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Summer Camps 2011 (2 of 2) 

Dance/cheer, music, arts & writing, educational, special-Needs, multi-sport, tennis, gymnastics, soccer, football, volleyball, baseball, basketball and other sports camps.

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DANCE/CHEER CAMPS

Academy of Dance, 14214 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers will learn classical ballet techniques, Pilates-based conditioning, pre-pointe, character dance, receive daily lecture and more. Beginner Intensive (ages 7-11) from July 5-14. Cost: $265. Advanced Beginner/Low Intermediate Intensive (ages 9 and older) from July 11-21. Cost: $299. High Intermediate/advanced intensive (ages 12 and older) from July 18-28. Cost: $299. Visit: spokaneacademyofdance.com. Call: 922-3023

Isabelle’s Dance Time, 4120 S. Sullivan Rd., Spokane Valley. These four-week dance classes offer students (ages 3-10) everything from hip hop, ballet, contemporary, tap, improvisation, tap, stomp, jazz and more from July 5-Aug. 1. Cost: $15 per class, $125 unlimited classes. Visit: isabellesdancetime.com. Call: 927-0972

Isabelle’s Fantasy Camp, 4120 S. Sullivan Rd., Spokane Valley. Each day class will include dance lessons, craft projects, snack breaks, story time and more for campers (ages 3-10). Princess Rapunzel on July 7, Your favorite Pop Star on July 11. Princess Tiana on July 19 and Fancy Nancy on July 27. Cost: $30 per day, $95 all four days. Visit: isabellesdancetime.com. Call: 927-0972

Simply Ballet, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 12 and older) will learn intermediate foundation, pointe work and syllabus lessons from June 20-23. Cost: $85. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Stomp It Up, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 12 and older) will learn step and hip hop moves from June 27-30 and July 25-28. Cost: $85. Visit:.dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Glee Week, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 12 and older) will learn theater-style dance moves from July 18-21. Cost: $85. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Small Fry Jazz, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 6-9) will learn jazz turns, musical theater, lyrical moves and more from Aug. 8-11. Cost: $85. Visit:.dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Tu/Hip Hop, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 12 and older) will learn basic to intermediate moves on Aug. 2, 4, 16, and 18. Cost: $12 per class. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Be a Belieber, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 5-12) will dance to music by Justin Beiber and friends from July 18-21. Cost: $75 week, $24 day. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Cheerleading & Dance Camp, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 7-12) will learn hip hop, choreographed moves, music retention, vocal use and cheerleading moves from July 25-29. Cost: $129. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Shake it like a Pom Pom, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 5-12) will learn hip hop and cheerleading-style dance moves from July 25-28. Cost: $75 week, $24 day. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Dazzling Disney, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 4-12) will incorporate jazz, ballet, tap and lyrical dance moves from Aug. 15-18. Cost: $75 week, $24 day. Visit: dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Under the Sea, Dance Center of Spokane, 1407 E. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Dances (ages 3-12) will learn ballet and tap moves from June 20-23 and Aug. 1-4. Cost: $75 week, $24 day. Visit:dancecenterofspokane.com. Call: 488-24645

Cheer Camp, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 5-10) are invited to learn the fundamentals of cheering from July 18-21. Cost: $65. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Cheer Dance, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 10-15) are invited to learn basic dance and cheer steps from July 25-28. Cost: $65. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Dance Camp, Mountain View Gymnastics, 1100 S. Garfield Suite B, Airway Heights, Wash. Kids (ages 5 and older) will learn ballet, jazz, hip hop, choreography and cheer dance with crafts and movies from July 18-22. Cost: $110. Visit: mountainviewgymnastics.com. Call: 244-7061

Cheerleading Camp, Mountain View Gymnastics, 1100 S. Garfield Suite B, Airway Heights, Wash. Kids (ages 5 and older) will build their cheer skills while tumbling, stunting and cheering from Aug. 1-Aug. 5. Cost: $110. Visit: mountainviewgymnastics.com. Call: 244-7061

Cheer Camp 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Kids (ages 3-12) will learn the skills wanted by cheerleaders from July 18-22 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $119. Call: 533-9646

Cheerleading and Dance Camp, Comstock Park, 601 W. 29th Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 7-12) are invited to learn choreographed moves, music retention, vocal use and more from July 25-29. Cost: $129. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Ballet Arts Academy, 109 W. Pacific Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 6-15) will learn choreography and dance history in multiple styles of dance from June 20-July 1. Cost: $275,10 days, $175 5 days, $50 per day. Visit: balletartsacademy.com. Call: 838-5705

Ballet Arts Academy, 109 W. Pacific Ave., Spokane. Dancers (ages 11 and older) with at least five years of experience and pointe work will learn Pilates, pointe, modern, dance history and more from July 5-31. Cost: $6550, $200 per week. Visit: balletartsacademy.com. Call: 838-5705

Teen Zumba, Sacajawea Middle School 401 E. 33rd Ave. Spokane. Teens (ages 13-18) will dance to Latin, hip-hop and reggaeton from July 11-Aug. 10. Cost: $54. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

MUSIC CAMPS

Summer Keyboard Explorations, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Piano students (grades 7-12) are invited to explore keyboard instruments and study classical and jazz piano, organ and improvisation from July 3-8. Cost: $325 all day camp activities, $450 all camp activities and room and board. Visit: libarts.wsu.edu/music/camp/ske. Call: (509) 335-8-3991

