Art, acting, adventure: Western Montana summer camps accessible for any interest

May 12, 2015 - garden totes

From art to outward adventures and behaving to sports, there’s certain to be a stay that fits your child’s interests this summer in western Montana.


Animal camps

Humane Society of Western Montana’s Critter Camps, Humane Society of Western Montana, 5930 Highway 93 S. Critter Camp, Jun 16-19 and Jun 23-26 for ages 7-8; Jul 7-10 and Jul 28-31 for ages 9-11. $160. Critter Camp focuses on caring for messenger animals, training about wildlife and origination new friends, both two- and four-legged. Activities embody caring for adoptable cats, clicker training dogs, baking dog biscuits, socializing kittens and more. $160 per session, includes all supplies, presentations and a receptacle bag. Applications are accessible during HSWM and during Email or call 549-3934.

Junior Volunteer Camp, Jul 21-24, Humane Society of Western Montana, 5930 Highway 93 S. Ages 9-11. (for campers who have already attended a Critter Camp in 2015 or before years). Join this stay to turn an central Humane Society of Western Montana volunteer. Go behind a scenes and support with all a jobs central volunteers perform including cleaning, animal care, training, socialization and more. Junior Volunteer Camp graduates will be authorised to transport and sight preserve dogs usually like a unchanging volunteers. $195 includes all supplies, presentations, a receptacle bag and an central Humane Society Volunteer t-shirt. Upon execution of camp, we can set adult a assembly with a Volunteer Coordinator, Jaime, to learn about accessible shifts and proffer guidelines. Please note that kids underneath a age of 18 contingency always be accompanied by a primogenitor or defender while volunteering during a shelter. Applications are accessible during HSWM and during Email or call 549-3934.

Art camps

Lolo School Booster Club Art Camp, Jul 6-10, 9 a.m.-noon for second-fifth-graders, and 1-4 p.m. for sixth-eighth-graders, Lolo School Art Room. A day any of ceramics, drawing, churned medium, sculpture and painting. Daily report to be determined, call with questions, 273-3806. Estimated $75, final cost on registration form (according to reserve needed). Staff: Megan Fiore, approved K-12 art teacher. Registration Forms on propagandize website

Missoula County Public Schools Summer Art Camps. Jun 15-19: Grades 5-6, 8:30-9:15 a.m. and grades 1-2, 9:30-10:45 a.m., “Drawing and Painting;” grades 3-4, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. and grades 7-8, 1-2:15 p.m., “Sculpture.” Jun 22-26: Grades 5-6, 8:30-9:15 a.m., “Sculpture and Mixed Media;” grades 1-2, 9:30-10:45 a.m., “Sculpture;” grades 3-4, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., “Collage and Mixed Media.” Grades 7-8, 1-2:15 p.m., “Mixed Media Drawing and Painting. For some-more information, revisit a website or call 542-4030. Class lists, times and registration forms accessible during

ZACC Summer Camps. Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. W. 10-week prolonged summer propagandize covers a accumulation of opposite disciplines including drama, visible art, slapstick comedy, designation art, story-telling, costumes and games, and AMP Music Camps. Maximum of 12 kids supposed in any camp. Visit or call 549-7555. Half day: $80 members; $90 non-members. Full day: $165 members; $180 non-members. Youth enrolled in both morning and afternoon camps of a same week will stay by a lunch hour and transport to a park for lunch.

• June 15-19, full day, 9 a,.m.-4 p.m., ages 6-12, “Glitter Mania” with Karlene Kantner.

• June 22-26, “Get Your Drama On.”  9 a.m.-noon, “Slapstick Comedy” with Rebecca Schaffer. 1-4 p.m., “Play-Making-Devised Theatre” with Rebecca Schaffer.

• June 29-July 3, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 10-15, “Installation Art” with Garret Bryant. 1-4 p.m., ages 10-15, “Tell Us Something: Art of Storytelling and Event” with Marc Moss.

• July 20-24, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 7-13, “Nature Journals” with Kristin Vogel. 1-4 p.m., ages 6-12, “Puppet Theater” with Patricia Thornton.

• July 27-31, 9 a.m.-noon, “Beginning Cartooning” with Patricia and Tim Thornton.” 1-4 p.m., “Functional Pottery: Eat from Your Art” with Kristin Vogel.

• Aug. 3-7, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 4-9, “Toys, Novelties and Games Galore.” with Karlene Kantner.

• Aug. 10-14, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 6-12, “Explorations in Slip-casting” with Karlene Kantner. 1-4 p.m., ages 6-12, “Costume Making Extravaganza” with Karlene Kantner.

Missoula Art Museum’s Summer Art Camps 2015. Summer morning camps during a Missoula Art Museum offer a preference of exciting, artistic art opportunities for Missoula budding artists.  All of MAM’s art teachers are gifted artists and teachers with a resources of believe and fun projects to share with we and your child. Prices are listed member/non-member. For questions or to register, call 728-0447 or revisit

• June 15-19, “Raptors and Art” with Bev Glueckert and Kate Davis, 10 a.m.-noon, ages 7-12, $72/$80. Kate Davis of Raptors of a Rockies brings her live hawks, owls, and eagles into a museum.

• June 22-26, “Art in Nature” with Janaina Vieira-Marques, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 6-11, $72/$80. Campers will emanate nature-inspired art pieces by looking during a contentment of plants, birds, insects and mammals.

• June 29-July 2, “Preschool Art Start” with Jolena Ryan, 10:30 a.m.-noon, ages 3-5, $40/$36. Campers will collage, sculpt, brew color, make prints, and qualification with healthy objects.

• July 6-10, “Making Faces: The Art of Caricature” with Tim and Patricia Thornton, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 8-14, $72/$80. Campers will learn how to make a animation faces out of standard portraits.

•  July 13-17, “A Cabinet of Wonders: Animal Parts and Art.” with Jennifer Ogden and Lisa Hendricks, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 7-11, $72/$80. Using specimens from a UM’s Phillip L. Wright Zoological Museum, campers will get a tighten demeanour during Montana’s horns, antlers, skulls, bones, hides, feathers, and wings.

• July 20-24, “Camera Charisma: Warhol Portraits and Selfies” with Steve Krutek, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 9-12, $72/$80. Experience your 15 mins of celebrity as we take photos capturing your face and a faces of others.  

• July 27-31, “Art Exploration” with Jolena Ryan, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 6-11, $72/$80. Art Exploration will offer campers an eventuality to try and enhance their adore of art.

• Aug. 3-7, “Wild Things.” with Erin Roberts, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 7-11, $72/$80. Create paper maché masks and hats desirous by Maurice Sendak’s masterpiece, “Where a Wild Things Are.”

• Aug. 10-14, “Montana Mystery Creatures” with Jenn Ogden and Dulcie Belangie, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 7-11, $72/$80. Join a Special Operations Unit and hunt for justification heading to a find of famous postcard celebrities as a Wooly Trout, Big Foot, and, of course, a Wiley Jackalope.

For families: Saturday Family Art Workshops. Enjoy an eventuality to work with your child on a artistic project. Older children can excavate into projects on their own, though relatives are asked to stay and work with children underneath age 7. Each convention meets from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All workshops are giveaway of assign and are on a initial come, initial served basis.

• May 9, “Painting Surprise” with Jeneese Hilton. Exhibiting artist Jeneese will lead a category in formulating a extemporaneous impression portrayal regulating a accumulation of surprising materials.

• June 13, “Nature Art” with Janaina Janaina Vieira-Marques. Janaina will lead participants in formulating art regulating materials found in nature. 

• July 11, “Tie Dye” with Erin Roberts. Bring your possess purify white t-shirt, pillowcase, or any white mantle to make a dash with spirals of splendid color.

• Aug. 8, “Papermaking” with Erin Roberts. Papermaking. Come join us in a side yard with blenders and pap to make your singular paper creations adding lavender, roses, tidbits of color, and glitter.

Boy Scout camps

Summer Camps 2015, Boy Scouts of America, Montana Council offers a following summer camping opportunities. Each girl member contingency be a purebred Cub Scout, Webelos, Boy Scout, Venturer, Sea Scout or Explorer Scout. The annual registration cost is $26.40, that includes insurance. Contact your internal Boy Scout Service Center, (406) 926-1810 or Camp scholarships are available.

Cub Scouts (boys completing initial by fourth grades June, 2015)

• Bitterroot District’s Cub Scout Day Camp  (Lone Rock area). Theme is “Pioneer Days” for Tigers to Webelos II. The Jun 6 day stay starts with registration during 7:30 a.m. and ends during 4 p.m. Registration by May 7 for Cub Scout Packs is $35 per Scout. After May 7, there is a $20 late cost for a Pack. Registration includes T-Shirt, bag, patch and lunch. Contact Shannon Gentry, (406) 493-6670,

• Mullan Trail District’s Cub Scout Day Camp (Missoula area): The thesis for Tigers by Webelos II is “CSI – Cub Scout Investigation” during Fort Missoula Friday, Jun 26-27, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Events embody BB guns, archery, crafts and many more. Early registration before May 10 is $40; after May 10 is $55. Payment includes a day stay T-shirt, activities and awards. Contact Melani Best, 274-2482,

• Silver Tip District’s Cub Scout Day Camp (Polson area): Polson area Cub Scouts day stay on Jul 14-15, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. The cost is $25, that includes T-shirt, lunch, archery, BB gun shooting, and crafts. Location: Chuck Dixon 4-H Park, King’s Point, Northwest of Polson. Contact Donna Terry during (406) 883-1606 or Levi Knight,

• Vigilante District (Butte/Dillon areas): Cub Scout proprietor stay Jul 23 starting during 1 p.m. – 1 p.m. Jul 25 during Birch Creek Outdoor Education Center, south of Butte and north of Dillon. This stay is open to all Tiger (with a parent), Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts (1 personality for any 3 Wolves and Bears) as of Jun 30. The procedure will embody opening and shutting campfires, archery, bb guns, University of Montana inlet program, sports, games, hiking, crafts, and Scout skills. Lodging will be inside aged time prolonged houses with private showers and flush toilets. Also accessible are tent and camper sites, though no hookups. Meals are supposing cafeteria impression by a Birch Creek staff. Fee $120 per Scout, $50 per adult. Family bedrooms rates are available. Contact Joe Toro, (406) 603.0904,

• Webelo Scouts Resident Camp, Grizzly Base Camp circuitously Kalispell, Jul 26-29 or Jul 29-Aug. 1. Webelos Resident Camp is an implausible 4 days and 3 nights of camping believe for Cub Scouts entering a fourth and fifthh grades this fall. The lake offers swimming and other H2O events. Activities will embody BB gun shooting, archery, campfires, hiking, Scout skills, games and crafts. $120 youth, $80 adults. Contact Michelle Ferguson, stay registrar, (406) 761-6000, or

Melita Island Boy Scout Camp for Scouts entering sixth-12th grades this fall. Melita Island Boy Scout Camp is a 64-acre island with roughly dual miles of shoreline in Flathead Lake. Traditional summer stay programs are offered, including Trail to First Class, Scoutcraft, Nature and Field Sports. The vital concentration of Melita is a singular aquatics program, that includes swimming, canoeing, rowing, fishing, tiny vessel sailing, lifesaving, H2O skiing, engine boating, mile swim, snorkeling, cruise boarding, and BSA Lifeguard. Older scouts 14-17 years aged are challenged with a Advanced Campers Program featuring H2O sports, sailboarding, and snorkeling as good as a day’s outing to Wild Horse Island. Jul 5-11, Jul 12-8; Jul 19-25; Jul 26- Aug. 1; Aug. 2-8. Montana Scouts: $275; Montana Adults $140. Fees embody all dining gymnasium meals. Call (406) 761-6000 to check availability. or

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT). This is a co-ed event, open to Boy Scouts and Venture Scouts, including females ages 14-20. NYLT is a 7 day outward believe for tide and destiny Troop and Crew leaders. Modern caring speculation is delivered in a organisation sourroundings with an importance on evident concentration of training in a fun environment. The march is an sparkling mixed of classroom and fun outward activities providing a severe and rewarding training experience. Participants ready dishes and work in their teams via a course. Teams are stoical of opposite participants in sequence to foster people origination new friends and training about others. Jun 21–27, Grizzly Base Camp, circuitously Bigfork. $250 is due in full before to Jun 21. Contact Course Director Bill Ruediger, 251-6610, or

Montana High Adventure Base (MOHAB), Sponsored by Boy Scouts of America, Montana Council, Jun 28-July 5, Jul 5-12, Jul 12-19, Jul 19-26, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, Dupuyer, Montana and Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. Participants contingency be 14 years of age OR finished eighth category and be during slightest 13 years of age before to participation. MOHAB is a Montana High Adventure Base – a nation’s premiere timberland speed procedure apportionment a High Adventure needs of Boy Scouts and Venturers worldwide. MOHAB’s aberration is tangible by a remote location, timberland character, and multi-sport speed travel. Ultralight backpacking, timberland packrafting, and speed caring and charge are offered. Packrafting allows Scouts and leaders to transport in solo, lightweight inflatable whitewater rafts – safely and quick – down timberland rivers.  $375-$600. Call (406) 761-6000 for availability. Eric Vann,, or (407) 761-6000.

