Summer will be here soon and the 2018 Summer Camp Guide has the camp or activity for your kid! Search through more than 175 listings for Alaska camps to find the perfect fit and register before summer arrives.

Summer Day Camps

Summer SPYDER Athlete YOGA and/or OPEN HOCKEY

YOGA, Open Space Yoga Studio, 60 E. 57th Pl, Anchorage; HOCKEY, O'Malley Ice Rink, 11111 S. Center Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 12-college; YOGA for athletes from any sport; HOCKEY Int level | COST: $260/both YOGA and HOCKEY; $120/YOGA only; $220 HOCKEY only

Take your pick or do them both! ATHLETE YOGA (Spinal Floss and Hip Protocol) to strengthen and help with mobility and injury prevention. Taught by YOGA certified Cristy Hickel OPEN HOCKEY (30 minutes skills and drills with 30 minutes scrimmage) for female players looking to learn and keep skills over the summer in a fun mixed group environment. College players come out to assist. Led by Level 5 Coach Cristy Hickel and various club volunteers.

WHEN: April 17-July 26, 2018; Tuesday for HOCKEY; Thursday for YOGA; YOGA, evenings TBD; HOCKEY, evenings depending on ice schedule

CONTACT: Cristy Hickel, crusher@gci.net; 907-351-5545

Avalon Destination Equine Program

Avalon Destination, 33151 Cumulus Road, Eagle River

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6 and older | COST: $525/week

Equine Summer Academy: earth, nature and horses. Teaching life skills thru the art of riding. Learning ground work and riding skills that connect horse and rider as companions. Lessons build character, inner peace and full potential. Horses help cultivate the mind, body and spirit, bringing calmness in life and connecting to gain a better understanding in the world. Students of all levels of riding skills or experience are welcome.

WHEN: May-August; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Monday-Friday

CONTACT: Renae, 907-694-3278

Camp Sholom

7525 E. Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-12 | COST: $200/week early registration (before May 1, 2018); $225 regular registration

Camp Sholom invites your children to share in a camp experience that will stay with them through all their life. Caring and enthusiastic adults will guide your child as they foster a greater appreciation for the Alaska outdoors and all the opportunities it has to offer. We offer weekly field trips, active play every day, plus art, science and music activities facilitated by trained professionals in a colorful and interactive environment. Alaskan-centered theme weeks like Backyard Foraging and Campsite Creations will teach your child skills that they can bring home to the family for your next Alaska adventure. We also feature a kindy camp to prepare your rising kindergartener for school!

WHEN: May 24-Aug. 24, 2018; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; early care available 7:30-9 a.m.; late care available 4-5:30 p.m.

CONTACT: 907-337-1672

UAA Youth Basketball Skills Camp

Alaska Airlines Center, 3550 Providence Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Boys, grades 3-8 | COST: $180

Youth camp is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the game of basketball while fostering a safe and fun environment for kids.

WHEN: May 29-31, 2018; 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

CONTACT: Ryan Orton, 907-786-4808; rorton1@alaska.edu

H2O: Headwaters to Ocean day_camp

Prince William Sound Science Center, Cordova

GRADES/AGES: Grades 3-5 | COST: $225; scholarships available

PWSSC's environmental summer camps are an opportunity for campers to experience the amazing landscape that surrounds us in an educational and exciting way. Through camp experiences, we'll hike in the rainforest, observe glaciers up close, canoe through wetlands and explore tide pools and the ocean. From headwaters to ocean - it's all connected.

WHEN: May 28-June 1; June 25-29, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: Lauren Bien, 907-424-5800; lbien@pwssc.org

Seawolf Sports Camp

Wells Fargo Sports Complex, 2801 Spirit Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6-13 | COST: $199/week

Seawolf Sports Camp is a day_camp that includes a schedule of multiple sports and games each day. Campers will learn the skills and rules required to play each sport. Additionally, campers will learn to work in a team environment while making new friends and having a ton of fun!

