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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

<QM>ACADEMIC<QM>

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

<MC>SYLVAN LEARNING CENTERS: SUMMER PROGRAMS<MC> Reading, Writing, Math, Study Skills, SAT Prep., and more. Customized educational programs. Flexible summer hours. WASC Accredited. A+ rating with the BBB. Locally owned. Ages 4.5- adult. All summer long. M-Th: 9 a.m. - noon &amp; 2:30-7:30. Sat: 9 a.m. - noon. From $120/mo. 1421 Guerneville Rd., Ste. 112, Santa Rosa. slc0515@sonic.net www.educate.com 707-528-6000

<QM>ALL-AROUND<QM>

EXTENDED CHILD CARE<MC> Themed weekly sessions include the Great Outdoors, Wet and Wild, Mile High Creatures, and National Academy of Athletics. Activities include Hip Hop, martial arts, chess, drumming and much more. Located on elementary school campuses at Riebli, JX Wilson, Mattie Washburn, RLS Stevens, and Windsor Creek. Full day program. See website for details. Ages 5-12. Multiple sessions from June 3 to Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $138/wk full days, $77/wk half days. 1745 Copperhill Pkwy #5, Santa Rosa. kathy@extcc.org www.extcc.org 707-545-2402

<MC>FITCH MOUNTAIN SUMMER DAY CAMP<MC> Activities include arts, crafts, dramatic play, music, games, swimming, H20 slides, jumping tents, sports tournaments, face painting, sno cones, "wheels days", "super-soaker days", special events and more. Grades K-8. Multiple sessions from June 3 to Aug 14, M-F, 7:30 a.m. - 6 pm.. $40- $150, scholarships available. 520 Monte Vista Ave., Healdsburg. fitchmountaindaycamp@comcast.net www.fitchmountaindaycamp.com 707-431-1412

<MC>LADYBUG HOLLOW<MC> Nurturing home environment in NW Santa Rosa providing 9 weeks of summer camp. Gardening, Crafts, Cooking, Tie Dye, Outdoor play and more. Ages 3-7. Weekly sessions from July 10-Aug 16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., after-care available. $140/wk. Plumeria Dr., Santa Rosa. ladybughollowkids@yahoo.com 707-544-3065

*<MC>PLANTATION FARM CAMP<MC> Overnight camp on a working livestock ranch for kids age 7-17. Activities include farm and animal-care, swimming, horseback riding, wilderness activities, hiking, arts &amp; crafts, drama and more. ACA accredited. June 17- July 11 or July 15- Aug 8. $4500/session. 34285 Kruse Ranch Rd., Cazadero. info@plantationcamp.com www.plantationcamp.com 707-847-3494

*<MC>REDWOOD ADVENTURE CAMP<MC> Residential camp for those in grades 5-12 located on the Eel River, in Leggett. Enjoy hiking, archery, riflery, horses, swimming, crafts, a low ropes course, and wilderness education. July 12-19, F-F. $415, scholarships available. P.O. Box 9447, Santa Rosa. office@redwoodadventure.org www.redwoodadventure.org 707-703-9171

<MC>REDWOOD COUNTRY KIDS CLUB<MC> Variety of activities for all children's interests. Ages 5-13. June 3- Aug 15, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $660 Full Time/Part Time also available. 1340 Medical Center Dr., Rohnert Park. forlearninginc@sbcglobal.net forlearninginc.com 707-586-0675

<MC>STEVE &amp; KATE'S CAMP<MC> Kids choose from a wide range of activities including cooking, sewing, water slides, stadium sports, and camp games. Emphasis on developing auto-didactic (self-directed learning) skills. Ages 5-12. June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 7:30 a.m. - 6 pm.. $64- $80 per day, scholarships available. 4400 Day School Place, Santa Rosa. santarosa@steveandkate.com steveandkatescamp.com 415-389-5437

<MC>APPLE BLOSSOM: SUMMER CAMP<MC> Weekly themes sessions for grades K-5, completed. Activities include swimming, arts &amp; crafts, PE and field trips to places like Scandia, Chuck E. Cheese, and Hageman Trout Farm. , M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $48-$130Field trips and swimming extra. $25 registration fee. 700 Water Trough Rd, Sebastopol. ksill@twinhillsusd.org twinhillsusd.org 707-823-3463

*<MC>BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA: CAMP NOYO <MC>Ride the Skunk train to Camp Noyo, where boy scouts will camp, cook, swim, practice handicraft, explore nature, and more. 33 different merit badges can be awarded through activities participated in. Residential program for ages 11-18. July 13-20, Sat- Sat, $360/ scout, $175/ leader, scholarships available. Camp Noyo, Fort Bragg. camping@redwoodbsa.org www.redwoodbsa.org 707-546-8137

<MC>BOYS &amp; GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL SONOMA COUNTY: GEYSERVILLE CAMP<MC> Every week, campers explore a new theme through crafts, games, &amp; sports. This engaging camp offers many adventures including field trips, swimming pools &amp; cross-Club excursions. Themes include: Art Attack!, Galaxy Quest, Where the Wild Things Are, and Survivor. Ages 6-13. Themed weekly sessions, all summer long, M-F, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.. $25- $500. 21485 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville. lmcphee@bgccsc.org www.bgccsc.org 707-857-3214

<MC>BOYS &amp; GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL SONOMA COUNTY: WINDSOR CAMP<MC> Every week, campers explore a new theme through crafts, games, &amp; sports. This engaging camp offers many adventures including field trips, swimming pools &amp; cross-Club excursions. Themes include: Art Attack!, Galaxy Quest, Where the Wild Things Are, and Survivor. Ages 6-14. Themed weekly sessions, all summer long, M-F, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.. $25- $750. 9640 Brooks Road S., Windsor. kswenson@bgccsc.org www.bgccsc.org 707-838-1959

<MC>BRUSH CREEK MONTESSORI SCHOOL: PRE-SCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY SUMMER CAMPS<MC> Weekly sessions and rates available. Elementary camps offered weekly are Art, Music, Drama, Cooking and Camping Skills. Ages 3-12. Weekly sessions from June 24- Aug 16, M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., extended hours available. $200 to $350. 1569 Brush Creek Road, Santa Rosa. admin@bcmontessori.org www.bcmontessori.org 707-539-7980

<MC>CHOP'S : TEEN CLUB<MC> Art classes, sports including a summer basketball league, volleyball, climbing wall, culinary classes, guitar classes, field trips, workforce ready programs, beginning Photoshop, and digital film making. Ages 12-18. All summer long, M-Sat, noon- 7 p.m.. Call for pricing. 509 Adams St., Santa Rosa. info@chopsonline.com www.chopsonline.com 707-284-2467

*<MC>CLOVERLEAF RANCH: <MC>Explore the frontier west with activities such as horseback riding, campouts, hiking, swimming, ropes course, arts and crafts, and much more. Ages 5-17. Overnights, after-care and scholarships available. Residential Camp: Sun- Sat, Day Camp M-F, Inquire regarding specific dates and times. $220 - $999/wk. 3892 Old Redwood Hwy., Santa Rosa. cloverleafranch@hotmail.com www.cloverleafranch.com 707-545-5906

<MC>CLUB ONE: SUMMER CAMPS<MC> Learn how fitness and fun go hand-in-hand. Daily Activities Include: group games, fitness programs, summer reading club, theme-inspired crafts and activities, and swimming. For K-12 years. Weekly themed sessions from June 3- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., extended hours available. $200 $275/wk, inquire for details. 1201 Redwood Way, Petaluma. courtney.bateman@clubone.com www.clubonesummercamps.com 707-766-8080

<MC>HEALDSBURG PARKS AND RECREATION : KINDER KIDS CAMP<MC> All of the traditional camp activities such as, cooking, science, special events arts &amp; crafts, games and sports, specifically designed for children aged 5.5- 7 years old. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 2, M-F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.. $130/wk, scholarships available. Healdsburg Community Center, 1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. afinnie@ci.healdsburg.ca.us www.healdsburgparksandrec.org 707-431-3301

<MC>HEALDSBURG PARKS AND RECREATION: PRE-SCHOOL CAMPS<MC> Art, music, science, and literacy experiences for ages 3-5. Outdoor play and exploration are provided each day including activities in our children's garden. Themed weeks include Dinosaur Detectives, Ocean Adventure, and Flying High in the Sky. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 2, Tu-Th or M, W, F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.. $78- $156, scholarships available. Healdsburg Community Center, 1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. afinnie@ci.healdsburg.ca.us www.healdsburgparksandrec.org 707-431-3301

<MC>HEALDSBURG PARKS AND RECREATION : SIZZLIN' SUMMER CAMP<MC> Day camps full of exciting activities including arts and crafts, traditional and non-traditional sports, swimming, water games, cooking, science, engineering, LEGO construction, gardening and much more. Ages 7-12. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 9, M-Th, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $79/ half day, $145/ full day, scholarships available. Healdsburg Community Center, 1775 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. afinnie@ci.healdsburg.ca.us www.healdsburgparksandrec.org 707-431-3301

<MC>JANBOREE DAYCARE: SUMMER CAMP<MC> Day camp for ages 6 to 10. Field trips, swimming, crafts, parks, fairs, gymnastics, hiking, cooking and more. Camp runs all summer long, June 10- Aug 20, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $30/ day. 7120 Orchard Station Rd., Rohnert Park. 707-795-8568

<MC>JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER: CAMP CHAI<MC> Activities: recreational swim; sports; arts &amp; crafts; kumzitz: sing, laugh, bond; gaga; active games; storytelling; singing; Israeli dance; Shabbat celebrations; Jewish traditions. Grades K-9. June 17-21; June 24-28. M-Th: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., F: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $295 for campers; $147.50 for CIT program. 10% sibling discount and scholarships available. Finley Community Park, 2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa. office@jccsoco.org www.jccsoco.org 707-528-4222

<MC>KIWI PRESCHOOL: CAMP KIWI <MC>Younger campers master the necessary skills for kindergarten. School age children focus on leadership and more advanced skills. Camps include trips to Howarth Park for soccer, tennis, nature walks and water play. Ages 4-8 Multiple sessions from July 15- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (childcare included 7 a.m.-6 p.m.). $160/ wk. 573 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa. kiwipreschool.com kiwipreschool.com 707-539-6232

<MC>LANDPATHS: OWL CAMP<MC> Nature- based day camp that encourages kids to explore and enjoy the outdoors through activities like: hiking, creek exploration, swimming, canoeing, earth- centered crafts, organic gardening, music and more. Held at Rancho Mark West nature preserve. Ages 5-10, and CIT program for ages 11-13. July 8-12, July 15-19, July 29- Aug 2, Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $250-400, sliding scale. 7125 St. Helena Rd., Santa Rosa. alfredo@landpaths.org http://www.landpaths.org/get-kids-outside/owl-camp-2013.aspx 707-544-7282

<MC>MCDONALD RANCH, INC.: DAY CAMP<MC> Activities include swimming, boat regattas, archery, lapidary, nature hikes &amp; studies, puppy &amp; kitten love, scrap booking, ropes course, horseback riding, goat milking, ceramics, arts &amp; crafts, water games, theme days, field trips, songs, skits, games &amp; more. Shuttles available from SR, RP, and Petaluma. Ages 5-12 and 12-18 CIT. Weekly sessions all summer long, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.. $135-$365, scholarships available. 1651 Warm Springs Rd, Glen Ellen and 5585 Newanga Ave, Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa. info@mcdonaldranch.org www.mcdonaldranchfun@yahoo.com 707- 537- 0955

*<MC>OCEAN SONG FARM AND WILDERNESS CENTER: TEEN CAMP<MC> Teens will learn nature-based skills like food foraging, tracking, indigenous pottery techniques, and more. Other activities include swimming, wilderness exploration, a ropes course, overnights and a backpacking trip. Ages 13-15. July 29- Aug 2, M- Tu 9-4 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. overnight until Friday 4 p.m. $425-$495 (sliding scale). 19100 Coleman Valley Rd., Occidental. lbaiter@yahoo.com www.oceansong.org 707-570-6873

<MC>OCEAN SONG FARM AND WILDERNESS CENTER: COYOTE CAMP<MC> Activities include wilderness exploration, swimming, tracking, nature games, creative arts, herbal knowledge, singing &amp; storytelling, bird language, community building. Co-sponsored by EarthWays Foundation. Ages 5-12. Multiple themed sessions from July 1-26, see website for details, M-F, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.. $265-$325 per child/per week, scholarships available. 19100 Coleman Valley Rd., Occidental. anniek@oceansong.org www.oceansong.org 707-318-6948

<MC>PEPPERWOOD PRESERVE: BUDDING BIOLOGISTS SUMMER CAMP<MC> Combining fun and educational investigations in the classroom with hiking expeditions to different areas of the preserve, participants will expand their knowledge of key ecological concepts through first-hand experiences. Ages 7-10: June 10-13 Ages 10-12: June 17-20, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.. 125. 2130 Pepperwood Preserve Road, Santa Rosa. events@pepperwoodpreserve.org http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/346839 707-591-9310

<MC>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: CAMP K2<MC> Travel day camp takes you on a week of adventures throughout the Bay Area. Activities may include: sports, games, field trips, swimming and events. Ages 12-14. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug9, M-F, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.. $46/day or $206/wk. 426 8th St., Petaluma. www.cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec 707-778-4380

<MC>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: CAMP SUNSHINE<MC> This introduction to camp will include a morning filled with age-appropriate crafts, games, and songs. Children need to bring a lunch - snack is provided. Ages 3-5. Weekly sessions from June 3- Aug 2, M-F, 8:30 a.m.-1p.m., extended hours available. $21/day or $82/wk. 320 N McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. www.cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec 707-778-4380

<MC>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: KIDS KLUB<MC> Trained and experienced staff will lead children through daily adventures of songs, crafts, games and outdoor activities. Weekly activities include swimming and field trips. Ages 5-11. Weekly sessions from June 3- Aug 9, M-F, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Extended day 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. $36/day or $154/wk, scholarships available. 320 N McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. www.cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec 707-778-4380

<MC>PETALUMA VALLEY ATHLETIC CLUB: SPORTS AND SPLASH CAMP<MC> Basketball, racquetball, soccer, tennis, swimming, talent show, arts &amp; crafts, special guests and more. Themed weeks inspire the games and activities played. Themes include Wacky Science, Circus, and Welcome to Hogwarts. Ages 5-12. Multiple themed sessions from July 3- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., extended hours available. $145/half day, $215/full day. 85 Old Corona Rd., Petaluma. summercamps@pvac.com http://www.petalumavalleyathleticclub.com/summercamps/ 707-789-9898

<MC>ROHNERT PARK COMMUNITY SERVICES: CAMP BURTON<MC> Arts &amp; crafts, swimming, BBQs in the park, group games, field trips and more. Weekly themes guide the activities. Ages 6-12. Multiple weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. to 3:30 pm or Extended care from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.. $107/week, scholarships available. 7421 Burton Ave., Rohnert Park. communityservices@rpcity.org www.rprec.org 707-586-3456

<MC>ROHNERT PARK COMMUNITY SERVICES: FRIDAY FUN DAY FIELD TRIPS<MC> If you are looking for something fun but don't need a full week of day camp. Outings include SSU Ropes Course, Pump it Up, Movie Theatre, Howarth Park, Double Decker Lanes, Rohnert Park Gymnastics, and Cal Skate. Locations subject to change. Ages 6-12. Field trips run from June 14- Aug 9, Fridays, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $37 ($30 for RP Res), scholarships available. 7421 Burton Ave., Rohnert Park. communityservices@rpcity.org www.rprec.org 707-588-3456

<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: CAMP TINY TOTS AT FINLEY<MC> Program for children ages 3-5, consisting of crafts, swimming on Wednesdays and outdoor games. Emphasis is on socialization and fun. Snack is included. Children must be toilet-trained. June 17- 20, or 24-27, M-Th, 9. - 11:30 a.m. $75 S.R. Res ($85 Non Res). 2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

*<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: CAMP WA-TAM<MC> Modeled after the traditional residential style camp. Activities include archery, crafts, nature education, canoeing, hiking, songs, skits, games and zany fun with talented and skilled counselors. Thursday Night includes a sleepover and show for parents. Ages 6-12.Weekly themed sessions from June 10-Aug16, see website for details, M-F, M-W. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Th. overnight from 1 p.m. until F. 10 a.m. $165/ SR Res, $175/ Non-Res. 630 Summerfield Ave. In Howarth Park, Santa Rosa. rshepherd@srcity.org http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/recreationandparks/programs/camps/Pages/default.aspx 707-543-3428

<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: CAMP YU-CHI<MC> Day camp for kids ages 6-12. Activities include crafts, games, skits, songs, archery, swimming, and nature projects. Themed field trips coordinate with weekly sessions. Friday afternoon BBQ's held for parents. Weekly themed sessions from June 10-Aug2, see website for details, M-F, 10:30a.m. - 5:15p.m. with extended morning hours, starting 7:45a.m., for an additional fee. . $155/ SR Res, $165/Non-Res. 1700 Fulton Rd., Santa Rosa. rshepherd@srcity.org http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/recreationandparks/programs/camps/summercamps/campyuchi/Pages/default.aspx 707-543-3428

<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: DOYLE ADVENTURE CAMP<MC> Adventurous day camp is held at Doyle Park for children age 6- 12. Regular camp activities include games, outdoor skills, swimming, crafts and special events. Includes 3-4 City Bus excursions to local destinations. . ALL drop-off and pick-up locations will be at the Doyle Park Clubhouse. Extended hours offered from 7:45-10:30am for an additional fee. Weekly themed sessions from June 10-Aug16, see website for details, M-F, 10:30a.m.-5:15p.m. . $155/ SR Res, $165/Non-Res. 700 Doyle Park Dr., Santa Rosa. rshepherd@srcity.org http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/recreationandparks/programs/camps/summercamps/Pages/DoyleAdventureCamp.aspx 707-543-3428

<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: RANCH ADVENTURE CAMP<MC> Offers an assortment of ranch activities including archery, soccer, crafts, swimming, water games, kayaking and more. Held at Cloverleaf Ranch. Ages 6-13. July 8-12, Aug 5-9, M-F, 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m.. $285/ SR Res, $275/Non-Res. 3892 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: TINY TOT ADVENTURE CAMP <MC>4-day camp for 3-5 year olds with activities that include games, crafts, jump house, t-shirt decorated by campers, a field trip on Rosie the Trolley and special visitors. Parents are invited on field trips. Snacks included. Held at Steele Lane Community Center. Weekly themed sessions from June 10- July 25, M-Th, 9-11:30 a.m.. $85/SR Res, $75/Non-Res. 415 Steele Ln., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: SUN CAMP<MC> Gardening, expressive arts, swimming at Ives Pool, crafts, games, outdoor play, field trips, community building, and special guest instructors. Ages 6-12. June 3- Aug 23, M - F, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. or 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $30/day-$40/day, $5 extra for 8- 9:30 a.m. 7985 Valentine Ave, Sebastopol. suncamp@seb.org www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC>SEBASTOPOL UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT: CAMP CASTLE<MC> Weekly field trips to Angel Island, McNears Beach, Westminster Woods, Armstrong Redwoods, Casini Ranch and others. Activities include swimming, waterslides, giant inflatables, BBQs, and local walks. Workshops such as Patty James Cooking and Insect Discovery Labs, visiting artists including fused glass and beading. Challenges, raffles, scavenger hunts, treasure hunts and theme days. Arts &amp; crafts, sports, cooking, entertainment, and more. Flexible schedules welcome. Sign up only for the dates you need. Grades K-6. June 4- Aug16, M - F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $66/2 days - $150/5 days per week, plus field trips. 7450 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol. castle@sebusd.org sebastopolschools.org/castlechildcare.html 707-829-4578

<MC>SONOMA STATE: SUPER KIDS CAMP<MC> Weekly themed sessions, local field trips, special events, pool time, rock climbing wall, arts &amp; crafts, sports, science, and group play. Camp leaders are SSU students. Ages 5-11. Held at the Recreation Center at Sonoma State. Ten sessions available from June 3- Aug 9, M-F, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., extended morning and evening hours available. $130/wk. 1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. Superkidscamp@yahoo.com http://www.sonoma.edu/campusrec/programs/skc/ 707-664-4386

*<MC>ST. DOROTHY'S: CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER<MC> A celebration of the natural world. Residential camp that offers hiking, canoeing, swimming, s'mores, campfire songs and archery. Ages 5-18. Multiple sessions available from June 21- Aug 10, Su-Fr. $300-$650. 168 St. Dorothy's Ave., Camp Meeker. sdr@monitor.net www.stdorothysrest.org 707-873-3319

<MC>THE BOYS &amp; GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL SONOMA COUNTY: CAMP CLOVERDALE<MC> Every week, campers explore a new theme through crafts, games, &amp; sports. This engaging camp offers many adventures including field trips, swimming pools &amp; cross-Club excursions. Themes include: Art Attack!, Galaxy Quest, Where the Wild Things Are, The Amazing Race, Survivor, Camp Impossible, California Adventures, Lights, Camera, Action!, Buggin' Out, and Circus Circus. Ages 6-14. June 17- Aug 9, M-F, 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $50. 686 Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale. dmora@bgccsc.org www.bgccsc.org 707-894-5063

<MC>THE BOYS &amp; GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL SONOMA COUNTY: CAMP RONERT PARK<MC>See Cloverdale Camp for description. Ages 6-13. 10 Theme Weeks of Camp throughout the summer, M-F, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.. $25- $750, scholarships available. 7450 Santa Barbara Dr., Rohnert Park. mjones@bgccsc.org www.bgccsc.org 707-795-0139

<MC>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: CAMP WINDSOR - SUPER SUMMER CAMP<MC> See Cloverdale Camp for description. Ages 5? to 10. Weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, Extended hours available. $79-$145, scholarships available. 901 Adele Dr., Windsor. www.townofwindsor.com/recreation 707-838-1260

<MC>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: PRESCHOOL CAMP<MC> Two-week, theme-based preschool camps. Themes include Camp Out, Ocean Adventures, Clowning Around, and A Bugs Life. Ages 3-5, children must be toilet-trained. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 2, M/W/F, 9 a.m. - noon. $119R/$129NR, snack included. 9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Bldg. 200, Windsor. mbufton@townofwindsor.com www.townofwindsor.com 707-838-1260

*<MC>YMCA: CAMP RAVENCLIFF<MC> Overnight camps for ages 7-15. Activities vary each day and include swimming, hiking, crafts, singing, archery, canoeing, drama, games, nature, sports, campfires, and more. A bus will pick campers up at the Y in Santa Rosa and drive them to and from camp in Humboldt County. Multiple sessions from June 30- Aug 4. 8:30 a.m. Su until 5:30 p.m. the following Su. $455-$580 / 1 wk. session, scholarships available. Eel River, southern Humboldt County. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: GRANT DAY CAMP<MC> Children are involved in games, crafts, songs, and theme related activities planned specifically for their age group. Campers will swim twice a week and go on one field trip per session. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/2 wks, scholarships available. Grant School, 200 Grant Ave., Petaluma. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: JACK LONDON DAY CAMP<MC> See YMCA Grant Day Camp for description. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/2 wks, scholarships available. Jack London School, 2707 Francisco Ave., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: MONTE VISTA DAY CAMP<MC> See YMCA Grant Day Camp for description. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/2 wks, scholarships available. Monte Vista School, 1400 Magnolia Ave., Rohnert Park. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: YULUPA DAY CAMP<MC> See YMCA Grant Day Camp for description. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/2 wks, scholarships available. Yulupa School, 2250 Mesquite Dr., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: HAHN SUMMER KIDS CLUB<MC> Theme-based games, songs, arts, crafts, special events, and more. Campers will swim three times a week and enjoy one fun special guest or walking field trip per session. After-camp extended program is called "The Owl's Nest" and has an academic focus. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., after-care available. $164-182/ 2 wks, scholarships available. Hahn School, 825 Hudis St., Rohnert Park. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: PRESTWOOD SUMMER KIDS CLUB<MC> See YMCA Hahn Summer Kids Club for description. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., after-care available. $164-182/ 2 wks, scholarships available. Prestwood School, 343 E. MacArthur, Sonoma. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: SUMMER KIDS CLUB<MC> See YMCA Hahn Summer Kids Club for description. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., after-care available. $164-182/ 2 wks, scholarships available. YMCA, 1111 College Ave., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC>YMCA: LITTLE CAMPSTERS<MC> This theme-based preschool camp offers art and music activities, games, free choice time, and opportunities for exploration in a safe, nurturing environment. Sessions are 2 weeks in length and parents may choose half or full days. Lunch will be served at camp. Ages 2-5. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $301-398/ 2 wks, scholarships available. Northwest Prep Charter School Campus, 2590 Piner Rd., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

*<MC>YMCA: MOVING-ON CAMP<MC> Theme-oriented camp for ages 11-13. Campers will go on day trips M-W, and then bring their sleeping bags Thursday as they hit the road for an overnight experience sleeping under the stars, and two days of adventure. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-W, and 8 a.m. Th - 5 p.m. F. $210-266 /wk, scholarships available. Santa Rosa Middle School, 500 E St., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<QM>ART, MUSIC, DANCE, THEATER<QM>

<EL-4>INCREDIFLIX<MC> Fun and safe camps for students interested in making movies. Sessions include Green Screen Animation, Filmmaking Flix, Lego Flix, and Animation Flix. Ages 7-13. Multiple sessions from July 8-18, M-Th, 8:30 a.m- noon, 1-4:30 p.m.. $215, +$30 material fee. 320 North McDowell Blvd, Petaluma. info@incrediFlix.com IncrediFlix.com 949-548-5424

*NAVARRO RIVER STRING CAMP<MC> Camp for adult musicians to gain ensemble experience. Residential Program. Aug 12-16, M-F, 10 a.m. M - 2.30 p.m. F. See website for price . St. Dorothy's Rest, Camp Meeker. stringcamp@navarrorivermusic.com NavarroRiverMusic.com 707-937-3342

<MC>PEACE CAMP<MC> Songs, skits, arts &amp;crafts, and swimming. Co-operative program promotes peaceful interactions between children. Small camper to staff ratio. Ages 6-12. Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.. $99/wk. 1647 Guernville Rd, Santa Rosa. marymiche@jps.net www.peacecamp.com 510-845-8417

<MC>RAYMOND'S SUMMER DRAMA CAMP<MC> Two sessions of fun plays and skits of your choice: Ages 5-10, wacky fairy tales, 9:30 a.m. - noon. Ages 11- 15, short Shakespeare play or scenes from a play of your choice, 1- 4 p.m. Camps include theater games that build confidence, creativity, and team work. Performances held on Fridays. June 10-14, July 15-19, M-F, $90- $95. 1300, St. Francis Rd., Santa Rosa. raymondsdrama@comcast.net 707 486-5192

<MC>BALLET CALIFIA: ADULT BALLET INTENSIVE<MC> Dance for your life! Learn from top professionals in their field. Classes geared to the adult dancer. Learn injury prevention, stretch &amp; strengthening exercises that will keep you dancing throughout your life. 18 and up. Aug 5-10, M-Sat, M-F 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Sat 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $200. 368 Blodgett St., Cotati. califiabal@aol.com 707-570-7682

<MC>BALLET CALIFIA: SLEEPING BEAUTY WORKSHOP<MC> Classes in technique, sewing &amp; decoration of costumes, design &amp; construction of scenery, choreography &amp; staging of story. Workshop ends with a performance. Audition for parts (all applicants receive a part) on June 29. Ages 5-Adult July 8- Aug3, M-F, 8-11a.m. or 8 a.m.-2 p.m. . $400, scholarships available. 368 Blodgett St., Cotati. califiabal@aol.com 707-570-7682

<MC>BALLET CALIFIA: SUMMER INTENSIVE<MC> This course is for the dancer that wants to experience life as a professional, experience life in the ballet fast lane. Ages 12-35. June 3- July 6, M-Sat, M-F 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Sat 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $750, scholarships available. 368 Blodgett St., Cotati. califiabal@aol.com 707-570-7682

*<MC>CAZADERO MUSIC CAMP<MC> Located in a redwood grove near Santa Rosa, Cazadero offers a unique blend of musical instruction and outdoor recreation in this residential camp. Five camp sessions, arranged by grade (5th-12th) and ability offer Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Piano, and Guitar. Electives include jazz improv. arts &amp; crafts, sports, nature, and chamber music. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug 3, All days, All week. 755 - 810/week. 5000 Austin Creek Road, Cazadero. execdir@cazadero.org www.cazadero.org 510-527-7500

<MC>CHARLES M. SCHULZ MUSEUM: SUMMER CAMP<MC> Classes in cartooning, drawing, hands-on art, Lego animation, drama, cooking and even ice skating. Themed camps for PreK-K. Grades 1-6 explore Lego animation, comic book creation, Camp Freeze, hands-on and outdoor art, the art of science, and more. Grades 5-8, investigate computer gaming, digital arts, drawing, and Lego animation. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 5, M-F and some Saturdays, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. $30- $195, scholarships available. . 2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa. jeff@schulzmuseum.org http://tinyurl.com/classes-camps 707-284-1263

<MC>CHERYL TEACH MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL CAMPS ALL SUMMER<MC> Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Drums, Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Saxophone, Trombone, Baritone, Bass Clarinet, Harmonica, Recorder, French Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello, Voice. Immersion Camp Sessions All Summer. All Ages. 4 day sessions all summer long, M-Th, 4 Day Sessions for 30 minutes daily. $28 registration in advance and $129for 4 day session. Cheryl Teach Music 4910 Sonoma Hwy. Ste. C, Santa Rosa. Cheryl@CherylTeachMusic.com www.CherylTeachMusic.com 707-326-8797

<MC>CINNABAR THEATER, YOUNG REP.: RENT (SCHOOL EDITION) <MC>Musical theater camp. Everyone who enrolls is guaranteed a part. Ages 12-18. July 22- Aug 9, M -F, 1:30- 5:30 p.m.. $600, scholarships available. 3333 Petaluma Blvd North, Petaluma. nathan@cinnabartheater.org www.cinnabartheater.org 707-763-8920

