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Counselor in Training Sessions | Teens learn skills for working with children in a day-camp setting, as well as first aid and CPR certification. Ages 13-17. May 14, 21. $28 and June 4 and 7, times vary. Must attend all sessions; counselor shadowing also required. $85. 720-5408

SuperFit Week | Camp offering a varietyphysically-challenging activities including yoga, swimming, Zumba, martial arts and more. June 9-13. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Fun With Fleece | A week of sewing projects with fleece, including a hoodie, hats and other crafts. Grades 3-6. June 16-20 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Prehistoric Adventure Camp | Campers learn about prehistoric dinosaurs, reptiles, fish, amphibians, birds and plant life projects. Ages 3-5. June 16-20 from 12:30-3 pm. $60. 625-6200

Sports Around the World | Campers play traditional sports games and learn new sports including rugby, lacrosse, cricket and hockey. June 23-27. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Taste of India | Explore the culture of India through music, movement, folk tales, food and more. Ages 3-8. June 16-20 from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Volcano Eruptions | Kids can learn how to make their own erupting volcano using everyday cooking ingredients. Grades 4 and up. June 16-25, days offered vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Twin Eagles Preschool Wilderness | Camp for young children to teach appreciation and understanding for nature, through activities and games. Ages 3-6. June 16-20 (Sandpoint) and June 23-27 (Spokane) from 9 am-1 pm. $165. 208-265-3685

Twin Eagles Wilderness Day Camp | Day camp teaching outdoor skills including shelter building, making a fire, wild edible plants, animal tracking, obtaining water and more. Ages 6-13. June 16-20 (Sandpoint) and July 7-11 (Spokane) from 9 am-3 pm. $245. 208-265-3685

Pirate Adventures | Pirate-themed activities include looking for lost treasure, mapmaking, boat building and more. Grades K-2. June 16-20 from 9 am-noon (grades K-2) and July 14-18 from 12:30-3:30 pm (grades 2-5). $175. 464-8815

Riverfront Park Camp | Campers spend each day exploring the amenities and features of the park, and cost includes a summer pass to the park. Grades 1-6. Offered June 16-20 and July 28-Aug. 1 from 9 am-3 pm. $175. 326-6595

Summer Park Program | Spokane Valley Parks & Rec staff are onsite at local parks to lead games, arts and crafts and other activities, with free meals provided to children 18 years and under. Offered June 16-Aug. 14, Mon-Thu, times vary. At Greenacres, Terrace View and Valley Mission parks. (Note: this program is not a structured drop-off camp program.) Free. 688-0300

St. George’s Adventure Camp | Day camp focusing on outdoor activities including hiking, rock climbing, geocaching, kayaking and more. June 16-20 from 9 am-noon (grades 3-5) and Aug. 11-15 from 12:30-4 pm (grades 6-8). $150. 464-8815

Chill Summer Camp | Day camp hosted by Liberty Lake Parks & Rec, offering activities, crafts, sports, swimming, games, field trips and more. Ages 5-11. June 16-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 7:45 am-5:15 pm. $125/week, $1,200/all summer. 755-6726

Discovery Camp | Campers swim, rock climb, play games, watch movies and go on field trips. Ages 6-10. Weekly sessions June 16-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 9 am-3:30 pm. Single-day ($44) and extended care until 5:30 pm (+$10/day; +$40/week). $150/week. 208-763-0618

Pee Wee Camp | A half-day camp with weekly themes, offering swimming (including lessons), cooking, arts and crafts and more. Ages 4-5. Weekly sessions offered June 16-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 9 am-1 pm. $100/week. 208-763-0618

Spokane Valley Summer Day Camp | Weekly themed day camps offer outdoor activities and field trips, games, crafts and more. Breakfast and lunch served each day (except during field trips). Ages 6-11. June 16-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 9 am-5 pm. Extended hours from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. $32/day, $62/two days, $92/three days or $115/week. 688-0300

The Great Northwest Summer Day Camp | Campers play games and sports, make arts and crafts and go on field trips. Grades 1-12. June 16-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri, from 9 am-6 pm. Offered at all three Boys & Girls Club of Spokane County locations (Mead, Northtown and East Central). Sunrise program includes breakfast, lunch and a snack, from 7 am-6 pm ($15+/week). $15-$30/week. 489-0741

Airway Heights Summer Adventure Program | Day camps offer swimming, hiking, movies, games, arts and crafts, tours and more. Ages 8-13. Weekly sessions offered June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. $90/week. 244-4845

Camp Alottafun | Northeast Youth Center’s summer day camp offers recreational activities, crafts, swimming at local pools and a USDA-approved breakfast and lunch. Ages 5-12. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 8:30-5 pm. Extended hours offered from 6:30 am-6 pm. $119/week; +$15 extended hours. 482-0708

Early Learners Academy | The Northeast Youth Center hosts a summer day camp for preschool-age children, with learning-based activities and programming, field trips, USDA-approved snacks/meals and more. Ages 3-5. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 8:30 am-5 pm. $119/week. 482-0708

Green Gables Explorers’ Camp | Activity day camps are offered through the summer, Mon-Fri, from 7 am-5:30 pm. Each week of camp takes on a different theme, from “Animal Planet” to “CSI Science” and include local field trips, arts and crafts, parades, science experiments, cooking and more. Open to children in preschool through 6th grade. $164/week. 455-6110 or 466-3473

Summer Fun Camp | Children take field trips, make arts and crafts, cook, play sports, participate in themed days and more. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm; part-time schedules available. Ages 2½-10. 327-8964

