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Denver Summer Day Camps 2015: Nature, religious, special needs camps

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Adventures Outside Day Camps

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7, Aug. 10-14, Aug. 17-21 Adventures Outside offers fun and learning during 11 weeks at two locations. Cost: $200/week. Age range: 5-11; 610 S. Jason St. or 1399 Delgany St., Denver 80223; 303-743-9720; e-mail: [email protected];

Alpengirl Wilderness Camp

July 6-10 Experienced female instructors teach girls wilderness skills while discovering the beauty of surrounding forests in this half-day camp for girls. No camp on Wednesday. Cost: $120/week (4 days). Age range: 7-12; 880 Airport Road, Breckenridge 80424; 970-453-1734; e-mail: [email protected];

Amazing Arachnids

June 10 Explore the amazing world of spiders. Holding tarantulas, see how hard it is to balance on a web and get to know some misunderstood creatures. 10 a.m.-noon or 2-4 p.m. class options available. Cost: $15/day . Age range: 4-6; 6252 W. 104th Ave., Westminster 80020; 720-974-1877; e-mail: [email protected];

Water World

July 27-31 Discover all the important ways water affects our planet. Cost: $245/week full day, $130/week half day. Age range: 5-10; 6252 W. 104th Ave., Westminster 80020; 720-974-1877; e-mail: [email protected];

Wildlife Detectives at Audubon Nature Center

July 27-31 Become a wildlife detective through an animal crime scene investigation, and find out what local animal residents have been sneaking around the Audubon Nature Center.Cost: $355/week. Age range: 8-10; 3800 S. Pierce St., Denver 80235; 303-914-2531; e-mail: [email protected];

YMCA of the Rockies Traditional Day Camp

June 1-Aug. 14 Day Camp uses the outdoor experience and Leave No Trace Principles, connecting campers with nature to support growth of self, friendships and stewards of the land. Cost: $30/day, extra for horseback riding. Age range: 5-14; 2515 Tunnel Road, Estes Park 80515; 970-586-3341 x1280 ; e-mail: [email protected];

Zombie Survival Camp

Aug. 3-7 Can you survive a zombie apocalypse? Learn primitive survival skills such as shelter-building, obtaining food, avoiding dangers and finding resources before the apocalypse arrives. Online registration begins Feb. 23. Cost: $189/week resident; $199 nonresident. Age range: 9-12; 3000 W. Carson Dr., Littleton 80120; 303-730-1022; e-mail: [email protected];




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