Childhood camps

Missoula Valley Montessori. Jun 8-12, “Planting a MVM Garden.” Jun 15-19, “Composting Recycling.” Jun 22-26, “Space Astronomy.” Jun 29-July 3, “Celebrate Dr. Seuss.” Jul 6-10 “Animal Classification.” Jul 13-17, “Sports Games.” Jul 20-24 “The Amazing World of Insects.” Jul 27-31, “Eric Carle.” Aug. 3-7, “Dinosaurs.” Aug. 10-14, “Solids, Liquids Gases.” $150 per week for 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $100 per week for 9 a.m.-noon. Drop off 8:30-9 a.m., $5 per day or $20 per week. After stay caring until 5:15 p.m. $12 per day or $55 per week. Call 880-2819.

St. Joseph School and Early Education Program. Summer Discovery is for children grades 1-5. Program is taught by approved facile teachers. Children will learn by find by going on 2-3 margin trips per week and doing fun projects and guest speakers. Cost of assemblage is $175 per week payable on a initial day of a week. There is also a summer procedure for preschool ages 2-5 and those entering kindergarten. Children will also learn by Developmentally Appropriate Practice and play formed learning. Field trips are enclosed in a procedure schedule. Preschool and kindergarten organisation cost of assemblage is formed on $35 per day. Five days per week equating to $700/month (first priority into program); 4 days per week equating to $560/month (second priority into program); 3 days per week equating to $420/month (third priority into program); dual days per week equating to $280/month (fourth priority into program); one day per week equating to $140/month (fifth priority into program). Summer themes for both programs are: Jun 8-12,  “Bug Out” inspect of insects. Jun 15-19,  “Diggin’ to Summer” construction study. Jun 22-26, “Game On.” exploring sports around a community. Jun 29-July 2 (closed Jul 3), “Top Chef,” cooking and ice cream. Jul 5-10,  “Zoo Town Super Heroes,” exploring heroes in a community. Jul 13-17, “Amazing Race,” fun Missoula activities. Jul 20-24, “Einstein Explorers,” extend experiments and exploration. Jul 27-31, “Symphony of a 5 Senses,” exploring a senses. Aug. 3-7, “Let’s Get Dirty.” silt week. Aug. 10-14, “Dig it, Plant it, Farm it.” exploring gardens and farms. Aug. 17-21, “High Tide during a Sea Side,” H2O fun week. To register, visit afterwards “About Us.” 

Primrose Montessori School Summer Camps, 600 South Ave. E. Jun 15-July13, Monday-Friday. Fairies, sewing, gardening and lots more. Full day, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., $150; half day, 8:30 a.m.-noon or noon-3 p.m. $75. Call 728-7383 or email

Garden City Montessori. Garden City Arts and Adventure Summer Program. Jun 15-19, “Woods and Explorers.” Jun 22-26, “Wet and Wild.” Jun 29-July 3, “Watershed Wonders.” Jul 6-10, “We’ve Got a Beat.” Jul 13-17, “Everything Clay.” Jul 20-24 “Let’s Get Moving.” Garden City Montessori School, 3035 S. Russell St. Daily 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Early drop-off accessible during 8:30 a.m. For fees and some-more information, call 240-0290 or revisit

Missoula Community School summer camps for children ages 3-8. Camp programs are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with extended day option. Five day week, $180 ($240 extended caring day); 3 day week, $110 ($150 extended caring day); Session 3 only, $145 ($195 extended caring day). Session 1, Jun 15-19, “The Sound of Music.” Session 2, Jun 22-26, “The Joy of Cooking.” Session 3, Jun 29-July 2, “Ode to Mud.” Session 4, Jul 6-10, “2015 Olympic Games.” Session 5, Jul 13-17, “Weird Sccience.” Session 6, Jul 20-24, “Tool Time.” Session 7, Jul 27-31, “Happy Little Trees.” Session 8, Aug. 3-7 “Best of a Best.” Contact 542-2833. 239 S. Fifth St. W., Missoula, 59802. Visit or email

Little PEAS Summer Camps during a PEAS Farm, 3010 Duncan Drive. Camp offers children a window into how people, plants and animals come together to emanate a plantation community. Learn about tolerable tillage and a food system. Campers will try life on a farm, training about how food gets from a margin to a plates, plant and animal lifecycles, and have fun outside, personification games and striking in Rattlesnake Creek. Campers will assistance plant, collect and eat vegetables. Call 239-5524 or revisit

The Boys Girls Club Summer Camps, Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 p.m., Camp fees operation from $55-125 per week. Fees are on a shifting scale for both low and middle-income families. If we are requesting for a full extend or for a shifting scale reduced rate make certain to fill out a extend form and insert explanation of domicile income. You can check a shifting cost scale during a finish of this parcel to see what your rate will be. Please note that there is a $10 rebate per week for additional children, if your rate is $105 2nd child is $95, 3rd is $85. Registration forms accessible during a office, 1515 Fariview Ave., online during or by pursuit 542-3116.

Clark Fork School Shooting Stars Preschool Camp for children 3-to-5-years-old. Camps rivet children in suggestive and fun place-based preparation activities, with well-developed educators and a low tyro to clergyman ratio. Join Clark Fork School and suffer nature’s relaxing influence, earthy activity, and systematic scrutiny sum in an educational believe distinct any other in Missoula. Sessions accessible are Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. or 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $62/$93 per week; Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. or 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $62/$93 per week; Friday, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $31/$46 per week; Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. or 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $156/$220. After caring is accessible until 6 p.m. Jun 8-12, “Birds: Nests and Eggs.” Jun 15-19, “Messy Science.” Jun 22-26, “Play Team.” Jun 29-July 3, “Making Faces.” Jul 6-10, “Art Studio Naturalists.” Jul 13-17, “Animal Stories.” Jul 20-24, “CFS Playhouse.” Jul 27-31, “Play Team.” Aug. 3-7, “Kids Cooking.” Aug. 10-14, “Rockin’ Rhythms.” For some-more information, revisit or call 728-3395. Clark Fork School is located during 2525 Rattlesnake Drive.

Clark Fork School Kinnikinnick Summer Camp for children in kindergarten by initial grade. CFS offers 10 weeks of adventure. Our summer camps rivet children in suggestive and fun place-based activities, with well-developed educators and a low tyro to clergyman ratio. Join Clark Fork School and suffer nature’s relaxing influence, earthy activity, and systematic scrutiny sum in an educational believe distinct any other in Missoula. Jun 8-12, “Secrets of Magic.” Jun 15-19, “Nature-Crafters.” Jun 22-26, “Explore a Rattlesnake.” Jun 29-July 3, “CFS Playhouse.” Jul 6-10, “Budding Naturalists.” Jul 13-17, “Bug Life.” Jul 20-24, “Space Exploriers.” Jul 23-31, “Culinary Creators.” Aug. 3-7, “Rivers, Rain and Rowboats.” Aug. 10-14, “Discovering Nature’s Rainwbowss.” Each week, stay runs Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Extended caring until 6 p.m. is available. The customary cost any week is $200 with discounts for siblings. For some-more information, revisit or call 728-3395. Clark Fork School is located during 2525 Rattlesnake Drive.

Clark Fork School Kids-Niche Summer Camp for children in grades 2-5. CFS offers 10 weeks of adventure. Summer camps rivet children in suggestive and fun place-based activities, with well-developed educators and a low tyro to clergyman ratio. Join Clark Fork School and suffer nature’s relaxing influence, earthy activity, and systematic scrutiny sum in an educational believe distinct any other in Missoula. Jun 8-12, “Secrets of Magic.” Jun 15-19, “Forest Forts.” Jun 22-26, “CFS Playhouse.” Jun 29-July 3, “Mountains’ Majesty.” Jul 6-10, “We Are a Village.” Jul 13-17, “Power Wranglers.” Jul 20-24, “Nature’s Dining Room.” Jul 27-31, “Naturalist Artists.” Aug. 3-7, “The Power of Play.” Aug. 10-14, “Exploring Missoula.” Each week, stay runs Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Extended caring until 6 p.m. is available. The customary cost any week is $200 with discounts for siblings. For some-more information, revisit or call 728-3395. Clark Fork School is located during 2525 Rattlesnake Drive.

Cooking camps

Cooking Camp. Chop, dice, mince, mix, stir, sauté, boil and bake with clergyman Suzette Dussault. A week of cooking and eating (and cleaning up.) for ages 8-14. Prepare tasty and healthful food (including ubiquitous foods) while training about good food, food that’s good for you, cooking how to’s, and kitchen safety. Family cooking or dessert will be served on Thursday or Friday night. Camp charity week of Jun 23, Jun 29 and Aug. 23, from 12:30-4:30 any day. $125 (food provided), enrollment singular to 8. Phone 543-4006 to register. Call 543-4006 to register. 

University of Montana Dining Summer Garden and Cooking Camp for grades 6-8, Jul 13-17, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Camp balances gardening and cooking by utilizing a UMD Garden and UM campus as a living-learning laboratory. Campers will believe civic tillage from hothouse propagation to harvest, learn concepts of dirt science, coook in a maestro kitchen and use ubiquitous wellness and health eating. $175 per week, includes lunch, materials and T-shirt. For some-more information or to register call 243-6325 or email

Equestrian camps

Bitterroot Therapeutic Riding will horde equine day camps Jul by Oct. 1. Enrollment is singular with parental agree and includes challenged riders as good as robust participants. No some-more than 10 participants are supposed a day, though students competence attend some-more than one day on a space-available basis. Students are compulsory to allow their possess transportation, lunches and snacks. Call Linda Olson 880-6599 for some-more information. Visit

Flying H Stables Equestrian Camps, 13699 Mullan Road. Jun 22-24, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. $295. Flying H Stables has charity a summer equestrian stay for a past 16 years. The stay offers quality, maestro and particular instruction in horsemanship in a pleasing plantation setting. Unique believe of removing to know horses, care, feeding and generally roving is what we are famous for. For children ages 4-16 who are meddlesome in horses and equine safety. Guest lectures by a farrier, and other equine professionals. Each tyro will accept a notebook, T-shirt, 8-by-10-inch tone sketch of a category and a certificate on completion. Call 543-RIDE (7433) or revisit

Dunrovin Ranch Horse Camp, Jun 15-19, Jul 6-10, Aug. 3-7 and Aug. 17-21, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with before and after caring available. Each stay is divided into dual groups contingent on age: category scholars 8-11-years-old; and core scholars 12-14-years-old. Safety, responsibility, respect, education, and fun are emphasized. All activities are conducted out of doors. Campers pierce their possess lunch, snacks, H2O bottles, and suitable wardrobe for any day’s activities. Enrollment is limited. $378 per child for members; $420 for non-members with before-after day caring $5 per hour. Call 273-7745 or revisit

Theatre and Horses. Dunrovin Ranch and entertainment artist Rebecca Schaffer combine on this year’s initial Theater and Horse Camp. Combine your adore of horses and your adore of entertainment in one week. Campers will emanate their possess performance, pattern their possess set and costumes and work with Dunrovin’s horses, donkeys or poines to emanate a melodramatic presentation. Aug. 10-14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enrollment limited. $252 per child for members, $280 non-members with before and after caring accessible for $5. Call 273-7745 or revisit

Kootenai Creek Ranch Summer Day Camp. A singular one week multidisciplinary equine stay for children ages 7-15, that includes horsemanship, art, dance and drama. Taught by maestro roving instructor Malika Coston. No before roving believe required. Boarding is accessible for students that would like to use their possess horse. Jun 30-July 2, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; Jul 16-18, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and Aug. 13-15, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For some-more information and to accept an concentration form, call 777-3546 or revisit

Filmmaking camps

MCAT (Missoula Community Access Television) Film Camps. Wildlife Filmmaking, Jun 22-26; Animation Camp, Jul 6-10 and Movie Making Camp, Jul 27-31. All camps are 1-5 p.m. during 500 N. Higgins Ave., Suite 105. $1100 per week. Call 542-6228 or revisit

Montana Film Academy summer filmmaking camp, accessible for ages 8-18, Roxy Theatre, 718 S. Higgins Ave. Jun 22-26, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.  Learn a beliefs of filmmaking from start to finish and furnish a film. Exploring how to build a story, sight on camera and sound, get out sharpened and pierce it behind to a modifying room.  Students will learn new skills, combine and try putting their visions onto film. $200. Visit

Girl Scout camps

Girls Scouts of Montana Wyoming presents week prolonged presence skills stay and H2O skills camp. For comparison girls a whitewater rafting outing is Jul 16, subsidy make-up outing in a Bob Marshall, Jul 28-Aug. 2 ($175) and a raft-camping outing Aug. 12-14 ($100). Plus “SciGirls Club” any Wednesday in May during spectrUM Discover Area. “Camping Skills Workshop, May 16. Rock climbing, Jun 19. Mountain biking, Jun 24. Call 1-800-7356-5243 Ext. 2306 or email

Grief camps

Tamarack Grief Resource Center camps. All camps have a shifting scale. For some-more information or to register, hit Tamarack Grief Resource Center during 541-8472, email or revisit

• A Camp to Remember Round-Up, Jun 22, 4:30-6 p.m.,  Ruby’s Inn Convention Center, 4825 N. Reserve St. Chance for returning campers to reconnect and for impending campers to learn about A Camp to Remember and see if one or some-more of a camps competence be right for your child/family. Parents and guardians, accompany children. No registration required. Drop in any time between 4:30 and 6:00pm for games and fun and registration info.

