BY SANDY MANN
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Throughout the summer, Bella Mosaica is offering learning workshops for different age groups that are project-based, meeting until the projects are complete. Check their website for the calendar, details about the workshops, and to register.
The City is hosting Eagle Fun Camps geared for children ages six to eleven. Each week focuses on a different theme with amazing activities and fun field trips that are appropriate to the theme. Upon entering their website, select “Government” on the menu, then “Departments,” to “Parks, Pathways & Recreation,” and finally “Camps” for more information and to register.
Multiple camps are taking place for almost every age up to 12th grade. Tiny Tots camps are for ages five to eight, and for the upper grades starting grade 6, there are several options including training with Olympian Charlene Johnson. More information can be found on their website, including how to register for these camps.
No matter one’s tennis experience, this amazing facility is gearing up for the summer with weekly camps for ages four and up. All camps are led by certified USPTA/UAPTR coaches. Call or email to sign up today at email@example.com or 208-938-3015.
A variety of classes are being held in Eagle throughout the summer, with summer-long programs and week-long camps. They have many options from musical theater, Indonesian Batik, family ballroom dancing, audio engineering, hand sewing, to oil painting, acting, and everything in between.
Everwild is a nonprofit educational organization that offers school year programs as well as Idaho’s first full-day outdoor kindergarten in addition to hosting summer camps. Registration is open now for summer camps.
They are providing half-day to full-day camps throughout the summer starting at potty trained on up. Campers may attend summer camp daily or weekly, whichever works best for their schedules. Each week will have a different theme to keep the summer full of excitement.
For those horse enthusiasts, Lazy L is arranging summer camps for multiple ages. More information can be found on their Facebook page or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A number of camps are being held during the summer that will combine fun physical activity, games, and arts & crafts, all to help your child beat the summer heat by staying cool. See their website for the schedule, but to register call them at 208-938-6185 or just stop by.
The Eagle location, which is at Crunch Fitness, is one of the newest locations for Water Wings in the Boise area. It is complete with a 75-meter lap pool, a separate instructional heated pool, and a splash pad pool for after class. Many options are being organized for the summer for swimmers of all ages.