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Cimarron Parent Information

Parent orientation will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30 at the Plano Senior Recreation Center, 401 W.16th Street. Summer camps are designed to promote socialization among children of all ages. Therefore, campers will be randomly assigned to a unit for Camp Cimarron prior to camp. Please remember summer camps are held outdoors. Plano summers can be hot. Precautions for heat are taken at camp with children's safety in mind.

MAD SCIENCE® ROCKET RIDE TO SPACE (6-10 YRS)

Blast-off your knowledge of aerodynamics and flight! This camp is an intense, exciting study on rockets. Campers build their very own rockets and planes as well as experiment with different kinds of propulsion systems. Then they will launch and recover their rockets! Each day includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home. All supplies included.

134220 TMC M-F 9am-Noon 6/18 5 Mad Science $165

The title of the course is MAD SCIENCE ROCKET RIDE TO SPACE. The Course Code is 134220, and it meets at Tom Muehlenbeck Center on MONDAY-FRIDAY from 9am to Noon, begins June 18, meets 5 times, the instructor is Mad Science and the fee for this course is $165. ARB = Arbor Hills Nature Preserve CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LIB = Liberty Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center OPP = Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve COX = Cox Building Classroom CT = Courtyard Theater

Cimarron Day Camps

CIMARRON YOUTH CAMP (6-12 YRS)

Full refunds will be granted when requested more than two weeks prior to the beginning of camp. Refunds requested less than two weeks prior to the start date will not be granted, unless the vacated spot is filled. If the spot is filled, a refund will be granted less a $5 administrative fee. Medical refunds requested prior to the start date of camp will be granted in full. An original doctor's note must be provided at the time of the request for all medical refunds to be processed. Refunds will not be granted due to the following reasons: weather conditions, summer heat, sunburn, a camper's behavior, absence from camp, camp assignments, or after the camp session or season. Parents are responsible for making sure children are registered in the correct camp program or session. If an error is found after registration please call and have it corrected prior to the camp season. Refunds will not be granted after the camp season has ended. Staff at all recreation facilities or the Parks and Recreation Administrative Office, 972-941-7250, can process all refunds requests made within these guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Vickie Hamrick, Outdoor Program Supervisor at 972-769-4350.

Camp Refund Policy

Camp Cimarron is a one-week program located at Bob Woodruff Park-South (BWS), offering a wide range of outdoor recreation activities for children. The camp provides opportunities to learn about the natural environment through fun nature hikes and environmental education activities including fishing, crafts, games, swimming and other activities. Parent can drop off and pick up at Bob Woodruff South or utilize the Camp Cimarron shuttle service from Carpenter Park Recreation Center (CAR). The bus leaves CAR at 7:15am and returns at 6pm and leaves BWS every afternoon at 5:20pm. Parents must pick up campers at BWS no later than 5:20pm so bus may run on time. Package #1 runs from 8am-2:30pm. Parents must drop-off and pick-up camper. Package #2 runs from 8am-5:30pm. Parents can drop off and pick-up at BWS or utilize the shuttle service. Camp will be held at Oak Point Recreation Center on inclement weather days.

Cimarron Youth Camp (6-12 yrs) Mon-Fri - 1 week sessions Bob Woodruff Park - South Start Date June 4 June 11 June 18 June 25 July 9 July 16 July 23 July 30 August 6 Pkg 1 $90 130487 130489 130491 130493 130495 130497 130499 130501 130503 Pkg 2 $125 130488 130490 130492 130494 130496 130498 130500 130502 130504 972-941-7250

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SUMMER CAMPS Indoor Day Camps

AEROBATS GYMNASTICS CAMP-GIRLS (5-12 YRS)

ADVANCED CLAY CLINIC (6-12 YRS)-NEW

In this class, projects are multi-step based, incorporating pinch, coil, slab, and hand form. You will gain experience in structural problem solving and building techniques. The class also covers a variety of advanced and experimental glazing techniques. Projects include a tea set, sculptural head, and more. Be assured that all glazes are lead-free, food-safe, and water-safe. NOTE: $25 supply fee due to instructor first day of clinic.

131903 LIB M-F 2pm-4pm 7/30 5 Mellott $125

Experience the sport that prepares you for all other sports! Students will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination as they learn gymnastics skills on vault, bars, beam, floor and trampoline. Students will be grouped as beginners, intermediate or advanced during the first day of class. Crafts, games, contests and more will be included each day.