• A Camp to Remember- Day Camp, Missoula, Jul 20-23. ACTR Day Camp brings all a sorcery of a stay believe to Missoula for 4 fanciful days of fun and recovering for kids ages 5-11 who are lamentation a genocide of a primogenitor or sibling. Camp days mix normal summer fun activities with chances to honour preferred ones by creativity, stories, and ritual. 

• 19th annual A Camp to Remember- Flathead Youth Camp, Aug. 17-20. Opportunity for girl ages 8-14 lamentation a genocide of a family member to bond with others in an enjoyable, relaxing environment. Time to play, create, and try is interspersed with chances to honour and remember. A Camp to Remember is staffed with an proffer CARE organisation and a Director and Coordinator have a accumulative believe of over 100 camps.  • A Camp to Remember- Family Camp, Flathead Lake, Oct. 23-25. At ACTR Family Camp we honour particular responses to grief while strengthening a whole family system. Bring a whole family to camp.  

Health camps

Summer Asthma Camp. The American Lung Association’s Huff N’ Puff Asthma Education is during Camp Child circuitously Helena, Jul 12-17. For children grades 3-8. $100. Camp applications are accessible during many doctor’s offices, health departments and schools. For some-more information, call (406) 442-9622.

Camp Mak-A-Dream offers medically supervised, cost-free stay programs for children, immature adults and families influenced by cancer during a 87-acre trickery in Gold Creek. Cancer patients and survivors in all stages of cancer therapy are welcome. Call 549-5987, email or revisit Cost-free program: Heads Up Conference for ages 13-18, diagnosed with a mind tumor, Jul 6-12. Teen Camp for ages 15-18 diagnosed with cancer, Jun 27-July 3. Siblings stay for siblings and children of cancer patients, Jul 15-20 for ages 6-13 and Jul 23-28 for ages 13-17. Kids Camp for ages 6-14 diagnosed with cancer, Jul 31-Aug. 5.

History camps

Homestead Camp during a Historical Museum during Fort Missoula. Jul 20-24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. for ages 8-13. Step behind in time and believe life during Montana’s birthplace bang with a Historical Museum during Fort Missoula. Campers will believe a trials, tribulations and triumphs of sourroundings adult a birthplace during a finish of a 19th and early 20th centuries. Hands-on activities will assistance campers rise birthplace estimable skills and learn about a record accessible to homesteaders including steam power, timberland management, rural sciences and cooking. Visits to adjacent ancestral sites will assistance campers see their birthplace in a wider Montana landscape. $150, 10% bonus for museum members.  Registration deadline Jul 10. Call Kristjana Eyjólfsson 406-728-3476 Ext. 3 or email

Daly Mansion’s annual Youth History Camp, 251 Eastside Highway, Hamilton, Jun 22-25. Grades 4-8. Campers will debate a hollow visiting and exploring several ancestral sites in a Bitterroot Valley such as a Darby Pioneer Museum, Fort Owen State Park and a Victor Heritage Museum. The final day will be spent with campers presenting their palace “favorite things” to friends and family, and an ice cream social. To register or for some-more information, call 363-6004, Ext. 2. 

Language camps

Missoula International School Spanish Immersion Summer Camps, 1100 Harrison St. Call 542-9924, email or revisit

 • ¡Comida Maravillosa. Food Glorious Food. Jun 22-26, ages 4-11. $175 for full day, $120 for half day. From baking bread and empanadas to origination normal Bolivian fruit salad and tortillas, children will get a season for Latin American cuisine.

• ¡Viva la Musica. ¡Bailamos. Hooray for  Music. Jun 29-July 3, ages 4-11,  $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Children will learn a accumulation of songs from around a world, many of that are used as a basement of games.

• LEGO Robotics. June 29-July 2, ages 4-8, 9 am.-1 p.m. $135.  Students will use computers and LEGO materials to emanate robotic projects. This category will be taught in English.

• Poetry in Nature with Gillian Kessler, June 29-July 2, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., ages 7-11.  $125. Be desirous to emanate pleasing communication as students try a unusual town.  This category will be taught in English.

• Arte is Spanish for Art. July 6-10, ages 4-11. $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Camp focuses on Latin American art.

• Todo el Mundo es un Teatro, “All a World’s a Stage,” July 13-17, ages 4-11. Cost $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Camp explores Latin American storytelling and theatre. 

• Cultural Adventure with Mishel Vatoussis, July 20-24, ages 4-11.  $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Explore a Latin American enlightenment by language, strain and art.

• ¡Grandiosas Actividades al Aire Libre. “The Great Outdoors,” July 27-31, ages 4-11. $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Explore a several plants and animals that are partial of a Montana landscape.

• LEGO Robotics and Minecraft. July 27-31, ages 7-12. $199. Use a procedure Minecraft to live, build and tarry in an online world. This category will be taught in English.

• “Fun Games,” Aug. 3-7, ages 4-11. $175 for full day, $120 for half day.  Learn how to play normal games from all over a world.

• A debate by Latin America, Aug. 10-14, ages 4-11. Cost $175 for full day, $120 for half day. 

• “It’s off to propagandize we go.” Aug. 17-21, ages 3-5.  $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Designed to assistance students get behind into a propagandize routine.   

• Technology Rocks. Aug. 17-21, ages 7-12. $199. Build a LEGO robot, emanate video games and learn facile coding by SCRATCH.  Design and imitation a 3D intent regulating Tinkercad. This category will be taught in English.

• ¡Grandiosas Actividades al Aire Libre. Aug. 24-28, ages 4-11. $175 for full day, $120 for half day. Head outward  to try Missoula.

Alliance Francaise Summer French Camp, Jul 19-25, Georgetown Lake. Spend a week training a French denunciation and enlightenment while eating French food, enjoying sports, games and swimming. All ability levels welcome, ages 8-15. $425 before Jun 1, $475 after. Registration information and element accessible during Send registration and remuneration to a Alliance Francaise Summer Camp, PO Box 1394, Missoula, MT 59806. Contact Katie Wyskiver, (406) 241-6326 with questions.

French Camp week of Jul 13, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Would we like to pronounce French? Voulez-vous parler français? Learn French with internal Missoulian and clergyman Suzette Dussault. Learn about a food, games, songs, and practice of France while training to pronounce French. Ages 8-14. $75 week, enrollment singular to eight. Call 543-4006 to register.  

Music camps

Yoga and Music Summer Camps during Peaceful Heart Yoga with Jess Matthiae from Peaceful Heart Yoga and Callie Monroe from All Together Now Music. Yoga and approval by fun and enchanting movement, activities, games and art designed usually for kids. Music by songs, pitter-patter and instrument scrutiny and creation. Mindfulness, self-awareness and romantic empowerment woven into daily routine. All-around village building and heart centering; a respectful, kind, unwavering environment. Organic snacks, non-chemical cleaners and tiny groups. Ages 4-11 (approximately, exceptions can be finished on a box by box basis). Limited to 14 kids any week. Jul 27-31, Aug. 10-14 and Aug. 17-21, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (before and after caring can presumably be arranged).  Peaceful Heart Yoga,  725 W. Alder No. 3. $160/week. Go to for some-more info and to imitation a registration form. Email or call 239-9642.

Suzuki Institute of a Rockies, Suzuki Summer Institute Jul 26-31, University of Montana’s Music Building. Violin stay for ages 3 and adult that inspect Suzuki violin. Pre-twinkles to allege level. There are many improvement classes to select from as good as a core Suzuki classes. See website for some-more information, 

Missoula County Public Schools Summer Music Camps, Jun 15-26. Students entering fifth grade: wire and wire lessons; students entering sixth grade: core lessons and ensembles; students entering seventh/eighth grade: modernized lessons and ensembles. A fun and certain atmosphere to continue origination strain over a unchanging propagandize year. Give your incoming 5th category tyro a burst start on their wire or wire experience. Older students can file their skills or try a new instrument. For some-more information, revisit a website or call 542-4030. Class lists, times and registration forms accessible during

20th annual Montana Fiddle Camp, Monarch. Jun 7-12, 14-19. Fiddle instructors, Bobby Hicks of Marshall, North Carolina; Lynn “Chirps” Smith of Whitewater, Wisconsin; Adrianna Ciccone of Boston; Laura Dalbey of Billings and Shelby Rae Russell of Idaho Fall. Guitar instructors, Mike Dowling of Dubois, Wyoming; Bill McKay of Laramie, Wyoming; Mandonlin instructors John Reishman of Vancouver, Canada, and Reidy Buckley of Bismark, North Dakota; Banjo instructor Craig Korth of Nelson, British Colubmia. Students 17 and underneath contingency be accompanied by a primogenitor or authorised guardian. Call (406) 320-1150 or (406) 736-5391 or revisit Montana

Tangled Tones Summer Camps during Tangled Tones Music Studio, 2005 South Ave. W.  For some-more sum and to register online visit or call 396-3352.

• Summer of Rock, Jul 6-10, 9 am.-2 p.m. for ages 8-11. Form a band, record as a band, West-African palm drumming, accommodate internal performers, perform a live show. $225 by May 15; $250 after. Intermediate/Advanced eventuality for ages 12 and up, Jul 20-24, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $265 if purebred by May 15, $290 after.

• Digital Recording Camp “Record Your Own Music.” Aug. 10-14, ages 12 and up. Introduction to Recording. Jul 21-25, ages 13 and up, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Intensive Intermediate Recording. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (extra recording hours after stay for additional fee). Hands on believe with maestro recording apparatus and software; learn to set adult your home mechanism to record; arise adult any morning during stay with West-African palm drumming; record and revise your possess songs. Each member receives a DVD CD of a organisation strain video and their music. Limited to 10 participants. All campers will get particular time on a mechanism to work on their possess compositions. The recording lab offers 5 Mac computers regulating Garage Band, iMovie, and other recording programs. $225 if purebred by Jun 1; $250 after.

University of Montana Music Camps.  Call 243-6880 or Visit

• Band Camp, Jun 21-27. For students entering grades 7 to high propagandize graduate. Participants  will suffer full unison band, tiny ensemble, and solo opening opportunities. Students meddlesome in jazz will have a eventuality to attend in jazz combos, theory, listening, large band,and jazz invention classes. Optional classes embody Conducting, Composing Music online, Jazz Improvisation, Private Lessons, and  more. $450 proprietor camper cost (includes room and board, recreational activities, T-shirt and organisation photo). $225 commuter/in city stay fee. 

 Choir Camp, Jun 21-27. For students entering grades 9 to high propagandize graduate. Vocalists will sing in a camp’s vital choral ensembles as good as other cover outspoken ensembles. Choral participants accept daily instruction in sight-reading and theory. Also accessible are voice master classes, private voice lessons, and classes on special topics including techniques of singing, opening and musicianship.$550 proprietor camper cost (includes room and board, recreational activities, T-shirt and organisation photo). $350 commuter/in city stay fee. 

• Piano Camp, Jun 12-18. For students entering grades 9 to high propagandize graduate. Students attend in piano lessons, piano teams, keyboard skills and invention classes, master classes, and special topics sessions. A full array of amicable and recreational activities rounds out an moving and fun-filled week. Enrollment is limited, so early registration is encouraged. $550 proprietor camper cost (includes room and board, recreational activities, T-shirt and organisation photo). $350 commuter/in city stay fee. 

• String Camp, Jun 21-27. For students entering grades 9 to high propagandize graduate. Students will attend in daily fibre wire and cover strain rehearsals. Students will also attend daily classes such as theory, special topics classes and instrument master classes.We inspire pre-formed groups and people to apply. Rehearsal and cover strain coaching time will be spent operative on aspects of ensemble,rehearsal skills and low-pitched style. In addition, some off campus performances will be scheduled and private lessons will be accessible if desired. 

Boulder River Rhythm Camp, Jun 24-28, Camp Mimanagish, south of Big Timber. Join Drum Brothers and friends for days filled with cadence classes, strain circles, a choice to build a drum, and African dances taught by Tracy Topp. Register for two, 3 or 4 nights. All ability levels welcome. Visit or call 531-8109.

Outdoor/adventure camps

Swift Nature Camp, For boys and girls ages 6-15; two, 3 and 6 weeks. The concentration is to mix normal summer stay activities while augmenting a child’s appreciation for nature, extend and a environment. The special Discovery Camp is a nurturing procedure for first-time overnight campers, charity additional staff to yield support and support to overcome homesickness and build confidence. The procedure welcomes no some-more than 50 first-time campers, and a special courtesy that this insinuate organisation receives is a reason that some-more than 92% of them wish to return. Camp offers normal summer stay activities along with an environmental focus. 

