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RESIDENTIAL CAMPS

Camp Reed Traditional Camp, Fan Lake, Spokane. YMCA hosts activities for campers (ages 10-14) that include canoeing, ropes courses, painting, campfires, skits, hiking, mountain biking, swimming and more, from June 19-Aug. 13. Cost: $345-$395. Visit: campreed.org. Call: 720-5630

YMCA Mini-Camp, Fan Lake, Spokane. Campers (grades 1-2) will enjoy swimming, boating, arts and crafts and traditional camp activities from June 26-Aug. 9. Cost: $215-$225. Visit: campreed.org. Call: 720-5630

YMCA Family Camp, Fan Lake, Spokane. Families can enjoy boating, climbing, biking, sports and more from Aug. 25-Aug. 28. Cost: $150 per person, discounts for families with more than two children. Visit: campreed.org. Call: 720-5630

YMCA CIT Program, Fan Lake, Spokane. Campers (entering grade 10) will learn group dynamics, leadership skills, stewardship, and work ethics and will receive communication training from June 19-Aug. 13. Cost: $485-$495. Visit: campreed.org. Call: 720-5630

Camp Spalding, 8513 Hwy. 211, Newport, Wash. The Presbyterian Church operates this residential Bible camp that includes crafts, ropes courses, horseback riding, team sports, swimming, boating and more. Discovery Camp (grades 2-4) from June 22-25 and Aug. 14-17. Cost: $195. Junior Camp (grades 5-6) from June 26-July 2 and July 24-30. Cost: $395. Junior High Camp (grades 7-8) from July 10-16 and Aug. 7-13. Cost: $395. Senior High Camp (grades 9-12) from July 3-9 and July 31-Aug. 6. Cost: $395. Pioneer Camp (grades 2-12) from June 26-July 23.Visit: campspalding.org. Call: 720-7846

Twin Lakes Friends Camp, 8068 W. Radmer Rd. Rathdrum, Idaho. This Christian residential camp will feature outdoor adventures, crafts, games and more. Day Camp (grades 1-3) from July 11-15. Cost: $105. Jr. Girls Camp (grades 4-6) from July 25-30. Cost: $135. Jr. Boys Camp (grades 4-6) from June 27-July 2. Cost: $135; Jr. High Camp (grades 7-8) Cost: $155; Sr. High Camp (grades 9-12) from Aug. 1-6. Cost: $155. Visit: twinlakesfriendscamp.org. Call: (208) 687-1026

Camp Sweyolakan, Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Camp Fire USA offers a variety of residential activities for campers (grades 1-12) that include kayaking, outdoor cooking, hiking, backpacking, arts and crafts, rock climbing, horseback riding and more from July 1-Aug. 19. Cost: $205-$745. Visit: campfireinc.org. Call: 747-6191

Camp Sweyolakan: You & Me, Kid!, Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Families are encouraged to try canoeing, crafts, boating, swimming, archery and more from July 8-10, July 22-24 and Aug. 5-7. Cost: $40-$70. Visit: campfireinc.org. Call: 747-6191

Ross Point Camp, 820 S. Ross Point Rd. Post Falls, Idaho. Campers (grades K-12) and families will play softball, swim, hike, kayak and more at this faith-based camp. Junior High Camp from June 19-24. Cost: $239. My First Camp from June 24-25. Cost: $81. Junior Camp from June 26-July 1. Cost: $239. Senior High Camp from July 3-8. Cost: $239. Family camps from July 17-23 and July 24-30. Cost: $845-$985. Visit: rosspoint.org. Call: (208) 773-165

Camp Four Echos, 22177 S. Camp Four Echoes Rd., Worley, Idaho. Girls (grades 1-12) are invited to attend camps run by the Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Council, with activities including windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, sports, cooking, photography, sailing, hiking and more. Themed weeks include outdoor challenges, zoology, science, art, leadership and troop camping from July 5-Aug. 19. Cost: $189-$624. Visit: gsewni.org. Call: (800) 827-9478 ext. 227

Kindercamp, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (ages 4-5) and an adult will enjoy water fun, challenges courses, Bible teachings, campfires and more from Aug. 5-7. Cost: $76 per person. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call (866) 729-8372

Parkers Place Camp, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. A camp for families who have lost a child will take place from June 16-19. Cost: $20 per person. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call (866) 729-8372

