2017 Tennis Camp with Coach Wilson and Coach Munroe (DSST). 6/5-6/9 and 6/12-6/16, 9:15-11:15am and 11:30am-1:45pm. Stapleton courts (Montview and Syracuse). Weekly camps on fundamentals and competitive games. Ages: 5-12. Coach Jenny Wilson: email@example.com
23rd Annual Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camps. 6/12-16 and 7/10-12. Full-, half-day options, 9am-4pm. 8:1 staff/student ratio. Scorekeeping, etiquette, tournament preparation, logical thinking and strategic planning. Also 2-day workshops, tournaments, follow-up classes. 303.770.6696 or www.ColoradoMasterChess. com8787
Adventures Outside Day Camps. Kids entering 1st-5th grades, Junior River Rangers kids entering 6th-9th grade. 3 metro river locations. 6/5-8/11. $215-$240/wk. Greenway Foundation. greenwayfoundation.org/summercamp, 720.306.8000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Air Force Academy Sports Camps. 3 sessions. Boys/girls ages 8+: swimming, gymnastics, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, cheerleading, cross country/track, diving, fencing, hockey, golf and tennis. Overnight/day options available. goairforcefalcons.com/camps
Altitude Youth Ultimate. Ultimate Frisbee: disc fundamentals, athletic skills, rules and teamwork/sportsmanship. New/experienced players; only need running shoes or soccer-style cleats. Receive T-shirt and disc. Includes daily lunch. Camps Mon.-Thur., run thru June and mid-July. Ages 7-10 (half-day 9am-1pm), 11-14 and 15-18 camps 9am-4pm. $265 full-day ($165 half-day). Denver/Boulder locations. www.altitudeyouthultimate.org, Jeff@altitudeyouthultimate.org
Art Students League of Denver. Drawing, painting, ceramics, mixed media, sculpture. A.m. and p.m. camps. Prices vary. 303.778.6990, asld.org
Arvada Center Summer Arts Camps. Theater, visual arts, dance, ceramics, music, creative writing, storytelling and photography. www.arvadacenter.org, 720.898.7200
Augustana Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School. Kids starting1st to leaving 5th grade. Week of singing, crafts, games, faith. www.augustanadenver.org, 303.388.4678. Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda Ave.
Aurora Cultural Arts Theatre. Various locations across Aurora. Ages 4-18. Half days. Sessions: Acting Up ages 4-6; Little Foxes ages 7-10; Teen Acting Camps and Broadway Bound ages 11 up.www.aurorafox.org, 303.739.6520
Avid4 Adventure. Pre-K-7th-graders bike, climb, paddle, hike in outdoors for skills and confidence. Weekly June-Aug. Westerly Creek Elem., 8800 E. 28th Ave., Stapleton. 9am-3pm. Extended care: 8am-6pm. Save $25-$70/camp/session till 2/29. Use code: EARLYBIRD. Locations in Boulder, Golden, Highlands Ranch, Denver, Lafayette, Castle Rock, Colorado Springs. www.avid4.com, 800-977-9873
Ballet Ariel Summer Camp. Ballet, modern, acting for dancers, etc. 7/10-14 and 7/24-28, Mon.-Fri. 10am-3pm. Tuition includes before/aftercare betw. 8:30am-5pm. Beginning/Intermediate level ages 9-12; Intermediate/Advanced level ages 12-18. 7808 E. Cherry Creek S. Dr., Ste. 209. 303.945.4388, www.balletariel.org/school
Bikes Together Bike Camp. 2825 Fairfax. Five 2-week sessions start 6/5 for ages 7-14. Melds teamwork, service, bike maintenance education, safe riding skills, group rides, field trips and capstone mountain biking experience. http://bikecamp.bikestogether.org
Bladium Kids Camps. Highly active week camps; full- or half-day. 6/6-8/19. 2400 Central Park Blvd. 303.320.3033, email@example.com, bladiumdenver.com/youth-kids/kids-camps
Bluff Lake Nature Center Summer Camp. Weekly outdoor nature camps, ages 6-11. Nature exploration, hands-on science lessons, games, crafts, unstructured play. Small groups, family feel. Weekly themes: Riverwalkers, Time Trekkers, Eco Engineers and Pathfinders. Half-day (9am-12:30pm); Full-day (9am-3pm) with pre/post camp extended hours (7:30am-5:30pm) available. 6/5-8/11. www.blufflake.org.
