2018 SUMMERCAMPS

2018 SUMMERCAMPS

2018 SUMMERCAMPS

Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department 2018 SummerCamps 919-996-4800 l parks.raleighnc.gov Online Camp Registration begins March 5, 2018

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Summer Camps Welcome to Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources We are so excited you are here! Step 1: Choose the proper age category. Preschool – Typically for ages 3-5 Youth – Typically for ages 6-12 Teen – Typically for ages 12-17 Step 4: Visit the camp location to ensure that you and your camper are comfortable. Step 3: Read the camp description for your top choices. Be sure to look for activities your camper will enjoy. Ask yourself:  Does the camp require special skills?  Is the camp mostly indoors or outdoors?  Does the camp require a lot of physical activity or walking?  Does the camp include field trips or swimming?  Is the camp location convenient for you?  Do the camp hours accommodate your schedule? Please call the camp contact or use the Summer Camp Locations list for specific information regarding the camp.

How to choose the camp that is best for your camper: Step 2: Choose the type of camp. Traditional Summer Camps – provide campers with an experience incorporating a wide variety of activities that may include games, songs, and arts/crafts. Specialty Summer Camps – provide campers with activities centered around a particular theme or focus. Specialized Recreation Summer Camps – are specifically designed for individuals with developmental disabilities. Please see Summer Camp Locations and Map on pages 38 and 39. Online Registration will begin March 5, 2018 Walk-in Walk-in registration begins March 26, 2018. Registration forms will be available online and at the Recreation Business Office.

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Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 3 The policy of the City of Raleigh is, and shall be, to oppose any discrimination based on actual or perceived age, mental or physical disability, sex, religion, race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, familial or marital status, economic status, veteran status or national origin in any aspect of modern life. A participant alleging discrimination on the basis of any of the aforementioned areas may file a complaint with either the Director of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department or the Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240. SUMMER CAMPS Camp Directory Please check individual program descriptions for specific age requirements. Classic Arcade Adventures . 12 Bricks 4 Kidz: Brick City Engineers . 12 Bricks 4 Kidz: Engineering Explorers . 12 Bricks 4 Kidz-Junior Robotics . 13 Bricks 4 Kidz: LEGO® Remote Control Mania . 13 Bricks 4 Kidz: Mining and Crafting I . 13 Bricks 4 Kidz: Mining and Crafting II . 13 Bricks 4 Kidz: Stop Action Animation . 13 Bricks 4 Kidz-Brick Explorer Quest Adventures Ages 6-12 . 13 Bump, Set, Spike It Up Volleyball Camp . 13 Camp Compass Junior Outdoor Living Skills Ages 5-6 . 13 Camp Compass Outdoor Living Skills Ages 10-12 . 14 Camp Compass Outdoor Living Skills Ages 7-9 . 14 Camp Couture 2-Intermediate Level Garment Production . 14 Camp Happy Trails . 14 Comicon Camp . 14 Computers-Digital Creativity . 14 Computers-Game Design . 14 Computers-DIGI Camp Adventures in Coding Junior . 14 Computers-DIGI Camp Adventures in Coding . 14 Computers-DIGI Camp Animation for IPad Junior . 14 Computers-DIGI Camp Animation for IPad . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp- Claymation Junior . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp-Claymation . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp-Cool Tools of the 21st Century Junior . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp-Cool Tools of the 21st Century . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp Lights, Camera, Action Junior . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp Lights, Camera, Action . 15 Computers-DIGI Camp- Mobile Game Creation . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Robotics Junior . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Robotics . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Star Wars LEGO Movie Making Junior . . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Star Wars LEGO Movie Making . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Video Game Design-Junior . 16 Computers-DIGI Camp Video Game Design . 16 Creative Arts Summer Camp . 17 Dance Camp . 17 Dance Connection Camp . 17 Dribble, Shoot, Score Basketball Camp . .17 F.A.S.T Camp-Fitness Acceleration Strength Training Camp . 17 Football Skills and Drills Camp . 17 Full STEAM Ahead . 17 FUN-damentals Basketball Camp I . 17 Fun-damental Basketball Camp II . 17 Fun-damentals Camp-Volleyball . 17 Girls In Motion . 18 Girls Rule Sports Camp-Youth . 18 GOOOAAALLL . 18 Hardware History Camp . 18 Indoor Camp Out . 18 Indoor Sports . 18 Jewelry Creations Camp . 18 Jewelry Makers . 18 Kick It Up-Soccer . 18 Kid Scientist . 18 Kids Cup Challenge . 18 Krafty Sports . 18 Laurel Hills Kids Act Up Drama Camp . 18 Laurel Hills Kids Act Up Drama Camp Jr .20 Little Athletes Sports Camp . 20 Little Dancers II . 20 Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game with LEGO materials . 20 Mini Works Basketball Camp . 20 Nature Week At The Creek . 20 Nature Wonder Explorers Camp . 20 Oak City Adventures-Youth . 20 O-Line and D-Line Football Skills Camp . 20 Ooey Gooey Recycle Art Camp . 20 Pacesetters Baseball/Softball Camp . 20 Pacesetters Basketball Camp . 21 Raleigh History on the Move . 21 Red, White, and Blue . 21 Science and Engineering Camp . 21 Science Exploration Camp . 21 Sew Fun . 21 Sewing-Camp Couture . 21 Sewing Camp for Beginners . 21 SKATEch-Youth . 22 So You Say You Can Dance Camp . 22 Space is the Place at Pullen . 25 Speed, Power and Quickness Youth . 22 STEM Challenge with LEGO materials . 22 Stitch and Sew Camp . 22 Summer Bliss . 22 Summer Explorers Camp . 22 Summer Stitching . 22 Swim and Save: Best of Millbrook . 22 The Road Less Traveled . 22 The Total Package Baseball Camp . 22 The Total Package Basketball Camp . 23 The Total Package Cheerleading Camp . .23 Preschool (Ages 3-5) Specialty Summer Camps Adventures at the Park . 6 All About Animals . 6 Around the USA . 6 Art Discoveries Jr . 6 Art in the Garden . 6 Beach Week . 6 Blossoming Ballerinas . 6 Buggin’ Out . 6 Champ Camp . 6 Community Helpers Week . 6 Creative Ocean Art Explorations . 7 Farm Life . 7 Fizz, Muck, Bubbles and Goo . 7 Going Green . 7 Infinity and Beyond . 7 Kaleidosports Camp . 7 Kick Start to Kindergarten . 7 Kindersport Camp . 7 Little Dancers I . 8 Little Scientists Camp . 8 Masters of Design . 8 Mini Scientist . 8 Musical Creations . 8 Ocean Exploration . 8 One, Two, Three...Come Read with Me . 8 Princess In Training . 8 Rescue Rangers . 8 SnackTales Camp . 8 Splish Splash . 8 Tot Chefs . 8 World Camp Travelers . 8 Youth (Ages 6-12) Traditional Summer Camps Summer X-Press Camp . 9-10 Summer X-Press Plus Camp . 10 Green Road Adventures Camp . 10 W.O.W Camp . 13 Specialty Summer Camps All American Doll Adventure Camp . 10 All American Doll Extended Adventure Camp . 10 All-Sports Camp . 12 Around the World in Five Days at Sanderford Road Center . 12 Art Discoveries Camp . 12 Art Time Machine . 12 Art4Fun Camp . 12 Art4Fun Camp-Theater Week . 12 Basketball Achievements . 12 Bricks 4 Kidz: The Total Package Flag Football Camp . . 23 The Total Package Ultimate Frisbee Camp.23 The Works Basketball Camp . 23 Track and Field Training Camp . 23 Water In The Works . 23 Week of Wonder PLUS . 23 Wonderful Weather Camp . 23 Young Artist Creations . 23 Teen (Ages 12-17) Traditional Summer Camps Teen X-Treme . 25 Specialty Summer Camps All-Access Sports . 25 Campus Crusin . 25 Counselor in Training Camp . 25 CSI Forensics . 25 Dance It Out . 26 Girls In Motion All Day . 26 Girls Inc. Coding Camp . 26 Girls Rule Sports Camp-Teen . 26 Night Works Basketball Camp . 26 Oak City Adventures-Bike Week . 26 Oak City Adventures-Boat Week . 26 Oak City Adventures-Girls Week . 26 Oak City Adventures-Rock Week . 27 Oak City Adventures-Teen . 27 Speed, Power, and Quickness Teen . 27 Spike Camp . 27 Teen Corps Camp . 28 Teen X-Scape . 28 Video Gaming 4 Teens . 28 Youth Fire Academy Camp . 28 Specialized Recreation Camp Friendly Day Session . 29 Camp Friendly Mini Session . 30 Camp Friendly Personal Assistant Session . 30 Camp Exploration Day Session . 30 Camp Exploration Personal Assistant Session . 30 Registration My Fun Summer Planner . 4 Registration Information . 5 Camp Policies . 32-36 Play It Forward Scholarship Fund . 37 Summer Camp Locations . 38-39

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Weeks of Camp Barcode Camp Location June 11-15 June 18-22 June 25-29 July 2-6 July 9-13 July 16-20 July 23-27 July30- August 3 August 6-10 August 13-17 August 20-24 MY FUN SUMMER Looking for Registration Forms? Online registration will not require registration forms. For walk-in registration, forms will be available online and at the Recreation Business Office. planner no Xpress camp no Xpress camp

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Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 5 Camp Parent Meetings Registration Information This booklet contains information needed for registration. Please read the following instructions thoroughly before completing your registration. 1. For additional camp information, please call the phone number associated with the camp description in this booklet or use the Summer Camp Location page to find phone numbers. 2. For payment questions, please call 919-996-4800 or email Camp.Registration@raleighnc.gov 3. Any special request must be submitted in writing to camp.registration@raleighnc.gov or Recreation Business Office 2401 Wade Avenue Raleigh, NC 27607 and may delay processing of your registration.

4. Health Information Section – The Adventure Program will require an additional health form. The form will be mailed to participants after registration and requires a physician’s signature. 5. Any participant requiring medication to be administered at camp must complete a Permission Form for Assisted Administration of Medication and submit to camp.registration@ raleighnc.gov or Recreation Business Office 2401 Wade Avenue Raleigh, NC 27607 prior to the start of camp. 6. Understand that payment is due for all registrations regardless of participation.Withdrawal requests must be received in writing 14 days prior to the start of the program.

Online Registration Online will begin Monday, March 5, 2017. Online registration will be available at parks.raleighnc.gov. Walk-in Registration Walk-in registration begins on Monday, March 26, 2018. Registration forms will be online and at the Recreation Business Office. All walk-in registrations will be processed at the Recreation Business Office. Note: Families may choose a payment plan option but an initial payment is required at the time of registration. Camp choices may be limited. Changes to Registration • Any changes (withdrawal/transfer/additions) to your current registration must be submitted in writing to camp.registration@raleighnc.gov or by fax to 919-996-1741 • Additions or changes to authorized pick-up and release authorization must be submitted in writing to camp.registration@raleighnc.gov or by fax to 919-996-1741. Registration Information Welcome to Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department’s 2018 summer camps. All camp offerings are included in this booklet to assist in summer planning. Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources strives to offer diverse, goal- oriented, affordable, and enjoyable opportunities for youth of all ages and abilities. Age eligibility for each camp is determined by age as of August 31, 2018. Please consult each individual camp’s description for additional age requirements or limitation information. Please call the camp supervisor for age and program-related questions. Camp Parent Meetings are a great place for you to have the opportunity to meet the staff who will be working with your camper this summer and to obtain important information about the camp’s operations. Please plan to attend the parent meeting(s) for your camper’s summer camps. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please use the contact information provided with the camp to obtain information that will be distributed at the meeting. For a schedule of camp parent meetings, visit parks.raleighnc.gov Keyword search: Camp Payment Instructions Payment options include check or money order (payable to City of Raleigh), American Express, Visa or MasterCard. All registrations submitted after May 15, 2018 must be paid in full. Please do not mail or drop off cash. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department strives to provide programs to all. Thanks to generous donations and support, we are able to provide financial assistance to those in need. Financial assistance is provided on a sliding scale based on income and other financial circumstances. All patrons who wish to register for programs provided by the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department are eligible to apply for financial assistance. Please note that financial assistance is not available for: specialty camps, organizations, adult teams, special events, trips, or rentals. For more information on eligibility or to request the financial assistance application, please call 919-996-4839 or email Fee.Assistance@raleighnc.gov

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Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Preschool 6 such as paints, crayons, clay, recyclables, and other materials. Watch as imaginations soar and friendships are made in this fun and creative camp. Every day will be an adventure and something new to put on the shelf! This art exploration may get messy along the way and campers should be dressed for it! Campers should bring a snack and water daily. Campers must be potty trained. Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218106 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218107 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Art in the Garden Age: 3-5yrs. How does your garden grow? Paint a garden and watch it grow; flowers, plants and mother nature make it so. Have your little one join us this week as color and creativity unfolds in art pieces. Come dressed for lots of messy fun and bring a snack and water bottle daily. Participants must be potty trained.

Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218961 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Beach Week Age: 3-5yrs. Do you love the ocean but haven’t had a vacation yet? Join us as we bring the ocean to you! We are hosting a large indoor beach party; complete with games, music and loads of fun! Join us as we explore sea critters, sand crafts, and play beach ball games. Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217849 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Blossoming Ballerinas Age: 3-5yrs. If you love ballet and tap, then you will love this camp! Learn the basics of ballet and tap in a fun environment. Campers will enhance coordination, balance, and expression. Dancers will also create and design dance themed crafts. Meet friends, have fun, and dance the days away. Campers must be potty trained.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217872 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Buggin’ Out Age: 4-6yrs. Big bugs, little bugs, flying bugs, crawling bugs - bugs are everywhere. Join us as we explore the life of bugs and insects all around us. Campers will gather and collect insects as well as observe and inspect these creatures. Activities will be hands on and minds on to learn more about the daily life of bugs and their life spans. Each day campers will construct buggin’ crafts and compose a camp bug collection book. Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217854 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Champ Camp Age: 4-6yrs. Champ Camp is designed to introduce basic fundamental skills in different sports. Participants will learn about teamwork and sportsmanship in a non-competitive, fun atmosphere. Sports may include Basketball, T-ball, Tennis, Soccer and more. Sports related crafts are incorporated to enhance your camper’s experience. Campers should bring a snack and water daily. Campers must be potty trained.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218101 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218103 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Community Helpers Week Age: 3-5yrs. During this week, campers will learn the importance of their community and the importance of community service. Campers will work together, solve problems and make decisions to contribute to the enhancement of their community in a fun and interactive manner. Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217861 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Specialty Summer Camps Adventures at the Park Age: 4-5 yrs. Does your child love to go to Pullen Park? If they do, then this is the camp for them! Each day of camp we will walk to the park and explore a different aspect of it. We will ride the carousel and the train, play on the playground, and much more. The children will also learn some fun facts about the park, make arts and crafts, and play games. Campers must be potty trained. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218082 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm #218083 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm All About Animals Age: 3-5yrs. Do you love all types of animals? Then this is the camp for you! Explore the world’s animals from ants and bears to yaks and zebras. Campers will learn about animals from all over the world through stories, crafts, songs, games, and more. Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217853 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Around the U.S.A.

Age: 4-5yrs. Let’s go exploring across the United States! During this 5 day camp, campers will learn about a different state each day. Campers will play games, make arts and crafts, learn fun facts about our states, make some neat food experiences, and have fun! During the week campers will get to meet other children who may have similar interests and will go home every day with lots of interesting facts about different states. Campers must be potty trained. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218091 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm #218092 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm Art Discoveries Jr.

