Camps

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Some programs and trips require lunch and snacks. Here are some tasty, healthy and easy options:
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Wait-List Names 

Submit form only - no fee for wait list.

June – July  -  KinderFun Camp 2015     Call for Availability

3-6 years (Must be potty trained)      M-F  9:00-11:30 am   at the Douglass Community Center

Sing-Alongs, Music, Dramatics, Art, Group Dynamics, Fun, Play.  Put them together and you have much more than a camp, you have a Special Summer Experience for your child. For more Information: Registration  

July & August - The Mad Scientist Camp          July Camp is Full:  Accepting Wait List Names
                                                                                                 August Camp is Full: Accepting Wait List Names

Ages 7-11 years     9:00 am-12:00 pm at the Douglass Community Center      2 Sessions

Transform laboratory science into fun, interactive learning experiences. A perfect combination of innovative and hands-on experiments. Group projects, observations, and problem solving. Each day is packed with activities, experiments, projects, crafts and games. For more Information: Registration  

June - August  -  Summer Crafty Kids Creation Camps  2015 
Ages 7 and above       9:00 am-3:00 pm at the Historic Train Station  with Ms. Karen Fellema
Nature Crafts & Yard Art   ~   Recycle Art  ~  Jewelry Camp  ~  Painting Camp  ~  Christmas in July  ~  Knifty Knitter  ~  Scrapbooking & Bookmarking
 

Call for availability
For more Information: Registration  
June - August  -  Crafty Kids Creation - Clay Camp 2015
Ages 5 - Teen        at the Historic Train Station   Instructor: Ms. Karen Fellema  
Children will learn the art and craft of clay while having fun exploring their creativity. 

Call for availability
For more information: Registration

June – August  -  Summer Explorers Camp 2015       Limited Availability CALL before paying

Ages 5-8 and 8-13 years (Must have attended kindergarten)   10 Sessions 8:00am-5:50pm

Play is our thing and everyone is encouraged to participate.  Emphasis is placed on having fun, trying new things, teamwork, learning by doing and enjoying the process of discovery.  Activities: swimming, arts & crafts, games, nature & science, field trips. For more Information: Registration 

Year Round 5 Fridays Day Camp 2015                             FULL - Accepting Wait List Only

Ages 5-13 (Children Attending Year Round School)   Fridays  8:00am-5:30pm         

5-8 year olds: Train House     8-13 year olds: Southern Pines Recreation Center

For more Information: Registration  

July  -  Jr. Cheerleading Camp  2015                                         Call for availability

Ages 3-5 & 6-9 years    July 13-17 at the Douglass Community Center

Gymnastics, Dance, Crafts, Making New Friends, Cheering, Exercising, Showing Your Spirit, Fun ‘n Games

A dynamic blend of spunk, tumbling, and dance create a fun camp that builds positive learning attitudes in a playful, engaging, and exciting experience.  For more Information: Registration  

July  -  Fire Academy Camp for Kids 2015                       FULL - Accepting Wait List Only

Ages 7-13 years   July 13-16    1:00-5:00 pm   at the SP Fire Department

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a firefighter?  Southern Pines Fire Department Youth Fire Academy will train you in the operations and tasks that a firefighter needs to know.  Participate in hands-on fire safety activities, teamwork activities, fire extinguisher training. Camp will create an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the job. For more information: Registration

Jr. Camp Counselor
Ages 14-16 Years Old
Too young to get a real job? Too old to sit around the house watching cartoons? Not interested in cleaning the house or picking up the yard? Get involved in great volunteer opportunity that offers on-the-job training in planning, set up, and clean up of games and activities, helping children in a fun atmosphere, and a chance to work with and under the supervision of great instructors.Call Sue Gillis at the Recreation Office at 910-692-2463 or email Sue Gillis for information: Application.