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Childrens Programs

Recreation program information for older youth have been placed on the youth and teen programs page. This includes Roving Rec, School's Out Specials and Colorado Youth Adventures.

Summer 2020 Recreation Guide

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Summer Day Camp
Ages 6-11
Your children can enjoy fun and excitement with us next summer in a safe, state-licensed program. Our 11 one-week sessions include all of the below-mentioned activities plus crafts, sports, and more.

Fees
  • Resident: $150/week
  • Non-Resident: $163/week

* - Week 1, cost is $120 for residents, $130.50 for non-residents

Included in weekly fee:
  • Registration fee
  • Camp t-shirt
  • Field trips
  • Roller skating
  • Swimming at least two times per week
  • Pedal boats
  • Outdoor Days at Kiwanis Swimming Pool
  • Theater performances and movies in the D.L. Parsons Theatre
  • Play days at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park
  • First three weeks of camp – daily swim lessons for day camp only
  • Swim shirt for each child
  • Theme weeks for activities
  • Highly qualified, fun staff
  • And so much more

Summer Day Camp Documents

Summer Day Camp Registration Codes
Week 1  20207001-01  May 26-29
Week 2 20207001-02 June 1-5 
Week 3 20207001-03  June 8-12 
Week 4  20207001-04  June 15-19 
Week 5  20207001-05  June 22-26 
Week 6  20207001-06  June 29-July 3 
Week 7  20207001-07  July 6-10 
Week 8  20207001-08  July 13-17 
Week 9  20207001-09  July 20-24 
Week 10  20207001-10  July 27-31 
Week 11  20207001-11  Aug. 3-7 

 

Tyke Town
Ages 1 ½ – 5
Drop in on Friday mornings for unstructured playtime in the gym.  We will provide the equipment and the space for your young ones to move, play, climb, build, jump, tumble, ride, and bounce. This is a perfect opportunity for you and your child to get out of the house and interact with others during the cold wet days of winter and early spring. Our gym provides a fun, safe place to play. You can enjoy:

  • Equipment setups that change frequently
  • Small equipment stations—balls, hoops, bean bags and more
  • Cognitive activities
  • Sensory stations—tactile, auditory and visual 
Parents must stay to play with their child.

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