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SundayFebruary222015AkronBeaconJournalDINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.5PageFromtennistofootballdontmissthisyearslistofsportscamps.6PageSeecampsforchildrenwithspecialneeds.GUIDEhagedorn GUIDETOSUMMERCAMPSD2AkronBeaconJournalOhio.comINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.SundayFebruary222015www.hattielarlham.org.LookingforasummercampHerearemanyofthedayandovernightprogramsofferedintheAkronarea.Insomecasestimesanddatesareset.Inothersplansarestillbeingmade.Financialhelpandscholarshipsareavailableorsomeofthecamps.Someofferextendeddaycare.Callfordetails.GENERALRECREATIONSUMMITCOUNTYUniversityofAkronBandCampJune22-26.Commuterstudents250overnightstudents475.Forstudentsenteringgrades7-10.Rehearsalssectionalstech-niqueclasseswithUAfaculty.330-972-6919oremailUABandsuakron.edu.UniversityofAkronCenterforChildDevelopmentandLiteracySum-mercampprogrammingforchildren21a.m.to5p.m.Acollaborativeprojectofstringexperienceformusiciansenteringgrades7-12andadultamateurstringmusiciansaswellaschoralvocalexperienceforsingersingrades1-12andadultsingers.Polishensembleskillsincreaseconfidencethroughperformancepracticeandrehearsalexperienceandmusiclit-eraturestudy.Forstringplayerspro-fessionalAkronSymphonyOrchestramusiciansprovidedailycoachingandleadworkshops.Culminatedbyafternoonperformancefeaturingallchamberensembles.Forvocaliststeachingartistswillleadrehearsalsessionsanddailygroupsintech-niquesandtheory.Forstringplayersthreeyearsofplayingexperienceandletterofrecommendationfrominstructorrequired.Singerswillbeplacedinsmallensemblesaccordingtoexperience.Tuition150-340.Spaceislimited.RegistrationendsJune5orearlieriffilled.330-535-8131www.akronsymphony.org.AkronUrbanLeagueSummerEnrichmentDayCampSitetobedeterminedJune8-Aug.14Monday-Fridayeachweek9a.m.to3p.m.extendedcarehours8a.m.to5p.m.Forages5-12525forsummer275foreachadditionalsibling.Fieldtripsclassesincomput-ersartmusicdancedramaphysi-caleducationandswimprogram.Feesincludebreakfastlunchandsnacks.330-434-3101orwww.akronurbanleague.org.AkronZooCamp500EdgewoodAve.Akron.Forages2-15earlyJunethroughAugustone-daythree-dayorfive-daysessions.Daycampsbyagecategories.Learnaboutani-malstheenvironmentconservationprogramsandwhatitisliketoworkatthezoo.Earlychildhoodcampsforages2-5accompaniedbycaregivertaketoursofthezooandchoosefromFurryFriendsCisforCatRock-A-ByeBabyandBeachParty.ZooCampforages5-15threeorfivedays.ThemesincludeRockinRep-tilesCoolCatsDesignanExhibitGreatGrizzliesZooVetWorkingattheZooPredatorsofGrizzlyRidgeandZooviver.Earlychildhoodcamps30forAkronZoomembers35fornonmembers.Three-daycamps65members75nonmembers.Five-daycamps95members105nonmembers.Campsforages13-15115members135nonmembers.Full-daycampforages7-12160members180nonmembers.Eachsessionlimitedto15campers.330-375-2550orwww.akronzoo.org.AlmostMomChildDevelopmentCenter258S.Cleveland-Massil-lonRoadCopleyTownshipMon-trose.GradesK-5JunethroughAugust.WeeklythemesincludeOlympicsGamesParadiseNetSmartzMadScienceSportsWeekandPrehistoricAdventures.ThreefieldtripsperweekincludeAkronRubberDucksgameStanHywetHallGardensAkronZooWeathervaneTheaterbowlingandparks.Cook-outswaterslidessportscraftsandweeklyvisitsfromthebookmobile.ForratescallDominicMusitanoat330-665-4374.BoysGirlsClubsoftheWest-ernReserveSummerprogramsJune15-Aug.149a.m.to5p.m.Monday-FridayatthreelocationsinAkronSteveWiseClub889Jona-thanAve.firstgradethroughage12EllerClub888EllerAve.ages13-18andLeBronJamesClub825FullerSt.firstgradethroughage18.Funandeducationalactivitiesinclud-ingsportsandwellnessacademicscareerexplorationfieldtripsandarts.Breakfastlunchandsnackprovided.Programfeesapply.Entirenine-weekprogramis36050percentdiscountforeachadditionalsibling.Scholarshipsavailablebasedonneed.Limitedprogrammingalsoavailableatothersites.330-773-3375www.wrkids.org.BoyScoutsofAmericaTwocampsforboysingrades1-12.CampManatoc1075TruxellRoadsouthofPeninsulaprovidessevenweeksofresidentcampsJune21-Aug.8.New25-meterswimmingpoolmountainboardingcourse30milesofhikingandmountainbikingtrailsandinstructioninswimminglifesavingengineeringandclimbing.CampButler880W.StreetsboroRoadeastofPeninsulaprovidesfiveweeksofCubScoutdaycampsJune15-Aug.1.Sportsfieldpoolinflat-ablewaterslidethreepicnicsheltersandsixmilesofhikingtrails.Bothcampshavelakesforboatingsail-ingandraftingaswellasshootingranges.ForpricingcallGreatTrailCouncil330-773-0415orvisitwww.gtcbsa.orgorwww.manatock.org.Bricks4KidzMultiplelocationsinAkronarea.ForboysandgirlsgradesK-6.Monday-Fridayhalf-daycamp125.Timesare9a.m.tonoonor1to4p.m.LEGObrickbuild-ingwiththemes.330-526-5125orwww.bricks4kidz.comgreen.BuildingBlocksEnrichmentPro-gram888JonathanAve.Akron.Ages6-12June15-July319a.m.to3p.m.Monday-Friday40perweek.Academicsincludemathread-ingsocialstudiesandscience.Alsosportsfieldtripscommunityservicedaysandgroupactivities.Lunchandsnacksprovided.Scholarshipsavailable.330-375-5065emailhebroughtusoutsbcglobal.net.CampChristopher1930N.HametownRoadBathTownship.Residentcampages7-16weeklongsessionsJune21-Aug.89460perweek.Residentexpresscampages7-12three-daysessionsJune15-July2285.Weeklydaycampages5-12June15-Aug.7190perweek.Swimmingcanoeinghorsebackridinghikingfishingar-cheryropechallengecoursessongtimecraftsandgames.Leadershipcampage17two-weeksessionsJune21-Aug.8700.Lunchsnacksprovided.FamilyCampJune13-18andAug.8-13costbasedoncabin.SeptemberSongCampoverage50Aug.16-21300.DiscoveryCampforpersonswithdevelopmen-taldisabilitiescallforratesfinancialaidandwaiveroptionsavailable.Someearlyregistrationdiscounts.330-376-2267800-296-2267orwww.campchris.org.CampGloboRichfieldParksRecreationDepartment3333BrecksvilleRoad.ForeignlanguageimmersioncampSpanishandadventurecampforages4-11.June29-July10.CamperslearnSpanishwhileparticipatingingameswaterplayartandfieldtrips.330-203-1514330-659-5818www.campglobo.com.CampInventionWeeklongdaycampsforgrades1-6inJuneandJulyatmultiplelocations.Hands-onactivitiesinsciencetechnologyengineeringandmaththatrequirecreativeproblem-solvinginteamsgroupedbyage.Discountsavailable.LocationsareAkronOurLadyoftheElmsElementarySchoolJune8-12NewFranklinNolleyElementarySchoolJune29-July2FairlawnSt.HilarySchoolJune22-26FairlawnFortIslandPri-marySchoolJune15-19NorthfieldNordoniaMiddleSchoolJune8-12AkronPortagePathCommunityLearningCenterJuly13-17NortonMiddleSchoolJune8-12andTallmadgeHighSchoolJune8-12.Discountsavailable.800-968-4332orwww.campinvention.org.CampY.E.S.S.YouthEstablish-ingSuccessSpirituallyMasonCommunityLearningCenter700E.ExchangeSt.Akron.Freesportsandinterpersonalskillscampforboysandgirlsages8-12June8-129a.m.to3p.m.daily.ApplicationsavailableatcenterApril1-May1orcall330-256-33729a.m.to5p.m.Monday-Friday.CentenaryUnitedMethodistChurchDramaCamp1310SuperiorAve.Akron.Forages8-12.July6-265to8p.m.Mondays-Thursdays.DressrehearsalJuly24eveningperformanceJuly25andafternoonperformanceJuly26.Instructioninteambuildingsocialskillsandtheaterartsincludingstagedirectionelocutionsongchoreog-raphyandlinememorization.3560fortwofromsamefamilyand80forfamilyofthreeormore.OpenregistrationJune2011a.m.to1230p.m.Call330-376-9648forinformationandpreregistrationforms.ChildtimesSummerCampChildtimeLearningCenters.Childrenages5-11.Programdetailstobedetermined.Costsvarybyloca-tionandparticipation.Locations1189TallmadgeRoadCuyahogaFalls330-928-6699555WhitePondDriveAkron330-864-4499186PortageTrailCuyahogaFalls330-928-2530269121stSt.CuyahogaFalls3475EmbassyParkwayFairlawn330-666-42262145EastwoodAve.Akron.330-784-25822645ManchesterRoadAkron3101GrahamRoadStow330-673-2050and2546LelandAve.Akron330-784-3399.CrownPointEcologyCenterSummerFarmScienceCamp3220IraRoadBathTownship.Les-sonsFromtheLandforages6-11.Explorethe115-acreecologycenterandfarmthroughactivitiescraftshands-ongardeninghikescookingandtastingvegetablesfromthegarden.Learnhowaworkingorganicfarmandcommunitysupportedagri-cultureprogramoperates.Takecareofchickensstudybeesandcreateafarmersmarket.WeeklongcampsJune8-Aug.39a.m.to4p.m.daily.195perweekwithsiblingdiscountsandscholarshipsbasedonneed.Before-andafter-campcareavailable.330-668-8992orwww.crownpt.org.CuyahogaFallsLibraryChildrensSummerReadingProgram2015ThirdSt.CuyahogaFalls.EveryHeroHasaStoryJunethroughearlyAugust.Familyprogramsstorytimesprizesandcoupons.330-928-2117.CuyahogaFallsNatatorium2345FourthSt.FunFitandFloatCampforages7-129a.m.to430p.m.July13-17andJuly20-24.Fitnesssportsgamesbasketballfitcircuittreehousewaterslidedivingboardbootcampandmore.Half-dayonlandandhalf-dayonwater.150residents170nonresidents.Before-andafter-careavailable25each.330-971-8080.CuyahogaFallsParksandRecre-ationDepartmentCampsQuirkCulturalCenter1201GrantAve.LightsCameraActionYouthThe-atreCampforages7-1210a.m.to1p.m.June22-26.Actdanceandsing.Developskillsincooperationconcentrationenhancecreativityandbuildself-confidence.Registration20resident30nonresidentclassfee50.MagicCampforages9-14130to430p.m.June23-27.Par-ticipateinamagicshow.Registration20resident30nonresidentclassfee50.330-971-8425.CuyahogaFallsParksandRecre-ationPlaygroundProgramForages7-14startingJune8.Freedrop-inseven-weekprogramatsixsites.11a.m.to6p.m.Monday-Thursday11a.m.to5p.m.Friday.Themedayswalkingtripspicnicsboardgamessportsartsandcraftsteamcompetitions.Registrationrequiredforcityresidentsonly.Lo-cationsareValleyVistaParkIndianMountainParkOakParkLionsParkQuirkCulturalCenterandLindenPark.330-971-8225.CuyahogaValleyNationalParkSummerCampResidentialcampinCuyahogaValleyNationalPark.TheatreCampperformingartsskillsgrades4-10June14-19425overnight325daycamp.FarmCamplearningaboutfarmlifegrades4-8July12-17.425.ChefCampwithprofessionalchefsgrades7-11July12-17450.WildernessSurvivalCamplearningsurvivalskillsgrades5-10July19-24orJuly26-31425.AdvancedSurvivorCampincludestwo-nighttentcampingexperiencegrades5-10July26-31425andJuniorRangerDayCampages6-119a.m.to3p.m.July13-17orJuly20-24200weekbefore-andmonthstoage11.June8-Aug.7withtwo-weekminimum.CampWiseisaninteractiveSTEAM-basedSci-enceTechnologyEngineeringArtsMathematicscamp.Fieldtripsandhands-onlearningexperiences.LEGOcampPlayingwithPolymersandRollercoasterManiaareincluded.DiscountregistrationuntilApril15.Ratesdependonoptionsselected.330-972-8210.UniversityofAkronChineseSum-merCampForstudentsingrades7-12tolearnChineselanguageandcultureorarecurrentlyinaChineselanguageclassJune15-19.ExploreChineseartfoodandcalligraphy.100.Spaceislimited.CallNancyEasterlingat330-972-2013oremailneeakron.edu.UniversityofAkronDanceInsti-tuteThree-weekpreprofessionaldanceintensiveJune15-July3forintermediatetoadvancedstudentsincludingballetpointemodernjazzandtap.Two-weeksessionJune22-July3forbeginnersage7orolderincludingballetmodernjazzandtapwithoptionalafternoonartscamp.Storybookdancepre-balletandpre-tapforages3-7Saturdaymorn-ingsMay30-June27.Pre-balletforages5-7MondayandWednesdayeveningsJuly6-Aug.5.Ten-weekrecreationaleveningdanceandex-ercisesessionforadultsteensandages7-12.Detailsatwww.uakron.edudi.Placementclassrequiredforpreprofessionalstudentswithprevioustraining.330-972-7949oremaildanceinstituteuakron.edutoregister.UniversityofAkronEngineeringEntrepreneurshipSummerCampForgrades6-99a.m.to3p.m.July20-24.ThinkTanktoSharkanksponsoredbyH.K.BarkerCenterforEconomicEducation.Applyin-demandskillsconductresearchdesignandconstructaproduct.Pitchyourproducttosharksbusinessleaders.200includeslunchesandsupplies.330-972-7763www.economiceducation.us.UniversityofAkronSportScienceAcademyYouthSportDayCampeachingfundamentalsofsportandwellnessforages5-12.June8-12June15-19andorJune22-269a.m.to430p.m.atInfoCisionSta-diumandcampus.175perweekearlydrop-offandlatepickupavail-able.15discountbeforeMay31.Registeronlineatwww.uakron.edusswecamp.dot.ContactMikeDuveatssacademyuakron.edu.AkronSymphonyandSummitCho-ralSocietySummerMusicExperi-enceOldTrailSchool2315IraRoadBathTownship.June22-269PleaseseeD3 SundayFebruary222015AkronBeaconJournalOhio.comINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.D3www.acmestores.com2445StateRoadCuyahogaFallsOH44223330-928-0533www.fallswheelandwrench.comAll2014ModelsonSaleNowinstockonlywww.akrongeneral.orglifestylesafter-careavailableforsecondweek.Emailinfoforcvnp.orgcall330-657-2796ext100orvisitwww.conservancyforcvnp.org.DanceBeatz727CantonRoadAkron.FormerlySharonRaeDanceSchool.SummerDanceClassesforboysandgirls3-11July13-22.StudentsattendclassesMondayandWednesdayevenings.46.330-784-3822www.dancebeatzakron.com.EmmanuelChristianAcademy1650DiagonalRoadHouseoftheLord.Summerenrichmentprogramforages4-14.830a.m.to330p.m.June8-July24.Extendedcareavailablestartingat7a.m.endingat530p.m.Readingwritingandmath.Specialactivitiesandfieldtrips.EntrepreneurshipCampforgrades4-10.TitleXXaccepted.330-836-7182www.ecarams.org.EquestrianCenteratYMCACamp-Noah6801ChristmanRoadGreen.Dayandovernightranchcampforhorseenthusiastsages8-16.Horsemanshipandeques-trianmanagementmountedandgroundlessons.Outdoorandindoorfacilities.Campersgroupedbyageexperienceandability.Alsoswim-mingteamsportsandtraditionalcampingactivities.330-896-1964www.gotcamp.orgoremailsusangakronymca.org.FastLaneBowlingandPartyCenterDayCamps193WoosterRoadN.Barberton.DramaandArtCampgradesK-6June22-2610a.m.to1230p.m.75.Exploreartmediumsandputonaplaywithcamp-endingperformance.LEGOCampgradesK-6July1410a.m.tonoon25.330-753-6910.FirestoneParkCommunityCenter1480GirardSt.Akron.Summerdaycampsforschool-agechildren.WeeklythemesincludeTheaterCampKinderCampPirateCampsewingandquiltingandmore.Callforregistrationinformation.330-375-2806.FirstUnitedMethodistChurchSummerCamps245PortagerailCuyahogaFalls.G-ForceDayCampgrades1-69a.m.to5p.m.June22-26.VacationBibleSchoolinthemorningandfieldtripsintheafternoon5045additionalsiblings.RegistrationstartsMarch30.VBS-onlyoptionforage3-grade6510familymaximum.WesleyOvernightCampAug.7-9atCampAldersgateinCarrolltongrades4-6forthreedaysandtwonights.110beforeJune28135after.ChessCampgradeKandup9a.m.to4p.m.July13-17includeschess-themedtripsandtourna-mentnoexperiencerequired150.330-923-5241ext.218orwww.firstchurchcf.com.GirlScoutsofNortheastOhioCampLedgewood7047Akron-PeninsulaRoadPeninsula.Summerresidentcampopentoallgirls.Mid-JunetolateAugust.OpenhouseApril262to430p.m.800-852-4474.GoddardSchool105SpringsideDriveBathTownship.Forages6weeksto10years.Pricesvarybyageandnumberofdaysattended.June1-Aug.27.ThemeinJuneisRoadripAcrosstheUSAlearningaboutpeopleculturesandlandmarks.InJulytravelAroundtheWorldlearn-ingaboutmodesoftransportationhistoryandcultureofvariouscoun-tries.LaunchingintoOuterSpaceinAuguststudyingNASAspaceshuttlesandspecialmissions.FieldtripsandvisitsfromtheBubbleLadyOutbackRayRonaldMcDonaldandCapnWillie.ContactLisaorKarisat330-655-3035orDAkronOH2goddardschools.com.GreensSummerDayCampParksandRecreationDivisionBoettlerPark5300MassillonRoadGreen.Weeklydaycampsforages7-129a.m.to2p.m.dailyMonday-FridayexceptJuly4weekJune8throughweekofJuly6twocampseachdaycampersdividedbyage.50perweekresidents60nonresidents.ArtsCraftsCampJune8-12HeroesandMartialArtsCampJune15-19SurvivalandNativeSkillsCampJune22-26HolidaysCampJune29-July2andFeatherFurandScalesandConstructionZoneCampJuly6-10.Campersrequiredtobringsacklunchandbottleofwatereachday.330-896-6621orwww.cityofgreen.org.HereForYouChildDevelopmentCenter5625ManchesterRoadNewFranklin.Summerprogramsforchildren6weekstoage13.Differ-entfocuseveryweekincorporatingmathscienceEnglishsocialstudiesandsocialskills.7a.m.to6p.m.Monday-Fridayparttimeorfulltime.Forschoolage30perday120perweek.Foryoungerchildrencall330-882-5300orvisitwww.hereforyoucdc.com.HudsonCommunityEducationandRecreationCampsDaycampsJune-Augustforage3throughhighschool.EnrichmentcampsincludeartLEGOSafetyTownmusicstringscampshowchoirrocketdancescienceSTEMsurvivalmannersandtechnology.110to450.TeenadventureweeksincludetripstoCedarPointcanoeinglasertaglimousinescavengerhuntwaterparksandmore.CarCampandThe-aterCampalsoofferedalongwithJumpStartsSportsCampforallageswhichfocusononesporteachweekandBlueStreakCampswithsportsandoutdooradventureeachday.Be-fore-andafter-careavailable.OpentoHudsonresidentsandothers.Discountsforearlyregistration.330-653-1210orwww.hudson.k12oh.ushcerstartinglateMarch.HudsonMontessoriSchool7545DarrowRoadHudson.Daycamp730a.m.to545p.m.June8-Aug.21.Forages3-12.Archeryphotographyfashionsewingandart.InteractivescienceprogramsfromtheGreatLakesScienceCenter.WesternReserveChamberFestival.CreateYourDayprogramsavailable.Attendoneweekorall10themedcamps.Averagepriceis115perweek.Flexiblehoursanddaysavail-able.Call330-342-7235emailcamphudsonmontessori.orgorisitwww.hudsonmontessori.org.JohnsonsCornersSummerCampJohnsonUnitedMethodistChurch3409JohnsonRoadNorton.Ages5-14.May29-Aug.189a.m.to3p.m.80before-andafter-careavailable730a.m.to530p.m.TitleXXaccepted.Differentthemeseachweekfieldtripscraftsgamesinflatablewaterslideindoorgymsnacksprovided.CallJennieLesterat330-825-1528.KenmoreCommunityCenter880KenmoreBlvd.Akron.Weeklythemedcampsinceramicsartsandcraftsquiltingandmore.Datestimesandcoststobeannounced.Call330-375-2812.KidsAcademyofCopley3745CopleyRoadCopleyTownship.Infantstoage13June8-Aug.21.School-agesummerprograms.Discountsforearlyregistration.StepUptoQualityProgramstar-ratedcenter.330-666-8293orwww.kidsacademyofcopley.com.KidsCountryJunethroughAu-gustforages5-12.CampthemeisSummerPLAYlistandeachweekwillcenteronadifferentpopularsong.SoccerlessonsartclassesSTEMweeklyswimminghikingandvisitstolocalparks.FieldtripsincludecandyfactorytoursFunnStuffpizzashopscookingclassestrampolineareasLaserQuestandmore.Ratesvarybylocation.SummitCountylocationsare4923HudsonDriveStow330-686-77072955SmithRoadFairlawn330-668-5144and1801TownParkeCenterGreen330-899-0909.KidsCamp1177NortonAve.Norton.Forages5-12.630a.m.to6p.m.Monday-Friday.Craftsgamesandsnacksrelatingtoweeklytopics.Fieldtripsincludemoviesandswim-ming.Dailyandweeklyrates.Siblingdiscountsandflexibleschedules.Title20accepted.CallKathyEadsat330-825-3959.KidsPlaySummercampprogramJunethroughAugustforchildrenages5-11fullandparttimefrom630a.m.to630p.m.at388S.MainSt.Akron330-253-2373akronkidsplaychildcare.comand1651BoettlerRoadGreen330-896-2400greenkidsplaychildcare.com.Breakfastlunchandsnackfieldtripssportsprogramsreadingscienceandmathskills.Parttimeatleasttwodaysandfulltime.Costvariesaccordingtoschedule.KinderCareLearningCenter5812DarrowRoadHudson.Sixthemedactivitiesforages3-12centeropenfrom630a.m.to630p.m.JunethroughAugust.Biweeklythemes.Pricesdependonpackageandtimes.ContactKateBodvenskischooldirectorat330-656-2737www.KinderCare.com.KungFuSummerCampCampY-Noah815MountPleasantRoadGreen.Forages6-149a.m.to330p.m.July20-24.Gearedfornewtoadvancedmartialartists.Goalistoearnabeltoradvancetothenextlevel.Swimmingthemedcraftshigh-ropescoursebullyandstrangerdefense.Discountsforearlyregistra-tion.200bySaturday220March1-May15240May16-July4.Registeratwww.victorydefensesys-tems.comcamp-2015.html.LifeCenterPlusHealthFitnessCenterSummerKidsCampsHalf-dayandfull-daycampsat5133DarrowRoadHudsonJune8-Aug.21.Themedcampseachweekforages3-15includingsportssciencewildlifeandfitness.Fieldtripseveryweekforages8andup.Weekdaysfull-dayandhalf-dayweeklyorthreedaysperweek.110perweekforchildofamember175nonmem-berhalf-day9a.m.tonoon75and120.Three-dayfull-daycamp65and115half-day50and75.Before-andextended-careavailable.Counselorintrainingavail-ableforages13-15.CallAmandaBoswellat330-655-2377ext.145oremailaboswelllifecenterplus.comorwww.lifecenterplus.com.MadScienceCamp2015Loca-tionsthroughoutNortheastOhioincludingHudsonTwinsburgandJacksonTownship.Half-dayandfull-day.School-agecampersselectfromsevendifferentweeksofthemedpro-gramming.Three-hourjuniorcampforages4-6.Hands-onexperimenta-tionandscientificgamesSnacksanddrinksprovided.330-498-0033orvisithttpnortheastohio.madscience.org.MagicalTheatreSummerCampsBarbertonHighSchool555BarberRoad.Daycampforages7-17.K.I.D.Campdevelopsskillswithprofessionalstaffthroughdayclassesinactingsinginganddanc-ingculminatinginaperformanceJuly6-17400.330-848-3708orwww.magicaltheatre.org.TheaterCampatCuyahogaValleyNationalParkperformscenesthatusetheoutdoorsasastage.Overnightcampforgrades4-10June14-19425daycamp325.330-657-2796orwww.conservancyforcvnp.org.McKinleyEarlyChildhoodCen-ter2529RomigRoadAkron.Summerprogramforages6weeksto12years.Fieldtripsincludingrollerskatingmoviesandlocalparksfreetoparents.School-ageroomandplayground.Programfreeuponenrollmenttothecenter.TitleXXaccepted.Privatepayis143full-timeweek25-60hoursor96part-time.330-745-8818.NewAdventuresClubAdventuresSummerCamp8054DarrowRoadTwinsburg.Forages5-12.June8-Aug.14Monday-Fridayeachweek9a.m.to3p.m.Extendedcarehours630a.m.to630p.m.Allmealsprovided.185perweekfreebefore-andafter-care.Fieldtripsincluded.ContactStephanieTillmanorNinaDayat330-425-2030orwww.newadventuresearlylearning.com.NewHopeLearningCenterSum-merCamp4415DarrowRoadStow.Ages3-12June8-Aug.21630a.m.to6p.m.daily.Play-groundindoorgymfieldtripsweeklythemes.Computersartmusicfitnesship-hopdancetalentshowssportswaterplaynaturestudiescraftsscienceandmathskillsandmore.Costvariesaccord-ingtoschedule.330-688-9970.NorthwestFamilyRecreationCen-terSummerCamps1730ShattoAve.Akron.JunethroughAugustdatestobedetermined.PreschoolCampArtCampDanceCampandMusicalTheater.RegistrationApril15.330-375