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Summer Youth Programs

Summer Youth Program Opportunities:


United_Way_WWA 2018 Community Services Survey conducted by the Walla Walla University School of Business 
indicated that Youth Recreation Programs was a service desired by many in the City. The City of College Place has partnered with United Way of Walla Walla County to create a pilot youth recreation program during the 2018 summer months. That program was very successful and will be continued with a full summer of programming in 2019.

A flier listing all available programs in the City this Summer is here
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The following programs are offered within the city limits of College Place for the 2019 Summer Season:
Campfire - Super Summer in the Park
Kiwanis Park / Davis School
Day camp - Monday through Friday, June 17th through August 23rd
*
College Place Resident Pricing:
$85.00 per household - up to 3 kids -or- 
$170 per household - 4 to 6 kids
Week of July 1-3 (no camp July 4&5) $51 / $102
*Non CP City Residents, check with Campfire for pricing
Register at www.campfire.org    or    call 509-525-3180
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Click here for the weekly schedule.



YWCA - Fun Factory Fridays
Kiwanis Park - No Registration Needed
Free of Charge for Children Ages 5 to 10
For more information, visit the website at:
www.ywcaww.org/fun-factory
or call 509-525-2570
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Enable-Art Summer Art
Camps
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2 hour sessions - All supplies included
Kids camps - ages 5-9 / Youth camps - ages 10-15
limited class size, price from $95 to $130 per week
to register or find information: www.enable-art.com
Click here for the weekly schedule

 Additional Summer Activity Offerings in the Walla Walla Valley...

Blue Mountain Land Trust & Umatilla National Forest Programs:
www.bmlt.org/nature-kids
Programs sponsored by Walla Walla Orthadontics and Walla Walla Pediatric Dentistry

Note: All children must be accompanied by an adult

379147Earth Day
Saturday, April 20, 10 am - 1 pm  / Walla Walla Public Library
Celebrate our beautiful planet by practicing Leave No Trace principles, crafting from recyclables, and planting your own pollinator friendly garden. 

BioBlitz
Saturday, June 1 / Fort Walla Walla Natural Area

Join us at Walla Walla’s second annual Bioblitz! Discover the biodiversity that thrives within the city limits. Help us count as many species as possible and enjoy guided walks with local naturalists.

Water Investigators
Tuesday, July 23, 2:00 - 5:00 pm / WWCC Water & Environmental Center

Prepare to get wet as we explore the wonders of H2O. You will examine the unique critters and plants that call the Walla Walla Watershed home. This event is brought to you in partnership with the Water and Environmental Center. This event is free and open to the public. 

STEM in Nature
Tuesday, August 6, 2:00 - 5:00 pm

Walla Walla Public Library / Did you know beavers built a dam twice the width of Hoover Dam? Engineers are constantly inspired by nature. Investigate these natural systems and hypothesize why and how they exist. Let nature inspire your experiments! This event is free and open to the public. 

Flying Critters 
Saturday, September 21, 10 - 1 pm

Walla Walla Public Library / It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope, it’s a bird. Come learn about the wildlife that takes to the sky. Whether it’s birds by day or bats by night, these critters are incredibly important to our ecosystem. 

Nature Kids On the Farm Day Camps

194515--Session 1—Florabundance July 22-26 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Open to incoming Grades 1-4  /  Limited to 15 campers $120 per child
--Session 2—Who Eats What? July 29-Aug2 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Open to incoming grades 1-4 / Limited to 15 campers $120 per child
--Session 3—Junior Farmer August 6—10 7:30 am to 1:00 pm
Open to incoming grades 5-8 / 
Limited to 12 campers $130 per child
Program Flyer              Register at bmlt.org/nature-kids

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Walla Walla Sweets Baseball Camps
 

Sweet Lou's Skills Camp Presented by WMCA of Walla Walla

June 19—21 / Ages 5—9
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Borleske Stadium, 409 E Reese Ave, WW
Cost $100
—YMCA Members—$85 if registered by April 30th
—Sibling Discount—$85 if registering 2 or more siblings
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Sweets Prospect  Camp Presented by WMCA of Walla Walla
July 15—18 / Ages 8—14
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Borleske Stadium, 409 E Reese Ave, WW
Cost $125
—YMCA Members—$105 if registered by April 30th
—Sibling Discount—$105 if registering 2 or more siblings
More information & Registration at www.sweetsbaseballcamps.com