Age: 4-6yrs. Our little artists will explore the world of art through the use of mediums Our family is very grateful for the City of Raleigh summer camps and activities. The counselors are fantastic and we were confident that they were having fun and were in good hands. — Parent of 2017 Summer Camp participant Preschool

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Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov Preschool 7 Creative Ocean Art Explorations Age: 3-5yrs. All aboard as we sail the seven seas! Pirates, fish, shells, boats and more. Come along on this week-long camp as we explore life above, around, and under the sea through stories, games, and of course, art! Come dressed for lots of messy fun and bring a snack and water bottle daily. Participants must be potty trained. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218946 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Farm Life Age: 3-5yrs. Giddy up down to the farm. Your child’s imagination will be awakened as they learn all about farm animals in their natural habitat. Learn about the care, brushing, feeding, bathing and safety of being around farm animals. Campers will create crafts, sing farm songs, and play games. We will explore good ole’ country living! Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217867 Jun 11-15 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Fizz, Muck, Bubbles and Goo Age: 4-5yrs. We’ll mix up some crazy concoctions using stuff around the house-slime, bubbles, crazy doughs, eat-me art, and more. So get ready for some weird science and messy fun! Campers explore the themes and science in the camp title by doing hands on activities such as art projects, science experiments, games, etc. Campers should bring a snack daily and water bottle. Participants must be potty trained.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218171 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Going Green! Age: 3-5yrs. Grown-ups aren’t the only ones who can help the Earth! Participants will learn that even kids have the power to protect the environment. Learn about the 3Rs, (reduce, reuse, recycle) and create art using recycled materials. Participants will engage in various activities that will leave them with a entirely new love and understanding of the place we call home! Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217850 Aug 6-10 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Infinity and Beyond Age: 4-6yrs. 1,2,3 blast off into this fun and activity-filled week learning about the solar system. Let your imagination soar into outer space while learning about the planets, stars, and the moon. Campers will build and design their very own spaceship to carry them to the moon and beyond! Bye bye earth, hello galaxy! Campers should be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217856 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Kaleidosports Camp Age: 4-5yrs. Campers will try a variety of sports to find the one that’s the right fit for them as we introduce a new sport activity each day. We will explore teamwork and cooperation, as well as complete a sports- themed craft each day. Please have your child wear tennis shoes and socks as we will be running, walking and playing. Participants should also pack a healthy snack. Program hours for this camp will be from 9:00am-12:00pm and will not offer early drop-off or late pick-up. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218933 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218934 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Kick Start to Kindergarten Age: 4-6yrs. Children entering kindergarten in 2018 are invited to join us to have fun, meet new friends and get ready for school during the staggered entry week.Campers can practice skills like taking turns, packing up a backpack and sitting in a group circle to listen to a story. We will also keep them entertained with active games and arts & crafts. Please pack a non-perishable lunch and two snacks each day.

Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218084 Aug 27-31 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Kindersport Camp Age: 4-5yrs. Hit it, catch it, kick it, and more! We’ll introduce a variety of organized sports such as soccer, T-ball, hockey, basketball, and golf. Emphasis is on fun and social interaction, while developing hand-eye coordination. Campers will also make some sports-related arts and craft Kindersport Camp continued next page —

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Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Preschool 8 projects. Campers should bring a snack and water bottle daily. Participants must be potty trained. Lake Lynn Community Center – Class Fee $85 #217748 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-12:00pm no class Jul 4 Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee $100 #217749 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Lake Lynn Community Center – Class Fee $100 #218548 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Little Dancers I Age: 3-5yrs. Your little dancer will have so much fun learning the basic steps in a variety styles of dances. Participants will also enjoy games, free dance and crafts. They end their week with a performance for parents. Program hours for this camp are from 9:00am-12:00pm and does not offer an option for early drop-off or late pick-up. Campers must be potty trained.

Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $105 #218963 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Little Scientists Camp Age: 4-6yrs. Are you ready to experiment and explore science in the world around us? Little scientists will participate in experiments and record observations in their very own science notebooks! Each day we will explore a different science concept and do experiments to gain a better understanding of how things work in our world. We will learn about how air and water move as well as observe some fun, but safe, reactions like a vinegar-and- baking-soda volcano! Get ready for your child to experience this explosion of fun and learning! Participants will need a snack and water daily.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218113 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218114 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Masters of Design Age: 4-6yrs. Do you love designing structures using blocks, Legos and other building materials? Well, join us as we learn to create and design master pieces. Campers will use their architectural skills to create cars, towers and much more. Enjoy a friendly competition among your peers to see who can design the most creative masterpiece. Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217858 Jun 18-22 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Mini Scientist Age: 4-6yrs. Do you love to explore and experiment? Mini Scientist Camp is just for you! Campers will metamorphose into little scientists. Partake in science experiments and explore various science concepts in a fun and safe environment! Additionally, our mini scientists will enjoy the classic fun and games of summer time with a scientific twist! Campers must be potty trained.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217859 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Musical Creations Age: 3-5yrs. Do you enjoy singing and dancing along with your favorite songs and characters? Join the camp staff as we create dances, make instruments, dress up and sing along to our favorite songs and movies! Throughout the week, we will compose crafts and play theme games centered around some of our favorite songs and movies! Come prepared to sing, dance, and act your heart out! Campers must be potty trained. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217866 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Ocean Exploration Age: 3-5yrs. Have you been to the beach and wondered what goes on beneath the water’s surface? Join us for this underwater exploration! Campers will delve into learning all about ocean animals and plants and how they interact with one another. We will sing songs, read books, play games, create crafts, and dress up all while learning about what goes on in the deep blue sea! Campers must be potty trained.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217871 Jul 9-13 M-F 1:00-4:00pm One, Two, Three... Come Read with Me Age: 4-5yrs. This camp is all about popular children’s books! Each day we will be reading a different book and making a craft that goes along with the book. Children will also get a chance to act out scenes from the books and even get to dress up like their favorite storybook characters. Campers must be potty trained. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218088 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm #218090 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm Princess In Training Age: 3-5yrs. Do you love dressing up in princess costumes? Do you dream of becoming a real princess? In this camp, staff will transform campers into real princesses! Our princesses will learn the etiquette of a formal tea, how to curtsey, dance, and more! On the last day, come dressed in your best dress for a royal princess ball! Campers must be potty trained.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217870 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Rescue Rangers Age: 4-5yrs. Calling all Rescue Rangers! If you love fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances come make it, take it, and display it. We’ve got models to make while we learn about the exciting and important jobs that our local rescuers do. Campers learn about and focus on a different vehicle each day such as a police car, fire truck, helicopter, and ambulance. They will build a different model and paint it to take home. Campers will get to meet at least one firefighter or police officer while exploring their vehicles. Campers also participate in recreational games and choice play. Campers should bring a snack daily and water bottle. Participants must be potty trained.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218177 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm SnackTales Camp Age: 4-5yrs. We’re cooking with books! In each class, children will create their own tasty treat based on a storybook and add recipes to their handmade cookbook. Each day will focus on a special book. Campers will enjoy story time, preparing/cooking an item, creating a craft based upon the story of the day, and active recreational game time. Some of the cooking ‘creations’ focus on healthy eating. Campers should bring a water bottle and a snack daily. Participants must be potty trained.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218178 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Splish Splash Age: 4-5yrs. This is the camp for children who love to get wet and are fascinated by water! During the week, we will be doing experiments with water, playing outside water games and making crafts with water. One day during camp, the children will get to swim at our pool next door. This week is sure to make a splash! Campers must be potty trained. Pullen Community Center Class Fee: $85 #218085 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm Class Fee: $68 #218087 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-1:00pm Tot Chefs Age: 4-6yrs. Experience the fun of creating edible creations without having to use an oven. Each day campers will mix, blend, and stir up delicious concoctions. Culinary masterpieces will include chocolate mousse, s’mores, mug cakes, and so much more. Campers must be potty trained.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217857 Jun 25-29 M-F 1:00-4:00pm #217874 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm World Camp Travelers Age: 4-6yrs. Have you ever traveled the world in five days? If not, here is your chance! This camp will take you on a journey around the world. Travelers will expand their knowledge of different cultures, plants, languages, foods, and animals from many different places. These tourists will also participate in crafts and games from around the world! Ready, set, go! Campers must be potty trained.

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Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 9 I'm really grateful that you offer affordable, high quality camps for school aged children. As a working parent I have relied on these camps to provide a safe and educational environment. — Parent of 2017 Summer Camp participant Youth Abbotts Creek – Class Fee $60 #218898 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218899 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218900 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218901 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218902 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218903 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218904 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218905 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218906 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Barwell Road – Class Fee $60 #218889 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218890 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218891 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218892 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218893 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218894 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218895 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218896 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218897 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Biltmore Hills – Class Fee: $34 #218708 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218709 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218710 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218711 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218712 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218713 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218714 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218715 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218716 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Carolina Pines – Class Fee: $60 #218717 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218718 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218719 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218720 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218721 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218722 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218723 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218724 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218725 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Green Road – Class Fee: $60 #218744 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218745 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218746 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218747 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218748 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218749 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218750 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218751 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218752 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Halifax – Class Fee $60 #218862 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218863 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218864 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218865 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218866 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218867 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218868 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218869 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218870 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Hill Street – Class Fee $60 #218880 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218881 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218882 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218883 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218884 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218885 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218886 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218887 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218888 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Jaycee – Class Fee: $60 #218753 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218754 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218755 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218756 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218757 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218758 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218759 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218760 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218761 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm John Chavis – Class Fee: $60 #218726 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218727 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218728 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218729 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218730 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218731 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218732 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218733 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218734 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Lake Lynn – Class Fee: $60 #218762 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218763 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218764 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218765 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218766 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218767 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218768 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218769 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218770 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Laurel Hills – Class Fee: $60 #218771 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218772 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218773 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218774 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm Traditional Summer Camps Summer X-Press Camp Age: 6-12yrs. The Summer X-Press Program provides a high-quality summer camp experience at a reasonable cost. This program takes place in a stimulating and exciting atmosphere with organized activities including: arts and crafts, recreational sports and games, field trips, specialty programs and much more. The program is staffed by caring and experienced counselors who attend more than 20 hours of training on working with school-aged participants. Participants should be prepared to have tons of fun with plenty of laughs, smiles and excitement. Structured program hours are 9:00am-4:30pm. Early drop off is available at 7:30am. All campers must be picked up by 6:00pm. Participants will be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Camp fees will be prorated the week of July 2-6 to $27 for $34 a week sites and $48 for $60 a week sites. Summer X-Press Camp continued next page —

2018 SUMMERCAMPS

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 10 Specialty Summer Camps continued to page 12— Roberts – Class Fee $34 #218825 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218826 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218827 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218828 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218829 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218830 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218831 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218832 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218833 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Sanderford – Class Fee $34 #218834 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218835 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218836 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218837 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218838 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218839 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218840 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218841 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218842 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Sgt. Courtney T. Johnson – Class Fee: $34 #218735 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218736 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218737 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218738 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218739 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218740 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218741 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218742 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218743 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Tarboro Road – Class Fee $34 #218843 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218844 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218845 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218846 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218847 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218848 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218849 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218850 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218851 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Underwood Elementary – Class Fee $60 #218907 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218908 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218909 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218910 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218911 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218912 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218913 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219109 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Worthdale – Class Fee $34 #218852 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218853 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218855 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218856 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218857 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218858 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218859 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218860 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218861 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Summer X-Press Plus Camp Age: 5-11yrs. This is an extension of the Summer X-Press Camp. Camp features sports, games, arts and crafts, field trips, and much more. Structured activity times are from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Chavis Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218976 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Green Road Adventures Camp Age: 6-12yrs. Get ready for a week of nonstop fun and excitement where you can end summer with a Bang! Green Road Adventures summer day camp is packed full of team-building activities, relays, scavenger hunts, trivia, arts/crafts, and other exciting adventures. Green Road Adventures camp is definitely the spot for campers who are ready to laugh until they pop, and play until they drop! Fields trips will be taken throughout the week! Program hours are 9:00am-4:30pm. Early drop-off begins at 7:30am and all campers should be picked up by 6:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch, reusable water bottle, and two snacks each day. Green Road Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218554 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218555 Aug 20-24 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm W.O.W. Camp Age: 5-12yrs. Come join the summer camp staff for an additional week of traditional summer camp fun and excitement. Participants will take part in activities such as arts and crafts, games, sports and other exciting events. Structured activities will be during the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm. Early drop-off is at 7:30am and latest pickup is at 6:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Carolina Pines Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #219020 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Specialty Summer Camps All American Doll Adventures Camp Age: 6-11yrs. Campers can choose one or more themed weeks of fun activities and adventures that may include dancing, fashion shows, crafts, movies, games, stories, walks in the park and more! Campers will enjoy time with dolls they bring from home. Please make sure to bring a snack and lunch daily. Camp fees will be prorated to $88 the week of July 2-6. Program hours for this camp are from 9:00am-1:00pm. Early drop-off and late pick- up times are not available for this camp. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $110 Back in Time #218949 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm Holiday Happenings #218950 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-1:00pm Petapalooza #218951 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm All American Doll Extended Adventure Camp Age: 6-11yrs. Join us for our EXTENDED day of fun. Campers will enjoy fun activities and adventures that may include dancing, fashion shows, crafts, movies, games, stories, walks in the park and more! Campers will enjoy time with dolls they bring from home. One or two off site field trips will be scheduled during the week. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Program hours for this camp are from 9:00am-4:00pm and does not offer an option for early drop-off or late pick-up.

Glen Eden Park – Class Fee: $150 #219040 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm #219041 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm #219042 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm #218775 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218776 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218777 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218778 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218779 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Lions – Class Fee: $60 #218780 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218781 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218782 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218783 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218784 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218785 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218786 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218787 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218788 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Method – Class Fee: $60 #218789 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218790 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218791 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218792 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218793 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218794 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218795 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218796 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218797 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Millbrook Exchange – Class Fee $60 #218871 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218872 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218873 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218874 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218875 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218876 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218877 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218878 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218879 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Optimist – Class Fee: $60 #218798 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218799 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218800 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218801 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218802 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218803 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218804 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218805 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218806 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Peach Road – Class Fee: $34 #218807 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218808 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218809 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218810 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218811 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218812 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218813 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218814 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218815 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Pleasant Grove Elementary – Class Fee $60 #218915 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218916 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218917 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218918 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218919 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218920 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218921 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218922 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Ralph Campbell – Class Fee $34 #218816 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218817 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218818 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218819 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218820 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218821 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218822 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218823 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218824 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Summer X-Press Camp continued —