NE Washington Junior Grange Camp, Princess Pines on Lake Thomas, NE of Colville, Wash. Campers (ages 9-14) will swim, fish, play sports, do crafts, dance and more from July 31-Aug. 6. Cost: $150. Call: 535-1154

Camp Lutherhaven, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The residential Bible camp offers youth (ages 4-18) a summer camp experience with amenities like ropes courses, climbing towers, waterfront blobs and more from June 19-24, June 26-July 1, July 10-15, July 17-22, July 24-29, July 31-Aug. 5, Aug 7-12 and Aug. 14-19. Exodus Camp (grades 3-4) cost: $339. Pioneers (grades 5-6) cost: $339. Homestead Village and Tree House Village (grades 4-6) cost: $339. Junior High Sailing (grades 7-9) cost: $369. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call (866) 729-8372

Lutherhaven’s Family Festival Camp, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Families can RV-, cabin- or tent-camp and enjoy outdoor festivities from July 1-4. Cost: $398-$438. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call (866) 729-8372

Lutherhaven Genesis Camp, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (grades 1-2) can enjoy their first camp from July 10-12 and July 13-15. Cost: $89-$129. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call (866) 729-8372

Shoshone Base Camp, North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. This residential Bible camp is operated by Lutherhaven for campers (ages 8-18) and will include river tubing, zip lines, rock climbing, whitewater rafting and more from Aug. 7-12 and Aug. 14-19. Cost: $199-$389.Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call: (208) 667-3459

Shoshone Creek Ranch, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The ranch offers Christ-centered wilderness experiences for youth (grades 5-12), adults and families from July 3-Aug. 9. Cost: $350 per camper. Ranch Hands Work Weekends begin July 15. Cost: $25 per person. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call: (866) 729-8372

Idaho Servant Adventures, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The weeklong summer ministry camp for youth groups of all ages will engage teens in outreach, leadership and service from June 12-Aug. 4. Cost: $208. Visit: idahoservantadventures.com. Call: (866) 729-8372

Camp Mivoden, 17415 E. Hayden Lake Rd. Hayden, Idaho. This Seventh-Day Adventist camp offers residential activities and adventures at its outdoor resort. Adventure Camp (ages 8-10) from June 19-26. Cost: $300. Team Camp (ages 13-16) from June 26-July 3. Cost: $300. Junior 1 Camp (ages 11-13) from July 3-10. Cost: $300. Junior 2 Camp (ages 10-12) from July 10-17. Cost: $300. Spanish Camp (ages 13-17) from June 26-July 3. Cost: $240. Challenge Camp (ages 12-15) from June 19-26. Cost: $310. Mission Aviation Camp (ages 14-17) from June 19-26. Cost: $620. Teen Cowboy (ages 10-16) from June 19-July 17. Cost: $310. Teen Wakeboard Camp (ages 12-16) from June 19-July 3. Cost: $340. Extreme Teen (ages 12-16) from June 26-July 17. Cost: $310. Visit: mivoden.com. Call: (208) 772-3484

Camp Cross, McDonald Point, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (grades 2-12) will enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, Dutch-oven cooking, carnivals and more. Mini-Camp (grades 2-3) from June 27-29. Cost: 120. Intermediate Camp (grades 4-5) from July 31-Aug. 5. Cost: $255. Junior High Camp (grades 6-8) from July 10-15. Cost: $255. Mid-High Camp (grades 9-10) from July 17-23. Cost: $210. Senior High Camp (grades 11-12) from Aug. 7-13. Cost: $270. Visit: campcross.org. Call: 624-3191

Camp Gifford, 3846 N. Deer Lake Rd., Loon Lake, Wash. The Christian camp is owned and operated by the Spokane Salvation Army. Campers will swim, canoe, paddleboat, do crafts, attend daily chapel and campfires from June 20-Aug. 5. Youth Camp (ages 7-12), Wilderness Camp (ages 13-17), Pee Week Camp (ages 5-6) from July 13-15 only. Cost: $66-$199. Visit: campgifford.org. Call: 233-2511

United Methodist Church Camp, Twinlow Camp, 22787 N. Twinlow Rd. Rathdrum, Idaho. Campers (ages K-12) will attend residential camps that feature games, waterskiing, crafts, swimming, canoeing and more from June 13-Aug. 12. Cost: $155-$455. Visit: twinlowcamp.org. Call: (208) 687-1146

