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Day camps: Outdoors, miscellaneous

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009, 11:16 A.M.

LUTHERHAVEN DAY CAMP

Enjoy swimming, hiking, archery, arts and crafts, campfires, sing-alongs, Bible study and more. Weekly sessions available Monday-Friday. Where: Camp Lutherhaven, Lake Coeur d’Alene. Cost: $132, includes round trip transportation from Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene, lunch and all activities. Ages: Grades 1-6. Dates: June 23- Aug. 14.Contact: (208) 667-3459 ext. 13. Web site: www.lutherhaven.com

ST. ALOYSIUS SUMMER CAMP

Fun activities and field trips with hot lunch and snack served daily. Location: 611 E. Mission Ave. Contact: (509) 489-7825. Weekly June 15-Aug. 21, 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Cost: $3.90/hour.

CAMP SPOKANE – CHILDREN UNDER THE SUN

Exploration of city sites and sounds with access to educational opportunities, healthy meals and variety of outdoor activities. Ages: 5-8. Where: Little Red School House Children’s Center, 621 W. Sprague Ave. Dates: June 15-Aug. 28, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost: $180/week. Contact: 456-3776.

COUGAR KIDS CAMP

Go swimming and rock climbing or play sports and participate in activities based on each week’s theme. Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-noon. 12:30 p.m.-4 p.m. or 8:20 a.m.-4 p.m. Extended hours also available. Where: WSU Student Recreation Center, Pullman. Cost: $78/half day (SRC member), $83/half day (non-SRC member), $145/day (SRC member), $152/day (non-SRC member), $11/extended hours. Discounts available for early registration on the Wednesday prior to each week. Ages: Grades 1-7. Dates: June 15-19 (Splash into Summer), June 22-26 (Simply Sports), June 29-July 2 (Red, White and Blue), July 6-10 (In the Spotlight), July 13-17 (Mini-Cougar), July 20-24 (Around the World), July 27-31 (EcoAdventures), Aug. 3-7 (T.E.A.M. Survivor). Contact: (509) 335-2218 or (509) 335-5753. Web site: cougarkids.wsu.edu.

LIBERTY LAKE CHILL SUMMER CAMP

Where: Pavillion Park, Liberty Lake. Cost: $850/summer ($750/additional children), $90/wk, $25/day if you register before May 22. Ages: 5-12. Dates: July 22-Aug. 28. Contact: (509) 755-6726. Web site: www.libertylakewa.gov/chill.

SPOKANE PARKS AND RECREATION SUMMER DAY CAMP

Campers will enjoy lots of water fun, a variety of outdoor adventure field trips and popular camp games and activities. Cost: $160/wk 8 a.m.-4 p.m., $190/wk 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Ages: 5-11. Contact: (509) 615-6215.

Summer Kick Off: Two days of spray pad water fun, hiking and picnic, canoe paddling, sports & games, and arts & crafts. Where: Franklin Park, 302 S. Queen Ave. Dates: June 18-19.

Biking Adventures: Bring your bike and ride on the Centennial Trail along the Spokane River. Where: Mission Park, 1200 E. Mission Ave. Dates: June 22-26.

The 4th of July Boom: Spray pad water fun, hiking and picnic, boat rowing, kayak paddling and more. Where: Mission Park, 1200 E. Mission Ave. Dates: June 29-July 3.

Great Green Week: Play in the Spokane outdoors and learn about the ecology and environment. Where: Manito Playfield, 1702 S. Grand Blvd. Dates: July 6-10.

Survivor Outdoor Adventure: Canoeing, Kayaking, Hiking, indoor climbing and learning how to build outdoor shelter and use a compass. Where: Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr. Dates: July 13-17.

Club Invention Space Adventure: Explore the world’s place in space, visit EWU’s planetarium and explore the universe. Where: Audubon Park, 3405 N. Milton Ave. Dates: July 20-24.

Ahoy! Pirate Adventure: Learn pirate songs and legends while making pirate crafts and enjoying popular games and activities. Where: Friendship Park, 631 E. Greta. Dates: July 27-31.

Great Biking Exploration: Explore the ins and outs of Spokane by bike, focusing on a different theme each day. Where: Mission Park , 1200 E. Mission Ave. Dates: Aug. 3-7.

Mystery Week: Become a detective and try to solve daily camp mysteries with a lesson from Sherlock Holmes and plenty of clues. Where: Manito Playfield, 1702 S. Grand Blvd. Dates: Aug. 10-14.

Around the World in Five Days: Learn and play games unique to other cultures and learn to communicate with others who do not speak our language. Where: Coeur d’Alene Park, 2195 W. 2nd Ave. Dates: Aug. 17-21.

Final Shebang: Close out the summer in high style. Enjoy games and activities and finish with a pizza party. Parents welcome. Where: Franklin Park, 302 W. Queen Ave. Dates: Aug. 24-28.

AIRWAY HEIGHTS PARKS & RECREATION SUMMER ADVENTURE PROGRAM

Experience field trips to area attractions in 10 one-week sessions running all summer. Parents must pack a lunch for child, afternoon snack will be provided. Where: Airway Heights Community Center, 13120 W. 13th Ave, Airway Heights. Cost: $80/wk. Contact: (509) 244-4845. Web site: www.cawh.org.