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 12 Bricks and Technic® elements. Not only will you build awesome models and working contraptions depicting your favorite arcade and video game heroes, such as Sonic the Hedgehog®, Mario®, Pac-Man®, Smash Brothers®, Space Invaders® and more, but you will also have the opportunity to play some of the original games on their original vintage Sega® and Nintendo® consoles. This is a unique opportunity to experience classic arcade and video games through LEGO® and see first hand how the current video game craze started decades ago! At the end of the week, you not only travel back to the future but get to bring back your own custom LEGO® mini figure! Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218940 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Brick City Engineers Age: 6-12yrs. Let’s Build a CITY! There are many different types of engineering jobs, and building is one of the most fun! What would a city be without the architects and engineers who come up with the ideas, plans, and building skills to make it all come together? Campers will put their engineering and architectural skills to work as they build city-themed models using LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements. The sky’s the limit when campers are challenged to use their own ideas and skills to build a skyscraper taller than their heads! They’ll have a blast building the working draw and truss bridges and using custom-built cars to move the people of the city all around town—brick by brick! Campers will also get to construct famous landmarks such as the Liberty Bell, the torch from the Statute of Liberty, and others! All campers take home a custom mini-figure at the end of the week! What an accomplishment to be able to proudly exclaim ‘We built the BRICK City!’ Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. Class Fee: $175 Laurel Hills #218985 Aug 20-24 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Jaycee #218986 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Engineering Explorers Age: 6-12yrs. Bricks 4 Kidz is a STEM-based program in which campers build a variety of fun-filled motorized models utilizing LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements. Campers will construct working models, incorporating motors and batteries with exciting themes that include Interesting Inventions, Exploring the Everglades, Energy is Everywhere, Space Exploration, Cranium Contraptions, Amazing Animals, Factory Fun and many others! Campers not only gain engineering skills, but learn science and fun facts about the model they build. All activities are designed should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Glen Eden Park – Class Fee: $140 #219018 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm Art4Fun Camp Age: 6-11yrs. Art4Fun is all about celebrating and encouraging creativity in children! The daily camp schedule includes multimedia art projects that encourage creativity and promote the enjoyment of art, balanced with traditional camp activities. Each week is programmed differently, so you may sign up for one week or multiple weeks. Structured activities are scheduled from 8:45am-5:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Class Fee: $150 Around and Around at Powell Drive #218122 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Storybook at Powell Drive #218123 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Scraptastic at Powell Drive #218124 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Winter Wonderland at Brentwood #218125 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Art Meets Nature at Brentwood #218126 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Fairy Tale at Brentwood #218127 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Fur, Feathers and Fins at Brentwood #218128 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Art4Fun Camp – Theater Week Age: 7-9yrs. Art4Fun is all about celebrating and encouraging the creativity in children! During Theatre Week, campers work together to write a play, make costumes, build sets and props, and perform for families at the end of the week.The daily camp schedule includes multimedia art projects and theater games, balanced with traditional camp activities, including play time at Pullen Park Amusements. Each week is programmed differently, so you may sign up for one week or both weeks. Structured activities are scheduled from 8:45am-5:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218129 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm #218130 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Basketball Achievements Age: 8-12yrs. Campers will learn components of team sports and positive competition. Confidence will be improved by learning basketball fundamentals: shooting, passing, dribbling, defensive drills, and conditioning. Structured activities will take place between 9:00am and 4:30pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Carolina Pines Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #219007 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm #219008 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Classic Arcade Adventures Age: 6-12yrs. Step back in time and bring the world of classic arcade and video games to life by building classic icons with LEGO® All-Sports Camp Age: 7-14yrs. This camp is perfect for any child that enjoys playing and learning a variety of sports and recreational games. Skills and rules will be taught for many activities but not limited to the following: soccer, wiffleball, basketball, kickball, flag football, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee and more. Early drop off time is 9:15am and all campers must be picked up by 1:30pm. Participants should bring a snack, bottled water and prepared to be involved in outdoor activities throughout the day.

Brier Creek Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218923 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:30am-1:00pm #218924 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:30am-1:00pm Around the World in Five Days at Sanderford Road Center Age: 6-10yrs. Ever been around the world in five days?! If not, here is your chance! This camp will introduce the concept of multiculturalism and expose youth to various cultural traditions and practices from around the world. Kids will expand their knowledge of diversity and grow to appreciate various nationalities and cultures outside of their own. Youth will learn through discovery in educational and recreational activities like crafts, language, music, games and food which will pique their curiosity in the world around them and help them become global citizens. Get your passport ready and see you at Sanderford! Participants should be a lunch and two snacks daily.

Sanderford Road Park – Class Fee: $110 #219073 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Art Discoveries Camp Age: 7-10yrs. Your artist will explore the world of art and create masterpieces through the use of mediums such as paints, clay, charcoal and other materials. Watch as imaginations soar and friendships are made in this fun and creative camp. This art exploration may get messy along the way and campers should be dressed for it. Campers should bring a snack and water daily. Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218104 Jun 25-29 M-F 1:30-4:30pm #218105 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Art Time Machine Age: 6-11yrs. Travel back in time on an adventure of hands-on art history as we explore the works of artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol and Jasper Jones. In this week-long camp, we will work in acrylics, watercolor, and pastels, following the timeline of art from old world masters to modern artists of today. We will apply the lessons that each artist brought to the world in our paintings, collages and maybe even sculptures. The fun will get messy, so make sure you are dressed for it. One or two off site field trips will be scheduled during the week. Participants Specialty Summer Camps continued —

Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 13 to enhance a child’s self-esteem and improve fine-motor skills, while triggering their imagination and building their self- confidence. All participants take home a custom LEGO® mini figure at the end of the session! Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218943 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Junior Robotics Age: 6-12yrs. Your LEGO® will respond to your every command in our Junior Robotics workshop! Working with LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements, you will turn mechanical models into robotic creations, programmed to do exactly what you tell it to do through the use of LEGO® WeDo® software. At the end of the week, you get to show off your new programming and design skills by creating your own custom creation. Not only can you keep your custom mini figure around to pilot your robot, but you get to take your LEGO® mini figure home at the end of week! Our Junior Robotics camp is a great way to prepare your child and give him or her a leg up on the competition if they are thinking about joining First Lego League® (FLL) activities in Middle School. Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #219022 Aug 20-24 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – LEGO® Remote Control Mania Age: 6-12yrs. LEGO® comes to life when you turn your creations into radio-controlled masterpieces—making it move is the name of the game! You will get to engineer everything from machines to animals with LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements, then incorporate infrared sensors to convert your creation to remote control operation. In addition to learning the basic principles of the many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday lives, you will also learn how to magnify or diminish force to move objects at different speeds and in different directions. Set your remote to ‘fun’ and even build a custom LEGO® mini figure to take home! Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218942 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Mining and Crafting I Age: 6-12yrs. Campers will explore the world of Minecraft® in our Mining and Crafting I Camp by bringing it into your world through the use of LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements. Participants will build and interact with characters and elements from the popular game including Steve, Creeper, Chicken, Pig, Pickaxe and Minecraft. Learn engineering skills through the construction of motorized and articulated elements from the video game. In addition, campers will build their favorite characters through the use of various art projects. Each camper gets to build a mini Creeper or Steve figure to take home at the end of camp! Students will face new challenges each day, building models and crafting key elements by using their imagination. Video game play is not part of this camp’s curriculum. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. ‘Minecraft’ is a trademark of Notch Development AB which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these programs. Camp will not be held on Tuesday, July 4. Camp fees will be prorated to $145 the week of July 2-6. Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz. Jaycee – Class Fee: $145 #218932 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-12:00pm Laurel Hills – Class Fee: $175 #218935 Aug 20-24 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Mining and Crafting II Age: 6-12yrs. Campers will explore the world of Minecraft® in our Mining and Crafting II Camp, by bringing it into your world through the use of LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements. Participants will build and interact with additional characters and elements from the popular game including Mooshroom, Zombie, Zombie Pigman, Spider and Skeleton. They will also learn engineering skills through the construction of motorized and articulated elements from the video game. Each camper gets to build a mini Creeper or Steve figure to take home at the end of camp! Students will face new challenges each day; building models and crafting key elements by using their imagination. In addition, campers will build their favorite characters through the use of various art projects. Video game play is not part of this camp’s curriculum. Mining and Crafting I is not a prerequisite to attend Mining and Crafting II. This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. ‘Minecraft’ is a trademark of Notch Development AB which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these programs. Camp will not be held on Wednesday, July 4. Camp fees will be prorated to $145 the week of July 2-6. Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz.

Jaycee – Class Fee: $145 #218936 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 1:00-4:00pm Laurel Hills – Class Fee: $175 #218937 Aug 20-24 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Stop Action Animation Age: 7-14yrs. ‘Everything is Awesome!’ when you are the director and producer of your own Lego® Movie adventure in which you script, stage, produce, and shoot your own mini-movie, using stop action animation techniques and LEGO® Bricks. Working as a team, you will use LEGO® components to build the set and props, then shoot your movie using laptops and web cams, as well as, adding special effects, titles, credits, and more. Join us for a week of film making adventure! A screening party will be held on the last day of camp for your family and friends and a DVD of all the movies created by the class will be mailed to you. At the end of the week, you will also get to take home a custom LEGO® mini figure! This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218938 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Bricks 4 Kidz – Brick Explorer Quest Adventures Ages 6-12 Age: 6-12yrs. Get ready for a building quest that will take you on exciting missions around the globe and explore both Worlds of Fantasy and Warriors of Long Ago! Encounter worst case scenario survival brick challenges in the snowy Norwegian forest aboard Sven’s sleigh. Venture to Queen Elsa’s secluded brick ice castle. Explore far away kingdoms as your favorite brick knight for resources needed to construct a base camp to complete your quest. Build a lava launcher to defeat the evil jester. Gather your barbarians and archers and battle with ancient mechanical weapons that you construct with Technic® elements! All campers take home a custom mini-figure at the end of the week! Do you have what it takes to go on an extreme explorer quest? This program is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO® Education or the LEGO® Group. Curriculum and staff are provided by Bricks 4 Kidz.

Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218945 Aug 13-17 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Bump, Set, Spike it Up Volleyball Camp Age: 8-12yrs. Serve, dig and rotate the fun in this all-day camp for developing volleyball skills and conditioning. This camp is for beginner-to-intermediate players to work on the skills and techniques needed to develop and improve their game. Individual and team play will be the focus. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a water bottle each day. Participants will go swimming and will also have an off-site field trip. Court shoes are preferred but not required. Program hours for this camp will be from 9:00am-4:00pm and will not offer an early drop-off or late pick-up option. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218947 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm #218948 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm Camp Compass Junior Outdoor Living Skills Ages 5-6 Age: 5-6yrs. Calling ALL LITTLE HIKERS AND NATURE EXPLORERS! Come discover the great outdoors in the company of exceptional leaders and newfound friends! We will be Camp Compass Junior continued next page —

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 14 game’s code, gameplay mechanics, levels, graphics, and sound. Learn how real game studios work on big-name games. Game Design Camp teaches students GameMaker Studio, software that’s used by professionals for popular commercial games like Hyper Light Drifter and Spelunky. Participants can use this free software to keep working on their games after camp. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Curriculum and staff are provided by Kramden Institute.

Chavis Community Center – Class Fee: $310 #218388 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:30am-4:30pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Adventures in Coding Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will learn about robotics and programming through Dot and Dash robots. They will participate in daily problem solving challenges where they will experiment with sensors, sounds and writing code. It is the easiest and most exciting way to become a 21st century programmer. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218326 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218327 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Adventures in Coding Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will learn about robotics and programming through Dot and Dash robots. They participate in daily problem solving challenges where they will experiment with sensors, sounds and writing code. It is the easiest and most exciting way to become a 21st century programmer. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Non-City Owned Site – Class Fee: $195 #218524 Jun 11-15 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Ravenscroft #218525 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI Camp – Animation for iPad Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Explore animation techniques using the will be introduced to sewing techniques such as darts, pleats, tucks as well as learn different hemming techniques. Throughout the week they will use this knowledge to not only create several garments from patterns, but edit and revise these patterns to fit their own personal style. Different fabrics and natural dyes will be used with each garment, allowing campers to become familiar with an assortment of mediums and finishes. Campers will also be taught how to sew an invisible zipper into one of their garments! At the end of the week students will be tasked with producing a ‘fashion show’ of sorts for parents to attend! Sewing experience is required for this camp. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $160 #218531 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Camp Happy Trails Age: 6-11yrs. End your summer with a bang! Keep the good times rolling at Jaycee before school starts. Come join us for a week-long back to school bash including arts and crafts, games, sports activities, and other exciting events. Field trips are included throughout the week. Program hours are 9:00am to 4:30pm. Early drop-off is at 7:30am and all campers must be picked up by 6:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks, and a water bottle daily. Jaycee Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218174 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218175 Aug 20-24 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Comicon Camp Age: 7-11yrs. Calling all superheros! Join us in an action packed adventure filled week. Gear up in your favorite villian and superhero outfits. This week-long camp will be filled with lots of adventures games, crafts and heroic activities. Campers will tap into their superhero powers and solve daily challenges and riddles. Learn your superpower! Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217860 Aug 6-10 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Computers – Digital Creativity Age: 10-13yrs. Learn the ins and outs of digital media production. Get creative with fun projects using photo, sound, and video editing software. Campers will create a design based on a photo, put together sound effects to tell story, and record a video with special effects. Learn how to use powerful, free software programs, so you can keep creating at home. A combination of design studio and art class, Digital Creativity Camp is a must for aspiring artists, musicians, game designers, and filmmakers. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Curriculum and staff are provided by Kramden Institute. Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $310 #218387 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:30am-4:30pm Computers – Game Design Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will learn programming concepts and teamwork as they create and build games. Develop your teaching campers the basics of outdoor living and wilderness skills through fun adventures. Campers will participate in several of the following activities: learning how to setup a campsite, the basics of wilderness safety, backpacking, arts and crafts, and games. Campers should bring a snack daily and water bottle. No camp will be held on Wednesday, July 4.

Glen Eden Park Camp Fee $80 #218154 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-12:00pm Camp Fee $100 #218156 Jul 16-20 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Camp Compass Outdoor Living Skills Ages 10-12 Age: 10-12yrs. Calling ALL OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS! Come discover the great outdoors in the company of exceptional leaders and newfound friends! We will be teaching campers outdoor living and wilderness skills. Campers will participate in several of the following activities: learning how to setup a campsite, the basics of wilderness safety, fishing, backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, arts and crafts, and games. We will travel to several offsite outdoor experiences. This camp is outdoor activity based, therefore the campers should be prepared to spend the majority of the day outside. Structured activities run from 9:00am-4:30pm. Campers should bring 2 snacks, a lunch, and a water bottle daily. Glen Eden Park – Class Fee: $200 #218152 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218153 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Compass Outdoor Living Skills Ages 7-9 Age: 7-9yrs. Calling ALL OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS! Come discover the great outdoors in the company of exceptional leaders and newfound friends! We will be teaching campers outdoor living and wilderness skills. Campers will participate in several of the following activities: learning how to setup a campsite, the basics of wilderness safety, fishing, backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, arts and crafts and games. We will travel to several offsite outdoor experiences. This camp is outdoor activity based therefore the campers should be prepared to spend the majority of the day outside. Structured activities run from 9:00am-4:30pm. Campers should bring 2 snacks, a lunch and a water bottle daily. Glen Eden Park – Class Fee: $200 #218149 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218150 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Couture 2 – Intermediate Level Garment Production Age: 10-14yrs. In this week long camp campers will learn intermediate and advanced skills used in creating garments using sewing patterns. Campers will complete several garments throughout the week building on previous knowledge. They Camp Compass Junior continued —

Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 15 must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Revenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218328 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218329 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Lights, Camera, Action Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Imagine your family gathered around the living room watching a movie production created by you. In this class, you can become the writer, director and producer of your very own movie clips. Not only are you in charge but you are the star! Learn how to write your own script, film your story, edit the footage, add titles and special effects and produce your movie. Leave this class with your own movie viewable online to share with family and friends. So dim the lights, grab the popcorn and enjoy your unique creation. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218338 Jun 25-29 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218339 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Lights, Camera, Action Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Imagine your family gathered around the living room watching a movie production created by you. In this class, you can become the writer, director and producer of your very own movie clips. Not only are you in charge but you are the star! Learn how to write your own script, film your story, edit the footage, add titles and special effects and produce your movie. Leave this class with your own movie viewable online to share with family and friends. So dim the lights, grab the popcorn and enjoy your unique creation. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are Computers – DIGI-Camp – Claymation Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Bring your clay creations to life in this popular class. Students script their own movies, build their clay characters and sets and use the stop-motion animation process to create a movie. They will take pictures using our digital cameras, then edit the movies on the computer and add voice and sound effects. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218332 Jul 16-20 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218333 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI Camp – Cool Tools of the 21st Century Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. In this ever changing world of technology, you can WOW your friends, family and teachers with the cool tools that you will master in this class. Be ahead of the curve. Create your own video, write a podcast, edit photos, explore computer programming and more. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218330 Jul 16-20 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218331 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Cool Tools of the 21st Century Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. In this ever changing world of technology, you can WOW your friends, family and teachers with the cool tools that you will master in this class. Be ahead of the curve. Create your own video, write a podcast, edit photos, explore computer programming and more. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants iPad. Each day students work on a unique project. They will learn different styles of animation and they will watch their creations come alive. iPads will be provided for use during the class. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218544 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218545 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Animation for iPad Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Explore animation techniques using the iPad. Each day students work on a unique project. They will learn different styles of animation and they will watch their creations come alive. iPads will be provided for use during the class. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218324 Jun 25-29 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218323 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-camp – Claymation Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Bring your clay creations to life in this popular class. Students script their own movies, build their clay characters and sets and then use the stop-motion animation process to create a movie. They take pictures using our digital cameras and then edit the movies on the computer and also add voice and sound effects. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the camp and extended care if both options are needed. Participants should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech.

Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218334 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218335 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Lights, Camera, Action continued next page —

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 16 needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218336 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218337 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Mobile Game Creation Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Learn the fundamentals of game design on this iPad course. Students will create original games that can be created and played on the iPad. No previous programming experience required. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218369 Jul 23-27 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218370 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-camp – Robotics Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Bring a robot to life in this exciting course! Students learn the fundamentals of robotics using LEGO NXT Mindstorms. Working in pairs or small groups, students design, build and program robots. Students use the computer to program how the robots move and react to sensors. Students will participate in daily challenges and will complete a group challenge on the final day. No prior programming or robotics experience is necessary. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. This program is not affiliated, sponsored or endorsed by LEGO Education or the LEGO Group.

Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218356 Jun 18-22 M-F 1:00-4:00pm #218354 Jul 23-27 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218357 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218355 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Robotics Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Bring a robot to life in this exciting course! Students learn the fundamentals of robotics using LEGO NXT Mindstorms. Working in pairs or small groups, students design, build and program robots. Students use the computer to program how the robots move and react to sensors. Students will participate in daily challenges and will complete a group challenge on the final day. No prior programming or robotics experience is necessary. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. This program is not affiliated, sponsored or endorsed by LEGO Education or the LEGO Group.

Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218348 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218350 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218352 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218349 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218351 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218353 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-camp – Star Wars LEGO Movie Making Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. A perfect camp for Star Wars and LEGO fans! Campers will use Star Wars LEGO characters and will create their own sets to produce original masterpiece stop motion LEGO movies. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. This program is not affiliated, sponsored or endorsed by LEGO Education or the LEGO Group.

Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218389 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218391 Jul 9-13 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218390 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218392 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-camp – Star Wars LEGO Movie Making Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Come try this new exciting offering! A perfect camp for Star Wars and LEGO fans. Campers will use Star Wars LEGO characters and will create their own sets to produce original masterpiece stop motion LEGO movies. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. This program is not affiliated, sponsored or endorsed by LEGO Education or the LEGO Group.

Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218371 Jun 18-22 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218372 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Video Game Design – Junior Age: 7-10yrs. Campers will gain hands-on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Students first learn about game design through playing games and fixing broken games. They then learn how to create their own electronic video games, publish their games and critique other games. Video game design helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, creativity and collaboration skills. Participants will develop a game concept and use software to create the game. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218365 Jun 11-15 M-F 1:00-4:00pm #218363 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218367 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218366 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218364 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218368 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Computers – DIGI-Camp – Video Game Design Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will gain hands- on experience with innovative digital media equipment that can be used in everyday life. Students first learn about game design through playing games and fixing broken Lights, Camera, Action continued —

Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 17 FUN-damentals Camp continued next page — Full STEAM Ahead Age: 8-12yrs. This camp didn’t forget about the ARTs when it comes to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)! By incorporating art in the STEM curriculum, camper’s creativity will become front and center. Participants will experience a curriculum that is fundamentally packed with engaging activities and content that promotes hands on learning. Campers will participate in a variety of programs ranging from math challenges to music lessons. We are committed to our participants moving Full STEAM Ahead! Instructional time is from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non-instructional time. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day.

Green Road Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218549 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm #218550 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm FUN-damentals Basketball Camp I Age: 8-12yrs. Why do basketball players love cookies? Because they can dunk them! FUN-damental Basketball Camp I is a fun yet instructional camp, that focuses on individual skill development. Instruction includes drills and game situations with an emphasis on ball-handling, shooting, and passing. Campers learn basketball principles and rules to help them master proper technique. Instructional time is from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non- instructional time. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day.

Green Road Community Center – Class Fee: $145 #218551 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm FUN-damentals Basketball Camp II Age: 8-12yrs. Why do basketball players still love cookies?...Because they can still dunk them! FUN-damentals Basketball Camp II will reinforce and build on the individual skill development gained through Session I or previous basketball experience. With an added emphasis on team aspects, campers will utilize skills during game situations, team drills, and scrimmages. Campers will learn teamwork and cooperation, a skill that will last forever! Instructional time is from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non- instructional time. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day.

Green Road Community Center – Class Fee: $145 #218552 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm FUN-damentals Camp – Volleyball Age: 8-12yrs. There’s no better time than now to start playing the sport of volleyball! Basic FUN-damentals Volleyball Camp will ignite and excite participants about the fun competition of volleyball. Campers will learn and practice setting, spiking, modern and African dance using traditional dance instruction. Participants will also make crafts and play games during the camp week. Parents and friends will be invited to a small performance on the last day of camp. Instructional time is from 9:00am-4:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks to camp.

Barwell Road Community Center – Class Fee: $120 #219084 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm Dribble, Shoot, Score Basketball Camp Age: 8-12yrs. Dribble, shoot, and score up the fun in this all-day camp for developing basketball skills and conditioning. This camp is for beginner-to-intermediate players to work on the skills and techniques needed to develop and improve their game. Individual and team play will be the focus. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a water bottle each day. Swimming and an off site field trip are included in this camp. Program hours for this camp will be from 9:00am-4:00pm and will not offer an early drop-off or late pick-up option. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $112 #218953 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 9:00am-4:00pm F.A.S.T. Camp – Fitness Acceleration Strength Training Camp Age: 7-14yrs. F.A.S.T.= Fitness Acceleration Strength Training . Run faster, jump higher and throw harder than you ever have before. Learn the plyometric movements and strength exercises that will help you become a better athlete. Develop the explosive power needed for youth athletic competition through fitness and strength training, and practice acceleration techniques. Recreational activities will be included throughout training. Instructional time is from 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop-off starts at 7:30am, and participants must be picked up by 6:00pm Campers should bring two snacks and a lunch daily.

Barwell Road Community Center – Class Fee: $120 #219070 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Football Skills and Drills Camp Age: 7-14yrs. This developmental camp will focus on learning the fundamentals of football. Camper will learn the essential skills for multiple positions on offensive and defensive line and the drills to maintain the position during the season and off season. There will also be drills to improve general fitness and speed. All drills and plays will be noncontact. Drills will be inside and outside. Instructional time is from 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop-off starts 7:30am, and participants must be picked up by 6:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non-instructional time. Campers should bring a water bottle, two snacks and a lunch daily. There will be no camp on July 4.

Barwell Road Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #219071 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm games. They then learn how to create their own electronic video games, publish their games and critique other games. Video game design helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, creativity and collaboration skills. Participants will develop a game concept and use software to create the game. Extended care beginning at 7:30am and ending at 6:00pm is available for participants for an extra fee. Participants must be registered for both the DIGI camp and extended care if both options are needed. If not registered for extended care, participants should be picked up at the end of the program time listed. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Curriculum and staff for this program is provided by Discovery Tech. Ravenscroft – Class Fee: $195 #218362 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218360 Jul 9-13 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Extended Care – Class Fee: $75 #218359 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218361 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Creative Arts Summer Camp Age: 7-12yrs. Creative Arts Camp is an extension of our Summer X-Press Plus Camp. Youth ages 7-12 will participate daily in hands-on art and crafts projects, as well as cooking experiences. The participants will take field trips as part of the camp . This Camp will also focus on art projects, music, dance and much more. Participants will need to bring 2 snacks and a lunch daily. Chavis Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218977 Aug 20-24 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Dance Camp Age: 6-11yrs. Campers will be exploring various styles of dance, specifically ballet, tap and jazz. This camp will focus on teaching the basic steps and techniques associated with these dances. They will also be introduced to some examples of show management as it relates to stage hair and make-up, art design, and more as they prepare for an end-of-the-camp- week performance. Participants will also enjoy games, outdoor play, swimming and crafts. During the camp, the dancers may work in groups so various levels and ages are welcome. No dance experience required. Partcipants should bring a lunch and 2 snacks each day. Appropriate shoes for various dance styles such as sneakers, ballet, tap, and/or regular shoes with your dancer’s name labeled are prefered but not required. Dancers are welcome to wear dance attire and/or regular clothes. The program hours for this camp are 9:00am-3:00pm, and will not offer an early drop-off or late pick-up option. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218427 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm #218931 Aug 20-24 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Dance Connection Camp Age: 6-12yrs. This high energy camp is great for multi-level boys and girls. Participants will learn the techniques of ballet, jazz,

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 18 be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Program hours are 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop off is available from 8:30-9:00am and all campers must be picked up by 5:30pm. Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $150 #219079 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm #219080 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Kid Scientist Age: 7-10yrs. Are you ready to experiment and explore science in the world around us? Your little scientist will participate in experiments and record observations in their very own science notebook! Each day we will explore a different science concept and do experiments to gain a better understanding of how things work in our world. We will learn about how air and water move as well as observe some fun, but safe reactions like a vinegar and baking soda volcano! Get ready for your child to experience this explosion of fun and learning! Campers should bring a snack and water daily.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218109 Jun 18-22 M-F 1:30-4:30pm #218110 Jul 23-27 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Kids Cup Challenge Age: 7-10yrs. Is your camper ready to CHALLENGE themselves and step out of their comfort zone? Campers will work towards different goals every day, taking on new obstacles. Our challengers will have to think outside of the box and push themselves physically, mentally, and creatively as individuals and as part of a team. Daily activiteis will include teambuilding, obstacle courses, various physical and mental activities, artistic challenges, and group initiatives. Campers should dress comfortably each day in clothing that is suitable for exercise and play both indoors and out. Participants should bring a snack and water bottle daily.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218970 Jun 11-15 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Krafty Sports Age: 6-11yrs. Come and join the ‘fandemonium’ as we spend each day learning all components of a chosen sport and completing a sports-themed crafts project. Join us for the full game experience. Camp may include on-site and off-site field trips. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. The program hours for this camp are 8:00am-4:00pm. Early drop-off and late pick-up are NOT available for this camp.

Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $145 #219061 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-4:00pm Laurel Hills Kids Act Up Drama Camp Age: 9-12yrs. Calling all Kings and Queens!! Come join our camp staff as your little actor will learn to perfect their craft. We will help your performer build confidence through character development, role play, improv, staging, miming, and more. This fun and dramatic camp will allow participants to learn teach campers about simple machines and help them build a new one each day. Hardware History Camp will provide campers with a mix of historical concepts alongside the fundamentals of math and science. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Raleigh City Museum – Class Fee: $160 #218518 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218519 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218520 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Indoor Camp Out Age: 7-11yrs. Do you enjoy camping but hate the mosquitos? Do you like s’mores and roasting marshmallows? Join us as we explore all the wonders and magic of camping while remaining bug-free indoors! Learn camp songs, camp games, and even how to pitch a tent in this fun camp! Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217851 Jun 18-22 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Indoor Sports Age: 7-11yrs. Do you love playing sports and being active? Join us as we play a variety of sports and games away from the summer heat. Activities will include indoor hockey, flag football, soccer, and more! Come enjoy a little friendly competition while learning the importance of team work! Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217862 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #217863 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Jewelry Creations Camp Age: 8-13yrs. Campers will learn techniques to make jewelry components from ordinary objects and create finished pieces by combining them with glass beads, cord and wire. They will have the opportunity to make many different pieces to take home and to wear. Material costs for all projects are included in the camp fee.

Lake Lynn Community Center – Class Fee: $125 #217747 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Jewelry Makers Age: 7-11yrs. Become a jewelry designer as you learn the skills to create various types of jewelry. Bring your creativity as we assemble bracelets, necklaces, earrings, keychains, and more out of beads, string, and ordinary objects. Campers will explore many different jewelry-making techniques. By the end of camp, campers will have a new and beautiful collection of jewelry that they fashioned on their own. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217869 Jul 16-20 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Kick It Up – Soccer Age: 6-10yrs. Kick, pass, and score a goal! Campers will work on fundamentals in passing, dribbling, shooting, and defense. Participants will also learn valuable lessons in teamwork and good sportsmanship. A healthy snack will be provided to fuel your athlete physically while daily arts and crafts will be used to feed their creativity. Campers will need an additional snack and lunch as well as a water bottle. Participants will blocking, digging, serving, and other fundamental principles in various drills and game situations. This camp is designed for experienced players to improve on their skills as well as beginners to learn about the game of volleyball. Instructional time is from 9:00am-4:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non- instructional time. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day.

Green Road Community Center – Class Fee: $145 #218553 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-6:00pm Girls In Motion Age: 8-11yrs. Girls in Motion is a fun way to keep your girl active in an all girl environment. This camp will allow participants to try out new and different sports, at an introductory level, while partaking in some of our favorites as well. No experience is necessary in any sports as girls will focus on teambuilding, leadership, confidence, healthy competition, and having fun as individuals and as part of a team. Friendships will be buillt in our ‘Girl World’ at Laurel Hills! Participants should bring a snack and water bottle daily.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218967 Jul 16-20 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Girls Rule Sports Camp – Youth Age: 8-11yrs. Give your daughter the chance to try her hand at a variety of sports in a fast paced friend filled camp. Sports may include soccer, softball, flag football, street hockey, volleyball and basketball! Campers will be introduced to a new sport each day of the week by learning rules and participating in drills to sharpen their skills. No experience needed! In addition, participants will get their creativity flowing through daily art projects and other crafts. Campers should bring two snacks, a lunch and a water bottle daily. Paricipants will be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Program hours are 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop off is available from 8:30-9:00am and all campers must be picked up by 5:30pm. Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $150 #219077 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm GOOOAAALLL!!!

Age: 6-11yrs. This soccer camp will focus on developing soccer skills and building teamwork as well as cultivating positive sportsmanship, healthy habits and self- esteem. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Peach Road – Class Fee: $85 #218183 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm Hardware History Camp Age: 9-12yrs. Hardware History Camp will take youth ages 9-12 back to another time in Raleigh’s history. Each day campers will learn about a different period of Raleigh history through field trips and hands-on LEGO® activities. LEGO® engineers will FUN-damentals Camp continued — Laurel Hills Kids Act Up continued page 20 —

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 20 Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as daily field trips depart as early as 9:00am. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day. Participants should dress for outdoor activities and bring a swimsuit, towel, and close toed water shoes each day. Each week will include a bike day which campers will be expected to bring their own bike to camp. For more information contact the Adventure Program at (919) 996-6855 or adventure. program@raleighnc.gov Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance Class Fee: $250 #218658 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218689 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218690 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218691 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218692 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218693 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218694 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218695 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm O-Line and D-Line Football Skills Camp Age: 11-13. Current and perspective athletes interested in honing their lineman skills on both sides of the ball. Lineman will learn important position specific techniques ranging from basic fundamentals to higher advanced lineman play and methodology. Participants will be able to experience the 7 different positions to enhance their overall lineman skills and ability. The week ends with competitive games and competitions to showcase what they've learned over the course of the week. Participants will be fitted and provided helmets and shoulders pads for safety during competitions and are required to purchase and bring their own mouth guard. To stay in line with current City of Raleigh Athletics policy, the weight limit for this camp is 100-160lb.

