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6/3 to 8/2—Adventure Trek Camp. Adventure Trek Camp for ages 11-15. Full-day camps with swimming and field trips each week! State-licensed and low child to staff ratios. Registration opens 2/20. $155/week. c3gov.com/camp. 303-289-3789. c3gov.com/camp. Eagle Pointe Recreation Center, 6060 E. Parkway Dr., Commerce City, 303-289-3789
6/3 to 8/9—Avid4 Adventure. Our Stapleton summer day camps in Colorado take pre-K–7th graders of all ability levels out to a range of stunning settings introducing them to exciting local outdoor adventures to bike, climb, paddle, & hike. 720-249-2412 or firstname.lastname@example.org. avid4.com/front-porch. Westerly Creek Elementary, 8800 E. 28th Ave, Denveremail@example.com
6/3 to 8/16—SPREE Summer Camps. SPREE= South Platte River Environmental Education SPREE runs 10 unique weeks of camp at two spectacular Denver locations! Sign your kids up for SPREE camps this year, and they will experience the wild and nature that lives in our city! thegreenwayfoundation.org/summer-camps.html. 610 S Jason St, 720-306-8000
6/17 to 7/19—Four Mile Camp on Cherry Creek, at Four Mile Historic Park. A week-long day camp combining outdoor exploration with history-centered activities, for ages 6-11. Sessions are June 17-21 and July 15-19, 9 am-3 pm. $325 per camper, with optional before/after care and half-day sessions available. fourmilepark.org/summer-day-camp. Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St., firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-865-0814 for more information.
6/3 Monday—Summer Career Camp. The Dumb Friends League offers seasonal camps for kids and teens in support of our goal to teach children and young adults the importance of treating animals in a humane way. ddfl.org/youth-camps. 2080 S Quebec St, 303-751-5772
6/3 to 7/26—Equine. Ages 5-7 Very Young Riders and Ages 8+ Beginner and Progression Half Day and Full Day Options Prices ranging from $300 to $550 – January 21 to February 28 and $325 to $575 Starting March 1 theurbanfarm.org/summer-fun-on-the-farm. The Urban Farm at Stapleton, 10200 Smith Rd, 303-307-9332
6/3 to 8/2—Urban Ag and Ranch Camp. Ages 6 – 11 Young Farmers Cost/one week: Early Bird Discount – $325 – January 21 to February 28 Non-Members $350 – Starting March 1 Ages 13-15 Youth Farmer Leadership $200, theurbanfarm.org/summer-fun-on-the-farm. The Urban Farm at Stapleton, 10200 Smith Rd, 303-307-9332
6/3 to 8/8—Summer Critter and Career Camps. The Dumb Friends League offers seasonal camps for kids and teens in support of our goal to teach children and young adults the importance of treating animals in a humane way. ddfl.org/youth-camps. 2080 S Quebec St, 303.751.5772. Also 6/17 to 6/20 at our Castle Rock location.
6/3 to 8/9—School of Rock Denver Summer Day Camps. School of Rock Denver offers a variety of summer day camps for musicians ages 7-18, including Rock 101, Led Zeppelin and Best of the ‘90s! Winner of Colorado Parent Family Favorite Award for the past three years in a row! Join the band today! locations.schoolofrock.com/denver/music-camps. 216 S Grant St, Denver@SchoolOfRock.com
6/2 to 8/16—Songwriting/Composition or Music Technology Intensive Program. Songwriting/Composition/Music Technology Intensive Program with Stapleton singer/songwriter/composer David Ross. Write and record music. Grades 7-12. Tuition based on days/times chosen. Contact: email@example.com. denverpianostudio.com/Northeast Denver (Stapleton)
6/10 to 6/14—School of the Poetic City Urban Art Camp. Each morning, visit art in downtown museums, galleries, and streets. Each afternoon, make art in the studio. Create a poetic conversation with the city: viewing art, making art and staging site-specific interventions. schoolofthepoeticcity.com, 2016 Glenarm Pl, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/10 to 7/26—LYNX National Arts & Media Camps. Summer arts camps for high school students at CU Denver. 3 sessions offered with many options for students interested in contemporary music, film, or visual arts. cam.ucdenver.edu/summercamps. 1150 10th St., email@example.com
6/10 to 7/26—Summer Sacred Art For Children 2019. Children entering 1st–5th grades (Fall 2019), create art inspired by sacred texts, sacred spaces and an exploration of world traditions. There are six, five-day sessions in June and July. Register online at montview.org/community. 1980 Dahlia St, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/10 to 8/2—Young Filmmakers Workshop. Developed for teens aged 12-18, the Denver Film Society’s Young Filmmakers Workshops furnish their participants with opportunities to learn the art of cinema, refine their work with professionals and exhibit their films in public. denverfilm.org/education/young-filmmakers-workshop/. Sie FilmCenter, 2510 E Colfax Ave.
