Camera! Action! Learn the various aspects of performing and theater arts in this introductory program. Theater games, improvisation, character makeup, costumes, mime and more give campers a real theater experience. A behind-the-scenes tour of a working theater and a chance to work the technical aspects of the production provide a unique experience. Each session culminates in a performance for family and friends on the last day of the session. Note: the beforeand after-care hours of the longer day option consists of outdoor play, games and free play in a supervised setting. Bring a snack and drink. Age: 8-12 8 AM-5:30 PM 4070 6/18-6/29 $555/$579 4069 7/2-7/13 $499/$519 4071 7/16-7/27 $555/$579 9 AM-3 PM 4072 6/18-6/29 $415/$439 4073 7/2-7/13 $375/$395 4074 7/16-7/27 $415/$439 F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre & Social Hall

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Get your spoon and paintbrush ready — we’re going to create art! From cupcake design to mosaics with food, to chocolate syrup painting — it’s all about the wonderful world of food art. We’ll build spaghetti sculptures, learn about food artists such as Vic Muniz and more. We’ll even make some of our own incredible edibles! Note: $20 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day of camp. Most projects are not edible.

$285/$295

Way Off Broadway

Arts, Dance and Drama

NEW! Abrakadoodle – Under the Sea


Science Camps

Mad Science

Mad Science is the world’s leading science enrichment provider. This camp offers unique, hands-on experiences that are entertaining as well as educational. The camp encourages scientific literacy in children of all ages. Science is as vital as reading, writing and arithmetic.

Science Mysteries

Explore mysteries of the earth, space, sports, secret codes, and the animal world. As young astronauts, we explore the mysteries of the solar system and learn how astronauts live and work in space. Use Morse code to send secret messages to your friends. We’ll learn the basics about water pollution, acid rain, and the benefits of solar energy. Get in touch with nature by recycling your own garbage and making your own paper to take home. Learn about animal tracks and discover the relationships between science and sports, including what football players, scientists and ballet dancers have in common! Age: 6-11 9 AM-4 PM 3994 6/18-6/22 $345/$355 Lakewood Elementary School

Red-Hot Robots

Learn about the uses of robots in the world. Spend time playing with our super cool red-hot robots. Use your skills to build your own working robot that you’ll take home to live with you. Campers build a robot automaton over the course of the week to take home, experiment with robot programming, learn about circuitry, and much more! Campers play with robots that can see and hear. Everyone will have fun playing our robot game. Age: 7-11 9 AM-4 PM 3996 *6/25-6/29 $276/$284 Lakewood Elementary School *No camp on June 26. Fees prorated.

NEW! Eureka!

Creative Contraption Warning! This is a camp designed by you - the Inventor! Each day you’ll be given a series of challenges that must be overcome by using materials, simple machines, tips from worldfamous inventors and the most important thing of all – your mind. With a little bit of ingenuity you’ll construct catapults and forts and then lay siege, fabricate a winning egg drop design, play with a dancing robot and assemble a working light saber to take home. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration, this camp is 100 percent fun! Age: 6-11 9 AM-4 PM 3999 8/13-8/17 $345/$355 Thomas Farm CC

NEW! Secret Agent Lab

Purchase a community center membership and drop in before and after camp. Look for a highlighting half-day and full-day camps that are eligible for a center membership for added convenience.

Suspects! Schematics! Sleuths! Connect the dots using science to help solve a crime in this hands-on investigation of science sleuthing. Uncover the science involved in evidence gathering, analysis and fingerprinting detection. Enhance your recall and observation skills, and learn how to use spy equipment.

Annual Membership Prices TFCC $35R/$50NR 6 a.m.-7 p.m. TCRC $30R/$45NR 6 a.m.-7 p.m. LPCC $30R/$40NR 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

Age: 6-11 9 AM-4 PM 4011 8/20-8/24 $345/$355 Thomas Farm CC

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Make a Day of It

Children must be 8 years old to be at the center without parental supervision. Children are not directly supervised by center staff.


DEILAB S.T.E.A.M

DEILAB – LEGO Invention Camp

This applied STEAM lab unlocks the power of innovation through Lego-based design, engineering and architectural design. Campers become engaged in hands-on projects that may include building pullback cars, robots, cities, modern art, towers, airplanes and more, while learning real-life application in the critical areas of science, technology, engineering, the arts and math (STEAM). Age: 5-8 9 AM-12 PM 3993 8/6-8/10 $235/$250 Thomas Farm CC

DEILAB – RC Racing Academy

Age: 9-12 1-4 PM 3992 8/6-8/10 $260/$275 Thomas Farm CC

Geology and Exploration

Explore a creek that carved valleys into rock, created waterfalls and toppled trees. Learn how to conduct field measurements and experience a place where the liquid, solid and gaseous parts of the Earth interact with each other. Camp does not meet on 7/4. Age: 8-12 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 4102 7/2-7/5 $125/$145 Croydon Creek Nature Center

Robotics Camp

Discover what it means to be a scientist while you investigate evolution and molecular biology using hands-on experiments and current scientific technology. Camp does not meet on 7/4.

Robotics is ideal for girls and boys who love to build things and want to learn mechanical and programming concepts. Campers are grouped in small teams and create their robots using Lego Mindstorms robotics kits. They program their robots to solve a series of challenges, culminating in a competition on the last day of camp.