Bounce Stapleton Summer Camp. Certified fitness professionals. Art, science, sports, obstacle courses, gymnastics, fun movement. 8am-4pm; extended hours available. Ages 5-12. Weekly: 6/6-8/12. $300/wk. www.bouncestapleton.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Butterfly Pavilion Summer Camps. Day and weeklong programing ages 5-10. www.butterflies.org
Camp Chief Ouray (CCO). Traditional overnight cabin camp ages 7-17. College counselors; 6-9 kids own gender/age. Low staff/camper ratio. 5,100 acres of mountains, valleys, streams, meadows. Ages 15-18 can do Leader-in-Training, Counselor-in-Training, Wrangler-in-Training and Wilderness Leadership. www.campchiefouray.org/
Camp Chief Ouray Family Camp. YMCA of the Rockies in Granby. Labor Day weekend 9/2-5; family getaway where all generations enjoy traditional camp activities. http://campchiefouray.org/adult-family-camps/family-camp/
Camp Granite Lake. Sleepaway camp. Sailing, rock climbing, woodworking, horseback riding, canoeing, ceramics, SUP, backpacking, archery, culinary arts. 135-acre mountain property with private 8-acre lake 1 hr. from Stapleton. 2-week sessions ages finishing 2nd-9th grade. ACA Accredited, CDHS licensed. Discounts, payment plans, scholarships available. campgranitelake.com, 720.249.2997 to schedule on-site tour or slideshow.
Camp McAuliffe. 5/30-6/2 and 6/5-9. Dance, emerging artists, basketball, acting, math, robotics, speed and agility, futsal, etc. Ages 9-14. A.m./p.m. sessions. www.McAuliffe.dpsk12.org. Cost varies; limited financial scholarships. email@example.com to apply.
Camp Timberline. Overnight camps, kids 7-18. Mission to reach/strengthen kids for Christ through sports/mountain adventure. Water sports included, Estes Park area. www.camptimberline.com
Ceramics In the City. Offering 3 different themed camps: Silk Screening, Garden Art and Pets. All camps work with fused glass, clay, painting and more. Camp dates and times can be found on our website.
Register for camps on our website. www.ceramicsinthecity.com
City of Aurora Summer Camps. Arts, music, cooking, craft, hobbies, drama, golf, etc. Various Aurora locations. Ages 3-14. Register opens 4/11. Website for descriptions/cost/age. www.auroragov.org/recreation, 303.326.8560
City of Commerce City Parks and Recreation Summer Camps. 6/6-8/4. Full-day camps with swimming, field trips weekly. Astronomy, horseback riding, paddle boarding, urban farming. State-licensed; CCAP-approved. Low child/staff ratios. Register opens 2/22. Ages 6-10 and 11-15. 6060 E. Parkway Dr., Commerce City. 303.289.3659, c3gov.com/camp
Colorado Academy Summer Programs. Variety of camps/programs kids 4 and up. Before-/after-care available. Catalog: www.coloradoacademysummer.org
Colorado Ballet Academy Summer Programs. All ages. Cost varies re weeks of participation. Colorado Ballet Academy, 1075 Santa Fe. 303.339.1623, www.coloradoballet.org
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Summer Camps. Ages 5-18, June-Aug. Cost varies per camp. Skills development: beginning fundamentals to elite player evolution. In Stapleton, Lowry or Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. www.rapidsyouthsoccer.org, 303.399.5858
Colorado School of Strings Camps. Rockin’ Strings 6/12-16, ages 7+, 12-3pm, $200. Learn about strings in rock music, electric instruments, looping, chords, song writing. Previous experience required. Disney Music: 7/10-14, ages 5-8, 9:30-11:30am, $150. Learn Disney music. Youth Orchestra Camp-Movie Music: 7/31-8/4, ages 6+, 9-11am, $150. Learn ensemble playing, follow conductor. Open to violin, viola, cello and bass students. Introduction to Strings Camp: 8/14-18, ages 4-8, 10am-12pm, $150. For new or young player. All instruments, learn basic note reading and rhythm. No previous experience required. www.coloradoschoolofstrings.com, Kelly Benson, 720.420.5000, firstname.lastname@example.org
CorePower Yoga Kids Camp for Ages 5-10. 2 1-week camp sessions kids 5-10. Session 1: 7/10-14; session 2: 7/24-28. Both M-F 1:30-4pm. $189 if paid on/before 6/30; $199 after. Yoga basics and breath, movement, concentration, meditation with stories/myths of the practice. CorePower Yoga Stapleton: 7485 E. 29th Pl. 303.377.7444, email@example.com