Lewis Clark Adventure Camp, Jul 20-24, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Dunrovin Ranch. Kids learn by a believe a adventures of Captain Meriwether Lewis, Captain William Clark, their organisation and a tribes that guided them along their journey. Raft a Bitteroot River, learn about a animals that Lewis and Clark many have hunted, glow bows and arrows as good as BB guns, revisit Travelers’ Rest State Park, travel a apportionment of a Lewis and Clark Trail and suffer a waters of Lolo Hot Springs. Enrollment limited. $270 per child for members, $300 non-members with before and after caring available. Call 273-7745 or revisit

Wet Wild Adventures. Jul 13-15 and Jul 27-31. Dunrovin Ranch hosts dual weeks of tide fun showcasing some of Missoulian’s favorite tide activities. Campers will start a week exploring rivers, training about nautical insects with a Watershed Education network and fishing with “The Fish Guy.” Zootown Surfers will pierce thrills with tide rafting on a Alberton Gorge and a day spent removing feet soppy training how to kayak. Wrap adult a week floaing down a Bitterroot River roving on mount adult paddle boards. Enrollment limited. $378 per child for members, $420 non-members with before and after caring available. Call 273-7745 or revisit

Gettin’ Primitive and Goin’ Primal summer timberland encampments for boys and girls, ages 7-13, Sky Ranch during Rock Creek, Clinton. Teaching timberland skills that offer a lifetime; adventure, scrutiny and artistic play; moving curiosity, certainty and camaraderie; fostering attribute between a generations; fasten to what is furious and wonderful. Jun 12-14,  beginner skills, $155; Jul 9-12, amateur and core skills, $215. Teachings embody tracking, glow origination and preserve building; longbow archery, knots and lashing and orienteering; timberland and grassland ecology; succulent and unwholesome plant identification; storytelling, artistic qualification and strain making. Tuition includes all meals. For some-more information revisit

Junior Smokejumper Day Camp. For boys and girls ages 6-12. It is a dual hour day stay that is accessible on weekdays via a summer (from Memorial Day to Labor Day). Dates and times are by appointment; modernized reservations required. The Junior Smokejumper procedure includes glow experiments, a eventuality to check out a smokejumper bottom and try on a burst suit. The stay is located during a Missoula Smokejumper Base during 5765 W. Broadway St. To set adult a day and time, call a Visitor Center 329-4934 or email The procedure is giveaway for everyone.

GUTS (Girls Using Their Strengths). A girls outward caring procedure sponsored by YWCA Missoula, for girls ages 9-18. Call 543-6691, or download concentration during Pick adult and dump off for all overnight camps is during a YWCA Missoula office, 1130 W. Broadway. Drop off for overnight trips is during 9 a.m. on a initial day of a trip. Pick adult for overnight trips is during 5 p.m. on a final day of a trip. 

• Youth Leadership Training Trip (ages 16 and older), Jun 15-19. This outing is for gifted GUTS. girls who are prepared to take their caring to a subsequent level. This outing will concentration on outward caring training, backcountry skills, etc. during Moose Lake Cabin in a Pintlers. After execution of a training, girls will be authorised to proffer on any of a other GUTS. trips.

• Girls on Wheels Bike Adventure. (ages 9-11), Jun 29-July 3, 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Pick adult and dump off during Currents. Gain simple bike upkeep skills while navigating Missoula. The organisation will try out fun use projects (Garden City Harvest and AniMeals) and a afternoons dancing, perplexing out art, hula-hooping, swimming, stone climbing.

• Wild Horse Island Adventure,  July 7-12. Designed for initial time GUTS. Adventurers ages 11-13. Based in a Flathead Valley and Wild Horse Island, girls will boat in Flathead Lake, geocache their approach around Wild Horse Island and try out a one-night backpacking trip.

• Seeley Swan Valley Backpacking Adventure, ages 14-18, Jul 18-23. For new and returning High School GUTS. girls, this outing will try a Seeley Swan Valley. Girls contingency have backpacking believe and be prepared for a four-day, three-night backpack. Complete use training projects and try Stand Up Paddleboarding.

• Bitterroot Adventure, ages 11-13), Aug. 1-6. Designed for core propagandize girls who have attended during slightest one before Summer Outdoor Adventure. Girls will get their hands unwashed on an organic farm, try tide ecology, timberland skills, and take in a Bitterroot hollow and plateau on a three-day, two-night backpacking trip.

Zoo Town Surfers. Zoo Town Surfers has supposing peculiarity girl kayaking instruction and programs given 2004. Instructors are dedicated kayakers and lead instructors are also approved ACA instructors and swiftwater rescue technicians. All of a girl programs concentration on kayaking techniques, tide awareness, responsibility, conservation, and of course, fun. The girl boat bar creates a eventuality for internal teenagers to boat safely by a fun and understanding bar atmosphere. Students in a girl boat bar are orderly into 3 opposite groups: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The bar meets on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Any tyro in a some-more modernized organisation competence also join a organisation with reduction believe on any given day. $500 for all summer. Call 546-0370 for some-more info or go to

The 29th annual Montana Natural Resources Youth Camp (MNRYC), July 14-17,  Lubrecht Experimental Forest, 30 miles easterly of Missoula. The stay provides eventuality for high school-age students to inspect in a Montana outward sourroundings a systematic principles, mercantile realities, chronological heritage, and amicable perspectives of healthy resources and their management, raft a internal scenic river, attend in summer stay activities and suffer hands-on learning-through-discovery. Camp cost is $200. An discretionary program, a Conservation Leadership School (CLS) will also be charity for returning campers, age 16-18 ($250). CLS includes an overnight camping outing into a mountains. Campers in both programs learn about wildlife, forests, streams, soils, geology, operation lands, and mixed land-use and a hurdles of requesting these disciplines in on-the-ground management. In between a margin sessions, taught mostly by healthy apparatus organisation and courtesy professionals, campers will spend a half-day rafting a Alberton Gorge, attend in special dusk programs, correlate with guest speakers, and believe hands-on learning-through-discovery. More information as good as a stay concentration are accessible during Contact Martin Twer, 243-2775,

Missoula Outdoor Learning Adventures (MOLA) 16th annual Outdoor Adventure Summer Camp for 2015.  MOLA operates week-long sessions Jun 8-Aug. 28, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Extended hours early or late accessible during additional cost with allege notice. Rendezvous plcae is Kiwanis Park in downtown Missoula. Each week kids get to hike, bike, raft, climb, canoe, swim, and camp. Kids learn leadership, self-confidence, teamwork, outward skills, and appreciation for a nature, all while origination new friends and improving fitness. Open to kindergarten by facile school, core propagandize and high school. Age groups are typically 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-14. Leader-In-Training options are accessible for ages 15 and older.  Kids attend in a opposite activity any day, Monday by Friday, with a camp-out on Thursday nights. Parents are acquire to join  anytime. $180/week. Contact MOLA by email during, or by phone or calm during 240-2458.

Performing humanities camps

Missoula Children’s Theatre day camps are a fun operation routine for an strange MCT musical. Kids audition, are expel in a role, rehearse, and perform in a show. Space is limited, and registration is accessible to kids entering 1-12 grade. Register during, during 728-7529, or in chairman during a MCT box office. Day stay is Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $180 per day camp. Register dual weeks before to stay to accept early registration bonus of $20. Aftercare is accessible 4-5:30 p.m. for $30. Performances are Saturday or Sunday during 3 and 5 p.m.; we select a uncover day when we register your child. Two uncover tickets are enclosed in a registration.

• Day Camp 1: “Jack and a Beanstalk,”  June 22-26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 

• Day Camp 2: “The Frog Prince,”  July 6-10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.  

• Day Camp 3: “Rumpelstiltskin,”  July 20-24,  9 a.m.- 4 p.m. 

Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre Summer Camp, “Cinderella,” for ages 5-10, Jun 15- 19, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 2704 Brooks St. A enchanting summer convention that combines ballet, art and strain and culminates in a opening for family on Jun 19. For some-more information and registration, revisit, email or call 549-5155.

Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre, “So You Think You Can Dance,” for ages 8 and up, Jun 15-19, 2-5 p.m., 2704 Brooks St. Classes in contemporary, hip-hop and daub with guest choreographers and opening on Friday, Jun 19. Registration form accessible during, email or call 549-5155.

Teresa Waldorf’s 19th annual Summer Theatre Day Camp, University of Montana’s Dennison Theatre, Jul 13-18, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. for kindergarten-high school. Classes (9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.) in acting, improv, low-pitched theatre, movement, artistic play and entertainment combat. Rehearsal (2:30-4 p.m.) for a showcase opening on Saturday. Bring your possess pouch lunch for lunch on a lawn, 11:390-12:30 p.m. Special adventures Friday includes cake throwing 101, a pony-off, H2O museum Olympics, karaoke smackdown, campus peep mobs, a lapse of Mystery Soap Opera Game Show Theatre. Special stay T-shirt coloring foe for children grades K-2. , Performance Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $175. Call 721-6722, mail registration to 208 Pattee Canyon Drive, Missoula, MT 59803 or register on a website,

Slapstick Comedy with instructor Rebecca Schaffer, Jun 22-26, 9 a.m.-noon, Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. W.  For students ages 6-12, $80 members, $90 non-members. Learn a fundamentals of earthy comedy, including how to run into walls, outing and tumble and rivet in sparring all in a name of carrying a good old-fashioned, side-splitting good time. Showcase during final session. Call 549-7555 or revisit

On Center Performing Arts Studio. Summer Classes. All summer programs have a $30 registration fee. Call for sum on induction for camps and classes. (406) 542-0730. Visit “Use It or Lose It.”. Technique classes – keep your skills adult over a summer, Jun 23-July 31. Baby Ballet (must be potty trained), ages 2-3, Tuesday, 6 p.m. and Wednesday, 5:15 p.m. Pre Ballet Tap, ages 4-6, Tuesday, 6 p.m. and Wednesday, 5:15 p.m. Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo class, ages 7-11, Tuesday, 6 p.m. and Wednesday 5:.5 p.m. Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo class, ages 12 and older, Wednesday, 6:15 p.m. Jr./Pre Ap Ballet, ages 7-12, Tuesday and Thursday, 4 p.m. Ap/Sr Ballet, ages 12 and older, Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Jr./Pre Ap Jazz, ages 7-12, Tuesday, 5 p.m.; Jr/Pre Ap Hip Hop, ages 7-12, Wednesday 5:15 p.m.; Ap/Sr Hip Hop, ages 12 and older, Wednesday 6:15 p.m. Jr/Pre Ap Contemporary, ages 7-12, Thursday 5 p.m.; A./Sr. Contemporary, ages 12 and older, Thursday 3:30 p.m. Beginning Tap, Tuesday, 5 p.m. Jr/Pre Ap Tap, ages 7-12, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Ap/Sr Tap, ages 12 and older, Thursday, 5 p.m.

• Upstart Performing Arts Camp, ages 4-7, Jun 22-26 and Jul 20-24. Camps embody classes in ballet, jazz, tap, acting, voice, arts, crafts and culminates in a “Rising Star” opening for their families. Full day, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. or half day (9 a.m.-noon or noon-3 p.m.) Full day $175 for full week; half day $95 for full week.

• Summer Intensive Camp, Aug. 17-21. Designed to rise a versatile behaving artist. Focusing on ballet, tap, jazz and low-pitched theatre. Ages 7-9 Junior Camp (some dance recommended), $250. Ages 10-13, Pre-Ap/Apprentice Camp (experience required), $275. Ages 13-adult, Senior Camp (experience required, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., $275.

Kids’ Mystery Dinner Party. Week of Jul 27 and Aug. 17, 12:30-4:30 p.m.  “It was a dim and inclement night…at a cooking celebration of a abounding and famous, a guest had usually sat down to suffer a initial march of a wealthy feast of “la cuisine française”, when, in “un manoeuvre de tonnerre”, a lights went out, and Mme Très Riche let out a trenchant scream: her late husband’s many changed climax wealth had been snatched from her neck . Who committed this brazen crime ? Help solve a poser while scheming and enjoying “un caf� elegant.”  $100, enrollment is singular to 8. Phone Suzette Dussault during 543-4006 to register.  

Summer Youth Theater Workshop, Jun 15-19, 22-26, 9:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m., Stevensville Playhouse. For students ages 6-14. Youth behaving convention ends with a uncover highlighting your new melodramatic skills on Jun 27. Led by Doreen Roos, maestro of many stages and plays. $150. Call 777-2722 to register or for some-more information.

Ballet Arts Academy DANCEcamp for kids, ages 3-10, Jun 15-19 and Jul 20-24, “Adventures in Classical Ballet.” Intermediate Intensive, ages 11-14, Jul 13-17, classes in ballet, pointe, jazz, complicated and choreography. Advanced Intensive (intermediate/advanced turn dancers ages 14 and up), Aug. 10-14, classes in ballet, pointe, jazz, complicated and choreography. Ballet Arts Academy is located during 1620 Rodgers St., Suite 3. Call 549-3081 or email

The Missoula Irish Dancers Summer Camp. Beginner class,  8:45-10:15 a.m. (other classes are after in a day-times to be announced). Boys and girls ages 5-18 welcome. Room 035 PARTV Center during a University of Montana. $80 ($10 off per additional sibling). includes a t-shirt. Contact for some-more information.