Age: 8-12 1-4 PM 4105 7/2-7/5 $125/$145 Croydon Creek Nature Center

Age: 11-14 1-4 PM 3987 8/6-8/17 $225/$235 Twinbrook CRC

Molecular Biology and Evolution

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DEILAB Radio Controlled Racing Academy is a hands-on program that provides in-depth exposure to the science and excitement of racing. Campers build the cars from thousands of pieces into lightning-fast race cars. Under the guidance of trained instructors, campers learn through a curriculum that integrates complex building skills and strategies for innovation.

Science Camps

DEILAB awakens the design, engineering and innovative skills and talents of campers with our curriculum of collaborative design projects and challenges. The laboratory environment of DEILAB programs is structured to enhance curiosity and ignite ingenuity.


Croydon Creek Camps

Croydon Creek Nature Center 852 Avery Road (off Baltimore Road), Rockville, MD 20851 240-314-8770

Interested in animals that creep, crawl and flap? Meet the critters that call Croydon Creek home and explore the exciting natural world. Hands-on activities, experiments, hikes and crafts are all in a day’s fun.

Using various art methods and media, campers explore the Civic Center Park to find inspiration and create works of art inspired by nature. Dress for a mess. Be prepared to have fun and get creative! Age: 7-9 9 AM-3 PM 4103 7/30-8/3

EcoInvestigators Camp

Age: 7-10 9 AM-3 PM 4097 6/25-6/29 4098 7/23-7/27

$225/$255 $225/$255

NEW! Exploration & Service Camp

Spend the last few days of summer exploring our area and earning Student Service Learning (SSL) hours. Participants spend two days of camp adventuring on field trips that put them in the treetops and flying through the air. The other two days of camp are spent participating in volunteer projects. Each person receives 12 SSL hours total. Age: 11-14 9 AM-4 PM 4147 8/27-8/30

Age: 5-7 9 AM-3 PM 4092 6/25-6/29 $205/$245 4093 7/23-7/27 $205/$245 4094 8/6-8/10 $205/$245 9 AM-12 PM 4095 7/9-7/13 $105/$125

$225/$255

Curious about creatures? Fascinated by forests? Crazy about creeks? This camp is for you! Spend your days investigating local habitats through a variety of activities, field studies and projects. Time is spent outdoors. Camp may include an off-site field trip.

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Guppy Nature Camp

Art in the Park

$275/$325

Nature Play Camp

Make the most of the first few days of summer break by spending it outdoors at Croydon Creek. Each day provides participants with opportunities to connect with nature through naturalistled activities, as well as unstructured, open-ended discovery and creative play. Age: 7-10 9 AM-3 PM 4101 6/18-6/22 $225/$255

Advanced Survivor Camp

This course takes nature exploration to a whole new level. Campers use increasingly complicated scenarios such as being lost, accidents in remote places, dealing with natural disasters (including the zombie apocalypse) to develop real survival, disaster response and primitive skills. Taught by an experienced survival and primitive skills practitioner, this camp emphasizes teamwork and leadership. Age: 8-10 9 AM-4 PM 4100 8/13-8/17 $325/$385 Age: 10-14 9 AM-4 PM 4091 8/20-8/24 $325/$385

Nature Service Learning Camp Have fun at Croydon Creek while earning Student Service Learning (SSL) hours. Participants investigate local environmental issues each morning. In the afternoon they complete an ecofriendly volunteer project. Each person receives 20 SSL hours total.

Age: 11-14 9 AM-3 PM 4096 7/16-7/20 $230/$260

Reminder

Remember to turn in all required forms on the first day of camp.


Around the World

Age: 6-10 9 AM-3 PM 4085 7/9-7/13 $225/$250 4086 7/16-7/20 $225/$250 Thomas Farm CC

Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventures

A Coach Doug camp that combines sports and space science with a focus on team-building! We offer space and rocket-building labs, art projects, games and computer modules. Campers learn astronomy facts while having fun and build skills with a variety of noncompetitive sports. Every camper has a chance to build and launch a model rocket. Note: $10 activities fee payable to instructor on first day of camp. Age: 5-13 9 AM-3:30 PM 4087 7/23-7/27 $215/$225 4088 7/30-8/3 $215/$225 Julius West Middle School

Thriving Kids Yoga

Celebrate natural movement, creativity, self-expression and the joy of hanging out (or upside down). Yoga camp introduces yoga in creative ways. Campers enjoy yoga to develop strength, balance, flexibility and confidence, as well as meditation, exploring music, and arts and crafts.

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Coach Doug AM Blast-Off

Take advantage of an early drop-off for Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventure. Campers enjoy low-key activities until the camp day starts. Age: 5-13 7-9 AM 4064 7/23-7/27 $39/$49 4009 7/30-8/3 $39/$49 Julius West Middle School

Coach Doug PM Countdown

After-camp care offers low-key activities and games. Campers should bring a snack and drink. Available to campers in Coach Doug Summer Camp Adventures. Age: 5-13 3:30-6 PM 4062 7/23-7/27 $49/$53 4063 7/30-8/3 $49/$53 Julius West Middle School

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Age: 7-11 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 4222 7/9-7/13 $225/$235 Thrive Yoga

Specialty Camps

Travel on adventures that take you to a different country each day. Campers learn about the foods, art, dance, geography, music, customs, landmarks and more of specific countries through games, crafts, cooking projects, dance and creative dramatics. Each session includes a guest speaker and field trip. Bring a lunch, snack and drink each day. Wear play clothes and athletic shoes.