6/10 to 8/9—DCPA Education Summer Camp. For eager students as young as three to high schoolers taking the first step towards a theatre career, our classes fuel creativity and reinforce the tools to help all skill levels improve and develop their craft. denvercenter.org/education. Robert and Judi Newman Theatre Education, 1101 13th St, Denveremail@example.com
6/10 to 8/5—Your Soul’s Movement Summer Camps. Half and full day, $150-550, ages 2 and up. Weekly themes: Moana 6/10, Small Foot 6/17, School House Rock 6/17, Visual Arts 7/8, Coco 7/8, Empower U 7/15, Frozen 7/29, Music-Voice 8/5. yoursoulsmovement.com or 303-284-1553. 3825 Newport St.
6/10 to 8/16—Art Camps @ Ceramics in the City. Kids 7 years and older learn pottery, glass fusing, painting techniques and more! ceramicsinthecity.com. Ceramics in the City, 5214 East Colfax Ave, 303-200-0461
6/10 to 8/16—Digistars® Make-a-Movie Workshop. Moviemaking camps creatively combine technology with art in fun, hands-on and kid-driven, stop motion animation or live action filmmaking programs. Open to kids entering grades 1-8. Fees vary by program. DigistarsWorkshop.com. 6740 E. Colfax Ave., 888-611-5090
6/17 to 6/28—School of the Poetic City Animation Lab. Make cartoons using stop-action animation, cel animation, and rotoscope or take your animation skills to the next level and join Peter and Fred for a week with experienced animators. schoolofthepoeticcity.com. 2015 Glenarm Pl, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/17 to 7/26—Musical Review Summer Camps. Musicals include Dear Evan Hansen, Mamma Mia! And Les Miserables. Performances at the end of each camp. Options for ages 6+ and 7+. Mon-Fri 9AM-4 PM Cost: $350-$550. *All camp sales are final. neighborhoodmusicstapleton.com/summer-camps-2019. Stanley Marketplace 2501 Dallas St, Suite 130, Aurora. email@example.com
6/17 to 8/9—Dance Institute Summer Camp. We offer weekly camps throughout the summer for ages 4-up, as well as a summer intensive for more advanced dancers. 1/2 day and full day options are available. Camps include, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Tumbling and Art. DanceInstituteDenver.com. Dance Institute, 4601 Quebec St, 303-525-0011
7/8 to 7/12—Audition Prep Summer Camp. Learn audition tips that will help improve stage presence, portray confidence, overcome nerves, and connect with directors. Students will explore monologues and one act plays. Cost: $275 Ages 7+ neighborhoodmusicstapleton.com/audition-prep-summercamp. Stanley Marketplace 2501 Dallas St, Suite 130, Aurora. firstname.lastname@example.org
7/29 to 8/2—Shakespeare and Swords Summer Camp. Acting and Stage Combat. Student will explore acting scenes in Shakespearean plays and a variety of stage combat techniques. Camp finale will include a family performance showcasing combat styles. Mon-Fri, 9AM-4PM Ages 7+ Cost: $275 neighborhoodmusicstapleton.com. Stanley Marketplace 2501 Dallas St, Suite 130, Aurora. email@example.com
6/3 to 8/1—Preschool Gymnastics Summer Adventure Camp. For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 ½. Two 4-week sessions beginning June 3rd combining gymnastics with enrichment activities, arts & crafts, games and more. Monday thru Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm. Flexible scheduling. Pre-registration is advised. dardanosgym.com/camp. Dardano’s School of Gymnastics, 2250 Kearney St, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/3 to 8/9—Übergrippen Summer Camps. Full day all-inclusive camps (lunch and snacks provided) with different themes each week including Überwarrior, EcoGrippen and Superheros. Kids will also be filling their days with climbing! Ages 7+ $435/wk. ugclimbing.com/camps. 8610 E. 21st Ave., Denver. email@example.com
6/3 to 8/12—Speed and Strength Summer Camps. The best coaching at the right time can change your whole life! This unique week-long half-day summer camp is taught by certified, experienced track+field and weightlifting coaches to develop essential athletic skills for kids at every level. MightyMovementAcademy.com. Stanley Marketplace, 2501 N Dallas St, Aurora, 720-822-1822