Twin Eagles Camps, Medicine Circle, Priest River, Idaho. Campers will learn to connect with nature by building natural shelters, fires, learning about wild and medicinal plants, learning about animal tracking, native crafts and more. Overnight Camp (ages 10-13) from July 17-July 22. Cost: $495. Teen Session I (ages 13-18) from July 25-July 31. Cost: $595. Teen Session II (ages 13-18) from Aug. 1-Aug. 7. Cost; $595. Visit: twineagles.org. Call: (208) 265-3685

DAY CAMPS

Camp Dart-Lo, along the Little Spokane River, West of Wandermere Golf Course. Campers (ages 3-18) will swim, learn archery, ride horses, enjoy the outdoors from June 20-Aug. 26. Cost: $220-390. Visit: campfireinc.org. Call: 747-6191

Camp Sweyolakan, Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (grades 1-6) will enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking, cooking, hiking, archery, arts and crafts and more from July 4-Aug. 19. Cost: $205. Visit: campfireinc.org. Call: 747-6191

United Methodist Church Day Camp, Twinlow Camp, Rathdrum, Idaho. Campers (grades K-7) are invited to play games, water-ski, do crafts, canoe and more from June 13-Sept. 2. Cost: $155 per week. Visit: twinlowcamp.org. Call: (208) 687-1146

Wild N Crazy Kids, Comstock Park, 601 W. 29th Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-9) are invited to play on silly slime slides and jelly pools and have dirt-worm adventures from June 27-July 1. Cost: $129. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Mario Party, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-10) are invited to play games, earn gold coins, do obstacle courses, balloon chases, Yoshi egg relays and more on Aug. 2. Cost: $37. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Princess Camp, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-10) are invited to get pedicures, manicures, put on a hair fashion show, sing, make crafts and more on Aug. 9. Cost: $37. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Academy, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-10) are invited to earn their diploma from Hogwarts with classes in potions, magical creatures, the dark arts and more on Aug. 16. Cost: $37. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

CSI Camp, Comstock Park, 601 W. 29th Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 9-13) are invited to work their way through multi-staged obstacle courses filled with mind-bending exercises designed to fight crime on July 6. Cost: $37. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Camp Adventure, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 10-12) are invited to take field trips and play games from June 20-Sept. 2. Cost: $119 per week. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Camp Alottafun, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-9) are invited to take field trips and play games from June 20-Sept. 2. Cost: $119 per week. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Little Inventors Camp, Comstock Park, 601 W. 29th Ave., Spokane. Campers (grades 1-3) are invited to explore, create, and invent science projects from July 11-15. Cost: $129. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Camp Camo, Camp Sekani, 6707 E.Upriver Dr., Spokane. Campers are invited to play in platoons and squadrons, wear face paint, play tug-of-war, shoot paint balls and more (ages 5-8) from Aug. 1-5, (ages 9-12) from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $37. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Cougar Kids, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Campers (grades 1-7) can attend this summer-long camp that will include swimming, team building, outdoor excursions, crafts and more from June 8-July 20. Cost: $78-$152 Visit: cougarkids.wsu.edu. Call: (509) 335-8732

Explorers Summer Camp, Green Gable Children’s Learning Center. Campers (ages 2-12) are invited to do arts and crafts, sing camp songs, cook, take field trips, have spirit days and more from June 14-Sept. 1. Cost: $89-$135. Visit: greengablepreschool.com. Call: 455-6110

After Effects, Tincan, 1317 W. Second Ave., Spokane. Campers (grades middle school through high school) will learn to create different special effects with computer software and gain exposure to 3D space, green screens, working with text layers and motion tracking from July 11-22. Cost: $135. Visit: tincan.org. Call: 744-0972

Science Reporters Camp, Tincan, 1317 W. Second Ave., Spokane. Campers (grades middle school-high school) will learn to investigate a science news story, do in-depth reporting and create videos from July 25-Aug. 5. Cost: $135. Visit: tincan.org. Call: 744-0972

Cinematography Boot Camp, Tincan, 1317 W. Second Ave., Spokane. Campers (grades middle school-high school) will learn different phases of the filmmaking process from June 20-24. Cost: $135. Visit: tincan.org. Call: 744-0972

Serious Gaming 101, Tincan, 1317 W. Second Ave., Spokane. Campers (grades middle school-high school) will learn to design and build a game that uses animated characters, sound and action from June 27-July 1. Cost: $135. Visit: tincan.org. Call: 744-0972

