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by Tessa Schilter & r & & r & RESIDENTIAL CAMPS & r & Disciples of Christ Church Camp, Zephyr Conference Center, Liberty Lake. Youth (grades 2-12) can attend camp from July 24-Aug. 17. Cost: $170-$270. Scholarships available. Call: 455-9969





Fiddler on the Hoof, Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, 1413 Upper Gold Creek, Sandpoint, Idaho. Campers (age 8 to adult) can learn to fiddle and enjoy horseback riding from July 9-13. Cost: $380. www.westernpleasureranch.com Call: (208) 263-9066





Camp Four Echoes, 22270 S. Four Echoes Rd., Worley, Idaho. Girls (grades 2-12) are welcome to attend this camp run by the Girl Scouts Inland Empire Council, with activities such as horseback riding, hiking, theater, a beach party, and more from June 28-Aug. 19. Cost: $140-$575. Camperships available. www.gsiec.org Call: 747-8091





Junior Grange Camp, Bear Paw Camp, Newport, Wash. Youth (ages 9-14) can swim, fish, play sports, do crafts and more from July 23-28. Cost: $100. Call: (509) 796-4582





Camp Lutherhaven, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd, Coeur d'Alene. This residential Bible camp offers youth (grades K-12) a summer camp experience from June 5-Aug. 11. Cost: $30-$273. Scholarships available. www.lutherhaven.org Call: (208) 667-3459 ext. 13





Nazarene Church Camp, Pinelow Park and Conference Center, Deer Lake. Sessions for youth (ages 3-12) from July 10-Aug. 4. Cost: $225. Family camp runs from June 30-July 2. Cost: $21-$153. Call: 233-2367





Camp Osprey, Twin Eagles Wilderness School, Sandpoint, Idaho. Youth (age 6 and up) can learn wilderness living, primitive cooking and sleep in natural shelters during day and residential camps from June 26-July 15. Cost: $150-$550. Scholarships available. www.twineagles.org Call: (208) 265-3685





Pinecroft Christian Camp, Pend Oreille Bible Camp, Newport, Wash. Youth (ages 2-12) can canoe, swim, play games and more from July 6-21. Cost: $55-$120. Call: (509) 455-9969





Camp Reed, Fan Lake, Elk, Wash. This camp, run by the YMCA, will offer multiple sessions for children (ages 6-14) from June 25-July 22. Activities will include dance, hiking, swimming, kayaking and more. Cost $190-$315. Camp Reed also runs a two-week camp-counselor training camp for youth ages 15-16. Cost: $395. Call: 838-3577 ext. 142





Ross Point Camp, Post Falls, Idaho. Youth (grades K-12) and families can play softball, beach volleyball, miniature golf, swim, kayak and more from June 25-Aug. 5. Cost: $174-$272. www.rosspoint.org Call: (208) 773-1656





Schweitzer Summer Camp, Schweitzer Resort, Sandpoint, Idaho. Youth (grades 1-5) can hike, do crafts, swim and more at Adventure Camp from July 10-Aug. 25. Youth (12-15) can go mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking and more at Adrenaline Camp from July 19-Aug. 11. Cost: $120-$165, www.schweitzer.com Call: (800) 831-8810 ext. 2152





Sheltering Branch Camp, Camp Wooten, Pomeroy, Wash. Campers of all ages can participate in music, sports, nature hikes, devotions and more from July 1-7. Cost: $37-$180/person or $575/family. www.shelteringbranch.org Call (541) 276-2082





Camp Spaulding, 8513 Hwy. 211, Newport, Wash. The Presbyterian Church operates this residential Bible camp for youth (grades 2-12) with rope course, crafts, team sports, boating and more from June16-Aug 22. Cost: $90-$255, www.campspaulding.org Call: (800) 566-1155





Camp Sweyolakan, Lake Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Camp Fire USA runs this camp on the north end of Lake Coeur d'Alene and offers a variety of day and residential camps that are open to youth (grades K-12) from July 28-Aug. 18. Activities include swimming, rock climbing and more. Cost: $150-$610. Financial assistance available. Family camps are also available June 10 ($10/person) and July 7-9. Cost: $45 for adults, $25 for youth (ages 4-18), free for children 3 and younger. www.sweyolakan.org Call: 747-6191 ext. 10





Twin Lakes Friends Camp, 8068 W. Radmer Rd., Rathdrum, Idaho. This Christian-themed residential camp for kids (grades 1-12) will be held weekly June 26-Aug.-12. Cost: $90-$140. Scholarships available. www.twinlakesfriendscamp.org Call: (208) 687-1026





Union Gospel Mission Camp, Tshimakain Creek Camp, Reardan, Wash. Low-income youth (age 8-11) can attend weekly sessions of summer camp during July and August. Free. Call: (509) 535-8510





United Methodist Church Camp, Twinlow Camp, Rathdrum, Idaho. Youth (ages 5-12) can attend day camp or residential camp from June 19-Aug. 19. Games, water skiing, crafts, swimming, canoeing and more are included. Cost: $145-$275, www.twinlowcamp.org Call: (208) 687-1146





Youth Horse Camps, Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, 1413 Upper Gold Creek, Sandpoint, Idaho. Campers (ages 10-16) can get in the saddle and ride at these camp sessions from June 18-Aug. 17. Activities include horsemanship, husbandry, and games. Cost: $475. www.westernpleasureranch.com Call: (208) 263-9066





SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS & r & Camp Ability Northwest, Camp Cross, Coeur d'Alene. Kids of all ages with congenital limb deficiencies or traumatic limb loss can attend camp from Sept. 14-17 to help them learn how to use adaptive prosthetic equipment to tie shoes, play sports and more. Cost: $275. Scholarships available. Call: 879-2994





Champ Camp, Camp Lutherhaven, Coeur d'Alene. Youth (ages 8 to young adult) with special needs are invited to attend camps from June 23-July 14. Cost: $105-$210, www.lutherhaven.org Call: (208) 667-3459 ext. 13