6/3 to 8/16—Bounce Stapleton Summer Camp! Join us for non-stop movement and fun this summer at Bounce! Gymnastics, Obstacle Courses, PE style games, and much more! Morning Camp-8:30-12:00am or Afternoon Camp-12:30-4:00pm. $200/week. $50 sibling discount. Ages 5 to 13. bouncestapleton.com. 2501 Dallas St, Unit 118, Aurora, 720-460-0267
6/3 to 8/16—Camp Bladium @ Bladium Sports & Fitness Club. Activities run throughout the Summer and include Dodgeball, Soccer, Flag Football, Capture The Flag, Camp Riddles & Line Tag, and Inflatable Fun Zone among many others. Now available this Summer, half-day camps exclusively for kids ages 4. camps.bladiumdenver.com. 2400 Central Park Blvd., 303.320.3033
6/3 to 8/16—Enshin Karate Summer Camp. Every day includes a wide variety of activities that focus on mindfulness, discipline, embodiment, and play. Your child will explore martial arts, yoga practice, West African drumming, breakdancing, parkour, meditation, and even chess! 10 weeks available, M-F 9am-4pm. Ages 5-12. enshin.com. Stanley Marketplace, 2501 N Dallas St, Aurora, 303-320-7632.
6/10 to 6/21—Stapleton All Sports Tennis Camp. Stapleton All Sports Tennis Camp (4-10 year olds). Camps will focus on the fundamentals of tennis, teaching kids using engaging games and drills. Program will be at McAuliffe tennis courts. $190/week, or $335 for both weeks. stapletonallsports.com. McAuliffe Middle School Tennis Courts, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/10 to 8/8—Fencing Summer Camp. Summer Camp (Fencing and Pentathlon) June 10-13 (M-Th) June 24-27 July 8-11 July 22-25 August 5-8 10 am – 3 pm Early Bird discount 20% until May.15. coloradofencing.com/fencing-camps. Cheyenne Fencing Society, 818 East Colfax Ave., 720-838-4225
6/24 to 8/2—Altitude Youth Ultimate – Ultimate Frisbee. Develop disc fundamentals, athletic skills, and highlight teamwork and sportsmanship. New or experienced players. All camp participants receive a T-shirt and Disc – includes daily lunch too. Camp ages 7-16. Cost – $285 Full day ($185 half day) altitudeyouthultimate.org/camps. MLK Park – 3880 Newport St., Denver. email@example.com
7/8 to 8/2—Stapleton All Sports Multi-Sport Camp. Stapleton All Sports Multi-Sport Camp (ages 4-11): Weekly camps (7/8-8/2, 9AM-12) will rotate through soccer, gym sports, baseball/tee-ball and football. Camps will take place at Central Park in Stapleton $160/week or $550 for all for weeks. stapletonallsports.com. Central Park, 8801 Martin Luther King Blvd, firstname.lastname@example.org
7/15 to 8/12—CorePower Yoga Kids Camp for Ages 5-10. CorePower Yoga Stapleton is offering two, 1-week long camp sessions for kids 5 – 10. Session 1 July 15-19, Session 2 July 29-Aug 2. M-F from 1:30-4pm. Cost is $199 (on/before July 1st) and $225 after. Contact: 303-377-7444/ email@example.com. 7485 E 29th Pl, firstname.lastname@example.org
7/15 to 8/2—ÜberCrushers Training Camp: For Competition Climbing. A camp for those kids 9 to 18 that are involved in competitive climbing (or plan to join a team in the fall). ugclimbing.com/camps. 8610 E. 21st Ave., Denver. email@example.com
7/22 to 7/26—CorePower Yoga Girl Power Camp for Ages 12-16. CorePower Yoga Stapleton is offering one, 1-week long conditioning and enrichment camp session, July 22nd-26th for females, ages 12-16. M-F from 1:30pm-4pm. Cost is $199 (on/before July 1st) and $225 after. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. http:///7485 E 29th Place, Denver. email@example.com
7/29 to 8/2—Grand Slam Tennis Camps. Run by Meredith McGrath, former Wimbledon singles semi-finalist and doubles finalist, 1996. Ages 7-14. Time: 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost: $265/week. Location: McAuliffe. To sign up please contact Meredith McGrath: firstname.lastname@example.org. 2540 Holly St.