Cougar String Camp, WSU, Pullman, Wash. Student violinists, violists, cellists and bassists (grades 7-12) are invited to participate in orchestra, jazz improvisation, fiddling, string techniques class, music theory class, master class and chamber music from June 26-July 1. Cost: $425 residential, $300 commuter. Visit:libarts.wsu.edu/music/camp/csc/. Call: (509) 335-3898

Jazz Dialogue, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Middle school students are invited to learn jazz theory and improvisation, master class, big band and more from July 23-28. Cost: $445, includes meals and accommodations. Visit: ewu.edu/summer. Call: 359-7073

Jazz Dialogue, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. High school students are invited to learn jazz theory and improvisation, master class, big band and more from July 31-Aug. 6. Cost: $540, includes meals and accommodations. Visit: weu.edu/summer. Call: 359-7073

Coeur d’Alene Camp Chorale, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The ultimate choir camp for singers (grades 3-9) will take place from June 19-Aug. 19. Cost: $100- $389. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call: (866) 729-8372

Summer Music Camp, Covenant United Methodist Church, 15515 N. Gleneden Dr. Campers of all ages will learn how to play and jam out on the marimbas, African drums and in the choir from Aug. 8-11. Cost: $10, $25 per family. Call: 466-1768

Tiny Tot Tune Time, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Campers (ages 1-5) will learn to practice and experiment with music from May 13-June 10. Cost: $60. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Tune Tales Music, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to learn music of the world through hands on activities, music theory, games, musical stories, instruments and more. Allegros (ages 1-3) from June 22-July 13. Cost: $44. Crescendos (ages 4-6) from June 22-July 12. Cost: $48. Staccatos (ages 1-5) from June 22-July 14. Cost: $48. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Arts and Music Camp, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Campers (grades k-12) will receive instruction from Linda Smith and Judy Hafs from June 13-17. Cost: $100 -$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Piano Pre-Piano Camp, Family School of Music, 1337 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) can get ready to take piano lessons this fall and learn the musical alphabet from July 12-28. Cost: $99. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Guitar Camp Beginning, Family School of Music, 1337 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane. Students (ages 5 and older) can learn to play from July 9-30 .Cost: $99. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Music and More, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn new songs and play multiple instruments from June 13-17 and July 5-8. Cost: $25-$29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

The EWU/SYS Summer Music Camp, EWU Music Building Cheney. Youth who want to audition for the Spokane Youth Orchestra will practice from Aug. 22-25. Cost: $50. Visit: spokaneyouthsymphony.org. Call: 326-4778

Clearwater Arts Camp, 8513 Hwy. 211, Newport, Wash. Campers (grades 7-12) will learn to improve in the disciplines of vocal, band, orchestra, music composition and theory, visual arts, drama, dance and more from July 17-23. Cost: $430. Visit: campspalding.org. Call: 720-7846

ARTS AND WRITING CAMPS

Fiber Arts Camp, Paradise Fibers, 225 W. Indiana Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 12-18) will explore the creation of textiles like felting, spinning and weaving from June 20-24. Cost: $310. Visit: paradisefibers.net. Call: (888) 320-SPIN

Arouse the Artist, Spokane Falls Community College. Campers (ages 9-13) will learn to do clay sculpture, create mixed-media paintings, draw and more from July 12-16. Cost: $180. Visit: spokanefalls.edu/programs/youthcollege. Call: 533-3140

Tinman Too, 809 W. Garland Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 4-16) will learn classic fine art fundamentals, comic book illustrations, crafts and more. Visit: tinmantoo.com. Call: 325-3001

Inland NW Drawing School, Spokane Art Supply, 1303 N. Monroe St., Spokane. Kids of all ages can experience all different forms of art throughout July and Aug. Cost: $110. Visit: indrawschool.com. Call: 230-1880

Da Vinci Youth Camp, Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 6-11) will learn the art and science of Leonardo da Vinci from June 21-Aug. 19. Cost: $50-$85. Visit: northwestmuseum.org. Call: 363-5332

Da Vinci Day Camp, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Campers (grades K-12) will learn all about artists and create works of their own from June 27-July 1 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $300. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Clay and Construction, Corbin Art Center 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) can get their hands dirty in molding clay projects from June 13-17 and July 18-22. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Craft Time, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) who like to make art with their hands can participate from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Cut, Paste & Color, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will have the opportunity to cut various materials and paste to create wonderful projects from June 6-10 and June 27-July 1. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Little Picassos, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) can learn about the different techniques of painting and drawing from June 27-July 1 and July 25-29. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Making Crafts, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will make crafts based on different cultures around the world from July 25-29. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Paint Potpourri, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn different techniques with a paintbrush from July 18-22. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Young Painters, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn the fundamentals of color through the use of paint from June 13-17. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Creative Adventure Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will release their inner artist and let creativity flow from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Basic Drawing, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will draw all the basic art forms from June 20-24. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Drawing Animals, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will learn to make realistic animals from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Jewelry Making, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will work with a variety of materials to make one-of-a kind jewelry from June 20-24. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Kool Klay, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will play with clay made from different substances from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Mixed Media, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will learn different mediums of art from June 20-24. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Youth Sewing Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Youth (ages 9-13) will learn the ins-and-outs of sewing from June 20-24, July 11-15 and Aug.1-5. Cost: $119. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Da Vinci Art Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will learn to draw and paint through the help of da Vinci’s techniques from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Monet’s Inspiration Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will indulge in Monet’s inspiration while sketching scenes of nature from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Space Adventure Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will journey into space when they create their own space vehicle and creature from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Picasso’s Studio, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will explore the basics in painting, drawing and sculpture in realism and abstract art from July 18-22. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Exploring Art through History, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will combine different art mediums to learn about different moments in time from Aug. 8-12. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Crafts from Around the World, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will learn about different cultures from each continent through crafts from July 25-29. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Kites, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will make different kinds of kites from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Paint Media, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Young people (ages 6-11) can participate in this introduction to the basics of painting from June 20-24. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Clay Works Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center 507 W. 7th Ave. Children (ages 6-11) will learn the joy of working with clay from June 20-24. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org Call: 625-6200