Camp Chmepa, Camp Lutherhaven, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d'Alene. Hospice of Spokane hosts this camp for youth (ages 7-15) who have recently lost a loved one from July 28-30. Free. www.hospiceofspokane.org Call: 456-0438





Camp Discovery, YMCA Camp Coleman, Puget Sound. Youth (ages 7-17) with epilepsy and their siblings can participate in activities such as hiking, swimming, arts and crafts, archery, boating and more from Aug. 27-30. Cost $200-$225. Scholarships available. www.epilepsynw.org Call: (800) 752-3509





Camp Eyabsut, Camp Waskowitz, 45505 SE 150 St., North Bend, Wash. Burn survivors (ages 7-17) can swim, hike, kayak, golf, and more with full-time medical staff hosted by the Northwest Burn Foundation on-site from July 30-Aug, 5. Free. www.nwburn.org Call (206) 789-6838





Funshine Day Camp, Spokane Parks and Recreation. Youth (ages 6-21) with developmental or physical disabilities and their siblings can attend camp from June 26-Aug. 11. Cost: $99. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6245





Camp Fun in the Sun, Twinlow, 22759 N. Twinlow Rd., Rathdrum, Idaho. This camp for children (grades 1-6) with diabetes will be held Aug. 1-5. Cost: $275 Youth (grades 7-12) with diabetes are invited to attend camp July 23-20. Cost: $325. Scholarships are available for both camps. www.campfuninthesun.org Call 232-8135





Camp Goodtimes, Ross Point Camp, 600 S. Ross Point Rd., Post Falls, Idaho. The American Cancer Society will host this camp from Aug. 6-12 for youth (ages 5-17) who have been diagnosed with cancer in the past or are undergoing treatment currently. Campers are encouraged to bring a sibling or friend with them to camp and will be participating in a variety of activities, including canoeing, swimming, arts and crafts, and more. Free. www.cancer.org Call: 838-7109





Camp Independence, location TBA. Youth (ages 4-21) with special needs can attend a day camp hosted by Tesh Inc. to participate in summer activities and therapy from June 19-Aug. 17. Cost: Youth on Medicaid attend for free; others $20/hour. www.teshinc.com (208) 765-5105





Camp Stix, 581 Bear Paw Dr., Newport, Wash. Youth (ages 8-18) can camp and learn more about how to deal with diabetes on July 9-16. Cost: $150. Scholarships available. www.campstix.org Call: 484-1366





Camp You Bet I Can, Camp Sweyolakan, Lake Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and Camp Dart-Lo, 14000 N. Dartford Dr. Boys and girls special needs youth may attend residential camp (ages 6-25) at Camp Sweyolakan or day camps (ages 6-21) at Camp Dart-Lo. First-time campers must be pre-screened. Camp Sweyolakan dates: July 10-14 and 24-28. Camp Dart-Lo dates: July 10-14 and Aug. 7-11. Cost: $150-$310. Financial assistance available. www.sweyolakan.org or www.dartlo.org Call: 747-6191 ext. 10





DAY CAMPS & r & Camp Alottafun Adventure Camp, Northeast Youth Center, 4001 N. Cook St. Youth (ages 5-12) may attend camp from June 19-Aug. 25. Cost: $89/week. www.northeastyouthcenter.com Call: 482-0708





Boys and Girls Club, 544 E. Providence. Youth (ages 6-18) can do crafts, play sports, play games and more all summer. Cost: $10 membership fee/$50 for mornings. www.bgcspokanecounty.org Call: 489-0741





Cougar Kids, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Youth (grades 1-7) can attend this summer-long camp that will include themed weeks such as outdoor adventures, Hollywood, super hero, and others from June 12-Aug. 4. Cost $66-$131. www.urec.wsu.edu Call (509) 335-8732





Camp Dart-Lo, 14000 N. Dartford Dr. Camp Fire USA runs this day camp for youth (ages 3-18) from June 19-Sept. 1. Cost: $150-$230. Financial assistance available. Dart-Lo also provides a leadership camp for students in grades 6-12. Cost: $150-$230. www.dartlo.org Call: 747-6191, ext 10





Camp Fiesta, Colbert Chapel, Bear Lake. Children (grades K-6) can enjoy Bible stories, swimming, games, crafts and more from July 31-Aug. 4. Cost: $75. Call: 238-6559





East Central Community Center, 500 S. Stone. Youth (ages 6-12) can hang out and have fun from June 19-Sept. 1. Cost: $450 for the summer. Call: 625-6699





Express Program, various locations. Youth (ages 4-12) can go on field trips, swim, and do crafts and more from June 21-Aug. 24 Cost: $30 plus $20 activity fee. Call: 354-7363





Free Activities in the Park, Browns Park, Valley Mission Park, and Edgecliff Park. There will be games, crafts, and organized activities available for youth (18 and under) on a variety of dates, Monday-Friday. Free. Call: 688-0182





Martin Luther King Center, 845 S. Sherman. Youth (ages 3-12) can participate in cultural awareness, recreation, and community service activities from June 26-Aug. 25. Cost: $450 Scholarships available. www.mlkspokane.org Call: 455-8722 ext 200





School Indigo, 105 E. Indiana Ave., Coeur d'Alene. Youth (3rd to 8th grade) can learn about drama, music, art, Spanish, nature, science, woodworking and more from June 12-Sept. 1. Cost: $110/week. Call: (208) 765-1555





Spokane Parks and Recreation, various locations in the Spokane metro area. The Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is offering various day camps this summer with topics ranging from sports to babysitting to art. Cost: varies by camp. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200.





Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation, Valley Mission Park, 11123 E. Mission Ave., Western Dance Hall, 1901 N. Sullivan Rd., and CenterPlace, 2426 N. Discovery Pl. Youth of various ages can participate in several different day camps. Kids (ages 6-11) can attend day camp at CenterPlace from June 19-Aug. 25 with a variety of themes and activities. Kids (ages 3-5) can attend Kindercampl with a variety of themes and activities. Little Tykes Indoor Gym provides a chance for your child (crawlers up to 3 years old) to socialize and gain body awareness on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays From June 19-August 25. Cost: $20-$90. www.spokanevalley.org Call: 688-0182





Teen Extreme Day Camp, Northeast Youth Center, 4001 N. Cook St. Campers (ages 13-15) can shoot pool, kayak, rock climb and many other activities from June 19-Aug. 4. Cost: $94/week. Scholarships available. www.northeastyouthcenter.com Call: 482-0708





Tincan, various locations. Teens can learn filmmaking, theater, civil action, e-commerce, game development and more at camps hosted by the Inland Northwest Community Access Network. Free, registration required. www.virtualteencenter.org Call: 216-3451





Urban Day Camp, Girl Scout Program Center, 1404 N. Ash. Girls (age 5-12) are invited to attend day camps from July 24-Aug. 11. Activities include swimming, field trips, computers, physics, and chemistry. Cost: $45-$100. Call: 747-8091





YMCA, north, downtown and valley locations. Youth (grades 1-9) can swim, campout, go on field trips and more. Cost: $120-$152. www.ymcaspokane.org Call: 838-3577 ext. 127





ARTS & amp; WRITING CAMPS & r & Art on the Edge, Human Rights Education Institute, 414 1/2 N. Mullan, Coeur d'Alene. Youth (ages 6-12) can create art projects from July 10-14. Free. Call: (208) 676-0917





Central Valley Art Camps, 821 S. Sullivan. Youth (grades 3-12) can participate in a variety of art camps, Theater Summer Camp, Beginning Strings and Advanced Strings, from June 26-July 27. Cost: $60-$120. Call: 228-4755





Clearwater Arts Camp, 8513 Hwy. 211, Newport, Wash. Students (grades 8-12) can participate in classes for concert band, concert choir, fine arts, drama and dance taught by professional instructors from July 16-22. Cost: $295. www.campspaulding.com Call: (800) 566-1155





Coeur d'Alene Arts Commission, Hardin Family Center, 411 N. 115, Coeur d'Alene. Youth (grades k-12) can learn watercolor, guitar, Native American crafts, fused glass, cooking, cartooning and more from June 20-July 20. Cost: $23/class. Call: (208) 676-9132





Color Me Mine! Summer Camp, Riverpark Square, 808 W. Main. Youth (ages 6 and up) can attend summer camp from July 10-Aug. 18 with themes like "Paint with the Masters," "Art Around the World," "All About Me," "Bon Appetit" and more. Cost: $150/four days, $175/five days. Call: 838-3037





Corbin Kids Fine Arts and Crafts Summer Camp, Corbin Arts Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave. This series of weekly art and craft workshops for children (ages 3-11) begins June 12. Activities include creative hands-on projects plus themed day camps including Adventure Camp, Mystery Camp, Nature and Science Camp, and more. Students can attend any or all workshops; pre-registration is required. Cost: $19-$92. Call: 625-6677 or 625-6200





Mobius Kids, River Park Square, 808 W. Main Ave. Youth (ages 6-10) can attend Papier-M & acirc;ch & eacute; or Theater camp from July 11-Aug. 24. Cost: $150. www.mobiusspokane.org Call: 624-KIDS





Monart Drawing School, Spokane Art Supply, 1303 N. Monroe St. The Monart Drawing School is holding a number of workshops for children (ages 4-9) and older from July 11-Aug. 24. Themes include world travel, murals, and puppets. Cost: $55-$65. Call: 230-1880





Songbird Arts Camps, Songbird Christian Academy, 315 N. Fourth St., Coeur d'Alene. Campers (ages 9 and older) can participate in a variety of camps, ranging from drama to stage makeup to singing, from June 12-Sept. 1. The camp includes a performance at the end of the week. Cost: $125. Scholarships available. Call: 475-3174 or (208) 664-3672.





Spokane Art School Summer Camps, 920 N. Howard St. Campers (grades 1-6) can attend a variety of Summer Art Camps, such as tropical paradise, monsters and magic, pirates and more from June 19-Aug. 11. Campers (grades 7-12) can attend Experience Art Project classes on black and white photography, ceramics, drawing and painting from June 19-Aug. 26 Cost: $45-$175. www.spokaneartschool.org Call: 328-0900





Spokane Valley Native American Program, Progress Elementary School, 710 N. Progress Rd. Native American youth (grades 1-8) who live in Central Valley, East Valley, Freeman or West Valley can attend camp from June 26-July 27. Free. Call: 228-4261





THEATER CAMPS & r & Act Right Drama: Christian Youth Theater Summer Camp, CYT Campus, 723 W. Indiana, and Gonzaga University Campus. Youth (ages 7-13) can attend Summer Theater Camp from June 26-Aug. 18 with themes like Dr. Seuss, The Jungle Book, and Newsies. Cost: 150. Youth (ages 13-18) can attend a Grease-themed camp from July 31-Aug. 4. The camp includes housing, food, theatre workshops, T-shirt, and rehearsal and performance numbers from Grease. Cost: $300-$350. www.cytspokane.com Call: 487-6540





Drama-Tics, 222 N. Havana St. Youth (ages 4 and older) can act, dance and sing at camp on June 24 with an opportunity to perform later at a Spokane Indians game, Unity in the Community and at the Spokane Country Fair & amp; Expo Center. Cost: $15. Call: 448-5423





Huckleberry Children's Theater, Lake City Playhouse, 1320 E. Garden Ave., Coeur d'Alene. Lake City has teamed up with Christian Youth Theater-Spokane to host several one- or two-week camps for youth (ages 7-18) from July 3-Aug. 25. Children will be learning about acting, sets, costumes, music, and more. Must preregister. Cost $100-$200. Call: (208) 667-1323