Specialty Camps

NEW! Let’s Cook Cupcake Wars

Come Visit

our Recreation Summer Camp Booth!

When?

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Jan. 28 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where? Montgomery County Camp and Summer Fun Expo at the Hilton Hotel, 1750 Rockville Pike

Cupcakes are all the rage and it’s a trend that’s clearly here to stay! If you’ve ever been curious about how the pros make those cupcakes so precious and ornate, and if competition is your middle name, then this is the week for you! We’ll spend three days on cupcake basics-measuring, mixing, baking, and frosting, and then finish the week with two days of baking battle! Small teams face off with one another to compete for the title of “Best Cupcake!” May the best cupcake win! Campers receive an apron to decorate during the week of camp, and an electronic cookbook of the recipes they created! Age: 6-10 9 AM-3 PM 3982 6/18-6/22 $379/$389 Rockville Senior Center

Let’s Cook Snack Attack!

This week, campers push the limits on the snack concept and prepare a variety of wholesome, delicious, and unique nibbles. This is not your mother’s PB&J! Chefs prepare a variety of bite-sized munchies like Panko chicken bites with fruity mustard dipping sauce, blueberry crumble bars, pesto pasta with summer veggies, and more. No one will go hungry this week! Campers receive an apron to decorate during the week of camp and an electronic cookbook of the recipes they created! Age: 6-10 9 AM-3 PM 3976 6/25-6/29 $379/$389 Rockville Senior Center

NEW! Let’s Cook Superhero Adventures

Superheroes have to eat too, so campers are going to figure out and make their favorite character’s meals! Does Spider-Man like make-your-own spider-web pizza best? Does Hulk like our smashing mac and cheese with broccoli because it has green in it or would he and Iron Man share some Captain America’s apple pie? After spending several days creating heroic menus, campers close out the week by designing their own superhero and deciding what their favorite food will be. Come join us for some superhero culinary adventures! Campers receive an apron to decorate during the week of camp and an electronic cookbook of the recipes they created! Age: 6-10 9 AM-3 PM 3984 7/9-7/13 $379/$389 Rockville Senior Center


Make It Happen Basketball Clinic

Sports Camps

This basketball program features techniques and drills that will turn you into a complete player. Learn the fundamentals and increase your speed and footwork with special speed and agility training. Program is taught by an instructor who played overseas with and against some of the NBA’s finest players, and who currently plays for a semi-professional basketball team. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. Basketballs are provided. Age: 9-11 6:30-7:30 PM 4146 7/23-7/27 $59/$79 Lincoln Park CC

10 and Under Tennis Camp

Learn the game of tennis in a new and easy format developed by the USTA. This program uses balls and courts sized for kids so they learn skills and rally, play and enjoy the game right from the start. All skill levels welcome. Participants must bring a tennis racquet. A water bottle, sunscreen and hat are recommended. Bring a daily snack. Age: 7-10 9-11:30 AM 3980 6/18-6/22 $175/$195 King Farm Park

Gymnastics, Trampoline & Cheer Learn basic gymnastics, tumbling and trampoline skills. Introductory acrobatic gymnastics skills are also taught. Cheerleading focuses on motions, jumps, cheers and dance. Group games are also a part of each day. All levels of ability are welcome. A performance of all skills learned is presented at the end of each week.

Parkour students learn how to negotiate a variety of obstacles while performing a series of rolls, jumps, climbs and flips. While learning this movement style, students are taught safe and proper gymnastic techniques such as handstands, cartwheels and vaulting skills. Age: 7-11 9:30 AM-3:30 PM 4066 7/9-7/13 $220/$230 4080 8/13-8/17 $220/$230 Xtreme Acro and Cheer

Reminder

Camps will not meet on Wednesday, July 4

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Age: 6-16 9:30 AM-3:30 PM 4061 6/18-6/22 $220/$230 4065 7/16-7/20 $220/$230 Xtreme Acro and Cheer

Parkour Camp


Sports Camps

UK Elite Soccer

Rockville Express Baseball

Learn the fundamentals of baseball or hone advanced skills with Rockville Express coaches and college allstars. Designed for all ability levels, the camp focuses on comprehensive skill development in hitting, pitching, fielding, catching, base running and teamwork. Campers are grouped by age and skill level, and compete in daily games and other baseball activities. Campers must provide a baseball glove and water bottle; all other equipment is provided. Campers receive a free pass to attend a Rockville Express home game. PM Extended Day option (3-5:30 p.m.) is available for registration with this program. Note: Camp meets in light rain but may be cancelled in bad weather. Age: 6-13 9 AM-3 PM 3995 6/25-6/29 $199/$205 Dogwood Park

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Rockville Express Baseball Extended Day

This Extended Day option is available for participants registered in the Rockville Express Baseball Camp. Campers enjoy various activities such as active play and board games in a slightly less structured atmosphere. Bring a snack and drink. Age: 6-13 3-5:30 PM 4010 6/25-6/29 $45/$52 Dogwood Park

UK Elite International Sports Camp

UK Elite International Sport Camp brings together many of the world’s favorite games. Come join UK Elite’s international coaching staff and learn a variety of different and new sports, such as soccer, rugby, cricket and handball, as well as some familiar favorites like football, lacrosse, and Ultimate Frisbee. Age: 6-12 9 AM-4 PM 4014 8/20-8/24 Woodley Gardens Park