Dinosaurs, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will make dinosaur masks and figures from June 6-10. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Tie Dye T-Shirt, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will twist and tie their way through the fascinating process of tie-dye from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-620

EDUCATIONAL CAMPS

Chinese Language Camp, Gonzaga University. Campers (grades 9-12) will take intensive Chinese language courses, do cultural activities, take Tai Chi, dance, water color and more from June 27-July 29. Cost: $215. Visit: gonzaga.edu/startalk. Call: 313-6721

Junior Engineering Summer Science Workshop, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Students (grades 11-12) who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and have completed three years of math may attend camp from July 10-22. Cost: $550. Visit: uidaho.edu/engr/jems Call: (208) 885-6479

Spokane CSI/Science Sleuth, Spokane Falls Community College. Campers (ages 9-13) will learn innovative skills and insights involved in crime scene detection from July 12-16. Cost: $110. Visit: spokanefalls.edu/programs/youthcollege Call: 533-3140

Spanish Immersion Camp, Villa Vista Language Academy, 724 E. Hastings Rd., Spokane. Students (ages 3-12) will participate in a series of four-day full-immersion language camps from June 20- July 29. Cost: $100; $50 returning student. Visit: growwithspanish.com. Call: 465-4656

Spokane Virtual Learning Summer Classes, 2900 E. First Ave. Spokane. Online summer school courses are offered to high school students who want to catch up or get ahead on credits from June 27-Aug. 12. Cost: $185 semester class, $275 non-Spokane public schools students. Visit: spokanevirtual.com. Call: 345-7545

Satori Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Campers (ages 12-18) are invited to journey towards their own personal enlightenment through specialized instruction and social activities from July 24-30. Cost: $650 resident, $550 commuter. Visit: satoricamp.org. Call: (800) 999-8363

Space Camp, Spokane Club, 1102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to explore the galaxy with trips to the Eos Planetarium, Fairchild Air Force Base and craft projects from June 20-24. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Rock Ranch, Spokane Club, 1102 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane. Campers (ages 5-12) are invited to tour the Rock Ranch Museum, learn how rocks form and dig for hidden treasures from July 11-15. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Creativity, Science and Imaginations, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Campers (ages 6-11) are invited to make creative concoctions, do silly science experiments and use their imagination to build space ships from June 20-24. Cost: $100. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Summer Youth Academy, Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center, 845 S. Sherman St., Spokane. The ten-week summer program for campers (ages 3-12) will teach students to interact in a learning environment, build self-esteem, promote diversity and cultural awareness from June 27-Aug. 31. Cost: $470 per month. Visit: mlkspokane.org. Call: 455-8722

Science Safaris, Gonzaga Prep High School, 1224 E. Euclid Ave., Spokane. Students (grades 2-9) will attend hands-on science classes that focus on tiger territory and the animals and geology of India from June 20-24, June 27-July 1 and July 5-8. Cost: $95. Call: 466-9453

Algebra for Absolute Beginners, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Students (grades k-12) will learn the skills to get ahead or catch up from July 18-22. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Lego Robotics and Physics, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Campers (grades K-12) will learn to build and create with Legos and machinery from June 27-July 1. Cost: $300. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Lower School Study Skills, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Students (grades K-12) will learn to stay focused and succeed in school from July 18-22. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

SAT Prep, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Students (grades K-12) will learn to study and do well on the test from July 25-Aug. 5. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Middle School Math, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Students will learn to do well in their upcoming coursework from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Upper School Study Skills, Saint George’s, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. High School students will learn to stay on top of their homework and succeed in academics from Aug. 23-26. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Adventures in Peacemaking, Unity Center of North Spokane, 4123 E. Lincoln Rd., Spokane. Campers (ages 4-12) will learn the principles of peace heroes, exercises in peaceful conflict resolution and skills to cultivate inner peace through crafts and more from July 25-28. Donations accepted. Call: 590-8624

Women’s Summer Science Camp, Riverpoint Campus, Spokane. Middle school-aged girls will explore biomedical and environmental science careers and use their knowledge and lab skills to solve an environmental medical mystery from June 20-24. Cost: $150. Call: 358-7635

Robot Quest Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Students (ages 9-14) will do hands-on collaborative course work and immerse themselves in the world of Lego NXT robotics from July 18-22. Cost: $125. Visit: outreach.ewu.edu/summer. Call: 359-4820

