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Auction Sizzler: Summer in the city

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Summer Camp in San Francisco

Tutu Ballet Camp – one week

Imagine your child spending their summer days exploring the enchanted and enriching world of ballet! On any given day at Tutu Camp, a camper might take a ballet class, decorate costumes, learn the story of a famous ballet, or even take part in a production of their own creation. Let your little ballerina or ballet dancer explore the magical world of swans and sugar plums, of firebirds and fairies. tutuschoolsanfrancisco.com

Time: 9am-2pm. Grades: K-2. Location: Tutu Studio, North Beach

Moss Beach Ranch – one week

Has your child been asking for a horse? A little difficult living in San Francisco… However, they can have one for a week at Moss Beach Horse Ranch! Each camper will have their very own horse for the week while they learn proper safety, grooming, and tacking procedures and enjoy a variety of riding experiences and adventures. Moss Beach Ranch.

Time: 9-3. Ages 6-15. Location Moss Beach Ranch, Moss Beach

Camp Edmo – one week

Right here on our own Rooftop turf, the folks of Camp Edmo will keep your pre K-4th grader exploring, learning, experiencing and active. No brain drain here! Each week has a different theme (Super Spy, Cosmic Creations, Backyard Biology) and is created in partnership with SF’s finest, such as the Exploratorium and the Academy of Sciences. campedmo.org

Time: 9am–3pm. Grades: Pre K–4. Location: Rooftop, Claire Lilienthal, Diane Feinstein or Julius Kahn Park

Camp EdTech – one week

The 5-9th grade crowd gets a chance to create, direct, edit and star in their own Short Films or Animations. Perfect for your budding superstar. Or they can explore digital photography and graphic design. Classes are taught by industry professionals and the week finishes with movie premiers and gallery showings. Now seriously, can summer get any better? campedtech.org

Time: 9am–3pm. Grades: 5-9. Location: Rooftop, Claire Lilienthal or Julius Kahn Park

Academic Chess – one week

Chess principles are reinforced through instruction, exercises and breakdown of historic games. But there’s more to this awesome camp than chess alone: hikes into the Presidio, alternate daily activities: yoga, theater and gymnastics all topped off on Friday with a tournament and pizza party! Jesse Dioquino (who also teaches chess at Rooftop after school program) really knows that learning should be fun – especially in summer! sfkids.org/Content.aspx?id=6676

Time: 12pm-4pm. Grades: K-9. Location: St. John’s Presbyterian Church

Galileo Camp – one week

Taking a look at the ‘menu’ of classes, parents wish that they could be kids again: chefology, Go Kart building, fashion design, comic book workshop, inventors workshop and the list goes on. No wonder Camp Galileo is one of the area’s favorite summer destinations!   galileo-camps.com

Time: 9am–3pm. Grades: pre K-5. Location: Brandeis Hillel Day School

MEEP Camp – one week

The folks at MEEP (Miraloma after school program) know a thing or two about running a successful after school program. But they don’t rest when school’s out for summer so head on over to Miraloma to join in any of the fun activities: soccer, basketball, hip hop, art. The core schedule is from 8-2pm but what’s really nice is that they offer FREE extended care from 2-5:30pm. The 5-star testimonials say it all: Definitely signing up again this year! http://www.meepinc.com

Time: 8am-5:30pm. Date: June 10 – August 2. Grades: K-6. Location: Miraloma School

Noe Valley Dance – one week

Nothing but 5-star reviews for Ms Laura and her warmth, her enthusiasm and her fantastic teaching skills. Your child will be excited every morning ready for another day of camp. This camp offers more than dance alone. Besides ballet, jazz and Polynesian dance there is yoga, face painting, arts and crafts and picnic lunches at the park. noevalleydance.com

Time: 9am-3pm. Ages 4-19. Location: Noe Valley Dance Space

Soccer Insight – one week

Last summer your kid cheered for the US soccer team but this year it’s time to channel their own inner Mia Hamm or Landon Donavan. So grab those cleats and head out to the Presidio where the enthusiastic coaches of Soccer insight are ready to play ball! soccerinsight.com

Time: 9am-3pm. Age: 5-12. Location: Presidio

Legarza Basketball Camp – $100 gift certificate towards summer camp

Legarza Basketball Camp strives to give campers the knowledge & motivation they need to achieve their personal best in basketball and life. Your child will thrive in a safe, professional, & encouraging environment of learning, friendship and fun. There is a good reason why 75,000 campers return to Legarza camps throughout the country to shoot more hoops! legarzabasketball.org/camps/camps/summer.html

Time: 8:15am-5pm. Grades: K-8. Location: St. Brendan

YMCA Embarcadero – one week

It’s fun to stay at the YMCA! No wonder if you look at the activities and adventure your kids will experience: field trips to different venues in the Bay area, sports, games, arts and crafts and swimming (at an additional cost). And with the downtown location and long hours, this camp makes working parents happy too! http://www.ymcasf.org/embarcadero/what_we_offer/for_kids/day_camp

Time: 7:30am – 6pm. Grades: K-8. Location: Embarcadero

Destination Science Camp – one week

Innovative summer day camp gives K-6 graders innovative hands-on science adventures. Build cool robots, launch fast rockets, create fun 3-D games, design roller coasters, and more. destinationscience.org

Time: 9:00am-3:30pm. Grades: K-6. Location: Waldorf High School

 

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