Tacoma’s very own Grand Cinema offers an awesome camp perfect for Tweens and Teens who want to make movies! Campers learn the art of storytelling, get hands-on experience operating cameras, and produce a real, short film in one, action packed week! Sessions fill quickly; limited scholarships available.
· SESSION 1: AGES 10-14, 06/26/17-06/30/17
· SESSION 2: AGES 10-14, 07/10/17-07/14/17
· SESSION 3: ALL AGES ADVANCED*, 07/24/17-07/28/17
· SESSION 4: ALL AGES ADVANCED*, 07/31/17-08/04/17
* Advanced camp requires previous Film Camp experience at The Grand Cinema.
In these unique and dynamic camps, children ages 5-12+ will build incredible specially-designed models including motorized creations, fun brick figures, creative mosaics, and crafts and have lots of structured fun using LEGO® bricks and motors. Choose from a wide variety of favorite themes inspired by Minecraft®, Pokémon®, Star Wars®, Robotics, and BrickFilm Making plus new themes inspired by LEGO Batman®, LEGO City, Harry Potter® and more. Come build with us!
Dates & Times: June 19th-Sept 1st, Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm with affordable all-day options, financial assistance, different themes each week
Cost: $185 per half-day week-long camp, $249 advanced camps, $265 with extended day camp add-on
Location & Contact Info: Various locations in Tacoma, Federal Way, Graham, DuPont, Lacey, and Olympia.
Full schedule, locations, descriptions, and registrations head here!
Contact info 253-777-3481 email@example.com
Adventure Club’s Summer Fun is a weekly themed based summer program. We schedule fun field trips that support these weekly themes. Each day is filled with exciting activities and time with friends. Your child will be outside each day and will be given plenty of opportunity to run, jump, slide and play. This is time to just be a kid! In addition to weekly field trips, we will also have fun “on site” activities such as art, cooking, woodworking, and much more! Adventure Club will provide a healthy snack twice a day and lunches must be brought from home.
Ages: 3-12 years old
Location & Contact Info
Christian Faith School, 33645 20th Ave S, Federal Way, 98023
For more info, registration, and rates, please visit their site!
Middle School Day Camp CampFire/Middle School Adventures
July 24-28, 2017
Location: Start and end each day at Camp Fire’s Clubhouse in Puyallup.
Cost: $185.00 Includes ORCA (transit) Pass and camper t-shirt.
Fall 2017: Grades 6-8
We’re taking Youth Voice & Youth Choice very serious this week, seriously fun! These middle school campers will plan and coordinate their whole week of adventures. With our ORCA Passes in hand, we’ll see where the week takes us! For youth entering grades 6-8 in fall 2017.
Monday: Planning & Preparation
We’ll take some time to get to know one another and then jump straight into planning. Campers will work together to research adventure options around Pierce County. We’ll set aside time to learn about each youth’s interests (we call these Sparks!) and be sure it’s a worthwhile week for all.
- Help decide where to go each day — so exciting!
- How to get there: bus, train, link, or simply walk
- Work within the weekly spending budget for activities (admission, additional fares, projects etc.)
- Help create a rainy day/back-up plan
Tuesday – Friday: Adventures!
We’ll have to wait and see what the campers decide. Here are a few possibilities:
- Train to Tacoma, then ride the Link downtown and check out the Museum of Glass
- Bus to Pt, Defiance, then ferry to Vashon to visit our friends at Camp Sealth
- Train to Lakewood, bus to American Lake for picnic and swimming
Why Camp Fire?
Camp Fire was created to guide young people on a journey of self-discovery. At Camp Fire camps, youth have the opportunity to dig deep inside and discover their sparks, their personally defined ideas of potential. Our society needs a generation of future leaders who understand the dynamics of community living, appreciate inclusion, and are one with nature. At Camp Fire, we’re proud of the role we play in guiding young lives to appreciate themselves and the world they live in.
White River Valley Museum variety of history themed camps
Seabury School Camps, Brown’s Point variety of STEAM camps and middle school workshops. Open to the public.
Fort Nisqually Kit Camp Living history fun