$254/$264

Skateboarding and Swim

Learn to skateboard or improve your skills. Join Rockville’s crew as you learn to push, ride, ollie, kickflip, grind and drop-in. Skate park etiquette and safety is a priority. Skaters must bring a skateboard, helmet, knee and elbow pads, wrist guards, water and snack. After a great skateboarding session, cool off for a few hours at the Rockville pool. This camp is weather dependent. Any missed dates will be made up on Friday. Age: 7-14 9 AM-3 PM 3967 7/9-7/12 $225/$235 3968 7/16-7/19 $225/$235 3969 7/23-7/26 $225/$235 Rockville Skate Park

Welcome to a fun environment that stimulates learning, developing, practicing and polishing soccer skills. UK Elite Soccer’s STEP2Success curriculum provides children with age specific training based on the use of maximum activity and highly stimulating practices and games. Each day begins with the move of the day and ends with a mini-World Cup tournament! The focus is creating a fun learning environment in which children learn and improve their skills. Instruction is provided by professional British coaches and teachers. All participants receive a T-shirt and evaluation by a trainer. Participants are divided by ages for participation. Age: 5-11 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 4081 6/18-6/22 4082 8/13-8/17 Woodley Gardens Park

$180/$190 $180/$190

Tennis and Swim

Enjoy an active morning filled with tennis, swimming and fun. Campers have tennis lessons and practice time. Afterwards, they go to the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center to cool off in the pool. Enjoy the water slide, splash playground and more. Participants must bring a tennis racket. A hat/visor, sunscreen and water bottle are recommended. Camp meets Monday through Thursday. Raindate is Friday, June 29. Age: 5-8 9:30 AM-12:30 PM 4079 6/25-6/28 $165/$175 Welsh Park


Age: 13-15 9 AM-3 PM 3789 3790 Lincoln Park CC

6/25-7/6 $215/$239 7/9-7/20 $239/$265

Are you great with children? Are you enthusiastic and energetic? Do you want to have a great summer experience? Apply Now for Summer 2018 Camps and Playgrounds Most programs run for eight weeks, about 35 hours per week. • Plan and teach sports and games • Outdoor activities • Arts and crafts • Special events • Swimming • Theme weeks and more!

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Future Leaders Camp is open to teens looking to have fun while learning leadership skills. FLC provides fun, interactive workshops, games and activities designed to prepare teens to volunteer and/or work in a camp setting (or their first job). Workshops include communication, teamwork, leadership activities and more. A team-building trip is included in the cost. Participants also have the opportunity to earn up to 30 SSL hours at a City of Rockville program. FLC participants are given priority after returning LIT’s during the LIT placement process. The Future Leaders Camp and LIT program are considered job training, and thus participants are placed where needed, not always where participants request. Payment plans and financial assistance are available.

Teen Camps

We Want You!


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Teen Camps


Playgrounds June 25-Aug. 2, 2018

Ages 6-12 240-314-8620

playgrounds@rockvillemd.gov

Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

$219/$295

Join us for a summer full of fun

Meet new friends, enjoy sports, crafts, playground games and water activities

Playground Locations

*Extended hours available at several locations. Beall Elementary School

Elwood Smith Community Center

Fallsgrove Park

*Isreal Park

Fallsmead Elementary School

Montrose Community Center and Park

Potomac Woods Park

*Twinbrook Elementary School

Woodley Gardens Park

Participants must have completed kindergarten to register for this program.

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Playgrounds June 25-Aug. 2, 2018

Ages 6-12 240-314-8620

playgrounds@rockvillemd.gov

SIGN-UP for your Playground site. Choose from one of nine locations. REGISTER for your Playground Extras – Add on activities enhance your playground experience. These optional activities require advance registration. Children must be registered for their playground site to be eligible to register for a playground extra.

Playground Extras:

Field trips include staff supervision, entrance fees and bus transportation to and from the playground site Recreational Swim – Cool off in the pool during community swim time at the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center; 3 trips included per session, each trip is one and a half hours. Register for one or two sessions per site. Zava Zone Trip – This exciting indoor facility includes ropes courses, trampolines, climbing walls and zip lines. Trip includes two hours of unlimited access to the arena. Soccer Aces – Our Sports Specialist visits each site and delivers four sessions highlighting different soccer skills including ball control, passing, defensive strategies and shooting techniques. All skill levels welcome.

Extend Your Playground Hours:

Extended Play – Crafts, games and low-key activities are held from 8-9:30 a.m. and 3:30-6 p.m. at two locations: Elwood Smith Recreation Center and Twinbrook Elementary School. Extended Play program is only available for participants registered at these locations. Clubhouse Extra – A fun recreational program from 3:30-6:30 p.m. for school-aged children at Lincoln Park Community Center. Children registered at Isreal Park playground program are walked to program. Children at other sites are welcome but transportation is not provided.