Photography camps

Kids Photography Class. Week of Jul 6, Jul 20 and Aug. 10, 12:30-4:30 p.m.  Want to try a many interesting, fascinating, and singular places your hometown has to offer? Learn how to use your digital camera with photographer Suzette Dussault. Friday art opening for family and friends.  $100 per week, enrollment singular to 6. Phone 543-4006 for information and to register.  

Religious camps

Missoula Alliance Church, 100 E. Foss Ct., will be hosting Summer Adventure Week, Jun 15-19. The thesis is “From Creation to a Cross.” This is a giveaway stay open to children entering grades 1-6. Dramas, crafts, experiments, games and snacks will all be partial of a fun. To register, call 251-3983 or

Big Sky Bible Camp. A non-denominational, evangelical, non-charismatic Bible training ministry. The settled goals are to pierce people to know a Lord Jesus privately as Savior and Lord, and afterwards to lead them in stairs of personal Christian growth. Located on a west side of a Rockies, about 100 miles north of Missoula, a 220-acre stay ability is located on an 80 hactare lake. About 40 mins from Glacier National Park and about 4 or 5 miles north of a city of Bigfork. Summer girl camps that are hold Jun – Aug – 4 weeks for juniors (grades 3-6), dual weeks for girl high (grades 6-8), one week for high schoolers, and dual weeks for people with disabilities. There are also backpacking trips going out from mid-July by mid-August. Register online during or call (406) 837-4864.

Dickey Lake Bible Camp, Trego. Family Camp, Jul 3-5; Junior Camp (kids entering grades 4-6) Jul 6-10; Junior High Boys stay (boys entering grades 6-9) Jul 13-17; Junior High Girls stay (girls entering grades 6-9) Jul 20-24; High School Camp (boys and girls entering grades 9-graduation) Jul 27-31. 1. On-line registration or mail in registration forms can be found during If we are meddlesome in being a counselor, a concentration can be found on a website. Send questions to

Camp Utmost – A non-denominational Christian stay operated by Rocky Mountain Bible Mission given 1958, located usually off Highway 200 during mile 30 1/2, circuitously Clearwater Junction between Missoula and Seeley Lake. In a heart of an outward distraction area, a week of stay provides a accumulation of activities utilizing on-site comforts as good as circuitously rivers, lakes and forests including Bible inspect and teaching, rafting, canoeing, swimming, archery and purloin skills and safety, H2O slide, crafts, times of ceremony and many other on-site games and activities. Each week of stay cost $120 with a bonus of $10 given to those purebred during slightest 10 days before any stay starts.   Grades 8-9, co-ed, Jun 15-20; boys grades 6-7, Jun 22-26; girls grades 6-7, Jul 6-10; boys grades 4-5, Jul 13-17; girls grades 4-5, Jul 20-24. A high propagandize co-ed camp, Jul 24-27,  $105. Information and registration accessible online during, call (406) 244-0049 or email during

Glacier Camp. Since 1931, kids have been carrying a time of their lives during Glacier Camp, where we aspire to assistance your child have both a many noted week of their summer and an authentic confront with Jesus Christ. Located on a west seaside of pleasing Flathead Lake, usually 6 miles south of Lakeside, there are camps for children ages 5-18 as good as summer programs for adults of all ages. New this year is GrandCamp, an eventuality for grandparents and grandkids to stay together (private bedrooms in Spruce Lodge). Other special programming includes Horse Camp, dual Mini Camp sessions and Day Camp. All camps underline normal stay activities, including archery, hiking, crafts, and waterfront activities, including a overwhelming H2O trampoline. To learn some-more or register, revisit, call (406) 844-2114 or email

Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp. Located on a western shores of pleasing Flathead Lake, FLBC offers overnight camps for children entering grades 3 to 12. Camps are charity Jun 14-Aug. 14. Camp programs include: basketball camp, choir camp, sailing, horseback riding, outback camping, backpacking, whitewater rafting, and more. Camp scholarships accessible to families in need. Open to everyone. Register possibly online during or call (406) 752-6602.

Camp Perea is an overdo tour stay for teenagers (middle/high propagandize age) that puts them in a core of overwhelming activities such as white H2O rafting, stone climbing and backpacking all while being a protected place to hear some-more about Jesus and rise life changing relations between leaders and friends. Visit for some-more information or to register.

Science camps

Game and Mobile Application Programming Camp for core propagandize students, Jul 27-31, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Interested in training how to procedure mobile games? What to learn some-more about computers? Spend a week this summer with experts in a Computer Science Department during a University of Montana to emanate interactive apps and games for phones, tablets, and computers regulating a series of technologies. Explore a universe of mechanism programming and learn a sparkling possibilities of this rising technology. Feel giveaway to pierce all iPods, iPads, Android tablets and phones. $225. Contact Michael Cassens during or 370-1684.

Game Programming Camp for high propagandize students, Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-noon. Ready to have some fun programming? Let’s emanate games and applications regulating Android, Codea, HTML5, XNA for Xbox 360, Python, Processing, Game Maker, and Java. We will try opposite programming languages and build games via this week prolonged camp. Come join us this summer in a Department of Computer Science during a University of Montana for diversion programming. Cost $185. Contact Michael Cassens,; 370-1684.

Montana Natural History Center Summer Science Discovery Day Camps. 120 Hickory St. Phone 327-0405 or revisit Full-day camps, Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Before and after caring is accessible giveaway from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Camps start and finish during MNHC, 120 Hickory St. Camps embody margin trips to surrounding areas. Camps costs before Jun for for pre-K camps are $176 members, $198 non-members; $195/$220 after Jun 1. K-5 stay costs $158 members, $176 non-members; $175/$195 after Jun 1. Scholarships are available. MNHC memberships can be purchased annually for $50 per family. Ages: Camp themes and calm are geared towards students in a specific category range. This allows a instructors to devise activities that work best for students in those grades.

•  “Mini Biologists,” Jun 15-19, inspect insects, mammals, scat and track.

• “Nature’s Music,” Jul 6-10, learn about sounds we hear in inlet any day.

• “Micro Meanders,” Jul 20-24, inspect a garden outward MNHC regulating your palm lenses.

• “Waddling Waders,” Aug. 3-7, find out opposite kinds of animals that live in water.

 •“Predator Prowl,” Jun 22-26, learn about predators in Missoula.

•  “Incredible Insects,” Jul 13-17.

• “Hooray for Habitats. Jul 27-3, try around MNHC, Fort Missoula and Council Grove to see what creates any site an value place to live for critters.

•  “Wonderful Wetlands,” Aug. 10-14, try circuitously nautical habitats.

•  “Jr. Survivor,” Jun 15-19, learn about building shelters, how to stay protected and not get mislaid and more.

• “Go Fish,” Jun 22-26, in serve to fishing, learn about nautical invertebrates.

• “Montana Mammals,” Jun 29-July 3, Take a outing to a Bison Range  and learn about mammals that live nearby.

• “Rockin’ Rocks I,” Jun 29-July 3,  make your possess fossils, start a stone collection, cave for gemstones.

• “Nature Art,” Jul 6-10, make valuables and art regulating healthy materials.

• “Tracks and Scat,” Jul 13-17, try internal areas and demeanour for signs of wildlife.

• “Things with Wings,” Jul 20-24, brand birds, learn bird calls and more.

• “Fire Camp.” Jul 27-31, revisit a glow lab during a Smokejumper’s Center, do experiments and more.

• “Rockin’ Rocks II,” Aug. 3-7, make your possess fossils, start a stone collection, cave for gemstones.

• “Wild About Water,” Aug. 3-7, try nautical habitats around Missoula and learn about a H2O cycl.

• “Junior Naturalists,” Aug. 10-14, travel trails around Missoula and Seeley Lake.

• “Bazillions of Bugs,” Aug. 10-14, inspect what creates insects so special.

• “Mineral Madness,” Jun 15-19, try minerals and rocks by fun activities.

• “Theatre and Nature,” Jun 22-26, furnish a inlet themed play.

• “Bugs and Slugs,” Jun 20-July 3, demeanour for insects and other invertebrates regulating nets, palm lenses and microscopes.

• “Wild Explorers,” Jul 6-10, try trails in Seeley Lake and a Nine Mile.

• “Animal Adventures,” Jul 13-17, spend a days with Animal Wonders in Potomac.

•  “Into a Wild,” Jul 20-24, spend a week in a woods including an overnight backpacking trip.

• “Hooked on Fishing,” Jul 27-31, learn about tide ecology, fish in Montana and how to locate a large one.

• “Outdoor Adventures,” Aug. 3-7, learn about archery, do some fishing, orienteering and map reading.

•  “Super Scientists,” Aug. 10-14.

Camp Invention, a nation’s premier summer improvement day stay procedure that is upheld by a United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and a National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF), Jun 22-26, C.S. Porter Middle School, for students entering grades one-six Camp Invention is a usually nationally famous summer procedure focused on creativity, innovation, real-world problem elucidate and a suggestion of invention. Through hands-on programming, Camp Invention encourages children in grades 1-6 to try Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics curriculum desirous by some a world’s good inventors. Camp Invention, a National Inventors Hall of Fame and a Collegiate Inventors Competition offer as a management on moving invention and harmonise Invent Now. This year’s Camp Invention curriculum is called Illuminate and will inspire children to try their expertise in a Design Studio: Illuminate module, questioning circuits and holding on a nature-inspired pattern challenge.  For additional information, revisit

SpectrUM Discovery Area Summer Camps 2015. Scholarships accessible for families in need. Participants pierce possess lunch. To pointer up, call 728-STEM (7836).

• “Get Set to Be a Vet,” ages 6-9, Jun 15-19, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., $220. Experience a careers of veterinarians, learn how to take improved caring of your pets and make dog treats. 

• “Robotics,” ages 8-11, Jun 15-19, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Explore a unusual universe of robotics by programming robots that move, talk, see, and clarity their surroundings.  

• “Little Explorers: Chemistry,” ages 3-4, Jun 15-16, 9 a.m.-noon. $50.

• “Little Explorers: Chemistry,” ages 4-5, Jun 22-23, 9 a.m.-noon. $50.

• “Aquatic Robotics,” ages 10-14, Jun 22-24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $135.  Work in teams to erect a accumulation of underwater drudge designs while questioning weight and buoyancy. Explore sea engineering concepts, learn simple skills in boat and submarine design, and exam out a remotely operated vehicles in a Grizzly Pool and Clark Fork River.

• “Camp Contraption,” ages 7-10, Jun 22-26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220.  Create Rube Goldberg Devices, drifting contraptions, catapults, bridges, and more. Explore a engineering pattern routine to emanate super buoyant balloons and windmills.  

• “Rocket Science,” ages 9-12, Jun 22-26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220.  Design high-flying stomp rockets and learn how to establish how high they fly.  

• “Explosive Chemistry,” ages 10-14, Jun 29- Jul 2, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $175.   Make your possess sparklers and control sparkling chemistry experiments. Study a properties of matter and chemical reactions with glass nitrogen, slime, and dry ice.  

• “Crime Scene Investigation,” ages 8-11, Jun 29- Jul 1, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $135.  Work with a organisation to map a crime, inspect fibers underneath a microscope, and fingerprint suspects. You are a detective, and we contingency use all a debate collection we have to moment a case. This stay will take place during spectrUM Downtown.

• “Biology Boot Camp,” ages 8-11, Jul 6-10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220 Investigate a form and duty of a accumulation of animal viscera by a routine of dissection. Learn how a heart beats, try medical careers, and get hands-on with Sim Man, who needs your assistance to stay healthy.

• “Get Set to Be a Vet,” ages 6-9, Jul 6-10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Experience a careers of veterinarians, learn how to take improved caring of your pets and make dog treats.  

• “Little Explorers: Get Magnetic,” ages 3-4, Jul 6-7, 9 a.m.-noon. $50.

• “Little Explorers: Get Magnetic,” ages 4-5, Jul 13-14, 9 a.m.-noon. $50.

• “Robotics,” ages 9-12, Jul 13-17, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Program robots that move, talk, see, and clarity their surroundings.  

• “Magic of Chemistry,” ages 7-10, Jul 13-17, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Explore a fascinating universe of chemistry as we remove DNA, besiege copper with electrolysis, emanate bursting elephant toothpaste, and more.

• “3D Printing,” ages 10-14, Jul 20- 22, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $135.  Create designs on a computer, and imitation them out regulating spectrUM’s 3D printer.  

• “Energy Explorers,” ages 8-12, Jul 20-24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Explore nourishment and practice science. You’ll learn about how what we put into your physique is remade into appetite and how your physique uses energy. 

• “Biodesign Engineers,” ages 9-12, Jul 27-31, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Learn how to preserve healthy resources, revoke waste, reuse trash, and recycle materials. Learn how wind, solar, and hydroelectric appetite work and build your possess mini-generators.  

• “Tech Club: Technology Tasters,” ages 6-9, Jul 27-31, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Experiment with all kinds of things we can do with electricity and technology.  