Ralph Campbell Community Center Class Fee: $125 #219072 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:30am-1:00pm Ooey Gooey Recycle Art Camp Age: 6-11yrs. If you like to get messy, this camp is for you. Come along as we learn to take what some people call trash and turn it into treasure. The fun may get extremely messy, so please wear appropriate clothes and join us in this trash-to-treasure camp. One or two off-site field trips are included with this camp. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Glen Eden Park – Class Fee: $140 #218965 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm Pacesetters Baseball/Softball Camp Age: 6-11yrs. This baseball/softball camp is for boys and girls of all skill levels and abilities. Its main focus is on individual skill development, fundamentals, and the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship; along with general recreation activities. Participants will take part in a variety of warm-ups, fundamental stations, infield and outfield drills, pitching and swing mechanics, competitions, and group Mini Works Basketball Camp Age: 7-10yrs. The Mini Works Basketball Camp is the place to be if you want to work on the basketball skills essential to your age group so you can enjoy playing the game of basketball more. Dedicate a week of your summer to becoming a better basketball player by working on individual offensive and defensive fundamentals that are essential to the game. Campers will have the opportunity to apply what they learn daily through the use of basketball drills, basketball activities, and situational play (1-on-1 through 5-on- 5). The facility offering this program does not have air conditioned gyms. All other parts of the facility do have air conditioning and are utilized during the day, along with frequent water breaks, to ensure a safe and enjoyable camp experience. Participants should bring a snack daily, as well as a water bottle with their name on it. Early drop off is at 8:00am; no late pick up is available. Curriculum and staffing provided by Networks Basketball, Inc. Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218971 Aug 13-17 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Nature Week At The Creek Age: 6-10yrs. Hey, what’s that sound? It’s the call of the wild! Our camp will provide a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities to homebodies and outdoor enthusiast alike. The camp day will consist of traditional camp activities such as arts and crafts, games and group activities all with a nature theme. Through special guests and hiking experiences campers will learn about local conservation and wildlife. Campers should bring two snacks, a lunch and a water bottle daily. Participants will be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Program hours are 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop off is available from 8:30-9:00am and all campers must be picked up by 5:30pm. Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $200 #219085 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Nature Wonder Explorers Camp Age: 6-11yrs. Explore nature around Optimist. We learn what is around us on different parts of the greenway and inside the park. We will do stories, crafts, trips, swimming, and more. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. The program hours for this camp are 9:00am-3:00pm. Early drop-off and late pick-up are not available for this camp. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #219065 Aug 20 24 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Oak City Adventures – Youth Age: 10-12yrs. Do your kids love being outside all day? Swimming, hiking, playing in the water? Join us as we travel through the City of Raleigh experiencing all the amazing outdoor activities the City of Oaks has to offer. Campers will be on the go all day paddling, climbing, hiking, riding and exploring all over our city each week. Drop off runs from 8:00- 8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00-5:30pm. and build on skills while building friendships and pushing their imagination and creativity. Participants should bring a snack and drink every day.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218111 Aug 6-10 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Laurel Hills Kids Act Up Drama Camp Jr Age: 6-8yrs. Calling all Kings and Queens!! Come join our camp staff as your little actor will learn to perfect their craft. We will help your performer build confidence through character development, role play, improv, staging, miming, and more. This fun and dramatic camp will allow participants to learn and build on skills while building friendships and pushing their imagination and creativity. Participants should bring a snack and drink every day.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #218966 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Little Athletes Sports Camp Age: 9-12yrs. Campers will be exposed to a variety of sports and games. Water day, video games and arts and crafts are just some of the many activities they will enjoy. Campers will learn fundamentals in basketball, soccer, flag football and baseball. Get ready for a week of fun and sports. Campers should bring lunch and two snacks with them daily. Roberts Park Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218854 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218927 Aug 20-24 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Little Dancers II Age: 6-9yrs. Your little dancer will have so much fun learning basic steps in a variety styles of dances. Participants will also enjoy games, free dance, arts and crafts. They end their week with a performance for parents. Program hours for this camp are from 9:00am-12:00pm and does not offer an option for early drop-off or late pick-up. Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $105 #218964 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game with LEGO materials Age: 5-7yrs. Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO materials! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game; roll the dice to mine for resources and use these resources to build special items to help in our adventures! Build a zoo, create a medieval castle, and design a tree house village! This experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors inspired by the popular game Minecraft. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO materials. Curriculum and staffing provided by Play-Well TEKnologies. Engineering instructor!

Brier Creek Community Center – Class Fee: $190 #218925 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm #218926 Aug 6-10 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Laurel Hills Kids Act Up continued from page 18 —

Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 21 Specialty Summer Camps continued next page — learn about the different types of fibers and textiles and how they affect our clothing choices every day. Campers will create a garment using the reverse engineered pattern making process using a woven material. The camp will conclude with a gallery walk of all of the campers’ designs and creations from the week. Upon the conclusion of the camp the campers will understand the design and engineering process in the fashion industry, be able to sketch croqui’s, know the difference in different fibers and textiles and how they were made, as well as complete a garment following the guide sheet independently, and create a simple pattern with or without a sloper. Sewing experience is required for this camp. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $160 #218522 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218523 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Sewing Camp for Beginners Age: 10-14yrs. This sewing camp is offered to those who have little or no experience with machine sewing. Significant time will be spent learning: the basic operation and functions of a sewing machine, how to thread the machine and fill the bobbin, the various hand tools used regularly when machine sewing, and sewing machine safety. In addition, campers will be introduced to patterning: creating a pattern and learning the various markings on a pattern, and how to use them. They will cut out a project from fabric and assemble the pieces to complete an Easy-to-Sew project by week’s end. By the end of this camp, campers will have a basic understanding of operating a sewing machine and the assembly of a simple project or projects; utilizing the skills they have learned. Sewing machines and some supplies will be provided, however, campers will be required to provide their own fabric (specifics will be determined prior to the beginning of camp and notification will be send via email). If you have a portable machine that you would like to use, you may bring it to class. No sewing experience is required. Please note that the sewing portion of this camp will run from 9:00am-1:00pm. There will be extended care offered from 8:30-9:00am and from 1:00-5:30pm. During these times, the campers will do a variety of activities to include arts and crafts, indoor active games, outdoor active games, playing on the playground, and more. Participants in extended care should bring a lunch and two snacks daily.

Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218513 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm #218514 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm #218515 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Halifax Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218516 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm created to take home with them. Campers will need to bring a snack and a drink each day. Hill Street Center – Class Fee: $110 #218096 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:30am-12:45pm Science Exploration Camp Age: 8-11yrs. Campers will explore various disciplines of science, including agricultural and environmental life sciences, biological sciences, engineering and physical sciences. Campers will perform experiments, including building volcanoes and making film-canister rockets, will take part in traditional camp activities, including arts and crafts and games. Campers will visit the Walnut Creek Wetland Center and NC Museum of Natural Sciences. This is a great camp for STEM participants. Camp will begin at 9:00am, and the earliest you can drop off is 8:45am. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Method Road Community Center – Class Fee: $185 #218438 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Sew Fun Age: 10-14yrs. This sewing camp is offered to those who have some knowledge/ experience with the use of a sewing machine. During this camp, campers will accomplish the following: a short review of sewing machine operation and safety and pattern reading, cutting out a project from fabric, assembling the project to completion, and learning new techniques. Various techniques will be discussed, depending on the project, that are a ‘step up’ from the beginner class which may include inserting a zipper, creating a gather, making button holes and attaching buttons with the machine, etc. (not all of these techniques will be covered, but will be determined by the project to be made). By the end of this week, campers will come away with some new techniques in the assembly of an intermediate project utilizing new skills they have learned. Sewing machines will be provided for this camp. If you have a portable machine that you would like to use, you may bring it to class. Some supplies, such as fabric and thread will need to be purchased for this camp. Must have knowledge in the use of a sewing machine. No time will be spent teaching the basic operation of a sewing machine. Those skills are taught in our beginner class. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218517 Aug 20-24 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Sewing – Camp Couture Age: 10-14yrs. Campers will learn the ins and outs of the apparel industry in this week long sewing camp. Campers will start with inspiration for a line of clothing creating a mood board and sketching samples on croqui’s. They will be introduced to several different pattern making processes and make their own pattern for a bag. Campers will sessions. Structured activity hours are 9:00am-5:00pm. Participants must bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Camp staff are supplemented by William Peace University Athletes.

Biltmore Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218686 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:30am-6:00pm Pacesetters Basketball Camp Age: 6-11yrs. This basketball camp is for boys and girls of all skill levels and abilities. Its main focus is on individual skill development, fundamentals, and the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship; along with some general recreation programs. Participants will take part in a variety of warm-ups, fundamental stations, drill work, competitions, group and video sessions. Structured activity hours are 9:00am-5:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Camp staff are supplemented by William Peace University Athletes. Biltmore Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218688 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:30am-6:00pm Raleigh History on the Move! Age: 10-13yrs. Campers will learn about the history of Raleigh, Wake County and North Carolina through field trips and crafts. Field trips include historic sites such as the Executive Mansion, NC History Museum and the State Capitol and more. Participants will be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day, including a great deal of walking. The program includes up to 5 field trips per day. The same field trips and crafts are planned for each week camp is offered. Participants should bring a lunch, water and two snacks each day. Program hours are 9:00am-5:00pm. Drop off is available from 8:45am and all campers must be picked up by 5:00pm.

Mordecai Historic Park – Class Fee: $160 #218558 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218559 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218561 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm #218560 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Red, White, and Blue Age: 4-6yrs. Join us in a patriotic celebration as we celebrate America! Show your patriotic spirit by wearing red, white, and blue each day! We will explore the history of America and celebrate its richness through stories, songs, crafts, and games. This camp will be sure to provide some All-American fun! Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $68 #217868 Jul 2-6 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Science and Engineering Camp Age: 8-10yrs. Do you have a little scientist who likes to explore and learn through science and engineering? At this Science and Engineering Camp your child will learn how things work through fun hands-on experiments. Each day we will explore a different science concept and complete mulitple experiments. By the end of each day your child will have something they have

Youth Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 22 SKATEch – Youth Age: 8-11yrs. SKATech blends the art of skateboarding with technology to provide campers with an exciting and unique experience. Campers will have supervised skateboarding time at the Marsh Creek skatepark. Campers will also have access to portable skatepark elements on a daily basis. Campers will create a digital project highlighting their experiences from the week. We will provide a skateboard, helmet, knee pads and elbow pads. Campers should bring two snacks, a lunch and water bottle daily. Participants will participate in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Program hours are 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop off is available from 8:30-9:00am and all campers must be picked up by 5:30pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non- program time.

Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $200 #219082 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm So You Say You Can Dance Camp Age: 6-11yrs. This camp is for beginner to intermediate campers and will include the performing art of dance with a focus on jazz, lyrical hip hop and modern. Campers will participate in a recital for parents and friends. Camp will include traditional camp activities such as games, arts and crafts and a fun field trip to the American Dance Ensemble. Camp will begin at 9:00am, and the earliest you can drop off is 8:45am. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Method Road Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218437 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Speed, Power and Quickness Youth Age: 6-11yrs. Camp participants will learn about proper running, jumping, and muscle strengthening techniques to improve their overall athletic ability and have a blast doing it. This camp is a great way to prepare for the upcoming sport seasons. Structured activity times are 10:00am-4:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Carolina Pines Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #219057 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Hilburn Academy #219025 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219026 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219029 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219030 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219032 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219034 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219037 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #219074 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Summer Stitching Age: 10-14yrs. Let’s celebrate summer before it’s over by sewing some neat summery projects! During this camp the campers will be making several summer themed projects, to include a terry cloth towel bag, a bathing suit cover up, a picnic/tote bag and other summer vacation items. Each day the campers will focus on a different project. Some supplies for this camp will need to be purchased. Campers must know how to use a sewing machine. No time will be spent teaching the basic operation of a sewing machine. Those skills are taught in our beginner camps. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Pullen Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #218521 Aug 6-10 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Swim and Serve: Best of Millbrook Age: 6-11yrs. Come experience the best that Millbrook Exchange Park has to offer. Swim and Serve will be based out of Millbrook Exchange Community Center and will utilize the other great park amenities. Each day campers will go swimming at the Millbrook Exchange Aquatic Facility. Instructors will be on site to teach basic swimming and help current swimmers further their skills; time will be available for open swim in the main pool and splash pad. Campers will also receive daily lessons at the Millbrook Tennis Center. Campers are required to bring two snacks and lunch daily; it is also encouraged that children bring a reusable water bottle to keep with them throughout the day.

Millbrook Exchange Community Center Class Fee: $125 #218556 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm The Road Less Traveled Age: 6-11yrs. The Road Less Traveled adventure camp will be operated primarily outdoors out of Millbrook Exchange Park. Campers will participate in adventure based activities on-site, as well as the opportunity to venture offsite on field trips to local adventure destinations. Campers are required to bring two snacks and lunch daily; it is also encouraged that children bring a reusable water bottle to keep with them throughout the day.

Millbrook Exchange Community Center Class Fee: $125 #218557 Aug 20-24 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm The Total Package Baseball Camp Age: 6-15yrs. The City of Raleigh PRCR Athletics Division in conjunction with Sports by the Sea is proud to present The Total Package Baseball Camp. All instruction will STEM Challenge with LEGO materials Age: 8-12yrs. Gear up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Apply real- world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as: forklifts, houseboats, mini golf courses, and the London Tower Bridge design. Build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no prerequisites for this course. Curriculum and staffing provided by Play-Well TEKnologies.

Brier Creek Community Center – Class Fee: $190 #218706 Jul 9-13 M-F 1:00-4:00pm #218707 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Stitch and Sew Camp Age: 7-11yrs. Do you have an eye for design and love to create masterpieces? Spend this week-long camp sharpening your creativity and learning new skills! Craft and design pot holders, friendship bracelets, lip gloss, pillows, latch-hook, and so much more! Campers will also participate in camp games and fun workout sessions! This camp will be sure to get your creative juices flowing! Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217864 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Summer Bliss Age: 7-11yrs. Join us for a camp filled with summer fun and excitement! Campers will enjoy arts and crafts, cooking projects, and music. They will also participate in fun team- building games and sports activities. This half- day summer camp is sure to create lasting memories, laughs, and friendships for all. Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $85 #217852 Jul 23-27 M-F 1:00-4:00pm Summer Explorers Camp Age: 6-12yrs. Explore an endless variety of activities at Summer Explorers Camp! Participants will enjoy recreational activities; including arts & crafts, food experiences, sports, games and more! Don’t miss the special events and exciting field trips; including swimming twice per week and many other fun outings. This program is staffed by caring and experienced counselors who have attended 20+ hours of training focused on working with school- aged participants. Program hours are 9:00am-4:30pm. Early drop off is available at 7:30am, and all campers must be picked up by 6:00pm. Activities will take place both indoors and outdoors. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Camp fees will be prorated to $128 for the week of July 2-6. Class Fee: $160 Ravenscroft #218393 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218394 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218397 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218398 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218401 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218403 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218405 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218406 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218408 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Specialty Summer Camps continued —

Youth Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 23 7:30am, and participants must be picked up by 6:00pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational activities during non- instructional time. Campers should bring two snacks and a lunch daily. Barwell Road Community Center – Class Fee: $120 #219069 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Water in the Works Age: 7-11yrs. What is summer without a little water fun? Who will be the last team standing after a week of activities? Campers will team up to complete relay races, contests and obstacle courses. Join us for a wet and wild time.