Playgrounds Recreational Swim Zava Zone Field Trip $219/$295

$30/$35

Extended Play $99/$135

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$35/$40

Clubhouse Extra $80/$120

Soccer Aces $25/$30


Details and Course Numbers Fallsmead ES (No program 6/26)

Beall ES (No program 6/26) Playground Monday-Friday 3764 Recreational Swim

Mondays, 7/9–7/23

3891

Recreational Swim

Wednesdays, 7/11–7/25

3901

Soccer Aces

Thursdays, 7/5-7/26

3812

Zava Zone Field Trip

Friday, 7/20

3954

Montrose Community Center and Park

Elwood Smith Community Center Playground Monday-Friday 3765 Recreational Swim

Mondays, 7/9–7/23

3892

Recreational Swim

Wednesdays, 7/11–7/25

3902

Soccer Aces

Fridays, 6/29-7/27

3813

Zava Zone Field Trip

Friday, 7/20

3955

Extended Play (8 – 9:30 a.m. & 3:30 - 6 p.m.)

Playground Monday-Friday 3768 Recreational Swim Mondays, 7/9–7/23 3895 Recreational Swim Wednesdays, 7/11–7/25 3904 Soccer Aces Tuesdays, 7/3-7/24 3815 Zava Zone Field Trip Friday, 7/20 3960

3977

Fallsgrove Park

(Outdoor park location) located next to Thomas Farm Comm. Ctr. Playground Monday-Friday 3766 Recreational Swim

Mondays, 7/9–7/23

3894

Recreational Swim

Wednesdays, 7/11–7/25

3903

Soccer Aces

Thursdays, 7/5-7/26

3819

Zava Zone Field Trip

Friday, 7/20

3958

Isreal Park

(Outdoor park location) located behind Lincoln Park Comm. Ctr. Playground Monday-Friday 3767 Recreational Swim

Tuesdays, 7/10–7/24

3897

Recreational Swim

Thursdays, 7/12–7/26

3906

Soccer Aces

Wednesdays, 6/27-7/25

3814

Zava Zone Field Trip

Friday, 7/20

3959

Clubhouse Extra

(3:30 – 6:30 p.m.)

4099

Playground Monday-Friday 3769 Recreational Swim Tuesdays, 7/10–7/24 3898 Recreational Swim Thursdays, 7/12–7/26 3907 Soccer Aces Mondays, 7/2-7/23 3816 Zava Zone Field Trip Friday, 7/20 3961

Potomac Woods Park

(Outdoor park location) Playground Monday-Friday 3770 Recreational Swim Mondays, 7/9–7/23 3896 Recreational Swim Wednesdays, 7/11–7/25 3905 Soccer Aces Tuesdays, 7/3-7/24 3817 Zava Zone Field Trip Friday, 7/20 3962

Twinbrook ES (No program 6/26) Playground Monday-Friday 3771 Recreational Swim Tuesdays, 7/10–7/24 3899 Recreational Swim Thursdays, 7/12–7/26 3908 Soccer Aces Wednesdays, 6/27-7/25 3820 Zava Zone Field Trip Friday, 7/20 3963 Extended Play (8 – 9:30 a.m. & 3:30 - 6 p.m.) 3978

Woodley Gardens Park

(Outdoor park location) Playground Monday-Friday 3772 Recreational Swim Tuesdays, 7/10–7/24 3900 Recreational Swim Thursdays, 7/12–7/26 3909 Soccer Aces Mondays, 7/2-7/23 3821 Zava Zone Field Trip Friday, 7/20 3964

Note: Lakewood ES location moved to Fallsmeade ES due to facility availability.

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Extra Fun Camps

Extended Summer Options

School’s Out

Why Choose Rockville Camps?

School’s out, let the fun begin. Join your peers and kick your summer off right. Take part in sports and games, arts and crafts and field trip. Bring a bag lunch and wear comfortable clothing. Age: 6-13 9 AM-5 PM 4142 6/18-6/22 $124/$144 Lincoln Park CC

Clubhouse Extra

Clubhouse Extra is an extended-day program that is safe and structured for all school-aged campers. Activities include afternoon crafts, sports, games and snack. No program on 7/4 and 8/3.

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Age: 6-12 3:30-6:30 PM 4099 6/25-8/2 Lincoln Park CC

Our camp staff is selected based on: • reference and background checks, including fingerprinting • experience and enthusiasm • desire and ability to work well with children Our camp staff training includes: • certifications including CPR, First Aid and Medication Administration • safety procedures • techniques in working well with children and proper supervision • creative planning • skills development

$80/$120

Summer Blast Extended

Have a blast at this all-day, fun and active camp! Wrap up the summer enjoying the best in camp games, crafts, sports and outdoor play. Swimming several times a week and special theme weeks add to the excitement. Children will be grouped by age. Early morning and late-afternoon activities offered in a supervised, informal setting. Bring a bag lunch, snack and drink. Participants must be age 5 by Sept. 1, 2018. Age: 5-11 7:30 AM-6 PM 3800 8/13-8/17 $225/$239 3801 8/20-8/24 $225/$239 Elwood Smith Community Center

Don’t Forget About August

Join us before summer ends as we engage in different activities. During these one-week camps, children participate in structured sports and games, arts and crafts, group projects and field trips. Lunch is included in the fee. Age: 6-13 9 AM-5 PM 4140 8/6-8/10 4141 8/13-8/17 Lincoln Park CC

$190/$210 $190/$210

Last Hurrah

Looking for something fun to do at the end of the summer? Take part in crafts, organized games, sports and other fun activities. Wear play clothes and tennis shoes. Bring a drink, lunch, and snack. Age: 5-12 8:30 AM-5:30 PM 4089 8/20-8/24 $230/$245 4090 8/27-8/31 $230/$245 Twinbrook Community Rec. Center Annex