6/3 to 8/2—Kids & Teen cooking camps. Your kids can take a culinary vacation on a kitchen journey that will teach them how to cook, eat healthy, and also leverages all those math, reading and science skills right here in our kitchen. Students take their delicious creations home. Most camps 9:30am-12:30pm. uncorkedkitchen.com. Uncorked Kitchen, 8171 South Chester St, Suite A, Centennial, 720-907-3838.
6/3 to 8/10—Junior Chef Camps. Let your junior chefs immerse themselves in a variety of different cuisines and techniques during our weeklong camps! Morning and afternoon half-day camps, 3rd – 8th grade options. createfoods.co. Create Cooking School, 2501 Dallas St, Aurora, 720-573-9949
6/3 to 7/19—Evergreen Country Day Summer Camp. Ages 2-15. In full week sessions (Mon-Fri 9am-3pm), this camp sparks imaginations and energizes learning with classes and sport made for early childhood, elementary, and middle school. Rates starting at $250. Come all 6 weeks or mix n’ match! evergreencountryday.org/programs/summer-camp. 1036 El Rancho Road, Evergreen/303.674.3400
6/3 to 7/26—Montessori Children’s House of Denver Summer Camp. The Montessori Children’s House of Denver (MCHD) recaptures those wonder-filled summer days with fun theme based, activities, gardening, outdoor classrooms, field trips, sports, arts & crafts, cooking and more. mchdenver.org/classroom/mchd-summer-camp. Mayfair (1467 Birch St, 80220), Park Hill (2600 Leyden St, 80207), Stapleton (2211 Xanthia Way, 80238) 303-322-8324; email@example.com
6/3 to 7/26—Summer at Stanley – Camp is in Session! Summer at Stanley is a child-centered, experiential summer program for students ages 5-14. We create activities and environments that allow campers to explore, create, discover and problem solve. stanleybps.org/summer. 350 Quebec St., 303-360-0803
6/3 to 8/2—Youth Camp Venture. Youth Camp Venture for ages 6-10. State-licensed and low child to staff ratios. Full-day camps with swimming and field trips each week. Just minutes away in Commerce City! Registration opens 2/20. $155/week. c3gov.com/camp. 303-289-3789. c3gov.com/camp. Eagle Pointe Recreation Center, 6060 E. Parkway Dr., Commerce City, 303-289-3789
6/3 to 8/9—Arvada Center Summer Camps. Arvada Center Summer Camps are designed for kids to learn new skills, discover new interests and most importantly, have fun! Enroll kids ages 3-18 in camps for drama, visual art, digital arts, dance and more. Camps range from 1 to 8 weeks. arvadacenter.org. 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, 720-898-7200
6/3 to 8/9—Dream BIG Day Camp. 1-3-6-9 weeks of amazing fun. Team/individual sports, performing arts
and arts/crafts. Color War, Carnival, Western, Space, World Cup Soccer Days, rocketry, science, yoga, waterslides, and more! 6:1 ratios. Mature staff. In Hilltop at Carson Elementary, 5420 E. 1st Ave. Mary Stein: 303-377-1805, dreambigdaycamp.com.