YMCA, all locations. Campers (grades 1-9) can swim, do arts and crafts, sports, games, campouts, field trips and more from June 20-Sept. 2. Traditional Day Camp (grades 1-5), Adventure Camp (grades 4-8), Triangle Club (grades 6-9). Cost: $39 daily, $162 weekly. Visit: ymcaspokane.org. Call: 777-9622

Peak 7 Adventures, 6710 N. Pittsburg St., Spokane. This nonprofit group hosts rafting and ascent trips for at-risk youth, as recommended by parents, friends, mentors and counselors. Free. Visit: peak7.org. Call: 467-5550

Hero Vacation Bible School, Covenant United Methodist Church, 15515 N. Gleneden Dr. Spokane. Campers (ages 7-13) are invited to explore the ways God works in their lives from July 25-28. Cost: $10, $25 family. Call: 466-1768

Medical Lake Trip, Spokane Club, 102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to swim, hike, make s’mores and more around Medical Lake from July 18-22. Cost: $40 day; $180 week members, $45 day; $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Riverside State Park Trip, Spokane Club, 102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to hike, explore, look for birds, play games and learn about wildlife at Riverside State Park from July 25-29. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Wonderland Adventures, Spokane Club, 102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to explore castles, moats, play miniature golf, have water-balloon fights and picnics at Wonderland from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Turnbull Adventures, Spokane Club, 102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to explore, identify wildlife species and take part in scavenger hunts from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Barnyard Palooza, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to visit petting zoos, do barnyard dancing, egg tosses, musical chairs, cattle herding and more from June 27-July 1. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Games Galore, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to play tag, relay games, bingo, board games, team games, wet games and more from July 11-15. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Holiday Hullabalu, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to discover and celebrate bizarre and wacky days like Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, National Lollipop Day, International Ninja Day and more from July 18-22. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Drenched, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to enjoy water games at Splashdown, the Southside Aquatics Facility, the YMCA indoor Pool and Valley Mission Pool from July 25-29. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Treasure Hunters, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to solve mysteries, go on scavenger hunts, practice pirate talk and more from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Poppin Up in the Parks, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to play in Spokane’s many parks, plant seeds, flowers and learn environmental lessons from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Twin Eagles Summer Camps, throughout Spokane. Campers will learn to connect with nature by building natural shelters, fires, learning about wild and medicinal plants, learning about animal tracks, native crafts, stories, songs and more. Day Camp for Toddlers (ages 3-6) from June 20-24. Cost: $150. Day Session I (ages 6-13) from June 20-24. Cost: $225. Day Session II (ages 6-13) from June 27-July 1. Cost: $225. Visit: twineagles.org. Call: (208) 265-3685

Twin Eagles Summer Camps, throughout Sandpoint, Idaho. Campers will learn to connect with nature through camping, hiking, activities and more. Day Session I (ages 6-13) from June 27-July 1. Cost: $225. Day Session II (ages 6-13) from July 4-8. Cost: $225. Visit: twineagles.org. Call: (208) 265-3685

Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane, various locations throughout Spokane. Campers (ages 6-18) will take music lessons, play games, take field trips, play sports and more from June 20-Aug. 19. Cost: $15 -$20 per week. Visit: bgcspokanecounty.org. Call: 489-0741

Camp Tshimakain, Union Gospel Mission of Spokane centers. Campers (ages 8-17) from low-income families or at-risk environments will participate in challenge courses, sports, games, archery, bicycling, swimming and more from June 27-Aug. 26. Free. Visit: ugmspokane.org. Call: 535-0486