WHEN: May 29-June 29; July 9-Aug. 17, 2018; 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Nick, 907-786-1565

Alaska Rock Gym Summer Climbing Camp for Kids & Teens

Alaska Rock Gym, 665 E. 33rd Ave., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6-16 | COST: $90/three-day session

A summer climbing and activity camp for kids and teens. Weekly sessions run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. Morning time slot is not offered in Weeks 1 and 2. Kids increase fitness, gain confidence and have lots of fun. Repeat campers work on skills progression and technical problems. Low instructor to student ratio and a fast paced activity tempo keeps everyone active and engaged.

WHEN: Session 1, May 29-31; Session 2, June 5-7; Session 3, June 12-14; Session 4, June 19-21; Session 5, June 26-28; Session 6, July 10-12; Session 7, July 17-19; Session 8, July 24-26; Session 9, July 31-Aug. 2; Session 10, Aug. 7-9; Session 11, Aug. 14-16, 2018; Morning session, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Afternoon session, 1-3 p.m.

CONTACT: 907-562-7265

Smash Camp Tennis Camp

Service High School Tennis Courts, 5577 Abbott Road, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 8-17 | COST: $150/week

Smash Camp is a tennis camp focusing on fundamentals, positive energy and FUN! This camp's main objectives are to teach the game of tennis to beginners, intermediate and advanced kids from ages 8- to 17-years-old. Smash Camp is a high energy camp with a positive atmosphere. This tennis camp consists of drills, live ball drills and tennis games that are designed to keep the students engaged and constantly moving! Visit www.tennisalaska.com for more information.

WHEN: Weekly, May 29-Aug. 10, 2018; 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 12-1:30 p.m.

CONTACT: tenniscamp@hotmail.com

Alaska Club, Summer Fun Camp

The East, South, Eagle River and Wasilla Alaska Club locations

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-12 | COST: $179/week for members; $199/week for nonmembers

The Alaska Club Fun Camps offer a wide variety of healthy, fun and creative activities every day! Kids will have fun in the pool, create unique arts and crafts, and participate in active games. Each week offers a new theme, with participants from our local baseball teams, Olympians, Iron Dog winners and much more! The main focus is to keep kids moving each and every day! Our caring, creative, energetic staff brings the fun to every camp. We're excited to get messy, inspire ideas, try new things and get moving with your kids. Guests are welcome and you don't have to be a member of The Alaska Club. We can't wait to see you!

WHEN: May 29-Aug. 17, 2018; Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

CONTACT: 907-365-7393; summerfuncamp@thealaskaclub.com

Anchorage Summer Camp at The Dome

The Dome, 6501 Changepoint Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-13 | COST: $70/day; $249/week; $2,499/summer; early drop-off and late pick-up included

We've got a 180,000-square foot-playground here at The Dome, and we make the most of it! This summer, we're providing our campers a huge range of activities to keep their minds and bodies moving. The turf is yours, the track is yours, The Dome is yours! Join us in the largest playground in Alaska! This day_camp provides a summer filled with games, creative activities, sports and field trips!

WHEN: May 29-Aug. 17, 2018; 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

CONTACT: David Registe, Director of Programs, 907-770-3663; david@thedome.us

Aurora Kids Gymnastics Camps

Aurora Kids Fitness, Gymnastics & Dance, 1120 Huffman Road #8, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Age 3 and older | COST: $38/camp block/day; buy four days/week, get the fifth free

Half-day_camps with rotating weekly themes. Pre-K (3-6 year old) kids can be ninjas, pirates, princesses, parkour gymnasts, dinosaurs or be part of our new Paw Patrol. A different theme each week. School age kids (6 years and older) can challenge themselves with gymnastics, ninja, parkour and circus camps. Big anniversary specials this summer!

