2005 Summer Camp Guide Maryland



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2005

Summer Camp Guide

Maryland





Name of Camp

Location

Contact Info

Age

Range

Dates

Hours


Tuition

Description

Adventure Theatre
Glen Echo Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd, Glen Echo

301-320-5331; fax - 301-320-3108

Website: www.adventuretheatre.org

Email: ATinfo@adventuretheatre.org



Ages 6-13

2-week sessions from

6/13/5 to 8/19/5.


9:00 – 3:00



$150 deposit due by 5/2/5
$595/session

(no increase from 2004)



Musical theatre and drama workshops, which include theatrical skills, enunciating, projecting, teamwork, and creative problem solving. Every session concludes with a complete on-stage musical performance.

The Audubon Naturalist Society Summer Camp

Camp Locations:

Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase

Lathrop E. Smith Environmental Education Center, Meadowside Park, in Rockville

301-652-9188, X14 or X16, no fax number

Website: www.audubonnaturalist.org

Email: eeregistrar@audubonnaturalist.org


4-15 years

4, 5, 9 and 10 day sessions from

6/20/5 – 8/19/5


Discovery Camp

(4-5 years) and

Exploration Camp

(1st-2nd grades)

Half days only:

Morning – 9:00-12:00

Afternoon – 1:15-4:15
Full day Exploration Camp (1st-2nd grades),

Investigation Camp (3rd-4th grades), Preteen/Teen Adventure Camps (5th-11th grades)

9:00-3:00
Extended Day (6+ years-afternoon & full sessions)

3:00-6:00.



Full payment is due at registration.
All camps, except Pre-Teen/Teen:

Members - $94-260/session

Non-Members - $121-$314/session

Pre-Teen/Teen Camps:

Member - $186-$625

Non-Members - $229-$693

Extended:

$46- $100/week

(depends on camp ending time)


This camp is designed to promote environmental awareness and provide nature-based education by spending time outdoors, searching in streams, plunking in ponds and foraging in forests. Activities may include nature walks, games and outdoor activities, arts and crafts, songs and stories (some of this years themes are: Reptile Mania, Friends of a Feather, Wonders of Water, Flight of Fancy, Senses and Sensibility, Wacky Wildlife, Hang Loose with Dr. Seuss, Creepy Crawlies, and Forest Frolickers) Older Campers may be off-site (some are overnight) exploring the Rocky Gap and Swallow Falls State Parks in Western Maryland, Rock Creek Park, Echo Outdoor School near Chestertown, Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay.

* See VA Guide.


Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks

Various locations throughout city.

Central District - 410-396-7006

Northern District - 410-396-7005

Southern District - 410-396-7003

Website: www.ci.baltimore.md.us (government)

No email address.


Call for information.

Call for 2005 dates and hours.

Call for 2004tuition.

Variety of programs - call for information.





Name of Camp

Location

Contact Info

Age

Range

Dates

Hours


Tuition

Description

Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks
Various locations throughout the county

Eastern District - 410-887-0258

Northern District - 410-887-6957

Northeast District - 410-887-5306

Northwest District - 410-887-6747

Southeast District - 410-887-7161

Southwest District - 410-887-1071

Website: www.co.ba.md.us/Agencies/recreation

No email address.


Ages 5-12



Call for 2005 dates and hours.


Call for 2005 tuition.

A variety of programs - call for information.



Barrie School Summer Camp

Director : Peter Vogdes

13500 Layhill Road, Silver Spring

301-871-1230, X215; Fax - 301-871-1177

Website: www.barrie.org

Email address: pvogdes@barrie.org


3-12 years

Weekly sessions from 6/13/5 – 8/12/5
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Extended Hours:

7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.



Regular Camp

Through 4/1/5:

$330/week

After 4/1/5:

$355/week
Specialty Camp

Additional $380/week


CCIT - $178/week
Extended Care

Morning:

$41/week

Afternoon:

$55/week

AM&PM:


$72/week
Two-Way Transportation:

$95/week

Late Bus Option:

$110/week


No sibling discounts

NOTE: Camp is usually full by March
Established 1932. Camp located on 40 wooded acres with an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool and clubhouse, controlled-access archery range, outdoor and indoor basketball courts, 2 art studios, ‘black box’ theater, state-of-the-art computer center, an amphitheater and 2 gyms..

Regular Camp: on-site swimming, riding, sports, nature, arts & crafts, dance or movement, music, creative dramatics and canoeing, archery, overnights, karate, field trips.

Specialty Camps: Half-day regular camp activities and half-day specialty areas which include Riding Camp, Summer Stage, Summer Studio, Summer Sports, Digital Video Theatre, The Naturalists and Camper/Counselor-in-Training (CCIT).
Transportation available from several locations. Limited late bus options.
OPEN HOUSES: February 27, 2005 and March 13, 2005 0 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. (no RSVP required).

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