The saying goes “if you can’t beat them, join them” — but there are many classes available this summer that allow kids to beat the heat while also joining in on team activities. Every year, Tucson Local Media rounds up a sampler of some of the summer camps and classes, and this edition conti…
As we might be starting to possibly see the beginning of the light at the end of the COVID tunnel , it's time to think about summer camps. If you're gearing for kid activities and you want to be in our Summer Camp guide, send your info to TucsonEditor@TucsonLocalMedia.com
Calling all parents - Did you know school ends in just 36 days? Are you ready? Your Oro Valley Parks & Recreation Department is. We have an interesting and exciting line-up of programs and events that is sure to meet the interests of every child.
For the young thespians looking to learn and be a part of a live play production, they can sign up for the Great American Playhouse’s summer camp.
Green Fields Country Day School is introducing a summer camp for students between first and eighth grades. The camp combines an academic boost in the morning with swimming and creative project-based activities in the afternoon.
This summer, Southwest University of Visual Arts (SUVA) will be offering an art and creativity camp that will allow students to explore an art medium of their choice.
The Northwest Adventure Day Camp program is a non-traditional program which features traditional camp activities horseback riding, archery, climbing tower, crafts, music, nature programs, sports, as well as an outdoor pool where campers can swim.
Do you have treasured childhood memories of spending time outdoors with your parents or grandparents? This summer, take the time to share this experience with your own children. Pack a lunch, put on some sunscreen and take them on your own hiking or fishing adventure.
Rocks and Ropes may be in its 21st year of operation, but there’s no monotony when stepping foot into this spacious rock-climbing gymnasium, located at 330 S. Toole Ave.
There’s a special place south of Ina Road aimed at helping families and children have a nice summer experience. Creative Care, a Club House For Kids, is geared toward children with disabilities to spend their days.
The news is out, the Town of Oro Valley is moving forward with a $3.4 million aquatic center that will bring Olympic-caliber recognition to the facility, but in the meantime, the pool will be closed this summer.