Don’t let the kids get bored this summer. You can keep them busy with fun and enriching activities that are available in our communities. Check out the camps and clubs in the area below:
The Pretty Academy Ambassadors
Is your young lady interested in the Fashion Industry? The Atlanta Fashion Network is accepting applications for young ladies, 8 to 18 to belong to the metro area’s first community organization for girls wanting to design fashions, model, become a stylist or a retail buyer.
Spaces limited, so apply today. To join, write a short essay of 50 words or less, answering the question “What do you want to do in the fashion industry and why?” Email your essay to email@example.com by the June 15th deadline.
Impact Summer Fun Camp 2012
Do your kids like variety? Enroll them in the Impact Summer Fun Camp so they can enjoy indoor and outdoor activities, arts and crafts, field trips, video games, math and reading. Kids 5 to 12 years can enroll.
Camp Info: Monday- Friday, 7 am until 7 pm. Enrollment open now until August 3, 2012. $85 weekly. For more information, call 404- 532- 8988.
Eagles Soar Performing Arts Theatre Program
Does your children show promise in acting, singing or dancing? Then, enroll them in the Eagles Soar Performing Arts Summer Program to learn and tune their performance skills. They’ll learn film and TV basics, stage basics, audition skills and dance. Children ages 6 to 17 will be groomed for professional auditions and have an opportunity to audition in the theatrical production, “Children of Purpose.”
Camp Info: Monday-Friday, 7 am until 6:30 pm. Enrollment open now. $65 weekly. $100 off for the first 100 to register. Call 678- 982- 1999 or log onto www.espatheatre.com for details.
Cindy Chenier Cares Camp
This is a wonderful opportunity for foster children only. The Cindy Chenier Cares Foundation is sponsoring a free camp for foster children ages 6 to 12 can enjoy loads of exciting sports activities including basketball, soccer, volleyball, skating, golf, tennis, art and music and field trips. If you’re a parent or an agency caring for foster children, please call to find out which of three locations is nearest you.
Camp Info: Monday- Friday, 8 am until 5 pm. Enrollment open now. Call 770- 206- 7777 for details.
Dekalb County’s Camp Superstars
Your children will experience a variety of exciting activities including field trips, swim lessons, arts and crafts, fun with nature, sports, health and wellness clinics, team games and more. Kids ages 5 to 15 can register. Camp Superstars has been moved to Clifton Elementary School, 3132 Clifton Church Rd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30316.
Camp Info: Monday – Friday 7 am until 6 pm. Camp begins June 4th until August 3rd . $55 weekly. Registration required at www.dekalbcountyga.gov/parks.
Call 404- 244- 4890 for more information.
Camp Rise Summer Camp
Help promote girl power by enrolling your young lady in this summer’s Camp Rise. They’ll be exposed to athletic and fitness activities to encourage a healthier lifestyle.
Lessons in nutrition, diet and health will also be featured. Girls ages 7 to 18 are encouraged to come jump rope, race, hula hoop, dance, exercise and much more at English Park, 1340 Bolton Road, Atlanta, GA 30318
Camp Info: Monday- Friday, 6 am until 6:45 pm (this may vary), Beginning June 4th until June 29th, $65 weekly. Register online at www.athletesontherise.com.
Call 404- 391- 2450 for details.
Dudley’s “Born to Lead” Youth Leadership Camp
Our society has two kinds of people, those who lead and those who follow. Encourage you kids to become the leaders of tomorrow by enrolling them into the Youth Entrepreneur Program at Dudley’s Academy. They’ll learn leadership skills, business development, marketing and public speaking. Dudley’s “Born to Lead” Youth Leadership Camp is dedicated to building entrepreneurs, executives, community and political leaders
Camp Info: June 25-June 29 and July 9-July 13. $197 weekly. For more information call 1-877-262-PEAK(7325).
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