Camps................................................ camps@rockvillemd.gov Playgrounds............................playgrounds@rockvillemd.gov Rec. Programs (Info. Line).................................240-314-5023 Classes, Camps, Playgrounds...........................240-314-8620 Croydon Creek Nature Center.......................240-314-8770 naturecenter@rockvillemd.gov Directions Line: Civic Center.........................................................240-314-5004 Senior Center...................................................... 240-314-5019 Lincoln Park Community Center.....................240-314-8780 LPCC@rockvillemd.gov Parks and Facilities Maintenance.....................240-314-8700 Park and Picnic Rentals......................................240-314-8660 Recreation and Parks Administration ...........240-314-8600 Rockville Skate Park...........................................240-314-8620 Rockville Civic Center Park: Art Gallery.......................................................240-314-8682 Glenview Mansion...........................................240-314-8660 F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre Box Office......240-314-8690 Rockville Swim and Fitness Center................240-314-8750 Rockville Senior Center................................... 240-314-8800 Sports Line (Info. Line)......................................240-314-5055 Thomas Farm Community Center................. 240-314-8840 ThomasFarm@rockvillemd.gov Twinbrook Community Rec. Center............. 240-314-8830 Kisreal@rockvillemd.gov TTY (City Hall) .................................................. 240-314-8137 Fax: Recreation Division...................................240-314-8659

Whether you need full-time childcare all summer or just a few weeks of enrichment or want an affordable drop-in program now and then, we have it all. Our programs allow families to work around vacations, summer school and other obligations. No matter what program you choose, all staff undergo a variety of trainings and screenings, including CPR, first aid and background checks including fingerprinting. We also provide training in how to effectively supervise children, program planning and safety procedures.

Summer Blast

· Serves as full-day structured childcare, with before and after care included. · Flexible, register by the week or the whole summer. · Convenience, operates from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily at four convenient locations. · Small groups and low staff-to-camper ratio. · Theme weeks, games, sports, arts and crafts, swimming, and special activities included in fee. · Sessions begin after school ends and run through the month of August.

Summer Playgrounds

· Neighborhood locations throughout the city. · Playground hours are 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. · Extended-day options at Elwood Smith, Lincoln Park and Twinbrook ES (limited space available). · Weekly themes, games, crafts, sports and water activities. · Swim, soccer, and field trip available for additional fees. · Six week program, June 25- Aug. 2.

Specialty Camps

· Small groups and low staff-to-camper ratio. · Fees ranges depending on activity and supply costs. · Learn about cooking, soccer, dance, art, drama, Robotics, LEGO STEM, gymnastics, science, nature and more. · You pick, full day or half day, one or two weeks, depending on the program. · Various sessions throughout the summer.

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Special Events Line (Info. Line) .......................240-314-5022

We’ve Got your Summer Covered!

Contact Information

Contact Information


Financial Assistance

Program Information Financial Assistance Rockville Youth Recreation Fund Ages 18 and younger A limited amount of scholarships for program fees are available for residents of the City of Rockville. The participant must pay $15 toward each program fee, unless otherwise specified. The fund will cover the balance of the fees, up to $100 maximum per person, per session (fall, winter, spring, summer); $150 maximum per youth for the camp session; $1,000 maximum per family, per year as funds permit. Any remaining balance must be paid by the participant. Financial assistance must be applied for in-person at the time of registration.

Documents Needed for Financial Assistance:

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Participants must provide proof of Rockville residency and verification of any of the following:

Camp Certification The City of Rockville Department of Recreation and Parks strives to maintain the highest-quality programs and professional standards. In conjunction with this goal, the camp program is self regulated under the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and undergoes periodic inspections. As a result of this certification, there are specific policies and procedures the city must follow to comply with regulations. All required forms are available at www.rockvillemd.gov/ campforms. Note: Forms can be duplicated if your child is attending multiple camps. • Participant Health and Information Form This form will be sent electronically along with other important information and forms prior to the start of each camp session. Be be sure to complete and send with your child on the first day of camp. This form also includes important dismissal information.

• Award letter from Maryland Dept. of Human Resources/Montgomery County Dept. of Social Services verifying eligibility for Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA), Food Stamps (SNAP), Transitional Emergency Medical and Housing Assistance (TEMHA). The letter must indicate eligibility period and names of household members receiving benefits. • Proof of Medical Assistance from Montgomery County Dept. of Social Services. Form to be received from county offices.

• Prescription/Non-Prescription Medication

• Proof participant resides in a shelter: Letter from shelter dated within a month of application and, if applicable, listing dependents living at shelter.

If your child is not currently attending a school in Maryland, you must provide a copy of proper immunizations upon registration. Note: This will apply particularly to those entering kindergarten.

• Proof of Rental Assistance: Public Housing, HUD Section 8 Housing, HOC (MPDU not accepted for applicants purchasing a home). This must be a current document that names the eligible tenants from the agency providing assistance. • Supplemental Security Income: Document must be dated within one year of application.

If your child will be taking medication during camp time, specific medical forms must be completed prior to attending. The forms may be obtained by downloading them at www.rockvillemd.gov/campforms or emailing camps@rockvillemd.gov. These forms must be signed by a physician. • Immunizations

Any questions? EMAIL US AT

registration@rockvillemd.gov


Program Changes

Due to circumstances behond our control, we may change or move a program to an alternate site or change the start date of a program. Parents will be notified of any changes.