WHEN: May 29-Aug. 17, 2018; Pre-K, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m.-noon; Pre-K and school age, Monday and Friday 1-4 p.m.; Open Gym add-on available Monday, Wednesday and Friday

CONTACT: Register online: www.aurorakidsak.com; 907-345-0093

The Learning Farm

The Learning Farm, 11601 Gander Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-11 | COST: $60/half day; $100/full day; discount for two or more days, $50/half day, $90/full day

The Learning Farm's Summer Farm Camp enriches children's lives with hands-on animal education, in a fun, active and wholesome environment. Gather eggs from the chicken house and bottle feed a calf. Make butter and cheese, then grind wheat to make bread. Holding baby goats is a favorite activity. Feed the sheep, goats, pig, chickens, rabbits, pony and horses. Learn to wash, card, spin, dye and felt wool from our sheep. Horse riding and animal feeding during each session. Games, crafts and lots of time with all the animals! Enrollment is limited. Pre-registration required, www.TheLearningFarm.net.

WHEN: May 29-Aug. 17, 2018; 9 a.m.-1p.m. or 1-5 p.m. half day; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. full day

CONTACT: Deborah Baines, info@thelearningfarm.net

2018 Junior Learn to Row

Dimond High Pool, 2909 W. 88th Ave., and Sand Lake, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 12-18; completed grades 6-12 | COST: $100

Participants will learn the basics of rowing with certified coaches on Sand Lake. Camp begins with a mandatory class at the Dimond High Pool on June 2, 2018, to cover safety and introduce technique. June 4-8, 2018, campers will be rowing at Sand Lake.

WHEN: June 2 and June 4-8, 2018; June 2, 9-11 a.m.; June 4-8, 3-5 p.m.

CONTACT: www.anchoragerowing.com/classes

Service High Volleyball Camp

Service High School Main Gym, 5577 Abbott Road, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Entering grades 6-9 | COST: $80

Two day volleyball camp hosted by new head coach Katelynn Raygor and JV coach Brooke Pottle. Come out for skills training, fun and excitement. New coaches! New program! New vision! Cougar Strong!

WHEN: June 4-5, 2018; 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

CONTACT: lcvb.servicehigh@gmail.com; Nicole, 907-632-2888

UAA WBB Camp

Alaska Airlines Center, 3550 Providence Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Girls, ages 8-18 | COST: $100/session; $190/both sessions

University of Alaska Anchorage Women's Basketball offers a morning and afternoon session for girls ages 8-18 of all skill level. Mornings are focused on individual skills and the afternoon is focused on team concepts and games.

WHEN: June 4-6, 2018; Morning session, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.; Afternoon session, 1-4 p.m.

CONTACT: Shaina Afoa, smafoa@alaska.edu

Lefty Van Brunt Youth Baseball and Softball Camp

Mulcahy Stadium on 16th Avenue by the Sullivan Arena, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 8-14 | COST: No cost, thanks to our sponsors

Join our coaches and collegiate players for one day or all four. Learn to improve your hitting, pitching, catching, base running and fielding abilities, as well as sportsmanship. Bring your glove, bat and enthusiasm, and we'll provide the rest! Registration forms will be available on our website and at our office, 435 W. 10th Ave., Suite A, Anchorage, AK 99501-3556; or call 907-274-3627. Please submit these registration forms by May 29, 2018.

WHEN: June 4-7, 2018; 9:30 a.m.-noon

CONTACT: Kristen or Mike: 907-274-3627; gpilots@alaska.net; www.glacierpilots.com

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Engineer It: Alaska

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Do you have what it takes to engineer the North? Campers investigate how engineering has been a part of Alaska both in the past and present by visiting the galleries and exploring some of the many types of engineering including structure building, circuitry and robotics. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' engineering feats.

WHEN: June 4-8, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Growth

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Investigate the ideas of growth in the North during this weeklong camp for curious scientists. Explore the growth behind things both large and small, from mountains and glaciers to plants and bacteria. Discover how people in Alaska and the North have used plants in the past and how plants are used today, then create works of art inspired by the findings. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' creations.

WHEN: June 4-8, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Percussion in The Valley Summer Percussion Camp

Colony Middle School, Palmer

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-18 | COST: $90-$260

This camp is an opportunity for percussionists, and those interested in percussion, between the ages of 7-18 to improve their technique, learn a wide variety of new instruments and gain instruction from professionals from around the state and nation. This weeklong intensive study will help inspire and challenge students in their percussion education while having fun and making new friends and connections.