CorePower Yoga, Strength and Conditioning Camp. 1-week yoga strength/conditioning. 7/17-21 for females 12-16. $189 paid on/before 6/30; $199 after. M-F 1:30-4pm. Yoga basics breath, movement, concentration, athletic strength, meditation. Tailored for dancers, athletes and for strength. Application required. Space limited. CorePower Yoga Stapleton: 7485 E. 29th Pl. 303.377.7444, firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Learning Preschool Summer Camps. Quebec Square, 7505 E. 35th Ave., Ste. 340. Full-day or a.m. camp 3 4-week sessions. Daily: preschool curriculum, gym time, music, crafts, outside play, mealtime, centers. Ages 1-6. 303.377.8855, www.creativelearningdenver.com
Dance Institute Summer Camp. 4601 Quebec St. Affordable dance camps ages 4 and up. Weeklong; divided by age and abilities. Full- and ½-day camps available June, July and August. Also: 6-week intensive in ballet, pointe and lyrical. www.DanceInstituteDenver.com
Dardano’s Summer Pre-School Gymnastics Adventure Camp. Dardano’s School of Gymnastics, 2250 Kearney St. Boys/girls 3-5½. Two 4-week sessions begin 6/5 combine gymnastics with enrichment activities, arts/crafts, games. Weekly themes: Treasure Hunt, Outer Space, Beach Party & On The Go. Mon.-Thurs. 9:30am-12:30pm. Flexible scheduling. Sign up by day/week/full session. 303.355.0080, www.dardanosgym.com
DAVA Summer ART Program-Oasis Studio. Downtown Aurora Visual Arts free drop-in art program for personal expression through the arts. Ages 7-17. Ceramic, pottery, sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking. Summer: 1:30-4:30pm, M-F. 1410 Florence St. davarts.org
David Ross Piano Studio-Songwriting/Composition Intensive Program. Music technology for those interested in recording, sequencing, looping, etc. One-on-one with songwriter/composer David Ross in Stapleton studio. Specialized/individual attention. Basic knowledge of music or instrument desirable, not necessary. Students entering grades 7-12. Flexible dates/times. email@example.com, www.denverpianostudio.com
Denver Art Museum Classes & Day Camps. Ages 6-15. Half- and full-day camps. 100 W. 14th Ave. P’kway. 720.913.0130, www.denverartmuseum.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
Denver Botanic Gardens’ Garden Camps. Ages 6-12. Grow your mind, plant new friend and dig into the Gardens. Weeklong day camps. 1007 York St. 720.865.3580, catalog.botanicgardens.org, email@example.com
Denver Center Theatre Academy. Learn to act, sing, dance and design sets. Taught by DCPA professional actors/directors. Scholarships available. Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 303.446.4892, firstname.lastname@example.org, denvercenter.org
Denver Dumb Friends League Camps. Learn safety around animals; work with shelter pets. Experienced staff, guest speakers and critters for week of activities/games/crafts. Various dates, Denver shelter. 303.751.5772, ddfl.org/crittercamp
Denver Fencing Center Summer Camps. Beginner to advanced June, July and Aug.; ages 7+. 1930 S. Navajo St. (Ruby Hill Park). 303.922.7288, www.denverfencingcenter.com/camps.html
Denver Film Society Young Filmmakers Workshop. Make movies, collaborate with young filmmakers, work with industry professionals and show your film on big screen. Ages 12-18. New offerings in Acting and Animation. Denver School of the Arts; 7111 Montview Blvd. 8am-2pm. 2-week sessions begin 6/12 and thru 8/5. $800, scholarships available. 303.595.3456, denverfilm.org
Denver Montclair International School Summer Camps. English and foreign language camp options; no prior language experience necessary. 206 Red Cross Way (Lowry). www.dmischool.com
Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Options from weeklong half-day to weeklong full-day camps. Ages 4-grade 6. Register online or get forms on website to mail in or 303.370.6000. www.dmns.org. 303.370.6455
Denver Parks and Rec Summer Day Camp. Quality licensed child care providers offer comprehensive arts/crafts, active games/sports, aquatics, field trips, special events for ages 5-12. Activities for all abilities. Before/aftercare available. www.denvergov.org
Denver Parks and Rec Summer in the Parks. Ages 7-12, M-F, 10am-3pm. $450 fee for 8-week program (field trip fees extra). Quality licensed child care providers offer comprehensive arts/crafts, active games/sports, aquatics, field trips, special events. Website for locations and register. First-come basis till filled. 720.865.0840, www.denvergov.org website, email@example.com.