• “Pirate Adventures,” ages 6-9, Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220  Make your possess telescope, speak about a life of a bandit and what happens when we remove an eye.  

• “Tech Club: Virtual Worlds,” ages 10-14, Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Create your possess charcterised film or diversion with iStop Motion Animation and MIT-created Scratch programs. 

• “Cosmic Cadets,” ages 8-12, Aug. 10-13, sleepover Aug. 14, 6 p.m.-9:30 a.m. $220.  Explore a cratered surfaces of planets and moons, make a comet, try apart galaxies, sight like an wanderer and revisit a planetarium.  

• “Robotics,” ages 7-10, Aug. 10-14, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220.  Program robots that move, talk, see, and clarity their surroundings.  

• “SciGirls: Get Tech.” ages 9-13, Aug. 17-21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220. Learn how to send digital messages, learn about circuits as we emanate electric mix creatures, emanate your possess high-tech fashion, and build and procedure LEGO robots.

• “Best in Show,” ages 6-9, Aug. 17- 21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $220.   Explore a opposite extend subject any day.

Glacier Institute offers Youth Science Adventure Camps during a Big Creek Outdoor Education Campus along a North Fork of a Flathead River adjacent to Glacier National Park. To register, hit a Kalispell Main Office, (406) 755-1211, or revisit Grizzly Cub Mini Camp, Jun 14-16, ages 7-9, $125; Bullfrog Young Naturalist Camp, Jun 17-19 ages 9-12, $125; Soaring Eagle Backcountry Wilderness Camp, Jun 28-July 3, ages 14-16, $400. Soaring Eaglet Backcountry Wilderness Camp, Jul 6-10, ages 11-13, $350. Bear Paw Young Naturalist Camp, Aug. 9-14, ages 9-12, $350. Woolly Bugger Flyfishing Camp, Aug. 2-5, ages 11-14, $250. Wolf Pup Mini Camp, Aug. 16-18, ages 7-9, $125.

Social skills camps

YETI (Youth Engagement Through Intervention) Social Skills Camp. University of Montana RiteCare Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic. YETI Explorers Camp, Jun 15-19, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (sack lunch required). YETI Arts Camp, Jun 22-26, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (sack lunch required). For propagandize age children (2nd by 6th grade) who have amicable ability hurdles delegate to a diagnosis of autism or associated disorders. YETI provides amicable skills involvement (speech/language therapy) in a fun and protected sourroundings with a 1:1 ratio of adults to children. $265 or word competence be billed (prescription required). To secure a spot, a non-refundable $25 cost is compulsory for one camp. $40 for both camps. Call 243-2405 to ask a registration packet.

Camp CHRONICLE (Creating High-quality Renderings Original Narratives in a Language-rich Environment), Jun 19-July 3, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 (sack lunch required). For children aged 9-11 years who believe problems with reading or essay (e.g., dyslexia, reading grasp deficits, problem with spelling or grammar, or onslaught with planning, organizing, and prioritizing tasks in completing a project). Each camper will accept a finish language-literacy analysis to establish his or her areas of specific need. Campers will learn strategies to urge their education skills while formulating an strange comic with assistance from a maestro comic book illustrator. Since a adult-to-camper ratio is 1:1, campers will advantage from both organisation and particular instruction. The sum cost of a stay is $1,306; however, many word skeleton cover $1,056, withdrawal an out-of-pocket remuneration of $250 for a 2-week camp. Need-based scholarships are also available. To secure a spot, a non-refundable $25 cost is compulsory when a concentration is submitted (which will be practical to a cost of a camp). Call 243-2626 to ask a registration packet.

Sports/fitness camps

Missoula Osprey Baseball Camp, Aug. 17-129, Ogren Park during Allegiance Field, ages 8-14. Camp includes lunch, dual indifferent tickets to any home diversion during a stay and an on-field approval for campers before a diversion on Aug. 19. $90, register during MSO Hub, 140 N. Higgins or by pursuit 543-3300. Visit

Spartan Youth Basketball Camp for grades K-8, Jun 15-18, Sentinel High School. Grades K-3, morning session, and grades 4-8, afternoon session. Learn a fundamentals of basketball and how to play in an orderly organisation structure. $60 for grades K-1; $70 for grades 2-8. Fees boost $5 after Jun 1. Camp applications accessible during or call manager Jay Jagelski, (406) 459-3848.

Lil’ Spartan Football Camp. Spartan football coaches and players horde a Lil’ Spartan Football Camp for tyro athletes entering grades 1-4. Jul 28-30, 9-10:30 a.m., Sentinel High School Football Fields. The stay is $35. An importance will be placed on a correct techniques and fundamentals used in building football skills. These include: blocking, tackling, passing, receiving, kicking, and other specialties such as prolonged snapping, punting and kicking. For some-more information go to and click on a camps add-on or calm Coach Oliver during 360-0276.

Future Spartan Football Camp. Spartan football coaches and players will be hosting a Future Champs Spartan Football Camp for tyro athletes entering grades 5-8, Jul 28-30, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Sentinel High School Football Fields. The stay is $45. An importance will be placed on a correct techniques and fundamentals used in building football skills. These include: blocking, tackling, passing, receiving, kicking, and other specialties such as prolonged snapping, punting and kicking. For some-more information go to and click on a camps add-on or calm Coach Oliver during 360-0276.

Deden Basketball Camp for boys and girls entering kindergarten-eighth grade, Jun 22-25. Cost before to Jun 1 is  $70; $75 after Jun 1. Deden Basketball Camp for high propagandize girls entering ninth-12th grade, Jul 13-16,  $70. For some-more information call Karen Deden 546-9230, for stay forms go to and click on Deden Basketball Camp.

38th annual Hays Hoop Camp, Hellgate High School gym. Jun 15- 18, boys grades 4-8, 8:30 a.m.-noon and girls grades 4-8, 1-4 p.m.; Jun 29-July 2, girls grades 4-8, 8:30 a.m.-noon and boys grades 4-8, 1-4:30 p.m. Jul 6-9, boys and girls grades 4-8, 8:30 a.m.-noon and boys and girls grades 1-3, 1-3 p.m. Longest regulating basketball stay in Western Montana for boys and girls of all abilities. Camp counselors are tide coaches, former players and tide collegiate players. For additional information and registration form, revisit

Weekly Junior Tennis Programming. PEAK Health Wellness Center, 4990 Buckhouse Lane. Phone Scott Potter, tennis director, 251-3356 Ext. 11 or email Jun 15-18 Jun 29-July 2, Jul 13-16 , Jul 27-30, Aug. 3-6 and Aug. 17-20.

• Quick Start, ages 4-10. Monday-Thursday, 9-10 a.m.. $40 per week for members, $50 per week for bar members and $60 per week for guests. Quick Start Tennis is an sparkling format for training tennis, designed to pierce kids into a diversion by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter justice measure and mutated scoring, all tailored to age and size. It’s a fast, fun approach to get kids into tennis and keep them playing. Kids will be divided in 4-7 (use a 36 feet court) and 8-10 (use a 60 feet court) year age groups.

• Futures, ages 10-15, Monday-Thursday, 9-10:30 a.m. $60 per week for members, $75 per week for bar members and $90 per week for guests. Juniors in this category competence have had lessons before though are not utterly prepared for compare play. Players will be divided into suitable groups formed on ability, age and maestro opinion. Lessons will embody cadence mechanics, earthy tasks, diversion drilling and conditioning, Challengers/Tournament Group, ages 12-18, Monday-Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-noon. $60 per week for members, $75 per week for bar members and $90 per week for guests. Participants should know how to play and keep score.  This organisation also is for a dedicated girl meddlesome in personification tournaments and posterior state and informal success. Tournament Group is before famous as Team Peak.

Peak Junior Tennis Camps. PEAK Health Wellness Center, 4990 Buckhouse Lane. Phone Scott Potter, tennis director, 251-3356 Ext. 11 or email Jun 22-25, Jul 20-23 and Aug. 10-13. $250 per camper. Doesn’t embody housing, food or transportation. Monday- Thursday, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. (instruction); Monday and Wednesday, 3-5 p.m. (Match play). The Peak Racquet Club will be charity 3 4 day prolonged tennis camps this summer. Tennis camps are geared to ages 10-18 and players who have played tournaments and high propagandize tennis. Each stay will embody of 4 hours of instruction (Monday by Thursday) and dual afternoon compare play opportunities on Monday and Wednesday for a sum of 20 hours of tennis/week. Camps will embody cadence mechanics, aptness testing, diversion drilling, conditioning, singles and doubles devise and more. Players will be divided into suitable groups formed on maestro opinion, actor dedication, attitude, effort, technical abilities and age. These camps are some-more live round than passed round based.  

University of Montana Campus Recreation Youth Camps. Eleven, week-long sessions, Jun 15-Aug. 28. Each week campers will have a eventuality to take partial in 3 float instruction sessions during a Grizzly Pool, aptness activities, outward adventures, educational sessions and qualification activities to go along with any weekly morning activity theme. Campus Recreation Youth Camps are guided by University of Montana students and engrossed by a campers. Children have a eventuality to believe all a University of Montana, Campus Recreation and a Missoula village has to offer. Jun 15-19, outward adventure, hiking, biking climbing; Jun 22-26, soccer; Jun 29-July 3, tellurian sports; Jul 6-10, baseball/softball; Jul 13-17, lane and field; Jul 20-24, stadium games; Jul 27-31, outward adventure, river, climbing, camping; Aug. 3-7, football/volleyball; Aug. 10-14, lacrosse; Aug. 17-21, basketball; Aug. 24-28, racquet sports. $145 per week; $135 additional child; $10 pre rec hour, 7:30-8:30 p.m. and $20 after Rec hours, 3-5 p.m. Camp hours: 8-8:30 a.m., dump off; 3-3:30 p.m., collect up. Register online or by phone, 243-5295. For online registration, University of Montana employees and students will be stirred to record into Campus Recreation’s online portal regulating their NetID (same login information as Cyberbear). The General Public is invited to emanate a new member comment (if not finished so already), that will afterwards be used for all registrations regulating a online portal. ( Email; visit

Mismo Gymnastics Premiere Summer Camps. 1900 W. Broadway. Nine weeks of summer camps. Learning, gymnastics, crafts, games. Full day/full week, $180 members, $200 non-members. Half day/full week, $120 members, $140 non-members. Daily prices available. Phone 728-0908 or revisit

Fast Pitch Softball Summer Camp hosted by MT Avalanche Fastpitch Club for girls ages 8-16, Jun 23-25, 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., Westside Fields, 3434 Spurgin Road. Fast paced hospital focused on building a skills that are essential to success on a softball margin during all ability levels. Athletes will accept hands-on instruction in both descent and defensive drills. The hospital purpose is to learn fundamentals as good as a modernized skills of fastpitch softball to several age levels. Players will serve rise particular skills by particular and multiplayer drills. Clinic includes mixed attack stations, with any actor receiving particular attack instruction. $150, and a reduced kin rate is provided. Download stay information and registration during (under “Softball Clinic Info”) or call Jackie White, bar coordinator, 240-4075.

UK Elite/Missoula Strikers Soccer Camp. Jul 6-10 and Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-noon, Playfair Park. Soccer stay for ages 5-18, $140. The UK Elite Soccer camps aim to urge any players particular technique, ability and tactical knowledge. The camps use a UK Elite Global Soccer Curriculum to learn techniques from a best soccer nations in a world. Players will accept maestro instruction from a UK Elite coaches in age suitable groups. This year we will also be adding a High School Aged stay that will yield modernized training for high propagandize aged players. Players will also accept a UK Elite jersey and particular actor evaluation. Register during Contact Dan during or call (206) 406-5855.

Strength Team 2015 Summer Camp for boys and girls in grades 4-9, Aug. 10-14, Camp Utmost, 12500 Utmost Way, Greenough. $175 if purebred by May 31. $225 after, scholarships accessible for subordinate campers. Interact with maestro athletes in a good outdoors. Activities embody outward H2O park, tide rafting and canoeing, archery range, basketball court, pool table, ping pong table, games, barrier course, life distance foosball, hiking and fishing. Call (888)778-3628 or revisit

Copa Mundial Youth Soccer Camp: Learn Spanish and soccer. Jul 20-24, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Big Sky High School. $300 covers all costs. For a initial time, a “Catalan Secret” will be conducting a stay for kids aged U8-U14. This unusual stay will be a day-camp for kids who operation from comprehensive beginners to modernized soccer players. The soccer stay will offer all levels of training and give participants a suitable hurdles to take their diversion to a subsequent level. The concentration of a morning eventuality is soccer, while in a afternoon session, kids will concentration on training Spanish while they play soccer, games, and do a accumulation of activities. The coaches are maestro soccer coaches from Barcelona who have coached during a tip levels in Spain and around a world. They also have believe operative with immature kids to maestro organisation and women.  The coaches will be assisted by internal Spanish teachers in a afternoon sessions as we find to give students additional opportunities to grow and learn. Call Jay Bostrom, (406) 459-7585 or email to a courtesy of Pere Bascú for some-more information about a camps and how to register.