Videogame Creation Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Students (ages 10-17) will learn video game development from July 25-29. Cost: $125. Visit: outreach.ewu.edu/summer. Call: 359-4820

Early Reading and Math Literacy, Broadway Elementary, 11016 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Students (grades 1-5) in need of additional skill and strategy development in reading and math will learn from June 27-July 27. Cost: $150. Call: 228-4100

Intermediate Literacy and Math, Broadway Elementary, 11016 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Students (grades 3-5) will learn fluency, comprehension, critical thinking and more from June 27-July 27. Cost: $150. Call: 228-4100

Reading/Writing/Math, Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Rd., Spokane Valley. Students (grades 6-8) will learn to build fluency, comprehension and writing skills from June 27-July 27. Cost: $75. Call: 228-5100

Prehistoric Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will dive into the study of paleontology from July 18-22. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Zoology Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will use their minds to travel around the world and learn about different animals from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Pharaoh’s Tomb Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will explore the fascinating life of ancient Egypt and the construction of the pyramids from June 27-July 1. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Pacific Northwest Totem Pole Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Children (ages 6-11) will learn the history of the totem pole and the meaning behind the animals carved into the wood from July 18-22. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-620

Earth Science Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will learn all about nature from June 20-24. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Creative Kids Science Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 6-11) will do fun experiments to break down the scientific process from June 27-July 1. Cost: $107. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Insect World, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn about insects in their natural habitat from June 13-17. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Jungle Safari, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Youth (ages 3-5) will learn all about the different animals that live in the jungle from July 11-15. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Planets & Stars, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn about astronomy with the help of art from June 20-24 or July 11-15. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Sea Creatures, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will use art to explore the life of underwater animals from June 6-10 and July 5-8. Cost: $29-$25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Amazon Adventure Half-Day Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (age 6-11) will learn about the animals of the Amazon from July 5-8. Cost: $45. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Science & Nature Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn about the world around them with experiments from June 20-24. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Prehistoric Adventure Camp, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) can learn about dinosaurs and other creatures from the prehistoric period from July 25-29. Cost: $52. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Animal Wildlife, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn how animals live in their natural habitat from July 18-22. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Bugs, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will learn all about creepy, crawly bugs through nature walks and fun projects from June 20-24 and July 11-15. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Creative Scientists, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will participate in science and simple experiments from July 5-8. Cost: $25. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Fun from A-Z, Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., Spokane. Kids (ages 3-5) will make fun alphabet-based art projects from July11-15. Cost: $29. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

“Space is the Place” Camp 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Kids (ages 6-12) will learn about the solar system while defying gravity from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $119. Call: 533-9646

SPECIAL-NEEDS CAMPS

Camp Fun in the Sun, 22787 N. Twinlow Rd, Rathdrum, Idaho. This camp is for children living with diabetes and is nationally recognized by the American Camping Association.Campers (ages 8-18) will have fun while learning to live with diabetes and balance their daily activities from July 25-31. Cost: $325. Visit: campfuninthesun.org. Call: 232-8145

Camp No Limits, Camp Cross, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Camper of all ages with congenital limb deficiencies or traumatic limb loss can learn amputee education, skill development, learn to use prosthetic equipment, play sports and more from July 27-30. Cost: $350. Visit: nolimitsfoundation.org. Call: (207) 240-5762

Camp Chmepa, Camp Lutherhaven, 3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Hospice of Spokane hosts events for campers (ages 7-15) who have recently lost a loved one from July 29-31. Free. Visit: hospiceofspokane.org, Call: 456-0438

Camp Discovery, Camp Killoqua, Crabapple Lake, Stanwood, Wash. Campers (ages 7-17) with epilepsy and their siblings are invited to hike, swim, do arts and crafts, archery, boating and more from Aug. 21-24. Cost: 125 siblings, free for children with epilepsy. Visit: epilepsynw.org. Call: 25-1128

Camp Eyabsut, Camp Waskowitz, 45505 SE 150 St., North Bend, Wash. Burn survivors (ages 7-17) are invited to swim, hike, kayak, golf and more will full-time medical staff from July 17-23. This camp is hosted by the Northwest Burn Foundation. Free, transportation provided. Visit: nwburn.org. Call: (207) 789-6838.

Funshine Day Camp, Spokane Parks and Recreation. Campers (ages 6-21) with developmental or physical disabilities are invited to play sports, games, music, take field trips, do arts and crafts and more in six-week sessions from June 20-Aug. 5. Cost: $129. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6245

Camp Stix, 581 Bear Paw Dr., Newport, Wash. Campers (ages 8-18) with diabetes are invited to learn about their disease while playing capture the flag, sports, and enjoying outdoor recreation from July 10-July 16. Cost: $250. Visit: campstix.org. Call: 484-1366

Champ Camp, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Campers with special needs who require one-on-one or extra attention can enjoy summer activities from June 26-29. Cost: $225-$300. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call: (866) 729-8372

Bonus Champ Camp, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Special needs campers (ages 8-25) are invited to enjoy summer activities from July 17-20, July 24-27, July 21-Aug. 3, Aug. 7-12 and Aug. 14-17. Cost: $315-$225. Visit: lutherhaven.com. Call: (866) 729-8372

Camp Sweyolakan: Let’s All Play, Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Special-needs campers (ages 6-25) are invited to try new activities and gain self-esteem in the outdoors from July 1-Aug. 19. Cost: $430-$745. Visit: campfirenc.org. Call: 747-619 ext. 10