-2849.PeninsulaArtAcademy1600W.MillSt.Peninsula.Summerdaycampsinpaintingfiberarthistorydrawingglassfusingupcycledartandmore.9a.m.tonoon1to4p.m.orfullday.DatestimesandthemeswillbepostedbyApril1.330-657-2248infopeninsu-laartacademy.comorwww.peninsu-laartacademy.com.PrimroseSchoolsSummerCamp1295CorporateDriveHudson.Ages5-12JunethroughAugust.Creativeactivitiesandthreefieldtripsperweek.Engineeringdesignchallengesdiscoveriesandoutdoorexploration.Callforratesortoregis-ter.330-653-3388emailkzetlawprimrosehudson.comorvisitwww.primrosehudson.com.RiversideSummerCampRiver-sidePreschool2433S.MainSt.CoventryTownship.Grades1-6dailyorweekly.On-andoff-campusactivi-tiessportsartsandcraftsgamescookingswimlessonsbowling.TripstoGreatLakesScienceCenterInflat-ableInsanit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0p.m.June26-27.Participantswillperformintheplayorworkbackstageifpreferred.Auditioningreadingscriptscastingtheateretiquetteimprovpropsandrehearsing.150discountsforreturningstudentorbringingafriend.330-620-7314www.westernreserveplayhouse.com.YMCACampY-Noah815MountPleasantRoadGreen.One-andtwo-weeksessionsJunethroughAugustforages6-16.Dayandresidentcampsandtripprograms.Swim-mingcanoeingclimbinghorsebackContinuedfromPageD2PleaseseeD4 D4AkronBeaconJournalOhio.comINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.SundayFebruary222015www.playhousesquare.orgcommunitywithRodgersHammersteinsCinderellaBROADWAYSUMMERCAMPJULY27-31Amusicaltheatercampunlikeanyotherforteens14-19wholovetoactdanceandsing.IncludesmasterclasseswithBroadwayprofessionalsandatickettoCinderella216-348-7909playhousesquare.orgcommunitywww.shawjcc.orgcampinfocrownpt.orgwww.crownpt.orgwww.porthousetheatre.comridingartsandcraftshikingsportssciencecampcheernasticsscubaroboticsandpaintball.Daycamp165-405perweekovernightcamp475perweekdependingonprograms.Openhousesfrom130to430p.m.onApril1226andMay17.ContactMichaelOhlatmikeoakronymca.orgor330-896-1964.Visitwww.gotcamp.orgorwww.akronymca.org.MCADayCampForages5-12includesnaturesportsgamesandcrafts.Themeweeksfieldtripsandexplorationoutdooradventure.Pricesvary.June-AugustatFirestoneParkbranch350E.WilbethRoadAkron330-724-1255Greenbranch3800MassillonRoad330-899-9622LakeAnnabranch500W.HopocanAve.Barberton330-745-9622Riverfrontbranch544BroadBlvd.CuyahogaFalls330-923-9622NordoniaHillsbranch8761ShepardRoadMace-donia330-467-8366CascadeVillageEarlyCareCenter210E.NorthSt.Akron330-983-5573WYDACAEarlyCareCenter1250W.ExchangeSt.Akron330-864-3560AYSPlaceEarlyCareCenter380MineolaAve.Akron330-836-7435HopeEarlyCareEducationCenter475OhioSt.Akron330-434-5900YMCAoffice330-376-1335orwww.akronymca.org.outhExcellencePerformingArtsWorkshopInventorsHallofFameSTEMSchool199S.BroadwayAkron.July20-26.Ages12-17.raininginvoiceandextemporane-ousspeakingartdancedramaandmimecreativewritingorchestrasongwritingphotographyandvideo.EmergingLeadersInstituteadvancedclassesforages18-21220-270.DiscountforregistrationbyMarch8.WEPAWforages4-1130-70dis-countsforsiblings.330-786-9601www.yepaw.org.MEDINACOUNTYCampInventionWeeklongdaycampsforgrades1-6inJuneandJulyatmultiplelocations.Hands-onactivitiesinsciencetechnologyengineeringandmaththatrequirecreativeproblem-solvinginteamsgroupedbyage.Discountsavailable.LocationsareEllaCanavanElemen-tarySchoolinMedinaJune15-19andHickoryRidgeElementarySchoolinBrunswickJuly13-17.Discountsavailable.Call800-968-4332orisitwww.campinvention.orgtoregister.KidsCountryOctagonDriveMe-dina.JunethroughAugustforages5-12.ThemeisSummerPLAYlistandeachweekwillcenteronadifferentpopularsong.SoccerlessonsartclassesSTEMweeklyswimminghikingandvisitstolocalparks.FieldtripsincludecandyfactorytoursRinkyDinkpizzashopscookingclassestrampolineareasLaserQuestandmore.330-723-8697.MorningStarFarmMinistriesKidsDayCamps9241FriendsvilleRoadSeville.930a.m.to330p.m.Boatinghorsebackridingbasketballvolleyballfishingplay-groundcraftsandmore.Snacksanddrinksprovidedbutparticipantsshouldbringlunch.Sometransporta-tionprovided.75perweek65forsiblings.GradesK-6June22-26July6-10July20-24Aug.3-7andAug.10-14.330-633-7349orbprough48gmail.com.OnceUponaDreamDanceandCheerCampsTwolocations4500RidgeRoadGrangerTownship207GreatOakTrailWadsworth.Forages3-18.CheeranddancecampsduringJune.330-239-1777.SalvationArmy527CollegeSt.Wadsworth.Seven-weekacademicdaycampforgrades1-6June22-Aug.7930a.m.to330p.m.Monday-Friday.65perweek.CallLindseyKercherat330-335-2327.SummerReinforcementProgramNorthropElementarySchool950E.ReaganParkwayMedina.Half-dayprogramsforages3-129a.m.tonoonJune11-July11.TutoringprogramopentoresidentsofMedinaCountywithemphasisonmathandreadingreinforcementofbasicclassroomskillsautismservicesandsocialgroupunit.Speechtherapyoffered.300.RegistrationdeadlineMay22.AffiliatedwithUnitedWayofMedinaCounty.CallJaneLangolat330-725-5311KimLoveat330-289-5995orRobinMenonoremailsumreinzoominternet.net.WadsworthYMCADayCamp623SchoolDriveWadsworth.JunethroughAugustforgradesK-5.Before-careat7a.m.camp9a.m.to4p.m.after-careendsat6p.m.Fieldtripscraftsenrichmentactivitiesnaturehikesswimminggamessports.135perweekformembers155nonmembers.CallRyanReavyat330-334-9622ryanrakronymca.orgorvisitwww.akronymca.orgwadsworth.PORTAGECOUNTYA.C.E.AcademyAeronauticsCa-reerEducationVanDeusenHallKentStateUniversity.Explorecareersinaeronautics.Grades9-12June8-12830a.m.to330p.m.225forcompactstudents275fornoncompactstudentsincludesflyingaKSUCessnawithinstructortouringClevelandHopkinsInternationalAir-portairtrafficcontroltowerandradarcenterUnitedExpressheadquartersandoperationstowerNASAGlennResearchCenterandKSUsairtrafficcontrollersimulator.www.sixdistrict.comclickservicesthenAeronau-ticsCareerExperience.CampAsbury10776AsburyRoadHiram.Faith-basedweeklongresidentcampsforgrades1-12anddaycampsforgrades1-6.Sixone-weeksessionsJune14-July24.Canoeinghikingswimmingarcherynatureexplorationartmusicceramicschallengecoursesgiantswingmudslidediscgolfoutdoorcookingphotographyandstar-gazing.345perweekresident164day.Financialassistanceavailable.AministryoftheUnitedMethodistChurch.Openhouse2to6p.m.Sundayorcalltoarrangeatour.330-569-3171emailinfocampasbury.orgorwww.campasbury.org.CampCarlResidentanddaycampssponsoredbyTheChapelinAkronatthecamp8054CalvinRoadRavennanexttoWestBranchStatePark.WeeklysessionsJunethroughAugustforages6-17.Ac-tivitiesincluderidinghorsestubingcanoeingarcherywhitewaterraftingandpaintball.Daycampsforages6-9Monday-Thursdayandovernightcampsforages9-17Sunday-Friday.330-315-5665camp.carlthe-chapel.orgorwww.campcarl.org.4CasArsSudioAcornAlle144E.MainSt.Kent.DaycampsJune8-Aug.14forages3-15.Campsrangefromonethree-hourdaytofourdays12hourstotal.ThemesincludeBeesKneesRufinoTamayoMermaidBirdwatchersSharkWeek2.0Pixelcraft2.0DrawingandWatercolorDrawingandMangaVincentVanGoghandRob-ertBateman.45-180.www.4cats.comacornalleysummer-camps330-677-8575acornalley4cats.com.HiramCollegeSummerCampsAcademicresidentialcampsforhighschoolstudents.WritingandtheArtsincludesEmergingWritersWorkshopJune24-27FineArtsWorkshopJuly6-9InstituteofTheatreJuly15-18ScienceandTechnologyincludesMergingGe-nomicswithEntrepreneurshipJune24-27RoboticsAcademyJuly6-9LeadershipincludesCrisisSimula-tionRussiaResurgentJuly13-16.Costforeachcampis325.ContactLisaSchneiderat330-569-5986orschneiderlhhiram.eduwww.hiram.edusummerathiram.KentParksandRecreationSummerDayCampandRecCampforages6-12weeklyJune8-Aug.14Monday-FridayatPlumCreekParkandJune9-Aug.7atKentRecreationCenter.Fieldtripandswimmingeachweek.Craftssportsgamesandnaturestudies.PlumCreekcamp9a.m.to4p.m.daily80perweekKentresidents88nonresidents.KentRecreationKidzCamp630a.m.to6p.m.112residents120nonresidents.LilLearnersCampatRoySmithShelter-houseforages3-59a.m.to1230p.m.Monday-Thursday35resi-dents43nonresidentsperweekstartingJune15.Four-weeksession135and155.330-673-8897orwww.kentparksandrec.com.KentStateUniversityInspireSummerDesignCampSchoolofVisualCommunicationDesignJune14-19.Forages14-19introducesstudentstodesignillustrationpho-tographyinteractiondesigncreativethinkingandproblemsolving.Pre-collegeexperienceledbyfacultyandgraduatestudents.Daycamp450overnight1100.EmailInspireCre-ativeCampgmail.comorcontactJillianCooreyat330-672-9706orvisitwww.inspirecamp.com.KentStateUniversitysPEAKSummerCampProgramWeeklythemedsessionsforages6-129a.m.to4p.m.Monday-FridaystartingJune8.Leader-in-Trainingprogramforages13-15.Lunchandsnacksprovided.Dailyswim-ming.Signupforasmanyweeksasdesired.135perweekforStudentRecreationandWellnessCentermembersandaffiliates160non-members.15discountforsiblings.Before-andafter-careforadditionalfee.CallPhelanNicholeFletcherat330-672-0460emailpfletch3kent.eduorvisitwww.kent.edurec-services.KentStateUniversityPianoInsti-tuteGrades7-12residentialpro-gramforadvancedpianostudentsJuly13-23.1485.www.kent.edupianoinstitute330-672-3100ormbratel1kent.edu.KentStateUniversityResearchCenterforEducationalTechnol-ogyMoultonHallATTClassroom.SummerTechnologyExplorationCampsforages6andover.LEGOWeDoRoboticsLevel1ages7andup9to1130a.m.June15-18andJune22-25BreakingtheCodeJuniorAdventuresinCodingages6-81to330p.m.June15-18BreakingtheCodeAdventuresinCodingages9-121to330p.m.June22-25ExploringAnimationCreativityToolsages6-89to1130a.m.June29-July3Explor-ingAnimationDesignToolsages9-121to330p.m.July6-9ExplorationinVirtualWorldsGameDesignages11-plus9to1130a.m.July13-16ExplorationsinVideoProductionStopMotionAni-mation1to330p.m.July13-16LEGOWeDoRoboticsLevel2ages7andupwhohavecompletedLevel1orattendedLEGOWeDoCampduringaprevioussummer.90persessionifregisteredbeforeMay1110after.DiscountsforchildrenofKSUstudentsandfaculty.Contactakratcoskent.edu.LibertyCampforKidsPortageCountyHistoricalSociety6549ChestnutSt.Ravenna.Limiteden-rollmentforgrades1-6.Daycamp9a.m.tonoonMonday-FridayJuly20-24.30.LearnabouttheDecla-rationofIndependenceConstitutionRevolutionaryWarBillofRightsandfoundingfathersthroughexperienceslikere-enactingtheBostonTeaPartyandthemidnightrideofPaulRevereplayinggamesfromcolonialtimescraftsandinteractingwithre-enac-tors.ExploretheWigwamsofFortDakota.Registrationformatwww.LibertyCampforKids.com.DeadlineisJuly1.330-474-3878orinfoportagecountyteaparty.com.LittlePatriotsVillagePortageCountyHistoricalSociety6549ChestnutSt.Ravenna.One-dayfieldtripforgroupsof10ormoregrades1-6.Thegroupregistersforonemorning10a.m.to1p.m.duringtheweekofAug.3-7.LearnaboutfoundingfathersandeventsleadinguptoandincludingtheAmericanRevolution.Role-playinggamesandcraftsthecolonialchildrenwouldhaveexperienced.Meethistoricalre-enactors.Costis5.50perchild.Registrationand50depositdueJune1.Registrationformatwww.LibertyCampforKids.comlookforLittlePatriotsVillage.Moreinforma-tionat330-474-3878oremailinfoportagecountyteaparty.com.MEDCAMP2015NortheasternOhioMedicalUniversity4209StateRoute44Rootstown.July16-18.Three-daymedicalexperienceforstudentsenteringninthgradetostimulateinterestinmedicineandpharmacyandtoexposethemtocareeropportunities.ApplicantsmustexcelinscienceandmathgradesBandaboveandresideinPortageSummitStarkWayneAshlandAshtabulaCarrollColumbianaCrawfordHolmesMahoningRich-landTrumbullorTuscarawascoun-ties.StudentswillstayovernightinaKentStateUniversityresidencehall.330-325-6584orwww.neomed.eduacademicsahecmedcamp.ApplicationsdueApril17.PorthouseTheatreAcademySchoolofTheatreDanceCenterforthePerformingArts1325TheatreDriveKentStateUniversity.830a.m.to5p.m.Aug.3-14.Musicaltheatersummerintensiveandcomprehensiveprogramforhighschoolstudentsparticularlythosewhowishtolearnabouttheaterasaprofession.Auditionandportfolioreadyskillstaughtbyprofessionalfacultywithculminatingproject.450fortwo-weekprogram.50siblingdiscount.Applicationsatwww.porthousetheatre.comorcontactJenniferKoreckiatjkoreckikent.edu330-672-8312.RavennaChristianSchoolDayCamp6401StateRoute14RavennaTownship.EarlyJunetolateAugust.SwimmingatClearwaterParkinHartvilleonTuesdaysandFridays.FieldtripsonThursdays.140perweek30perdaywithminimumoftwodays.Registrationfee70beforeApril180after.PeeWeeCampforage5.SwimmingatClear-waterParkonMondaysandFridaysfieldtripsonWednesdays.70regis-tration.RegistrationdeadlineMay1.330-297-9310.RavennaParksandRecreationSummerDayCampJune8-Aug.14forgradesK-710a.m.to2p.m.daily.Gamessportsartsandcraftsswimminggardeningnutritionandfitnessspecialeventsandfieldtrips.Registrationfeeisforall10weeksandincludestrips.Lunchprovided.220forgradesK-5245grades6-7.BeforedaycampforgradesK-7115afterdaycamp110.JuniorCampCounselorprogramgrades8-10745a.m.to4p.m.215-315.Pricesslightlyhigherfornonresidentsorchildrenwhoseparentsdontworkinthecity.Formsavailableatrecreationoffice530N.FreedomSt.orcall330-296-2864.STARKCOUNTYBricks4KidzMultiplelocationsinCantonarea.ForboysandgirlsgradesK-6.Monday-Fridayhalf-daycamp125.Timesare9a.m.tonoonor1to4p.m.LEGObrickbuild-ingwiththemes.330-526-5125orwww.bricks4kidz.comgreen.CampBereanWayCalvaryChapel8151StuhldreherDriveNWJacksonTownship.Forages8-17.OvernightBibleteachingcampatCampY-NoahinGreenAug.2-8sevendaysandsixnights.Pricestobedetermineddiscountsavailable.SwimmingboatingcraftsgamesandcampfireswithmorningandeveningBibleteaching.330-854-0198or330-833-4347.CampInventionWeeklongdaycampsforgrades1-6inJuneandJulyatmultiplelocations.Hands-onactivitiesinsciencetechnologyengineeringandmaththatrequirecreativeproblem-solvinginteamsgroupedbyage.Discountsavail-able.LocationsareNorthCantonHooverHighSchoolJune15-19Canton-PlainTownshipGlenOakHighSchoolJune8-12EastCan-tonElementarySchoolJune8-12Alliance-MarlingtonTownshipMar-lingtonMiddleSchoolJune22-26andLouisvilleLouisvilleElementarySchoolJune22-26.Discountsavailable.800-968-4332orwww.campinvention.org.CampWanake9463ManchesterAve.SWBeachCity.Dayovernightshort-weekandweeklongprogramsforgrades1-12June14-July31.Opportunitiesincludeperformingmusicalandfineartsswimminghorsebackridingandequestrianstudiesbaseballrockclimbingca-noeinganimalfunculinaryfishingvideogamesfashionandwildernesssurvival.CounselorsfacilitatedailydevotionsBiblestudyandprayer.330-756-2333www.campwanake.org.CantonJointRecreationDistrictCampsTenweeklythemesatStadiumParkMonday-FridayexceptJuly4week.KickofftoSummerJune1-5AdventureJune8-12SuperheroandCraftsJune15-19SportsJune22-26HolidayCelebra-tionJune29-July2MartialArtsandNatureSkillsJuly6-10WetandWildWaterJuly13-17OlympicsJuly20-24ScienceAdventureJuly27-31HollywoodGameShowAug.3-7.50perweekforresidents60nonresidents.450all10weeksforresidents550nonresidents.Before-andafter-careavailableforadditionalfee.330-456-4521.CantonMontessoriSchoolSum-merCamp12515thSt.NWCanton.Pre-primarycampages3yearstofirstgradefoursessionsmorningsMonday-Friday.Practicallifescienceartsandcrafts.TimeTravelJune8-26BooksAuthorsJune29-July17AfricaJuly20-Aug.7andHallofFameAug.10-13.330-452-0148.CantonSymphonyOrchestraMusicDayCampsFieldcrestofNorthCanton1346EasthillSt.SENorthCanton.Advancedandbeginnercampsforviolinviolacelloandbass.Beginningstudentsgrades4-69a.m.to3p.m.June8-12.In-termediateandadvancedstudentsingrades6-129a.m.to3p.m.June15-19.OrchestraIntensiveCampatZimmermannSymphonyCenter233117thSt.NWCanton.Forintermediateandadvancedstudentmusiciansinstringswindsbrassandpercussion.ConductorRachelWaddellandorchestramusiciansandeducationstaffareinstructors.Feestobedetermined.ContactLisaBoyerat330-452-3434ext.604lboyercantonsymphony.orgorvisitwww.cantonsymphony.orgstringcamp.HereForYouChildDevelopmentCenter7641WalesAve.NWJacksonTownshipand250S.CanalSt.CanalFulton.Summerprogramsforchildrensixweekstoage13.Dif-ferentfocuseveryweekincorporatingmathscienceEnglishsocialstudiesandsocialskills.7a.m.to6p.m.Monday-FridayparttimeorfulltimeinJacksonTownship6a.m.to630p.m.inCanalFulton.Forschool-age30perday120perweek.Foryoungerchildrencall330-882-5300orvisitwww.hereforyoucdc.com.KidsCountry126WashingtonSt.Hartville.JunethroughAugustforages5-12.ThemeisSummerPLAYlistandeachweekwillcenteronadifferentpopularsong.FishingartclassesSTEMweeklyswimminghikingandvisitstolocalparks.FieldtripsincludecandyfactorytoursDaveBusterspizzashopscook-ingclassestrampolineareasLaserQuestandmore.330-877-2600.MaloneUniversitySummerCampsForgrades10-12.Gainhands-onexperiencewithprofessionalsinyourfieldofinterest.ZooandWildlifeBiologyCampChambersMusicCampandYoungWritersCampallJune22-26400ScienceCareersCampNursingCampandComputerScienceCampallJune22-25350.Costincludesmealslodgingandtransportationadmissiontoactivities.ContactConnieBrannonat330-471-8526orcbrannonmalone.edu.McKinleyMuseum800Monu-mentDriveNWCanton.SummerScienceCampfunandeducationalactivitiesgrades1-5July6-109a.m.tonoon.July6SpacePlaceJuly7InventItDayJuly8WaterCreaturesDayJuly9GoingGreenDayJuly10BuildItDay.Onedayorallfive20perdaynonmembers18members.LiveAsaCivilWarSoldiernewfour-daycampfeaturessettingatentdrillingandmarchingcavalrymedicineandartillerygrades4-6July14-179a.m.tonoon.80nonmembers75members.LightsCameraActionMoviemak-ingstoryboardspropsactingandspecialeffectsgrade6Aug.3-79a.m.to2p.m.135nonmembers125members.CallChristopherKenneyat330-455-7043.PerformingArtsSummerSpec-tacularLakeHighSchool1025LakeCenterSt.NWLakeTownship.Asix-weekintensivecampJuly6-Aug.14forgrades7-12culmi-natesinaproductionofTheMusicManJr.andashortmusicalreview.Performances730p.m.Aug.13-14.Earlyregistration95throughMay185familydiscount110100throughJune1.Introductiontodanc-ingsingingbreathworkauditiontechniqueactingstylesimprovisa-tionandensemblebuilding.MichaelGattoiscampdirector.Toregistervisitwww.lakelocal.orgpasscamp.StarkStateCollegeofTechnologyContinuedfromPageD3PleaseseeD5 SundayFebruary222015AkronBeaconJournalOhio.comINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.D5SundayFebruary22nd2-6PMorCallforTourDayCampGrades1-6ResidentCampGrades1-12Since1957formingChristianfaiththroughoutdooradventure.Co-edsmallgroupweek-longsessionsonbeautiful450acresite.10776AsburyRd.HiramOH44234www.campasbury.org-e-mailinfocampasbury.org330.569.3171SUMMERCAMP2015PREVIEWOPENHOUSESUMMERCAMP2015PREVIEWJuly13-179am-4pmFirstChurchissponsoringtheir7thannualchesscamp.ItisopentoallchildrenKandupwhoarebeginnersorratedupto1500.Advancedplayerswillbetaughtbyanationalexpertplayerandteacher.Nochessexperienceisrequired.Costis150andincludestripst-shirtandaconcludingtournament.Cometolearnorimproveskills.TherewillbelifelessonsfromtheOldTestamentcraftssnackschessandmorechess.Costis150.Beforeandaftercareavailableforadditionalfee.Forinformationortoregisterbycalling330-923-5241x218oronlineatwww.rstchurchcf.com245PortageTrailCuyahogaFalls2015SummerCampsSAVE10MARCH1-APRIL302015SIGNUPEARLYSummerexcitementandactivitiesforyourchildrenages3to13years.Insummer2015yourcamperwillenjoyspeciallydesignedweeklythemesandeldtripsforages8andupCampsrunweeklyMonday-FridayfromJune8ththroughAugust21st2015.Halfandfulldayoptionsareavailabletoaccommodateeveryonesschedule.HavingablastLifeCenterPlus5133DarrowRd.HudsonOH.44236330-655-2377www.lifecenterplus.com2015Co-EdSummerDayCampAges5-13MedinaEarlydropoffandlatepickupavailableforanextrafee2015SummerSCHeDuLeJUNE8-12SOCCERJUNE15-19BASEBALLSOFTBALLJUNE22-26ALLSPORTSJULY6-10OLYMPICJULY13-17BASKETBALLJULY20-24SOCCERJULY27-31ALLSPORTSPinnacleSports313MedinaRd.Medina44256330-239-0616www.pinnaclesports.org3115283prICINGFOrPinnacleSportsSummerDayCampPSSDCOneweekofPSSDCMVPMEMBER160weekNONMVP192weekDailyCostMVP40dayNonMVP50dayENTIRESUMMERMVPOnly960OTHERMVPONLYDISCOUNTSAVAILABLESave10perweekforeachadditionalweekregisteredORSave10perweekforadditionalsiblings6200FrankAve.NWJacksonownship.KidsCollegeforchildrenenteringgrades1-7.Morethan100classesinsciencecomputerscre-ativeartstheatersportsandmore.SessionsJune8-1115-1822-25andJune29-July2.Studentsmayanyorallweeksmorningsthreeclassesafternoontwoclassesoralldayfiveclasses.139perweekforall-daysession89perweekforhalf-daysession.ForadetailedbrochureafterApril1visitwww.starkstate.edukidscollege.TomTodIdeasCantonDreamora-toryStarkCountyDistrictLibrary715MarketAve.N.Canton.Forstudentsleavinggrades5-8July12-18.Aninnovationlaboratoryformiddleschoolstudents.Learndreamandplanhowtotacklechal-lengesinthecityofCanton.Immer-sivefieldtripslearningsessionsandcreativeworkshopsincludingtheartsmovementanddanceimprovisationproblem-solvingdesignthinkinglocalfoodanddiningandbrainstorm-ingtodesigncollaborativesolutions.225mealsandsuppliesincluded.Scholarshipsavailable.www.tomtodideas.orgsummerdreams.MCADayCampSummerdaycampsforgrades1-8.Includesswimmingoutdoorgamesfieldtripsandmore.June-AugustatDavidMCAJacksonTownship330-830-6275LakeTownshipbranch330-877-8933MeyersLakebranchCanton330-454-9018EricSnowYMCACanton330-458-2403NorthCantonbranch330-499-2587Louisvillebranch330-875-1611andAlliancebranch330-823-1930.WAYNECOUNTYB-WiserScienceCampCollegeofWooster1189BeallAve.BuckeyeWomeninScienceEngineeringandResearchweeklongresidentialcampforgirlsenteringeighthgradeJune7-12.25thanniversary.Team-taughthands-onexperiencewithlabworkinearthsciencebiologychemistrymodelroboticsandLEGOrobotics.Foranapplicationvisitwww.bwiser.spaces.wooster.edu.330-263-2145or330-988-2577emailjfinnwooster.edu.DeadlineisApril20.CampCHOF1820DeerfieldRoadNWDalton.Weeklyfaith-basedresidentcampsforgrades3-12.Swimminggo-kartspaintballcraftswaterslideclimbingwallziplinechallengecoursearcheryfieldgamesandmore.DiscoveryCampgrades3-5June14-19June29-July3andJuly12-17.CampIgnitegrades6-8June7-12andJuly5-10.CollisionCampgrades9-12June21-