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St. John's Parish Day School



Summer at St. John's
9130 Frederick Rd.
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Alison Enokian
(410) 465 - 7644
www.stjohnspds.org
summer@stjohnspds.org

Age or Grade Range: Ages 3 1/2 to Entering Kindergarten
Type: Day Camp

Scholarships: No
Comments:

St. John’s Summer Camp is especially designed for young children. Campers will have tons of fun while learning. Each week explores a theme that’s sure to spark curiosity, a love of learning and more!

Suzuki Music School of MD, Inc.



Music & Arts Camp at Wilde Lake/ Piano Camp at Wilde Lake
P.O. Box 1284
Columbia, MD 21044
Dr. Joan Spicknall
(410) 964 - 1983
suzukimusicschool.com
director@suzukimusicschool.com
410-964-1147

Age or Grade Range: Ages 6 - up
Type: Day Camp

Scholarships: No
Comments:

Music & Arts Camp, Instruments AND Voice 2018, all levels; all styles, plus Theory, Music Appreciation, and more.

Session 1: June 18 – June 22, Session 2: August 6 – August 10

Piano Camp 2018, Piano Solos, Piano Ensemble/Duets; Sight Reading for beginning (though some experience reading music desired for increased benefits) through advanced students; Music Theory; Music Appreciation, and more.

Session 1: June 18 – June 22, Session 2: August 6 – August 10

Summer Lessons available June through August 2018.

Sharp's at Waterford Farm

Sharp's at Waterford Farm
4003 Jennings Chapel Rd.
Brookeville, MD 20833
Cheryl Nodar
(410) 489 - 2572
farmquestions@sharpfarm.com

Age or Grade Range: Ages 2 - 12
Type: Day Camp

Scholarships: No
Comments:

Visit our 530 acre working farm for a true fun-filled educational experience! We offer outdoor programs through mid August by reservation only. Perfect for day camps looking for a unique experience!

Ponds, Puddles, & Creeks: Your guide will bring you by hayride to the Cattail Creek. Make sure you wear old tennis shoes or water shoes as we go into the creek to catch a variety of the critters that live there. After catching them, we take time to identify what we have found, and learn about their habitats and life cycles. After releasing the critters we head back to the barnyard to feed the farm animals!

Wonderful World of Worms: Your guide will teach the children about worms and they help turn food scraps into compost. Students will learn how to compost with worms, what to feed them & how compost is used. All children will get to touch dirt & worms! Children will pot a plant to take home! A hayride and feeding the farm animals is also included!

Slayton House Theatre Camp of the Arts


10400 Cross Fox Lane
Columbia, MD 21044
Rachael Strube
(410) 730 - 3987
camp@wildelake.org

Age or Grade Range: Grades 1-8
Type: Day Camp

Scholarships: No
Comments:

At Slayton House Theatre Camp of the Arts our goal is to introduce musical theatre skills to all levels of students. We are dedicated to providing a quality experience under the supervision of professional instructors. Our camp provides learning opportunities where campers can develop and strengthen social skills while improving performing skills. Our goal is for every camper to perform at the end of our session as an opportunity to observe the growth a child has made and the self-confidence that emerges. There is a healthy appreciation of individualism and the emergence of talents and skills at all levels.