WHEN: June 4-8, 2018; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

CONTACT: percvalley@gmail.com

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Discover: Nature

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade K-6 | COST: $250

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: June 4-8; July 23-27, 2018; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

Alaska Botanical Garden Summer Camp

Alaska Botanical Garden, 4601 Campbell Airstrip Road, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6-12 | COST: $120-$240

Come and learn all about gardening, soil science, forest critters, cooking, drawing and photography with us! Full Day and Half Day options available. All camps take place in our unique garden classroom and on 110 acres of natural boreal forest! Expert staff lead campers through fun, hands-on, science-based environmental education activities. Each unique camp repeats throughout the summer offering a chance for your child to go in depth into the subjects that interest them the most! All camp materials are provided as well as weekly take-home projects.

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 3, 2018; 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. half day; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. full day

CONTACT: Stacey Shriner, education@alaskabg.org; 907-770-3692

Camp Fire's Summer Adventure

Three elementary school locations: south Anchorage, north Anchorage and Eagle River

GRADES/AGES: Entering grades 1-7 | COST: $45/day

Full day summer fun for kids who have completed kindergarten. Wide range of activities including sports, cooking, science, arts and crafts, games, indoor and outdoor fun, field trips, surprise guests and more. Guided by our top-notch staff - who you might recognize if you attend our school year programs - your child will master new skills, build lasting friendships and gain confidence and independence in this interactive, educational summer program. Register for a day, a week or the whole summer! This municipally licensed program qualifies for Child Care Assistance.

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 3, 2018; 7 a.m.-6 p.m.; 6:30 p.m. in Eagle River

CONTACT: campfireak.org; 907-279-3551

Summer Fun Club

Rabbit Creek Elementary School, 13650 Lake Otis Parkway, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-12 | COST: $205/week first child; $175/week siblings

Come join us for an unforgettable summer! Children go on field trips to places such as: The Imaginarium, Alaska Conservation Center, local parks and businesses, swimming and more. All children go on at least two field trips per week. Children have bike day once a week: children ages 5-9 stay on campus and work on bike skills, while those ages 10-12 have bike trips off campus. When not biking or "field tripping," children participate in a myriad of activities such as: cooking, science, arts and crafts, gym and outdoor games, nature walks and have time to just be a kid. SFC staff are experienced, creative, energetic and receive over 30 hours of training. We look forward to a fantastic summer with your child. Operated by: Rabbit Creek Community Association (RCCA).

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 3, 2018; 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday

CONTACT: rabbitcreekchildcare@gmail.com; 907-742-5722; rabbitcreekchildcare.com

Anchor Lutheran Summer Program

8100 Arctic Blvd., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 3-12 | COST: $890/month; $55/day; $6.60/hour

Our Summer Program is a full day program for children 3-12 years old. We offer a faith-based fun-filled summer with exciting field trips, creative outdoor activities, arts and crafts, chapel time, bike days, water fun days, picnic days and more!

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 10, 2018; 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

CONTACT: 907-522-3636; office@alsalaska.org

Camp Fire's Camp Si-La-Meo

Alaska Pacific University, 4101 University Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-13 | COST: $290/week

Venture outside for a week of fun where we take full advantage of the natural setting on the campus of Alaska Pacific University, making every day another opportunity for campers to go marching through the forest on a hike, practice target sports, hang from our rock wall or launch a canoe from the waterfront. In addition to a huge line-up of activities, games and regular swim lessons, we structure each session around a unique theme to build campers' excitement towards a grand finale on the last day. Campers are organized into small groups by age, where they are encouraged to try something new while expressing their creative side.

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 10, 2018; 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

CONTACT: campfireak.org; 907-279-3551

Fox Hollow Junior Golf

Fox Hollow Golf Course and Sports Dome, 11801 Brayton Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6-14 | COST: $125

Golf lessons at our par-3 course, as well as a free nine holes of play for students after their lesson each day!

