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800-968-4332

campinvention@invent.org

www.campinvention.org

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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 Jemicy

Jemicy Upper School Campus

11202 Garrison Forest Road

Owings Mills

410-753 – 8032

cmitchell@jemicyschool.org

www.jemicyschool.org/camps

June 24-July 26

Ages 6-14

Camp Jemicy is a 5-week, co-ed day camp run by Jemicy School, a leader in the education of children with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. The camp offers daily skills instruction and tutoring, as well as fun recreational activities and adventures.

Camp Rock

Baltimore

410-665-7461

director@camprockmd.com

www.camprockmd.com

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Ages 4-12

Our day camp provides weekly themebased activities, and we are adding new activities and themes for our 2019 camp season. Camp Rock summer camp activities include: nature trails, water activities, swimming, swim lessons, games, crafts, performing arts, sports, team-building, academic enrichment, on-site field trips, delicious meals, friendships, and so much more. Activities are age-appropriate and led by our certified, caring staff. Camp Rock also offers specialty classes featuring swimming lessons, culinary arts, horsemanship, martial arts, creative movement, music, gymnastics and sports training. Come see why we are the best day camp in Baltimore.

CCBC Summer Learning Adventures Camp

Essex

443-840-4700

www.ccbcmd.edu/Programs-and-Courses/Life-Enrichment/Youth/Summer-Learning-Adventures-Camp.aspx

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Ages 7-17

Students from ages 7-17 will be able to tap their creative talents, explore careers, expand their computer interests and hone academic skills.

Children’s Playhouse of Maryland’s Summer Performance Workshop in Residence at CCBC

Essex

443-840-2426

cpm@ccbcmd.edu

www.cpmarts.org

July 22-Aug 9

Ages 6-15 (must be 6 years old by June 1)

A three-week workshop allowing students to produce a show from start to finish – auditions to performance. Morning sessions include segments of theatre, movement, music, prop construction and theatre production. The afternoon session will consist of rehearsals for Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.,” which will be presented at public performances on Aug. 7 and Aug. 8.

Club SciKidz Chesapeake

Various locations

908-892-6123

www.clubscikidzmd.com

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Ages 4-15

Themed camps with a focus on science and technology – chemistry, game design, robotics, veterinary medicine and more.

College for Kids

Towson

collegeforkids@towson.edu

www.towson.edu/collegeforkids

July 22-26

Ages 4 through rising grade 5

College for Kids provides enrichment for children of exceptional intellectual ability. The instructional focus is on extending children’s existing fund of knowledge through first-hand, creative experiences. Our fun and challenging courses provide children with an earlier, more in-depth and more multi-faceted perspective than is usually available in traditional educational settings.

Community Art Center at Towson University Summer Art Camp

Towson

410-704-2351

cac@towson.edu

www.towson.edu/cac/summerartcamp.asp

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Ages 6-14

Create, explore and learn about art in a positive environment. Drawing, sculpture, painting, clay and mixed media taught by professional artists and art teachers. Activities are aimed at sparking creativity, developing new skills and nurturing innovation. Three two-week sessions and one one-week session.

Coppermine Fieldhouse Summer Camps

Various locations

410-337-7781

info@copperminefieldhouse.com

www.copperminefieldhouse.com

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Ages 3-14

Coppermine offers a wide range of Summer Camps at six locations: Coppermine Sports Center in Mt. Washington, Coppermine DuBurns Arena in Canton, Coppermine Cross Keys at Cross Keys, Coppermine Norris Field in Mt. Washington, Coppermine Green Valley in