132484 OAK 132485 OAK 132486 OAK M-F M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6/11 7/ 9 7/30 5 5 5 Staff Staff Staff $75 $75 $75

BREAK A LEG! DRAMA CAMP (6-12 YRS)

ADVENTURES IN ART CAMP (5-13 YRS)

In this exciting 4-day art camp, your artist will complete eight masterpieces you'll be proud to frame and hang. Students complete two oils, two watercolors, and two acrylic paintings. They will also complete one oil pastel and one charcoal drawing. Professional artist teaches perspectives, composition, color mixing and special brush strokes yielding amazing results. Wear an old T-shirt and bring paper towels. Fee is $75 to register with a $60 supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

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Campers learn the fundamentals of theatrical performance, including creating a character, vocal performance, movement, improvisation, and more! (Campers will need ability to read in order to learn simple lines) This camp provides a solid theatrical introduction and also challenges experienced actors. Each class member performs in a short play that is rehearsed during the week and presented to family and friends at the end of the final class! Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks, and snacks each day. Student will also need to provide his/her own simple costume for the play.

131090 131091 131092 131093 COX COX COX COX M-F M-F M-F M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 6/4 6/11 7/16 8/6 5 5 5 5 Dramawerks Dramawerks Dramawerks Dramawerks $185 $185 $185 $185

BREAK YOUR OTHER LEG! DRAMA CAMP (9-14 YRS)

AEROBATS GIRLS CHEER/TUMBLE CAMP (5-13 YRS)

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This camp is great for beginner through advanced cheerleaders. The girls will work on tumbling, cheer jumps, and stunts. Back handsprings and back tucks will be emphasized. The campers will be placed in groups appropriate for their age and level.

$75 $75 $75

AEROBATS GYMNASTICS CAMP-GIRLS (4-5 YRS)

Rover Dramawerks builds on what was learned in the popular 'Break A Leg! Drama Camp'! Class will be split into small groups to continue developing their performance skills in a more concentrated learning environment. Each group will develop and rehearse their own short play that is rehearsed during the week and presented to family and friends at the end of the final class, along with the other groups' plays. Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks and snacks each day. Student will also need to provide his/her own simple costume. PREREQUISITE: Student must have taken Rover Dramewerks 'Break a Leg! Drama Camp' in 2009, 2010, 2011 or 2012 to enroll in this camp.

131095 COX 131096 COX M-F M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 7/9 8/13 5 5 Dramawerks $185 Dramawerks $185

Experience the sport that prepares you for all other sports! Students will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination as they learn gymnastics skills on vault, bars, beam, floor and trampoline. Students will be grouped as beginners, intermediate or advanced during the first day of class. Crafts, games, contests and more will be included each day.

132492 OAK 132496 OAK M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6/25 8/13 5 5 Staff Staff $75 $75

CAKES, CANDIES & MORE (6-12 YRS)

AEROBATS GYMNASTICS CAMP-GIRLS (4-8 YRS) AEROBATS GYMNASTICS CAMP-BOYS (4-8 YRS)

In this clinic, you will learn a variety of candy-making skills, including cake-icing techniques. You'll be making gummy worms, chocolate medallions, and mint meltaways, and you'll learn how to create packages for your treats. You will be creating confectionaries as works of arts, even your very own iced and decorated 10" round cake. Note: $25 supply fee due to instructor first day of class.

131904 LIB M-F 2pm-4pm 8/6 5 Mellott $125

Experience the sport that prepares you for all other sports! Students will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination as they learn gymnastics skills on floor, vault, rings, high bar, parallel bars and trampoline. Students will be grouped as beginner or intermediate during the first class. Crafts, games, contests and more will be included each day.

132493 OAK M-F 9am-Noon 7/23 5 Staff $75

CLAY ANIMATION CLINIC (8-12 YRS)

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Express creative skills by directing your own short video utilizing clay characters. Explore the world of clay animation by learning basic techniques, building characters, taking pictures, and combining them into an animated project. Camp taught by High Tech Kids Computers Inc.