Camp Dart-Lo: Let’s All Play, along the Little Spokane River. Special needs campers (ages 5-21) are invited to build skills while enjoying the outdoors from June 20-Aug. 26. Cost: $220-$390. Visit: campfirenc.org. Call: 747-619 ext. 10

Beats and Rhythms Camp, Camp Gifford on Deer Lake. Campers (ages 10-18) with congenital heart disease are invited to experience traditional summer camp activities from July 15-17. Cost: $50. Call: (208) 699-1909

MULTI-SPORTS CAMPS

NBC Camps, Whitworth University. Athletes (ages 9-18) and families are invited to receive training in basketball, soccer and volleyball from July 18-Aug. 7. Cost: $385-$490. Visit: nbccamps.com. Call: (800) 406-3926

Skyhawks Sports Camps, various locations. Skyhawks sponsor sports camps across the Inland Northwest for campers (ages 4-14). Camps include soccer, baseball, football, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, golf, volleyball, track and field, cheerleading and more. Cost: $110-$130. Visit skyhawks.com. Call: 466-6590

Skyhawks Sports Camps, various locations. Skyhawks sponsor sports camps across the Inland Northwest for campers (ages 4-14). Camps include soccer, baseball, football, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, golf, volleyball, track and field, cheerleading and more. Cost: $110-$130. Visit skyhawks.com. Call: 466-6590

Skyhawks Extreme Sports Day Camp, Dwight Merkel Sports Complex, 5701 N. Assembly Rd., Spokane. Athletes (ages 6-12) will learn the basics of all classic sports with the addition of BMX biking and skateboarding from July 11-15 and July 18-22. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Summer Camp, various locations throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 4-7) will explore soccer, baseball and basketball from June 20-24, June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, Aug. 1-5, Aug. 8-12 and Aug 15-19. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Let’s Get Physical, Spokane Club. Athletes (ages 5-12) are invited to play games, do obstacle courses, play team sports and take trips to Sky High Spokane trampolines from June 27-July 1. Cost: $40 day, $180 week members, $45 day, $210 week nonmembers. Visit: spokaneathleticclub.org. Call: 459-4571 ext. 515

Little Sports Camp, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 4-7) are invited to learn soccer, tee ball and basketball from July 11-14. Cost: $65. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Lower School Adventure Camp, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Elementary school students will get physical with games, sports and fun activities from June 13-17. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Middle School Adventure Camp, Saint George’s School, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Middle-school students will get physical with games, sports and fun activities from Aug. 15-19. Cost: $100-$450. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Saint George’s School Athletics, 2929 W. Waikiki Rd., Spokane. Basketball, fast pitch softball, boys and girls basketball will be offered to athletes (grades kindergarten-5) from June 13-17. Baseball from June 20-23, volleyball from May 31-June 3, soccer to be announced. Visit: sgs.org. Call: 466-1636

Jackson Sports Academy, Centennial Middle School, 915 N. Ella Rd., Spokane Valley. The nonprofit sports camp will challenge and equip athletes (ages 6-14) to become leaders in their community through multi-sports and mentorship from June 20-Aug. 18. Cost: $75 per week on a sliding scale. Visit: jacksonsports.org. Call: 217-3839

TENNIS CAMPS

Tennis Camps, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 4-18) are invited to receive lessons and take part in tournament play from June 20-Aug. 18. Peewees (ages 4-7) Cost: $40. Beginner/Intermediate (ages 8-12) Cost: $120. Advanced (ages 13-18) Cost: $120. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Tennis Summer Camps, various locations throughout Spokane. Beginner to intermediate athletes (ages 11-12) will learn proper grips, strokes and techniques from June 20-Aug. 19. Cost: $59. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Advanced Tennis, various locations throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 13-18) will fine-tune their skills with challenging drills and competitive play from June 20-Aug. 18. Cost: $59. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Skyhawks Tennis Camp, Mt. Spokane High School, 6015 E. Mount Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Athletes (ages 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of tennis through games and exercises from July 11-15. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Girls Tennis Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of the game from July 11-15. Cost: $40. Call: 435-8733

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Boys and girls (grades 3-8) will learn the fundamentals of tennis from June 20-24. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7204

Summer Tennis Camp, Spokane Racquet Club, 1903 Dearborn St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 4-18) will learn the fundaments of the game through tournament play. See website for details. Cost: $120 and more. Visit: spokaneracquetclub.com. Call: 535-1239

GYMNASTICS CAMPS

Preschool Gymnastics Camp, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 3-5) can learn the basics of gymnastics from July 11-15 and Aug. 29-Sept. 2. Cost: $119 half-day, $219 full-day. Call: 533-9646

Extreme Gymnastics, Parkour and Break Dance Camp, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 6-12) will twist and flip as they learn the fundamentals of tumbling from July 18-22 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $119. Call: 533-9646

Team Training Camp, Gymnastics League/Rec Op/USAG Teams, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Any experienced gymnast looking for a week of intensive training can do so from July 25-29. Cost: $139. Call: 533-9646

Spokane Gymnastics, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 3-12) will learn the fundamentals of gymnastics by utilizing equipment such as an inflatable castle from June 27-July 1. Cost: $95 half-day, $160 full-day. Call: 533-9646