Greystone Community Center – Class Fee: $68 #217855 Jul 2-6 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Week of Wonder PLUS Age: 6-11yrs. Come join us for a summer camp filled with fun and excitement. Participants will take part in activities such as arts and crafts, games, sports activities and other exciting events. On-site and off-site field trips are included throughout the week. Structured activities for the camp will be during the hours of 9:00am-5:00pm. Early drop-off is at 7:30am, and latest pick-up is 6:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $125 #219060 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Wonderful Weather Camp Age: 7-12yrs. Have you ever wanted to know how hurricanes or tornadoes are formed? Do you know how the weather affects our environment? This youth camp will provide hands-on experience learning about many aspects of weather; including forecasting, environmental modeling and measurements. In addition, participants will engage in quality recreational activities. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Structured activities will be from 9:00am-4:30pm.

Sgt. Courtney T. Johnson Center – Class Fee: $75 #219064 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Young Artist Creations Age: 8-12yrs. Campers will create different 2D and 3D artwork using painting, collage and sculpture techniques. They will have an opportunity to incorporate found objects from nature and will recycle or repurpose other objects in their creations. Material costs are included in the camp fee, although campers may be asked to bring a T-shirt or other personal item to use. Lake Lynn Community Center – Class Fee: $125 #217750 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm aspects of life. The diverse teaching methods used will expand beyond skills/fundamentals to other areas such as healthy living, stretching techniques and proper nutrition. Curriculum and staff are provided by Sports By the Sea. Participants should bring a snack and two drinks each day.

Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $70 #218562 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $70 #218617 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm The Total Package Ultimate Frisbee Camp Age: 6-15yrs. The City of Raleigh PRCR Athletics Division in conjunction with Sports by the Sea is proud to present The Total Package Ultimate Frisbee Camp. All instruction will be led by former professional and collegiate athletes along with award- winning youth sports clinicians. This camp promises the passion and enthusiasm to inspire kids to do their very best in the game but more importantly in all aspects of life. The diverse teaching methods used will expand beyond skills/fundamentals to other areas such as healthy living, stretching techniques and proper nutrition. Curriculum and staff are provided by Sports By the Sea. Participants should bring a snack and two drinks each day.

Optimist Community Center – Class Fee: $70 #218639 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm The Works Basketball Camp Age: 11-13yrs. The Works Basketball Camp is the place to be if you want to learn and improve your basketball skills so you can enjoy playing the game more. This drill based camp will dedicate your week to becoming a better basketball player by working on individual offensive and defensive fundamentals that are essential to the game. Campers will have the opportunity to apply what they learn daily through the use of basketball drills, basketball activities, and situational play. It will be all basketball all the time! The facility offering this program does not have air conditioned gyms. All other parts of the facility do have air conditioning and are utilized during the day, along with frequent water breaks, to ensure a safe and enjoyable camp experience. Curriculum and staff are provided by Networks Basketball Inc. Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218973 Aug 13-17 M-F 1:30-4:30pm Track and Field Training Camp Age: 7-14yrs. Campers will learn how to participate in running events at a track meet. Sprinters and distance runners will receive training to improve or enhance their running styles. Campers will learn basic strength and conditioning exercises through recreational activities in a fun and competitive manner. The experience will allow campers to engage in track and field events with the knowledge and self-confidence to excel. Instructional time is from 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop-off starts be led by former professional and collegiate athletes along with award-winning youth sports clinicians. This camp promises the passion and enthusiasm to inspire kids to do their very best in the game but more importantly in all aspects of life. The diverse teaching methods used will expand beyond skills/fundamentals to other areas such as healthy living, stretching techniques and proper nutrition. Curriculum and staff are provided by Sports By the Sea. Participants should bring a snack and two drinks each day.

Lake Lynn Community Center – Class Fee: $70 #218618 Jun 18-22 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm #218636 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm The Total Package Basketball Camp Age: 6-15yrs. The City of Raleigh PRCR Athletics Division in conjunction with Sports by the Sea is proud to present The Total Package Basketball Camp. All instruction will be led by former professional and collegiate athletes along with award-winning youth sports clinicians. This camp promises the passion and enthusiasm to inspire kids to do their very best in the game but more importantly in all aspects of life. The diverse teaching methods used will expand beyond skills/fundamentals to other areas such as healthy living, stretching techniques and proper nutrition. Curriculum and staff are provided by Sports By the Sea. Participants should bring two snacks, a lunch and two drinks each day.

Barwell Road Community Center – Class Fee: $135 #218638 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm The Total Package Cheerleading Camp Age: 6-15yrs. The City of Raleigh PRCR Athletics Division in conjunction with Sports by the Sea is proud to present The Total Package Cheer Camp. All instruction will be led by former professional and collegiate athletes along with award-winning youth sports clinicians. This camp promises the passion and enthusiasm to inspire kids to do their very best in the game but more importantly in all aspects of life. The diverse teaching methods used will expand beyond skills/fundamentals to other areas such as healthy living, stretching techniques and proper nutrition. Curriculum and staff are provided by Sports By the Sea. Participants should bring a snack and two drinks each day.

Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $70 #218637 Jun 11-15 M-F 9:00am-12:30pm The Total Package Flag Football Camp Age: 6-15yrs. The City of Raleigh PRCR Athletics Division in conjunction with Sports by the Sea is proud to present The Total Package Flag Football Camp. All instruction will be led by former professional and collegiate athletes along with award-winning youth sports clinicians. This camp promises the passion and enthusiasm to inspire kids to do their very best in the game but more importantly in all

Oak City Adventures Discover the outdoors here in Raleigh. Swim, hike, paddle, bike, and explore all of our lakes, rivers, creeks, parks and trails. Oak City Adventures are a series of outdoor based summer camps for kids and teens from 10 to 15 years old.

Teen Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 25 Traditional Summer Camps Teen X-Treme Age: 12-14yrs. Teen X-treme is a high quality summer camp program specifically designed for teens ages 12-14. This program leads teens through a broad curriculum of socially interactive experiences that includes arts and craft, field trips, indoor/outdoor recreational games, character and leadership, and other fun activities. Field trips will include two off site trips and one pool trip. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks daily. Peach Road Community Center and Eastgate Park will have a strong concentration of outdoor activities. The week of July 2-6 will be prorated to $40 for $50 a week sites and $80 for $100 a week sites.

Biltmore Hills – Class Fee: $50 #218579 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218580 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218581 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218582 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218583 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218584 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218585 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218586 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218587 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Eastgate Park – Class Fee: $100 #218603 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218605 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218563 Jul 25-31 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218608 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218609 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218610 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218611 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218614 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218564 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Marsh Creek – Class Fee: $100 #218604 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218606 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218578 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218565 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218566 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218567 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218568 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218613 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218615 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Peach Road – Class Fee: $50 #218588 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218607 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218589 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218602 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218590 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218591 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218592 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218601 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218593 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Saint Monica Teen Center – Class Fee: $50 #218594 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218595 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218599 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218600 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218596 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218597 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218598 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218612 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218616 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Abbotts Creek – Class Fee: $100 #218569 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218570 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218571 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218572 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218573 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218574 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218577 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218575 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm #218576 Aug 6-10 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Specialty Summer Camps All-Access Sports Age: 12-14yrs. This is your all-access pass to the sports management industry, with behind-the-scenes tours of various sports complexes around the area. Past tours have included local college facilities, the PNC Arena, Charlotte Motor Speedway and Bank of America Stadium. Friendly sports competitions will take place throughout the week! Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218155 Jul 16-20 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Campus Cruisin’ Age: 14-17yrs. This college and self- exploration program is designed to help students gain greater awareness of institutions of higher education in North Carolina. The program offers personal interest surveys, tips for enhancing your resume, both guided and self-guided campus tours to many of North Carolina’s private and public campuses, including technical schools. This is a great chance for students to develop new friendships and experience a college atmosphere while finding a school that will prepare them for a future career! Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218158 Jul 23-27 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Counselor In Training Camp Age: 14-16yrs. Participants will receive information, training and experiences to prepare them for positions as junior counselors and counselors in various youth-serving organizations. Team-building, role-playing and hands-on application will highlight a week of fun and personal growth. A higher level of maturity is a must for participants. Participants who successfully complete the week’s camp activities will be required to volunteer with one of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department’s summer camps for two additional weeks (40 hours) to successfully complete the program. New in 2018 – Teens will need to apply by February 28, 2018 to be selected for this program. For more information on the application process please call the Teen Program at 919-996-2139. Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218161 Jun 11-15 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm CSI Forensics Age: 12-15yrs. Who done it? Campers will investigate a mock crime scene, finding clues through scavenger hunts, fun activities and discussions. They will use experimentation and forensic technology to explore, gather and analyze evidence to solve the mystery of the week. Campers will participate in a mock trial, acting as lawyers, judge and jury. The N.C. State Crime Laboratory as well as defense and prosecuting attorneys will make presentations, and campers will take a field trip to Wake Tech Public Safety Training Center, Wake County Courthouse, Wake County CCBI Center and Raleigh Police District 26 Station. All campers will receive Having never participated in a Raleigh camp before, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the program. You offered activities that my son truly enjoyed the entire time. — Parent of 2017 Summer Camp participant Teen CSI Forensics continued next page —

Teen Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 26 a t-shirt and all the tools for solving crimes. This educational camp will also include some traditional camp activities. Camp will begin at 9:00am, and the earliest you can drop off is 8:45a.m. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Powell Drive Park – Class Fee: $185 #218440 Jul 23-27 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Dance It Out! Age: 12-14yrs. Participants in this camp will explore different forms of dance that include; stepping, jazz, hip hop and contemporary. Campers will take field trips to dance studios and learn dance routines and see dance demonstrations. Participants will also explore rhythm by learning the elements of percussion. At the end of the week campers will perform what they have learned for their family and friends. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and water bottle each day. Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218160 Jun 25-29 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Girls in Motion All Day Age: 12-14yrs. Girls in Motion is a fun way to keep your girl active in an all girl environment. This camp will allow participants to try out new and different sports, at an introductory level, while partaking in some of our favorites as well. No experience is necessary in any sports as girls will focus on teambuilding, leadership, confidence, healthy competition, and having fun as individuals and as part of a team. Friendships will be buillt in our ‘Girl World’ at Laurel Hills! Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and water bottle each day. Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $145 #218969 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Girls Inc. Coding Camp Age: 10-13yrs. This basic introduction camp is designed to help girls imagine, build and create through coding. Introduction to computer science while working in teams to research ideas, build websites and applications, and exposure to software devolopment process. A field trip to the SAS campus to work with a team of tech savies is included. Camp will begin at 9:00am, and the earliest you can drop off is 8:45am. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks daily.

Method Road Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218439 Jul 9-13 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Girls Rule Sports Camp – Teen Age: 12-14yrs. Give your daughter the chance to try her hand at a variety of sports in a fast paced friend filled camp. Sports may include soccer, softball, flag football, street hockey, volleyball and basketball! Campers will be introduced to a new sport each day of the week by learning rules and participating in drills to sharpen their skills. No experience needed! In addition, participants will get their creativity flowing through daily art projects and other crafts. Campers should bring two snacks, a lunch and a water bottle daily. Paricipants will be involved in indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day. Program hours are 9:00am-4:00pm. Early drop off is available from 8:30-9:00am and all campers must be picked up by 5:30pm. Marsh Creek Park – Class Fee: $150 #219078 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Night Works Basketball Camp Age: 14-17yrs. The Works Basketball Camp is the place to be if you want to learn and improve your basketball skills so you can enjoy playing the game more. This drill based camp will dedicate your week to becoming a better basketball player by working on individual offensive and defensive fundamentals that are essential to the game. Campers will have the opportunity to apply what they learn daily through the use of basketball drills, basketball activities, and situational play. It will be all basketball all the time! The facility offering this program does not have air conditioned gyms. All other parts of the facility do have air conditioning and are utilized during the day, along with frequent water breaks, to ensure a safe and enjoyable camp experience. Camp staff is NetWorks Basketball, Inc. Participants should bring a water bottle each day.

Laurel Hills Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #218974 Aug 13-17 M-F 6:00-9:00pm Oak City Adventures – Bike Week Age: 13-15yrs. Over the years, the City of Oaks has slowly turned into the ‘City of Trails’. There are litterally hundreds of miles of biking trails all over our city, some paved, some gravel, some bumpy, some smooth. We will spend each day exploring these different trails all over the city. From riding around the neighborhood to flowing through single track mountain bike trails, we’ve got it all. Drop off runs from 8:00am-8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00-5:30pm. Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as we depart daily at 8:30am. On Thursday we will drive out of town for an overnight camping experience and be returning for normal pick up time on Friday. Participants bike daily and this is one of our most physically challenging camps. Campers must supply their own bike. Campers should also bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day. For more information, please contact the Adventure Program (919) 996-6855 or adventure.program@raleighnc.gov. Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance #218705 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm Oak City Adventures – Boat Week Age: 13-15yrs. Summer is hot! Come jump in a boat and splash around with Oak City Adventures – Boat Week. Join a small group of teens in exploring our local lakes and rivers, learn paddling skills, and spend a whole week adventuring on the water. Drop off runs from 8:00-8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00-5:30pm. Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as we depart daily at 8:30am. On Thursday we will drive out of town for an expedition style camping experience and be returning at normal pick up time on Friday. Participants should dress for outdoor activities and bring a swimsuit, towel, and close toed water shoes each day. For more information, please contact the Adventure Program (919) 996-6855 or adventure.program@raleighnc.gov Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance Class Fee: $350 #218703 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm Oak City Adventures – Girls Week Age: 13-15yrs. Does your daughter love being outside? This is the camp for her! Oak City Adventures – Girls Week is a girls specific camp that travels through the City of Raleigh experiencing all the amazing outdoor activities the City of Oaks has to offer. Come paddle, climb, hike, ride and explore in a fun, encouraging environment. Drop off runs from 8:00-8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00-5:30pm. Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as we depart daily at 8:30am. On Thursday we will drive out of town for an overnight camping experience and be back for normal pick up time on Friday. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day. Participants should dress for outdoor activities and bring a swimsuit, towel, and close toed water shoes each day. Camp will include a bike day which campers will be expected to bring their own bike to camp. For more information, please contact the Adventure Program (919) 996-6855 or adventure.progam@raleighnc.gov. Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance Class Fee: $310 #218702 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm CSI Forensics continued —

Teen Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 27 Speed, Power, and Quickness Teen Age: 12-16yrs. Great athletes know that it is better to stay ready, rather than having to get ready. So don’t let your summer vacation set you back athleticly. Join us at the Speed, Power, and Quickness Camp where participants will learn proper techniques to improve their overall athletic ability and have a blast doing it. This camp is a great way to stay ready for the upcoming sports seasons. Structured activity times are 10:00am-4:00pm. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Carolina Pines Community Center – Class Fee: $150 #219066 Jun 25-29 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Spike Camp Age: 12-16yrs. This volleyball class focuses on the fundamentals: passing, setting, serving and spiking. Boys and girls will also work on digs, diving, and offensive and defensive game strategies. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day. Structured activities are from 9:00am-4:30pm.

Carolina Pines Community Center – Class Fee: $100 #219017 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm #219019 Aug 20-24 M-F 8:30am-5:30pm Oak City Adventures – Teen Age: 13-15yrs. Do you love the great outdoors, but don’t always get out to the mountains or beach as often as you’d like? Get outside and enjoy the summer with Oak City Adventures. Join a small group of teens in traveling throughout Raleigh experiencing all the amazing outdoor activities the City of Oaks has to offer. We will be on the go all day paddling, climbing, hiking, riding and exploring all over our city each week. Drop off runs from 8:00am-8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00-5:30pm. Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as daily field trips depart as early as 9:00am. Participants should bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day. Participants should dress for outdoor activities and bring a swimsuit, towel, and close toed water shoes each day. Each week will include a bike day which campers will be expected to bring their own bike to camp. For more information, please contact the Adventure Program at (919) 996-6855 or adventure. program@raleighnc.gov.

Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance Class Fee: $250 #218696 Jun 11-15 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218697 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218698 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm #218699 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm Oak City Adventures – Rock Week Age: 13-15yrs. Are looking for a camp with a little bit of a higher challenge? Do you love rocks, ropes and all things off the ground? Oak City Adventures - Rock Week teaches campers about climbing and the safety and teambuilding skills necessary to have a gravity defying adventure. Drop off runs from 8:00-8:30am, pick up runs from 5:00- 5:30pm. Please be sure your camper is on time to camp as we depart daily at 8:30am. On Thursday we will drive out of town for an outdoor climbing and overnight camping experience. We will be returning for normal pick up time on Friday afternoon. Campers should also bring a lunch, two snacks and a reusable water bottle each day. For more information, please contact the Adventure Program (919) 996-6855 or adventure. program@raleighnc.gov.

Durant Nature Preserve – South Entrance Class Fee: $340 #218700 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:30pm Counselor in Training For more information and to download the application visit Apply by February 28, 2018 Interview with staff, only 24 participants will be chosen! Pay the program fee, $175 for Raleigh Residents Complete the training program June 11-15, 2018 Volunteer at a camp for a week between June 18-August 24 Teens can apply to the Counselor in Training program to learn how to be successful leaders and prepare for the role of future camp counselor!

raleighnc.gov keyword search: Counselor in Training or call the Teen Program office at 919-996-2139 Participants must be 14-16 years old by the start of camp to participate in this program. Specialty Summer Camps continued next page —

Teen Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 28 Youth Fire Academy Camp Age: 11-14yrs. Led by City of Raleigh firefighters, participants will visit local fire stations to learn about firefighting and see just how tough the job can be. Classroom and physical fitness challenge activities will include first aid, fire behavior, fire inspections and code enforcement, fire prevention, investigations, thermal imaging demos and more. Take this amazing opportunity to handle the tools and equipment used by actual firefighters and see if you have what it takes! Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218159 Jul 9-13 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Video Gaming 4 Teens Age: 12-14yrs. Video Gamers, grab your controllers—this camp is for you! Participants will play against each other in various games, leading to tournament play throughout the week. Traditional camp games, arts and crafts and a trip to the pool once are included. The ‘Roll On Up Gaming’ game truck will be here with the latest and hottest games and consoles for your enjoyment. So come on out and let’s see if you can play your way to the top of the leaderboard! Campers are allowed to bring their own games to share or devices to play games. However, all games must be rated E for Everyone or E+10. City of Raleigh and its employees will not be responsible for damaged or lost items. Camp will begin at 9:00am, and the earliest you can drop off is 8:45am. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Method Road Community Center – Class Fee: $140 #218436 Jul 16-20 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Teen Corps Camp Age: 14-17yrs. Attention teens! Need to fill some community service requirements for high school? Teen Corps will provide an opportunity to serve the community while you have fun and develop as a leader. The beginning of the week will focus on team building and leadership development to prepare for the service ahead. Service opportunities will be both fun and challenging. There will be a special reward at the end of the week to celebrate the experience. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

Lions Park Community Center – Class Fee: $175 #218163 Jun 18-22 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Teen X-Scape Age: 12-15yrs. Teen X-Scape provides a daily off-site field trip along with a structured recreation program designed for teens while promoting social interaction. Participants will engage in recreational games, team building, arts and crafts and other fun activities in both indoor and outdoor settings. Computer time will be offered in addition to the other activities. Participants should bring a lunch and two snacks each day.

St. Monica Teen Center – Class Fee: $125 #219075 Aug 13-17 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm Specialty Summer Camps continued —

Specialized Recreation Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 29 The following camps are community-based recreation programs specifically designed to provide recreation and leisure opportunities for individuals with disabilities in a camp environment that is safe, fun, allows independence, and enhances quality of life. Camp fees will be pro-rated to $120 for all camp session during the week of July 3rd-7th. All participants should bring a lunch, 2 snacks, a water bottle and a change of clothes daily. Registration for Camp Friendly and Camp Exploration will close on April 30, 2018. Once registered, families will receive additional information and forms to complete.

Once the camper’s forms are received, the Camp Supervisor will review your camper’s information and schedule a follow up interview. For campers who attended the same camp in 2017, a phone interview will be scheduled. For campers who are new to the specific camp program in 2018 a live interview with the camper and parent/guardian will be scheduled. This is part of the registration process to ensure that your camper is registered in the appropriate session so they can be the most successful at camp this summer. This interview not only allows us to get to know the camper better but to also provide a forum where we can answer any of your more specific questions that you may have. If at this interview, or up to two weeks before your camper attends camp, it is determined that Camp Friendly/Exploration is not suitable for your camper, we will grant a full refund for the weeks in which they are registered.

All camper forms must be received by June 1, 2018, and interviews must occur at least 2 weeks before your camper’s first day of camp. Any paperwork not received or interviews not completed by the appropriate deadline will forfeit the camper’s space at camp, at which time a full refund will be given. Please visit our website at www.raleighnc.gov and search “Specialized Recreation and Inclusion Services.” Navigate to the Summer Camps tab for more detailed and outlined information. If you would like to speak with us further before beginning the registration process please contact Specialized Recreation at 919-996-2147 and we will happily answer any questions you may have regarding the camp programs and registration process. Thank you so much for providing a safe and fun camp for my son with special needs. There are so few places where he can go and truly be understood. Thank you!

— Parent of 2017 Summer Camp participant Specialized Recreation Camp Friendly Day Session Age: 6-15yrs. The Day Session is for campers with disabilities who can engage in a small group setting (approximately 6-8 campers with 2-3 staff). Activities include games, nature, music and movement, arts and crafts and field trips. Behavior: staff will provide positive behavior support, redirection, preferred activities, and use behavior support strategies provided by families. Campers are expected to exhibit appropriate camp behavior, without presenting a safety concern to themselves, other campers or staff. Feeding: staff will provide verbal and visual prompting, reminders, assist with placement of food, break up food into small pieces, open containers for the camper. Campers should be able to physically feed themselves. Participation: staff will engage campers through multiple means of instruction, sensory engagement, supported transitions, and program modifications. Campers are expected to stay with their group, follow given/modeled direction, and demonstrate engagement during camp activities, during transitions, and in the community on field trips. Toileting and Personal Care: staff will provide verbal and visual prompting, assist camper with pull-up/diaper and/or clothing. Campers should be able to clean/wipe themselves with minimal assistance from staff. Fee: $150 Carolina Pines Community Center #218492 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218493 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218471 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218488 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218501 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218497 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218489 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218510 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218483 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Friendly Day Session continued next page —

Specialized Recreation Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 30 open containers for the camper. Campers should be able to physically feed themselves. Participation: staff will engage campers through multiple means of instruction, sensory egagement, supported transitions, and program modifications. Campers are expected to stay with their group, follow given/modeled direction, and demonstrate engagement during camp activities, during transitions, and in the community on field trips. Toileting & Personal Care: staff will provide verbal and visual prompting and provide occasional assistance with pulling up and/or changing clothing. Campers should be able to clean/wipe themselves independently or with prompting from staff. Marsh Creek Community Center – Fee: $150 #218441 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218442 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218443 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218444 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218445 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218446 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218447 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218448 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218449 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Exploration Personal Assistant Session Age: 16-21yrs. The Personal Assistant Session is for campers needing more support for behavior, feeding, mobility, participation or personal care & toileting. Families must provide their own personal assistant and register for the Personal Assistant Session. Campers will be included with other Day and Mini session campers in small groups, while the Personal Assistant remains with the camper & group throughout the camp day. Activities include games, nature, music and movement, arts and crafts and weekly field trips. Camp hours of operation are 8:00am-5:00pm with a curriculum day of 9:00am-4:00pm. The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department Personal Assistant Policy requires paperwork to be submitted from both the service provider and the parent/ guardian of the participant for approval. These forms must be submitted no less than 2 weeks prior to the Personal Assistant attending camp. Forms not submitted by the appropriate deadline will not be processed in time and the Personal Assistant may not be authorized to attend camp. Fee: $150 Marsh Creek Community Center #218535 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218536 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218537 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218538 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219539 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219540 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219541 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219542 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219543 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Friendly Personal Assistant Session Age: 6-15yrs. The Personal Assistant Session is for campers needing more support for behavior, feeding, mobility, participation or personal care and toileting. Families must provide their own personal assistant and register for the Personal Assistant Session. Campers will be included with other Day and Mini session campers in small groups, while the Personal Assistant remains with the camper and group throughout the camp day. Activities include games, nature, music and movement, arts and crafts and field trips. The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department Personal Assistant Policy requires paperwork to be submitted from both the service provider and the parent/ guardian of the participant for approval. These forms must be submitted no less than 2 weeks prior to the Personal Assistant attending camp. Forms not submitted by the appropriate deadline will not be processed in time and the Personal Assistant may not be authorized to attend camp. Fee: $150 Carolina Pines Community Center #219002 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219003 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219004 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219005 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219006 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219009 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219011 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219015 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219021 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Durant Nature Preserve – Training Lodge #219038 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219039 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219043 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219045 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219046 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219047 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219049 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219050 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #219052 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Exploration Day Session Age: 16-21yrs. The Day Session is for campers who can engage appropriately in a small group setting (approximately 6-8 campers with 2-3 staff). Campers are expected to follow basic rules of safety and interaction, be independent with toileting, feeding and personal care needs, and easily understand and follow directions. Staff will provide the following support in regards to these areas: Behavior: staff will provide positive behavior support, redirection, preferred activities, and use behavior support strategies provided by families. Campers are expected to exhibit appropriate camp behavior, without presenting a safety concern to themselves, other campers or staff. Feeding: staff will provide verbal and visual prompting, reminders, assist with placement of food, break up food into small pieces, Durant Nature Preserve – Training Lodge #218491 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218496 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218484 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218498 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218499 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218500 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218509 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218506 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm #218507 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm Camp Friendly Mini Session Age: 6-15yrs. Mini sessions are appropriate for campers with disabilities who need more individualized assistance. Campers are included in a small group environment with other Day and PA Session Campers. An additional counselor is available to the group for each mini camper. Counselors are not able to provide individualized camp curriculum, or be pulled away from the group for an extended time. Behavior: staff will provide positive behavior support, redirection, preferred activities, and use behavior support strategies provided by families. Campers are expected to exhibit appropriate camp behavior, without presenting a safety concern to themselves, other campers or staff. Unsafe behaviors may include but are not limited to: biting, hitting, kicking, pinching, running, spitting, etc. Feeding: staff will assist with feeding campers, using hand over hand support, according to directions provided by the family. Participation: staff will engage campers through multiple means of instruction, sensory engagement, supported transitions, and program modifications utilizing strategies provided by families. Campers are expected to stay within their small group area and exhibit moderate engagement with other campers and staff, transition safely with the group, and stay with the group on community on field trips. Toileting and Personal Care: staff will provide pull-up/diaper and/or clothing changes to support the camper. Campers should be able to assist with transferring their own weight. Fee: $150 Carolina Pines Community Center #218975 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218978 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218979 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00-5:00pm #218981 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218984 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218987 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218988 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218989 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218990 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00-5:00pm Durant Nature Preserve – Training Lodge #218991 Jun 18-22 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218993 Jun 25-29 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218994 Jul 2-6 M-T,Th-F 8:00-5:00pm #218995 Jul 9-13 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218997 Jul 16-20 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218998 Jul 23-27 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #218999 Jul 30-Aug 3 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #219000 Aug 6-10 M-F 8:00-5:00pm #219001 Aug 13-17 M-F 8:00-5:00pm Camp Friendly Day Session continued —

Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 32 2018 Camp Policies Age Verification The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department strives to provide age appropriate curriculum and programming for all recreation services delivered. To meet this goal, the age of the participant, as of the cut-off date for the program, is required at the time of registration to appropriately place the participant in our programs. The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department reserves the right to request that the parent/guardian provide a legal document (i.e. birth certificate) verifying the age of the participant, as of August 31st of this year that was denoted on the registration form. If legal documentation is requested and not provided within 24 hours, the program supervisor may offer the parent/guardian a transfer to an age appropriate program if available or dismiss the participant from the program. The parent/guardian will be responsible for any difference in fee if a transfer occurs. No refund will be given if the participant is dismissed from the program.

Babysitting Any babysitting arrangements with present or former staff of the Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department are separate and independent from any Departmental program. These arrangements must be based on the independent responsibility and judgment of the parent/guardian. The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department shall not be responsible for any claims or liability in connection with such babysitting activities. Behavior Management We utilize and encourage the practice of praise and positive reinforcement as effective methods of behavior management. We believe that when participants receive positive and understanding interactions, they can develop good self-concept, problem-solving abilities, and self-discipline. Our programs will create an environment that encourages positive choices through understanding participant’s basic needs and explaining program expectations.

The City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department supports and practices the following Behavior Management practices: • Monitoring – Noticing program environment-daily check-in with participants-active participation with participants and proper staff placement. • Positive Reinforcement – providing participants a positive program environment. • Redirection – stop the undesired behavior and redirect participant to make the positive choice. • Time Out – Provide an opportunity for discussion between staff and the participant by asking questions about the behavior.

When positive choices are not made by the participants, the following procedures will be followed: 1. Initially, participants will be given a quiet reprimand/ verbal warning. 2. If behavior persists after verbal warning, a Behavior Action Plan will be implemented to identify specific behaviors and work with the participant and parent/guardian to develop appropriate behavior management solutions. 3. If behavior problems continue after implementation of the Behavior Action Plan, a first Behavior Incident Report will be presented to the parent/guardian. 4. Additional behavior problems will constitute a second Behavior Incident Report presented to the parent/guardian and a possible two (2) full-day suspension from the program may occur. (No refunds will be given for the days suspended). The parent/guardian may be requested to pick up the participant within an hour of the initial contact to the parent/guardian. If a parent/guardian does not pick up the participant within an hour, a late fee may be charged. 5. If a behavior problem persists, a third Behavior Incident Report will be presented and the participant may be asked to leave the program. A two (2) full day suspension will be issued to the participant while the behavior incident reports are being reviewed.

6. For severe offenses, such as but not limited to: fighting/ hitting, theft, vandalism, bullying in program or through social media, possession of weapons or drugs, severe verbal threats, sexual misconduct, leaving the program/ building without proper dismissal, or any other safety related behavior, the participant may be suspended or dismissed from the program immediately. 7. Participants will not be disciplined in camp for behavior that occurred outside of camp hours, even at parental requests. 8. Participation in camp activities during program hours is required.

Confidentiality Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department staff will not discuss confidential matters or personal information with anyone outside of the Department or with unauthorized individuals. All participants are encouraged to respect the confidentiality of other participants by not disclosing personal information with social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. Departmental staff are not permitted to share personal information or pictures about any participants or staff with social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat etc. or discuss any personal information about participants outside of the workplace.

Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 33 Illness/Injury continued next page — 2018 Camp Policies Dress Code Participants should wear cool, comfortable clothing and athletic shoes in order to participate in recreational or athletic activities each day. Due to active play, swimsuits should provide full coverage, such as one piece bathing suits or board shorts/ shirts. If appropriate attire is not worn, therefore preventing participation, the parent/guardian may be asked to bring appropriate clothing or will be required to pick up the participant. Certain programs may have additional clothing requirements. Unacceptable attire: sandals or flip-flops; shirts with spaghetti straps; clothing that displays drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexual, religious, or gang references; bikinis or speedo briefs; excessively loose pants or shirts; revealing clothing; jewelry; Crocs™. Certain camps may allow exceptions to this list. Electronic Devices/Items From Home No electronic devices are allowed (examples: cell phones, MP3 players, gaming devices, etc.) unless accommodations have been made for the participant through an Inclusion Plan. Staff reserves the right to confiscate electronic devices if issues arise. Participants may have the opportunity to bring in items (toys, books, etc.) from home. If you choose to allow your participant to bring in items from home the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department does not assume any responsibility for lost, stolen, broken or confiscated items. Departmental staff reserves the right to confiscate any item that is not appropriate or may be used in an inappropriate manner while in our program.