5 5 5 High Tech High Tech High Tech $125 $125 $125

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EATING RAINBOWS & FIT CAMP (7-10 YRS)

Lifestyle camp designed to enhance a child's attitude about healthy food and physical activity. Primary focus is on nutrition education, positive eating habits, exercise, and child friendly preparation of tasty foods from a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day. Instruction will also include table manners, hygiene, and food safety. Exercise required, so dress comfortably. Personal apron, food, utensils, recipes, and course materials included. Food prep and eating occurs during second hour of class.

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HTML-DESIGNING WEB PAGES CLINIC (9-14 YRS)

A great beginner course for children interested in web design! Explore using graphics, creating interactive sites, linking to other pages, and setting up your website online. The class will create using Adobe Dreamweaver. Student will learn and create in a fun, interactive environment. Pre-requisite: Must be familiar with Windows®, Internet and proficient in keyboarding.

132091 132092 132093 132094 132096 132095 LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 6/18 6/25 7/9 7/16 7/30 8/6 5 5 5 5 5 5 High Tech High Tech High Tech High Tech High Tech High Tech $125 $125 $125 $125 $125 $125

EXPLORING DANCE! DANCE CLINIC (6-8 YRS)

Have a great time discovering the wonderful benefits of dance such as grace, confidence, flexibility, and exercise! Each day will include 35 minutes of ballet, both barre and floor work, creative dance, and 45 minutes of jazz. Parents are invited to watch a mini-performance on Friday at 11:30 a.m. Note: Girls Craft Clinic (#131898) available for registration, clinic follows after dance camp for them to wind down and use their creative side.

131896 LIB M-F 10am-11:30am 8/6 5 Cinquepalmi $55

IMPROV TO ACTING (5-9 YRS)

EXPLORING DANCE! DANCE CLINIC (9-12 YRS)

Have a great time discovering the wonderful benefits of dance such as grace, confidence, flexibility, and exercise! Each day will include 35 minutes of ballet, both barre and floor work, creative dance, and 45 minutes of jazz. Parents are invited to watch a mini-performance on Friday at 2 p.m.

131897 LIB M-F 12:30pm-2pm 8/6 5 Cinquepalmi $55

Come play with us! Whether you are outgoing, shy, or somewhere in between, let Rover Dramawerks help you learn the basics of drama, improvisation, storytelling, and creative expression. This class is great for helping develop real-life skills such as quick thinking, listening, public speaking, problem solving and teamwork. Each class member performs in a short play that is developed and rehearsed during the week and presented to family and friends at the end of the final class. Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks and snacks each day. Student also needs to provide his/her own simple costume for the play.

131098 COX M-F 8:30am-12:30pm 6/25 5 Dramawerks $95

IMPROV, CHARACTERS & PERFORMANCE (10-15 YRS)

FASHION DESIGN CLINIC (6-12 YRS)-NEW

Are you a fashion diva? Then this is the class for you! This class will cover elements of the fashion world including clothing design, fashion illustration, product construction, and more. Each day will present a different theme, from hippy peace inspired tie dye and fringe hand bag to rock star wear (rhinestone belt, bangle bracelets and bottle cap necklaces) to French couture (decorated scarf). Projects include a personalized rhinestone-studded belt, bottle cap necklaces, beadembellished scarves, tie dye shirt, a bag and more. Please bring a white cotton t-shirt. Note: $25 supply fee due to instructor first day of class.

132121 CAR M-F 10am-Noon 7/16 5 Mellott $125

Learn all about improvisation and characterization to tune your performance skills-no matter where you are in experience! From first time auditioners to seasoned performers, this class is for you if you want to have fun and learn new skills and improve on the ones you already developed. Final performance will showcase a variety of monologues and scenes by the students. Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks, and snacks each day. Student may need to provide his/her own simple costume for the final performance.

131097 CT M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 6/25 5 Dramawerks $185

JEWELRY MAKING CLINIC (6-12 YRS)-NEW

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GIRLS CRAFT CLINIC (6-8 YRS)-NEW

131898 LIB M-F 11:45am-1:15pm 8/6

Children will learn different techniques on how to make jewelry pieces. They will work with different materials like beads, spacers, clay, stones, paper and wire. They will be able to take home at least two pieces of jewelry each day, maybe more!

Galiana-Tascon$125 Galiana-Tascon$125 Galiana-Tascon$125

Make fun summer crafts each day...paint a swimsuit cover-up, make a purse, mix bath salts, mold clay, and more! Note: This class is available following Exploring Dance (#131896) so the girls have the opportunity to burn off energy then relax and use their creative side.

