BookTrails Camps aim to foster a love of literacy and the outdoors. Each camp introduces a collection of stories, writing activities, art projects and basic outdoor skills focused around a common theme.
For full camp descriptions and to register, please visit www.mybooktrails.org. Registration opens February 1st.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions!
Bud Werner Memorial Library Summer Reading incentive program
Spanish + English
The Library challenges all kids and teens, ages 0-17, to read every day this summer to earn free books and prizes!
The Library challenges kids ages 0-17 to see if they can read or be read to every day from June 1 to July 31. Readers can create their own daily reading goal, with a minimum of 15 minutes each day. Log your reading on the paper brochure available at the Kids’ Desk or online using Beanstack. Make reading your favorite daily habit. Prizes from local sponsors. Other programs included in Summer reading programs: Free Family Fun, Read to Dogs, Walking book clubs, Reading Incentive, Junior Storytellers mini camp and performance. Teddy Bear picnic and three Storytimes in the Garden at Yampa River Botanical Park.
Contact: Sarah Costin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elevation Dance Studio Summer Camps, Classes, & Intensives
Ages 3 & up
Elevation Dance Studio, 326 Oak Street
Offering a variety of themed camps for younger dancers ages 3-7, a variety of styles for ages 8-12, and Hip Hop, Ballet, & Jazz for ages 11 & up.
Registration link: https://elevationdancestudio.com/summer-classes/
Make Studio Outdoor Art Camp!
MAKE Studio: 842 Lincoln Ave, #13
Our summer program is inspired by the outdoor studio – all of our camps are help primarily outside. Each morning we meet in the studio, then walk outside to one of our nearby parks to work on projects in an outdoor studio setting. We provide all materials and tools for fun art-making in painting, drawing, printmaking, fibers, sculpture, clay, performance art and more.
For more information and to register: www.makestudio-steamboat.com
Christie Stepan, email@example.com
Music Exploration Camps
Ages 4 -13 years
Beth Blaskovich Piano Studio 57 10th Street Suite I
This summer includes a variety of camp themes including pre-piano camp for ages 4 to 6, Passport to World Music camp for ages 8-13 and Blues Improvisation Jam Camp. One week camps are available throughout the summer many with no previous musical background required!
Perry-Mansfield Summer Programs
A nationally recognized legacy of excellence in dance, theatre and equestrian education, the ability to study with some of the nation’s finest professionals, all in the most spectacular and inspiring setting imaginable. With a small faculty to student ratio, students receive unparalleled personal attention and reach incredible levels of achievement.
Registration link: www.perry-mansfield.org/apply
Contact Info: 970.879.7125 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Piknik Theatre Youth Acting Workshop
$150, scholarships available (contact Stuart Handloff, Piknik Theatre Executive Director, 970-355-9403)
Registration at EventBrite: TBA
Steamboat Academy of Music Summer Day Camps
These are opportunities for a creative outlet for your child that keeps their minds and bodies active and prevents “couch potato” syndrome. This list of offerings changes according to the school schedule.
Steamboat Symphony Orchestra Summer Immersion
Age 12+ or Suzuki Book 2 and higher.
A week-long, half-day camp in Steamboat Springs with a focus on Chamber Ensembles and String Orchestra immersion for violin, viola, cello and double bass. You’ll be coached and conducted by Maestro Ernest Richardson while playing alongside lead strings instructors from the Steamboat Symphony Orchestra and strings faculty from collaborating organization Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory.
Strings Music Festival Youth Series
Best for ages 3 – 7
Strings Music Pavilion
$1 for kids, $10 for adults
Tickets go on sale – TBA
Strings Music Festival offers a youth series that enrich the lives of our youngest music lovers. Shows are approximately 45 minutes and are interactive concerts that encourage imagination.
Contact info: 970-879-5056 x105 to contact the box office
Tread of Pioneers Museum Youth Programming
The museum offers a variety of programs for children and adults. From curriculum based school tours, to History CO Take Out Kits, to open houses and hands-on programs at the historic Mesa Schoolhouse as well as Lulie’s Wildflowers and Watercolors at Yampa River Botanic Park, the museum’s youth programs are offered in the schools, at the museum and throughout the community.
Registration link: www.treadofpioneers.org
Contact Info: Katie Konold, Youth Programs Coordinator/Candice Bannister, Executive Director
Young at Art Creativity Camps
Depot Art Center
Steamboat Creates presents creativity camps with a variety of camp themes from screen printing and jewelry making to dance, mad science, and twisted metal sculpture. One-week camps are available for full or half-day registrations. Scholarships and transportation are available. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Registration link: www.steamboatcreates.org/yaa/
Jill, Jill@steamboatcreates.org, 970-879-9008