Summer Camps around SWLA - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Summer Camps around SWLA

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All kids want from camps are games, friends, and arts and crafts. SWLA has a bunch of camps aimed simply at having fun.

Here is a list of camps around SWLA: 

  • Camp Edgewood: Boy Scouts of America have opportunities for traditional merit badge work as well as new personal development options.  Scouts of all ages will find plenty of merit badges and programs to enjoy. The dates are Jun. 10 - Jun. 16. Register HERE
  • Adventure Summer Day Camp: This camp is an exclusive club that invites children to experience and participate in a variety of carefully planned, action-packed, fun-filled summer activities. Qualified Early Childhood Educators oversee Adventure Camp and are actively involved in ongoing workshops to create the very best activities possible. The dates are May 29 - Aug. 10. It is open to ages 4 - 15 and costs $140 per week or $1500. Register HERE
  • Camp Wi-Ta-Wentin: Wi-Ta-Wentin (which means living and playing together in the out of doors) is owned and operated by Campfire USA southwest Louisiana council. Kids learn how to thrive, be diverse, and other youth development skills. The camp is for ages 10 - 15 and costs $251-400 per week. Call to register at 337-478-6550.
  • Children's Youth Theatre: The week-long day offers classes in drama, crafts, music, and finishes up with a showcase for family and friends. The dates are Jul. 16 - Jul. 20. Ages 4 - 12 can participate. Visit their website HERE
  • South City Christian Church Life Skills classes: The camp is from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Ages 7-12. Classes in basic cooking, woodworking, petcare and art basics. Register at http://southcitychristianchurch.org/register-for-life-skills-2018/.
  • Children's Theatre Company: This camp exists to create extraordinary theatre experiences that educate, challenge and inspire young people. The dates start Jun. 11 and they have different groups every week until Jul. 27.  Ages 5 - 18 can participate. Register HERE
  • Pink Girls Summer: This is a team building camp with breakfast and lunch provided. The dates are Jun. 26 - Jun. 30 from 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Ages 12 - 18 can participate. Call 337-302-1117 to participate. 
  • The Art Factory: Kids can pick a week to create art in several different ways. From pottery to sculpting to painting to printmaking, there's a studio for your child to enjoy. The camps start at $125. They start Jun. 11 and last the whole summer. The classes are flexible so click HERE
  • Frasch Elementary School Camp: The camp has fun activities for Elementary school kids and field trips too. The cost is $330 per month or $25 for a drop-in. Download the registration packet HERE
  • Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Healthcare Awareness Camp: This camp provides students with academic enrichment, skills development, and college preparation. It takes place at F. K. White Middle School. The dates are Jul. 16 - 20. Visit www.osfa.la.gov for more information. 
  • Midsummer Music Madness with the Dr. Francis G. Bulber Youth Orchestra: This camp will be held at McNeese July 9-13 and 16-20. Camp is one session that spans two weeks, meeting from 10 AM-4 PM daily. Classes will be offered in strings (violin, viola, cello, and string bass), guitar (classical and electric), ukulele, mixed instrument ensemble, piano, percussion, and music theory. Different levels of these classes will be available for students of all musical backgrounds and experience levels. Registration tuition per student for the two-week camp is $200 for members of FGBYO and $250 for non-members. Discounts given for sibling groups by calling (337) 582-2466. For more information call Emma Guillory at (337) 582-2466.?

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