26.Residentcamp225perweek.DaycampforgradesK-2sixweeklycamps9a.m.to4p.m.June8-July17.Swimminggo-kartscraftsandgames125perweek.330-477-6267Ext.126emailcampchofcantonbaptist.orgorwww.campchof.org.CampInventionWeeklongdaycampsforgrades1-6inJuneandJulyatmultiplelocations.Hands-onactivitiesinsciencetechnologyengineeringandmaththatrequirecreativeproblem-solvinginteamsgroupedbyage.Discountsavailable.LocationsareOrrvilleElementarySchoolJune15-19andDaltonElementaryandMiddleSchoolJuly13-17.Discountsavailable.800-968-4332orwww.campinvention.org.WoosterMusicCampCollegeofWooster.Opentoallinstrumental-istswhohavejustcompletedgrades5-11.July5-9.Allrehearsalsandactivitiessupervisedbylicensedmusicteachersandotheradults.Recreationalfacilitiessaferesidencehalls.Residentanddaycamps.495resident370day.CampdirectorisNancyDitmerandcampcoordinatorisWilliamGuegold.Forinformationandcampbrochureemailwoos-termusiccampwooster.eduorcall330-263-2419.OTHERCOUNTIESBeulahBeachCamp6101W.LakeRoadVermilion.OnLakeErie.Ages7-18.100acresofbeachessportsfieldsandbackwoods.Over-nightcampsweeklyJune15-Aug.8includessportsadventureandwa-tersports160-350.DaycampsJune9-Aug.15125perweek.440-967-4861.CampPatmosSixdaysofad-enturesandspiritualchallengeforgrades4-12onKelleys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.HockeyCuyahogaValleyChristianAcad-emyAges7-149a.m.to3p.m.Aug.4-6160.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.org.LacrosseArchbishopHobanHighSchoolBoyscamp3to6p.m.June10-11.Girlscampgrades5-81130a.m.to130p.m.grades9-126to8p.m.July13-16.www.hoban.org.CuyahogaValleyChristianAcad-emyBoysages7-149a.m.tonoonJuly6-990.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.org.St.Vincent-St.MaryHighSchoolBoysandgirlsgradesK-81to4p.m.July6-990.330-253-9113ext.112orsummercampstvm.com.CollegeofWoosterRevolutionLacrosseCampsforages8-18allskilllevels.BoysJuly19-23girlsJuly12-16.Overnight530commuter460.httprevolution-lacrossecamps.comemaildavidpremiersportscamps.comorinfosportcamp101.com330-333-2267.SoccerAkronInner-CitySoccerClubFreefour-weekcampforchildrenofAkronboysandgirlsages5-14.June22-July176to8p.m.Monday-Friday.CallDeleOlabisiat330-524-3776emailakronin-nercityscgmail.comorvisitwww.ContinuedfromPageD4PleaseseeD6 D6AkronBeaconJournalOhio.comINFORMING.ENGAGING.ESSENTIAL.SundayFebruary222015inner-citysoccer.org.ArchbishopHobanHighSchoolBoyscamp530to830p.m.June20-23.Girlscamp9a.m.tonoonJuly27-31.www.hoban.org.CuyahogaValleyChristianAcad-emyBoysandgirlsgrades1-89a.m.tonoonJuly20-2390.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.org.UniversityofMountUnion23rdStreetFieldAlliance.Boysandgirlscamp9a.m.to3p.m.June15-19.115.Siblingdiscountof15.NorthwestFamilyRecreationCen-ter1730ShattoAve.Akron.Brit-ishSoccerCamps2015.swigleychallengesports.com.St.Vincent-St.MaryHighSchoolGradesK-8.Boyscamp9a.m.tonoonJuly27-30girlscamp9a.m.tonoonJuly6-9.90.330-253-9113ext.112orsummercampstvm.com.WalshJesuitHighSchoolAzzurriSoccerCampforboysandgirlsages5-18.9a.m.to3p.m.July20-24.170.Emailsdmac10sbcglobal.netorcallDinoat330-607-0484.WalshJesuitHighSchoolWalshWarriorsSoccerAcademy9a.m.to3p.m.July27-31.180.ContactScottZackaroffatscott.zackaroffgmail.com.CollegeofWoosterResidentialcampforgirlsages10-18.June14-17forgrades5-8June29-July2foradvancedhighschoolplay-ers.Feesstartat445perweekdiscountsavailable.Commuterswelcome.330-317-8808orwww.woostersoccercamp.com.CollegeofWoosterElite11Soc-cerCampsboysweekJuly5-9ages8-18.Commuter465overnight535.httpelite11soccercamps.com.ennisArchbishopHobanHighSchoolGrades5-128to10a.m.gradesK-410to11a.m.June15-18.www.hoban.org.CuyahogaValleyChristianAcad-emyBoysandgirlsages7-169to1130a.m.July6-1090.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.org.GreenTennisClub3937GlenEaglesBlvd.JuniorDayCamps.BeginnerIntermediateages10-17June8-12July6-10andJuly27-31130perweek.Elementaryages5-9June15-19andJuly13-17100perweek.HighschoolJune22-26andJuly20-24130perweek.Elementarycamp9a.m.tonoonallothers9a.m.to2p.m.CallKeithat330-699-5028orvisitwww.greentennisclub.net.CollegeofWoosterWilsonCol-legiateTennisCampsages8-18allskilllevels.June14-18June21-25andJune28-July2.645overnight575commuter.MatchPlayJuly5-9andJuly12-16.715overnight645commuter.www.wilsontennis-camps.comemaildavidpremiers-portscamps.comorinfosport-camp101.com330-333-2267.VolleyballArchbishopHobanHighSchoolBoyscamp6to9p.m.June15-18.Girlscampgrades4-6noonto230p.m.grades7-8230to5p.m.June15-18.www.hoban.org.CuyahogaValleyChristianAcade-myGirlsgrades4-96to9p.m.June15-1890.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.com.St.Vincent-St.MaryHighSchoolBoysandgirlscampsgrades3-51to4p.m.tonoongrades6-85to8p.m.July20-23both90.330-253-9113ext.112orsum-mercampstvm.com.WrestlingArchbishopHobanHighSchool6to9p.m.July20-23.www.hoban.org.CuyahogaValleyChristianAcad-emyAges7-149a.m.tonoonAug.3-6.90.330-929-4151www.cvcaroyals.com.KentStateUniversityCompeti-tiontechniquecampintensivetrainingcampPintoWincampJune14-17one-dayyouthcampwithDavidTaylorJune17ju-niorhighandhighschoolteamcampJune17-20competitiontechniquecampintensivetrainingcampJuly12-15one-dayyouthcampwithLoganStieberJuly13.Allagesandskilllevels.330-672-8422orwww.kentstatewrestlingcamps.com.St.Vincent-St.MaryHighSchoolGradesK-129a.m.tonoonJuly20-2390.330-253-9113ext.112orsummercampstvm.com.MiscellaneoussportsAllSportsCampWalshUniver-sitysHooverParkNorthCantonandAkronGeneralMedicalCenterinGreen.Boysandgirlsage5-13.TwelveweeklysessionsJune1-Aug.217a.m.to6p.m.Weeklyor1-3daysperweek.FieldtripsincludingSkyMaxandAkronZoo.Pricesstartat135perweek.Activitiesincludebasketballbaseballfootballsoccerswimmingkickballhikingbocceballsoftballrunningcornholevolleyballtrackandfieldlacrosseshuffleboardandslipnslide.330-433-0105www.allsportscamp.net.HudsonCommunityEducationandRecreationSportsCampsSummersportscampsconductedbyHudsonHighSchoolvarsitycoachesincludingbaseballfootballsoccerfieldhockeylacrossevolleyballtennisgolfarcherycheerleadingbasketballandtrack.330-653-1210orwww.hudson.eduhcer.i9sportsInstructionalprogramsforflagfootballsoccerbasketballandT-ballforages3-14startinginlateJuneandAugust.Focusonfunsafetyconvenienceintegrityandsportsmanship.OfferedinfivelocationsTallmadgeCuyahogaFallsTwinsburgStowandSagamoreHills.330-208-6463www.i9sports.com.PinnacleSportsSummerDayCamp313MedinaRoadstateRoute18GrangerTownship.SevenweeksofcampforboysandgirlsJune8-July31forages5-13.160perweekmembers192perweeknonmembers.Discountsformultiplechildrenormultipleweeks.Dayoption40perdaymembers50nonmembers.SoccerJune8-12baseballandsoftballJune15-19allsportsJune22-26OlympicJuly6-10basketballJuly13-17soccerJuly20-24andallsportsJuly27-31.330-239-0616orwww.pinnaclesports.org.SPECIALNEEDSAkronRotaryCamp4460RexLakeDriveNewFranklin.JunethroughAugustforage6toadult-hood.Residentanddaycampsforthosewithphysicaleducationalordevelopmentaldisabilities.Traditionalcampactivitiesadaptedtomeettheneedsofeachcamper.SponsoredbytheRotaryClubofAkronwiththeAkronAreaYMCA.595perweekforovernightcamp.Daycamp295.Financialassistanceavailable.Openhouse2to4p.m.onMarch15