<MC>CINNABAR THEATER, YOUNG REP.: SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK LIVE<MC> Musical theater camp. Everyone who enrolls is guaranteed a part. For Little Stars (Ages 6-9, June 24-July 19, 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.) and Broadway Bound (Ages 10 -12, June 17-July 12, 1-5 p.m.). $600, scholarships available.. 3333 Petaluma Blvd North, Petaluma. nathan@cinnabartheater.org www.cinnabartheater.org 707.763.8920

<MC>CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY DANCE: COMPETITION DANCE INTENSIVE WORKSHOP<MC> Instruction in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Lyrical, Contemporary Choreography, Leaps and Turns, Core Strengthening, Dance Off and Improvisation Study. For ages 12 to adult, advanced beginner to intermediate level. July 22-26, July 29th - Aug 2, M-F, 2-7 p.m. $250 - $300. 6445 Redwood Dr., Rohnert Park. tamcandance@prodigy.net CCD-DANCE.COM 707-585-113

<MC>CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY DANCE: INTENSE DANCE CAMP<MC> Instruction Includes: Ballet, Character, Core Strengthen, Stretching, Age Appropriate Classical Variation, Jazz and Lyrical Movement, Classical Leaps, Turns and Improvisation Study, Costume, and Stage Make Up. Live Accompaniment for some classes. Ages 7-10. July 15-19, July 22-26, M - F, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $250 - $280. 6445 Redwood Dr., Rohnert Park. tamcandance@prodigy.net CCD-DANCE.COM 707-585-1137

<MC>CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY DANCE: SUMMER BALLET INTENSIVE WORKSHOP<MC1> Instruction in Classical Ballet, Pointe or Pre Pointe, Classical Variation, Character, Core Strengthening, Classical Leaps and Turns, and more. For ages 12 to adult, advanced beginner to intermediate level. July 29- Aug 2, M - F, 2-7 p.m.. $250 - $300. 6445 Redwood Dr., Rohnert Park. tamcandance@prodigy.net CCD-DANCE.COM 707.585.1137

<MC0>GUALALA ARTS: SUMMER ART PROGRAM FOR YOUTH<MC1> Explore the arts under the redwoods. Classes include Creative Arts &amp; Crafts, Ceramics, Dance, Performance Art, and Culinary Art. Global Harmony theme focusing on the art of Africa. Ages 4-14. , T-F, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.. $195- $295, Scholarships available. 46501 Gualala Rd., Gualala. info@gualalaarts.org GualalaArts.org 707-884-1138

<MC0>HEALDSBURG CENTER FOR THE ARTS: SUMMER ART CAMP<MC1> Fun classes that stimulate the creative spirit and help give kids a sense of accomplishment. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 17- July 26, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.. $150-$280/wk, scholarships available. 1201 Felta Rd., Healdsburg. artclass@healdsburgcenterforthearts.com www.healdsburgcenterforthearts.com 707-431-1970

<MC0>H-TOWN YOUTH THEATRE: MUSICAL SUMMER CAMPS<MC1> Performance of "Disney's Aristocats" (for ages 7-9), and "Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr." (Ages 10-17). Students will explore classes in singing, acting, and dancing. July 8-30 Finale at the Raven Theater (July 27 and 28) and at the Sonoma County Fair (July 30), M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $500/student, scholarships available. 217 Fitch St., Healdsburg. shellyolmsted@sbcglobal.net htownyt.com 707-360-8641

<MC0>LE STUDIO: ART &amp; DANCE CAMPS<MC1> Thematic weeks: Butterfly World, Animal Kingdom &amp; A Week in Paris for 4-6 year olds with classes in ballet, arts &amp; crafts, and jazz. Students will do theme related activities, crafts and stories in addition to the dance classes. Art&amp; Energy for 7-10 year olds with classes in hip hop, jazz dance, and art (figure drawing, sketching), and art &amp; dance history. June 3-6, July 8-11, or July 29-Aug 1, M-Th, 1:30- 4:30 p.m.. $119-$139. 4283 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa. lestudiodanse@gmail.com www.lestudiodanse.com 707-694-1957

<MC0>LET'S FACE IT!: FINE ART CAMP EXTRAVAGANZA<MC1> Learn to draw and paint still-lives, landscapes, and portraits using perspective, vanishing points, proportion, and watercolor techniques. Ages 6 and up. June 17-21, and Aug 5-9, M-F, 10 a.m. - noon. $100/family members 10% discount. 914 Cherry St., Santa Rosa. smcrane@sbcglobal.net 707-525-0944

<MC0>MORGAN FINE ARTS: NATURAL ART IN NATURE<MC1> Art camp located on a horse ranch. Using various materials each child is given the opportunity to apply their individual creativity in expressing the beauty found in their natural surroundings. Ages 6-16. Multiple sessions from June 24- Aug 9, M-F, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., extended hours available. $200/ wk materials included. 1807 Hwy 116 S., Sebastopol. morgan@morganfinearts.com www.morganfinearts.com 410-725-6611

<MC0>MUSIC TO MY EARS: DISNEY'S LITTLE MERMAID JR. MUSICAL THEATER PRODUCTION<MC1> Kids ages 6-12 or 13-17 sing, dance, act, and prepare a performance. June 3- July 28, M-W, Kids cast 10 a.m. - noon, Teen cast 7-9pm.. $325 (bring a friend discounts). 8500 Gravenstein Hwy., Ste.A, Cotati. ajamusic@hotmail.com www.FunMusicLessons.com 707-664-0123

<MC0>PETALUMA ARTS CENTER: SUMMER ART CAMP<MC1> Each week of camp will be a different art style and technique. Some of the classes include Mixed Bag of Tricks, Folk Art Hand Sewing, and Mosaics. Ages 7-18. Weekly sessions from June 1- Aug 2, M-F, 9:30 a.m. - noon and 1- 3:30 p.m.. $125/wk plus some materials. 30 Lakeville St., Petaluma. tmetzler@petalumaartscenter.org petalumaartscenter.org 707-762-560

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: ACTING CAMP FOR AGES 6 TO 8<MC1> Students will perform skits, play acting games, and do improv. Students will create their own skits or work with a script for the performance on the last day of class. Ages 6-8, all levels welcome. Multiple sessions from June 3- 27, M- Th, 10-11 a.m.. $40. 320 N McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. nenabotto@yahoo.com www.cityofpetaluma.net 707.778.4380

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: ACTING CAMP FOR AGES 9 TO 13<MC1> Learn the fundamentals of acting, build confidence in public speaking and performing, perform improv comedy, work with scripts, and create your own skits. Ages 9-13, all levels welcome. Multiple sessions from June 3- 27, M-Th, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.. $55. 320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. nenabotto@yahoo.com www.cityofpetaluma.net 707.778.4380

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: ACTING ON CAMERA<MC1> Learn the basics of acting on camera. Practice scenes, monologues, and commercials. Identify your best roles and what you need to audition for TV and films. Ages 7-13, all levels welcome. June 8-15, June 22-29, Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - noon. $40. 320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. nenabotto@yahoo.com www.cityofpetaluma.net 707-778-4380

<MC0>RILEY STREET ART: ART CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> Introduction to various art mediums; painting on silk, acrylic painting techniques on a variety of surfaces, oil pastel, pen pastels, pen illustrations, watercolor, colored pencil illustration, perspective and Japanese brush painting and pen work. All materials and a mid-class snack provided. Multiple sessions from July 8- 19, M-F, 9:30 a.m. - noon (Ages 6-8). 12:30- 3:30 p.m. (Ages 9-12). $140, $165. 103 Maxwell Court, Santa Rosa. www.rileystreet.com/classes.html 707-526-2416

<MC0>ROUSTABOUT THEATER: LES MISERABLES<MC1> Perform in the musical Les Miserables as a Roustabout Apprentice. Ages 11-20. June 10- July 14, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $675, scholarships available. Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa. info@roustabout-theater.org www.roustabout-theater.org 707-527-0983

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: BEACH PARTY DANCE CAMP<MC1> Dancers will explore music and movement in tap, jazz and ballet, sunglasses and beach balls will be used as props. Daily crafts and apparel themes keep the beach party alive! Proper dance technique and skill building are presented, along with opportunities for play and imagination. Families are invited to observe the camp creations at the end of the week. Ages 5-8. June 10-14, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.. $124 SR Res ($134 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: DRAMA CAMP 2013<MC1> Roles for everyone from brand new to experienced actors. Activities include group games, theater improvisation, rehearsals, and instruction in acting, singing, and dancing. Participants make friends, learn new skills, and share their talents in a fabulous show of scenes from children's stories and musicals. Ages 7-13. , 2 weeks - M-F and last Sat, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. M-F. and noon-4 p.m. the last Sat. $360 S.R. Res ($370 Non Res). 2140 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: DRAWING &amp; CREATING ANIMALS ART CAMP<MC1> Draw and create animals using mediums including graphite, charcoal, pastels, colored pencils, ink pens, watercolors, and acrylics. Three dimensional objects will also be created with paper mache and modeling clay and finished with color. All materials are included. Ages 7-12. June 24-27, M-Th, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $204 SR Res ($214 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: FABULOUS FAIRIES DANCE CAMP<MC1> Ballet, Tap, and Jazz dance combinations will be explored with wands, ribbons, and crowns. Daily crafts and daily apparel themes. Parents are invited to observe the camp creations at the end of the week. Proper dance technique and skill building will be presented, along with opportunities of play and imagination. Ages 5-8. Aug 5-8, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.. $124 SR Res ($134 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: MULTI MEDIA SUMMER ART CAMP<MC1> Different art projects, from painting, drawing, paper mache`; mosaics and collage will challenge the budding artist. All materials are included. Ages 7-12. June 10-13, July 22-25, M-Th, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $204 SR Res ($214 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SANTA ROSA CHILDREN'S THEATER DRAMA CAMP<MC1> Roles for everyone from brand new to experienced actors. Activities include group games, theater improvisation, rehearsals, and instruction in acting, singing, and dancing. Participants make friends, learn new skills, and share their talents in a fabulous show of scenes from children's stories and musicals. Ages 7-13. June 10-22, or July 8-20, 2 weeks. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. M-F. and noon-4 p.m. the last Sat. $360 S.R. Res ($370 Non Res). 2140 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SOCK HOP DANCE CAMP<MC1> Twist and shout' to lively 1950's music, explore the excitement of tap, jazz and ballet combinations. Daily crafts and apparel themes. Proper technique and skill building will be presented. Parents are invited to observe the camp creations at the end of the week. Ages 5-8. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.. $124 SR Res ($134 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER PAINTING ART CAMP<MC1> Acrylics, watercolor and pastels! Explore it all with a multitude of tools, color palettes, papers &amp; surfaces that will show the versatility of each medium. Ages 7-12. July 8-11, M-Th, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $208 SR Res ($218 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER SCULPTURE ART CAMP<MC1> Focus on 3 dimensional works. Each budding sculptor will create their own paper mache' puppet, plaster/wire human figure &amp; animal clay sculpture. Ages 7-12. Aug 5-8, M-Th, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $208 SR Res ($218 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER SEWING CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> Step-by-step sewing techniques, Fashion Design Couture, pattern layout, pinning, cutting and draping are introduced. Projects include designing PJ bottoms, skirts, tops, pants, dresses, jewelry, or crafts. Sewing machines are provided. Students bring their own fabric. Contact Olga at orojkova@gmail.com (478-1676) with questions. Ages 7-12 June 17-21, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon, or 1:30-4:30 p.m. $265 SR Res ($275 non-res). 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. santarosarec.com

<MC0>SANTA ROSA SYMPHONY: SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY<MC1> Learn to play an instrument for the first time or further your music studies while making new friends. Professional musicians lead workshops from beginner to advanced. Ensembles led by Santa Rosa Symphony conductors and music coaches. Ages 5-23. July 8-23, M-F, Full-day: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Individual classes: times vary. $285 - $700, financial aid/ scholarships available. 50 Santa Rosa Ave, Ste 410, Santa Rosa. btaylor@santarosasymphony.com www.santarsoasymphony.com/education/sma.asp 707-546-7097

<MC0>SCRIBBLES AND GIGGLES: ART ADVENTURE 2013 SUMMER CAMPS<MC1> Drawing, canvas painting with pastels and watercolors, silk painting, and maybe mask making too. Ages 4-14. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon or 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $200- $300 includes materials. 5435 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. scribgiglr@yahoo.com scribblesandgigglesart.com 707-285-2002

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL BALLET: SUMMER WORKSHOP<MC1> Designed to strengthen ballet and pointe technique as well as explore other dance disciplines. Pilates, guest teachers, and performance opportunities included. Ages 3 to adult. July 8- Aug3, M-Sat, Check out website for times, and additional classes. $45-$360. 964 Gravenstein Hwy. S., Sebastopol. sebastopol.ballet@gmail.com sebastopolballet.com 707-824-8006

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: DRAMA CAMP FOR KIDS AND TEENS<MC1> Students will learn the fundamentals of acting in this fun, high energy class. Activities include warm-ups, improv, acting exercises, skits, and working with a script. Ages 9-13. Multiple sessions from June 3-27, M-Th, 3 p.m-5 p.m.. $60/session. 425 Morris St, Sebastopol. nenabotto@yahoo.com. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: DRAMA CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> Students will learn the fundamentals of acting in this fun, high energy class. Activities include warm-ups, improv, acting exercises, skits, and working with a script. Ages 6-8. Multiple sessions from June 3-27, M-Th, 2-3 p.m.. $40/ session. 425 Morris St, Sebastopol. nenabotto@yahoo.com. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: SUMMER ART CAMP<MC1> Come paint, draw and explore. Inside, outside, flat work and 3D, do it all. No two weeks will be the same. Ages 6-16. Multiple sessions from June 17- July 11, M-Th, 9a.m.-3p.m.. $70- $170. Strawberry School - 2311 Horseshoe Dr, Santa Rosa. nancy@riverworksart.com www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC: ADVENTURES NEAR AND FAR MUSIC CAMP<MC1> Travel to the arctic tundra, tropical rain forests, high in the mountains, and under the sea. Learn about the habitat and animals that live there through listening activities, songs, dances, musical instrument ensembles, stories, and craft activities. Ages 5-7. July 22-26, M-F, 1-4 p.m.. $195, discounts for siblings and multiple camps. 867 Third St., Santa Rosa. frano@pacbell.net www.childrenlovemusic.com 707-527-7900

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC: BROADWAY INSTRUMENT CAMP<MC1> Begging level piano/ intermediate level ukulele camp for children age 7-10. Campers learn a new Broadway song each day and watch the movie that the song appears in. June 24-28, M-F, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day, recital at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, extended care available. . $320, scholarships available. 867 Third St., Santa Rosa. frano@pacbell.net www.childrenlovemusic.com 707-527-7900

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC: DISNEY INSTRUMENT CAMP<MC1> Beginning level camp for children age 7-10. Campers will learn a new Disney song each day on the piano and ukulele and watch and sing along to the movie that the song appears in. Karaoke and dance time included. June 17-21, M-F, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day, recital at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, extended hours available. . $320, scholarships available. 867 Third St., Santa Rosa. frano@pacbell.net www.childrenlovemusic.com 707-527-7900