Denver Parks and Rec Teen Adventures. Wide range of adventure-based activities, opportunity to develop lifelong social skills/experiences. Register online or in-person at Community Recreation, 1849 Emerson St. First-come, first-served basis till activity at capacity or thru Fri., 6/17. Limited to 40 teens. Ages 13-16. $82. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.denvergov.org
Denver School of the Arts. Various programs/camps for grades 3-12. 6/5-7/21. DSA campus Montview and Quebec. Affordable/flexible programs in theatre, vocal music, musical theatre, sewing/costume construction, dance, visual arts, percussion, jazz, creative writing. $70-$250 depending on program. dsa.dpsk12.org, Tracy Holt: email@example.com or Jaymie Montoya: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denver Zoo Camp Summer Safari 2017. Weeklong day camps for pre-K-8th grade. Animal lovers enjoy hands-on activities, zoo exploration, animal encounters/observations, crafts, games, stories, projects, etc. www.denverzoo.org
Digistars Make-a-Movie Workshop. Weeklong full-day camps June-Aug., grades 1-8. Claymation and live action moviemaking using green screen technology. Hands-on, kid-driven, and collaborative. Instructors are professional filmmakers or film students. Class size limited. Register early for best rates at DigistarsWorkshop.com.hgg
Dream BIG Day Camp. 1-3-6-9 weeks of team/individual sports, performing arts and arts/crafts. 6:1 ratios. Carnival, Western, Space, World Cup Soccer Days, rocketry, rock climbing, yoga and waterslides, etc. Mary Stein: 303.377.1805, www.dreambigdaycamp.com
DU P.A.S.S. Camp. 1-week summer camps: soccer, rock climbing, swimming, gymnastics, dance, flag football, etc. Univ. of Denver. 303.871.3908, email@example.com, www.du.edu/ritchiecenter/youthprograms/passcamp
DU Sports Camps. Univ. of Denver sports camps for boys/girls, variety of ages. Basketball, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, tennis, volleyball, lacrosse. Overnight and day camp options. Cost varies, multiple dates. www.denverpioneers.com/camps
eXL Summer Camp (Lowry and Stanley Marketplace). Offering a large variety of Summer Camps for kids of all ages. Please visit www.exllearning.com to see camp guide and register. For more information, call Brenda lane at 303.364.9581.
First Tee of Denver Summer Junior Golf Programs. Instruction for kids all ability levels ages 4 and up. www.thefirstteeofdenver.com
Four Mile Camp on Cherry Creek. Weeklong day camp combines history-centered activities, like wood-stove cooking and quilt-making, with outdoor exploration of Cherry Creek ecosystems and wildlife. Sessions: 6/19-23 and 7/17-21. 9am-3pm. $270/camper; optional before/after care and half-day sessions available; FMHP members discount. Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.865.0814.
Friends of Horses Day Camp. Weekly camps kids ages 7-13. Learn to work/care for horses including riding. Camps weekly 6/6 to 8/4, 9am-4pm. $425/week. 303.649.1155 or www.fohrescue.com. 6351 S. Peoria St., Centennial, Colo.
