Summer camp guide 2014

All information provided by the camps.

January 23, 2014

Anne Arundel County

Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
abrakadoodle.com/md04
June 23-Aug. 22
Ages 2-11
Art camps for children at local convenient locations. The most comprehensive art program that encourages all artists to find their own style with popular themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party, Anime, Storybook Art and more.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
ClubScientificChesapeake.com
June-August
Ages 4-14
For children who have an interest in how things work, what things are made of and how science works. All 29 programs include hands-on, minds-on activities taught by highly qualified instructors and meet or exceed the National Science Standards.

Musical Theatre Summer Camp
Glen Burnie
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
July 14-25
Ages 6-15
Enjoy singing, dancing, acting, costumes and stagecraft, taught by professional staff. Children learn songs, rehearse scenes, make costumes, design the set and perform a Broadway-style revue, while having fun, making friends and working together.

Musical Theatre Summer Camp
Annapolis
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
Aug. 4-15
Ages 6-15
Enjoy singing, dancing, acting, costumes and stagecraft, taught by professional staff. Children learn songs, rehearse scenes, make costumes, design the set and perform a Broadway-style revue, while having fun, making friends and working together.

Peabody Preparatory
Summer Session 2014
Annapolis
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
peabody.jhu.edu/register
June 20-Aug. 2
All ages
Music instruction, individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs; dance at Baltimore and Towson locations.

West River Center
West River
800-922-6795
camp.registrar@verizon.net
funfriendsfaith.org
June 15-Aug. 1
Ages 8-18
Located on 45 acres with 1 mile of waterfront on the West River. Swimming, sailing, kayaking, drama, sports, nature activities, ropes course, climbing wall, archery, ga ga ball, giant swing, crafts and more.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Baltimore City

Baltimore Lab School
Summer 2014
Charles Village
410-261-5500
summer@baltimorelabschool.org
baltimorelabschool.org/Summer
July 1-31
Ages 5-16
Students discover their strengths, exercise their creativity, overcome academic difficulties and prepare for the school year ahead. Through the exploration of math, literature, technology and art, students benefit from the continuity necessary for maintaining academic progress.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

CAMP MSC-- Summer at Maryland Science Center
Baltimore City
jbell@mdsci.org
www.marylandsciencecenter.org
June 30 - August 1
Ages 4-13
Choose from week-long full day and half day programs. Extended care options available with early drop-off and late pickup. Camps are co-ed except where noted. A supervised lunch break takes place from noon – 1pm. Lunch provided in full day programs, snack provided in half day programs. This summer–Get science!

Hopkins Developmental Middle School Girls Lacrosse Camp
Johns Hopkins University
410-516-7479
laxconnections@gmail.com
lacrosseconnections.com
June 23 – 26 from 9am-12pm
Girls in 5th – 8th grade
The camp is dedicated to successfully transitioning the middle school player to the high school level with a fun, high energy, and competitive atmosphere. We teach advanced skills and tactics to help them prepare for high school competition. Emphasis is placed on skill building and specialty situations.

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