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include offensive and defensive skills, game situations and small game strategies. Campers are trained individually in all of the major fundamental areas of the game: hitting, 1v1 elimination skills, passing, scoring and defensive skills.

Patriot Way Summer Camp

The John Carroll School, Bel Air

410-838-8333

lnitchie@johncarroll.org

www.johncarroll.org/summer

Weekly sessions run from June 17-Aug. 9

Ages 5-18

The John Carroll School is proud to offer our Patriot Way Summer Camp programs for boys and girls ages 5-18. Camps include a wide range of sports camps, multiple musical theater camps, dance, STEAM, college essay writing and a day camp.

Summer Kids@Carroll and Teen College

Westminster

410-386-8100

cet@carrollcc.edu

www.carrollcc.edu/summerkids

June 24-Aug. 23

Ages 5-15

A summer enrichment program in a camp-like environment. Our half-day and full-day age-appropriate programs are rich with hands-on activities in a range of topics including art, Harry Potter, performance, woodworking, technology, cooking, career camps, video game design, STEM and more. Kids@Carroll for kids ages 5-11; Teen College especially for ages 12-15.

Y Camp

18 locations in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard Counties

Contact any Y Center

www.ymarylandcamp.org

June 17-Aug. 23

Ages 5-17

Y Camp is a time to unplug and let loose in the great outdoors! Campers unlock new skills, discover new interests and meet new friends. Offering day and overnight camps, teen camps, and specialty camps (art, sports, science). FREE extended camp hours, sibling discounts and financial assistance available. Register today!

Cecil County

Camp Conowingo

Conowingo

410-358-9711

www.gscm.org/en/camp/residentcamps.html

Check website for 2019 dates

Ages 7-17

We are located on 600 acres adjacent to the Susquehanna River. Offering archery, horseback riding, low & high ropes, rock wall, art and crafts and more.

Sandy Hill Camp

North East

410-287-5554

info@sandyhillcamp.com

www.SandyHillCamp.com

June 23-Aug. 16

Ages 8-16

One- and two-week overnight sessions for boys and girls located on 211 acres overlooking the Chesapeake Bay.

Traditional camp program with a choice of activities: sailing, waterskiing, ropes course, archery, sports, creative and performing arts, horses, pool, and zipline.

DC/Suburbs Barrie Camp

Silver Spring

301-576-2815

camp@barrie.org

www.barrie.org/camp

June 17-Aug. 9

Ages 4-14

Self-contained environment with on-site horseback riding, swimming, canoeing, STEAM and sports activities. Vast natural setting of 45 acres, state-of-the-art athletic facilities, Makerspaces, theater, computer lab, and more! Bus transportation and extended day options. Discounts and payment plans available. Open Houses Feb. 10, March 10 and April 28.

Camp Invention

Check website for locations

800-968-4332

campinvention@invent.org

www.campinvention.org

Check website for 2019 dates

Grades K-6

Camp Invention is one week in the summer where your child’s creativity, innovation and problem-solving skills are challenged and developed in fun and exciting ways. The top priority is to inspire future innovators and build their confidence in the natural ability to dream and create.

Camp Shakespeare

Washington, DC

202-547-5688

campstc@shakespearetheatre.org

www.shakespearetheatre.org/camp

June 17-Aug. 17

Ages 7-18

Under the guidance of theatre professionals, participants unravel Shakespeare’s plays with text analysis; transform into characters through voice, movement and improvisation work; wage battles against mortal enemies with stage combat; and develop fundamental acting skills. Multiple sessions.

Camp Sonshine

Silver Spring

301-989-CAMP

info@campsonshine.org

www.campsonshine.org

Check website for 2019 dates

Ages 3-17

Camp Sonshine is a county/state licensed, American Camp Association accredited Christian Day Camp. Our Silver Spring location – nestled on 25 acres of wooded land, fields and streams –

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