Grand Slam Tennis Camps. Ages 7-13. Run by former Wimbledon singles semi-finalist and doubles finalist. Focus on proper stroke production and swing technique through drill work/game play. 6/5-9, 7/24-28, 7/31-8/4. 9:30am-12:30pm. $225/week. Location: TBD; courts at Stapleton-area school. Sign up: email@example.com
Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. Ages 3-18 and parents. Various dates/Colo. locations thru summer. heritagecamps.org
History Colorado Junior Museum Camp. 6/19-23, 9am-4pm. $250-$280/week. www.historycoloradocenterorg
i9 Sports. Soccer, basketball, t-ball, flag football. i9sports.com
International School of Denver. Weekly language and sports camps 8:30am-3:30pm. $300/wk. Extended care 3:30-5:30pm for additional fee. 206 Red Cross Way in Lowry. firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.340.3647, www.isdenver.org
Jewish Community Center. Day camps, sleepaway camps, sports camps and weeklong themed camps. Before/after care for extra fee. www.jccdenver.org, 303.316.6307
Johnson & Wales University Camps. All classes at Johnson and Wales Campus, 7150 Montview Blvd. Cooking classes in professional state-of-art kitchens with experienced chef instructors. 303.256.9462, 303.256.9569, email@example.com, http://bit.ly/jwucamps
—JWU-Kitchen Basics Boot Camp. 6/5-9, 9am-12pm., ages 8-12; and 6/5-9, 1-4pm, ages 13-17. Basic culinary skills, general kitchen terminology and knife skills. $350.
—JWU-Beyond the Kitchen–Food Explorers. 6/5–9, 1-4pm. Ages 8-12. Explore seed varieties, plant them, learn how our bodies use food to live, and kid-friendly challenges to reduce food waste. Active games; experience college campus while learning about food chain. $300.
—JWU-Culinary Explorations–European Cuisine. 6/12-16, 9am-4pm. Ages 13-17. Finer elements of classic/contemporary European cuisine and plate presentation. $600.
—JWU-Culinary Explorations–Asian Cuisine. 6/19-23, 9am-4pm. Ages 13-17. Learn flavors/styles of traditional and contemporary Asian cuisine. $600
—JWU-Culinary Explorations–Baking & Pastry. 6/12-16, ages 8-12, 9am-4pm. and 6/19-23, ages 12-17. Full-day camp for kids interested in expanding culinary horizons. Sweet and savory baked goods; cookie classics to contemporary bakery fare. $600.
—JWU-Eco Discovery Camp. 7/10-14, 9am-4pm. Ages 8-12. Campers perform/design experiments in real laboratory setting, receive hands-on experience outdoors investigating water quality, soil composition, biodiversity, global climate change, energy resources, energy consumption and pollution. $350.
—JWU-Camp Catwalk–Fashion Fun. 6/5-9, 9am-4pm. Fashionistas ages 13-17. Learn from industry professionals fashion illustration, sewing skills, fashion design, styling and design; sew and decorate a garment. $350.
—JWU-Make Your College Essay Count. 7/24–28, 9am-12pm. Ages 14-18. Designed for teens in process of completing college applications re “Who am I?” Examine facets of identity through interactive activities, group exercises with option to create personal statement for college admissions or 2-to-4-minute digital story. Taught by DPS educators from high-performing high school with track record of helping students get into top colleges. $250
—JWU-Young Entrepreneurs Boot Camp. 7/24-28, 1-4pm. Ages 13-17. Under guidance of JWU professors who consult for Small Business Development Center, campers explore creative entrepreneurial spirit, brainstorm business ideas, build business model and action plan to start a business. At end present business concept to panel of business experts for real-world feedback. $350.
—JWU-Girls Only! Coding Camp. 7/10-21, 9am-12pm. Ages 8-12. 2-week camp for girls interested in high-tech coding world and build own websites. $475.
—JWU-Everyone Can Code! Camp. 7/10-21, 1-4pm. Ages 8-12. 2-week camp for boys/girls ages 8-12 interested in high-tech coding world, build own websites. $475.
