Children’s Programs (ages 5+)
Review the latest issue of News & Events or the online events calendar to find programs that are being offered in the current season. The following is a sampling of the children’s programs regularly offered.
- Adventure Camp – Ages 10 – 15 will combine outdoor adventure and nature education in this week-long camp. Adventure Camp includes hiking, archery, games, challenges and a field trip! Adventure Camps include an overnight for ages 12 – 15.
- Art and Imagination – Children ages 6 – 8 have the opportunity to get creative by designing projects based on a monthly theme.
- Crafting Club – Youth ages 9 – 13 create keepsakes for themselves or to give as gifts at this monthly program during the school year.
- Hidden Meadows Day Camp – A week-long summer adventure for children ages 3 – 12. Explore nature, hike Holes Creek, play games, craft and make new friends at Grant Park.
- Junior Explorers – Youth ages 6 – 8 skip rocks, climb trees, build forts and explore the creek during this opportunity for free and unstructured play in nature.
- Mad Science University – Children ages 8 – 12 experience science firsthand through hands-on, and sometimes messy, activities.
- Outdoor Explorers – Youth ages 9 – 12 skip rocks, climb trees, build forts and explore the creek during this opportunity for free and unstructured play in nature.
- Sugar Valley Day Camp – A week-long summer adventure for ages 3 -12 at Bill Yeck Park. Campers explore nature and play games.
- Recreation Day Camp – Children ages 5 – 11 spend the summer in the parks playing games, doing crafts and making friends. The program is held mornings at various parks throughout the district.
- Teen Friday Fun Nights – Youth ages 12 – 15 hang out Friday evenings at Bill Yeck Park and enjoy games capture the flag, dodgeball, kickball and more.
- Tennis Instruction – Summer sessions – ages 6 – 13 – beginner to intermediate levels. Instructors from KTC Quail Tennis Club.
- Young Birders Club – Teens ages 12 – 17 walk away with a greater knowledge of birds and their role in the ecosystem. Club activities are based on participant feedback.
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