2013 Summer Camps
There are so many summer camps around St. George that I couldn’t possible list them all. Instead I am going to provide an overview of what camps are offered and how you can find more information.
Community Education & Recreation
You may have received a Course Catalog in the mail, but if not, you can view the Catalog on-line at: ce.dixie.edu. There are way too many camps to list. I am signing up my kids for the Mini Chef class and the Chess Camp. You can register:
- On-line at ce.dixie.edu
- Dixie State University North Plaza Building, 46 S. 1000 E. in St. George
- St. George Rec Center 285 S. 400 E. in St. George
- Dixie State University Hurricane Edu Center 112 S. 700 W. in Hurricane
- Call 435-652-7675
No Limit Dance Studio Summer Camp
Children ages 3 and Up can tumble, dance, sing, and learn at summer camp starting this June.There will be something for all ages. Camp days are Tuesday through Thursday 10 am – 12 pm starting June 4th. No Limit Dance Studio is located at 293 East telegraph (behind Dominos Pizza) For More information Call 668-9304. Or send a message on the No Limit Facebook page.
Valor Hall Summer Camp
Camps run June 10 – August 1, Monday – Friday. Half Day camp is from 9am – Noon & Full Day Camp is 9am – 4pm for ages 4-12. You can find a discount coupon in the Southern Utah Family & Kids magazine. Valor Hall is located at 631 S. 1100 E. in St. George. Call or e-mail 435-688-9311 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.valorhall.com.
Staheli Family Farm – Farm Camp
Farm Camp is for ages 3 and up. Each day kids will learn what it’s like to be a farmer. They’ll do morning chores and enjoy learning and playing. Kids will have an opportunity to interact with real farm animals. Register on-line at www.stahelifamilyfarm.com. Cost is $65 per child and $55 for each additional child. Choose week long sessions from June 3-7, 10-14, 17-21, or 24-28th.
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum Discovery Day Camp
Each week there is a new topic theme and children will participate in games, arts and crafts, nature walks, and learning. This is a hands-on experience for children to learn about the world and the people and animals in it. This is for children preschool – 5th grade. Children will need a sack lunch daily. Tuesday – Thursday 10 am – 2pm starting May 28th. Cost is $45 a week, but you can get a discount for multiple weeks. Located at 1835 Convention Center Drive in St. George 435-656-0033 www.rosenbruch.org
Washington City Community Center Summer Camp
Science Camp: June 3-26 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) for kids 3-5 years old and 6-9 years old
Art Camp: July 8-31 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) for kids 3-5 years old and 6-9 years old
Safety Town: July 29, 30, & 31 for ages 5-7 years old 8:30-10:30 am & 8-10 years old 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. Cost is $25. Kids learn about stranger danger, school safety, home safety, fire safety, bike & crosswalk safety, child ID kits, & more.
Sports Summer Camps: “Little Strikers” Soccer Camp from June 3-5 and “Little Hoopsters” Basketball Camp from June 10-12. Camp is desigend for goys adn girls ages 5-8 years old. Kids will enjoy a variety of fun activities and drills. Cost is $25 per camp which includes t-shirt.
Register at the Washington City Community Center 350 Community Center Drive in Washington 435-656-6360
City of St. George Summer Camps
The city is offering too many camps to list them all, but they include aquatic, art, educational, sports, and specialty camps. You can find the on-line catalog at www.sgcityrec.org under “Youth Programs & Camps”. My son wishes he was old enough for the LEGO camps offered.
Safety Town at East Elementary is May 28 – June 7, 2013. This program is for kids going into Kindergarten and 1st Grade this fall. You can register on-line at www.sgcityrec.org
Move It! Camp is designed for 3-5th graders to keep them buys and moving this summer. Sign up for Camp Atlantis Aquatic Camp, boredom Busters, and//or participate in Olympic Day and earn points for a special Move-It prize. You may have seen the Move It calendars come home with your kids this school year. It is a program started by the St. George Marathon to encourage kids to be physically active. Register at the St. George Rec Center, 285 S. 400 E. or on-line at www.sgcityrec.org