WHEN: June 4-Aug. 10, 2018; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays; 9-11 a.m.

CONTACT: Cathi Geerin, 907-345-4600; chalet@foxhollowak.com

Great Alaska Hockey College Showcase and Development Camp

O'Malley Sports Center, 11111 O'Malley Center Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Girls ages 12-college; intermediate skaters and above | COST: $375/before May 20; $400/after May 20, 2018

Skate with and be coached and scouted by some of the best coaches in the world. Sixteen hours of ice. Division 1 and 3 college coaches lead the way in this unique showcase/camp where skaters get up close and personal with elite players and staff. Camp will also cover current nutrition, fitness, vision, college process, National Team and pro hockey options for young women. This high quality, low cost camp will inspire as well as teach what needs to be done to reach the next level. Includes jersey, meet and greet barbecue and optional hike. Space is limited. Eight goalies only.

WHEN: June 5-8, 2018; June 5, late afternoon/evening; June 6-8, mornings

CONTACT: Cristy, crusher@gci.net; register online: www.http://link2cart.com/ejnlmg

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Engineer It: Alaska

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Do you have what it takes to engineer the North? Campers investigate how engineering has been a part of Alaska both in the past and present by visiting the galleries and exploring some of the many types of engineering including structure building, circuitry and robotics. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' engineering feats.

WHEN: June 11-15, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Everyday Science

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Become a scientist for a week: look closely, ask questions and experiment while collecting real data and contributing to research about Alaska. Explore weather, sound, water and other monitoring projects that can be done at the museum and in your own backyard. Campers see how citizen science projects can connect them to the science community while enhancing their understanding and appreciation of the world around them. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' research and experiments.

WHEN: June 11-15, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Discover: Girl Scout Camp

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade K-6 | COST: $250

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: June 11-15; July 30-Aug. 3, 2018; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

Magic Invitational

7537 Basel St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 9 and up | COST: $250

These special programs are open by invitation/application to Magic Enthusiasts ages 9 and up. The camp will include a myriad of amazing tricks and illusions. Students will build their own magic kits and have opportunities to perform routines, skits and illusions.

WHEN: June 11-15; July 16-20, 2018; 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (Parlor open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.)

CONTACT: Don Russell, 907-522-1364

UAA Hockey Academy

Wells Fargo Sports Complex, 2801 Spirit Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 6-13 | COST: $249/week

UAA Hockey Academy is Anchorage's premier youth hockey camp. This camp features 10 ice sessions per week, in addition to off-ice shooting and stickhandling clinics with current UAA coaches and players. Campers will also get to enjoy swimming everyday and bike rides, along with a ton of other sports and games! Join us for a week of fun! Campers must provide their own gear.

WHEN: June 11-29; July 9-13, 2018; 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Nick, 907-786-1565

SPYDER Summer Soccer

Trailside Elementary School Fields, 5151 Abbott Road; and Service High School Soccer Fields, 5577 Abbott Road, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 3-15; may request friends on teams | COST: $70/U4 (ages 3 and under); $90 U6 and older (ages 4-15)

For more than 26 years, SPYDER soccer has provided summer fun and skill development for kids ages 3-15. This 100 percent volunteer organization is a neighborhood program geared toward movement, fun and being outdoors. We emphasize family involvement. Teams are co-ed, Monday and Wednesday nights, so weekends are free. Choose the age group that works best for development. Cost includes jersey, sports bag, party, medals, etc. Adjacent playground is enjoyed by families. May request friends on teams. Register online at www.spydersoccer.com.

WHEN: June 13-July 18, 2018; Mondays and Wednesdays; One hour sessions beginning 5:30-8 p.m.; younger kids play earlier

CONTACT: Cristy, crusher@gci.net; www.spydersoccer.com

Rush Youth Soccer League

Lloyd Steele Park, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 4-10 | COST: $150

Join the best youth soccer program in Anchorage, the Rush Youth Soccer League (RYSL). Designed for soccer skill development, small-sided games and fun. Sessions run by experienced and licensed coaches, not parent volunteers. Cost is 40% less than other club programs for same amount of training. www.alaskarush.com

WHEN: June 13-July 26, 2018; Tuesdays and Thursdays; 5:30-7:30 p.m.

