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MAKE IT THEIR BEST SUMMER EVER WITH THESE SUPER FUN THINGS TO DO
Plan a fun summer for the kids with these unique summer camps, activities and programs happening throughout the western suburbs. From swimming and spending time with friends, to learning new things at summer camp– we have you covered. Enjoy!
CAMP NAPER AT NAPER SETTLEMENT
Returns with 18 New Camps
Camp Naper will inspire your child to learn about the past and make connections to the future! Choose from 18 unique camps for every interest! From Camp Sketch & Skulpt to STEM Camp, each camp offers unique hands-on activities led by the museum's team of skilled educators. Unless otherwise noted, all camps are recommended for children entering grades 1-6 in the fall. www.napersettlement.org/campnaper
SUMMER CAMP AT FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT
Fox Valley Park District has a fabulous and fun Summer Camp Line-Up for Summer 2021. Here they are at a glance–
Summer Blast Camp
The biggie. We go all-out to create wire-to-wire fun – full days featuring sports, games, arts and crafts. Weekly special event days and field trips are included!
Sports Camps Whether campers enjoy basketball, baseball, soccer, floor hockey, volleyball – or much more – we cover the basic skills and rules, and the kids participate in drills and games.
Red Oak Nature Camps Spend your summer hiking, playing games and making crafts, while using tools and having fun in nature along the picturesque Fox River at Red Oak Nature Center, where trails and wildlife abound.
Blackberry Farm Camps Experience something new and exciting with a different theme each week, including themed and non-themed activities, amusement rides, adventure playground, swimming and more at one of our premiere destinations.
Science & Technology Camps Robotics, engineering and coding all in one camp! Each day, students will learn a new STEM discipline, including creating interactive stories, animation, programming robots and building engineering models.
Gymnastics & Cheer Camps From poms to tumbling to jumps and stunts, this section of camps features five different options that offer instruction to campers of various ages (4 to 12) and abilities.
Aquatics Camps Choose from three camps and participate in splashed-filled fun! Options include Swimtastic Summer Camp, Mermaid & Pirate Adventure Camp, Camp Atlantis and future Guard Camp.
Early Childhood Camps Featuring reduced screen time, a school readiness curriculum and play-based learning, consider this lineup the perfect introduction to summer camp! These introductory camps are specifically designed for kids ages 2 to 5.
SUMMER CAMP FUN AT NAPERVILLE PARK DISTRICT
Naperville Park District Summer Camps keep kids ages 3-17 active, having fun and making new friends all summer long! Choose from day camps for kids in grades 1-8 in addition to differently themed camps including sports, arts, nature and technology. Register for a Naperville Park District summer camp and enjoy value and fun – all in one! Register today at:
TINKERING CAMP AT DUPAGE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
Build gadgets and gizmos that spur imagination, challenge creative thinking, and strengthen problem solving all while having a blast! Tinkering Camp is a half-day, in-person camp that provides an immersive opportunity to build with real tools to solve real problems. Budding engineers, ages 4–15 years, will find joy in the challenges, knowledge in the failures, and the confidence and ability to keep trying.
REGISTER NOW FOR BASEBALL PROGRAMS AT NAPERVILLE PARK DISTRICT
Introduce your child to the “great American pastime” of baseball with the Naperville Park District’s T-ball, Coach Pitch and Girls’ Softball programs. Kids ages pre-K through 8th grade can start by learning the basics of the game and gain confidence through skills development and competition. The sport of baseball is a great opportunity for kids to get involved with athletics and learn the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship in addition to being active and having fun!
MAKE PLANS TO VISIT BLACKBERRY FARM
Reopening After a Long Closure – Early Bird Rates through May 14
Blackberry Farm – the Fox Valley Park District’s living history museum – is set to reawaken in 2021, after the entirety of the 2020 season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Season passes are available for purchase. District officials announced early-bird rates from March 1 through May 14, when a resident season pass for a family of four costs $100, compared to the $120 regular rate. Per CDC guidelines, high-touch surfaces are required to be cleaned every two hours, Harling said, and park staff will adhere to all regulations set forth by state and local health organizations. Season passes can be purchased at https://www.blackberryfarm.info/memberships-season-passes/, or at the Vaughan Athletic Center, Prisco and Eola community centers, and Cole Center Administrative Office.
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