adidas core 11 rain jacket Listing of summer camps from A to Z
The 29th Willie Hutch Jones Educational Sports Programs are open to boys and girls ages 7 16. The sessions will be held at various times and locations. Skills training is available in finance management, theater and arts, math, science, computers, dance, volleyball, and swimming.
Primordial Performance Camp will be held Aug. 26 30 for ages 8 and up. Camp includes film analysis, first step form, mobility, flexibility and elasticity enhancement, vertical and broad jump emphasis, and muscle control. Cost is $299. For information, call 713 3785. Primordial Sports Elite Entire Summer Camp will be held weekdays July 8 Aug. for ages 8 and up. Registration is limited. Cost is $995.
The Cheektowaga Youth and Recreational Services will host an All Sport Camp at Cheektowaga Town Park for boys and girls July 8 16. for 10 12 year olds. Each week will focus on a variety of sports including basketball, baseball/softball, soccer, flag football, golf and street hockey. Cost is $75 general or $65 resident and includes a T shirt. To register call 897 7207 after June 1. in two sessions: July 8 12 and July 29 Aug. 2. Campers will participate in various sports, physical fitness and swimming activities. Cost is $175 per camper.
Artpark in Lewiston will offer weekly sessions of art camp, drawing and painting, ceramics, printmaking and more. Monday through Friday, July 8 12, July 15 19, and July 29 Aug. 2. Cost is $250 per session. Camps are limited as one on one instruction is emphasized, and are suitable for ages 9 14. An advanced art camp for high school students ages 15 17 is also available, Aug. 5 9. Campers will leave with a portfolio for college submission. Cost is $250. Call 754 9000, ext. July 8 12 for ages 12 16.
Explore and More Children’s Museum will host two art camps for 4 to 6 year olds. to noon and includes acrylic painting. to noon and includes water colors. Classes are $50 for members and $60 for non members. Preregistration is required. For information, call 655 5131 ext. July 15 19 and July 22 26 for children in grades 3 8. Cost is $160 for members and $180 for non members. Campers will explore the creative environment designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and participate in activities including papermaking, printmaking, photography, construction, gardening and more. Monday through Friday for two three week sessions July 8 26 and July 29 Aug. 16. Costs vary and scholarships are available. Classes will be held at Delaware Park. A typical class consists of art, dance, and creative writing. Children must be eligible for a free or reduced price lunch.
The Cheektowaga Youth and Recreation Center will host an Art Adventures Camp for boys and girls ages 8 13 at the Cheektowaga Recreation Center Arena from July 1 to Aug. 8. to noon and includes painting, sculpture, paper mache, field trips, swimming and more. Cost is $62 general or $57 resident and includes a T shirt. For information, call 897 7207 after June 1. June 24 28 for ages 8 12. Camp will feature Book Arts themed projects led by local artists and educators, including letterpress printing, screenprinting, paper crafts and more. Cost is $150 for members and $200 for non members. Space is limited.
CEPA Gallery will host four one week photography camps for ages 8 12 and 13 17. 2 and Aug. 5 9. Campers will learn about black and white photography,
the science of the art of photography, shooting with pinhole cameras, basic PhotoShop and more. A new cut out animation camp will be offered this year. Camps include: Multi medium, July 8 12 and Aug. 12 16; Drawing, July 15 19 and Aug. 19 23; and Strictly Watercolor, July 22 26. to noon July 29 Aug. 2 and will focus on drawing and painting. The teacher is Joan Saba. Cost is $100 per week or $20 per day (discounts for members). Call 827 1584 ext.
The Albright Knox Art gallery offers a variety of art camps for children ages 4 to grade 8. During each of the week long sessions, students will visit works in the Gallery and create hands on projects in the classroom. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in activities outside and explore elements of music, drama and expression. Costs and dates vary. Deadline for registration is July 17. at Kenmore West High School. Cost is $75 and includes a T shirt. Call Joe Catalano at 361 3298 or Matt Chimera at 609 1854 for information.