Spokane Civic Theatre Performing Arts Day Camp, Spokane Civic Theatre, 1020 N. Howard St. The Civic Theater is hosting three summer camps for youth (grades 6-12) from June 12-July 31. The July Music Camp is by audition only (by May 20), and students will be participating in a Main Stage show in August. Cost: $250-$335. www.spokanecivictheatre.com Call: 325-1413





Stage Door to the Future, EWU, University Theater Building, Cheney, Wash. This two-week day camp for youth (ages 8-17) will explore various aspects of theater including acting, music, dance, lighting and more from June19-30 Cost: $225. http://summer.ewu.edu Call: 359-6672





Teen Conservatory, EWU, University Theater Building, Cheney, Wash. This comprehensive theater camp is geared towards high school performing arts students (ages 13-17) who are ready for college-level theater instruction and performance opportunities. Students will perform In the Disguise of Love and receive four university credits. Cost: $510 http://summer.ewu.edu Call: 359-6672





DANCE CAMPS & r & Academy of Dance, 14214 E. Sprague. Youth (ages 3 and older) can take ballet classes from June 12-Aug. 24. Cost: $35-$315. Call: 922-3023





Amazing Grace Dance Team, Song Bird Theater and Performing Arts Academy, 315 N. Fourth St., Coeur d'Alene. Youth (ages 3 and older) can take classes including ballet, jazz, hip-hop and more with a strong Christian focus from August 7-18. Cost: $25-$250. Call: (208) 664-3672 or (208) 964-4568





Ballet Arts Academy, 416 W. Sprague. Camp sessions for beginning, intermediate, and advanced dancers (ages 4 and older) will run from June 19-Aug. 12. Sessions range from one day to six weeks. Cost: $25-$600. Call: 838-5705





Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. 57th Ave. The dance studio will hold a variety of camps for dancers (ages 3 and older) in ballet, hip-hop, tap, jazz, ballroom, salsa, tango and more from June 19-Aug. 24. Cost: $40-$240. www.dancecenterofspokane.com Call: 448-2464





Dance Emporium, 7410 N. Division and 13105 E. Sprague. This program offers classes in hip-hop, jazz, ballet, musical theater, tap and break dancing for dancers of all skill levels (age 5 and older). There will be two sets of camps and mini-camps this summer, June 19-30 and Aug. 7-11. Cost: $100-$200. Call: 489-2524 (Division) or 927-8656 (Valley)





Hula Camp, German-American Society, 25 W. Third Ave. Kids (ages 3-12) can come and learn this Polynesian dance from June 26-30. Camp includes instruction, costume and luau recital on the final day. Cost: $55. www.northwesthula.com Call: 701-4145





Isabelle's Dance Time, 4120 S. Sullivan Rd. This camp (ages 6-adult) will combine hip-hop, jazz, ballet, modern, tap and more from July 5-Aug. 3. Cost: $85. www.isabellesdancetime.com Call: 927-0972





Spokane Elite Gymnastics, 5615 E. Broadway Ave. Youth (ages 6 and up) can learn swing, hip-hop, the fox trot, jazz, the rumba and more at camp from July 17-21. Cost: $90. Call: 533-9646





Spokane Parks and Recreation, various locations across the Spokane metro area. The Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is offering numerous dance camps this summer on variety of topics. Cost varies by camp. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





MUSIC CAMPS & r & Brass and Woodwind Academies, EWU, Music Department, 119 Music Building, Cheney, Wash. Students (grade 8 and up) can attend one of two camps for either brass or woodwind instruction with both residential and commuter options from Aug. 14-16. Cost: $100- $225. www.ewu.edu Call: 359-7073 or 359-6948





Gonzaga Choir Camp, Gonzaga University. High school students are invited to learn music from the historic Jesuit mission in South America and perform it during a brief tour from June 23-29. Cost $450; auditions required. www.gonzagachoircamp.org Call: 323-6737





Holy Names Music Center, 3910 W. Custer Dr. The center will hold a series of summer camps (ages 7 and older) focusing on chamber music, singing, piano, string ensemble, jazz, flute, guitar, and more from June 19-Sept. 9. Cost: $165-$199. Call: 326-9516





Jazz Dialogue Summer Camp, EWU, Music Department, 119 Music Building, Cheney, Wash. This camp for jazz instrumentalists and vocalists (grades 7-12) will be held on July 23-Aug. 5. Cost: $325-$450. www.ewu.edu Call: 359-7073 or 280-2285





Kindermusic, Shirley Grossman's School of Music, 1309 W. 14th Ave. Children (ages 3-7) can sing and dance from July 31-Aug. 11. Cost $90-$155. Call: 991-1816





Ludiker Fiddle Camp, Lincoln City Fairgrounds, 1601 Morgan Rd., Davenport, Wash. Fiddlers of all ages and skill levels can attend this fiddle camp from Aug. 6-10. Cost: $325. www.ludikermusic.com Call: 927-7529





Music City Piano Camp, 1322 N. Monroe St. Students (grades 1-7) can study rhythm, theory and ear training at camp from July 31-Aug. 4. Cost: $98. Call: 838-8312





Spokane Area Children's Chorus, St. George's School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd. This summer camp is open to students (grades 2-8) and will include vocal training, performance techniques and more from Aug. 14-18 Cost: $150. www.saccsings.org Call: 624-7992





Spokane Parks and Recreation, various locations across the Spokane metro area. The Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is offering numerous music camps this summer on variety of topics. Cost varies by camp. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





Spokane Youth Orchestra Summer Camp, EWU, Music Department, 119 Music Building, Cheney, Wash. Current or new members of the Spokane Youth Orchestra (middle and high school students) are invited to attend camp from Aug. 22-24. Cost: $50. Call: 328-5729





