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Falcon Camp
Falcon Camp
4251 Delta Rd SW, Carrollton, OH 44615

Contact: Dave Devey
Gender of Campers: Coed
Basic Category: Arts, Sports, Traditional, ADHD and some other learning difficulties offered
Dates: June 18 – August 12, 2017; 2, 4, 6 and 8 week sessions. special one week sessions for 6-9 yr olds
Ages/Grades: 6-16
Cost: $2340 to varies
Activities: Swim, sail, canoe, fish, kayak, paddle board, horse back riding, lots of sports, crafts, drama, tennis, archery, riflery, nature study, mountain bikes, video, photography, dances, lots more.
Widely recognized as Ohio’s premier summer camp since 1959. Beautiful lakefront setting with wide range of activities. Boys and girls ages 6 – 16 choose their own schedule within general framework, separate activities with planned coed events. 1:4 staff/camper ratio. Most of all it’s a great time! ACA accredited, many references.

Greenacres Summer Camps
8255 Spooky Hollow Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242

Contact: Katie Brown

Gender of campers: Coed
Ages: 6-13
Dates: Various dates between June 12-August 5
Activities Included: hiking, fishing, arts, music, gardening and more!

Greenacres Summer Camps offers something for every child in your family! Learn to sew or clown around in our Arts Adventures camps, bond with one of our horses in our Boots and Bridles camps, dig in the dirt and cook up a delicious feast in our Garden Adventures camps, get back to nature and hike on our trails in our Earth Explorers camps, and have fun playing in the water with our Make a Splash camps. Each camp is led by of our caring and professional staff who strive to give campers memories and experiences to cherish for a lifetime.

ArtsConnect Kids Camp
ArtsConnect Kids Camp
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Your kids will have a summer packed with imaginative and fulfilling art projects in the ArtsConnect Kids Camp. In this program kids are empowered to make a difference through their art. The ArtsConnect Kids Camp offers before and after care if needed. Experience a week or an entire summer of art! Visual arts activities centered around community issues.

Dates: 5/30/17 – 8/11/17, in 11 weekly sessions

Ages: second grade through sixth grade

Hours: camp: 9 am – 3 pm; before care: 6:30 am – 9 am; after- care: 3 – 6 pm

Special Needs Offered: Adjustments will be made for the campers as needed.

3799 Hyde Park Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45208
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Summer is more exciting with music classes to brighten each week! Age-specific, specially-designed music classes engage students from the minute they walk through the door. Singing, playing, keyboard time, crafts and more open the world of music to every child. 50+ years experience, trained group music teachers, friendly neighborhood, ample parking and family discounts.
Dates: June-August with flex-terms and options
Ages/Grades: Preschool Music Classes for Ages 6-months to 4-years and Keyboard Camps for ages 5-10
Cost: $70-$170

Brazee Street Studios
Brazee Street Studios
4426 Brazee Street Cincinnati, OH 45209
Is your budding artist eager to learn new skills? Brazee is a national leader in art glass education for children.

Pick from our wide range of kiln forming or torchworking classes, varying from one-day courses to full week camps. We have fun themes of animals, nature, self-portraits and pets for kids of all ages, starting as young as 3 all the way up to 11+. We have more comprehensive classes for our older students, with fun spins on Picasso, Monet, Keith Haring and Charley Harper themed classes. Then for teens, we have exciting bead working and skill-building classes like Torch to Kiln and Teen Painting and Drawing with Glass. There’s something for every artist!
Register for any single class or sign up for the morning AND afternoon sessions to bring a lunch and “Stay-All-Day” at Brazee! Recess and having fun guaranteed.

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Camp Art Academy
Clifton Cultural Arts Center 3711 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220
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Gender of Campers: Coed
Basic Category: Arts
Dates: June 12 – July 28, 2017
Ages/Grades: Ages 5-12
Cost: $155-245
An award-winning and memorable art experience for your camper! Balancing technical instruction with freedom for self-expression. Camp Art Academy’s curriculum includes fundamental visual art skill building activities, two and three dimensional hands-on experiences, guest artists and creative problem solving with lots of fun!

Camp Chabad
2820 Bearcat Way, Cincinnati, OH 45221

Contact: Rabbi Majeski
Gender of Campers: Coed
Dates June 26 – August 4th
Ages/Grades: 2 Yr.-13 yrs old
Cost $190 – $220
A camp that has it all! Sports, Nature, Art, Music, Character Growth, Field Trips, Swimming Lessons, using 200,000 square feet of unmatched fun! Nurturing dedicated staff. “mix and match” your weeks or sign up for all 6 weeks. Lunch and transportation included. ACA Accredited. Cincinnati’s Premier Jewish Day Camp. The only full day Jewish preschool camp in Cincinnati!

953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Dates: Weekly, June 12–August 11 (no camp week of July 4)
Ages/Grades: Ages 6–12
Weekly camp costs: Members: $175 per child, General public: $225 per child, Before /After Care: $35 per child
Jump into art with eight weeks of exciting art projects, gallery games, and more! Explore a different theme each week with activities taught by skilled educators and museum staff. Register for multiple weeks to enjoy all the Art Museum has to offer. Registration starts February 1.

Location: Cincinnati Ballet Center at 1555 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH
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This summer, Kids Dance Camp is heading out on week-long safaris to the jungle, the arctic and the ocean! Each day, we’ll be dancing our way through these wildlife adventures while introducing students to the steps they’ll need to explore the terrain.
Ages: 4 – 8, Prices: $225 – 555, Dates: June 5–9, July 24 –28 and July 31–August 4, 2017

Xavier University, 3800 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati OH 45207
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Contact: KellyAnn Nelson, Associate Artistic Director
Gender of Campers: All-Boy
Basic Category: Arts
Dates: July 31 – August 4
Each summer, SongFest music camp gives boys of all ages (entering grades 2- 12) from throughout the city a chance to sing, participate in sports, learn music theory and play instruments. From an African drum circle, to a choral rehearsal with 120 boys singing together, to a field trip to sing the national anthem and throw out the first pitch at a Florence Freedom game, the week is filled with fun and education. There are two tracks – one for younger boys and another for older boys and those with changed voices.