Canisius College is running a baseball camp July 22 25 for boys ages 9 15 at the Demske Sports Complex. Cost is $170. The camp is run by Griffs coaches and players. (ages 13 18) July 8 11. The cost for all position camp is $160, cost for pitching camp is $75, or $225 for both. Camps will be held at the Koessler Athletic Center. Instruction by manager Marty Brown, coaching staff and players will focus on hitting, pitching, fielding, bunting, and baserunning. Cost is $125 per child. July 15 18. Cost is $65. to noon July 22 24 at the North Campus in Williamsville. You must provide your own catcher. Cost is $65.
St. Joe’s is holding a camp for boys grades 6 9 on Aug. to noon, directed by varsity head coach Paul Nasca. Coaches and players will lead drills designed to improve all facets of the game. Cost is $100.
The University at Buffalo will host three sessions of a baseball camp at the Northtown Center in Amherst. Session One is June 24 26 for ages 12 18 and costs $150. Session Two is July 8 11 for ages 7 12 and costs $185. Session Three is Aug. 12 14 for ages 7 12 and costs $150. If you attend Sessions Two and Three, cost is $290.
The University at Buffalo will hold various softball camps. Pitcher and Catcher Camp for beginners (ages 6 12) and advanced (ages 13 18) will run June 6 7 and costs $75; All Skills Camp for ages 10 18 will run July 15 17 and costs $190; Lil’ Bulls Camp for ages 5 9 will be held July 22 and costs $60; Elite Pitching Camp for high school students will be held July 23 and costs $45; Elite Practice Camp for high school students will be held July 23 and costs $100. All camps take place at Nan Harvey Field on the North Campus.
The 26th Larry Sudbrook Baseball Camp will run in full and half day sessions June 24 28 and an Elite Camp from July 1 to 5 at St. Bonaventure in Olean. and is separated into 9 12 and 13 18 age divisions. and is for boys and girls ages 6 8. Cost for full day camp is $150 and for half day camp is $80 and includes a T shirt. The Elite Camp will be separated into ages 9 12 and 13 18. Only 12 players will be accepted to each session and there will be three coaches for each one. Cost is $200.
Little Sluggers Intro to T Ball for ages 3 6 will run Wednesdays and Sundays from July 2 to Aug. 1 at the Mill Middle School backfields. Cost is $79. PC T Ball for ages 4 5 is a parent child class designed to give players an introduction to T Ball. Tuesdays from July 2 to Aug. 13 at Dodge Elementary fields. Cost is $63. T Ball Level One for ages 5 6 focuses on throwing, fielding and hitting skills. Tuesdays from July 2 to Aug. 13 at Dodge Elementary. Cost is $63.
The 22nd Clarence baseball youth camp will hold three sessions: June 24 28, July 1, 2, 3, 5 and July 8 12 for boys and girls ages 6 14. sch day and be held at the Goodrich Road baseball fields in Clarence. Fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding, running, pitching and catching will be covered. Cost is $90 for new campers, $80 for returning campers, with family and team rates available. Cost for the week of July 1, 2, 3, 5 is $75 for new campers and $65 for returning campers. Group rate is $60.
Medaille College head coach Mike MacDonald and many of his players will host two weeks of Summer Basketball Camp and Friday Night Hoops at the renovated Sullivan Center on the Medaille Campus. Friday Night Hoops is a camp for boys entering grades 9 12 that will run every Friday night, June 7 Aug. The cost of the camp is $180, which includes a reversible jersey. Each participant will have the opportunity to engage in a practice like setting with members of the Medaille coaching staff and players. Some of the top local high school coaches will also serve as counselors and lecturers. The Summer Basketball Camp is for boys ages 6 14 and features two sessions. The first week will be July 8 12 and the second is July 29 Aug. 2. The cost is $225 per week which includes a Maverick Pack, consisting of a reversible jersey, shirt, basketball and water bottle. For campers ages 6 8, the Mini Mavs league is available with smaller basketballs and special attention. Two week campers receive a free additional gift with family and team discounted rates available.