Spokane Youth Symphony String Music Camp, EWU, Fine Arts Building, Cheney, Wash. High school students who would like to improve their performance skills can attend camp from Aug. 21-24. String orchestra, quartets, solo and excerpts, studio classes and master classes will be presented. Cost: $45. http://summer.ewu.edu Call: 359-2241





Summer Keyboard Explorations, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Middle school and high school students can attend camp to learn about piano, jazz piano, harpsichord, organ, electronic music and more from July 2-July 7. Cost: $260-$380. www.summer.wsu.edu Call: (509) 335-3898 or (509) 335-3239





Syringa String Chamber Music Camp, Rock of Ages Church, 2131 W. Woodside Ave. Students in junior and high school are invited to audition for this camp on June 20-28, where they will be placed in performance quartets to prepare for a culminating concert. Cost: $200-$225. Call: 276-1431





Whitworth Music Camp, Whitworth College. High school students can live on campus and study improvisation, combos, big band and jazz theory from June 25-29. Cost: $390. www.whitworth.edu/jazzensemble





EDUCATIONAL CAMPS & r & Central Valley Summer Program, 821 S. Sullivan Rd. Youth (grades 1-12) can practice math, reading, English, science, study for the WASL and more from June 26-July 28. Cost: $115-$160. Call: 228-4755





Fiesta Camp, EWU, Cheney, Wash. Students (grades 1-6) learn about Spanish language and culture through music, arts and crafts, and storytelling from June 26-30. Close to a full-immersion experience. Cost: www.summer.ewu.edu $115. Call: 359-6009





Camp Invention, Northwest Museum of Arts & amp; Culture, 2316 W. First Ave.; Hutton Elementary School, 908 E. 24th Ave.; and Salk Middle School, 6411 N. Alberta St. Youth (grades 1-6) can study marine samples, design their own carnival games, create custom cars and more from June 26-July 28. Cost: $209-$219. www.invent.org/camp_invention Call: (800) 968-4332





Discovery School Educational Camps, Discovery School, 323 S. Grant St. Youth (preschool to eighth grade) can attend enrichment, art and drama camps with themes like Harry Potter, musical theater, crafts and more from June 19-Aug. 18. Cost: $90-$250. www.discovery-school.org Call: 879-4120





Getting Ready for Kindergarten or First Grade, AlphaED, 703 W. Seventh Ave. Suite L10. Children (K-1st grade) and their parents are invited to attend various camps from June 5 through late August. Activities will include reading, coloring, drawing, working with numbers and creating. Cost: $17/hour. Call: 456-3335.





Institute of Reading Development, Gonzaga, 502 E. Boone Ave. This program works on boosting reading speed and comprehension in children and adults (from kindergarten and up) with sessions between July 22-Aug. 25. Cost: $199-$299 plus books. Call: (800) 964-8888





Junior Engineering Summer Science Workshop, University of Idaho. Students (grades 11-12) who have a 3.0 or higher and have completed three years of math can attend camp from July 9-21. Cost: $550. www.uidaho.edu/engr/jems Call: (208) 885-4934





Native American Summer Program, Spokane Community College. Native American youth (grades 8-10) can participate in a five-week program from June 26-July 27 designed to teach empowerment and life-skills training through classes and projects related to Native American history, culture, literature and wisdom. Cost: $25. Financial assistance available. Call: 533-7030





Natural Resources Workshop, Ketchum, Idaho. Youth (ages 12-14) can learn more about wildlife, rangelands, forests and more while conducting resource experiments, as well as outdoor recreational activities such as target shooting, firearm safety, rappelling, hiking and fishing from June 26-July 1. Cost: $175-$195. http://soils.ag.uidaho.edu/soilfertility/nrw2006 Call: (208) 736-3600 or (208) 364-6165





Outdoor Learning Center, 8706 E. Upriver Dr. Youth (ages 8-13) can attend summer science camp from June 19-29. Cost: $150. Scholarships available. Call: 340-1028.





Palouse Discovery Science Center, 2371 NE Hopkins Ct. Pullman, Wash. Kids (grades K-8) can to attend a variety of camps on with themes such as robotics, crime labs, paleontology and invention from June 19-Aug. 11. Cost: $80-$150. www.palousescience.org Call: (509) 332-6869





Richard Allen Youth Academy, 624 S. Richard Allen Ct. Youth (grades K-12) can work on literacy and math as well as exploring culture, character development, drama, dance, music, choir, arts and crafts and go on field trips at camp from June 26-Aug. 25. Cost: $75 registration fee, $100/week, $400/month. Scholarships available. Call: 535-9681





Robots on the Palouse, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Students (grades 5-6) can attend this five-day camp to learn about, construct, and operate robots from July 10-14. Cost: $225. www.summer.wsu.edu Call: (509) 335-1235





Saint George's Educational Camps, Saint George's School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd. Students can participate in several different camps designed for several different age groups. Youth (ages 2-5) can explore the theories of the world's greatest mathematicians, investigate force and motion, make music with water and more at the Camp for Gifted Students, June 26-30. Students (grades 4-8) can learn to work smarter, not harder at the Study Skills camp from Aug. 14-18. Students (grades 9-12) can attend SAT Prep Class from July 24-Aug. 11 and the College Search Seminar from Aug. 7-11. Cost: $125-$450. Call: 466-1636





Satori Camp, EWU, Cheney, Wash. Students in junior high and high school can attend camp from July 23-29. Students have the option of commuting to camp each day, or staying in the residence halls for the week. The focus of the camp is academic and character development. Cost: $475-$575. www.satoricamp.org Call: 359-6155





Science Safari Camp, Gonzaga Prep, 1224 E. Euclid Ave. "Deep Space Odyssey: Your Trek Through the Universe" is the focus of this year's Science Safari (grades 2-9) on June 19-July 7. Cost: $90. Call: 466-9453





