Summer Soul Squad: Beach Party
Description: We're excited to host eight weeks of camps this summer! Each week includes themed activities, crafts, games, and gymnastics to challenge and excite campers. From ninjas to superheroes, scientists to desert explorers, we’ve got a camp for everyone - no gymnastics skills required.
Dates: July 11-15
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: Heart & Soul Oro Valley
Address: 8363 N. Oracle Road
Cost: Full Day/Full Week | 8:30am-3:30pm $240 Half Day/Full Week | 8:30am-12pm $140 Full Day/Single Day | 8:30am-3:30pm $65 Half Day/Single Day | 8:30am-12pm $40
Organization: Heart & Soul Kids Activity Center
Registration website: www.heartandsoulkids.com
Registration deadline: July 10, 2022
Is the registration fee refundable? No registration fee
Camp days offered: Half-day, Full day
Maximum attendees: 30
Is lunch offered? No
Extended days offered: Yes
Discounts: 10% off registration for military, first responders, and teachers
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