6/10 to 8/2—Summer at Kent Denver School. Offering students ages 3-18 a chance to explore their passions with more than 80 outstanding classes in the arts, athletics, technology and design, and academics. Participants explore our 200-acre campus and world-class facilities as they play, create, learn and thrive! kentdenver.org/summer. 4000 E. Quincy Ave, Englewood, 303-770-7660
6/10 to 8/2—Life Tree Day Camp. Lifetree Day Camps is partnering with Stapleton Church for fun, faith, and friendship this summer! Kids ages 6-11 can come for 1 week, or any combination of 7 weeks! $215/child/week. M-F 8:00-3:15. Extended care available. Closed week of July 4. lifetreedaycamps.com. 8700 E 21st Ave, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/10 to 8/9—Summer at Ricks. Summer at Ricks blends fun summer activities with rich academic learning experiences all while enjoying the benefits of the University of Denver campus. du.edu/ricks. 2040 South York St, email@example.com
6/17 to 8/5—ISDenver Summer Camps. At ISDenver, campers explore the world while moving their body, expanding their mind, developing new skills, and forming new friendships. From language immersion (Spanish/French/Chinese) to STEM to athletics, there is something for everyone! isdenver.org/enrich/camps. 7701 E 1st Pl Unit C, firstname.lastname@example.org
6/6 to 9/2—Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. We have 9 separate camps for children adopted internationally and domestically, and their families. Each camp specializes in providing cultural and adoption related experiences, and an opportunity to be with other families “just like theirs.” heritagecamps.org. 2052 Elm St, email@example.com
6/10 to 7/12—Super Star Summer Camp 2019. Building literacy and math skills, self-esteem and confidence for students who want summer support, struggle or have dyslexia. Session Times: 8:15-1130am or 9:15am -12:30pm Full day option available. Designed for students entering 1st-9th grade. everychildreading.net 1091 S. Parker Road (Galilee Baptist Church), firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-306-1107
7/20 to 8/3—Preparing Students for College Success. Landmark College, a global leader in educating students with learning differences (LD), is partnering with Johnson & Wales University to host a new program that will help high school students prepare for success in higher education. landmark.edu/summer/jwu-lc-summer-program. 7150 Montview Blvd # 1, 303-256-9300
6/9 to 8/3—Camp Granite Lake. Connect with friends, counselors and nature in a supportive, un-plugged community! 2-week sessions for campers finishing 2nd-9th grades & CIT program. Kids choose from a wide range of activities. Learn more and register at campgranitelake.com, 11902 Camp Eden Rd, Golden. email@example.com
6/9 to 8/17—Camp Timberline summer camps. Be known, Be Loved at Colorado’s four premier Christian sports and mountain adventure camps in Estes Park and the Front Range. Offering overnight camp, day camp, backpacking and teen service programs for ages 6-18, week-long programs. camptimberline.com. 1207 Longs Peak Road, Estes Park, 970.484.8462
5/27 to 8/2—Wings Over the Rockies Summer Camp. This year take off with Wings in 7 different summer camps, three of which are repeated twice throughout the summer. Wings staff will guide campers in STEAM activities where we will explore living on Mars, the art of space, and much more! wingsmuseum.org/camps, 7711 E Academy Blvd, 303-360-5360 ext 125
6/3 Monday—Summer Camp at Butterfly Pavilion! Keep your kids entertained and inspired by nature and science during the break with incredible invertebrate explorations at Butterfly Pavilion Summer Camp! butterflies.org/learn/children-and-family-programs/camps-at-butterfly-pavilion. Butterfly Pavilion, 6252 W. 104th Ave., Westminsterfirstname.lastname@example.org
6/3 to 6/7—Chess Camp. 25th Annual June Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camp Full and half-day options, 9am- 4pm, 6-18 years old, $369, $249 Learn from National Chess Master and international best-selling author Todd Bardwick. Call 303.770.6696. coloradomasterchess.com/camp. 4500 E. Hampden Ave., Englewoodemail@example.com
6/3 to Mid-August—Summer Adventure Club. Engineering design challenges, experiments and themed activities await as children unlock new ways of thinking—all while having a blast! New themes and challenges each week. K-5th grade. primroseschools.com/balanced-learning/summer-adventure-club. Primrose Schools, 2501 Syracuse St., 303-322-7200
6/3 to 8/16—Summer Camps @ MindCraft Makerspace.com. We offer unique and fun summer camps with 3D printing, laser cutting, sewing, circuitry, robots, STEM and more for kids, ages 5-11 and Teen Summer Studio for kids ages 12-18. Kids design, create, invent & build memories for a lifetime with us. mindcraftmakerspace.com. Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St., #228, Aurora, 303-364-9581
6/3 to 8/16—Summer Camps @ eXL Learning, Located in the Lowry Town Center. Our fun Summer Learning Adventures include Marine Biology, Gross Out Science, Minecraft, Life Beyond Hogwarts, Mini-med School, Chess Masters, and the Academic Booster Camp for struggling readers & writers. Half / Full Day options for grades K-6. exllearning.com. Lowry Town Center 200 Quebec St Bldg 600 Unit 205, 303-364-9581
7/8 to 7/10—Chess Camp – July. 25th Annual June Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camp 9am-4pm, ages 6-18, $259 Learn from National Chess Master and international best-selling author Todd Bardwick. 303-770-6696, coloradomasterchess.com/camp. 4500 E. Hampden Ave., Englewoodfirstname.lastname@example.org