SFCC Youth College, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Dr. SFCC is offering a variety of classes to kids (ages 9-16) including performing arts, storytelling, creative writing, technology, painting, photography, fashion, web design, French, dance, PowerPoint, archery, aviation, jewelry making, magic, interior design and more from June 26-July 28. Cost: $31-$210. www.spokanefalls.edu/programs/youthcollege Call: 533-3522





Spanish Immersion Camp, Villa Vista Language Academy. Youth (ages 3-13) can participate in a series of full-immersion languages camps from June 19-July 28. Cost: $100. www.growwithspanish.com Call: 465-4656





Spokane Parks and Recreation, various locations across the Spokane metro area. The Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is offering numerous educational camps this summer on variety of topics. Cost: Varies by camp. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





Summer Cougar Quest, WSU, Pullman, Wash. This residential camp on the WSU campus will offer workshops on such diverse subjects as architecture, dance, Shakespeare, ecology and more. Students entering grades 7-9 can attend camp from July 16-21 while students entering grades 9-12 can attend on July 23-28 Cost: $450. www.cougarquest.wsu.org Call: (509) 335-1235





Sylvan Learning Center, 8536 N. Wall St., and 210 N. University Rd. Youth (ages 4 and older) can attend reading and writing camps from July 18-Aug. 9. Cost: $200-$395. Call: 232-2520 or 924-7656





Video Camp, Discovery School, 323 S. Grant St. Kids (grades 4-8) can learn how to create and edit video clips from Aug. 7-11. Cost: $105. www.discovery-school.org/html/videocamp.html Call: 879-4120





ALL-SPORTS CAMPS & r & Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Rd. Youth (grades K-12) can attend basketball, gymnastics, football, volleyball, weight training, tennis and track camps from May 30-July 28. Cost: $30-$80. Call: 228-4755





Cheney High School, 460 N. Sixth St., Cheney, Wash. Youth (grades 3-12) can attend basketball camp from May 28-June 30. Cost: $40. Youth (grades 3-9) can attend soccer camp from June 13-16. Cost: $50. Youth (grades 4-12) can volleyball camp from June 19-22. Cost: $75. Youth (grades 9-12) can attend weight lifting camps from June 20-July 28. Cost: $25. Youth (grades 7-12) can attend wrestling camp from July 5-10. Cost: $25. Call: 559-4000





Coeur d'Alene High School, 5530 N. Fourth St.. Youth (grades 5-9) cant attend football camp from June 27-Aug. 2. Cost: $50-$100. Youth (ages 9-12) can attend volleyball camp from July 10-12. Cost: $100. www.chsvikingfootball.com Call: (208) 667-8432





East Valley High School, 15711 E. Wellesley Ave. Girls (grades 4-12) can attend basketball camp from June 19-23. Cost: $30-$35. Boys (grades 9-12) can attend basketball camp from June 5-9. Free. Youth (grades 9-12) can attend football camp from July 24-28. Cost: $50. Girls (grades 5-12) can attend volleyball camp from June 5-9. Cost: $20-$30. Call: 924-1830





East Valley Middle School, 4920 N. Progress Rd. Boys (grades 3-8) can attend basketball camp from June 19-23. Cost: $30. Call: 241-5026 or 924-1830





Ferris High School, 3020 W. 37th Ave. The high school will host football camps for students in grades 9-12 from June 5-July 27. Cost: $30-$54. Boys in grades 3-12 and girls in grades 7-9 can attend basketball camp from June 19-23. Cost: $22.50. Girls in grades 1-12 can attend volleyball camp from June 26-30. Cost $22.50. Youth (grades 6-12) can attend weightlifting camp from June 26-July 21. Free. Call: 354-6006





Lake City High School, 6101 Ramsey Rd. Girls (grades 9-12) can attend soccer camp from July 5-7. Cost: $50. Youth with a minimum of one year of lacrosse experience can attend lacrosse camp from June 2-4. Cost: $125. Call: (208) 640-9250





Lakeland High School, Hico Field, Rathdrum, Idaho. Youth (ages 5-13) can attend soccer camp from July 17-21. Cost: $50. Call: (208) 651-1193





Lewis and Clark High School, 521 W. Fourth Ave. LC will host football camp for students in grades 9-12 from June 5-July 17. Cost: $18-$64. Girls in grades 4-12 can attend volleyball camp from July 10-14. Cost: $22.50-$28. Girls in grades 4-9 and boys in grades 7-12 can participate in basketball camps from June 12-29. Cost: $22.50-$36. Call: 354-5683





Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd. Youth (grades 4-12) can attend basketball camps from June 19-23. Cost: $45. Youth (ages 5-12) can attend football camp from July 24-28. Cost: $45. Youth (grades 1-8) can attend gymnastics camp from June 19-23. Cost: $35. Girls (grades 9-12) can attend soccer camp from July 24-28. Cost: $45. Youth (grades 3-12) can attend volleyball camp from July 24-28. Cost: $45. Youth (grades 1-12) can attend wrestling camp from June 4-8. Cost: $40. Call: 465-7002





Mount Spokane High School, 6015 E. Mount Spokane Park Drive, Youth (grades 3-12) can attend basketball camp from May 30-June 29. Cost: $50-$60. Youth (grades 6-12) can attend football camp from July 24-28. Cost $30-$40. Youth (grades K-12) can attend gymnastics camp from June 19-July 14. Cost: $70. Youth (grades 6-12) can attend soccer camp from June 19-Aug. 3. Cost: $45. Youth (grades 3-12) can attend volleyball camps during June19-July 28. Cost: $60. Youth (grades 1-12) can attend wrestling camp from June 8-14. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7729