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC: MUSIC AROUND THE WORLD<MC1> Explore the songs, stories, dances and ethnic instruments of regions around the world. Every day complete 2 instruments or craft items to take home. Ages 5-7. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 1-4 p.m.. $195, discounts for siblings and multiple camps. 867 Third St., Santa Rosa. frano@pacbell.net www.childrenlovemusic.com 707-527-7900

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC: TELL ME A TALE MUSIC CAMP<MC1> Each lesson features a new folk tale from around the world, explored through multi-cultural elements. Singing, dancing, instrument play, art and craft activities and dramatics enhance the stories of Europe, Malaysia, S. Africa, and more. Ages 5-7. Aug 5-9, M-F, 1-4 p.m.. $195, discounts for siblings and multiple camps. 867 Third St., Santa Rosa. frano@pacbell.net www.childrenlovemusic.com 707-527-7900

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY MUSEUM: ART AND HISTORY SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Learn the fundamentals of art and aesthetics while having fun creating masterpieces with methods used by masters. Each week students explore a new art form and medium. Multiple sessions from June 18 to Aug 6, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. - noon (Ages 7-11), 1-3 pm. (Ages 12-15). $15/session ($10 for members). 425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa. cconway@sonomacountymuseum.org www.sonomacountymuseum.org 707-579-1500

<MC0>SONOMA COUNTY TAIKO AND SONOMA COUNTY JAPANESE AMERICAN CITIZENS LEAGUE : TAIKO &amp; JAPANESE CULTURE CAMP<MC1> Practice Taiko (Japanese drumming) and the explore Japanese culture through a wide variety of activities including language, music, dance, games, folklore, origami, crafts, food and more. Ages 7-12. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $270- $300 scholarships available. 1200 Gravenstein Hwy, So., Sebastopol. info@sonomacountytaiko.org www.sonomacountytaiko.org 707-575-0723

<MC0>SUMMERFIELD WALDORF : ART SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Walks in nature and drawing from nature. Art camp for children ages 6-12, suitable for youngsters at all ability levels, explore and create with a variety of art forms: sketching, drawing, painting, sculpting and print-making. June 10-14, June 17-21, or June 24-28; M-F; 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., after-care available. $220/wk per child, sibling discounts available. 655 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa. kuprian@sonic.net 707-495-7543

<MC0>THE GREAT BURRO STUDIOS SUMMER MUSIC CAMP: ROCK BAND CAMP<MC1> Interactive music workshop with resident recording artists/ instructors. Students are assigned a position in the band according to their instrument. Audition required. Ages 10-17. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug16, M-F, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. or 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.. $440 + $25 materials fee. 3598 Gravenstein Hwy. S., Sebastopol. thegreatburro@gmail.com www.thegreatburrostudios.com 707-829-5668

<MC0>THE GREAT BURRO STUDIOS SUMMER MUSIC CAMPS: DIVA AND JR. DIVA CAMP<MC1> Motivational and technical workshop for female singers and songwriters. Ages 10-17. , M-F, Call for dates and times. $250. 3598 Gravenstein Hwy S., Sebastopol. thegreatburro@gmail.com www.thegreatburrostudios.com 707-829-5668

<MC0>THE GREAT BURRO STUDIOS SUMMER MUSIC CAMPS: FUNK CAMP<MC1> Getting into the groove and jam out in this instructional music band camp. Auditions required. Ages 10-17. Dates TBA, call for details, M-F, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $440 + $25 materials fee. 3598 Gravenstein Hwy S., Sebastopol. thegreatburro@gmail.com www.thegreatburrostudios.com 707-829-5668

<MC0>TRANSCENDENCE THEATRE COMPANY: BROADWAY KIDS CAMP<MC1> Theatre camp teaching theatrical dance, vocal performance, acting, creative writing, and improvisation. Held at Jack London State Historic Park. Ages 8-18. July 15-20, M-Sat, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $350-$450. 2400 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen. Leah@TranscendenceTheatre.org transcendencetheatre.org 877-424-1414

<MC0>WELLS FARGO CENTER FOR THE ARTS: DRAW IT! PAINT IT! SCULPT IT! ART CAMP<MC1> Explore the world of art through a variety of hands-on projects. Techniques taught include painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. Ages 10-13. July 8-12, M-F, 1-5 p.m.. $150, scholarships available. 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa. tracys@wellsfargocenterarts.org http://wellsfargocenterarts.org/summer-camps/ 707-800-7529

<MC0>WELLS FARGO CENTER FOR THE ARTS: MISSOULA CHILDREN'S THEATRE: BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE<MC1> Week-long theater residency culminating in a performance of Blackbeard the Pirate. Auditions required, if selected rehearsals run throughout the week. For children entering grades 1-12. , M- Sat, Auditions June 17, 10 a.m. - noon. Rehearsals throughout the week. Performances June 22. Free. 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa. melaniew@wellsfargocenterarts.org http://wellsfargocenterarts.org/summer-camps/ 707-800-7520

<MC0>WELLS FARGO CENTER FOR THE ARTS: NEW SONG MUSIC CAMP<MC1> Participants will explore music through hands-on experience with a wide variety of traditional and percussion instruments make an instrument to take home, cut an original CD recording, sing, and play. Ages 8-11. July 22-16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $230/wk, scholarships available. 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa. tracys@wellsfargocenterarts.org http://wellsfargocenterarts.org/summer-camps/ 707-800-7529

<MC0>WILLOW SPRING: SUMMER DRAMA CAMP<MC1> 3 week production oriented program. Campers create a play, develop character &amp; the script, design the sets &amp; props, make costumes, write song lyrics, sing, and play in the band. Ages 4-14. June 23- July 11, M-Th, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.. $600. 565 Watertrough Rd., Sebastopol. sarahvoor@aol.com 707.5443730

<MC0>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: MIXED MEDIA ART CAMP<MC1> Explore the world of art through painting, sculpture, print making, collage, and drawing. A variety of materials are used including colored pencils, clay, charcoal, pastels, acrylic and watercolor paints, and markers. Ages 8-12. June 3-7 and Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon and 1-4 p.m.. $155R/$165NR additional $10 materials fee. Huerta Gymnasium 9291 Old Redwood Hwy Bldg 200, Windsor. mbufton@townofwindsor.com www.townofwindsor.com 707-838-1260

<QM>FAMILY CAMP<QM>

*REDWOOD ADVENTURE CAMP<MC1> Overnight, residential camp on the Eel River. Participants will get to try archery, riflery, hiking, swimming in the river, making crafts, and traversing the low ropes course. All Ages. July 26- 28. 10 a.m. Fri until 6 p.m. Sun. $130/adult, $100/teen, $75/6-12, $10/3-5, 3-under free. office@redwoodadventure.org www.redwoodadventure.org 707-703-9171

*<MC0>4-H: SONOMA COUNTY 4-H CAMP<MC1> Co-ed residential camp for ages 9-14. Some activities offered are: arts &amp; crafts, archery, swimming, outdoor education, hiking, campfires, outdoor sports and much more. Parents invited to attend as chaperones. Camp 1: July 1- 6 (overnight) Camp 2: July 7- 12 (overnight), $225/ 4-Her's, $260/ non-4-Her's. 755 Las Posadas Rd., Angwin. lisalilou@yahoo.com http://cesonoma.ucanr.edu/Youth_Development/4-H_Events_and_Activities/4-H_Camp/ 707-565-2681

*<MC0>BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA: WEBELOS WEEKENDS AT CAMP NOYO<MC1> Overnight camp for Webelos and their parents. Program includes aquatics, shooting sports, badminton, Frisbee golf, darts, board games, knots, campfire skits and other outdoor activities. All meals are provided. Ages 9-10. July 27-28 and Aug 3-4, Sat-Sun. $80/person. Skunk Train Depot, Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg. paulc@pavementengineering.com www.redwoodbsa.org 707-778-6876

*<MC0>CAMP IT UP!:<MC1> Overnight, family camp for LGBT families and friends. July 27- Aug 4. Sliding scale. campitup.org 510-336-0383

*<MC0>CAMP MASONITE NAVARRO: FAMILY CAMP<MC1> Weekend overnight family camp at Camp Masonite Navarro. Activities include aquatics, archery, BB shooting, tomahawk throwing, wrist rockets, and Dutch oven cooking. A limited number of cabins are available for an extra fee. May 25-27 or June 7-9. $65/ person. 1000 Apollo Way, Santa Rosa. cmndirector@gmail.com http://www.redwoodbsa.org/Files/Camps/2013_Family_Camp_Registration.pdf 707-546-8137

<QM>HORSES<QM>

APPLECREEK EQUESTRIAN: SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Learning all about horses, including being safe, riding and taking care of horses. Riders learn at the level that they ride. Plus, a horse show at the end of the week to show friends and family all skills learned throughout the week. Ages 6-60. Multiple sessions from June 24- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., extended hours available. $295/ session. 1807 Hwy. 116 S., Sebastopol. beauelagance@aol.com www.applecreekstables.com 707-829-2804

<MC0>EUROPEAN PONY SCHOOL: SUMMER CAMPS<MC1> During the camp the children groom and tack up their ponies, learn stable management and horse care, participate in typical camp activities such as games and arts &amp; crafts. In the Full day camps the children ride twice per day, in the Mini day they ride once per day. Ages 6-14. Inquire regarding days and times. , Half Day 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Full Day 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $180-$350. Santa Rosa Equestrian, 3184 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa. Info@srequestrian.com www.europeanponyschool.com 707-546-7669

*<MC0>ICSSOMA FARM: SUMMER RIDING CAMPS<MC1> Small classes specializing in safety, confidence, from groundwork to riding. Discounts available for multiple sessions &amp; referrals. All proceeds fund Well Trained Horses, horse rescue. Ages 6-13 &amp; 13-17. Multiple sessions available from June 10- Aug 2,M-F,with overnight on Th. $325/week or $195/3 days, scholarships available. 11114 Falstaff Rd., Sebastopol. icssoma@welltrainedhorses.com www.welltrainedhorses.com 707-829-3600

<MC0>MCDONALD RANCH, INC.: HORSE CAMP<MC1> Horse riding, lessons, trail riding, equestrian care, stable management, swimming, archery, lapidary, ceramics, boat regatta, nature studies, puppy &amp; kitten love, ropes course, goat milking,&amp; more. Shuttles available from SR, RP, and Petaluma. Ages 7-15. Weekly sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.. $220-$365, scholarships available. . 5585 Newanga Ave, Santa Rosa. info@mcdonaldranch.org www.mcdonaldranchfun@yahoo.com 707- 537- 0955

<MC0>STRIDES RIDING ACADEMY: SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Horse camp includes riding instruction, horsey games, mock shows and competitions, learning to halter and lead a horse, groom and tack up a horse, bathe, braid for shows and lots of other horsemanship activities. Every Friday includes a show for parents to show off skills learned. Ages 6-13. Weekly sessions from June 17- Aug 16, M-F, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., with extended hours available. $350/ session. 2455 East Rail Rd., Penngrove. maggie@stridesridingacademy.com www.stridesridingacademy.com 707-799-5054

<QM>RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION<QM>

<EL-4>* CAMP CAZADERO - BEING THE CHANGE WE WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD!<MC1> Progressive, all accepting Christian based overnight camps for kids grades 3-6, 6-9, and 9-12. American Camp Association registered camp. Senior High camp, July 14-20; Jr. High camp, July 28- Aug 3; Junior Camp and CIT July 21-27, Su-Sat. $425. 22175 King Ridge Rd., Cazadero. joy@ncncucc.org www.ncncucc.org 510-247-8995

<MC0>CROSS AND CROWN LUTHERAN SCHOOL: CROSS AND CROWN LUTHERAN SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM<MC1> Want to go on a safari or explore space? Maybe you would rather learn about camping or find out how to "build it"! Each week a different theme will be explored. Sign up by the week or for the entire ten weeks, half or full day options. Ages 5-10. Weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $30-$40, scholarships available. 5475 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. school@crossandcrownrp.org www.crossandcrownschoolrp.org 707-795-7863

<MC0>CROSS AND CROWN LUTHERAN SCHOOL: SUMMER PRESCHOOL PROGRAM<MC1> Each week a new theme will be explored. Customize your program by picking the days you want to come as well as the weeks you are available. (A minimum of four weeks must be selected). Ages 2-5. Weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 8:30-11:30 a.m. with extended care through 6 p.m.. $225-$900/mo., scholarships available. . 5475 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. school@crossandcrownrp.org www.crossandcrownschoolrp.org 707-795-7863

<MC0>HEALDSBURG COMMUNITY CHURCH.: COMMUNITY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL<MC1> Join in the western adventure of fun &amp; games, recreation, snacks, singing, Jesus and so much more. For Grades K-6. June 24-28, M-F, 8:45 a.m. - noon.. Free/ donations welcomed. 1100 University Ave., Healdsburg. roxanne@healdsburgcommunitychurch.org HealdsburgCommunityChurch.com 707-433-8886

*<MC0>MT. GILEAD: BIBLE CAMP<MC1> Zip-line, group games, kid friendly food, fun &amp; responsible counselors. Opportunity for kids to "unplug" and focus on their relationship with God. Ages 6-18. Scholarships available. Multiple sessions from June 9- July 26, see website for details. Sunday- Friday overnight, residential program. 13485 Green Valley Rd., Sebastopol. info@mtgilead.org www.mtgilead.org 800-576-4508

<MC0>SANTA ROSA BIBLE CHURCH: HIS IMAGE SUMMER DAY CAMP<MC1> Activities include: water games, arts &amp; crafts, cooking, gardening, sports activities, Jedi training, Lego Robotics/Architecture and lots more. Ages 5-12. , M-F, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., extended hours available. $7/hour, scholarships available. 4575 Badger Rd., Santa Rosa. www.srbible.org hisimage@srbible.org 707-538-2385

<MC0>ST. LUKE LUTHERAN: VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL<MC1> For preschool - students entering 5th grade. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon. 10. 905 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. smott@stluke-lcms.org www.stluke-lcms.org 707-545-6772

<MC0>ST. MARK LUTHERAN CHURCH: KINGDOM CHRONICLES VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL<MC1> Children ages 3 years to 6th grade have a great time in this fairy tale themed bible school. Activities include singing, watching daily skits, creating crafts, playing games, and religious study. June 17-21, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon. $15/child or $25/family, first timers free. 4325 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa. debi@stmarklc.org www.stmarklc.org 707-545-1230

<QM>SPECIAL INTEREST<QM>

SEWING CAMP<MC1> Small group basic sewing lessons. Learn how to make an apron, tote bag and pj pants. Ages 8-16.Choose June 24 - 28, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. or July 22 - 26, 2:30 to 5 p.m. , M - F. $125/ wk. 1250 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. www.mysewvacplace.com www.mysewvacplace.com 707-636-0344

<MC0>TREE HOUSE HOLLOW<MC1> Engaging activities for 3 to 6 year olds, centered on a Nature Based Theme. Activities include creating habitats and faerie houses, making sun prints, baking, and plenty of water play. June 10- Aug 1, M - Th, 9 a.m. - 1 p. m., after-care available. $145 / wk. . 700 Watertrough Rd., Sebastopol. treehousehollow@gmail www.treehousehollow.com 707-823-1958

