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Free Trial Class. Mayer-Torno School of Irish Dance (www.mayertorno.com, 369-7350), ages 3 to adult. Learn dances from certified instructors in a positive, caring, fun environment. Open mid-March to mid-November, Purina Farms (www.purinafarms.com, 9823232) allows animal lovers of all ages to get up close and personal with barnyard animals and performing pets. Visitors can play in the hayloft, take a wagon ride, milk a cow and meet bunnies, chickens and piglets in the petting arena. Plus kids will love to watch amazing performances, featuring rescued dogs from around the country, of diving dog, flying disc and agility. Special seasonal events such as Springtime Village, Haunted Hayloft and the Pet-acular Holiday Bazaar include activities like face-painting, games, costume contests and puppet shows. Admission is always free.
Looking for Fun? Craft Alliance Summer Studios Art Camps June 3 – August 9 • Ages 4 – 18 Ceramics • Textiles • Metalsmithing • Hot Glass Digital Studio • Drawing & Painting Delmar Loop • Grand Center
www.craftalliance.org | (314) 725-1177
St. Louis Gym Centre (968-9494, www. stlouisgymcentre.com) offers gymnastic instruction for ages one to adult. Summer 5-day and half-day camps and classes available. Birthday parties, field trips and adult open workout. Yucandu (963-4400, Webster Groves) is an interactive art studio for adults and children with projects including mosaic, decoupage and paint, no appointment needed. Yucandu also offers holiday workshops, after-school art clubs, summer camps and private parties. Open Monday through Wednesday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Integrating arts & academics to cultivate a genuine enthusiasm for learning.
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BCC Early Childhood Center (9620537) serves children 8 months to 5 years. Since 1985 BCCEEC has provided a positive attitude towards learning and a foundation for school success. CONTINUED ON PAGE 8
The Highlands Golf Course The Highlands Golf Course in Forest Park in Forest Park
$45 per 8 week session financial available $45 per aid 8 week session financial aid available
7-17 ages 7-17
Mention this ad when registering and get $5 Mention this ad when off the registration fee. registering and get $5 off the registration fee.
Life skills taught through game of golf. Life skillsthe taught through the game of golf. for more information for more callinformation 314.533.6400 or visit www.thefirstteestlouis.org call 314.533.6400 or visit
K--12 Art Camps 2013 www.yucandu.com • 314-963-4400 20 Allen Avenue • Webster Groves MO 63119
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Imagination Station Day Camp & Young Explorers Camp June 3-July 26
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Imagination Station is an 8-week adventure for campers ages 5-12 at the MRH Early Childhood Center. Crafts * Games * Field Trips * Swimming * Special Guests * BBQ * Sports * Weekly Newsletter * Before & After Care * MORE! Your Explorer will enjoy this exciting camp for pre-schoolers, ages 3-5, who are potty trained. Join us for this 8-week adventure. Daily activities will include water play, crafts, games, story time, and snacks. Please send your campers in swim clothes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. For more information contact Kate Whaley (314) 655-3663 or at email@example.com THE HEIGHTS · (314) 645-1476 · www.myheights.info
What kind of summer do students want to have? How about a SLU kind of summer. Saint Louis University offers more than 70 programs for grade, middle and high school students and more than 150 college credit courses. Visit summer.slu.edu to make this the best summer yet. Founded in 1992 Shining Rivers Waldorf School (www.shiningrivers.org) offers a progressive curriculum that successfully integrates arts and academics to cultivate a genuine enthusiasm for learning. Now enrolling pre-K through grade 7. Home-school enrichment and parent-child classes available. Walk ‘n’ Talk tours second Monday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
to 15 seeking outdoor experiences, multi-day adventures are led by experienced teachers from June 3 to July 12. Community Camps 2013 features something for everyone with sessions running from June 10 through August 16. Ages 3 to 13 will find camps to enjoy, from Play Camp to Musical Theatre to FUNdamentals and more. Sessions all take place on Community School’s beautiful campus and are run by experienced educators. Arts, academics and adventure are waiting. Have fun in creative art camps for ages 4 to 18 at Craft Alliance Art Centers in the Delmar Loop and Grand Center, June 3 to Aug. 9. Explore hot glass, ceramics, jewelry making, digital darkroom, fashion and textile design, drawing, two-week high school immersion camp and more. Visit craftalliance.org for information.
Come flip, fly and juggle. Circus Harmony at City Museum presents unique Circus Performance Camps. Learn and perform trapeze, juggling, wire-walking, clowning and more. Every child can be a circus star. Classes for teens and adults, too. Defy gravity. Call 4367676 or visit www.circusharmony.org.