and29April12and26andMay10.Call330-644-4512emailrotaryc-ampakronymca.orgorvisitwww.rotarycamp.org.AluminumCansforBurnedChil-drenSummerCampForchildrenages7-17whohavebeentreatedatAkronChildrensHospitalburnunitAug.2-7atAkronRotaryCamp4460RexLakeDriveNewFranklin.Free.ContactBeckyMundyat330-543-8813.AutismBikeCampCopleyHighSchool3807RidgewoodRoadCopleyTownship.TheAutismSocietyofGreaterAkronsICanBikeCampJuly13-17forindividualsofdifferentabilitieswhowishtolearntorideaconventionaltwo-wheelbicyclewithouttrainingwheels.175.Ses-sionsare75minutesforfivedays.Volunteersneeded.RegistrationopensMay1.330-940-1441www.autismakron.orggreaterakron.BeyondWordsAutismMusicandDanceCamp6070RoyaltonRoadNorthRoyaltonsatellitelocationinBeachwood.Forallageshelpingtodeveloppotentialthroughartisticexpressionwithprogram-mingthatutilizeseachindividualsstrengthsandinterests.Includesballetandtapcomboadapteddancecomboanddancesamplerclasses.Musicclassesfocusoninstrumentssingingmovementandlaughing.Otherclassesincorporatetheaterreadingsocialplayandroutinessocialskillsandkindergartenreadi-ness.Pricesvary.ToregistercontactErinJesterat734-646-9192infobeyondwordscenter.orgorhttpbe-yondwordscenter.org.CampPromiseAkronGeneralJustinT.RogersHospiceCareCen-ter3358RidgewoodRoadCopleyTownship.TheHospiceofVisitingNurseServicewillholdafreecampforages6-11Aug.3-68a.m.to4p.m.Tohelpchildrenprocessasig-nificantlosssuchasaparentgrand-parentorsiblingthroughactivitiessuchascraft-makingmusicandarttherapy.Mealsandsnacksprovided.Experiencedfacilitators.330-668-4662or800-335-1455ext.4662orvisitwww.vnsa.com.CampQuality4460RexLakeDriveFranklinTownship.Overnightcampforchildrenwithcancerages4-18andsiblingsandotherswhomeetguidelinesseewww.campqualityusa.orgohfordetails.Free.Eachchildwillhaveaone-on-onematchoradultcompanion.ContactSharonQuinnatsharon.quinncampqualityusa.orgor330-239-1859.CampTLCTheLighthouseConnec-tionOncologycampforchildren.Sitetobedetermined.Missionistoprovideanenvironmentforchildrenwithcancerwheretheycanexperi-enceasenseofnormalcybuildself-esteemandconnectwithothercampers.ContactSueTomblinat330-441-1416emailsuetomblingmail.comorvisitwww.camptlcohio.wordpress.com.EJTherapySummerProgramsat210E.MilltownRoadSuiteAWoosterandPerfectBalanceGym-nasticsCheer30ForestMillLaneGreen.Four-weekprogrammeet-ingtwiceaweekinJuneandJuly.OccupationaltherapyprogramsinsmallgroupsettingforchildrenwithdevelopmentaldelaysADDADHDautismsensoryprocessingissuesspecialneedsaswellastypicalchil-drenwhoarestruggling.Handwritingkeyboardingkindergartenreadinesssensoryneedsandstrategiesboysandgirlsclubfocusingonsocialinteractionandimaginativeplay.150-250.330-262-4449orwww.ejtherapy.com.HattieLarlhamSummerCampsCampConnectatOldTrailSchool2315IraRoadBathTownship.July27-31300.Integratedcampforchildrenwithandwithoutdevelopmentaldisabilitiesthatfocusesoncook-inghealthyeatingandexploringthesensesthroughfood.Cookingactivitieslearnaboutnutritionandparticipateingrossmotoractivitiesthroughgroupgamesandactivities.AlsoCampConnectforchildrenatAkronRotaryCamp4460RexLakeDriveNewFranklinAug.10-14350.DailyartactivitiesledbyHat-tiesCreativeArtstrackersandwa-terfrontactivitiesforallparticipants.CampConnectatsamelocationforadultswithdevelopmentaldisabili-tiesAug.17-21350.Artsessionsandoutdoorwateractivities.ContactJulieLoweat330-760-3395.LanguageLearningAssociatesSummerCampsLLATherapyinFairlawnHudsonandMedina.StarsandStripesNorthrupElementarySchool950E.ReaganParkwayMe-dinaforpre-Ktograde5six-weekcampTuesday-Thursday9a.m.tonoonJune16-Aug.6.Maingoalisincreasingoverallcommunicationabilities.275perweekof1375forallsix.LLASummerCamp150N.MillerRoadFairlawnforages5-18withsmallergroupsbasedonageandfunctionlevel.FiveweeksTuesday-Thursday1to4p.m.June16-Aug.13.Artmusicandgamesthatemphasizepeerparticipationandcooperationcombinedwithlanguageandoccupationaltherapytoimprovecommunicationskills.350perweekwithdiscountsforearlyregistration.LilLighthouseCampFairlawnandor33MilfordDriveHudsonforages3-5.Themedactivitiesthatpromotelanguagesocializationplayandmotorskills.350perweek.330-867-2240www.LLATherapy.org.LifeStepsCamp1120N.HuntingtonSt.Medina.Forkidsandadultswithdisabilities.Tenweeklycampswithfieldtripshorsebackridingcraftsgamesandlifeskillstrainingsuchascookinggroceryshoppingandhousekeeping.300perweek.ThemesJune1TheMightyJungleJune8PartyintheUSAJune15WildWildWestJune22KnightsoftheRoundTableJuly6BeSmartStaySafeJuly13FantasticFiestaJuly20OperationGoGreenJuly27DowntheRabbitHolesAug.3BarnyardBonanzaandAug.10MovinGroovin.ContactSharonBigginsat330-591-4434orvisitwww.medinacreative-housing.com.SocietyforHandicappedCitizensTheArcofMedinaCounty4283ParadiseRoadSeville.CampPara-diseresidentialordaycampsJuneuntilAugust.Eightweeklythemedcampsessionsseparateweeksforschool-ageandadultswithdevelop-mentaldisabilities.Artsandcraftsmusicsportsgamesandentertain-ment.WeeksforadultsincludeWalkontheWildSideAmazingRaceArtrageousChefaliciousHolidazeRockStarsandCasinoCruise.330-722-1900ext.160877-546-8568orwww.shc-medina.org.SolutionsBehavioralConsultingCampMacedoniaRecreationCenter1494E.AuroraRoadMacedonia.ForstudentsservedbyindividualizededucationplansIEPsanintegratedcampwithinCampMacedoniaforages6-12withautismspectrumdisordersandotherdevelopmentaldisorders.Five-weekprogramwithstructuredsessionsinsocialskillsacademicsandothereducationalgoals.Groupgamesartsandcraftsswimmingandfieldtrips.June15-July239a.m.to3p.m.SBCwillprovideextendedschool-yearservicesforstudentsservedbyIEPs.Activitiesindividualizedtomeetacademicsocialadaptiveandothereducationalneedsofeachstudent.One-weeksessionsJune15-Aug.149a.m.tonoonor1to4p.m.330-888-9596solutionssolutionsbehavioral.comorwww.solutionsbehavioral.com.TeenGriefSupportCampAkronGeneralJustinT.RogersHospiceCareCenter3358RidgewoodRoadCopleyTownship.TheHospiceofVisitingNurseServicewillholdafreeone-daycampJuly318a.m.to4p.m.forages12-16whoaregriev-ingthedeathofalovedone.Trainedbereavementprofessionalswillhelpteensprocessgriefthrougheduca-tioncreativetherapiesandpeersupport.330-668-4662.TotalEducationSolutionsCamps61N.Cleveland-MassillonRoadSuiteBFairlawn.Forchildrenwithdisabilitiesincludingautism.Special-izedstaffprovidesindividualandgrouptherapies.TraditionalCampforages8-12siblingswelcomeincludesGirlPowerTeenGroupandTotalTherapycampsJune15-July16orJuly20-Aug.13Monday-Thursday9a.m.tonoonand1to3p.m.Feesincludematerialsandsnacks.ToreserveaspaceorforpricescontactTawniaNovakat330-668-4041orwww.tesidea.com.WoosterCommunityHospitalsHealthPointSocialSkillsGroups3727FriendsvilleRoadSuite1Wooster.Forages4-12withexpressiveandorpragmaticlanguagedisordersaswellasthosewhohavedifficultywithself-regulationandbehavioraldifficultieswhoneedthesupportofastructuredsocialskillsprogram.Includesautismspectrumdisordersdevelopmentaldelayssensorydisordersbehavioraldisor-dersordiagnosesaffectingverbalandnonverbalsocialcommunication.Physicianreferralrequiredforspeechandoroccupationaltherapy.Groupsmeetfor45to60minutesonceaweek.SessionsstartinJune.Evalu-ationswillbecompletedinMay.CallBethLadrachat330-202-3300.ContinuedfromPageD5