—JWU-Girls’ Basketball Camp. 6/5-9, 8:30am-12pm. Girls 4th-8th grade. Work with college coaches/student-athletes on individual skills, develop teamwork. Coach Bob Kintzel: 303.256.9511 or register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps. $250.
—JWU-Youth Lacrosse. 6/12-15, 8:30am-12pm. Boys/girls ages 5-12. Fun games build upon technical skills. Coach Cristina Johnson: 303.256.9327 or register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps. $250.
—JWU-Boys’ Basketball Camp. 6/19-23, 9am-4pm, boys ages 5-12; 7/10-14, 9am-4pm boys ages 5-12. Campers learn/improve skills with college coaches/student athletes. Coach Quintin Grogan: 303.256.9319; register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps. Half day available: $250; Full day: $350.
—JWU-Girls’ Basketball Camp. 7/17-21, 8:30am-12pm. Girls: 4th-8th grade. Work with college coaches/student-athletes on individual skills, teamwork. Coach Bob Kintzel: 303.256.9511; register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps. $250.
—JWU-Youth Soccer. 7/24-28, 8:30am-12pm. Boys/girls ages 5-12. Build upon technical skills. Coach Jennifer Colley: 303.256.9511; register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps. $250.
—JWU-Youth Basketball Camp. 7/31-8/4, 9am-4pm. Boys/girls ages 5-12. Work with college coaches/student-athletes on individual skills and teamwork. Coach Quintin Grogan: 303.256.9319; register: http://bit.ly/jwucamps.
Half day available $250; Full day $350
Kathy’s Kamp Summer Enrichment Camp. 6/5-7/28 except 7/3-7/4. Affordable childcare option. Sports, outdoor activities, cooking classes, reading education, arts/crafts, swimming. Run by Families Forward Resource Center, Z-Place, Evie Dennis Campus, 4800 Telluride St. $83/week. 9am-3:30pm, (extra $5/day start 7am and extra $5/day stay to 6pm). CCAP accepted; fundraisers available to help parents raise money for camp fees. familiesforwardrc.org, 303.307.0718
Kent Denver Summer Session. Camps/classes in academics, athletics, technology and arts for pre-K-12th grade on Kent Denver campus. Brochure: www.kentdenver.org
LYNX National Arts and Media Camps. 1 and 2-week options at CU Denver for high school students with hands-on programs taught by faculty/professional guest artists. Session 1 (6/18-30) Music Industry Program. Session 2 (7/9-21) features Filmmaking and Digital Animation/Motion Graphics. Session 3 (7/31-8/4) features Photography, Sculpture, Advance Singer/Songwriter and College of Arts & Media Preview Week. Camps $600-$2,100. Scholarships available. cam.ucdenver.edu/summercamps.
Metro State Roadrunners Soccer Camps. Boys/girls ages 6-14. www.MetroStateSoccerCamps.com.
Montessori Children’s House of Denver Summer Camp. 12 months-6th grade. Sessions in art, music, adventure, nature, foreign language, etc. 4 Denver campuses. 303.322.8324, mchdenver.org
Neighborhood Music Stapleton Summer Camps (NM). Payment plans available. Theatre camps end with final performance, costumed on professional stage following camp dates.
—NM-Disney’s Little Mermaid Jr. Musical Theater Summer Camp. M-F. 9am-3pm. 6/5-6/23. $850. Ages 7-16. Limit: 25 students.
—NM-Little Shop of Horrors Musical Theater Summer Camp. M-F 9am-3pm. 7/10-7/28. $850. Ages 7-16. Limit 25 students.
—NM-Disney’s Aristocats Kids Musical Theater Summer Camp. M-F 9am-12pm. 6/12-6/23. Cost: $325. Ages 5-7. Limit 25 students.
—NM-Music & Hogwarts and Movies & Hogwarts. Owl-post delivery nightly. Learn songs from John Williams score, join Frog Choir, practice spells/charms, take potions class and play Hogwarts’ popular sport. Half- and full-day camp option, $185-$345.
Paddington Station Preschool Summer Camps. Session 1: 6/5-6/30; Session 2: 7/10-8/4. www.paddingtonstation.org/discover/summer/
Primrose Summer Adventure Club. In Stapleton for ages 5-12. Theme weeks: movie making, robotics, science of cooking. www.primrosestapleton.com
Rocky Mountain Theater for Kids. Ages 8-17, 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-week sessions. M-F, 9am-4pm, Yale and Evans. Extended care available. Productions include The Lion King, Madagascar, Aladdin, etc. www.theaterforkids.net
School of the Poetic City Summer Camps. Animation Lab 6/19-23. Master Animation Class (advanced) 6/26-30. Urban Art Camp (visit museums, make art) 6/12-16 and 7/17-21. Puppet Workshop. 7/10-14. All camps ages 5-15, $400 per 5-day session, 9am-4pm. www.schoolofthepoeticcity.com.
Silicon STEM Academy Tech Camps. STEM-specific hands-on camps include computer programming/coding, engineering/basic/advanced robotics, digital media/photography, video editing and SAT prep/college planning. Siliconstemacademy.com. 4201 E. Yale Ave., 303.800.0011
S.M.A.R.T. Camps. Teacher-designed fast-pace learning style to set goals, work hard and have fun. Sports and fitness, math and coding, art, technology, team building, goal setting and inspirational stories. Grades K-6. Stapleton area. Session 1: 6/5-9; Session 2: 8/7-11. 9am-2pm. $250/session. Tracy Schoneman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Snow Mountain Ranch Summer Day Camp. Ages 5-13. M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm. Daily registration $35/child/day ($5/child discount for members/lodging guests). Lunch for purchase. Register: http://snowmountainranch.org/summer-day-camp open in March. Archery, climbing wall, arts/crafts, tie dye, mad science, zip line (grades 4+), tubing hill (grades 4+), horseback riding (additional cost), swimming, canoeing, songs/skits, field games, hiking. Website for daily offerings (not all activities offered daily).
Soccer Academy Camps. Advanced weeklong training to improve skills. Transition to Bladium Kids Camp available. 2400 Central Park Blvd. 303.320.3033, denverSA@bladium.com, bladiumdenver.com/youth-kids/soccer-academy
Stapleton All Sports. Weekly sports camps in Stapleton, includes tennis camps (6/12-6/23) and multi-sport camps (7/10-8/4). www.stapletonallsports.com.
Stapleton Fellowship Church Summer Camps. Creative Arts Camp: 6/27, 28, 29. 9-11:45am. $35/child. Preschool Camp Session 1: 7/10-14. 8:30-11:30am. $100/child. Preschool Camp Session 2: 7/17-21. 8:30-11:30am. $110/child. www.stapletonchurch.com. email@example.com
Steve & Kate’s Camp. Ages: Pre-K thru 7th-graders. Designed to put kids in charge of own learning experience so can try, fail and learn on own. 6/12-8/11, M-F, 7:30am-6pm. The Logan School for Creative Learning, 1005 Yosemite St. Director Chas Fricke. 720.439.7785, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.steveandkate.com/denver
Summer at Stanley. Full-/half-day programs ages 5-14. $190/wk. half day and $315/wk. full day. Arts, sports, science, computer programming, swimming, theater, Hogwarts, fly fishing, academic options. Highly qualified teaching staff in safe, fun, creative environment. 303.360.0803 x192, www.stanleybps.org
Summer Blast at Denver Jewish Day School. Ages 3-14. 6/12-8/7. $135-$175 half day and $270- $350 full day. 1-week specialty camps: sports, arts/crafts, STEM, Lego, dance. 2450 S. Wabash St. Click “Summer Programs” from www.DenverJDS.org home page or Josh Lake: email@example.com.
Summer in the Parks and Teen Adventures. Quality licensed child care providers offer arts/crafts, active games, sports, aquatics, field trips, special events. Community Recreation at 720.865.0840, www.denvergov.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Soccer Electric “Camplify” (Soccer + Art + Stem Camp). 6/26-30. McAuliffe International School/Smiley Campus. Mon.-Thurs. 9am-4:30pm; Fri. 9am-12pm. Ages 6-11 (Grades 1-6/all levels). Street soccer/futsal games, basic soccer skills with experienced/licensed coaches at Smiley Campus in NE Denver Park Hill in a.m., then lunch and supervised transition to Smiley classrooms in p.m. for innovative, age-appropriate art and STEM activities. Get T-shirt and ball. $375 by 2/14, $425 2/15-3/31, $475 4/1 till camp full. Sibling discounts, financial assistance/scholarships available. www.soccerelectric.com.