Gymnastics Fun Camp, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 6-12) will learn new gymnastic skills within groups of similar skill levels from July 11-15 and Aug. 29-Sept. 2. Cost: $119 half-day, $219 full-day. Call: 533-9646

Gymnastics Camp, Mountain View Gymnastics, 1100 S. Garfield Suite B, Airway Heights, Wash. Athletes (ages 5 and older) will discover gymnastics through crafts, flips and more from July 11-15 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $110. Visit: mountainviewgymnastics.com. Call: 244-7064

Gymnastics Fun Camps, Spokane Gymnastics Gym, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 6-12) will participate in games to help learn the fundamentals of gymnastics from July 11-15 and Aug. 29-Sept. 2. Cost: $119. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Homeschool Gymnastics, Spokane Gymnastics Gym 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. All ages are welcome to work with individuals from various homeschool organizations to learn gymnastics from May 3-July 21 and May 4-June 22. Cost: $100. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Gymnastics Introduction, Spokane Gymnastics Gym, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 5-8) will focus on a progression of skills spanning all the events of gymnastics from May 3-June 21 and May 5-June 23. Cost: $100. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Gymnastics Parkour, Spokane Gymnastics Gym, 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (10-18) will learn to overcome any obstacle by adapting one’s movements to the environment from May 5-June 24. Cost: $100. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Preschool Gymnastics, Spokane Gymnastics Gym 5615 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley. Athletes (ages 3 -4) will learn the fundamentals of gymnastics from May 4-June 22 and May 5-June 23. Cost: $90. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Gymnastics, Mead High School, 302 W Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 1-12) can participate in the fundamentals of gymnastics and improve basic skills from June 20-24. Cost: $45 beginners, $60 advanced and $25 for returning high school and incoming students. Call: 465-7002

SOCCER CAMPS

Soccer Camps, Liberty Lake Pavilion Park, 727 N. Molter Rd., Liberty Lake, Wash. Athletes (ages 5-11) will learn basic soccer skills from Aug. 1-5. Cost: $65. Call: 710-8770

Soccer Tots, various locations throughout Spokane and Spokane Valley. Athletes will learn basic soccer curriculum, motor skills and more. Cost: $120. Koalas (age 3) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 26-Aug. 27. Cubs (ages 3-4) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 25-Aug. 27. Cubs II (age 4) June 23 and Aug. 25. Pandas (ages 4) June 25-Aug. 27. Bears (ages 5-6) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 23-Aug. 25. Grizzlies (ages 5-6) June 22-Aug. 24. Visit: soccertots.net. Call: 979-9920

Girls Soccer, Mead High School, 302 W Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 9-12) will learn the basics of soccer from July 25-29. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7002

Boys Soccer, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 5-8) will emphasize footwork while learning basic fundamentals from June 20-24. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7002

UK Elite Soccer, Dwight Merkel Sports Complex, 5901 N. Assembly. Athletes (ages 5-14) will receive professional training to improve their techniques, tactical skills and development from July 25-29. Cost: $125-$190. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Skyhawks Soccer Camp, various locations throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 7-12) will perform drills, scrimmages and more from June 27-Aug. 12. Cost: $130. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Soccer Camps, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 2-6) will learn basic skills from June 6-10 and advanced soccer lessons (grades 6-8) will practice from June 13-17. Cost: $50-$60. Call: 235-6347

High School Residential Camp, Gonzaga University. Athletes (grades 9-12) will scrimmage and learn new soccer skills from June 9-12. Cost: $485 overnight, $445 commuter. Visit: gonzagasocceracademy.com. Call: 313-4042

Girls Skills Day Camp, Gonzaga University. Athletes (ages 5-12) will learn the fundamentals of soccer from June 27-30. Cost: $150. Visit: gonzagasocceracademy.com. Call: 313-4042

High School/Club Team Camp, Gonzaga University. Girls (grades 9-12) will scrimmage and learn new soccer skills from June 17-19. Cost: $125. Visit: gonzagasocceracademy.com. Call: 313-4042

Pirate Soccer Camps, Whitworth University. Girls and boys (ages 6-9) will learn the fundamentals of the game from June 22-24 and athletes (ages 10 and older) will practice from June 27-29. Cost: $90. Visit: whitworth.edu/athletics. Call: 777-4385

Spokane Soccer Academy, various locations throughout Spokane. Boys and girls (ages 9-19) will learn foot skills, goalkeeping, striking, teamwork and more from June 21-24, July 11-14 and Aug. 1-4. Cost: $106-$271. Visit: spokanesocceracademy.com. Call: 879-7999

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Boys and girls (grades 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of soccer from June 6-10. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7204

High School Elite Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Soccer-experienced youth (grades 9-12) will focus on the technical, tactical, physical and psychological demands of the game from July 18-21. Cost: $400 residential, $300 non-residential. Call: 359-7949

Goalkeeper Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (middle to high school) will learn the essentials to be a great soccer goalkeeper from July 11-15. Cost: $90. Call: 359-6045

FOOTBALL CAMPS

Football, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 10-12) will learn the fundamentals of the game from May 31-June 3 and June 20-24. Cost: $275. Call: 465-7002

Freshmen Football, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grade 9) will learn the in and outs of football on June 9, 13, 14, 16-18 and June 20-23. Cost: $175. Call: 465-7002

