School is letting out soon and if you’re looking for ways to keep your kids busy this summer, here are some options of area camps and programs to fill those long, sweltering days.
CTL’s theatre camps
The Community Theatre League will hold a myriad of theatre camps this summer. Registration began in March. Students need to register with the camp that matches their grade.
Firetree Place summer programs
Firetree Place will provide kids with breakfast, morning snack and lunch each day of their summer programs in addition to providing music lessons, hip-hop dance lessons, healthy living and swimming opportunities. Kids also will have the opportunity to go on some field trips throughout the region.
Wine & Design’s Art Buzz
Starting in June and running through August, these programs are dedicated to introducing art to young kids. Each week features a kid-friendly art theme plus crafts, activities and games. The kids will be able to do one to two paintings a day.
Camp Susque summer camps
Nestled in the valley north of Trout Run, Camp Susque has been providing youth programs since the 1940s. Beginning with camps for kids as young as 6 years old all the way up through weeks dedicated to families, there is always some type of adventure to fill a week or two or three.
Fairfield Community Church: Kidz Camps
Fairlawn will be hosting four Kidz Camps throughout the summer, for various activities and ages. The program is faith-based and offers a safe and fun place for kids. Registration is purely online. It’s first-come first-serve.
Hope Enterprise’s Children’s Campus
Hope Enterprises will provide summer programs for kids with and without disabilities. Programs will include services like an autism collaboration, early intervention and therapy.
Liberty Arena’s Sports Camps
Help your kids stay active this summer and work on their coordination. Liberty Arena’s sports camps are open to boys and girls ages 7 to 14. Kids will have a healthy selection of sports including football, softball and soccer.
SPCA Safari Day Camp
The SPCA’s Safari Day Camp opens up opportunities for campers ages 6 ½ to 13 to learn about humane treatment of animals in a safe environment. Activities will include examining animal x-rays, talking with a veterinarian, learning the difference between wild and tame animals and building an aquarium. The camps run from June to August.
Lewisburg Children’s Museum summer camps
The staple in Lewisburg’s art scene offers a number of summer programs. The weekly themed camps are available for children of all ages.