Items that are not appropriate include, but are not limited to: • Any type of weapon (toy guns, knives, swords, including anything that can be used to approximate a weapon by the participant). • Any item that can be used to harass or intimidate another participant. • Any item that causes disruption to scheduled activities. Confiscated items will be returned to the parent/guardian at the end of the day. Field Trips Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources will transport participants offsite in vehicles provided by or contracted by the City of Raleigh. If a program participant arrives at the program after the scheduled departure for a field trip, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to either: • Transport the participant to the field trip location and sign-in the participant with a City of Raleigh program staff member at the field trip site, or; • Transport the participant to the program site once the program returns from the field trip location and sign-in. Buses will leave the program location at the advertised scheduled time and will not be delayed to wait for participants to arrive to the program site.

Participants cannot be left at the program location without program staff present. Refunds will not be awarded if participant misses a field trip. The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department does not accept responsibility for a program participant until they are signed in with program staff. If a parent/guardian needs to pick up a participant while on a field trip, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to pick up the participant at the field trip location. Confirmation of the early release is required prior to participant being released. Food • Parent/Guardians should review camp descriptions for lunch, snack and drink requirements. Refrigerators and microwaves are not available for campers to use.

• Participants are not allowed to share lunches or snacks. • Vending machines will not be available for purchasing drinks or snacks during program hours. • Any food brought into any program to be served to all participants must be store bought with labeled ingredient information. Due to allergy concerns, homemade food items will not be accepted into our programs to be served to participants. • Parent/Guardians should notify camp staff of a child’s food allergies or dietary restrictions and discuss possible accommodations.

Illness/Injury Any participant should remain home from all programs if they have had any of the following in the past twenty-four (24) hours: • Fever (100 degrees or higher without fever reducing medication), diarrhea, vomiting, sore throat, undiagnosed rash, chicken pox, pink eye, ring worm, head lice, or any other potentially contagious condition. • Physical injury that does not allow the participant to safely participate in program activities. • If a participant demonstrates any of the above while at the program, the parent/guardian will have one hour to pick up the participant from the program location. • If the participant becomes sick while at the program, he/ she will be separated from the other participants while

Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 34 2018 Camp Policies the parent/guardian is called to come and pick them up. After 24 hours, if the participant is symptom free or written documentation has been received from a doctor stating the participant is not contagious or can safely participate, they may return to the program. If you suspect that your participant has a contagious condition that may be spread to others, please notify your program director as soon as possible. Please do not bring the participant back to the program until the program director has been contacted. The above criteria apply to all participants, as well as those with Inclusion Plans or other accommodations. Inclusion Services Inclusion Services supports access to typical programs by offering reasonable and appropriate resources to participants with disabilities or medical conditions who register for those programs. Resources may include but are not limited to: gathering participant-specific information from parent/guardian/ service provider; providing supportive materials; providing program or site-specific training; and/or providing additional staffing for the program. Participants who indicate a disability or medical condition AND request an accommodation will be contacted by Inclusion Services for follow-up. Additional forms may be requested for Inclusion Services to better understand the participant’s needs. Participants who indicate a disability or medical condition and do NOT request an accommodation will NOT be contacted by Inclusion Services. Participants requiring a more intensive level of support may consider having their own personal assistant attend the program. (Assistants, volunteers, therapists, or other providers are required to complete a background check and information forms before attending the program).

To ensure that adequate resources are in place for the participant, registration should be received at least two weeks prior to the start date of the program. Please contact Inclusion Services at 919-996-2147 for more information or to request an accommodation Late Pick-up Participants that are picked up after the closing time of the program will be charged a late fee. The fee is as follows: Once the parent/guardian is up to ten minutes late a $5 fee will be charged per family. An additional $1 per family will be added for every minute past ten minutes late. Payment is due at the time of late 2018 Camp Policies – Illness/Injury continued —

Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 35 2018 Policies continued next page — 2018 Camp Policies pick-up. Continual late pickups may lead to dismissal from the program in relation to excessive late pick-up policy forms. Lost/Stolen Items The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department is not responsible for any personal items lost or stolen at our programs. Movies Movies may be shown while participants are in Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Programs. Before movies are shown the title of the movie will be communicated to parent/ guardians. All movies shown are rated G or PG. Non-Discrimination The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability in employment opportunities or the provision of services, programs or activities. A participant alleging discrimination on the basis of any of the aforementioned areas may file a complaint with the Director of the Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department or the Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240. Participant Release The Security Key Tag Identification Process is in place to properly identify individuals that have the parent/legal guardian permission to sign–out a participant from any program. Legal guardians and other individuals listed on the participant form as an authorized pick-up person will be issued a security tag by showing a photo ID. A parent/guardian will not be issued multiple key tags to be given to other individuals authorized to pick up the participant. All authorized persons must be prepared to show proper form of identification, such as a key tag and photo ID, each time a participant is released. Before the program begins parent/guardians should inform staff of any changes to the pick-up list by contacting the Recreation Business Office at 919-996-4800.

Any person listed as a parent/guardian on the registration form may add or remove additional person(s) to the authorized pick up list. Parents and guardians should contact the Registration Business Office at 919-996-4800 or camp.registration@ raleighnc.gov to change information. Parents/guardians should inform anyone picking up a participant without a key tag that they will be required to show proper photo identification. The Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department recognizes that anyone listed as a parent/guardian on the registration form has equal access to their child in our programs. Should a parent/guardian desire to restrict access by the other, he/she shall be required to provide legal documentation authorizing. PRCR staff reserves the right to validate the appropriateness and authority of the documentation provided. Understanding the sensitivity of each instance, it may be necessary for PRCR staff to contact each of the parent/ guardians involved in the legal proceedings to inform of the action being taken and/or obtain additional information. Payment If the required payment is not provided with the registration forms, the participant’s registration will not be processed. We will attempt to notify you by telephone or email and you will have until the end of following business day to remit payment. Payment Plan Payment plans are available for camp programs registered before May 15, 2018. Initial deposit will be due at the time of registration for patrons selecting the payment plan option. Monthly balances will be due on the first day of each month. If you are delinquent with your payments, we reserve the right to revoke your payment plan privileges and withdraw your child(ren) from all registered summer camps. Personal Care The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department does not provide personal care for program participants. Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources staff does not assist in the toileting of any program participants or help with dressing participants. The Department requires that all program participants are independent for toileting and personal care in order to participate. Program participants must be able to change their own clothing if soiled. Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources staff is not permitted to change program participant’s soiled clothing. If a toileting accident does occur, a change of clothes must be brought to the program site or the participant must be picked up from the program site within one hour of the incident. If toileting accidents are frequent, participants may be dismissed from the program.

Photography/Video Waiver Pictures or video clips may be taken by the Department of any program participant while involved in City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources activities and may be used for marketing materials or staff training. Photos or video clips may be used in program activities. Participant’s names will not be published when photo or video clips are used. Some program areas are permitted to have social media sites. These sites are controlled by PRCR staff.

Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 36 2018 Camp Policies Release, Indemnity, and Agreement Participating in the selected recreational programs involves risk of injury. These risks include inclement weather, accidents while traveling, equipment problems or failures, contact with and actions of other participants, slips/trips/falls and musculoskeletal injuries, among others. The parent/guardian chooses to allow participation in the selected programs despite the risks. By completing registration, the parent/guardian acknowledges all risks of injury, illness or death and affirms tha t he or she has assumed all responsibility for any injury, illness or death. The parent/guardian also agrees on behalf of himself or herself and the participant to follow all rules and procedures of the program and to follow the reasonable instructions of the teachers and supervisors of the program.

In return for the opportunity to participate in this program, the parent/guardian agrees for himself or herself and for heirs, assigns, executors and administrators to release, waive and discharge any legal rights to seek payment or relief of any kind from the City of Raleigh, its employees or its agents for injury, illness or death resulting from this program. The person who registers a participant for a program agrees that he or she is a parent or a legal guardian or is otherwise responsible for the participant whose application is submitted and releases, waives and discharges any legal rights that may be asserted on behalf of the participant’s participation in the program. The person who registers a participant also agrees not to sue the City, its employees or its agents and agrees to indemnify the City for all claims, damages, losses or expenses, including attorney’s fees, if a suit is filed concerning an injury, illness or death resulting from participation in the program. Refunds All refund/withdrawal/transfer/credit requests received in writing 14 days or more in advance of the start date of the program/rental/team placement are entitled to: • 100% refund/credit/transfer if the department cancels program or facility rental • 100% credit or transfer of fees to another program at the time of withdrawal • 85% refund based on the total cost of program • 85% credit/transfer/refund of rental eligible fees Refund/credit/transfer/withdrawal request received less than 14 days prior to the start date of the program/rental/team placement will not be granted.

• Refunds for medical reasons requested prior to the start of program/rental/team placement will be granted at 100%; subject to verification. • Outdoor facility usage cancelled due to inclement weather may be rescheduled pending space availability. • A credit may be used by any family member on the same registration account. • Non-attendance/non-participation in a program does not entitle a patron to a refund. Sunscreen and Insect Repellent If needed, parent/guardian should apply these products to participants before they come to the program each day. Please supply any sunscreen and/or insect repellent that the participant may need during any program. Staff will provide frequent opportunities for participants to reapply over the course of the day. Staff or siblings may assist participants in applying sunscreen only to exposed skin that the participant cannot reach on their own. Spray or mist type sunscreen and/or insect repellent are recommended. These products are not to be shared with other campers. Participants in Specialized Recreation camps may be assisted in applying sunscreen and/or insect repellant, as provided and directed by the parent/guardian. Swimming Information (for applicable camps) Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources staff conduct swim tests for all program participants and issue lifejackets to non-swimmers. To swim without a lifejacket, a swimmer must be able to swim one length of the pool (approximately 25 yards or 75 feet) on their front and tread water for 30 seconds. All non-swimmers will be required to wear a lifejacket or parents/guardians can request that staff not allow the participant to participate in the swim test and automatically place the participant in a lifejacket. Staff reserves the right to place a participant in a life jacket in the interest of a participant’s safety. All participants, regardless of swimming ability, will wear lifejackets when participating in water activities including swimming in lakes, rivers, or the ocean.

Waitlist Notification If your participant clears the waitlist, you will be notified by telephone and/or email. You will have until the end of the following business day to accept and remit payment for the requested program. Your acceptance must be confirmed in writing. If notification is not received within the specified time frame you will forfeit your participant’s placement. Withdrawal and Transfers All withdrawals and transfers must be received in writing 14 days or more in advance of the start date of the program. Non-attendance or non-participation in a program does not entitle a patron to a credit of the registration fee. 2018 Camp Policies continued —

Summer Camps 2018 parks.raleighnc.gov 37 Financial Assistance Scholarship Fund The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department established the Financial Assistance Scholarship Fund in 1993 to ensure that no one is denied the benefits of public recreation due to the inability to pay. The scholarship fund helps reduce barriers to participation in recreation programs that encourage healthy lifestyles, promote self-confidence and teach life-long lessons. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need and are offered to support all who wish to participate in our programs. To make a tax-deductible donation, please mail a completed form to: City Of Raleigh Financial Assistance Program – 6107 P.O. Box 590 Raleigh, N.C. 27602 City of Raleigh tax ID number: 56-6000236 Financial Assistance Scholarship Fund  Yes, we/I would like to help by donating to the Financial Assistance Scholarship Fund. Please accept my gift of:  $10  $20  $50  Other _ _  My check is enclosed (Payable to the City of Raleigh and Tax Deductible) Name(s _ Phone _ _ Address _ City _ State _ Zip _ _ Play It Forward!

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Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 38 City of Raleigh Facilities 1 Abbotts Creek 9950 Durant Road 27614 919-996-2770 2 Barwell Road Community Center 5857 Barwell Park Drive 27610 919-996-5994 3 Biltmore Hills Community Center 2615 Fitzgerald Drive 27610 919-831-6895 4 Brentwood Neighborhood Park and Center 3315 Vinson Court 27604 Art4Fun Camp 919-996-4895 5 Brier Creek Community Center 18010 Globe Road 27617 919-420-2340 6 Carolina Pines Community Center 2305 Lake Wheeler Road 27603 919-831-6435 7 Chavis Community Center “John Chavis Park” 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard 27601 919-831-6989 8N Durant Nature Preserve North 8305 Camp Durant Road 27615 Camp Friendly 919-996-2147 Adventure – Teens 919-996-6855 8S Durant Nature Preserve South 3237 Spottswood Street 27615 Oak City Adventures 919-996-6855 9 Eastgate Park 4200 Quail Hollow Drive 27609 919-996-2139 10 Glen Eden Park c/o Jaycee Park 1500 Glen Eden Drive 27612 919-996-6833 11 Green Road Community Center 4201 Green Road 27604 919-872-4140 12 Greystone Community Center 7713-55 Leadmine Road 27615 919-996-4848 13 Halifax Community Center 1023 Halifax Street 27604 919-996-6378 14 Hill Street Center 2307 Hill Street 27604 919-996-5300 15 Jaycee Community Center 2405 Wade Avenue 27607 919-996-6833 16 Kiwanis Park c/o Optimist Park 2525 Noble Road 27608 919-870-2880 17 Lake Lynn Community Center 7921 Ray Road 27613 919-870-2911 18 Laurel Hills Community Center 3808 Edwards Mill Road 27612 919-420-2383 19 Lions Park 516 Dennis Avenue 27604 919-996-4726 20 Marsh Creek Park 3050 New Hope Road 27604 919-996-4920 21 Method Road Community Center 514 Method Road 27607 919-996-6066 22 Millbrook Exchange Community Center 1905 Spring Forest Road 27615 919-996-4156 23 Mordecai Historic Park 1 Mimosa Street 27604 919-996-4364 24 Optimist Community Center 5900 Whittier Drive 27609 919-870-2880 25 Peach Road 911 Ileagnes Road 27603 919-807-8545 26 Powell Drive Park 740 Powell Drive 27606 919-996-6066 Nature Camps 919-996-2117 27 Pullen Community Center 408 Ashe Avenue 27607 919-831-6052 28 Raleigh City Museum 220 Fayetteville Street, 27601 919-996-2220 29 Ralph Campbell Community Center 756 Lunar Drive 27610 919-250-2757 30 Roberts Park Community Center 1300 E. Martin Street 27610 919-831-6830 31 St. Monica Teen Center 15 N. Tarboro Street 27601 919-996-4770 32 Sanderford Road Park 2623 Sanderford Road 27610 919-831-1898 33 Sgt. Courtney T. Johnson Center “Southgate” 1801 Proctor Road 27610 919-831-6719 34 Tarboro Road Community Center 121 N. Tarboro Street 27610 919-831-6505 35 Walnut Creek Wetland Center 950 Peterson Street 27610 919-996-4895 Adventure – Youth 919-996-6856 Adventure – Teens 919-996-6855 36 Worthdale Community Center 1001 Cooper Road 27610 919-996-2730 Non-City-Owned Sites 37 Hilburn Academy 7100 Hilburn Drive 27613 919-996-6165 38 Pleasant Grove Elementary School 3605 Pleasant Grove Church Road 27560 919-996-6165 39 Ravenscroft School 7409 Falls of Neuse Road 27615 919-996-6165 40 Underwood Elementary 1614 Glenwood Avenue 27608 919-996-6165 Summer Camp Locations

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