5 Cinquepalmi $55

JUMPBUNCH® SPORTS SKILLS CAMP (6-12 YRS)

132531 CAR 132532 CAR 132048 CAR M-F M-F M-F 1:30pm-4:30pm 1:30pm-4:30pm 1:30pm-4:30pm 6/18 7/23 8/13 5 5 5

YOU CAN CHARGE IT!

Join the JumpBunch® crew for fun and fitness this summer! Campers will become introduced to a variety of sports, such as kickball and volleyball. Improve your overall sports skills with exciting training exercises and games.

JumpBunch $119 JumpBunch $119 JumpBunch $119

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LEGO® MINDSTORMSTM CLINIC (7-9 YRS)-NEW

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With the Robotics Invention System children will design and program robots for various challenges using light sensors, touch sensors and rotation sensors. The course allows students to demonstrate their creativity and learn about basic programming.

132087 LIB M-F 9am-10:30am 6/18 5 High Tech $125

MAD SCIENCE® STEM GENIUS (6-10 YRS)-NEW

LEGO® MINDSTORMSTM CLINIC (8-12 YRS)

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With the Robotics Invention SystemTM children will design and program robots for various challenges using light sensors, touch sensors and rotation sensors. The course allows students to demonstrate their creativity and learn about basic programming.

High Tech High Tech High Tech High Tech High Tech $125 $125 $125 $125 $125

Dig deeper into STEM and be smarter when you get back to school in the fall. If you love knowing more about science and technology or engineering and math then, yes, you will have lots of fun. Everyday you'll team up with friends of similar age and strengthen your concepts through hands-on experimentation and exciting projects. Classes July 9-13 are science and technology and July 23-27 are engineering and math. Concepts covered in each class can be found online.

134680 TMC 134681 TMC M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 7/9 7/23 5 5 Mad Science $165 Mad Science $165

MIND SURGE SUMMER CAMPS (6-10 YRS)

MAD SCIENCE® ALL STARS (6-10 YRS)-NEW

Together with your teammates, you will build super structures, create a volcanic eruption, examine rocks formed from volcanic magma, build a kite and glider, experiment with lift aerodynamics and air pressure, and make a star chart. Take home projects include: magnetic soccer game, rocket racer, star locator, kite, animal track, crystal garden and more!

134561 TMC M-F 9am-Noon 6/11 5 Mad Science $165

Each session has a different theme: Professions on 6/4, Amusement Park 6/11, Wonders of the World 6/18, Design your Future House 6/25, Electricity & Magnetism 7/16, Machines 7/23, Chemistry 7/30 and Health Science 8/6. These camps focus on group dynamics and will include a combination of the following activities: Introduction to that week's theme and topics, group science experiments, project development related to the weekly theme, ability contests and games! Detailed descriptions of each class theme can be found online!

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MAD SCIENCE® FORENSICS LAB A LA CSI (6-10 YRS)-NEW

Campers take part in CSI style forensics in this hands-on look at crime scenes. Identify and collect evidence from fingerprints to tracks to trash! Recreate the scene of a crime using clues and detailed observations. Campers will use science to connect the dots and help sniff out the suspects in this hands-on investigation into the science of sleuthing.

134229 TMC M-F 9am-Noon 6/4 5 Mad Science $165

MAGIC MUSIC CAMP (6-12 YRS)

MAD SCIENCE ROBOT MANIA (6-10 YRS)

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Learn all about the use of robotics in our world today and how technology will continue to affect our future! Campers will check out sound-sensing robots, line-tracking robots, amphibious robots, and even robots that play soccer. They will delve into the science of circuits and sensors. Over the course of the camp, they will build their very own working robot to take home! A $25 supply fee is due to Mad Science instructor at first class.

134557 TMC 134682 TMC M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6/25 7/30 5 5 Mad Science $165 Mad Science $165

From Beethoven to the Beatles, learn to rock to the beat of a different drum! Magic Music is proud to announce a five-day music camp for kids 6-12 who want to learn about different instruments, from African drums and electric guitar to violin and the flute. We invite you to come explore the different sounds, rhythms, and music types from all over the world through hands-on activities, special musical guests, student conducting, singing, games and much more!