*<MC0>CA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CAMP GENEVA NUNEZ<MC1> Overnight camp for underprivileged, at risk children. Opportunities to learn in nature. Activities include arts &amp; crafts, ropes courses, story telling, nature hikes, public speaking, educational classes, and team building activities. Grades 4-8. June 20-25, W-Th. No cost for low income families. 22175 King Ridge Road, Cazadero. martha.nunez@cahumandevelopment.org www.CaliforniaHumanDevelopment.org 707-433-6652

<MC0>JACK LONDON PARK: JACK'S CAMP<MC1> A day camp for creative children at Jack London State Historic Park. The daily program consists of creative writing instruction, eco-friendly arts &amp; crafts, and fun games. Themed hikes follow a nutritional organic lunch on the park trails. Grades 6-8. June 10- 14, M-F, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. $100. 2400 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen. info@jacklondonpark.com www.jacklondonpark.com 707-938-5216

<MC0>JULIE NATION ACADEMY: GOLD LEVEL ADVANCED TV &amp; FILM ACTING<MC1> Advanced acting skills for TV and movies, on-location filming and photo shoot, guest LA Casting Director, and more. For preteens and teens. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 12:30- 5 p.m.. $95 registration fee, $1300 tuition, scholarships available. . 2458 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa. julienation@julienation.com www.julienation.com 707-575-8585

<MC0>JULIE NATION ACADEMY: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT &amp; FINISHING<MC1> Confidence, etiquette &amp; social skills, natural beauty, fashion, head shots, and a photo shoot. For preteens and teens. Jul 29- Aug 2, M-F, 12:30- 5 p.m.. $95 registration fee, $900 tuition, scholarships available. . 2455 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa. julienation@julienation.com www.julienation.com 707-575-8585

<MC0>JULIE NATION ACADEMY : PROFESSIONAL MODELING<MC1> Two weeks of Personal Development, Fashion Show Runway, Photo Shoots (3 looks included!), TV Commercials, and more. For preteens and teens. July 29- Aug 9, M-F, 12:30- 5 p.m.. $95 registration fee, $1900 tuition, scholarships available. . 2456 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa. julienation@julienation.com www.julienation.com 707-575-8585

<MC0>JULIE NATION ACADEMY: SILVER LEVELTV &amp; FILM ACTING<MC1> Auditioning skills, TV commercials, acting for TV and movies, monologues, career marketing, head shot photo shoot, and more. For preteens and teens. July 22- July 26, M-F, 12:30- 5 p.m.. $95 registration fee, $1200 tuition, scholarships available. . 2457 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa. julienation@julienation.com www.julienation.com 707-575-8585

*<MC0>KLEMMER AND ASSOCIATES: YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP<MC1> Residential camp, focusing on leadership skills, empowerment, and self-esteem. Ages 13-18. July 9-14, Tu-Su. Contact for pricing. Walker Creek Ranch 1700 Marshall-Petaluma Rd., Petaluma. kari@klemmer.com http://www.klemmer.com/youth-leadership-camp 801-554-8757

<MC0>LA CASITA DAY SCHOOL: SPANISH SUMMER CAMP 2013<MC1> Students will learn the Spanish Language through the participation of a variety of activities and outdoor play which are organized by age and Spanish level. Ages 4-10. June 3-6, 10-13, M-Th, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., after-care available. . $170/wk. 1824 Peterson Ln., Santa Rosa. info@LaCasitaDaySchool.com www.LaCasitaDaySchool.com 707-536-1241

<MC0>PACIFIC COAST AIR MUSEUM: SUMMER AVIATION CAMP<MC1> Fly with an FAA licensed pilot, visit the control tower, pilot our flight simulator, sit at the controls of a Huey Helicopter, tour the museum artifacts, and take a flight around Sonoma County. Course 1- June 10-14, focuses on forces of flight, history of aviation, A/C safety and engines, and altitude density. Course 2- June 17-21, focuses on principles of navigation, flight planning, aviation careers, weight &amp; balance, and A/C performance. Grades 8-12 , M-F, 9 a.m.-noon. $145/course. 1 Air Museum Way, So. Co. Airport, Santa Rosa. Amrgn@comcast.net www.pacificcoastairmuseum.org 707 575 7520

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: CHEF CAMP<MC1> Learning culinary skills in the kitchen by making healthy hot lunches from scratch. Emphasizes nutrition, math, teamwork, and dining etiquette. Ages 9-11. June 3-6, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., extended hours available. $175. 320 North McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. http://activenet013.active.com/petalumarec/ 707-778-4380

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: KIDSCIENCE ADVENTURES<MC1> Science, Art, and Games Camp. Weekly themed sessions include, Electricity, Ready, Set, Fire!, A Tour of Science, Science in Motion, Science Inventions, and Chemical Reactions. See website for details. Ages 6-12. , M-F, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.. $165/ wk. Petaluma Community Center, Petaluma. www.kidscienceadventures.com www.kidscienceadventures.com 707 793-2251

<MC0>PETALUMA WILDLIFE MUSEUM: SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Learn about animal behavior and biology, ecology, conservation, exotic animal husbandry, and natural science. Presentations include Classroom Safari and Reptile Rescue. Ages 7-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. $250/wk/child. 201 Fair St., Petaluma. info@petalumawildlifemuseum.com www.petalumawildlifemuseum.com 707-778-4787

<MC0>PETS LIFELINE: SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Children sign up for one or more weeks of animal-related activities. Learn about pet needs, care and safety. Art projects, visits from "guest animals, "and animal socialization included. Children from 6 to 12 are eligible, and older children can be camp helpers. Weekly sessions run from June 10-Aug 16, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon. $110/wk, scholarships available. . 19686 8th St. East, Sonoma. info@petslifeline.org www.petslifeline.org 707-996-4577

<MC0>RAMEKINS: KIDS CULINARY CAMPS<MC1> Inspire your young chef! Curriculum includes study of exotic ingredients, knife skills, following recipes, homemade pasta and pizza, kitchen safety, teamwork, and operation of kitchen equipment. Kids Culinary Camp: Ages 7-12, July 15-18 Teen Culinary Camp: Ages 13-17, Aug 5-8, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $350. 450 W. Spain St., Sonoma. inn@ramekins.com www.ramekins.com 707-933-0450

<MC0>REDWOOD EMPIRE CHINESE ASSOCIATION: CHILDREN'S CHINESE CULTURE CAMP 2013<MC1> Chinese Cultural Activities such as Tai Chi, Mandarin lessons, cooking Chinese food, calligraphy, Chinese dance, crafts, and story reading. Ages 5-12. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. 175. 3455 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa. www.recacenter.org 707-528-0912

<MC0>ROHNERT PARK ANIMAL SHELTER: KIDZ 'N CRITTERS<MC1> Learn about animals and animal care through arts &amp; crafts, guest speakers, fieldtrips, videos, demonstrations, and hands-on time with the shelter animals. Grades 2-7. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.. $100-$125, scholarships available. 301 J. Rogers Ln., Rohnert Park. animal@rpcity.org rpanimalshelter.org 707-584-1582

<MC0>ROHNERT PARK COMMUNITY SERVICES: CREATIVE COOKING CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> Learn about basic food preparation techniques and vocabulary, safe food handling, and how to read a recipe. Each day explores a different cooking theme. Prepare full vegetarian meals beginning with appetizers and ending with desert. Chefs will design their own apron and cookbook to bring home. Ages 7-10. June 24, 25, 27, &amp; 28. Aug 12, 13, &amp; 14, Session 1 - M,Tu, Th, F Session 2 - M, Tu,, W, 9 a.m. to noon.. $142 ($137 for RP Res), $35 material fee, scholarships available. 5401 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. communityservices@rpcity.org www.rprec.org 707-588-3456

<MC0>ROOT FARM : SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Activities may include, making cheese and yogurt, care of animals, beekeeping, horse ground work, screen printing, handmade books, wild crafting, water collection, and daily nature hikes. Ages 5-12. Weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 15, M-F, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. extended day options available for an extra fee. $200- $245/wk, $40 drop in day rate. 896 Matsuda Ln., Sebastopol. info@rootcarefarm.com www.rootcarefarm.com 707-477-3542

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: CLOVERLEAF RANCH ADVENTURE CAMP<MC1> Activities include archery, soccer, crafts, swimming, water games, kayaking and more. Ages 6-13. July 8-12 or Aug 5-9, M-F, 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m.. $275 S. R. Res ($285 Non Res). 3892 Old Redwood Hwy., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707 543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: D5 KID'S CULINARY &amp; NUTRITION CAMP<MC1> Enrich and enhance your child's cooking skills. Focus is on nutrition and health through preparation of homemade bread, Caesar salad, Spaghetti Pie with Ratatouille, veggie dishes, and desserts. Ages 6-9: July 15-19, $250 SR res ($260 non-res). Ages 10-13: July 29- Aug. 2, $385. Ages 6-9: July 15-19, $250 SR res ($260 non-res) Ages 10-13: July 29- Aug 2, $385, M-F, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.. $250 SR res ($260 non-res). . 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: JUNIOR LIFEGUARD CAMPS<MC1> Lifeguard camps held at Spring Lake Swim Lagoon and also Doran Beach. For ages 9-16. Open Water Junior Lifeguard, June 10-14 or Aug 5-9. Advanced Open Water Junior Lifeguard, June 17-21 or July 15-19. Wilderness Jr. Lifeguard, July 29- Aug. 2. Surf Jr. Lifeguard Camp, June 24-27 or Aug. 12-15. , M-F and M-Th, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. or 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $185- $250. 393 Violetti Rd., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3760

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: KIDSCIENCE ADVENTURES<MC1> Science, Art, and Games Camp. Weekly themed sessions include, Electricity, Ready, Set, Fire!, A Tour of Science, Science in Motion, Science Inventions, and Chemical Reactions. See website for details. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug2, M-F, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.. $238/ week. TBA, elementary school in Rincon Valley, Santa Rosa. www.kidscienceadventures.com www.kidscienceadventures.com 707 538-3769

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER ENGINEERING CAMPS<MC1> Play-Well-TEKnologies "Teaching Engineering to Kids". Using LEGOtm Technic and System components, campers will be given instruction, design challenges and. These camps are not affiliated with the LEGOtm Group. Ages 5-12. June 24-28, July 8-12, July 15-19, July 22-26, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., noon- 3 p.m.. Morning-$127 S.R. Res ($137 Non Res) Afternoon-$150 S.R. Res ($160 Non Res). 2140 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707 543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER VIDEO CAMPS<MC1> Students will get hands on training in TV, movie and video production. Activities include the creation of talk shows, music videos, stop motion animation, improvisation exercises, appearances by special guests, video editing and television studio production. Ages 12-14. June 10-14, June 24-28, July 8-12, M-F, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $145/SR Res, $155/ Non-Res. 1075 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SEA PATH ADVENTURES: SUMMER BEACH CAMPS<MC1> Summer day camps at Lawson's Landing. Activities include fishing, crabbing, clamming, sand boarding, flying kites, hiking and other camp activities. Ages 5-12. Multiple sessions from July 8- Aug 8, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. 360. Lawson's Landing, 37 Marine View Dr., Dillon Beach. 707-624-9509

<MC0>SONOMA HUMANE SOCIETY: ANIMAL ADVENTURE AND EDUCATION CAMPS<MC1> Come and learn compassion, responsibility, safety and care from knowledgeable experts in the animal field. Go behind the scenes at the Humane Society and meet dogs, cats, rabbits, farm animals, marine life, reptiles, wildlife and other exciting animals. Field trips may include: Bergin University of Canine Studies, Environmental Discovery Center, and Wildlife Rescue. Ages 7-12. Multiple sessions from May 28- Aug 9, see database for details, M-F, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. $285/wk. 5345 Hwy 12 West, Santa Rosa. bkarzes@sonomahumane.org www.sonomahumane.org/education/camps.html 707-577-1902

<MC0>SONOMA HUMANE SOCIETY: SONOMA HUMANE SOCIETY TEEN CAREER CAMP<MC1> Go behind the scenes of the Humane Society and learn about animal shelter &amp; veterinary management. Become familiar with animal welfare organizations around the country, and how you can help animals in your community. Discover a career in dog training or animal control officers by speaking to professionals and while learning about animal investigations and how to prepare your own pets in case of a disaster. Field trips may include: Bergin University for Canine Studies, Animal Care Center and Sonoma County Animal Care &amp; Control. Ages 13-17. July 15-19, M - F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $285/wk... 5345 Hwy 12 West, Santa Rosa. bkarzes@sonomahumane.org www.sonomahumane.org/education/camps.html 707-577-1902

<MC0>SUMMERFIELD WALDORF: CIRCUS WALDISSIMA<MC1> Learn new skills: gymnastics, juggling, trapeze, tightrope, rolling globe and many more. At the end of the 2nd week, perform in a circus performance. Ages 9-14. June 17-28, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.. $495, scholarships available. . 655 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa. camps@circuswaldissima.com circuswaldissima.com 707-571-7720

<MC0>SUMMERFIELD WALDORF: EARTH ECOLOGY &amp; FARM CAMP<MC1> Learn and apply life skills to work in a permaculture garden. Activities include animal chores, fruit and berry picking, gardening and composting, herbal crafting, paper making, cooking, solar energy, having fun and building community. Themes of fire, earth and water guide the curriculum and artistic activities. Ages 10-13. June 17-21, June 24-28, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $295. 655 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa. farmcamp@summerfieldwaldorf.org www.summerfieldwaldorf.org 707-575-7194

<MC0>SUMMERFIELD WALDORF: FARM CAMP<MC1> Day camp featuring animal husbandry, garden work, berry picking and nature walks, arts &amp; crafts, games, and stories. Ages 4-10. Six one-week sessions, June 17 - July 26, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.. $260/wk. 655 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa. farmcamp@summerfieldwaldorf.org www.summerfieldwaldorf.org 707-575-7194

<MC0>SUR LA TABLE: COOKING SUMMER CAMP KIDS/TEENS<MC1> Hands-on culinary exploration of basic knife skills, how to read and follow a recipe, measuring and mixing, monitoring cooking temperatures and times, and the importance of kitchen safety. Session themes include the Science of Cooking, Desserts &amp; Treats from Around the World, and the World's Best Foods. Ages 8-12 and 13-17. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug16, inquire for details, M-F, 10 a.m. - noon. $250.. 2323 Magowan Dr., Santa Rosa. surlatable.com 707-566-9820

<MC0>VILLAGE SEWING CENTER: KIDS SUMMER SEWING CAMP<MC1> Learn how to operate a sewing machine, cut out fabric, and follow patterns. Work on sewing projects. Ages 8 - 18. June 17- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon, or 1- 4 p.m.$ 89. 210 Coddingtown Mall, Santa Rosa. www.villagesewing.com 707-544-7529

<MC0>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: TEEN EXURSION CAMP<MC1> Excursion-based camp, traveling to locations throughout the Bay Area. Every day kicks off and ends at the Town of Windsor Community Center. Teen campers' tickets, materials fees, and transportation are all included. Trips may include Driven Raceway, Q-Zar Laser Tag, Vertex Climb Center, Jelly Belly Factory, and Giants Games. Grades 6-8. Weekly sessions from June 10- Aug 8, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.. $189/ wk. 901 Adele Dr., Windsor. www.townofwindsor.com/teencamp 707-838-1260

