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Dates: May 28-August 9 / Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with Before and After Care Available
Grades: Kindergarten – 8th
Explore science, technology, history and the arts through creative activities and games at Cincinnati Museum Center’s fun and educational Museum Camps. Whether your camper is a masterful maker, future doctor, robotics engineer or pop-culture wizard, Museum Camps have the perfect week planned just for them!
Activities Included: Science, History, Robotics/Technology, Arts/Maker, Pop-Culture
962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45202 + other locations around Cincinnati
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park offers children an introduction to theatre that’s influenced by your favorite movies! Themes and courses vary by week. Choose from half-day camps, full-day camps and performance academy programs! Camps now offered at multiple locations around Cincinnati for ages 3 to 17!
Ignite your child’s passion with Classroom Antics tech camps! Designed for kids ages 7-13, our camps spark creativity by allowing campers to use their imagination and create, make and build new ideas, processes, games and solutions. Kids are introduced to fun challenges and opportunities to gain new insight into STEM subjects, instilling confidence within each camper as they learn. And they’re not alone! Our camps are designed to inspire collaboration among campers, allowing for new friendships to blossom.
Classroom Antics camps are taught by professional educators, equipped with excellent classroom management skills to accelerate learning, motivate interests, and ultimately prepare your child for the future.
Parents love the 12-student class sizes for individualized attention, 1:1 student to equipment ratio for maximized learning and the fun, safe environment for the ultimate tech camp experience!
Camps are weeklong from June 10th-August 2nd. Choose a morning or an afternoon camp, or both for a full day of fun!
Register online using code CINPAR10 for $10 off each camp today! Expires 4/30.
Dates: Explore Forensics 3-Day Camp (New!): June 26–28, 2019; Explore Science 5-Day Camp: June 10–14, 2019 and July 22–26, 2019
Hours: This full day program is from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Explore Astronomy on Thursday begins at 3:00 p.m. and includes an overnight in the museum.
Ages: Grades 4–12
Do your kids love science? Would they enjoy a five-day science camp focused on exploring the wonder of God’s creation? Then Explore 5-Day summer camp is for you. Campers will experience 20 unique, hands-on science workshops—all from a distinctly biblical worldview.
Dates: June 16 – August 10, 2019; 2, 4, 6 and 8 week sessions. Special one week intro sessions for 6-10 yr olds • Ages/Grades: 6-16 • Cost: $1250 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 extensive range of activities, talented staff, excellent food! Independently selected “Top Ten Camp in USA” and “Ohio’s Coolest Camp”. Campers choose own schedule within general framework with 1:4 staff/camper ratio. ACA accredited, many references. Outstanding opportunity for fun and growth in a safe healthy environment. Boys and girls separate with planned coed activities. ADHD and some other learning difficulties offered.
Dates: May 29 – August 16 / Hours: 7am – 6pm
With 108,000 square feet of everything kids love: basketball, gymnastics, swimming, cheer, karate, dance, you name it! Field trips every week outside Kids First and in-house entertainment highlight our unique, active camp experience! Leaders in Training program for teens ages 13-15!
Hours (Milford): Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm
Description: Swing, Climb, Jump and Shoot all day! Recreations Outlet is a local family owned business that specializes in backyard equipment: quality basketball hoops, wooden playsets, top of the line trampolines, hot tubs, multi-sport bounce backs, and rec room tables and fun. Their Milford location also has a HUGE indoor playground to host parties, pay to play, or just test out all the fun before you buy!
Dates: Registration begins March 2, 2019. Camps run May through August; dates for each camp are available on the website • Ages/Grades: Ages 3-15 • Cost: Cost varies depending on each camp. Pricing and camp brochures are available on our website.
Overnight, day and specialty camps at the Y are all about discovery. Kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. And, of course, it’s fun too! (Themed Day Camps, Preschool Camps, Teen Camps, Counselor-in-Training programs, Specialty Camps and Sports Camps).
Dates: June, July, August 2019
Yes, we can make those video games and hobbies educational! This summer your K-12th grader can transform from consumer to creator by learning new STEAM skills while having fun! (STEAM=Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). At STEMs For Youth, our goal is to use platforms kids love as a conduit to teach them language arts, coding, math, teamwork and other life skills! From Robotics to Fashion Design, we have lots of exciting classes that teach 21st Century Skills and problem solving through hands-on, creative activities. Discover the power of STEAM while making friends and having fun. Help us help your child succeed in school and in life!
Along its journey, the Anthony Muñoz Foundation has touched the lives of over 30,000 youth. Now, over a decade later, the Anthony Muñoz Foundation educates, promotes, recognizes and rewards Tri-State youth who excel in all phases of life, while reaching out and empowering those who are struggling. No matter what adversity youth may face, the Anthony Muñoz Foundation programs teach young people that they can overcome their respective obstacles while maintaining a focus on higher education.