131899 LIB 131900 LIB 131901 LIB M-F M-F M-F 1pm-4:30pm 1pm-4:30pm 1pm-4:30pm 6/11 7/9 8/13 5 5 5 MagicMusic $159 MagicMusic $159 MagicMusic $159

MUSICAL THEATRE CAMP (10-16 YRS)

MAD SCIENCE® ROCKET RIDE TO SPACE (6-10 YRS)

Blast-off your knowledge of aerodynamics and flight! This camp is an intense, exciting study on rockets. Campers build their very own rockets and planes as well as experiment with different kinds of propulsion systems. Then they will launch and recover their rockets! Each day includes activities where campers create amazing things to take home. All supplies included.

134220 TMC 134683 TMC M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6/18 8/6 5 5 Mad Science $165 Mad Science $165

Let's put on a musical! You will learn the fundamental basics of musical theatre from acting skills and learning choreography (dance) to the vocal skills required in song interpretation for musical theatre. The two-week camp will focus on developing and rehearsing a musical from start to finish, with the production presented to an audience of family and friends on the last day of class! Students should have a basic understanding of music and be able to sing. Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks, and snacks each day. Student may need to provide his/her own simple costume for the play.

131105 COX M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 7/23 10 Dramawerks $380

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PAINTING CLINIC (6-12 YRS)

This class teaches you how to effectively use watercolor and acrylic paints, using both traditional and alternative techniques. You will learn to paint landscapes, sunsets, portraits, etc. Each day will include two projects, the first will be directed by instructor, and the second will be a free design using the techniques taught. Please dress appropriately, acrylic paints are permanent! A $25 supply fee due to instructor first day.

131902 LIB M-F 2pm-4pm 7/16 5 Mellott $125

LEAVE NO TRACE

Plano Parks and Recreation is proud to be a Leave No Trace partner with the Center for Outdoor Ethics. We educate users of our outdoor programs on the importance ot taking a personal role in preserving the outdoor experience for future generations and to abide by the Leave No Trace Principles: · PLAN AHEAD AND PREPARE · TRAVEL AND CAMP ON DURABLE SURFACES · DISPOSE OF WASTE PROPERLY · LEAVE WHAT YOU FIND · MINIMIZE CAMPFIRE IMPACTS · RESPECT WILDLIFE · BE CONSIDERATE OF OTHER VISITORS

PURPLE CRAYON ART CAMP (12-15 YRS)

131967 CAR M-F 1:30pm-4:30pm 6/18 5

This art camp is a concentrated time to complete projects that include many types of art materials, techniques, and principals. Students will have the opportunity to hear about different artist and art periods while creating their masterpieces and having fun. Please bring a snack.

Purple Crayon $143

SILLY FACES! STAGE MAKEUP & MASKS (7-15 YRS)

Join Rover Dramawerks for a creative adventure into the art of theatrical make-up and mask design. You will learn how to create characters using theatrical make-up skills and techniques such as scars, old age, shadow and highlights, animals, and more! Learn about mask making and some of the fascinating theatrical history involving masks. Take your mask home with you after the final class. Each student should bring a sack lunch, drinks, and snacks each day.

131106 COX M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 6/18 5 Dramawerks $195

Kid Kapers

KID KAPERS (5-6 YRS)

RARE LEARNING FILM MAKING CAMP (9-12 YRS)

'Film Making--The Art & Science' is a five-video production camp that teaches digital video filming, editing, and production techniques. It is designed to generate an interest in critical observation and communications. During the camp students will learn on-air confidence, reading comprehension, scientific approach, research skills, writing skills, production/editing skills, and computing skills. Students will learn the basics of preproduction, production, and post-production process and will prepare a short film.

134313 OAK 134314 OAK 134317 OAK M-F M-F M-F 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 6/18 8/20 7/16 5 5 5 Learning Inc. $124 Learning Inc. $124 Learning Inc. $124

RARE LEARNING FILM MAKING CAMP (13-15 YRS)

Kid Kapers is a two-week program conveniently located in area recreation centers. Participants are placed into age- appropriate groups ranging from 5-6 years and 7-10 years of age. Children will participate in a variety of group activities that include craft projects, OUTDOOR games, music, stories, and more that revolve around a central theme of the week. A weekly newsletter with detailed information about daily activities will be sent home at the beginning of each week for parents to view and discuss with their children. Liberty participants will have the opportunity to participate in the American Red Cross Whales Tales program and other water games utilizing the outdoor pool at least one day a week. All campers will remain in the shallow end during pool time. Please send a sack lunch and drink for your child each day. Also new this year for 30 minutes every Monday, kids will learn how to use iPads (provided) in a fun and educational way. From Pop Math to Mini Piano there is an app for everything. First week of camps starts on Tuesday, June 5. All other camps start on Mondays.