<MC0>WINDY HOLLOW FARM: FARM CAMP<MC1> Spend the week preparing homemade snacks in the kitchen, crafting projects in the barn, sowing seeds in the greenhouse, and exploring the land and gardens. Cooking projects may include making your own cheese, hand cranked ice cream, and wildcrafted huckleberry syrup. Art projects may include wind socks and handmade paper. Farm camp incorporates care of gardens, chickens, and bees. For ages 5-9. FAMILY camp options are also available. Organized in collaboration with ACORN, Partners in Education. June 24-27, Aug 5-8, M-Th, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $100-125. 24101 Windy Hollow, Point Arena. jennifer@windyhollowfarmca.com www.windyhollowfarmca.com 707-353-0143

<MC0>YMCA: COUNSELOR IN TRAINING PROGRAM<MC1> Teens will gain leadership skills and camp counseling experience. Program consists of a weekend training followed by placement at a summer camp. Ages 13-15. May 24- Aug16, M-F. $192 program fee (includes training &amp; 1 camp session), $83 for add'l camp sessions. Scholarships available. 1111 College Ave., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC0>YMCA: SUPER SCIENCE CAMP<MC1> Hands-on activities will encourage children to get excited about science. Theme exploration will include marine biology, chemistry, physics, archaeology, ecology, astronomy, and more. Campers will swim twice a week and go on one field trip per session. Ages 7-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $181-203 / 1 wk. session, scholarships available. Schaefer School, 1370 San Miguel Rd., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<QM>SPECIAL NEEDS<QM>

<EL-4>CYPRESS SUMMER PROGRAM<MC1> Day camp for children with autism and other disabilities. 1:2 staff/participant ratio offering swimming, hiking, bowling and other recreation activities. Ages 5-22. June 10-21, Aug 5-16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $950, scholarships available. 3835 Cypress Dr., Suite 103, Petaluma. jwhalen@ucpnb.org www.cypress-school.org 707-338-2584

<MC0>REDWOOD PEDIATRIC THERAPY ASSOCIATES: FRIENDS ADVENTURE<MC1> Small group camps for children with special needs directed by Pediatric Occupational therapists. Families can choose a camp that matches the interests and desired target skills to address. Ages 3-12.Inquire regarding session dates, times, and cost. , M-F. . 340 Tesconi Circle, Suite C, Santa Rosa. rpta@redwoodpediatric.com www.redwoodpediatric.com 707-546-9160

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: KAMP KENNEDY<MC1> Day camp for children and teens ages 6-18 with developmental disabilities. Children will experience boating, crafts, songs, story time, games and outdoor cooking. Co-sponsored by United Cerebral Palsy of North Bay and the Family Advocacy Resource Center of Sonoma County. Ages 6-18. July 23-26`, Tu-F, Tu-Th 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Friday 2-7 p.m. $120 with scholarships available. 630 Summerfield Rd. (Howarth Park), Santa Rosa. rshepherd@srcity.org http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/recreationandparks/programs/camps/summercamps/Pages/kampkennedy.aspx 707-543-3428

<MC0>UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF THE NORTH BAY: "CYCLE WITHOUT LIMITS" SUMMER BIKE/SWIM CAMP<MC1> Instructional program that teaches children with disabilities how to ride conventional two-wheeled bicycles. Can choose Bike or Swim Camp options or both. Ages 6 and up. Co-sponsored by SSU. June 10-14, M-F. Bike/Swim Camp (and outdoor play): $400; Bike Camp: $275; Swim Camp: $75. Scholarships available. Sonoma State University, Petaluma. info@ucpnb.org www.ucpnb.org 415-307-5896

<MC0>UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF THE NORTH BAY: BOOST CAMP<MC1> Therapeutic 4-week program for children with physical disabilities, teaching skills to help children increase their mobility, and live a more independent life. July 1- Aug 2, M-F, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Price varies, please contact for details. Hidden Valley Elementary School, Santa Rosa. info@ucpnb.org www.ucpnb.org or www.boostcamp.org 707-307-5896

*<MC0>UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF THE NORTH BAY: CAMP CAZADERO WEEKEND OVERNIGHT CAMP<MC1> Program includes swimming hiking, music, art, and traditional campfire activities. The program provides environmental education, physical exercise, and social opportunities. For both ambulatory and non-ambulatory adults. Residential program. May 31- June 2, F-Su, F. 2 p.m. to Su. 2 p.m.. $300. Camp Cazadero, Cazadero. info@ucpnb.org www.ucpnb.org 415-307-5896

<MC0>UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF THE NORTH BAY: CAMP KAOS<MC1> Day camp for school-age children with disabilities, activities include games, arts &amp; crafts, and nature activities. Accessible facilities offer the opportunity to go boating, ride the carousel, and take train rides. Open to children of all ability levels. Ages 6-22. July 30-Aug 2, Tu-F, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $180. Howarth Park, Santa Rosa. info@ucpnb.org www.ucpnb.org 415-307-5896

<QM>SPORTS, FITNESS<QM>

<EL-4>FOR PETE'S SAKE YOUTH RUGBY CAMP<MC1> Rugby camp led by local nationally ranked high school and college coaches. Ages 5-14. June 11-13, Tu - Th, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.. $45, scholarships available. 2750 West Steele Ln., Santa Rosa. info@fps.org www.playfps.org 707-525-1966

<MC0>HOOPFREAK SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Skill development through drills, games, and fun. Get ready for Basketball tryouts. Led by Petaluma Junior High Athletic Director Zack Dee. Grades 3-8. Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.. $135-$150, discounts and daily rates available. . Petaluma Jr. High, 700 Bantam Way, Petaluma. hoopfrk@hotmail.com www.pjhspe.com/basketball 707-338-1248

<MC0>WIKIUP TENNIS CAMP<MC1> A half day of tennis and swimming. No experience necessary. Snacks are provided. Ages 5-16. Weekly camps from June 3- Aug 19, M-F, Morning: 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Afternoon: 12:30- 4:30 p.m.. 185. 500 Wikiup Dr., Santa Rosa. info@wikiupclub.com www.wikiupclub.com 707-544-2330

<MC0>ASPIRE: LACROSSE CAMP<MC1> Youth lacrosse camp for boys and girls ages 5-14. June 17-20, M-Th, Full Day Camp 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., $350. Half Day Camp 9 a.m. -noon, $225. . 2301 E Washington, Petaluma. info@aspirelacrosse.com www.aspirelacrosse.com 888-995-5155

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: BASEBALL SCHOOL<MC1> Improve your skills and Knowledge.Session I: June 17 -21 (Ages 5-8), 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.; Session II: June 17-21, (Ages 9-12), 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.;Session III: June 24-28, (Ages 13 and up), 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. M-F. Sess. I $175, Sess. II and III $250. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Fundamentals and Team Play.Session I: June 3-7, (Grades 9-12) 1-4 p.m.; Session II: June 10 - 13 (Grades 4-6), 1- 4 p.m.; Session III: June 10-13 (Grades 7-9), 5 p.m.-8 p.m., M-F. $150. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: CO-ED TENNIS CAMP<MC1> Session I: June 10-14, Ages 13 and up, 1-4 p.m., for Int/Adv. Players. Session II: June 10-14, Ages 6-12, 9 a.m. - noon, for Beg/Int Players. , M-F, $150. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Session I: June 3-5 (Grades 9-12), 9 a.m. - noon; Session II: July 15-18, (Grades 2-5), 9 a.m. - noon; Session III: July 15- 18, (Grades 6-9), 1-4 p.m. M-Th. Session I $50 Session II &amp; III $150. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: SOCCER CAMP<MC1> Session I: Aug. 5 -8 Boys, 9-11:30 a.m.. Session II: Aug. 5-8, Girls, 5-7:30 p.m. For High School students. , M-Th. $120. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte7@sbcglobal.net cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: SPEED TRAINING CAMP<MC1> Be Quicker, Faster and More Competitive in your Sport. Ages 10-17. July 8-10, M-W, 8- 11 a.m.. $140. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: VOLLEYBALL CAMP<MC1> Individual and team defense, attacking skills, serving fundamentals, and team competition. Session I: Aug. 5-8, 9 a.m. - noon, Grades 6-8; Session II: Aug. 5-8, 1-4 p.m., Grades 9-12. M-Th. $150. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: WRESTLING CAMP<MC1> Session I: June 28-29, 9 - 11a.m.; Session II: June 28-29, 12:15 - 2:15 p.m.; Session III: June 28 - 29, 3:30- 5:30 p.m. Ages 8 - High School. , F-Sat. $100. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CARDINAL NEWMAN: YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP<MC1> Non-Contact Camp, emphasis on skills, proper techniques &amp; individual drills for each offensive position. Daily group work. Grades 4-9. June 24-27, M-Th, 5- 8 p.m.. 150. 50 Ursuline Rd., Santa Rosa. derutte@cardinalnewman.org cardinalnewman.org 707-546-6470

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP: HEALDSBURG<MC1> Soccer camp focuses on Foot skills, 1v1's, 2v2's, fakes and turns and core skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting and defending.,. .Each child will be coached by British soccer coaches flown in to lead the camps. Age specific programs. Locations around Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino counties, see website for details. June 17-21, July 29- Aug 2: M-F, 9- 10 a.m. (Ages 3-4); 10a.m. noon (Ages 4-6); 9am-noon (Ages 6-14). $87-$138. Foss Creek Park, 1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP: UKIAH <MC1>See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. July 8-12, M-F, 9- 10 a.m. (Ages 3-4); 10a.m. noon (Ages 4-6); 9am-noon (Ages 6-14). $80-$179. . Pomolita Middle School, 740 N Spring St., Ukiah. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP: WINDSOR<MC1> See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon, or 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.. $135-$165. Wilson Ranch Park, 7955 Cameron Dr., Windsor. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP: MIDDLETOWN<MC1> See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. $86-$162. July 22-26, Mon- Fri. Middletown High School, 20932 Big Canyon Rd., Middletown. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP: SANTA ROSA<MC1> See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. July 22-26,M-F. $89-$192. Rincon Valley Park, 5108 Badger Rd., Santa Rosa. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP:LAKEPORT<MC1> See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. June 24-28. M-F. $80-$100. Westside Community Park, Lakeport, Lakeport. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CHALLENGER SPORTS : BRITISH SOCCER CAMP:WILLITS<MC1> See Challenger Healdsburg camp for description. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 9- 10 a.m. (Ages 3-4); 10a.m. noon (Ages 4-6); 9am-noon (Ages 6-14). $80-99. Gordon Logan Park, East Commercial St., Willits. jkent@challengersports.com www.challengersports.com 916-265-2498

<MC0>CORKY CRAMER: UNTOUCHABLES TENNIS CAMP<MC1> Build healthy bodies, minds self esteem, and some Untouchable tennis skills. For beginner to advanced players and those with special needs. Ages 8-16. Multiple sessions from June 3-July 26, M-F, 9:30a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 1-3 p.m.. $55- $75 daily drop in, $150-$220/wk. 1235 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. corkyc@sonic.net 707-318-1226

<MC0>DAVE JOHNSON PGA: CHALLENGE GOLF SCHOOL<MC1> Program participants will learn to improve playing skills, to compete effectively, practice successfully and how to train physically. For serious junior golfers ages 11-17. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. $450. 2301 East Washington St., Petaluma. davejohnson@roosterrun.com www.roosterrun.com 707-484-0467

<MC0>DAVE JOHNSON PGA: GOLF CAMP AT ROOSTER RUN GC<MC1> Learn the basics of golf: technique, rules and etiquette. Half day and Full day programs are available. Full day campers play 9 holes of supervised golf daily. Ages 6-16. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 9, M-F, Half day: 9 a.m. - noon. Full day: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $250 Half Day/ $395 Full day. 2301 East Washington St., Petaluma. davejohnson@roosterrun.com www.roosterrun.com 707-484-0467

<MC0>DRIVEN RACEWAY: RACE CAMP<MC1> Learn new kart driving techniques play miniature golf, arcade games and mini bowling. Ages 6-18. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 9, see database for details, M-W or W-F, Noon- 3 p.m.. $95/Members, $105/ Non-Members. 4601 Redwood Dr., Rohnert Park. eventsrp@drivenraceway.com www.drivenraceway.com 707-585-3748

<MC0>MARIA CARRILLO HIGH SCHOOL: PUMA FOOTBALL YOUTH CAMP<MC1> Full contact football camp for registered Youth Football Players preparing for the upcoming season. Camp consists of focused instruction on position-specific skills with a strong emphasis on proper tackling technique. Contact your youth football organization for gear check-out. Ages 7-14. July 20-21, Sat, 9 am - 4:30 pm; Sun, 9 am - 2 pm. $60-$85. 6975 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa. MCPumaFB@gmail.com www.mchspumafootball.com 707-538-8593

<MC0>MARIA CARRILLO: SUMMER VOLLEYBALL CAMP<MC1>

Two sessions of volleyball instruction. July 29-31. Session 1 for grades 5 and up, 9 a.m.- noon. Session 2, for JV or Varsity players or invited campers, focusing on high level skill development, 6-8 p.m. $150/ camper, multiple camper discounts available. Maria Carrillo High School, 6975 Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa. Contact jim_nielson@hotmail.com, 707-480-5058, for details.

