2019 Community Summer Camps & Classes
Boys & Girls Club of Michigan City Summer Day CampFOR YOUTH AGES 6 - 17June 3rd – July 26th, Monday - Friday from 7:45 am – 4:30 pmCost Per Youth: $40 for active members/$60 for non-members*Location: Charles Westcott Club (former Elston building)Visit this website for more information: http://bgclubmc.
org/summer-campCity Kids Day Camp (MC Parks & Rec)For Ages 6-11June 10 - August 2, 8am - 3:00pmCost: $35Location: Lake Hills Elementary SchoolRegister at City Hall, Parks Dept.Visit the City Kids Day Camp Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/citykidsdaycamp/Dunes Arts Foundation Acting ClassesYouth 8 to 12, Tues. and Thurs. 10-Noon CST
Teens 13 to 18, Mon. and Wed. 10-Noon CSTClasses run from July 1st with Student Showcase on August 5thDunes Summer Theater, 288 Shady Oak Dr, Michigan CityTito Sanchez-Williams, a graduate of the New School of Drama in NYC with a Master of Fine Arts in Acting, returns this summer to teach our Youth and Teen Acting Classes. In these 5-week, fun-packed courses, young actors will learn skills to help them listen, focus, and find their inner voice. During this summer program, your young actor can develop their creative abilities, learn teamwork required for performing, vocal projection, articulation, timing, improve their listening and memorization skills, confidence and grace. The summer culminates in a showcase celebrating your young actor's new found talents.Each class is limited to 12 students, so reserve your spot early.
For more information: https://www.
dunesartsfoundation.org/youth- programIndiana Sheriff's Association Youth Leadership CampThe Indiana Sheriff's Association (ISA) will be celebrating their 40th Annual Indiana Sheriffs' Association Youth Leadership Camp!There will be two camp sessions this year. The first session will be held June 25- 28 at Pine Creek Camp in Pine Village, Indiana (Warren County), serving the northern part of the state. The second session will be held July 9-11 serving the southern part of the state at Waycross Episcopal Camp in Morgantown, Indiana (Brown County).
The Indiana Sheriffs' Association Youth Leadership Camp is a program provided by the ISA for boys and girls who are currently in the 7th or 8th grade of school and are interested in learning more about a possible career in law enforcement. The camp provides a very meaningful experience as well as relationships with other campers from throughout the state and sheriff’s deputies who serve as counselors and instructors.Any boy or girl in the 7th or 8th grade of school interested in attending the camp should contact the Captain Derek J. Allen (219-326-7700, ext. 2283 / email@example.com), one of the school resource officers, or your school counselor for an application and additional information.LaPorte Municipal Airport Aviation Camp
Aviation Camp for students entering grades 6th - 12th next school years.
Date: June 10 - 14, 2019
- All students receive a flight from a local pilot
- Speakers include an aeronautical engineer, airline pilot, and reaper/predator drone operator.
- Classes in aerodynamics
- Field TripMore information can be found on the below applications:Michigan City Public Library - Poetry Slam Camp 2019Grades 5-8, June 17-21Register and join this fun, week-long camp for middle-school-aged kids! Purdue Northwest and the library collaborate on programming and activities including writing, performance and video-making. Call 219-873-3049 for more information and how to register! Registration is only $5 and waivers are available. More information can be found here, as well as on Facebook at "SlamCamp Northwest Indiana."Michigan City Police Youth Leadership AcademyFrom June 24 through June 28, the 2019 MCPD Youth Leadership Academy will be a fun and inspiring week that will help to motivate each participant to take their place as leaders among their peers. High energy activities, positive reinforcement, and confidence building programs will be the common thread throughout the activities of the week. For more information and to apply, download the flyer and application below and submit it to the Michigan City Police Department by noon on Friday, June 8.Michigan City Yacht Club Sailing Programs
South Shore Nautical Education Foundation, Inc., located at Washington Park Marina, offers a sailing school for children ages 8 and older. We have two youth programs which include youth racing and youth day camp. The youth racing is held 5PM-7PM on Tuesdays for 4 weeks, and is tailored to teach the fundamentals of racing. The summer day camp is designed to emphasize the fun of sailing. We offer 4 two week sessions from June 17th through August 9th, each with a morning session (9AM to 12PM) and an afternoon session (1PM to 4PM). Scholarships are available. For more information, please go to www.mcycsailingschool.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safe Harbor Summer CampThis year's camp for students entering grades 1-6 is being held on Mondays thru Fridays from June 11 thru July 20 at Knapp Elementary School. Activities include field trips, swimming, art, daily athletics, nature exploration, and more! For more information, download the flyer below.
Safe Harbor Summer Camp InfoSalvation Army Summer Camp (Little Pine Island)The Salvation Army of Michigan City (1201 S. Franklin Street Michigan City, IN) offers FREE summer camps for students of all ages at its camp in Michigan. Programs include outdoor adventure, sports, music, teen, and high adventure camps and occur intermittently throughout the summer. (NOTE: Although the registration date has passed, there are still plenty of spots available! Call for information - 219.874.6885)YMCA All-Sports CampDates: June 10th-13th 8am-1pm, June 24th-27th 12pm-5pm, July 8th-12th 8am-1pm, July 22nd-25th 12pm-5pm
Grades: All boys and girls in grades 1-6
Cost per week: Member: $40.00 Non-Member: $80.00 Pre-registration is required
Questions? Please contact Kathy Workman at email@example.com or (219) 221-4055.
More Info For YMCA Summer Camp 2019Paladin Summer Camp
Dates: Session One is from June 10 - 21, Session Two is from July 8 - 19, Session Three is from July 29 - Aug 9
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MAY 10
Grades: All School-Age Children With DisabilitiesFirefly Adventures Camps"Firefly Adventures offers experiential character and leadership development camps for the youth and adults of the Northwest Indiana area. We believe everyone can learn how to incorporate the value of respect, honesty, integrity, and empathy into everyday life through building connection and self-confidence. Through cultivating the awareness that everyday actions matter, one develops a deeper sense of pride in who they are and who they want to become."Click here to visit their site for more information*****Contact these organizations for dates, locations, and fee information. :NCCAA – East side Emmett Wise Center (1702 E. Michigan Blvd.) (219) 873-7099– West side: The Madelyn & George Smrt Center (301 Grant Ave. the corner of 9th and Grant Street) (219) 872-0942.Register on site - no fee!