Summer camp calendar

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YWCA Camp Downtown and Jr. Camp

Ages: 5-12

Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday, additional care available before 9 a.m. and after 4 p.m.

Dates: June 10 to August 30

About: Camp includes breakfast, lunch and snacks, swimming lessons and water activities, learning opportunities, arts and crafts, sports and games in our gymnasium, movie and pizza parties, daily outdoor activities to explore downtown, and field trips. The program is state licensed and staff members are qualified through the Child Care Registry.

Registration/questions: Required. Full and part-time care offered. Scholarships may be available. Contact John Potters, YWCA Child Care Director, at (920) 432-9130.

Passports To The World

Ages: 5 to 11

Hours: 8 a.m. to noon, Monday to Thursday.

Dates: July 8 to 18 or July 22 to Aug. 1

About: A unique children's language and culture summer day camp offered on the St. Norbert campus. Let us take your child on an exciting, interactive and fun tour of other cultures and languages this summer. Campers explore: language basics, food, sports, holiday traditions, art, geography, music and other cultural aspects.

Registration/questions: Registration closes July 1. Cost $125, includes course materials,camp t-shirt and certificate of completion. (920) 403-4075 or

Sand Lake Conservation Camp

Ages: Students entering grades 6 to 8.

Hours: Overnight at Camp Bird Youth Camp on Sand Lake in Marinette County.

Dates: June 20 to 22

About: The camp provides educational outdoor experiences with the goal of fostering an appreciation and understanding of nature, and introduces a variety of opportunities in natural resources and conservation careers. Professionals from natural resource and conservation agencies present programs on topics such as wildlife, habitat, ecosystems, water quality, fisheries, forestry, orienteering, and canoeing. These professionals and adult volunteers, serve as overnight staff and group leaders.

Registration/questions: $60 before May 30 ($75 after) that includes room, board and all activities. Visit (search for "Sand Lake" or "Conservation Camp") for the camp webpage - there is a link at the bottom of the page for the registration packet. Registrations closes June 5. Space is limited. Camp director Anne Bartels (715) 732-7784 or

Children's Museum of Green Bay Camps

Ages: 5 to 11

Hours: 2 to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday

Dates: Weeklong camps June 17 to Aug. 16

About: A variety of week-long Art and LegoŽ Camps led by trained instructors. Lego Camps by Bricks 4 Kidz themes: Remote Control Mania, Superhero Academy, Space Adventures and Bricks 4 Girls. Art camps themes: Summer of Color, Famous Artists, Let's Get Crafty and A Little Paint Please! All camps include 2 hours per day of activities, snack and playtime in the museum.

Registration/questions: Space is limited. Lego fees: $90 members/$115 non-members. Art fees: $85 members/$105 non-members., Gina Anderson (920) 432-4397 or

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