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Students will learn the basics of football. Athletes (grades 5-8) from July 25-29. Cost: $30. Athletes (grades 10-12) from June 22-23.Cost: $40. Athletes (grades 9-12) from July 25-29. Cost: $40. Call: 465-7204

Eastern Football, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. High school athletes will learn the fundamentals of the game as an individual or in a team from June 15-18 and June 22-25. Cost: $285 team player; $300 individual player; $100 single-day individual; $75 single-day non-resident; $210 individual commuter. Visit: ewufootballcamps.com. Call: 359-6873

Football Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 9-12) will learn the fundamentals of the game from May 31-June 3. Cost: $25. Call: 559-4039

VOLLEYBALL CAMPS

Volleyball, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes will learn basic skills, and play mini-tournaments and games from July 25-28. Cost: $60 (grades 9-12) and $50 (grades 3-8) Call: 465-7002

Skyhawks Volleyball Camp, various schools throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 8-12) will learn all aspects of the game through a series of drills, exercises and games from June 27-July 29. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Volleyball Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 1-12) will lern the fundamentals of the game from July 25-28. Cost: $40-$45. Call: 953-1513

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Athletes will learn the fundamentals of volleyball. Girls (grades 4-6) from June 20-24. Cost: $50. Girls (grades 7-12) from July 25-29. Cost: $60. Call: 465-7204

Eagles Volleyball Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Females (ages 12-18) will be immersed in the game from July 11-13. Teen Camp from July 18-20. Cost: $220 per day; $320 per residential camper. Visit: ewucamps.com. Call: 359-2463

NBC Volleyball Camp, Whitworth University, , 300 W. Hawthorne Rd. Athletes will learn the fundamentals of the game, improve team play and more. Complete Player (ages 11-18) from July22-26. Cost: $490 overnight, $440 extended day. Volleyball Power Camp (ages 14-18) from July 29-31. Cost: $314 overnight. Individual Basic Skills (ages 8-12) from July 29-31. Cost: $150. Visit: nbccamps.com Call: 467-6289

BASEBALL CAMPS

Lil Sluggers, various locations throughout Spokane and Spokane Valley. Athletes will be introduced to the game of baseball and learn basic skills such as throwing, catching, hitting, base running and more. Cost: $130. Minors (age 3) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 23-Aug. 25. Majors (age 4) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 23-Aug. 25. Hall of Fame (age 5) June 22-Aug. 24 and June 23-Aug. 25. Visit: lilsluggersbaseball.com. (631) 754-2257

Skyhawks Baseball Summer Camp, Hamblen Elementary School and Shadle Park Fields. Athletes (ages 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of baseball from June 27-July 1 and Aug. 1-5. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Softball Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 1-8) will practice fundamentals of the game from June 27-30. Cost: $40. Call: 951-2383

Zags Baseball Camps, Gonzaga University. Athletes will learn the fundamentals of baseball. Pups Camp (ages 4-6) from June 27-29. Cost: $95. Lil Zags Camp (ages 7-10) from June 27-29. Cost: $225. Team Camp (high school and travel teams) from July 14-17. Cost: $1,000. Big Dogs Camp (ages 11-14) from July 25-27. Cost: $225. Prospect Camp (2011-2015 graduates) from Aug. 5-7. Cost: $295. Visit: zagsbaseballcamps.com. Call: 313-3597

BASKETBALL CAMPS

Boys Basketball, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 4-12) will learn the fundamentals of basketball from June 13-16. Cost: $75. Call: 465-7002

Girls Basketball, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 4-12) will learn offense and defense through daily competitions from June 20-23. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7002

Skyhawks Basketball Summer Camp, various locations throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of basketball by shooting, dribbling and passing from June 20-24, June 27-July 1, July 18-22 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $130. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Boys Basketball Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 8-12) will practice from June 6-10 and athletes (grades 1-7) will practice from June 20-24. Cost: $25-$45. Call: 559-4110

St. Stephen's Basketball Camp, 5720 S. Perry St., Spokane. Boys and girls (ages 5-12) will learn the fundamentals of basketball through hands-on experience from June 20-23. Cost: $55-$70. Call: 448-2255

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Girls (grades 3-6) basketball from June 20-23. Cost: $40. Girls (grades 10-12) basketball from May 31-June 2. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7204

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Boys (grades 3-9) basketball from June 20-24. Cost: $50. Boys (grades 10-12) basketball from May 31-June 2 and June 3-9. Cost: $60. Call: 465-7204

Little Eagle Basketball Camp, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash. Girls (ages 5-12) will learn to improve their shooting, dribbling, ball handling, passing, defensive skills and more from July 25-29. Cost: $80. Visit: ewucamps.com. Call: 359-7382

Camp Classic Tournaments, Hub Sports Center, 19619 E. Cataldo Ave., Liberty Lake, Wash. Twenty-four boys and 16 girls basketball teams are invited to play in weekly tournaments. Seven games guaranteed each tournament. From June 30-July 30. Cost: $425 per team. Call: 869-4694

HoopsterTots, Edgecliff Park, Spokane Valley. The child-development program will engage athletes through physical fitness in a non-competitive environment. Cost: $120. Froggies (age 3) June 25-Aug. 27. Rabbits (age 4) June 25-Aug. 27. Visit: hoopstertot.com. Call: 534-5437