Locations

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Camp locations may be changed due to facility availability and MCPS scheduling. Participants will be notified. Most indoor locations are air-conditioned, except MCPS gyms.

Swimming

Most campers will have a recreational swim period at Rockville Swim and Fitness Center on designated days. Specific information will be included in the Camp Information Packet, which will be emailed approximately 10 days prior to the start of camp. Make sure your email is current in our system.

Photos

Holiday

The department reserves the right to photograph and video programs and participants for publicity purposes.

Camp will not be held Wednesday, July 4. The fees have been prorated.

Camp Closure

Rain Days/ Red Zone Days Most camps are held rain, shine or Red Zone days. On Red Zone days, outdoor programs provide low-key activities, water breaks and rest periods. Camp dismissal sites will remain as scheduled. Call 240-314-5023 for updated recorded information.

Lunch, Snacks and Drinks

When you’re in Rockville, you’re in the: Respect for yourself. Respect for others. Responsibility for your actions. City of Rockville Department of Recreation and Parks

Call 240-314-5023 for pre-recorded information on the status of camp in the event of weather or other emergency. If camp has to be cancelled due to weather-related circumstances or any other reason beyond our control, we will work to provide camp services at an alternate location. If that is not possible, camp will be cancelled.

Camp Information Packet

Specific details, a schedule of a typical day including swim days and Participant Health and Information forms will be emailed to each registrant approximately 10 days prior to the start of each camp session. • Make sure your email is current in our system. • Your child must bring the necessary forms on the first day of each session. • Forms may also be downloaded at www.rockvillemd.gov/campforms. • Participant Health and Information form is fillable online, so parents can complete once and then print as needed for multiple camps.

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Campers must bring a lunch, a snack and drink. Healthy choices and reusable containers are encouraged. No glass containers. Campers are not permitted to purchase any food at the pool snack bar. Note: Refrigeration is not available at most sites.

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Program Information

Program Information


Bridget Donnell Newton, Mayor Councilmembers Beryl L. Feinberg, Virginia D. Onley, Julie Palakovich Carr, Mark Pierzchala Robert DiSpirito, City Manager Tim Chesnutt, Director of Recreation and Parks Chris Henry, Deputy Director of Recreation and Parks Andy Lett, Superintendent of Recreation Steve Mader, Superintendent of Parks and Facilities

Satisfaction Guarantee The Department of Recreation and Parks is committed to providing quality programs and facilities. If you are unhappy with a camp program, we want to know! We will suggest another program for your child to try, or if you prefer, we will give you a credit. That’s our “Customer Satisfaction Guarantee” to you.

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We encourage individuals with disabilities to register and participate in Rockville recreation programs. To adequately plan for a successful and rewarding experience, contact our office at 240-314-8620 to secure auxiliary services and aides. For additional therapeutic program opportunities, contact Montgomery County Department of Recreation at 240-777-6870; TTY 240-777-6974. Upon request, this publication will be made available in alternate formats by contacting the ADA Coordinator at 240-3148108; TTY 240-314-8137.

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General Information

Help Send A Kid to Camp!

Please send your tax deductible gift to:

200-B Monroe St., Rockville, MD 20850 www.rrpfi.org • 240-314-8867

Name:_____________________________________ Address:_______________________________ Email:_________________________________ Phone:_________________________________ This gift in in honor/memory of: _________________________________________


Register Early

Many of our camps fill quickly! So if you want your first choice, we encourage early registration.

Registration Registration begins Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 8:30 a.m. via online, mail-in, fax and drop-off registration. All registrations received before Jan. 16 will be processed beginning Jan. 16.

Payment Plans

Register early to take full advantage of the payment plan options: Summer Camps: Jan. 16-March 31 • The payment plan divides the amount due into four payments. • A portion of the fees are due at the time of registration with the remaining payments due on April 2, May 1 and June 1. Summer Camps: April 1-May 31 • The payment plan divides the amount due into two payments. • A portion of the fees are due at the time of registration with the remaining payment due on June 1.

How To Register

• Complete the Registration Form (one for each child). • Registration Form may be duplicated. • Separate payment is necessary for each family. Each registration is processed separately. Every effort will be made to accommodate requests that children be placed together, though there is no guarantee.

Payment must be made upon registration using Visa, MasterCard or check, made payable to the City of Rockville. Note: There is a $35 returned check charge. See Payment Plan for additional information. Registrations cannot be transferred from one child to another.

Four Easy Ways to Register! 1. Online: www.rockvillemd.gov/registration

(Credit card registrations only)

2. Fax to:

240-314-8659 (Credit card payments only)

Summer Playgrounds Jan. 16-May 31 • The payment plan divides the amount due into two payments. • A portion of the fees are due at the time of registration with the remaining payment due on June 1. • Payment plans are not available for Playground Extras.

3. Mail to:

To sign up for the payment plan option, select the payment plan option online during check-out or check the payment plan box on the registration form.