Cub Creek Science Camp is the only overnight animal camp in the country with its own zoo. Campers (7 to 17) feed monkeys, walk llamas and hold baby kangaroos. The camp also offers Jr. Vet, Culinary Science, CSI Crime Science and more. Visit www.bearriverranch. com/science_camp to request a free brochure.
The College School (www.thecollegeschool. org) offers themed day camps for ages 4 to 11 and multi-day expeditions for ages 9 to 15. Adventure Day Camp sessions are June 3 to August 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, and include field trips, recreational swimming and swim lessons (for ages 4 to 7). Before and after care is available. Experienced teachers lead camps, assisted by qualified counselors. During the July 4 week, the school hosts a 3-day American Traditions camp. For ages 9
The First Tee is an international youth development organization that uses golf as a tool to teach young people the positive values inherent in the game such as honesty, integrity, sportsmanship and confidence. The First Tee lessons are taught in traditional settings such as golf courses and driving ranges as well as in schools and other youth service agencies. Eight-week classes start in April, June and August. $45 per eight-week session; scholarships available.
Venture Into Summer Themed Adventure Day Camps
Community Camps 2013
for ages 4-11 June 3–Aug 2
Arts. Academics. Adventure.
• Ages 3 – 13 • June 10 – August 16 • Staffed by Community School faculty • On Community’s beautiful 16-acre campus • Full and half-day camps available
Community Camps 2013 Arts. Academics. Adventure. Community Camps 2013 www.communityschool.com/camp Ages 3 - 13 Arts. Academics. Adventure. 900 Lay Road • 63124 • 314-991-0005
June 10 - August 16 Ages 3 - 13 Staﬀed by Community School faculty. June 10 - August 16 On Community’s beautiful 16-acre campus Staﬀed by Community School faculty. Full and half-day camps available On Community’s beautiful 16-acre campus
Full and half-day camps available www.communityschool.com/camp 900 Lay Road 63124 314-991-0005 www.communityschool.com/camp 900 Lay Road 63124 314-991-0005
Multi-Day Expeditions for ages 9-15 June 3–July 12
7825 Big Bend Blvd. • Webster Groves, MO 63119 314-962-9355 • www.thecollegeschool.org firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sports, arts, adventure. Forsyth Summer Discovery offers nearly four dozen, 1-week camps for children age 3 to 12 from June 10 to August 9. Climbing in the Forsyth Adventure Center, visual and performing arts, sports and much more. Pre-primary camps led by Forsyth School early childhood faculty. Extended day program. Imagination Station Day Camp stimulates senses and imagination. Each week is a different adventure for ages 5 to 12; themes are explored through crafts, sports, talent shows, field trips, swimming and guests. June 3 to July 26, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., extended day available. Contact Kate Whaley, The Heights, RHCC, 6553663, email@example.com. Pegasus campers explore science, technology, visual arts, athletics, swimming and a variety of unique hobbies on the state-of-the-art campus of MICDS. Three 2-week sessions are offered in 2013, and will be led by creative and caring professional teachers teaming with select college and high school counselors. Programs are for students entering grades kindergarten through nine, with a Summer Stock Theatre option for students entering grades 7-12. Hot lunch served cafeteria-style is included. Before and aftercare options are available. For information or to register visit www.micds.org/ pegasus or call 995-7342. Rosati-Kain High School hosts a full-day camp program for incoming sixth through ninth grade girls beginning June 3 (no camp the week of July 4) from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. A variety of camps are offered and girls choose their activities. Register at Rosati-Kain.org beginning Feb. 18.
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2013 Kougar Camps 315 W. Pacific • Webster Groves 314-968-9494
Summer Session Gymnastic Classes June 10 – August 1
Full Day Camps (ages 5 and up)
Two - 5 day camps June 3-7 OR August 5-9
1/2 Day Camps
Rosati-Kain High School
June 10 - Aug. 1 • 9-Noon M & Th – Gymnastics Camp Wed – Art/Gymnastics Camp
NEW! THIS SummEr!
Preschool & recreAtioN DAy & eveNiNg clAsses Join us for... Field Trips Birthday Parties Playgroups Open Workout
Visit us at... www.stlouisgymcentre.com
Brentwood Congregational ChurCh
Come Grow With Us!
8 months - 5 years mon/tues/wed/Thurs 9:15 a.m.–2:15 p.m. 2400 S. Brentwood Blvd. • Brentwood • 314-962-0537
Register online at Rosati-Kain.org beginning Feb. 18 4389 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108 |(314) 533-8513 www.rosati-kain.org
(ages 3 and up)
Early Childhood CEntEr
Fun and enriching summer camps available for incoming 6th-9th grade girls
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