<MC0>MONTGOMERY VIKINGS: 15TH ANNUAL BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Activities include drills, individual instruction, clinic and station work, constant encouragement, team concept, and individual evaluation. Held in Montgomery High School Gymnasium. Led by Montgomery coaches, former and present players. June 17-20, July 8- 11, M-Th, 8:30- 11:30 a.m. (Grades 3-6); noon-3 p.m. (Grades 3-6). $115/ wk. 1250 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa. tomfitchie@att.net 707-292-8843

<MC0>MY GYM: FITNESS FUN SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Fun fitness based camp with indoor &amp; outdoor activities. Games, relays, playtime, gymnastics, crafts and healthy snacks. Pick and choose your own schedule. Ages 3-9. June 12- Aug 9, Every Wed &amp; Friday 1-4 p.m.. $25-$35/day. 3267 Airway Dr., Sebastopol. mygymsantarosa@yahoo.com www.mygymsantarosa.com 707-575-4975

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Players are challenged to push the limits of their skills, learn new concepts and compete. Includes an academic prep session, speed &amp; agility training, individual &amp; team competitions, and games. Individual shooting video included. Grades 4-6 and 7-9. Players are grouped upon age and ability. July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.. $229. Elsie Allen High School, 599 Bellevue Ave, Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: ALL SORTS OF SPORTS CAMP: SEBASTOPOL <MC1>This camp will help to build your child's motor control, hand-eye coordination, agility and many other sports related skills. Games played include T-ball, basketball, soccer, flag football; capture the flag, relay &amp; obstacle races. For ages 6-8 and 9-13, players grouped by age and ability. Sponsored by Sebastopol Community Cultural Center. Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon or 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $129/half day, $179 full day. Brook Haven Middle School - 7905 Valentine Ave, Sebastopol. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: ALL SPORT CAMP: PETALUMA<MC1> See Sebastopol NAA All Sports Camp for details. June 10-14, July 15-19, or Aug 5-9. M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Lucchesi Synthetic Turf, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: ALL SPORT CAMP: HEALDSBURG<MC1> See Sebastopol NAA All Sports Camp for details. July 8-12, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $169/full day, $129/half. TBA, Healdsburg. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CAMP:PETALUMA<MC1> Each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games &amp; competition. For boys and girls ages 6-8 and 9-13. Campers are grouped by age and ability. June 24-28, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Prince Park, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CAMP: SEBASTOPOL <MC1>For boys and girls ages 6-8 and 9-12. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn appropriate drills, skills, and techniques. Sponsored by Sebastopol Community Cultural Center June 10-14, M-F, and 9 a.m. - noon (half day); 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (full day). $129/half day or $179/ full day. Clahan Field - 390 Morris St, Sebastopol. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: BASKETBALL CAMP: SANTA ROSA<MC1> Through a series of drills teaches the fundamentals of footwork, passing, ball-handling, and defense. Offers small group and individual instruction. For boys and girls ages 6-8 and 9-13. Campers are grouped by age and ability. July 8-12, Aug 12-16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Santa Rosa Middle School, 500 E St., Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: BASKETBALL CAMP: HEALDSBURG<MC1> See NAA Santa Rosa Basketball Camp for description. Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $169/full day, $129/half. Healdsburg High School, Healdsburg. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: BASKETBALL CAMP: PETALUMA<MC1> See NAA Santa Rosa Basketball Camp for description. June 17-21 or July 29- Aug 2, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Cavanagh Recreation Center, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: CHEERLEADING CAMP: HEALDSBURG<MC1> Designed to help the girls learn the individual skills to prepare for the upcoming football- cheerleading season. Ages 6-8 and 9-13. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $169/full day, $129/half. TBA, Healdsburg. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: CHEERLEADING CAMP: PETALUMA<MC1> Designed to help the girls learn the individual skills to prepare for the upcoming football- cheerleading season. Ages 6-8 and 9-13. Aug 12-16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Lucchesi Synthetic Turf, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: CHEERLEADING CAMP: SANTA ROSA<MC1> Designed to help the girls learn the individual skills to prepare for the upcoming football- cheerleading season. Ages 6-8 and 9-13. June 24-28, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Santa Rosa Middle School, 500 E St., Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: CONTACT FOOTBALL TRAINING CAMP<MC1> Emphasis will be on proper conditioning and warm-ups, footwork drills, agility, passing, receiving, and game strategies. For Ages 7-9, 10 - 12 &amp; 13 - 15 July 15-19, M-F, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. $99. Piner High School, 1700 Fulton Rd, Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP: SANTA ROSA<MC1> Our non-contact, flag- football camps are the perfect introduction to football. Emphasis will be on proper conditioning and warm-ups, footwork drills, agility, passing, receiving, and game strategies. For boys and girls ages 7 - 9 and 10 - 12. Campers are grouped by age and ability. June 17-21, Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Santa Rosa Middle School, 500 E St., Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP: HEALDSBURG<MC1> See NAA Santa Rosa Flag Football Camp for description. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $169/full day, $129/half. TBA, Healdsburg. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP: PETALUMA<MC1> NAA Santa Rosa Flag Football Camp for description. July 8-12, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Lucchesi Synthetic Turf, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP: SEBASTOPOL <MC1>NAA Santa Rosa Flag Football Camp for description. July 8-12, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon or 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $129/half day, $179 full day. Brook Haven Middle School - 7905 Valentine Ave, Sebastopol. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: VOLLEYBALL CAMP: SANTA ROSA<MC1> Each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games &amp; competition. Campers work in small groups learning team drills and time is spent on individual skill development as well. For boys and girls ages 7-9 and 10-13. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Santa Rosa Middle School, 500 E St., Santa Rosa. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS: VOLLEYBALL CAMP: PETALUMA <MC1>Each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games &amp; competition. Campers work in small groups learning team drills and time is spent on individual skill development as well. For boys and girls ages 7-9 and 10-13. July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3.pm. or 9 a.m. - noon. $165/full day, $115/half. Cavanagh Recreation Center, Petaluma. info@naofa.us http://nationalacademyofathletics.com/ 1-866-90S-PORT

<MC0>NEW SCHOOL AIKIDO: AIKIDO KIDS CAMP<MC1> Aikido is a martial art based on non-violent principles. Learn self defense, self respect, and discipline without negative reinforcement. In addition to learning aikido, your children will participate in non-competitive games, origami, brush painting, ceramics, drumming, and gardening. Ages 7-13 July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $150. 880 Piner Rd. Suite #55, Santa Rosa. xerxesmouse@hotmail.com www.newschoolaikido.org 707-571-2013

<MC0>NOTHIN BUT NET: BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Instructional Basketball camp for girls and boys going into grades 3-8 in the fall. 30 hours of small group instruction and competitions. July, co-ed camp is competitive for kids going into grades 5-9 in the fall. Campers are selected to teams of 8 kids and play competitive games twice a day. Instruction is more teams concept focused. June 10-14 (Girls only), June 17-21 (Boys only), and July 8-12 (Co-ed competitive), M-F, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. $170, scholarships available. Petaluma Junior High, 700 Bantam Way, Petaluma. ehcoach13@yahoo.com http://www.nothin-but-net.org/ 707-766-9963

<MC0>OAKMONT: JUNIOR GOLF AND SPORTS<MC1> Curriculum includes: Golf Skills; Fitness and Nutrition; Sportsmanship, Rules and Safety. Golf and Near-Golf Skills. Play on Oakmont's East Golf Course. Ages 8-17. July 22-25, July 29- Aug 1, M-Th, 8:00 a.m. - 12 noon. $110/ Members, $130/Non-Members. 7025 Oakmont Dr., Santa Rosa. www.oakmontgc.com 707-539-0415

<MC0>PETALUMA PARKS &amp; RECREATION: FENCING FOR KIDS<MC1> En Garde Fencing presents an introductory camp on swordfighting. One week of fencing, cross-training, games and more. All equipment is provided for free. Bring a bag lunch. Dress in shorts or sweats and wear tennis shoes. Ages 7-12. July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon or 12:30-3:30 p.m. $160/session. 320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. camps@egfencing.com http://www.egfencing.com/camps.php 707-433-8102

<MC0>PETALUMA SMALL CRAFT CENTER: INTRODUCTION TO SAILING CAMP<MC1> Basic boating safety, knots, rigging, and sailing theory. On-the-water skills such as boat handling, docking, sail trim, and capsize recovery will be taught in 8 El Toro sailing dinghies. Held at the public docks below Petaluma Yacht Club. For ages 12-18. June 17-20, July 8-11, M-Th, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.. $150, scholarships available. . 10 C St., Petaluma. info@petalumasmallcraftcenter.org http://petalumasmallcraftcenter.org/introduction-to-sailing-camp/ 650-279-4015

<MC0>PETALUMA SMALL CRAFT CENTER: INTRODUCTION TO SPRINT KAYAK RACING<MC1> Try Olympic-style kayaking on the Petaluma River. Perfect for smaller kids, these fast lightweight watercraft help develop coordination, strength and aerobic conditioning, as well as mental focus. Ages 11-14. June 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29. Tu &amp; Th: 5:15- 7 p.m.. Sat: 8:45- 11 a.m. $200. North Bay Rowing Club, 625 2nd St., Petaluma. info@petalumasmallcraftcenter.org http://petalumasmallcraftcenter.org/introduction-to-kayak-sprint-racing/ 707-484-0339

<MC0>PETALUMA SMALL CRAFT CENTER: SMALL CRAFT SUMMER CAMP<MC1> Rowing, kayaking, Hawaiian outrigger canoeing, stand-up paddling, and some water safety instruction. Ages 12-18. June 17-21, July 8-12, July 29- Aug 2. M-Th, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.; F, 9 a.m. - noon. $200, scholarships available. North Bay Rowing Club, 625 2nd St., Petaluma. info@petalumasmallcraftcenter.org http://petalumasmallcraftcenter.org/small-craft-summer-camps-for-youth/ 650-279-4015

<MC0>ROHNERT PARK COMMUNITY SERVICES: FENCING CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> En Garde Fencing presents an introductory camp on swordfighting. One week of fencing, cross-training, games and more. All equipment is provided for free. Bring a bag lunch. Dress in shorts or sweats and wear tennis shoes. Ages 7-12. June 10-14, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon or 12:30- 3:30 p.m. $157 ($150 for RP Res), scholarships available. 5401 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. communityservices@rpcity.org www.rprec.org 707-588-3456

<MC0>ROHNERT PARK COMMUNITY SERVICES: GO FOR THE GOLD SPORTS CAMP<MC1> Skip most of the arts and crafts and head straight outdoors for the sports and games. Each week you will learn and play two sports, play all of your favorite outdoor camp games and enjoy a swim day at Honeybee pool. Ages 7-12. Multiple sessions from June 10- Aug 8, see website for details, M-Th, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. or Extended care 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. $87/ wk ($80/wk for RP Res), scholarships available. 1455 Golf Course Dr., Rohnert Park. communityservices@rpcity.org www.rprec.org 707-588-3456

<MC0>ROHNERT PARK GYMNASTICS : SUMMER DAY CAMP<MC1> Jump around on trampolines, cannonball into foam pits, balance on beams, swing on rings, make crazy creations in our craft room, and play indoor and outdoor games. Bathroom independent 15. Multiple sessions from June 3- Aug 16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., extended care available. $30-$175. 320 Professional Center Dr. #150, Rohnert Park. rpgymnastics@sbcglobal.net www.rpgym.com 707-585-9377

<MC0>SANTA ROSA GOLF: KIDS CAMP<MC1> Professional introductory lessons in golf, tennis, and swimming. Ages 6-12. June 24- 28, July 8-12, July 15-19, M-F, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., after-care available. $300. 333 Country Club Dr., Santa Rosa. Allank@santarosagolf.com www.santarosagolf.com 707-546-3485

<MC0>SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE: BASEBALL CAMP<MC1> Instruction based on advancing offensive, defensive, &amp; pitching skills. Late morning scrimmages provide players a great opportunity to improve their skills through live game situations. Personalized instruction from a highly qualified staff of college coaches, high school coaches and current college players. Ages 7-15. June10-13, June 24-27, July 8-11, M-Th, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.. $140/ session. 1501 Mendocino Ave., SR (Baseball field), Santa Rosa. dneidlinger@santarosa.edu www.santarosa.edu/athletics 707-527-4389

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: 1-DAY MINI-SCUBA CAMPS<MC1> Participants gain skills and knowledge in Water Safety and Skin Diving Equipment Usage. In addition, participants will be given the opportunity to try Scuba Diving under the guidance of a professional Scuba Instructor. Ages 8-14. One day camps running from June 14- Aug 16, inquire for details, F, 9:45 a.m. - noon. . 95. 455 Ridgway Ave, Santa Rosa. http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/recreationandparks/programs/aquatics/Pages/SCUBACAMP.aspx 707-543-3760

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: ADVANCED SCUBA CAMP<MC1> For those who have already attended one of our regular camps. Can be applied toward Jr. Scuba Diver Certification. To complete your SCUBA certification, join us on a Tahoe weekend and complete 4 training dives: August 17 &amp; 18 (sold separately). You will need Books, your own snorkeling equipment, and rental or purchase of SCUBA equipment. Ages 10-16. Aug 5-8, M-Th, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. $249. 875 Grant Ave., Novato. http://www.pinnaclesdive.com/1camp.htm 415-897-9962

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: EN GARDE FENCING CAMP FOR KIDS 2013<MC1> En Garde Fencing presents an introductory camp on swordfighting. One week of fencing, cross-training, games and more. All equipment is provided for free. Bring a bag lunch. Dress in shorts or sweats and wear tennis shoes. Ages 7-12. June 24-28, July 8-12, July 29-Aug2, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon, or 12:30- 3:30 p.m. $130 S.R. Res ($140 Non Res). 917D Piner Rd., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707 543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE<MC1> Co-ed flag football league. Learn how to run different routes and fine tune your football skills in our new practice then compete format. Ages 10-14. July 16- Aug 1, Tu- Th, 3- 5 p.m. R.V. Community Park, Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa. bjaco@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-4317

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SNORKEL &amp; SCUBA CAMP<MC1> Participants gain skills and knowledge in Water Safety and Skin Diving Equipment Usage. In addition, participants will be given the opportunity to try Scuba Diving under the guidance of a professional Scuba Instructor. Ages 8-14. June 24- 27, July 15-18, or July 29- Aug1, M-Th, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.. $195. 875 Grant Ave., Novato. http://www.pinnaclesdive.com/1camp.htm 415-897-9962

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER CAMP VERTICAL<MC1> Rock climbing camp held at Vertex Climbing Center. Participants will learn climbing techniques, knots, safety skills and have time for fun on Vertex's 35 foot high walls. Camp includes a full day of camping outdoors as well at Split Rock or Sunset Boulders. Ages 7-14. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug 16, see website for details. M-T-W-F - 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Th - 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. $185 - S.R. Res ($195 - Non Res). 3358A Coffey Ln., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707 543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: SUMMER GYMNASTICS CAMPS<MC1> Come prepared for lots of fun, flipping, jumping, swinging and climbing. Child must bring a lunch and something to drink. Each afternoon will be a different activity filled with tumbling, movie day, crafts, game day, water day and rock climbing. Ages 5-14. Multiple sessions from June 10-Aug 16, M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. -. 4 Day Camp - $155 S.R. Res ($165 Non Res). 5 Day Camp - $185 S.R. Res ($195 Non Res). 2210 Bluebell Dr., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707 543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> 5-day camp teaching the fundamentals of basketball through lessons, drills, and games. June 10- 14. , M-F, 9 a.m. - noon. (Ages 5-7) &amp; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (ages 7-14). $69 SR Res / $79 Non Res (ages 5-7) &amp; $99 SR Res/ $109 Non-Res (ages 7-14). 1777 West Ave., Sheppard Gymnasium, Santa Rosa. bjaco@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-4317

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> In this 5-day camp for boys and girls held at Sheppard Gym. Build upon the fundamentals of basketball through lessons, drills and games June 10-14, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon (age 5-7) or 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (age 7-14). $69- $109, inquire for details. 1777 West Ave., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: YOUTH SOCCER CAMP<MC1> 5-day camp teaching the fundamentals of soccer through lessons, drills, and games. July 8-12. , M-F, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (ages 4-6) &amp; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (ages 7-14). $69 S.R. Res / $79 Non-res (ages 4-6) &amp; $99 S.R. Res / $109 Non-Res (ages 7-14). R.V. Community Park - Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa. bjaco@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-4317

<MC0>SANTA ROSA RECREATION AND PARKS: YOUTH SOCCER CAMP<MC1> In this 5-day camp for boys and girls. Build upon the fundamentals of soccer through lessons, drills &amp; games. June 24-28, July 8-12, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon (age 4-6); 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (age 7-14). $69- $109, inquire for details. Rincon Valley Park, 5108 Badger Rd., Santa Rosa. activityguide@srcity.org www.santarosarec.com 707-543-3737