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For information on camps for participants with special needs, please see the Therapeutic Recreation section on page 76.

KID KAPERS (7-10 YRS)

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SUMMER CAMPS Teen Camps

KAYAK CAMP (11-15 YRS)

Learn beginning kayaking skills at the lake located at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. Later in the week, campers will have the opportunity to learn Kayak Polo. This class will be under the direction of an American Canoe Association (ACA) certified instructor, who will teach campers the ACA quick step program. Boats, paddles and life jackets provided. Parents are required to sign liability waivers the first morning of camp. In the event of inclement weather class may be moved to an indoor facility or postponed. This camp has a three-week cancellation policy.

130454 OPP M-F 8am-Noon 6/18 5 Staff $150

MYSTERY WEEK (12-15 YRS)

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Campers will enjoy a mystery trip every day in addition to swimming, visiting museums and other activities.

6/11 7/9 5 5 Staff Staff $95 $95

Outdoor Day Camp

SCRAMBLE RAMBLE (12-15 YRS)

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JUNIOR TENNIS CAMP (8-16 YRS)

A week filled with an exciting variety of activities such as trips to water parks, bowling, and many more fun adventures.

6/4 6/25 7/23 5 5 5 Staff Staff Staff $95 $95 $95

One week tennis camps are offered to beginner and recreational players, ages 8-16. The fundamental strokes (ground strokes, volleys, and serve) are emphasized using group instruction, drill and match-like play situations. Basic strategy and tactics are covered as well as the basic rules of the game. Enrollment fee includes a camp t-shirt. In a cooperative effort, camps taught at PISD sites are run by the coaches at the respective senior high schools. Camps taught at High Point are run by High Point staff.

134766 134767 134768 134769 134770 134771 134772 134773 134774 134775 134776 134777 134815 PWSH PESH PSHS HP HP HP HP HP HP PESH PWSH HP HP M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6/4 6/4 6/4 6/11 6/18 6/25 7/9 7/16 7/23 7/30 7/30 8/6 8/13 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Walker Allen Lazarine Watson Watson Watson Watson Watson Watson Allen Walker Watson Watson $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150

SPORTS CAMP (10-15 YRS)

130474 130475 130476 130477 130478 130479 130480 130481 130482 LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB LIB M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm

Campers will have fun experiencing a variety of sporting activities such as tennis, swimming, bowling and more. Fee includes all equipment and instruction.

6/4 6/11 6/18 6/25 7/9 7/16 7/23 7/30 8/6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95

SUMMER CAMP WILDERNESS EXPEDITION (12-17 YRS)

NATURE CAMP (7-11 YRS)

130462 ARB 130463 ARB 130464 ARB M-F M-F M-F

Campers will have a great time enjoying the great out-of-doors at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. Stream exploration, plant identification, and more will be the focus of this educational camp.

8:30am-12:30pm 8:30am-12:30pm 8:30am-12:30pm 6/4 6/11 6/18 5 5 5 Staff Staff Staff $80 $80 $80

Join us as we hike, camp, backpack along the Little Missouri River through Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. The camp will be packed with adventure from hiking along the trail to numerous river crossings, high rock bluffs, basic survival skills. All camping gear, transportation and meals are included. Trip will be conducted by Frisco Wilderness Adventures & Outfitters. Parent and camper must attend the mandatory pre-trip meeting at 6pm on Monday, August 6 at Liberty Recreation Center.

132590 LIB M-W 7am-11pm 8/13 3 Staff $170

WATER WORKS (12-15 YRS)

130606 LIB 130607 LIB 130608 LIB M-F M-F M-F 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm

A week filled with exciting activities that center around water to keep cool in the Texas heat.

6/18 7/16 7/30 5 5 5 Staff Staff Staff $95 $95 $95

972-941-7250

www.planoparks.org

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