North Central High School, 1600 N. Howard St. NC will host basketball camps for boys in grades 3-12 and girls in grades 7-12 from June 19-29. Cost: $18-$22.50. Students in grades 9-12 can attend football camp from July 24-28. Cost: $34. Girls in grades 4-12 can attend volleyball camp from June 17-19. Cost: $20.50. Boys and girls in grades 7-12 can attend soccer camp from June 19-21. Cost: $13.50. Students in grades 7-12 can attend weight conditioning classes from June 19-July 27. Cost: $35. Boys (grades 3-10) can attend baseball camps at Indian Trail Elementary, Balboa Elementary and North Central High School from June 19-29. Cost: $18. Call: 354-6239





Post Falls High School, 2832 E. Poleline Rd. Girls (grades 1-8) can attend soccer camp from June 12-24. Cost: $60. Call: 995-5833





Rogers High School, 1622 E. Wellesley Ave. and Garry Middle School, 725 E. Joseph Ave. Rogers will host two football camps, one for ninth graders and another for grades 10-12 from June 5-22. Garry will host basketball camps for girls (grades 6-12) and boys (grades 4-12) from June 19-23. Cost: $10. Call: 354-6583





Shadle Park High School, 4327 N. Ash St. The high school will host football camp for students in grades 10-12 from June 5-9. Cost: $25.50. Boys in grades 2-12 and girls in grades 3-12 can participate in basketball camp from June 19-29. Cost: $22.50-$35. Students in grades 5-12 can attend softball camp from July 10-13. Cost: $36. Students in grades 4-12 can attend volleyball camp from July 10-14. Cost: $22.50-$34. Girls and boys in grades 9-12 can attend soccer camp (dates and price TBA). Students ages 7-12 can attend weight training classes from June 26-Aug. 10 Cost: TBA. Call: 354-6704





University High School, 12420 E. 32nd Ave. Youth (grades K-12) can attend baseball, basketball, football, softball, volleyball, gymnastics, tennis, soccer and weight training camps from May 30-July 28. Cost: $30-$80. Call: 228-4755





Skyhawks Sports Camps, various locations. Skyhawks are sponsoring sports camps across the Inland Northwest for children (ages 4-14). Camps include soccer, baseball, football, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, roller hockey, golf, volleyball, track and field, cheerleading and more. Cost: $90-$150. www.skyhawks.com Call: 466-6590





Spokane Parks and Recreation, various locations across the Spokane metro area. The Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is offering numerous sports camps this summer, including cheerleading, golf, roller hockey, basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball, softball, yoga, Frisbee golf, tennis and more. Cost: Varies by camp. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





BASEBALL CAMPS & r & Lenny Randle Baseball Camp, Hart Field. Youth (ages 8-18) can attend baseball camp from June 19-23. Cost: $175. Call: 464-0878





North Idaho College Baseball Camp, Franklin Park, Division and Nevada. Youth (ages 8-18) can work on pitching and position play/offensive development from July 24-27. Cost: $150-$200. Call: (208) 769-7879





Northwest Baseball Academy, Northwood Middle School, 13120 N. Pittsburg St., and Ferris High School, 37th and Ray. Youth (ages 5-14) can attend baseball camp from June 19-July 20. Cost: $70-$80. Call: 465-7030 or 448-9273





Total Baseball Instruction, Ephrata, Wash. Youth (ages 9-17) can work on fundamentals at day and residential camps each week during July and August. Cost: $285-$425. www.tbibaseball.com Call: (509) 754-3335





BASKETBALL CAMPS & r & Advantage Basketball Camps, The Warehouse, 800 N. Hamilton St. Youth (ages 7-18) can attend a ball handling camp from Aug. 7-11. Cost: $235. www.advantagebasketball.com Call: (800) 670-0013





Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Youth (grades 3-8) can work on fundamentals, ball handling and defense at camp from July 17-20. Cost: $140. Call: 359-6540. Girls (grades K-12) can attend day or residential camp from July 21-Aug. 9. Cost: $165-$285. Call: 359-7382





North Idaho College Basketball Camps, Christianson Gym, 1000 W. Garden Ave. Coeur d'Alene. Basketball camps for boys (grades 1-12) from June 12-15, taught by NIC's men's basketball staff and players. Cost: $95. Call: (208) 769-3352





Basketball Offensive Camp, Whitworth College. Youth (ages 8-17) can work on footwork, dribbling, free throws, post moves and more during camp from Aug. 21-23. Cost: $75. Call: 777-4415





St. Stephen's Camp, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5720 S. Perry St. Youth (ages 5-12) can attend camp from June 20-23. Cost: $55. Call: 448-2255





Ten Star All-Star Basketball Camp, various locations. Youth (ages 10-19) can participate in an exclusive basketball camp over the course of the summer. Students must apply, be evaluated by a coach, and then be invited to attend. Cost: $599. www.tenstarcamp.com (704) 373-0873





Warehouse Basketball Camps, 800 N. Hamilton St. Youth (ages 6-9) can attend Little Dribblers camp from July 17-20. Youth (ages 9-13) can attend a sharpshooter skills camp from July 26-28. Cost: $120. Call: 484-2670





Washington State University, Pullman, Wash. The college will host camps to work on shooting, ball handling, defense and passing for girls (ages 5-8) on June 12-15, youth (grades K-4) on June 12-15 and girls (grades 9-12) from June 28-July 28. Cost: $85-$375. www.wsucougars.collegesports.com Call: (509) 335-2518





Whitworth Basketball Camps, Whitworth College. Youth (ages 8-14) can attend a skills development camp from July 10-13. Cost: $70. Call 777-4422





FOOTBALL CAMPS & r & All-Star Football Skills Camp, Ferris High School, 3020 E. 37th Ave. This one-day football camp will feature a large cast of professional players and coaches including players from the most recent as well as past Super Bowls on June 17. Cost: $50. Call: 448-1202





Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Youth (grades 9-12) can attend day or residential camp from June 26-30. Cost $255-$315. www.athletics.ewu.edu Call: 359-6918