Hoop It Up, Northeast Youth Center, 3004 E. Queen St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 8-12) are invited to learn the secrets of playing in 3-on-3 basketball tournaments from May 2-23. Cost: $47. Visit: spokaneneyc.org. Call: 482-0708

Girls Basketball, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 1-12) will practice from June 20-24. Cost: $45. Call: 559-4025

NBC Basketball Camp, Whitworth University, 300 W. Hawthorne Rd. Athletes will learn the fundamentals of the game while focusing on offensive, defense, team play and more. Girls High School Basketball Team Camp from July 18-22. Cost: $385 overnight. Advanced Offensive Skills Camp from July 18-22. Cost: $385 overnight. Complete Player Camp (ages 8-12) from July 18-22. Cost: $490 overnight. Complete Player Camp (ages 9-18) from July 25-29. Cost: $490-$440. Complete Player Camp (ages 9-18) from July 31-Aug. 4. Cost: $490-$440. Family Hoop Camp from Aug. 5-7. Cost: $310. Guard and Post Camp (ages 12-18) from Aug. 5-7. Cost; $300 overnight. NBC Camps also available at Upper Columbia Academy in Spangle, Wash., and at North Idaho College. Visit: nbccamps.com Call: 466-4690

OTHER SPORTS CAMPS

Youth Horsemanship Camp, 1413 Upper Gold Creek, Sandpoint, Idaho. Athletes (ages 10-16) will gain hands-on experience with horses including wagon rides, horse shows and riding lessons from June 19-23, June 26-30, July 10-14, July 17-21, July 24-28 and July 31-Aug. 1.Cost: $680. Visit: westernpleasureranch.com. Call: (208) 263-9066

Summer Dodgeball League, Riverfront Park, Spokane. Teams of 6-10 players are encouraged to play best-of-five matches from June 22-Aug. 10. Cost: $195 per team. Visit: centerplacespokanevalley.com. Call: 688-0300

Speed & Agility Camp, Gonzaga University. These camps are designed to improve athleticism using foundational movement patterns and more. Athletes (ages 8-12) from July 11-13 and Aug. 1-3. Athletes (ages 13-17) from July 18-20 and Aug. 8-10. Cost: $99. Visit: udistrictpt.com. Call: 458-7686

Aquatics, various Spokane pools. Athletes (ages 10-13) will learn how to swim like a champ, play games, learn safety readiness and life guard training during a two-week program. Swimming the length of the pool (25 yards) is required. Cost: $60. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Bicycling, Camp Sekani 6707 E, Upriver Dr., Spokane. Campers (ages 7-12) will get their daily exercise by biking along scenic routes from July 5-8 and Aug. 8-12. Cost: $139-$169. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Badminton Summer Camp, Sacajawea Middle School, 401 E. 33rde Ave., Spokane. Athletes (ages 8-15) will learn the fundamentals of the competitive sport of badminton from June 20-24. Cost: $120. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Climbing and Ropes Course, Camp Sekani 6707 E. Upriver Dr. Athletes (ages 7-12) will learn the fundamentals of rock climbing with safety ropes from July 18-22 and Aug. 22-26. Cost: $199. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Weightlifting, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades 7-12) will lift from June 20-July 30. Cost: $50. Call: 559-4028

Spokane Racquet Club, 1903 Dearborn St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 4-18) will learn the fundaments of the game from June 20-30, July 5-14, July 18-28 and Aug. 1-11. Cost: $120 and more. Visit: spokaneracquetclub.com. Call: 535-1239

Swim Lessons, Spokane Racquet Club, 1903 Dearborn St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 4-18) will learn the basics of water safety and learn to develop their strokes throughout the summer. See website for details. Cost: $120 and more. Visit: Visit: spokaneracquetclub.com. Call: 535-1239

Capture The Flag, Dwight Merkel Sports Complex, 5701 N. Assembly St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 7-12) will play games from June 27-July 1 and July 25-29. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6246

Flag Football, Dwight Merkel Sports Complex, 5701 N. Assembly St., Spokane. Athletes (ages 7-12) will play games from July 11-15 and July 18-22. Cost: $130. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6246

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Athletes (grades 9-12) will learn to improve overall strength, balance, coordination, speed and stability during a six-week program from July 5-Aug. 11. Cost: $100. Call: 465-7204

Wrestling, Mead High School, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Mead, Wash. Boys (grades 1-12) have the opportunity to learn the techniques of wrestling and garner the right mental attitude on June 5 and June 6-9. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7002

Wrestling Camp, Cheney High School, Cheney, Wash. Athletes (grades K-12) will learn the fundamentals from June 7-June 9. Cost: $25. Call: 559-4225

Mt. Spokane Wildcats Summer Camps, 60115 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, Wash. Boys (grades 1-12) will learn the basics of wrestling from June 6-9. Cost: $50. Call: 465-7204

Skyhawks Beginning Golf Summer Camp, Lincoln Park and Franklin Park, Spokane. Athletes (ages 5-8) will learn the fundamentals of the game from June 20-24 and June 27-July1. Cost: $120. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6200

Beginning Golf, various locations throughout Spokane. Athletes (ages 5-8) will learn basic skills from June 20-24, June 27-July 1 and July 18-22. Cost: $110. Visit: spokaneparks.org. Call: 625-6246

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