CONTACT: Tyler Jeffres, Tjeffres@alaskarush.com

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Dinosaurs

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Travel back to a time where dinosaurs roamed Alaska. Explore the Cruisin' the Fossil Coastline exhibition to learn about dinosaurs and ancient animals of Alaska's past. Campers discover what it takes to be a paleontologist, decipher fossil clues and create an Alaskan dinosaur or ancient animal inspired by their discoveries. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' creations.

WHEN: June 18-22, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Robot it: Museum Take-Over

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

WHEN: June 18-22, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

World Cup Soccer Camp

Fox Hollow Sports Dome, 11801 Brayton Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 8-14 | COST: $200

Join Alaska Rush for a week of skill development and fun games celebrating the World Cup! Play four mini-games per day on a different team each time with prizes for winners. Watch a World Cup Game of the Day projected on Fox Hollow Dome walls. www.alaskarush.com

WHEN: June 18-22, 2018; 12:30-4:30 p.m.

CONTACT: Dan Rufner, 907-561-7874; drufner@alaskarush.com

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Discover: STEM

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade K-6 | COST: $250

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: June 18-22; July 16-20; Aug. 6-10, 2018; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

Alaska Airlines College Coach's Baseball and Softball

Kosinski Fields, 16th and Cordova, near Mulcahy Park, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Entering grades 6-8 | COST: $55-$95/all three days; contact for details

Meet eight college baseball coaches and get training from college softball pitchers during this three-day clinic. Full cages use, break down in groups and special sessions on fielding and base running. More details at www.alaskalegion.com.

WHEN: June 20-22, 2018; 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; 12:45-3 p.m.

CONTACT: www.alaskalegion.com; Sleep Comfort by Nerlands, 907-258-2505

19th Annual Alaska Airlines Youth Baseball and Softball

Kosinski Fields, 16th and Cordova, near Mulcahy Park, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Grades K-5 | COST: $55-$95/all three days; contact for details

Baseball and softball training with fun, non-baseball activities and games. Experienced PE instructors and college baseball players and coaches are the instructors.

WHEN: June 20-22, 2018; 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; 12:45-3 p.m.

CONTACT: Sleep Comfort by Nerlands, 907-258-2505

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Dinosaurs

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Travel back to a time where dinosaurs roamed Alaska. Explore the Cruisin' the Fossil Coastline exhibition to learn about dinosaurs and ancient animals of Alaska's past. Campers discover what it takes to be a paleontologist, decipher fossil clues and create an Alaskan dinosaur or ancient animal inspired by their discoveries. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' creations.

WHEN: June 25-29, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Robot it: Museum Take-Over

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

WHEN: June 25-29, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Take Action

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade K-6 | COST: $250

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: June 25-29, 2018; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Create It: Art of the North

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Ready to become an artist of the North? Campers take inspiration from art in the Anchorage Museum for hands-on experience with different art mediums and styles through artist-led projects. Textiles, painting and sculpture are just a few of the art forms campers investigate. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' creations.

WHEN: July 9-13, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Last Frontiers

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Take on the challenges of the last frontiers. Investigate the last frontiers of Alaska, the deep sea and space in this weeklong camp. Dive into sea and space exploration through the planetarium, learn about what it takes to thrive in these harsh environments and tackle the terrain using LEGO MINDSTORMS robotics; no experience necessary. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' frontier adventures.

WHEN: July 9-13, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Discover: Coding

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade K-6 | COST: $250

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: July 9-13, 2018; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

Summer Peace Camp

Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2824 E. 18th Ave., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Grades 1-6 | COST: $150 early reservation (before May 1); $200 after May 1, 2018; scholarships available

Imagine a summer experience that will plant seeds for participants to enjoy a satisfied life and contribute to a more peaceful community. Campers have the opportunity to grow socially and emotionally through music, the arts and outdoor activities.

