A non-comprehensive list of programs for kids this summer. Scholarships available at many.
WILLIE KEYS REC CENTER June 17-August 16
swimming, cooking, and art classes
TO ENROLL: (510) 597-5042
Ages: 5-17 $40/week 8am-6pm
DEFREMERY REC CENTER June 19-August 9th
Field trips, classes, and pool use.
7am-5pm or 10am- 6pm
TO ENROLL: (510) 238-7739
SUMMER CAMP: June 17-August 16
sports, art, wood work, magic school,swimming, and yoga.
$125/week + field trip fee
7:30am to 5:30pm
TO ENROLL & SCHOLARSHIP:
cooking, swimming, & trips.
TO ENROLL & SCHOLARSHIP:
|July 1- August 2|
All-Stars Sports Academy
proper fundamentals and rules of basketball, soccer, tennis, and boating.
Ages: 7-11 & 12-14
TO ENROLL & SCHOLARSHIP:
|July 8- August 9|
DACA offers two programs: Urban Agriculture Culinary Program and Digital Music Summer Program
TO ENROLL: (510) 615-5807
|June 17-August 23|
Young Naturalist: Learn a variety of environmental skills by visiting the Lake Merritt Wildlife Refuge.
TO ENROLL: (510) 238-3739
|June 24- August 16|
Carpentry, Art & Science, and Visual Arts classes including offerings like cartooning, beads, and tie dye.
$198 half day/ week
$392 full day/week MON-THURS
TO ENROLL: 510.839.5777
|June 17- August 15|
OAKLAND ZOO’s ZOOCAMP
Outdoor nature discovery w/ science, crafts & of course animal play!
non members $311/week
TO ENROLL: (510) 632-9525 x280
June 17- August 16
Designed to develop academic, cultural and self-confidence, OFS is a five-week summer literacy program that uses African American literature and culture to engage children and their families in developing positive self and community identity.
Location: West Oakland Middle School (991 14th St)
|Monday-Friday, June 17 – July 26, 2013|
M. Robinson Baker YMCA Summer Program
Each week is focused on a different theme including “master chefs” and “artful antics”. Each week includes 1 field trip. (3265 Market St)
Ages: All ages
Information & Enrollment: (510) 654-9622 must enroll by the WED before program date.
*Extended Care is free at the YMCA (7am-9am & 4pm-6pm)
|June 17-August 16|
Exciting and free field trips to farmers' markets, hiking trails, restaurant kitchens and more. You can participate in as many as you'd like.
RSVP by June 17th.
firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by office at 1364 7th Street
Big Top Steel
This 3-week FREE Summer Program is designed to engage, cultivate, and showcase the brilliance and talent inherent in Oakland’s Young Adults.
times : M-F 12:30-4:30pm
email: email@example.com: 510-544-9625
|June 17 – July 7|
Teen Eco Action Week
Ira Jinkins Recreation Center, 9175 Edes Avenue.
Registration runs through Wednesday, June 5
The Rec Center will host the Teen Eco Action Week -- a program that allows teens to discover how to benefit from taking action to protect the environment. In addition to participating in restoration projects and fun-filled outdoor recreational activities, youth will earn community service credit and receive a career exploration stipend upon program completion.
For more info: Renee Tucker, Recreation Leader, 615-5959
|July 15 - July 19|
Fine Arts Summer School
The Office of Parks and Recreation (OPR), in partnership with the Oakland Unified School District, will host the Oakland Fine Arts Summer School (OFASS). OFASS is an artistic collaboration of afternoon art studio sessions for dance, visual art and film and photography and offers arts programming for students who were enrolled and attending
Kindergarten through 5th grade as of April 2013. Registration is now open and space is limited. To register and for more information, please contact Ilka Morris, Program Coordinator, at (510) 597-5081.
|June 25-July 19|
Ira Jinkins Summer Full & Half Day Camp
A traditional day camp for boys and girls, ages 5 to 12: exciting activities led by caring adults in a structured and
safe environment. No advance registration is required for youth to participate in a wide variety of
activities including crafts, sports, nature walks, sewing, swimming, golf, dance, movement
classes, board games, field trips and indoor and outdoor group activities. All campers also
receive a free lunch. The Full Day Camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Half Day Camp
runs from noon to 5:00 p.m. Before/Aftercare is available at additional cost. Some scholarships
are available for qualifying families. For more information, please contact Donte Watson, Recreation Center Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 615-5959
|June 24 - August 23|
$65/ week per child
Ages 5 to 13
Gardening, Cooking, Art and Swimming. *Mandatory Parent Meeting THURSDAY June 27th 5:30pm Register Online at www.oaklandnet.com/parks. OPR RecWare# 22715
July 1 - Aug 23
HNU Summer Chorus Camp
For 3rd grade to 6th grade students
Choral singing and musicianship
Cost: $80 for day camp for one week
Location: Holy Names University, 3500 Mountain Blvd., Oakland 94619
Email email@example.com for more information
|July 8 to July 12|
Registration is now open for camp:
Director: Michelle Doppelt
Hours: 7:30am to 6pm
Registration available online or walk-in
3860 Hanly Rd. For information and cost call 482-7831
|June 17 to August 23|
Dimond Rec Center Shooting Stars Club
6 weeks of class, 2X per week, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30am - 11:30am
For information and cost call 482-7831
|July 9 - August 15|
Sports Camp Sponsored by DASH (Diabetes and Sports Health)
Bushrod Park, 5900 Shattuck Ave
www.dashcamp.org - Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-982-9006
We seek to empower, support and educate youth who have diabetes and
their friends and family members through sports and teamwork.
Our summer camp is a week-long program for girls ages 8-18. Campers attend instrument lessons, form a band, collaboratively write an original song, participate in daily music and empowerment-related workshops, and perform with their band at a live showcase at the end of the week.
Camp will be held at Oakland School for the Arts in downtown Oakland.
Full tuition for BAGRC is $400. We offer full and partial financial aid upon request, and no one is turned away for lack of funds. To apply, please fill out the financial aid application in addition to the camper application.
Session 1: June 24th - 29th
Session 2: July 15th - 20th
Session 3: July 29 - August 3rd