2023 Summer Camp Guide
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Note: Due to COVID-19 health events, summer camp dates and times are subject to change.
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2023 Boys & Girls Club Summer Camp
Dates: June 5-9; June 12-16; June 20-23; June 26-30; July 3; July 5-7; July 10-14; July 17-18
Where: Frank & Edith Morton Clubhouse
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $60.00 for entire summer
Description: At Boys & Girls Club we offer activities and programs such as leadership skills, field trips, healthy lifestyles, STEAM activities, sports and recreation, arts, and various clubs throughout our summer program. More..
Dungeons and Dragons Game Camp
Dates: July 17-21
Where: Troubadour Theatre
Hours: 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Cost: $150. 1 week
Description: Students will learn how to play the classic role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons and participate in a campaign led by an expert game master. Both experienced students and beginners are welcome in this camp. More..
Dates: June 19-23
Where: Christ Presbyterian Church
Hours: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cost: $125. cost per week
Description: Have some fun as Montlure Camp staff bring camp programming down from the mountains, right into your neighborhood! Campers will build indoor tents, sing silly songs, create arts & crafts, play wild & wacky recreation, and explore their faith through More..
Dates: June 12-16; June 26-30; July 17-21
Where: Timeless Play Catalina Foothills and Timeless Play Oro Valley
Hours: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Cost: $45/half day (4 hours); $75/full day (8 hours); $175/full week/half days; $325/full week/full days
Description: Join us for our summer camps, where our amazing play experts always have something fun, surprising and engaging in store for your kiddos. Timeless Play is Tucson’s oasis of fun, where children learn while playing with “nutrient-rich” toys, games and More..