Sizzling Summer Fun with Cameron Park Community Services District
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Enjoy an overnight stay in the great outdoors with your family at the Cameron Park Community Campout at Cameron Park Lake from July 11-12. Bring your camping gear and let others do the grilling for you. Enjoy swimming, crafts, campfire songs, storytelling, stargazing, sleeping under the stars and breakfast in the morning; pre-registration required.
Sign your little ones (ages 6-12) up for the weeklong Junior Kidz Camp program at the Cameron Park CSD where they’ll be outdoor explorers, travel around the world, learn about bugs, go back to the future and make some waves while partaking in drama, arts and crafts, gymnastics, time at Cameron Park Lake, a special trip each week and more. Other youth programs and camps are available, too, including hula, tumbling and gymnastics, Kiddie Horse Day Camp (ages 4-6), Equestrian Day Camp (ages 7+), Mad Science Camp (ages 6-12), Theater Camp (ages 8-18), Fine Arts Camp (ages 7-13), a Fashion Drawing class for teens, and multiple sports camps/clinics.
Adults won’t want to miss the basketball league, drop-in sports at the gym, Zumba Gold, tai chi, ballroom dance, guitar lessons, knitting, CPR, hunter safety, water aerobics and yoga, among other offerings. Learn how to make sushi under the instruction of Mike Berry who will teach attendees proper rice cooking, sauces and how to make long rolls and hand rolls (California and Spicy Tuna); pre-registration required.
On July 8 from 9 a.m. to noon, the Master Gardeners’ will teach 45-minute “Raising Worms—Gardening with Kids” classes for ages 5-7 (accompanied by an adult) or ages 8 and up on their own. Pre-registration, along with a $5 materials fee, is required. To reserve your child’s spot.
Mature adults won’t want to miss the programs and activities offered in the 50+ Room on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On July 28 at 1 p.m., there will be a short story and discussion based on the short poem “America for Me” by Henry Van Dyke.
— Tina Helm
For a complete list of all activities and events, or if you’d like to inquire about rental opportunities at the Community Center or Cameron Park Lake, visit cameronpark.org or call the Cameron Park Community Services District at 530-677-2231.