WHEN: July 9-13, 2018; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; childcare available half-hour before and after

CONTACT: Rosene Beachy, DLRE, rbeachy@alaskalife.net

Open Space Kids Yoga & Music Camp

Open Space, 630 E. 57th Pl., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-10 | COST: $455 for the first eight registrations; $495 after the first eight

Two times a week we'll gather for 3.5 fun hours to play games, craft, enjoy free play, practice yoga and explore our rhythmic side. Each Tuesday, certified kidding Around Yoga teacher, Dietrich Johnson, will share an hour of energizing movement, breathing and mind-calming practices. On Thursdays, we will sing, dance and explore a variety of instruments for one hour with the inspiring and talented Hannah Joy Smith of Timbre Music and Music Together. Register on our website now! www.openspacealaska.com/happenings

WHEN: July 10-Aug. 16, 2018; 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

CONTACT: OpenSpaceAlaska.com; Openspacealaska@gmail.com; 907-243-OPEN (6736)

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Create It: Art of the North

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 10-12 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Ready to become an artist of the North? Campers take inspiration from art in the Anchorage Museum for hands-on experience with different art mediums and styles through artist-led projects. Textiles, painting and sculpture are just a few of the art forms campers investigate. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' creations.

WHEN: July 16-20, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Anchorage Museum Summer Camps, Explore It: Last Frontiers

Anchorage Museum, 625 C St., Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Ages 7-9 | COST: $300; members receive 10% discount

Take on the challenges of the last frontiers. Investigate the last frontiers of Alaska, the deep sea and space in this weeklong camp. Dive into sea and space exploration through the planetarium, learn about what it takes to thrive in these harsh environments and tackle the terrain using LEGO MINDSTORMS robotics; no experience necessary. The week culminates with a presentation of the campers' frontier adventures.

WHEN: July 16-20, 2018; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

CONTACT: camps@anchoragemuseum.org; 907-929-9276

Cordova 4-H Music Camp

Cordova, Alaska

GRADES/AGES: Ages 5-8 for Hawaiian Camp; Ages 9-18 for Bluegrass Camp | COST: $250 early registration (before June 30, 2018); $300 regular registration

The Cordova 4-H Music Camp offers young people an opportunity to explore a diverse range of traditional acoustic music styles in a supportive and encouraging environment. Throughout the week, students will engage in classes during the day, one of which will be performing at the end of camp, in addition to family events that are held around town. Special guests artists, as well as local Alaskan musicians, teach classes. We hold Hawaiian Camp for younger children, ages 5-8, and a Bluegrass Camp for ages 9-18. Adult classes are also available. Visit our website for information, www.cordovamusiccamp.org. Bring the enjoyment of playing music into your life!

WHEN: July 16-20, 2018; 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

CONTACT: cordovabluegrass@gmail.com

Seawolf Volleyball Camps

Alaska Airlines Center, 3550 Providence Drive, Anchorage

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade 5 and up | COST: Varies (most are $50/day)

A variety of volleyball camps from July 17 through Aug. 2, 2018. Most are two day_camps. All information can be found at www.seawolfvolleyballcamps.com.

WHEN: July 17-Aug. 2, 2018; age groups vary; 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

CONTACT: www.seawolfvolleyballcamps.com

Girl Scouts of Alaska, Program Aide

Camp Singing Hills, Chugiak

GRADES/AGES: Entering grade 7-12 | COST: Free

Come discover what Girl Scout Camp is all about! The Girl Scout Camp program gives girls a classic and timeless summer camp experience. Campers will try everything camp has to offer, including canoeing, arts and crafts, a cookout, nature hikes and more. Some activities will be new, encouraging campers to stretch, and some familiar, reinforcing girls' confidence in their skills. Bus transportation is an additional $40 per week. Visit GirlScoutsAlaska.org for more information.

WHEN: Any camp week; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CONTACT: Amanda Block, ablock@girlscoutsalaska.org

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