Kids

Updated: June 14, 2018

Bonita Bead Boutique Offers Kids Camps
Bonita Bead Boutique in Ford Shoppes at 1470 Ford St., Unit D, Maumee, will host Bead Summer Camps for kids ages 6-14 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The cost is $30.00 per day, which includes materials. Call to reserve a space at (419) 887-4000. For more information, visit www.bonitabeadboutique.com.

Lourdes Announces 2018 Summer Science Camp
The Lourdes University Center for Science Education and the Environment (CSEE), the Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences, and the Department of Education announce this year’s Summer Science Camp – “WOW: Wonders of Water.”
The summer camp meets each day at the CSEE, located on campus grounds at 6832 Convent Blvd., Sylvania. Lourdes University education majors are designing and assisting with the delivery of the science camp curriculum.
WOW: Wonders of Water will be held on Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29 from 12:45 to 3:45 p.m. daily. Designed for students who will enter grades 5-8 in fall 2018, the cost is $110 per camper. All campers receive a T-shirt. Limited scholarships are available. Space is limited.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Holli Bone at hbone@lourdes.edu or (419) 824-3909.

Summer Camps Offered At The Toledo Zoo
The Toledo Zoo will host Summer Safari Camps, offering a variety of opportunities for weeklong day camps for ages 4 to 15.
This year’s camp topics range from competing in Zoo Olympics and learning all about baby animals in Born to be Wild to becoming an Animal Detective or fishing in local ponds. Older kids (ages 11-15) can spend time working as Junior Zookeepers or even venture out with zoo biologists for a hands-on project in Conservation Explorers.
Camps run through Friday, August 17. Most camps run 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Check www.toledozoo.org/summer-camps for details. Children may be signed up for one or more camps. Zoo member discounts apply.

Notre Dame Academy Announces Summer Camps
Notre Dame Academy is offering over 30 summer camps for girls in grades K-12.
There are a variety of athletic, discovery and academic opportunities for girls to have fun exploring science, technology, engineering and math with fun, hands-on activities and always with a focus on learning.
New this year are Writer’s Cafe, Computer Apps and Beginning Piano. Back by popular demand are Fused Glass, Italian Cooking, Fun With Food, Theater, Voice and Performance Skills, Self-Defense, Fencing and more.
The NDA Eagles, 14-time All-Sports Champs, will host a variety of sport camps that will include general and advanced volleyball, lacrosse, general and elite soccer, basketball, golf and rowing.
A Math and Writing “Tune-Up” Camp will also be offered to seventh and eighth grade students and Study Skills Bootcamp will be offered to high school students.
Visit www.nda.orgto register and to view a full listing of NDA Summer Academy camps.

Toledo Area Humane Society Offers Summer Camps
The Toledo Area Humane Society is offering summer camps for kids ages 5 to 16, in June through August. Whether a child is interested in learning the fundamentals of dog training or is just looking to go on an animal adventure around the shelter, the Toledo Area Humane Society has something for everyone.
To check out all of the wonderful summer camps TAHS has to offer, visit www.ToledoHumane.org or for more information, e-mail education coordinator Jackie Kinnee at jackiek@toledohumane.org.

Girl Scout Summer Camps Announced
Registration is now open for Girl Scout summer camps located throughout western Ohio, including day and resident camps. A complete list of prices, dates, times and program options for camp sessions available in June, July and August can be found at gswo.org/camp.
Parents will find a wide variety of programs for all girls’ different interests, including archery, swimming, watercrafts, acting/drama, hiking, adventure trips and much more. No matter which camp you choose or whether your girl stays a day, a week or longer, she’ll never forget the smell of s’mores by the fire, exploring the outdoors and seeing the stars shine brightly overhead.
Find out more about Girl Scout camp at gswo.org/camp and how to join at gswo.org/join or by calling (888) 350-5090.
Not a Girl Scout? Not a problem. Camp is open to all girls. Financial assistance is available for camp tuition as well as the $25.00 Girl Scouts membership fee.

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