Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Learn more at upcoming summer expos in Kensington and Gaithersburg.
Summer’s coming. (Try to wrap your head around that idea while you wrap a scarf around your neck in this week’s freezing temperatures, but it’s true.) Now is the time to make sure your child’s summer is all it can be. Registration opened Tuesday for summer camps offered by the Montgomery County Department of Recreation. Montgomery Parks began accepting registration for its summer camps on Jan. 9. Together, the recreation and parks departments offer hundreds of affordably-priced camps focused on swimming, ice skating, tennis, theater, nature, robotics, golf and more, including overnight camps. Camps are offered across the county for children from tots to teens. A print version of the 2013 Summer Camp Guide is available at all county …
Friday, January 4, 2013
Registration opens later this month for city residents.
If having the kids around the house for a week of winter break got you thinking about how much they really need something to do this summer, now is the time to start perusing the City of Rockville’s 2013 Camp Guide. The guide debuted online this week and is available in printed format at City Hall, city community centers and libraries in Rockville. Click here to view the guide online. Camp registration begins Jan. 22 for city residents and Feb. 1 for non-residents. Register online through Rock Enroll, by fax at 240-314-8659, or by mail or in person at the Department of Recreation and Parks, Rockville City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD 20850. Rockville offers more than 50 camps that serve more than 2,000 campers ages 3 to 16 …
Thursday, March 10, 2011
There are plenty of specialty and general camps in Rockville this summer.
Summer break is nearly here. That means no school and plenty of time for fun. It’s also time for camp. Here are some suggestions for finding specialty and general camps in and around Rockville: When you click on the links to the camps listed above, you'll also find teen camps and pre-school camps. Editor's Note: Gina Hagler, a Rockville Patch contributor and columnist, runs an after-school and summer program called KidWrite!, which offers a summer program, KidLit!, for grades 1-5. The kids read like writers, write in nature journals and create games and skits.