CUB SCOUT DAY CAMP

A cub scout day camp with three-day and five-day sessions available and activities include BB guns, archery, crafts, games and more. Where: six locations in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. Cost: Three-day: $46. Five-day: $76. Ages: Grades 1-5. Dates: June 23-25 (Corbin Park, Post Falls). June 30-July 2 (Waterfront Park, Medical Lake). July 13-17 (Camp Sekani, Spokane). July 28-30 (Holmberg Park, Spokane). Aug. 3-5 (Comstock Park, Spokane). Aug. 10-14 (Camp Easton, Harrison, ID). Contact: 1-800-945-4390. Web site: www.NWScouts.org.

SPOKANE YOUTH YOGA SUMMER CAMPS

Where: 711 E. Plateau Rd, near Manito Park, Spokane. Cost: $135-160. Ages: 5-12. Dates: July 6-9 (Ages 5-9); July 20-24 (Ages 9-12). Contact: (509) 220-7419. Web site: www.spokaneyouthyoga.com.

SPOKANE VALLEY SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAMS AND CAMPS

Make new friends while going on fantastic field trips, playing games, doing arts and crafts and creating memories. Various programs available. Cost: Free-$165. Dates: June 17-Aug. 21.

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T-LO FAMILY AND COMMUNITY CAMP

Kids and adults share an outdoor experience. Whe re: 14000 N. Dartford Dr., Spokane. Cost:$15/person, $75/family (all day) or $8/person, 440/family (afternoon only). Dates: Most Saturdays in July and Aug.. C ontact: (509) 747-6191 ext. 10. Web site: www.CampFireINC.org/camps. CAMP DART-LO

Children explore their role in a group, overcome limitations while trying new things, nurture friendships, appreciate natural wonders and make positive choices. Where: 14000 N. Dartford Dr, Spokane. Cost: $160-200/session. Ages: 3-14. Dates: June 22-Aug. 21. Contact : (509) 747-6191 ext.10 Web site: www.CampFireINC.org.camps.

CAMP SWEYOLAKAN: OUTBACKERS

Participate in a variety of outdoor activities including swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor cooking and more. Where: Lake Coeur d’Alene (Mica Bay). Cost: $160-200. Ages: Grades 1-6. Dates: June 29-Aug. 21. Contact: (509) 747-6191 ext.10 Web site: www.CampFireINC.org/camps.

GREEN GABLE EXPLORER’S CAMP

Various themes highly weekly sessions. Where:1722 E. 32nd Ct, Spokane. Cost: $158/wk. Ages: Grades PreK-6. Dates: June 15-Aug. 28. Contact: (509) 455-6110. Web site: www.greengablepreschool.com.

CAMP BEAR PAW JUNIOR GRANGE

All kids enjoy a safe, fun summer camping experience. Where: Pend Oreille River between Newport and Usk. Cost: $150. Ages: 9-14. Dates: July 26-Aug. 1. Contact: (509) 362-2518. Web site: www.wa-grange.org.

ADVENTURE DYNAMICS

The Inland Northwest’s only professional Challenge Course Day Camp. Ages: 10 and up. Dates: June 23-25; July 14-16; Aug. 11-13. Contact: (509) 467-0800.

GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP

Where: 1404 N. Ash, Spokane. Cost: $80-100/wk. Dates: June 22-Aug. 28. Contact: (509) 747-8091 ext.241.

CAMP ALOTTAFUN

Where: 2121 E. Wabash Ave. and 500 S. Stone St. Cost: $119/wk. Ages: 10-12. Dates: June 18-Aug. 21. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

X-TREME TEEN CAMP

Where: 2121 E. Wabash Ave. and 50 S. Stone St. Cost: $119/wk. Ages: 13-15. Dates: June 18-Aug. 21. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

ROCK- LITTLE LEAGUE

Where: Ridgeview Elementary, Northeast Youth Center, Sacajawea Middle, East Central Community Center. Cost: $89. Ages: 9-15. Dates: June 1-July 21. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

CAMP POSITIVE

Where: Northeast Youth Center, Manito Park. Cost: $129. Ages: 8-15. Dates: July 27-Aug. 14. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

SCHOOL OF ROCK

Where: Northeast Youth Center, Sacajawea Middle School. Cost: $139. Ages: 9-15. Dates: July 27-31 (Ages 9-12); Aug. 3-7 (Ages 13-15). Contact: (509) 482-0708.

CAMO CAMP

Where: Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr. Cost: $129. Ages: 5-12. Dates: Aug. 10-14 (Ages 5-8); Aug. 17-21 (Ages 9-12). Contact: (509) 482-0708.

SURVIVOR CAMP

Where: Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr. Cost: $139. Ages: 9-13. Dates: Aug. 3-7. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

LITTLE INVENTORS CAMP

Where: Manito Park. Cost: $159. Ages: Grades 1-3. Dates: July 27-31. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

WILD-N-KRAZY KIDS

Where: Thornton Murphy Park, 27th and Ray. Cost: $129. Ages: 5-8. Dates: Aug. 10-14. Contact: (509) 482-0708.

CAMP EUREKA

Learn basic orienteering, leadership skills and how to “leave no trace.” Where: Camp Eureka, 30 minutes from Sandpoint, ID. Cost: $575/wk. Ages: 8-17. Dates: Session I July 19-25. Session II July 26-Aug. 1. Teen Wilderness/Backpack program July 19-25 (Ages 14-17). Contact: (208) 263-2217 OR e-mail info@eurekacenter.com Web site: www.eurekacenter.com.



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