Summer Camp (preschool to 10th grade) is held every weekday from June 20 until Aug. 30 at the Federal Way Community Center. Photo courtesy of city of Federal Way

Summer Camp (preschool to 10th grade) is held every weekday from June 20 until Aug. 30 at the Federal Way Community Center. Photo courtesy of city of Federal Way

Prevent summertime blues with Federal Way summer day camp

Summer Camp (preschool to 10th grade) is held every weekday from June 20 until Aug. 30 at the Federal Way Community Center.

As parents know, once school lets out finding healthy activities for kids can become a challenge. Fortunately, there is still time to get registered for summer day camp, the best cure for summertime blues.

Summer Camp (preschool to 10th grade) is held every weekday from June 20 until Aug. 30 at the Federal Way Community Center.

Fireflies preschool camp runs four weeks (June 24-28, July 8-12, July 22-26 and Aug. 5-9) this summer from 9 a.m.-12p.m. for 3–5 year olds and cost is $105 per week. Kids will have a great time singing songs, playing games and making crafts all centered around fun themes.

Summer Craze/Commotion and Cubbies opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. This camp is for K–6th graders and cost is $195 per week (five days). Summer camp is all about having fun with counselors and meeting new friends. This camp offers swimming, rock climbing, games, crafts, songs, fieldtrips and energetic staff. Activities and field trips are planned around fun themes like “Hip Hop and Hoops,” campers will head over to Town Square Park to listen to some summer tunes during the weekly field trip.

Teens are invited to Crazy Teen Camp. Camp opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. This camp is for 7th-10th graders and cost is $200 per week. Teen activities will include fitness, gaming, two field trips (one preplanned and one teen planned), active gym games, swimming, rock climbing, optional crafting and much more.

For questions or more information contact: recreation coordinator Kimberly Ledyard at 253-835-6934 or kim.ledyard@cityoffederalway.com.

For more information or to register visit itallhappenshere.org.




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