Hiking, Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr., Spokane. Youth (ages 7-12) will experience the wilderness through hiking from July 11-15 and Aug. 1-5. Cost: $169. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Camp Survivor, Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr., Spokane. Youth (ages 7-12) will learn different basic survival techniques in the outdoors from June 27-July 1 and Aug. 15-19. Cost: $169. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Wild and Wacky Waters, Camp Sekani, 6707 E. Upriver Dr., Spokane. Youth (ages 7-12) can play in the water and learn different water games from June 20-24 and July 25-29. Cost: $169. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Wonderland Adventure Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will follow the white rabbit to a new adventure, solve riddles, puzzles and tell stories and tales from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Who Done It? Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (6-11) will experience a mystery, create ID badges and solve the puzzle from July 11-15. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Ocean Adventure, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will learn how to man a ship at sea on this ocean adventure from July 25-29. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Neverland Adventure Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will hunt for treasure as a pirate or pixie from July 18-22 and (ages 3-5) Aug. 8-12. Cost: $$45-$52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Nature Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will enjoy scavenger hunts, nature walks and eco-green friendly art projects from July 5-8. Cost: $45. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Festivals Around the World Camp, Corbin Art Center 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) can celebrate different festivals and international culture from July 5-8. Cost: $90. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Explorer Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) can discover the joys of mapmaking and journaling as they embark on expeditions from July 11-15. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Best of Summer Camp, Corbin Art Center 507 W. Seventh Ave. Youngsters (6-11) will experience all the best activities of summer from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Sea Odyssey Camp, Corbin Art Center 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will take an underwater journey from June 27-July 1. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Young Adventurers, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will experience a new adventure everyday from June 6-10 and July 18-22. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Animal Adventure Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Youth (ages 3-5) will learn about great animal characters with books and crafts from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Enchanted Forest Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Youth (ages 3-5) can live life as if it were a fairy tale from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Phineas and Ferb Camp, Mountain View Gymnastics, 1100 S. Garfield Suite B, Airway Heights, Wash. Kids (ages 5 and older) will become pirates, circus performers and more from July 25-July 29. Cost: $110. Visit: mountainviewgymnastics.com. Call: 244-7061

Twinlow Camp, 22787 N. Twinlow Rd. Rathdrum, Idaho. Youth (grades 1-12) will participate in activities such as water sports, hiking and more from June 19-Aug. 19. Visit: www.twinlowcamp.org. Call: (208) 687-1146

Airway Heights Parks and Rec, Various locations. Kids (ages 8-14) will enjoy an old-fashioned summer camp with swimming, hiking and movies starting June 20. Cost: $85 per week. Visit: www.cawh.org. Call: 244-4845

Adventure Camp, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Kids (ages 6-12) will focus on different challenges, such as being a stunt person from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $119. Call: 533-9646

Pirate and Princess Camp, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Kids (ages 6-12) can enter into a world of swashbuckling and adventure from Aug. 22-26. Cost: $119 half-day, $219 full-day. Call: 533-9646.

Discovery School Camps, 323 S. Grant St., Spokane. Children (K-12) will be given the opportunity to learn and grow through activities and adventures with Lego robotics challenges, Dr. Seuss camps, rock band camps, science camps, cooking camps and more from June 20-Aug. 12. Cost: $125-$145. Visit: discovery-school.org. Call: 496-8248

THEATER CAMPS

Drama Camp, Coeur d’Alene High School, 5530 N. 4th St., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (ages 6-18) will learn basic acting skills while focusing on play production and competition from June 20-24. Cost: $140. Visit: northidahotheatre.org. Call: (208) 769-2999

Harry Potter, Lion’s Share, 1627 N. Atlantic St., Spokane. Campers (ages 8-12) will enjoy drama games, creating props from the wizarding world and participate in a concluding performance from July 11-15. Cost: $100. Visit: lionaround.org. Call: 327-1113

Camp of Dreams, in Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’ Alene, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (ages 5-12) will learn to act, sing, dance and explore the outdoors from June 22-28. Cost: $350 Visit: campfireinc.org. Call: (208) 696-1761

Chronicles of Narnia, Lion’s Share, 1627 N. Atlantic St., Spokane. Campers (ages 8-12) will explore the world of Narnia through drama games,the creation oftheatre props and a concluding performance from June 27-July 1. Cost: $100. Visit: lionaround.org. Call: 327-1113

Christian Youth Theater, Lake City Community Church, 600 N. Ramsey Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers will enjoy one-week workshops in theater, voice, dance, drama, games, set painting, rehearsals and more. Lion King Camp: Juniors (ages 7-13) starting June 27. Cost: $165. Bitty (ages 5-6) starting July 18. Cost: $95. Juniors (ages 7-13) starting Aug. 2. Cost: $165 and Bitty (ages 5-6) starting Aug. 2. Cost: $95.Visit: cythnorthidaho.com. Call: (208-765-8600

