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2013 North Coast summer camps listings

The annual Summer Camps list was designed to make choosing youth summer activities easier than ever. With multiple categories describing the general types of camps, the list also provides important information on cost, length of sessions, activities and locations.

Each camp listing includes the information you need to visit a camp's website, to contact camp operators and navigate costs.

Interested in sailing? Rocking out in a band? Creating an animated film? Camping out under the stars? Or just clowning around? This list has it all.

Note: Camps with overnight or residential programs are marked by an asterisk.

— Compiled by Janet Balicki, Press Democrat Staff

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MONTESSORI FUN: SUMMER FUN CAMP<MC> Montessori Curriculum, Spanish, hands on learning activities, academics, gardening, social graces and courtesy, outside play, picnics in the grass, painting, art projects, sprinkler time, friends and fun. Fully licensed preschool program for ages 2-5. June 18-Aug 9, Tu-Fr, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 or 2:30 p.m.. Contact for pricing. 9800 Veronica Dr, Windsor. rosedi55@sbcglobal.net www.montessorifun.com 707-838-4632

<MC>SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY: EXCEL FOR YOUTH <MC>Offers students entering 4-9th grades, fifty classes in science, technology and the arts on the campus of SSU. Designed to foster curiosity and involvement, these accelerated classes use college labs, guest speakers and field trips. Courses include Pre-Med for Kids, Exploring Shakespeare, 3-D Animation and Modeling, CSI, I- Movie, Crash and Burn Chemistry and more. June 24-28, July 9-18, July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon, 1-4 p.m., extended care available. $150-375, scholarships available. 1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. alison.marks@sonoma.edu www.sonoma.edu/exed/excel 707 664-2394

<MC>ST. EUGENE'S: SUMMER SCHOOL<MC> 5 week summer school for students entering 1st-8th grades in the fall. Reading, Writing, and Math are reinforced in the morning with Computers, Arts &amp; Crafts, Sports, and Reader's Theater in the afternoon. Daycare is available before and after school. June 17- July 19, M-F, 9 a.m. -2:30 p.m.. $660. 300 Farmers Ln., Santa Rosa. offfice@steugenesch.org www.steugenesch.org 707-545-7252

<MC>ST. VINCENT HIGH SCHOOL: JUNIOR HIGH DEBATE CAMP<MC> Learn speech and debate skills from St. Vincent's Director of Forensics and nationally ranked high school debaters. Focus on speaking confidently, constructing arguments, &amp; presenting research to support arguments. For those entering grades 6-9. June 17- 21, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $500 (financial aid available). 849 Keokuk St., Petaluma. lmcclay@svhs-pet.org http://www.svhs-pet.org/s/905/index.aspx?sid=905&amp;gid=1&amp;pgid=1265 707-763-1032


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