Third annual Catalan Secret Soccer Camp during Big Sky High School, Jul 27-31 Two sessions per day (9-11 a.m. and 3-5 p.m). $250 covers all costs.  Open to all high propagandize soccer players of Montana who are inspired to pierce their diversion to a subsequent turn and suffer a pleasing game. You will be coached by maestro coaches from Barcelona. Technical and tactical training, a hospital about how to be recruited for college soccer, and a brief convention on a informative hurdles of implementing a “Catalan Secret” methodology in opposite countries like China or a US. Call Jay Bostrom, (406) 459-7585 or email to a courtesy of Pere Bascú for some-more information about a camps and how to register.

Lolo School Booster Club Summer Sports Camps. Fourth annual Jump Rope Camp, Jun 29-July 3 (register by Jun 12), 9 a.m.-noon, boys and girls ages 7 and up, reduce Lolo School gym. $55 per jumper (fee includes a specialized rope). $60 after Jun 12. Call 273-3806. Registration forms on propagandize website The element of this half-day stay will be a training of singular and prolonged wire skills. Each jumper will be placed in an age ability-matched organisation to maximize their training experience. Instructors JoDee Dunbar and Kristine Comstock have 20-plus years believe competing in local, regional, inhabitant and universe tournaments.

Seventh annual Lolo School Volleyball Camp, Jun 29-July 2, 3:30-4:30 p.m., reduce Lolo School gym, for girls entering grades 6-9. $60 ($70 if registration mailed after Jun 12). Call 273-3806. Registration forms on propagandize website Head coach, Erin Keffler, Sentinel High School conduct volleyball coach, was a UM Grizzly actor from 1987-1990. She served as sophomore manager and varsity partner during her alma mater, Missoula Hellgate, for several years. She has also been a Master turn central for 6 years. Camp will embody instruction in fundamentals of serving, flitting and hitting, skills contests and organisation competition.

Fifth annual Multi-Sport Camp, Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Lolo School Field and reduce gym area. Students entering grades 1-6. Camp will concentration on elemental sports skills. Sports such as: basketball, football, soccer, track, baseball, volleyball, lacrosse, rugby, tennis. Daily report to be determined, call with questions 273-3806. Early Bird pointer adult before Jul 20, $110. Jul 20-Aug. 3, $125, siblings: after initial child full price, all siblings $15 off ($95 early bird or $110 unchanging registration). Single Day pointer adult $30 per tyro per day. Staff: Lolo Coaches Joe Black, primogenitor volunteers, 8th category and high propagandize volunteers. Registration forms on propagandize website

Golf Camp, work on your pitch and simple skills, Jul 21-23, dual hours any day, Linda Vista Golf Course. For incoming first-eighth graders. $85 before Jul 13 and $95 after. Registration Forms on propagandize website

FLDRC@Dickey Lake. Jun 14-17, Jun 18-21 or Jun 22-25. Running stay is educational, challenging, and many importantly, fun. The 4 day stay includes morning and afternoon runs that take we by some of a overwhelming trails that Montana has to offer. Runners will be orderly into groups and taken to a route heads by van. Throughout your believe during a stay we will have a eventuality to learn all about opposite aspects of running. These educational sessions embody profitable information about training, racing devise and tactics, competition psychology, nutrition, damage prevention, regulating shoes and equipment, proclivity and idea setting, and organisation building. $195. Apply during Contact Sara Brist, (406) 755-6991.

Robin Selvig’s Lady Griz Cage Camp 2015 (girls only). Team Camp, finished grades 5 -11, Jun 14-16. Contact Shannon Schweyen for specifics, 243-5338. Overnight Camp, finished grades 5 -11, Jun 21-24. $320, stay on campus; $250, commuter camper with lunch and dinner; $200, commuter camper yield possess meals. For some-more information on Overnight camps, hit Trish Duce, 243-5779. Day camp, finished grades K-8, Jul 13-16, $100. For some-more information on day camps, hit Sonya Rogers, 243-5941.

Griz Basketball Camps (boys only). Team Camp, high school, Jun 12-14. Contact Marlon Stewart for specifics, (925) 255-6248. Overnight Camp, entering grades 5-12, Jun 18-21. $300, stay on campus; $255, commuter camper with lunch and dinner; $220, commuter camper yield possess meals. Day Camp, entering grades K-7, Jul 7-9 (lunch provided), $165. Register online for boys stay usually during For some-more information, hit Julie Tonkin, 243-5334.

Grizzly Football Camps. Visit

• Youth Football Camp, ages 8-13 (cannot be entering ninth grade), Jun 15-16. 

•Team Camp (individuals welcome, entering grades 9-12), Jun 18-20.

• 7 on 7 Team Shootout (entering grades 9-12), Jun 21.

• Grizzly Big Man (entering grades 9-12), Jun 21.

• Individual Camp, entering grades 9-12), Jun 22.

Grizzly Soccer Camps. Visit

• Session I, Jun 15-19 (girls and boys). ‘Lil Griz Academy, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 5-10; Griz Full Day Academy, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., ages 10-16; Griz Goalkeeper Academy, in organisation with all camps.

•  Session II, Jul 14-19 (girls and boys). Advanced Academy, residential/commuter, ages 10-14. Elite College Academy, residential/commuter, enter grades 9-12; Team Academy, high propagandize and bar teams (contact for details). Griz Goalkeeper Academy, in organisation with all camps.  

Grizzly Volleyball Camps. You8th Skills Camp, grades 4-8, Jun 26-27; Advanced Skills Camp, grades 9-12, Jul 24-26. Contact Kandice Gregorak, (406) 860-3096.

Grizzly Tennis Lessons/Clinics. For particular and organisation tennis lessons and clinics, hit women’s tennis manager Steve Ascher during 370-9436.

Athletics 4 Kids hosts a summer Strength, Speed and Agility camp, Jun 22-July 23, Sentinel High School. For 5 weeks a campers will learn a advantages of vital a healthy lifestyle. The stay offers not usually a earthy aspect of vital healthier though your kids will also be coached on how to eat properly, how to set receptive goals, and be introduced to choice ways to stay healthy. The cost is $100. Session times are, 7:30-10:30 a.m. for kids entering grades 10-12, and 8:30-10:30 a.m. or kids entering grades 6-9. Brochures can be located during For questions, hit Craig Mettler, (406) 546-0945.

Little Grizzly Sports annual football FUNdamental camp, Jul 6-9, Sentinel Fields for girl grades 2-8. Camp focuses on fundamentals of football including tackling, blocking, kicking, strength conditioning, running, throwing and kicking. Also games will be played any day with motivational speakers featured via a stay and awards/sport shirts given on a final day. Morning stay is for players entering second-fifth category from 9:30 a.m.-noon. Afternoon stay is from 1-3:30 p.m. for sixth-eighth-graders. The stay is in a 15th year and facilities UM football players aiding manager along with tip prep players and internal girl coaches. Sign-up on-line during or call Bob Hermes during 531-5300 for some-more information. Cost for a stay is $85. Sign-up is limited, early sign-up is suggested.

NBA Basketball Camp with guest Michael Ray Richardson and Otis Birdsong, Aug. 22,, 9 a.m.-1 pm. for boys grades 4-12 and Aug. 23, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for girls only, Salish Kootenai College gym, Pablo. $65.  A football stay with 1981 Heisman Trophy leader and 1983 Super play MVP, Marcus Allen of a Oakland Raiders hold that same weekend. Call (406) 212-1699  or mail

Unparalleled Movement Summer Camps. 216 Commerce St. Parkour, giveaway running, Ninja Warrior, many more. Reserve a mark by calling, (406) 530-9054. Visit

Larchmont Golf Course, 3200 Fort Missoula Road. Phone 721-4416. Intro to golf, Jun 16-18, Jun 23-25, Jul 7-9, 14-16 and 28-30. Campers are introduced to a full swing, chipping and putting. The cost is $25. Get Course Ready, Jun 16-18, 23-25, Jul 7-9, 14-16 and 28-30. $75. Campers will work on their golf skills, along with training golf practice and rules. Fridays stay will embody an on-course training believe where campers will have a eventuality to ask a skills they have schooled during a week. Campers will also accept a Larchmont Jr.

Fencing Summer Camps, Missoula Fencing Association, 1200 Shakespeare. Visit or call 251-4623 to register. Summer is a good time to learn new things, like a competition of complicated Olympic fencing. Fencing is both jaunty and strategic, sportive physique and mind.

• 9 and Under Introduction to Fencing for ages 6-9, Jul 6-10, 9 a.m.-noon, $95 includes all apparatus and a t-shirt. All campers accept grave fencing instruction, and play games that urge coordination, aptness and simple fencing skills in a fun and artistic way. The week also includes a small entertainment fight to practice your center pirate.

• Pirate Circus Kid Camp for ages 7-10, Jun 15-19, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., $200 includes all equipment. Missoula Fencing joins with Moksha Aerial Studios to yield this week long, full day stay that includes fencing instruction in a morning and playground skills such as Acro Flying, Flow Arts (Juggling, Ninja Staff, Poi, Hoop), Aerial Arts (Sling, Silks, Static Trapeze, Rope Climbing), Slack-line: (Low Tightrope), and other activities such as burst ropes, round games, parachute fun, and some-more in a afternoon.

• Introduction to Fencing: One-week stay for children ages 10 to 16 who have never fenced before, Session 1 Jun 22-26 and Session 2 Aug. 3-7, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. $115 includes all apparatus and a t-shirt. Camp activities embody fencing instruction in dual arms types: epee and foil. In serve to training fencing basics, campers play games to urge coordination, reflexes and strategy, and get a possibility to uncover their creativity with some entertainment fencing. If induction for eventuality 2, we competence wish to supplement on a skills stay and make it a 2 week prolonged fencing experience.

• Skills Camp: Fencers ages 10-17 with before fencing believe (the Introductory Camp qualifies) file their skills in this week-long camp, Aug. 10-14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Beginning and Intermediate fencers will have a eventuality to excavate deeper in a sport, improving technique and adding devise to their game. These camps are fencing finish with some time any day spent in cross-training activities and games. Campers will finish a week with an in-camp contest regulating electric scoring equipment. $115 includes many apparatus (must yield or squeeze a plastron) and a T-shirt.

British Soccer Camps, Jun 22-26. Challenger Sports’ British Soccer Camp is a many renouned soccer stay in a nation formed on one of a many innovative approaches to coaching girl soccer in a U.S. and Canada. Our gifted staff inspect a diversion during all levels and we have identified a pivotal techniques and skills that your players need to work on and master to strech their loyal potential. With programs for any age, a curriculums includes a accumulation of feet skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a mini contest play. Players also learn about a core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Sign adult during and selecting camps.

Brazilian Soccer Camps. Jul 6-10. TetraBrazil Soccer Academy offers singular programs of technical growth that plea any actor to lift their diversion to new heights. The TetraBrazil curriculum has been designed by a maestro coaches to yield teams, coaches and players with a same, consultant turn of training perceived by a tip girl players in Brazil. Each member of a TetraBrazil coaching staff will pierce an authentic ambience of a flair, passion, and creativity of Brazilian soccer to a camps. Sign adult during and selecting camps.

Hall of Fame Sports Academy Summer Camps, Jun 15-Aug. 27, 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m., ages 5-14. Fort Missoula Sports Complex. Basketball, football, baseball, softball, lane and field, tennis, Frisbee golf, taekwondo, volleyball, bowling, stone climbing, mini-golf, golf, justice hockey, dodgeball, soccer, kickball, billiards, archery, croquet and more. One week $145; 4 days, $135; 3 days, $113; dual days $77; one day $39; half day $22. Packages also available. Go to or call 360-9424.

Montana Super Skippers Summer Camp, Jun 22-25, 9-11:50, Rattlesnake School Gym. Learn how to burst wire from Montana’s best instructors. No believe required. Camp includes a T-shirt and rope. Forms accessible during Call 360-9469.

SoccerTots and HoopsterTots Missoula. Soccer and basketball programs use a accumulation of fun games to pleasure and rivet kids in earthy activity. Call 207-1963 or revisit

Kids Bowl Free. Register your child for a summer bowling pass; dual giveaway games of bowling a day all summer. To register during Five Valleys Bowling Center, revisit or call 549-4158. To register during Westside Lanes Fun Center, revisit or call 721-5263.

Summer Camps during Roots Sports and Learning Center, 216 Commerce St. Trampoline, gymnastics, acro arts, tumbling, dance and Roots pre-school camps. Visit for some-more information. Call 728-4258.

