Week 09 - Heroes & Villains Week
July 24 - 28
Who doesn't like cosplay?
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Darth Vader and Cruella De Vil. What's better than a week of heroes and villains? Who would your camper like to be? Dressing up is optional. Find out as the week brings in themed games and arts & crafts projects. Let's see how your real-life hero or villain saves the world.
Voyager Programs - Optional Add-ons
Morning Swim Lessons
Monday - Thursday | 30 minutes of group instruction
Campers will receive 30 minutes of small group instruction fit to their swim level by trained Aquatics Swim Instructors in the mornings of camp, Monday - Thursday. The first lesson of the week will consist of a swim level assessment to determine specific lesson time. Additional details are provided before the camp week starts. Learn more about Aquacub swim levels. Fee: $45.
Field Trip: Children's Museum
Thursday afternoon, July 27
“A” Campers will be shuttled in a charter school bus downtown to the Children’s Museum for an afternoon in their interactive exhibits with “A” Camp staff. Fee: $32.
Minecraft Engineering using LEGO®
Monday afternoon, July 24 | 2 hours of fun for campers ages 5 - 8.
Venture into the world of Minecraft in our unique LEGO® experience. Get ready to build your base, craft your tools, use your Minecart to harvest raw resources and battle to stop the Ender Dragon from ending the world. Come explore the endless possibilities of LEGO® with a trained Play-Well TEKnologies instructor. Fee: $33.
MARVELous Engineering using LEGO®
Wednesday afternoon, July 26 | 2 hours of fun for campers ages 8 - 12.
LEGO® Builders Assemble! Join our experienced Play-Well Instructors to save the world. We will use LEGO® to build our strongest Avengers to defeat Thanos, help Thor retrieve Mjolnir, swing through the city with Spider-man, and tell Hulk to....Smash! Our journey will take us to battles on this world and beyond. Are you up to the challenge? Fee: $33.
Student (UAZ): $240
Member (Campus Rec): $260
General Camp Information & Details
“A” Camp is Campus Recreation’s traditional day camp for campers ages 5-11 and Counselors-In-Training (CIT) ages 12-14. A typical day at camp consists of playing active groups games, creating arts & crafts, participating in engaging cooperative games and swimming in our olympic-sized pool.
Voyager programs are optional add-on opportunities like morning swim lessons and offsite field trips. They tend to fill fast and space is limited.
Structured camp hours are from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., however, we provide drop-off as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick-up as late as 5:30 p.m. at no additional cost.
Take advantage of a 10% sibling discount automatically applied when additional campers are registered. Deposits of $50 per camp week per camper accepted to reserve spot (swim lessons and field trips must be paid in full at the time of registration). Lastly, the full amount is due the Friday before the start of each camp week.
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Camp is a special leadership program for youth between the ages of 12 - 14. CIT’s will have specific time throughout the camp week for community service projects, on-campus field trips and mentoring opportunities. CIT’s participate in camp games with the staff and younger campers. Sibling discount counts towards both “A” Camp and CIT camp.
Questions or Comments
Feel free to connect directly with Erin Anderson, Youth Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: (520) 621-6891, Allison Giddings, Assistant Director of Youth Programs, email@example.com, phone: (520) 621-4800 or Rachel Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campers must be at least 5 years old to attend.
CIT's must be 12-14 years old.
Dropoff/PickupDropoff: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Pickup: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Where & When
Mondays 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Where & When
Wednesdays 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM