A reminder for parents that registration is now open for summer camp options through Edmonds Parks and Recreation.
As noted in this recent My Edmonds News column from Jennifer Marx, both the full summer-long Summer Day Camp and the Senior Adventures Camp have been canceled due to declining enrollment, but Beach Camp and Camp Goodtime, the preschool camp, will still be available. The city is also offering a variety of specialty camps that can be found on reczone.org, including:
– Acting Camp for kids 8-14, which spends two weeks working on a Monty Python production.
– Challenge Island, a week-long STEM-based camp for kids 5-11; which can be broken down into mornings or afternoons if the full day is too much.
– iPad Animation Camp, for kids 7-12, which provides iPads for groups of kids to make stop-motion animation with clay.
There is also a Lego Camp, Art and Sports camps, Cheer Camp and even Jump Rope Camp.
Camp registration started March 2 and information on all of Edmonds’ summer camps is available currently on reczone.org. The information is also available in a pamphlet found in the France Anderson Center and online at Edmondscamps.org.
You can read additional camp suggestions in Marx’s column here.