Yong In Master Lee’s Taekwondo 13613 W. McMillan Rd., Boise 83713 938-3000 idahotaekwondo.com
4-week taekwondo summer program. June 25 through July 28. First 20 kids only. Only $49 plus $45-value uniform free.
YOUNG AT ART 1304 E. Boise Ave., Boise 83706 345-7207 firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly art camps, am or pm. Po ery camps to drawing and everything in between. Fun relaxed atmosphere.
Zoo Boise Summer Camp 355 Julia Davis Dr., Boise 83702 608-7680 zooboise.org
Discover animal wildlife through a variety of hands-on ac vi es, tours, art projects, animal encounters, and games. For ages 6–12, week- long sessions. For ages 4–5, day sessions.
SPECIAL NEEDS Advancing Adventures in Communica on Campus of Northwest Nazarene University 706-5775 email@example.com
Tradi onal summer camp for those ages 5–21
ART MAKING! DROP-IN
Toddler Wednesday (children ages 2-3 with an adult) Sponsored by Target
April 4, 2012 10:00 a.m. - noon
Make your own patterns inspired by the exhibition Open to Interpretation.
Family Art Saturday (all ages)
Sponsored by Richard and Sondra Hackborn
April 28, 2012 Noon - 3:00 p.m.
Paint delicate lines with ink after viewing brush paintings in the exhibition Eastern Traditions/ Western Expressions.
SUMMER CAMPS AND CLASSES for children, families, & adults For a complete list of our summer programs, visit
Boise Art Museum
670 Julia Davis Dr. , Boise, Idaho 83702 345-8330
who own and use a speech genera ng device. $75, June 11-15. Social communica on focus through fun, exci ng ac vi es.
AdVenture Teen Summer Camp Grace Jordan Comm. Ctr., Boise 83709 608-7680 cityo oise.org/parks/ac
; vi es Week-long day camp for teens ages 13–17 with intellectual disabili es. Art, fi eld trips, using the city bus, recrea on. Weekly from June 11 un l August 17. $72/week.
American Cancer Society’s Camp Rainbow Gold 422-0842 camprainbowgold.org
Youth (ages 6–12) Oncology Camp July 29–Aug. 3. Teen (ages 13–17) Oncology Camp July 22–27. Sibling Camp July 15–20. Transporta on from Boise provided. Family Camp June 6-10. All camps are free.
American Lung Associa on Camps 1412 Idaho St., Ste. 100, Boise 83702 345-2209 lungidaho.org
Camps for Idaho kids diagnosed with asthma. Day Camp, June 19 at Municipal Park (Boise) for kids 9–12. Camp Super Breathers (over- night) for kids 8–17, Aug. 6-10, Horsethief Reservoir.
for kids A Workshop Bus
that comes to you! SAFE and FUN!
Boys and Girls ages 4 - 12+
Learn to build wood projects with hand tools.
KIDS CAMP JUNE 30 - July 4 $205
JUNIOR HIGH JULY 4-9 $230
SENIOR HIGH JULY 4-9 $255
Transportation Provided from Eagle, ID.
* 208.861.6089 *
Now Accepting Registrations 208-634-2083 Space is Limited. Scholarships available. www.quakerhillcamp.org
BORN TO SUCCEED EARLY CARE & EDUCATION CENTER 4770 N. Shamrock St., Boise 83713 658-5561 brntosucceed.com
Summer program for children ages 4-10 with and without disabili es. 2-3 weekly fi eld trips or special guest speakers, swim lessons, 1-2 week theme-based ac vi es and community service ac vi es.
Camp Hodia 336-6829 hodia.com
Camps for kids with type 1 diabetes. Fun and friendship, learning and support, in the Sawtooth Mountains. For kids entering grades 3–12. Founded in 1978.
Camp River Run 286-1078 campriverrun.org
Local nonprofi t off ering a 4-day summer camp in Cascade for kids ages 7–14 with life- threatening or disabling medical condi ons. We provide excellent care and support to your child, at no cost to your family.
Care-Ousel Therapeu c Riding 8803 Highway 78, Marsing 83639 530-0021 care-ousel.com
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