Youth develop team building and critical thinking skills while creating a short film in just one week under the guidance of filmmaker mentors at this arts focused day-camp. Participating youth develop 21st Century Skills such as leadership, collaboration, and technological skills as they work in teams to script, write, act, shoot, and edit a short film. Finished projects are celebrated with friends and family at at a screening party on Friday. Sessions are available for youth ages 10-14 with two sessions June 25 through July 13. Prior participants can enroll in the Advanced Camp session for all ages.”
iD Tech Camps is our flagship program for students ages 7-17, located at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Bellevue College, University of Washington, and 150 other prestigious locations. We offer courses in programming, video game design, robotics, virtual reality, 3D modeling/printing, filming, photography, and more. These week long day and overnight summer camps include hands-on, personalized technology instruction and a variety of fun summer camp activities. iD Tech courses are led by tech-savvy staff in a dynamic, pressure-free learning environment. Our goal is to help our kids gain a love of learning through building critical 21st-century STEM skills, and have fun while doing it.
Explore, create and learn with six exciting week-long theme-based STEAM camps for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade open to all students in the community at our lower school campus. Cost is $285 per week; camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before- and after-care is available for an additional fee from 7 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m.
Week 1: JUNE 25-29
The Creatures In Your Backyard – Learn about animals that are native to the Pacific Northwest.
Week 2: July 9-13
Grossology – Learn about the gross side of science.
Week 3: July 16-July 20
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Year 4 – It wouldn’t be Summer@Seabury without our uber popular Harry Potter Camp.
Week 4: July 23-27
Genius Camp – Explore the art and style of famous artists, thinkers and innovators.
Week 5: July 30-Aug. 3
Spy Camp – Hone your spy skills by learning the art of disguise, code making and breaking, evasion techniques, and more.
Week 6: Aug. 6-10
Jurassic World Seabury – Spend the week immersed in all things dinosaur.
Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department has everything you’re looking for to keep your child active, engaged and entertained this summer. You’ll find camp options for elementary age through the teen years in various topics and settings. Week-long day camp options are offered for elementary school age and teens with weekly themes and adventures. And back this summer, the uber-popular Mix & Match Specialty camps that give your kids one experience in the morning and a separate experience in the afternoon.
Specialty camps include STEM options, sports, theater, adventure, LEGO®, history, cooking and so much more. Download the Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation 2018 Summer Camp Guide or visit www.auburnwa.gov/camps
White River Valley Museum- variety of history themed camps
CampFire-Teen and tween camp, general day camp, and overnight options
Fort Nisqually Kit Camp- Living history fun