For some school districts Spring Break starts next week. Don’t panic! Here are a list of 20 camps that offer everything from singing to skateboarding. Academy for Young Performers (Mar 18-22). Ages 7-18. Acting, music and movement instruction. Call for times. $275. Preregister. Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W Paradise Ln, Peoria. 623-776-8400 or azbroadway.org. Basha [...]
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University of Arizona student Jamie Maese spent four years as a camper at Independent Lake Camp in the Pocono Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania. Now she works summers as a counselor there, so she’s seen the overnight camp experience from both sides. With the benefit of maturity and experience, she better understands the apprehension her parents [...]
The Ice Den in North Scottsdale has mixed things up this summer by converting its newest ice rink into a family-friendly turf field. This 17,000-square-foot venue differs from the Ice Den’s other two ice rinks because it has a refrigeration system built under a concrete base floor, allowing the space to be used as either [...]
Chicano arts. Native American arts. African drumming. Latin dance. And spoken word. They’re all part of this year’s Multicultural Arts Camp presented by Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona, which “uses artistic expression and creativity to heal abused and homeless children across the Valley.” This year’s camp will serve 125 abused, homeless or at-risk [...]
Lynn Trimble shares news of a free summer camp expo taking place in Peoria this weekend — plus details about diverse shows and youth oportunities coming to Theater Works.
Going off to overnight camp is a chance to make new friends, try new activities and have fun. But for many kids, camp also brings bouts of homesickness. You might not be able to prevent your child from feeling homesick, but there is plenty you can do leading up to the experience to prepare your [...]
Poor parents. We’re so misunderstood. We’re just trying to do the right thing and protect our kids from a devastating legume and then someone, well, a lot of someones actually, comes out and throws a bunch of annoying facts around and we have to face the truth. We are responsible for the plethora of peanut anaphylaxis plaguing our offspring.
There’s always a window that’s lowered by a millimeter, a woman’s hair is slightly shorter, a man’s polka-dotted tie turns to stripes. It’s really not so hard. So why am I blinded to these seemingly obvious differences?
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Our 2013 directory of Valley aquatics programs — everything from learn-to-swim programs to diving, racing and synchronized swimming!Add to cart
Our April 2013 issue features the 2013 Summer Solutions directory — more than 500 day camps in Maricopa County!Add to cart
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