4. Walk-In:

Department of Recreation and Parks City of Rockville, 111 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD 20850 Attn: Registration Desk Checks payable to City of Rockville • Rockville City Hall • Rockville Swim and Fitness Center • Rockville Senior Center • Croydon Creek Nature Center • Lincoln Park Community Center • Thomas Farm Community Center • Twinbrook Community Recreation Center

It is important your family account has an accurate email address. To view your email address we have listed, log-in to your recreation account at www.rockvillemd.gov/registration. Click on Account tab and then Contact Preferences to view your email address.

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• A debit or credit card is necessary to access the payment plan option. • This option must be selected at the time of registration. • Payment plans are not available after June 1. • Outstanding balances after June 4, 2018 could result in the child being withdrawn from the program.

Registration Information

Registration Information


Registration Information

Registration Information Registration Deadlines

Register early! Get your first choice camps and avoid being put on a waiting list. • The registration deadline for most camps is two weeks prior to the start of the program. • Programs may be canceled if registration is insufficient. If a program is canceled, you will be contacted and you may then select an alternate program, request a credit or refund.

Age Requirement

Participation in most programs is based on child’s age as of Sept. 1, 2018 (per MCPS). Note: Most preschool camps require that children be the appropriate age at the start of the camp. See specific camp descriptions for details.

Camp Confirmation

Notification of camp status will be emailed within one week of registration for those registering via fax or mail. Make sure your email is current in our system.

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Refund Policy

Refund requests must be received, in writing, at least two weeks prior to the start of the program. This will allow for accurate decisions on staffing, planning and supplies. • You may choose either a credit to be placed on your recreation account or a refund. • Credit or refund requests received after May 15, 2018 are less $50 per registration. • No refunds can be issued within the two-week start date of the program. • Email requests to registration@rockvillemd.gov

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Transfer Request Requests to transfer from one camp to another are subject to space availability. • All requests must be in writing. • Registrations cannot be transferred from one child to another if there is a waiting list. • Email requests to registration@rockvillemd.gov

Waiting List • If your desired camp is filled, you will be notified and placed on the waiting list and your payment will be returned. • Every effort will be made to accommodate those on the waiting list. • When and if an opening becomes available, we will go to the waiting list to fill the camp.

Are You a Resident? City residents are those individuals residing within the city’s corporate tax limits and therefore pay the resident rate for camp fees.Verify your residency to determine your program fee. Do not assume that a Rockville mailing address is within the city’s corporate tax limits. Proof of residency may be requested via driver’s license or water bill.

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❏ Resident

*Required information

❏ Non-resident

FAMILY INFORMATION: *Home Phone _________________________________

Cell Phone ___________________________________

*Last Name

First Name

Date of Birth

Work Phone

M/F

________________________________________ (*Main Contact)

_____________________________________

__________________________

______________________________

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________________________________________ (Second Contact)

_____________________________________

__________________________

______________________________

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*Address:__________________________________________________________________________________________ Street

New address? ❏ Y

City

State & Zip

❏N

*Email ________________________________

*Emergency Contact & Phone_________________________________ (Name Other than Parent)

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION:

(Phone)

Last Name

First Name

Date of Birth

M/F

*_______________________________________________

______________________________________________

_______________________________________

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Immunizations up-to-date? Program Modifications: Participants with disabilities should contact our office prior to activity. ❏Y ❏N

Course#

Program Name

Dates

Fee

#_________________

___________________________________

_________________ $________________

#_________________

___________________________________

_________________ $________________

#_________________

___________________________________

_________________ $________________

#_________________

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_________________ $________________

SUB TOTAL: $________________

2018 Registration Form

One form per child.To ensure prompt registration for your child, fill out the form completely.

$5_____ $10_____ $20_____ Contribution to Recreation Fund:

$__________________

TOTAL:

$__________________

(Help Send a Kid to Camp)

❏ Schedule Payment Plan Release, Waiver, Assumption of Risk and Consent

*Signature of Participant/Guardian ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Make check payable to: City of Rockville PAYMENT Amount Paid $______________________ Cash ❏ Check #______________________ ❏ ❏ ___________________Exp. Date_____/____Security Code______

Signature (name on card)__________________________________________________

OFFICE USE ONLY: Check_____ Cash_____ Charge _____ Other_________________ Processed by: Date Processed: Total Paid: $

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Participation in the program may be a hazardous activity. Participant should not participate in the program unless participant is in good physical shape and is medically able. Participant (or parent or guardian on behalf of a minor child participant) assumes all risks associated with participation in this program, including but not limited to, those generally associated with this type of program, the hazards of traveling on public roads, of accidents, of illness, and of the forces of nature. In consideration of the right to participate in the program and in further consideration of the arrangement made for the participant by the Mayor and Council of Rockville through its Department of Recreation and Parks for food, travel, and recreation, the participant, his or her heirs, and executors, or a parent or guardian on behalf of a minor child participant, agrees to release and indemnify the Mayor and Council of the City of Rockville and all of its agents, officers and employees, from any and all claims for injuries or loss of any person or property which may arise out of or result from participation in the program. The participant (or the parent or guardian on behalf of a minor child participant) grants permission for a doctor or emergency medical technician to administer emergency treatment of the participant and consents to the City’s use of photographs taken or videotapes made of the program that include the participant. Neither the instructor nor any of the staff are responsible for participants prior to or after the scheduled program. By providing your email address you are agreeing to sign up for the Rockville & Recreation and Parks mailing list to receive email updates about our programs. All information collected will be used in accordance with the City of Rockville privacy policy. You may withdraw your consent at any time.


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