Christian Youth Theater, 6205 E. Mansfield, Suite A., Spokane Valley. Campers will enjoy one-week workshops in theater, voice, dance and drama, games, set painting, rehearsals and more. Peter Pan Junior Camp (ages 7-12) from June 20-24 and June 27-July 1. Cost: $185. Hats Off to Dr. Seuss (ages 5-7) from June 27-July 1. Cost: $90. Little Mermaid (ages 5-7) from July 11-15. Cost: $90. Mary Poppins (ages 7-12) from July 18-22. Cost: $185. Hairspray (ages 12-18) from July 25-29. Cost: $195. The Lion King (ages 12-18) from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $195. Tarzan (ages 7-12) from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $185. World of A.L. Webber (teens only) from July 25-29. Cost: $150-$175. Visit: cytspokane.com. Call: 487-6540

Center Stage, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to participate in talent shows, skits and blockbuster field trips from July 5-8. Cost: $80. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Musical Theatre Camps, North Idaho College, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers will perform original pieces written by Christopher Moll. Sleeping Princess (ages 8-16) from June 25-July 2. Pied Piper (ages 8-16) from Aug. 6-13. Cost: $195. Visit: cdasummertheatre.com. Call: (208) 769-7780

Musical Theatre Revue, North Idaho College, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers (ages 13-19) will focus their emphasis on singing, dancing a capella and audition techniques from July 18-23. Cost: $195. Visit: cdasummertheatre.com. Call: (208) 769-7780

EWU Theater Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. During this intensive four-week camp actors (ages 16 and older) will train the voice and body with a series of exercises, dialect work and more from June 20-July 15. Cost: $100 non-credit. Visit: outreach.ewu.edu/summer. Call: 359-6671

Summer Theatre Camp, Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Rd., Spokane Valley. Campers (grades 3-12) are invited to learn a wide variety of acting and improvisation techniques from July 6-7, July 11-14, July 18-24 and July 25-26. Cost: $130. Call: (208) 687-1213

Theatrix, Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center, 1724 E. F St. Pullman, Wash. Kids (ages 6-12) will create their own stories and hone their acting and improvisation skills from June 22-26. Cost: $99. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

From Page to Stage, Corbin Art Center. 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will put on productions and learn different theatre jobs from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Children’s Puppet Theatre, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will bring the puppets to life from June 27-July 1. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200

Mastering Disguises Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will make dazzling disguises from June 20-24. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Creative Theatre & Storytelling Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will use role-playing to harness the power of creative expression from July 11-15. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Fairytale Theatre Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will play the role of thespian in different classic tales from Aug. 1-5 and Aug. 15-19. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Drama Classes, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Beginning to advanced students (grades 6-12) will study drama from July 25-29. Cost: $50. Call: 998-7237

Pend Oreille Playhouse Community Theatre, 240 N. Union Ave. Newport, Wash. Kids (grades K-3) will have fun learning the fundamentals of acting from Aug. 1-4. Cost: $25. Visit: www.pendoreilleplayers.org. Call: (509) 671-3389

Pend Oreille Playhouse Community Theatre, 240 N. Union Ave. Newport, Wash. Campers (grades K-3) will learn the intricate details of putting on a stage production from Aug. 15-26. Cost: $75. Visit: www.pendoreilleplayers.org. Call: (509) 671-3389

St. Stephen’s Summer Theater Camps, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 5720 S. Perry St., Spokane. Children (ages 7-14) will play theater games, learn to move onstage, interact with other actors, use a microphone, memorize lines and more from Aug. 1-5 and Aug. 8-10. Cost: $85-$110. Call: 448-0854

Spokane Civic Theater Camps, 1020 N. Howard St., Spokane. Children (ages K-2nd) will play theater games, create sets, learn basic to advanced acting skills and perform from June 20-24 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $80. Elementary Set Making (grades 3-6). Cost: $65. Musical Theatre Camp (grades 7-12) from June 20-July 1. Cost: $195. Drama Camp (grades 7-12) from July 11-22. Cost: $195. Visit: spokanecivictheatre.com. Call: 326-6311

Spokane Civic Theater Camps, 1020 N. Howard St., Spokane. Children can choose from a variety of workshops. Treasure Island from June 20-24, Harry Potter and the Secret Rehearsal from June 27-July 1, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory from July 11-15, Narnia: Prince Caspian from July 18-22, Harry Potter: On the Hogwarts Express from July 25-29, The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King from Aug. 1-5. Prices vary. Visit: spokanecivictheatre.com. Call: 326-6311

Spokane Civic Theater Camps, 1020 N. Howard St., Spokane. Children (ages 13-18) will learn and perform a full-stage production of Footloose from July 24-Aug. 12. Auditions on April 30. Cost: $395. Visit: spokanecivictheatre.com. Call: 326-6311

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