Summer Soccer and a Movie Summer 2017 Camp. 6/19-23, 9am-3pm and 6/17, 9am-12pm at Denver City Park and Sie Film Center. Ages 6-11, grades 1-6. Play games, learn basic soccer skills with experienced/licensed soccer coaches at City Park in a.m., then lunch and supervised 10-minute walk to Sie Film Center in p.m. for age-appropriate movies. Get T-shirt and ball. $295 by 2/14, $325 2/15-3/31, $350 4/1 till camp full. Sibling discounts, financial assistance, scholarships available. www.soccerelectric.com.
Super Star Summer Camp 2017. 6/12-7/14 Mon.-Thurs. Reading, tutoring, math, writing, etc. Uses space at Galilee Baptist Church, 1091 S. Parker Rd. www.everychildreading.org
Swallow Hill Music. Summer music camps for ages 7-18 at various locations.
The Art Garage. Unique camps explore drawing, painting, ceramics, for kids ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 and teens. Mon.-Fri. (6/5-8/18, except 7/3 or 7/4). 6100 E. 23rd Ave. email@example.com, www.artgaragedenver.com
The Craftsman and Apprentice Summer Camps. Creative play, making/doing in small supportive setting in City Park West. Ages 5-11, Sessions 6/5–8/18. Variety of themes. 9am-3pm; aftercare tinker sessions available 3-6pm. www.craftsmanandapprentice.com/collections/summer-camps
The Logan School Summer Camp. Traditional, specialty and adventure camps in Lowry. Costs, times: www.theloganschool.org
The Urban Farm at Stapleton. 10200 Smith Rd. Summer fun on farm. Ride horses, care for cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, grow food in soil and water with alternative growing techniques. Ages 3-18, (16) half-day camps during 7 weeks in June, July and Aug. Schedule: http://theurbanfarm.org/summer-fun-on-the-farm/ or 303.307.9332
Übergrippen Climbing Camps. Full-day weeklong varied curriculum anchored to rock climbing. Starts 6/26; last 8/14. Themes: “Lost” (orienteering, way finding), “Super Heroes” (how physics gives Super Powers), “Super Sleuths” (puzzling, problem solving), “It’s All About the Bod!” (health, kinesiology, movement), Übergrippen Climbing Academy (intensive for competitive climbers and to become one). firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ugclimbing.com/camps. Signups start 3/15. $375/wk and member discount 20%.
University of Colorado Sports Camps. May-Aug. day and overnight camps for all ages. Football, basketball, tennis, golf, ski, volleyball and soccer. Work with CU coaches/athletes, experience campus life. U. of Colorado Boulder campus. 303.492.7931, cubuffs.com/camps
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum Summer Camp. Ages 7-13. Fun activities re aviation and our solar system; build planes, rockets and use flight simulators. www.wingsmuseum.org
YMCA of Metropolitan Denver. Day camps for ages 5-15 at various city locations. 720.524.2792, www.denverymca.org
YMCA of the Rockies at Estes Park Day Camps. One- or multiday camps. Start at $30/day; ages 3-18. Horseback riding, hiking, explore forests, archery, pool, singing, crafts. Traditional camp: hiking, swimming and arts/crafts. Specialty camps: Outdoor Sports, Experiments and Engineering, and Dragons, Fairies and Princess. Teens: Outdoor Living Skills, Mountaineering and Adventurers Camp. http://ymcarockies.org/summer-day-camp/, 1.866.613.9622
YMCA Camp Santa Maria. Traditional overnight camp located near Bailey, Colo. 1-week sessions begin 6/4-8/5. www.ymcacampsantamaria.org
Young Americans Center for Financial Education Day Camps. Weeklong camps include Young AmeriTowne, Girls Can, International Towne, Running Your Own Biz, Jr. $ense and Be Your Own Boss. 303.321.2265, www.yacenter.org/SummerCamps