Ronan Little Chief basketball camp, Jun 15-18, 9-11 a.m., Ronan Event Center for boys going into grades 1-3. Breakfast before stay during 8:15 a.m. and lunch during 11 a.m. $40 before Jun 1; $50 after. Register during K. William Harvey Elementary School on Ronan or Pablo Elementary School. Contact Steve Woll, (406) 261-1521 or

The Leaders, Legacies and Legends football camp for high propagandize athletes along with new graduates who devise to compensate football in college, Jun 26-28, Belgrade. $50. Team eventuality Jun 27 during Bobcat Stadium. Led by former college and NFL players. Contact Ty O’Connor, (406) 775-6000 or

Tutoring camps

Sylvan Learning Center for grades K-12. Individualized programs for all grades; summer camps in math and reading. Call 543-2522 or revisit

Camp CHRONICLE (Creating High-quality Renderings Original Narratives in a Language-rich Environment), Jun 19-July 3, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 (sack lunch required). For children aged 9-11 years who believe problems with reading or essay (e.g., dyslexia, reading grasp deficits, problem with spelling or grammar, or onslaught with planning, organizing, and prioritizing tasks in completing a project). Each camper will accept a finish language-literacy analysis to establish his or her areas of specific need. Campers will learn strategies to urge their education skills while formulating an strange comic with assistance from a maestro comic book illustrator. Since a adult-to-camper ratio is 1:1, campers will advantage from both organisation and particular instruction. The sum cost of a stay is $1,306; however, many word skeleton cover $1,056, withdrawal an out-of-pocket remuneration of $250 for a 2-week camp. Need-based scholarships are also available. To secure a spot, a non-refundable $25 cost is compulsory when a concentration is submitted (which will be practical to a cost of a camp). Call 243-2626 to ask a registration packet.

Writing camps

Words With Wings, an finish essay procedure for ages 8-14 sponsored by a Missoula Writing Collaborative. On a University of Montana campus, Jul 13-17 and/or 20-24, 9 a.m.-noon or extended day session, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Grouped according to age. $150 per week for morning session; $250 per one week-long extended day session; $450 for dual weeks or dual siblings. Scholarships available. Writers accept one-on-one instruction from maestro writers who learn in MWC artistic essay residencies during internal schools. For information or to enroll, call 549-3348, email; revisit

YMCA camps

Camps hold during YMCA unless differently noted. Contact a YMCA during 3000 Russell St., 721-9622, There will be a one-time cost of $15 payable during a commencement of summer in sequence to register for summer camps. Campers attending full-day camps competence be forsaken off as early as 7:30 a.m. Pickup is between 4:30 and 6 p.m.

• Camp Tepeetonka, ages 6 to 13. Sessions offer campers a accumulation of activities such as fishing, boating, archery, atmosphere rifles and crafts and many some-more during a pleasing Trout Meadows Ranch. All sessions are one week. Jul 20-Aug. 21, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

• Last Days of Summer Camp, Aug. 24-25, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Multi-sport stay gives kids eventuality to applaud a final days of summer. $33; $29 with family membership.

• Kinderkubs, ages 5 and 6 (entering or withdrawal kindergarten). This procedure for younger campers provides an introduction for participants who are not utterly aged adequate or prepared for an extended stay experience. All sessions are one week. Jun 15-Aug. 21. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $152 per week, $132 with family membership.

• Camp Zootown, ages 6-14. Campers will believe account margin trips in and around Missoula, weekly outings to surrounding lakes, humanities and crafts, games, swimming, stone climbing and more. Jun 15-July 17, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $152; $132 with family membership.

• Camp Imagination (Licensed), grades 1-5. Prevent summer training loss. A fun and educational protected program. Campers will believe margin trips, activities, guest speakers and many more, intertwined with an educational component. Preregistration is required. Campers contingency pointer adult by a month. June, $297, $275 with family membership; July, $660, $575 with family membership; August, $432, $400 with family membership.

• Climbing Camp, ages 10-plus. During this week of camp, we will swell from a basis of tangle tying, reserve checks and belaying to outward climbs on area routes. Session I, Jun 22-26. Session II, Jul 20-24. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $199 family member, $179 procedure participant.

• Visual Arts Camp, ages 7 and up. Learn about a accumulation of opposite forms of art, revisit internal galleries and accommodate a internal artist. Jun 15-19, Jul 6-10, Jul 27-31 and Aug. 17-21, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $161 family member, $141 procedure participant.

• Babysitting Camp, ages 11-plus. Jun 22-26, Jul 13-17; Jul 20-24, Aug. 3-7, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $92 family membership, $80 procedure participant.

• Theatre Camp, ages 7-plus. The Missoula Family YMCA will be charity a stay where students can explore, have fun, and learn about themselves and a theater. The stay will finish with a full melodramatic production. Session I, Jun 15-19, Session II, Jun 29-July 3. 1, Session III, Jul 6-10. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $158 family membership, $138 procedure participant.

Full- or half-day sports camps:

• Full day is 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Half day is 9 a.m.-noon. Full day cost is $152 or $132 with family membership. Half day is $86 or $74 with family membership.

• Baseball/Softball Camp, ages 6-12. Jul 13-17 and Aug. 10-14, YMCA and Playfair Park.

• Flag Football Camp, ages 6-12. This co-ed stay will learn kids a simple manners and procedures of football as good as sportsmanship and satisfactory play. Session I, Jun 29-July 3. Session II, Aug. 3-7. YMCA and Playfair Park.

• Soccer Camp, ages 6-12. Learn new skills and fun camps. Session I, Jun 16-20. Session II, Jul 21-25.

• Basketball Camp, ages 6-12. Learn fundamentals of dribblings, sharpened and flitting as good as organisation play and sportsmanship. Session I, Jun 15-19. Session II, Jul 20-24. YMCA and Playfair Park.

• Multi Sports Camp. This co-ed stay combines All Star Soccer, Basketball, Flag Football, and Baseball/Softball Camps. Session I, Jun 30-July 4. Session II, Jul 27-31. YMCA and Playfair Park. Ages 6-12. YMCA and Playfair Park.

• Soccer Camp, ages 6-12. Learn new skills and account games. Session I, Jun 22-26; Session II, Jul 27-31.

Half-day camps only:

• Fly-Fishing Camp, ages 8-13. The outfitters and guides during a Missoulian Angler will lead a week prolonged category that teaches kids about simple equipment, casting, restraining knots, bugs and throwing fish. Jun 29-July 3, Jul 27-31 and Aug. 10-14, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $88 or $75 with family membership.

• Swimming Technique, ages 5 and up. Have fun and labour your strokes to ready for fasten a Completitive Swim Team Or learn new strokes to rise your abilities. Participants contingency be means to float a length of pool and know a 4 simple strokes. Aug. 3-7, ages 5-8, 1-4 p.m.; Aug. 10-14, ages 9-11, 1-4 p.m.; Aug. 17-21, ages 12-18, 1-4 p.m. $85, $75 with family membership.

• Rookie Camp: Mini-Sport Camp is a procedure generally designed to deliver immature children ages 4-6 to soccer, round and basketball. Session I, Jun 15-19. Session II, Jul 6-10. Session III, Aug. 17-21. 9:30-noon. $75 family membership. $60 procedure participant.

• Volleyball Camp. Aug. 3-7. YMCA. Grades 3-6, 9 a.m.-noon. $75 family membership, $90 procedure participant.

• Lacrosse Camp. Jul 20-24, YMCA. Ages 7-12, 1-4 p.m. $75 family membership. $90 procedure participant.

• Gymnastics Camps: Participants will rise skills regulating mats, together bar, a change lamp and springboard. Ages 3-6: Session I, Jun 22-26. Session II, Jul 13-17. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Y Kid’s Gym. $60, $40 with family membership.

Missoula Parks and Rec camps

For some-more information or to register for programs, revisit, stop by Currents Aquatics Center in McCormick Park, or phone 721-PARK.

Share The Fun Youth Recreation Grants. Parks and Recreation offers girl distraction grants to low-income families. Grant forms are accessible during Currents Aquatics Center or on-line during The Missoula County Park Board has allocated extend supports privately for county residents. Share a Fun with a child. Donate to girl distraction grants when we register for summer programs.

Splash Montana and Currents Aquatics Center

Currents and Splash Montana are home to sparkling waterslides and play features, and float lessons, float team, aquatics fitness, path float and so many more. Currents Aquatics Center is open daily in McCormick Park. Splash Montana opens Memorial Day weekend, continue permitting. Call 721-PARK or revisit for some-more information.

Kids In Action Youth Day Camps for ages 5-12

Camps accommodate in 1-week sessions, Jun 15-Aug. 25. Visit for details. Full day camps accommodate 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; cost is $150, or $120 with CityCard proprietor discount. Half-day camps accommodate from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.; cost is $75, or $60 with CityCard proprietor discount.

• All Star Sports Camp. Playing a sports your kids love, soccer, round and basketball and experiencing a far-reaching universe of non-traditional sports, including, Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Folf and Cricket.

• Art Camp. Camper will learn and attend in art projects from paintings to clay moldings. Field trips competence embody The Clay Studio, Missoula Art Museum and downtown art walk.

• Bowling Camp. Get tips from a bowling experts. Parents dump off their small bowlers during Westside Lanes and Missoula Parks and Recreation will convey a stay to Franklin, Westside and/or Playfair Park for an afternoon of fun in a park.

• Disc Camp. Learn how to chuck all forms of discs. Learn a fundamentals of Ultimate Frisbee, folf and some backyard front games.

• Discovery Camp. Each week will embody of a new and sparkling adventure, nature, western, try or universe traveler. A standard stay day competence embody of margin trips to internal hiking trails, fishing, and adventures via a community.

• Water World Beach Camp. Have fun in a object origination silt castles during Playfair Park, origination waves during Currents, and going crazy during Splash Montana.

• Nature Camp. Get in hold with a healthy vicinity by training from a Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Smokejumper Center and a Montana Natural History Center.

• Week on Wheels Camp. Join a Missoula Bike Ambassadors and learn about roving and caring for a bike in Missoula. Activities embody route riding, trips to Free Cycles, manners of a road, and on-bike skills training.

• Rugby Camp. Learn a simple skills of ruby, a diversion that combines elements of football and soccer.

• Wild West Camp. Put on ’yer boots and try a furious west during a Moon-Randolph Homestead, Fort Missoula, and other ancestral spots around Missoula.

• Einstein Camp. Science has never been so fun. Conduct experiments and learn from spectrUM and a National Weather Service.

• Fun and Fit Camp. Campers will learn how to live and say a healthy lifestyle by fun interactive activities and some good cooking. Kids will be blazing some critical calories and not even know it while hiking Mt. Jumbo or personification a crazy diversion of constraint a flag.

• Super Sprouts Pre-School Sports Skills. Skilled instructors lead games and activities to deliver a fundamentals of catching, kicking, throwing, and physique control to a children-parent appearance is encouraged. Ultra-soft Koosh and Nerf apparatus is used. Jun 15-July 23, times and locations vary, 45-minute sessions, one day per week, $25, $20 with CityCard proprietor discount, ages 3-5.

• Teen Workreation. If we are aged 13 to 16 and we are meddlesome in removing on-the-job training during Parks and Recreation, we have a proffer position for you. Volunteer positions embody operative during Currents or Splash Montana, or aiding girl stay staff with sports, games, music, humanities and crafts and more. Volunteers not usually accept training and good pursuit experience, they’ll have a possibility to acquire inducement trips such as stone climbing, a pizza celebration during Splash Montana and more. Details during Summer Tennis Camps. Enjoy training tennis fundamentals in a fun, low-key setting. Regardless of ability level, we will have a eventuality to urge your cadence and diversion devise while carrying a time good personification this game. Two-week sessions Jun 15 by Aug. 13, times change – morning or dusk for youth, dusk for adults, $50 ($40 with proprietor discount) for girl and adult lessons. $20 per eventuality for girl dusk lessons.

• MORE Adventure Camps. Let a outward distraction professionals lead your child in educational and fun summer camps with a MORE program. Camps accommodate in one-week sessions, Jun 15-Aug. 25. Visit and click a MORE procedure for representation schedules and staff bios. All camps follow a same report though themes change weekly to emanate enchanting camps all summer long. All travel and apparatus is provided.

Wheels and Woods Adventure Camps, ages 7-12.

Rivers and Rocks Adventure Camp, ages 7-12.

River Wild Adventure Camp (includes overnight camping trip), ages 7-12

GO MORE Girls Adventure Camp, presence skills (includes overnight camping trip), ages 7-12

GO MORE Girls Adventure Camp, H2O skills (includes overnight camping trip), ages 7-12

Wilderness Navigation Camp, ages 7-12

Survival Skills Adventure Camp, ages 7-12

Half-Day Adventure Camps:

Rod and Reel Fishing Camp, ages 5-12

Fly Fishing Camp, ages 7-12

Homesteading Camp, ages 5-12

Skateboard Camp, ages 7-14

Beginners Kayaking Camp, ages 11-16

Reach MORE Camp, ages 5-18.

Summer girl programs:

Playmakers Touch Rugby, core propagandize and high propagandize leagues. Practice starts Jun 24, 6 p.m., Fort Missoula Regional Park. Games are Wednesdays, 6 p.m. commencement Jul 5. $40/$32.

Folf in a Parks, Tuesdays, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Jun 16-Aug. 25. Free; no pre-registration. Visit for locations.

Junior Playmakers Youth Folf League, elementary, core propagandize and high propagandize leagues, Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m., commencement Jun 16, $30/$24; rotating park schedule. Visit

Junior Playmakers Ultimate Frisbee League, Thursdays, 6 p.m. commencement Jun 18, Fort Missoula Soccer Fields. Elementary and core propagandize leagues. $40/$32 by May 17; $50/$40 after.

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