<MC0>SANTA ROSA UNITED SOCCER: GOALKEEPER AND STRIKERS CAMP<MC1> Scoring goals and stopping goals are the two most important moments in soccer. This camp is specifically designed to teach motivated players to finish the scoring chance, and for goalkeepers to make the big save. Ages 8-13. July 29- Aug1, M-Th, 9 a.m. - noon. 100. 4351 Old Redwood Hwy., Santa Rosa. camps@srunited.com srunited.com 515-306-8263

<MC0>SANTA ROSA UNITED SOCCER: SUMMER SKILLS CAMP<MC1> Camp will focus on developing and improving your player's skills. For players aged 6 to 12. June 17-20, July 15-18, M-Th, 9 a.m. - noon. 75. 4351 Old Redwood Hwy., Santa Rosa. camps@srunited.com srunited.com 515-306-8263

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: FENCING CAMP FOR KIDS<MC1> En Garde Fencing presents an introductory camp on swordfighting. One week of fencing, cross-training, games and more. All equipment is provided for free. Bring a bag lunch. Dress in shorts or sweats and wear tennis shoes. Ages 7-12. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m. -noon or 12:30-3:30 p.m.. $150. Brook Haven Middle School Gymnasium - 7905 Valentine Ave, Sebastopol. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: FENCING FOR KIDS<MC1> En Garde Fencing presents an introductory camp on swordfighting. One week of fencing, cross-training, games and more. All equipment is provided for free. Bring a bag lunch. Dress in shorts or sweats and wear tennis shoes. Ages 7-12. July 15-19, M-F, 9 a.m.-noon or 12:30-3:30 p.m. $150/session. 7905 Valentine Ave, Sebastopol. camps@egfencing.com http://www.egfencing.com/camps.php 707-433-8102

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: SEBASTOPOL SKATE CAMP<MC1> Skateboarding workshop for all skill levels. Beginners will start with the basics, like ollies &amp; dropping in. More advanced skaters will learn 360 flips, combo tricks, and more. Ages 5-16. July 29- Aug 2, Aug 5-9, Aug 12-16, M-F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $250. Sebastopol Skategarden Park, Laguna Park Way, Sebastopol. www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER: TENNIS CAMP<MC1> Beginner and Intermediate Tennis Camps for ages 10-17. Learn volleys, ground strokes, and serves. Students must bring own tennis shoes and racket. June 3-7, June 10-14, M-F, 9-11a.m.. $140/wk. Analy High School - Analy Ave at Bonnardel Ave, Sebastopol. srvcwinner@comcast.net www.seb.org 707-823-1511

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: FUN-DAMENTALS CLINIC<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 7-4. July 8-10, M-W, 9:30 a.m. - noon (half day)9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (full day).. $150 (half day), $225 (full day). 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: BASEBALL SUMMER DAY CAMPS<MC1> Instructional youth baseball camp. June 17-20, July 8-11, Aug 5-8, M-Th, 9 a.m.- noon (ages 7-10),1-4 p.m. (ages 11-14). $150. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED TENNIS CAMP<MC1> Campers will be grouped according to age and ability level. Players can expect to improve strokes, footwork, speed and agility. Also, learn singles and doubles strategy through drills and competition. Ages 10-18. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug 2, contact for details, M-F, 9 a.m. - noon. $175- $450. 1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. sonomaseawolves.com www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: FRIDAY NIGHT BASEBALL CAMPS<MC1> Kids will enjoy two hours of baseball, followed by a pizza party and a movie. Ages 7-12. June 21, July 12, Aug 9, F, 5- 9 p.m.. $30. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: FUTURE STARS BASKETBALL CLINIC<MC1> Instructional high school basketball camp for competitive boys. Ages 13-18. Aug 10th, Sat, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. $60. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: HIGH SCHOOL ALL SKILLS CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 13-18. July 22-24, M-W, Half Day: 9:30 a.m. - noon, Full Day: 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.. $150 (half day), $225 (full day). 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: HIGH SCHOOL ALL SKILLS CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 14-18. July 25-27, Th-Sat, 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m.. $150. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

*<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER ID CAMP<MC1> Instructional soccer overnight camp for high school players. Ages 14-18. July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. $75-525. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawovles.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: HIGH SCHOOL SKILL CLINIC AND FAST FOURS<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 13-18. July 4-6, Th-Sat, Full Day: 12:30-5 p.m. Skills: 12:30-2:30 p.m. Fast Fours: 3-5 p.m.. $125 (skills), $74 (fast fours), $150 (both). 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: JR. HIGH VOLLEYBALL SKILLS CLINIC AND FAST FOURS<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 10-14. July 1-3, M-W, Full Day: 12:30-5 p.m. Skills: 12:30-2:30 p.m., Fast Fours: 3-5 p.m. $125 (skills), $75 (fast fours), $150 (both). 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp for High School Teams. Ages 14-18. Aug 24-25, Sat-Sun, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.. $50/ player. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: LIL' WOLVES BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth basketball camp. Ages 4-8. July 1-3, M-W, 9 a.m. - noon. $100. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: MEN'S AND WOMENS'S SOCCER DAY CAMPS<MC1> Instructional youth soccer day camps. Ages 5-14. June 17-21, July 8-12, July 15-19, or Aug 5-9, M-F, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $95-175. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: MEN'S BASKETBALL DAY CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth basketball camp. Ages 6-14. June 17-21, July 15-19, Aug 5-9. M-Th.: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Fri: 9 a.m.-1p.m. Half Day: $125, Full Day: $195. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.edu 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM CAMP<MC1> Instructional high school basketball camp with games. Ages 14-18. June 14-June 16, F-Su, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.. $450/team. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: MEN'S SOCCER TEAM CAMPS<MC1> Instructional youth soccer team camps. Ages 6-18. June 17-20, July 8-11, July 15-18, or Aug 5-8, M-Th, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.. $1050/team. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.edu 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: MINI VOLLEYBALL CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 7-11. July 22-26, M-F, 3-4 p.m.. $50. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: QUICK START TENNIS CAMP<MC1> With smaller courts, lighter and smaller racquets, shorter nets, and slower balls, we are approaching tennis in a way that kids can learn, have fun and be successful from the first time they step on the court. Ages 6-10. Multiple sessions from June 17- Aug 2, contact for details, M, W, F, 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.. $45- $120. 1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. sonomaseawolves.com www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

*<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SEAWOLF SOCCER ACADEMY<MC1> Instructional youth soccer overnight camp. Ages 8-14. June 24-27, M-Th, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. $300-$600. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SETTER/HITTER CLINIC<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 13-18. July 11- 13, Th-Sat. Setter: 9:30 a.m.- noon, Hitter: 12:30-3 p.m.. $150 (Setter or Hitter), $225 (both). 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SOFTBALL COLLEGE PREP CLINICS<MC1> Instructional softball camp. Ages 13 and up. June 24, July 22, Aug 17. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., $50-115. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SUMMER ALL SKILLS SOFTBALL CLINIC<MC1> Instructional youth softball camp. Ages 7-12. June 18-19, July 16-17, Tu-W, 9 a.m. - noon. $80. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SUMMER BASEBALL SHOWCASE<MC1> Camp for competitive baseball players. Ages 16-21. July 13, Aug 24, Sept 14, Sat, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.. $175. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SUMMER PITCHING/ CATCHING CLINICS<MC1> Instructional youth softball camp. Ages 7-12. June 1, July 15, Aug 5, Sun, Mon, 10- 11:30 a.m.. $40. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SUMMER SOFTBALL HITTING CLINICS<MC1> Instructional youth softball clinic. Ages 7-12. June 1, July 15, Aug 5, Sun, Mon, noon- 1:30 p.m.. $25. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: SWIM LESSONS<MC1> Instructional youth swim lessons. Ages 3-18. Multiple sessions from June 3 to Aug 16, M-F, Levels 1-4: 9-11:30 a.m., 3-6 p.m. Levels 5-6: 10 a.m. &amp; 5 p.m., $85-160. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.edu 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp for High School Teams. Ages 14-18. Aug 17-18, Sat-Sun, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.. $75/ player. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL DAY CAMP<MC1> Instructional Youth Basketball Camp. Ages 8-18. June 24-27, M-Th, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $165. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM CAMP<MC1> Instructional team basketball camp. Ages 13-18. June 28-19, F-Sat, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.. $400/team. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

*<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: WOMEN'S SOCCER HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER IDENTIFICATION CLINIC<MC1> Instructional soccer overnight camp for high school players. Ages 14-18. July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.. $75-525. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM CAMPS<MC1> Instructional youth team camp. Ages 6-18. July 8-11, July 15-18, M-Th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.. $1100/ team. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA STATE SEAWOLVES: YOUTH ALL SKILLS CAMP<MC1> Instructional youth volleyball camp. Ages 9-14. July 25-27, Th-Sat, 9:30a.m. - noon. $150. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. seawolves@sonoma.edu www.sonomaseawolves.com 707-664-2521

<MC0>SONOMA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL: LADY DRAGON BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> Girls age 8- 14 will receive quality instruction in the fundamentals of defensive and offensive basketball. Led by current Lady Dragon coaches and basketball players, as well as college coaches and alumni. June 10-14, M-F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $150, scholarships available. Sonoma Valley High School, Sonoma. sil@ladydragonbasketball.org www.ladydragonbasketball.org 707-484-8940

<MC0>SRJC: ALL SPORTS CAMP<MC1> Features swimming, water polo, soccer, basketball, and tennis. Led by SRJC coaches and athletes. For boys and girls ages 8-12, June 10- 13, M-Th, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.. $180. 1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa. kkinahan@santarosa.edu www.santarosa.edu/athletics 707-396-8791

<MC0>SRJC: BEAR CUB BASKETBALL CAMP<MC1> S<CW-42>ummer Day camp for boys at Santa Rosa Junior College. Ages 6-14. June 24-27, July 15-18, M-Th, 9a.m.-3p.m.. $200-$350. 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. cmcmillan@santarosa.edu www.santarosa.edu (check Men's basketball page) 707 527-4374

</CW><MC0>SRJC: FOOTBALL &amp; CHEER CAMP<MC1> Co-sponsored by LEAD Sports Academy, great opportunity for athletes to learn techniques, skills and strategies of football and cheer performance, in preparation for the 2013 season. Current and ex NFL players are among the coaches. Ages 8-17. July 12-14, F, Sat, &amp; Sun, Inquire regarding dates and times. $100/ football session, $60/cheer session. Ukiah High School, Low Gap Road, Ukiah. lwagner@santarosa.edu www.LeadSportsAcademy.com 707-527-4393

<MC0>SRJC: FOOTBALL AND CHEER CAMP<MC1> Co-<CW-36>sponsored by LEAD Sports Academy, great opportunity for athletes to learn techniques, skills and strategies of football and cheer performance, in preparation for the 2013 season. Current and ex NFL players are among the coaches. Ages 8-17. June 28-30, F, Sat, &amp; Sun, Inquire regarding dates and times. $100/ football session, $60/cheer session. 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. lwagner@santarosa.edu www.leadsportsacademy.com 707-527-4393

</CW><MC0>SRJC: FOOTBALL CAMP<MC1> Co-sponsored by LEAD Sports Academy, great opportunity for athletes to learn techniques, skills and strategies of football in preparation for the 2013 season. Current and ex NFL players are among the coaches. Ages 8-17. June 21-23, F, Sat, &amp; Sun, Inquire regarding dates and times. 100. St Vincent's High School, Petaluma. lwagner@santarosa.edu www.leadsportsacademy.com 707-527-4393

<MC0>SRJC: SOCCER &amp; SWIM<MC1> For Boys and girls ages 7-12. 41449, M-W, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.. $75. 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. kkinahan@santarosa.edu www.santarosa.edu/athletics 707-396-8791

<MC0>SRJC: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CAMPS<MC1> Girls basketball camp for players who are looking to improve on individual skill as well as team basketball skills. For all levels of players ages 7-14. Run by current and past SRJC players. July 8-11, M-Th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. $200. 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. lcampbell@santarosa.edu http://www.santarosa.edu/for_students/athletics/womens-basketball/ 707-527-4265

<MC0>ST. VINCENT HIGH SCHOOL: TWO DAY CHEER CAMP FOR 5-13 YEAR OLDS<MC1> De<CW-38>velop cheer skills including basic stunting and dance routines with the opportunity to practice them in a group formation. Ages 5-13. Aug 9-10, F-Sat, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.. $30-$50. 849 Keokuk St., Petaluma. SVHSCheerCamp@aol.com http://www.svhs-pet.org/s/905/two-column.aspx?sid=905&amp;gid=1&amp;pgid=871 707-526-4108

</CW><MC0>WEST COUNTY UNITED: SPEED TRAINING<MC1> Skills camp focused on using a combination of drills, exercises, and mental techniques to improve speed and agility. Ages 8-18. July 13th, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.. $40. 1685 Water Trough Rd, Sebastopol. soccer@sonic.net www.wescosoccer.org 707-823-2443

<MC0>WEST COUNTY UNITED: SUMMER SOCCER TRAINING CAMPS<MC1> Soccer skills development and drills followed by small sided games and scrimmages. Ages 5-13. June 10 - 13, July 22 - 25 and Aug 5 - 8 (girls only), M-Th, 9 a.m.-noon. $90. 1685 Water Trough Rd., Sebastopol. soccer@sonic.net www.wescosoccer.org 707-823-2443

<MC0>WINDSOR GOLF: JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS<MC1> Learn all aspects of the game including full swing, chipping, putting as well as rules and etiquette. Ages 6-12. June 11-13, July 9-11, Aug 6-8, Tu-Th, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.. $100. . 1340 19th Hole Dr., Windsor. www.windsorgolf.com 707-838-7888

<MC0>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: HELLUMS-HITTING BASEBALL CAMP<MC1> Baseball camp for ages 8-12. Younger players will learn the correct fundamentals and mechanics of the game, older campers work through advanced drills, muscle memory, mental preparation, and strategy. July 22-26, M-F, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.. $125R/$125NR. Keiser Park 700 Windsor River Rd., Windsor. mbufton@townofwindsor.com www.townofwindsor.com 707-838-1260

<MC0>WINDSOR PARKS &amp; RECREATION: YOUTH TENNIS CAMP<MC1> Learn the fundamentals of tennis- ground strokes, volleys, serves, and more. Focus on singles and doubles strategy. Ages 8-14. June 3-6, 10-13, or 24-27, M-Th, 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.. $135R/$135NR. Hiram Lewis Park 9680 Brooks Rd. S., Windsor. mbufton@townofwindsor.com www.townofwindsor.com 707-838-1260

<MC0>YMCA: OLIVET SPORTS CAMP<MC1> A different sport will be focused on each session, including basketball, baseball, soccer, football, tennis, field games, and more. Campers will swim twice a week and go on one field trip per session. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions available from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/ 2 wk. session, scholarships available. Olivet School, 1825 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829

<MC0>YMCA: STRAWBERRY SPORTS CAMP<MC1> A different sport will be focused on each session, including basketball, baseball, soccer, football, tennis, field games, and more. Campers will swim twice a week and go on one field trip per session. Ages 6-12. Multiple sessions available from June 10- Aug 16, M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.. $327-363/ 2 wk. session, scholarships available. Strawberry School, 2311 Horseshoe Dr., Santa Rosa. jparman@scfymca.org www.scfymca.org 707-544-1829