Central Valley Football Camp, Central Valley High School, S. 821 Sullivan Rd. High school students can participate in various football, weight training, kicking and speed camps from June 27-July 28. Cost: $35-$80. Call: 228-5174





YMCA, Youth (grades 1-8) can work on fundamentals and conditioning with the Spokane Shock from July 10-Aug. 4. Cost: $70-$120. Call: 838-3577 ext. 140





CHEERLEADING CAMPS & r & American Cheerleading University, 11616 E Montgomery Ave. #35. Youth (ages 6-18) can participate in cheerleading camps taught by high school, all-star, and college cheerleaders from June 26-Aug. 11. Cost: $85. Call: 869-3040





Discovery School Cheerleading Camp, Discovery School, 323 S. Grant St. Youth (grades 3-6) can learn basic cheer and simple dance routines, as well as posture, poise, and teamwork from June 19-23 Cost: $90. www.discovery-school.org Call: 879-4120





Spokane Elite Gymnastics, 5615 E. Broadway. Youth (ages 3 and older) can learn tumbling, stunts and cheers during camp from July 31-Aug. 4. Cost: $90. Call: 533-9646





GYMNASTICS CAMPS & r & Northwest Gymnastics Academy, 11712 E. Montgomery Ave. Youth (ages 4-12) can attend camp from July 10-28. Cost: $135-$175. Call: 924-3341





Spokane Elite Gymnasts, 5615 E. Broadway Ave. Youth (age 3 and older) can practice vault, bars, tumbling, flipping, trampoline and more from June 19-Aug. 25. Cost: $90-$170





Spokane Parks and Recreation, Roosevelt Elementary, 333 W. 14th Ave., and Browne Elementary, 5102 N. Driscoll Blvd. Youth (ages 3-11) can attend camp starting June 19. Cost: $59. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





MARTIAL ARTS CAMPS & r & Elite Martial Arts, 13318 E. Sprague. Youth (ages 5-12) can work on flips, rolls, sparring, Nunchaku training, wooden sword training, kicks, Jiu Jitsu and more from June 26-July 21. Cost: $150. Call: 891-7316





MaxCamp, Kick n' Fun Family Martial Arts, 101 N. Argonne Rd. Youth (age 4 and older) can attend day camp from June 20-Sept. 8. Cost: $125-$200. Financial assistance available. Call: 228-0606





SOCCER CAMPS & r & Blackhawks Soccer Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Students (grades 3-9) can participate in soccer camp from June 12-16. Cost $50. Call: 559-4065





Brandon Deyarmin Soccer Camps, various locations in Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake. Youth (ages 5-10) can attend camp from June 26-Aug 18. Cost: $65/week. Call: 710-8770





Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Youth (ages 8-18) can attend goalkeeping camp from July 17-21. Cost: $80. Call: 359-6045





Lazy F Soccer Camp, 16170 Manastash Rd., Ellensburg, Wash. Youth (grades 8-10) can receive soccer instruction from July 9-13. Cost: $280. www.lazyfcamp.org Call: (509) 962-2780





Spokane Shadow, various locations. Youth (ages 8-18 and 16-20+) can work on goalkeeping, scoring, striking and more at camp from June 19-Aug. 3. Cost: $225. www.spokaneshadow.org Call: 879-7999





Valley Youth Soccer League, Trent Elementary School, 3303 N. Pines Rd. Youth (ages 5-13) can attend camp from July 10-Aug. 18. Cost: $45-$85. www.vysoccer.org Call: 924-7661





Whitworth Soccer Camp, Whitworth College. Youth (ages 10 and older) can practice their shooting technique from July 24-27. Cost: $80. Call: 777-4385








VOLLEYBALL CAMPS & r & North Idaho College Volleyball Camp, Christianson Gym, 1000 W. Garden Ave. Coeur d'Alene. Setter-Hitter camp for junior high and high school age players is from July 11-13. Team camp for varsity players is from July 14-16. Cost: $100. Call: (208) 769-3218





Whitworth Volleyball Camp, Whitworth College. Youth (grades 7-12) can attend camp from Aug. 14-17. Cost: $95. www.whitworth.edu/athletics Call: 777-3239








OTHER SPORTS CAMPS & r & Athletic Training Camp, EWU, Cheney, Wash. Youth (grades 9-12) can learn more about athletic training, taping, anatomy, injury evaluation, nutrition and rehabilitation at day or residential camp from June 25-28. Cost: $215-$250. Call: 359-2848





Badminton Camp, Lewis and Clark High School, 521 W. Fourth Ave. Youth (ages 8-14) can work on fundamentals, agility and coordination at camp from July 24-28. Cost: $85. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





Junior Golf Camp, The Links Golf Club, Post Falls, Idaho. Youth (ages 5-17) can attend golf camp with Michelle Grafos from June 26-July 21. Cost: $135-$150. Call: (208) 777-7611





Nike Tennis Camp, Gonzaga University. Youth (ages 10-18) can attend day and residential camps from July 30-Aug. 18. Cost: $345-$665. www.ussportscamps.com Call: 323-4074





North Idaho College Wrestling Camp, North Idaho College. Youth (all ages) can attend day or residential camp from June 24-July 10. Cost: $200-$310. Call: (208) 769-7870





Rifle Safety, Sharp Shooting Indoor Range, 1200 N. Freya St. Youth (ages 8-14) can attend camp from June 20-Aug. 24, weapons and ammunition provided. Cost: $55. www.spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200





Roller Hockey, Mullan Road Elementary, 2616 E. 63rd Ave. Youth (ages 7-14) can work on hand, stick and skating techniques from June 26-30. Cost: $91. www.skyhawks.com Call: (800) 804-3509





Track and Field, various locations. Youth (ages 6-14) can attend camps from July 10-11. Cost: $91. www.skyhawks.com Call: (800) 804-3509

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