West Central Summer Recreation | The West Central Community Center’s summer day camp program offeres structured, supervised activities including weekly field trips, arts and crafts, swimming, sports and more. Meals and snacks provided. Ages 5-12. Offered for an average of 10 weeks, Mon-Fri, during Spokane School’s summer break. Preregistration required on a first come, first serve basis. Based on income. 326-9540

YMCA Explorers Club | Summer day camp for young children, offering swimming, weekly field trips and focusing on social skills, reading, writing and more. Grades K-1. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $167-$177/week. 777-9622

YMCA Fun Clubs | Day campers participate in age-appropriate activities including weekly field trips, creative projects, learning activities and more. Grades 1-4. June 16-29, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $167-$177/week. 777-9622

YMCA Summer Fever Camp | A camp for pre-teens, offering day trips, hicking, team building and other outdoor activities. Grades 5-6. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $167-$177/week. 777-9622

YMCA Triangle Club | Teen campers take day trips to local lakes, make arts and crafts and more, including two overnight campouts. Ages 7-8. June 16-Aug. 29, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $167-$177/week. 777-9622

Cake Decorating | Learn how to make flowers, borders and use homemade fondant to decorate cakes for all occasions. Grades 6-12. June 17-20 from 9 am-noon. $75. 464-8815

St. Aloysius Day Camp | Campers go on educational field trips, make arts and crafts, visit parks, play games and more. Ages 2½-12. June 18-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $25-$35 registration fee; hourly rate of $4.55 per child, plus cost of field trips. 489-7825

Animal Explorers | Week-long nature adventure class, with visits to Cat Tales, Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, Spokane Humane Society and more. June 23-27, Mon-Fri from 9 am-4:30 pm. Ages 7-13. $137. 482-0708

Dr. Seuss Adventure Camp | Explore art, the alphabet and the universe through crafts and activities inspired by Dr. Seuss stories. Ages 3-5. June 23-27 from 9-11:30 am. $60. 625-6200

Mini Cougar Week | Campers get a chance to experience college life without the tests. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Youth Adventure Camp | Spend five days exploring North Idaho by rock climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, white-water rafting, sailing, hiking and more. Ages 12-16. June 23-27. $250. 208-769-7809

Nature Ninjas Day Camp | Day camp teaching outdoor skills including natural camouflage, stealth, sensory awareness and more. Ages 6-13. June 23-27 (Spokane) and June 30-July 4 (Sandpoint) from 9 am-3 pm. $245. 208-265-3685

All Adventure Camp | Spend a week outdoors hiking, biking, kayaking and learning outdoor survival skills. Ages 8-11. Weekly sessions offered June 23-27, July 14-18 and Aug. 11-15 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. $219/week. 625-6200

Teen Outdoor Adventure | Activities include challenge course team building, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, day hikes and environmental education. Ages 12-15. At Riverside State Park Bowl & Pitcher. Week-long camps offered June 23-Aug. 15, 8:30 am-4:30 pm. $219/week. 625-6200

The Everyday Scientist | West Valley Outdoor Learning Center leads one-day, hands-on science workshops, teaching science experiments kids can do safely at home. Grades K-5. June 24-27, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Summer Lego Club | Offering open building sessions weekly, open to all ages (kids under 6 should be accompanied by an adult). June 24-Aug. 26, Tues from 6-8 pm (North Spokane) and June 23-Aug. 4, Mon from 6-8 pm (Spokane Valley).

Build It: Straws, Blocks, Planks | Drop-in building and exploration with a variety of building material for architectural exploration. Grades K-5. Jun. $30 (North Spokane) and July 1 (Spokane Valley) from 2-8 pm. Free.

Build It: Legos | The library’s Lego collection is available for kids to build whatever they can think of. Grades K-5. June 30-July 3, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Let’s Explore | Campers explore the city’s splash pads, pools, parks, playgrounds and more. Grades K-6. June 30-July 3 from 9 am-3 pm. $125. 326-6595

Red White and Blue Week | Celebrate the birth of our nation, spend time in the pool and visit with firefighters and the WSU ROTC. June 30-July 3 (no camp Fri, July 4). Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day (fee is discounted). 335-8732

Woodland Archers Day Camp | Traditional archery day camp teaching skills and bow education, including safety skills and target accuracy. Ages 8-14. June 30-July 4 (Spokane) and July 7-11 (Sandpoint). $245. 208-265-3685

Adventure Camp Plus | Activities include hiking, rock climbing, ropes courses, overnight camping trips to Priest Lake and more. Ages 11-13. June 30-July 3, July 7-11, July 21-25 and Aug. 18-22, from 9 am-3:30 pm. $175/week. 208-763-0618

Treasure Hunt | Children participate in a different treasure hunt each day in the park, at the school and other locations, making treasure maps and hand-painted chests. Ages 3-8. Offered June 30-July 4 and Aug. 18-22 from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

A Bug’s World | Learn about bugs through literature, art projects and by becoming a garden detective. Ages 3-5. July 7-11 from 9-11:30 am. $60. 625-6677

Build Your Future Week | This camp focuses on personal growth through challenges and team-building exercises. July 7-11. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Cooking and Baking | Kids learn nutrition basics and prepare themed lunches and more. Grades K-6. July 7-11 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Fairies and Elves | Explore the natural world by creating fairy houses and playing other imaginative games. Ages 3-8. July 7-11 from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Magician Cecil Lewis | “Fizz, Boom, Read” performs a showcase of science and magic. Grades K-5. July 7-11, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Neverland Adventure Camp | Take an imaginary journey to Neverland with activities including a treasure hunt. Ages 3-5. July 7-11 or Aug. 4-8 from 12:30-3 pm. $60. 625-6677

Tales of the Cryptids | Author Kelly Millner Halls shares her research on popular legend creatures, like Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and more, giving kids the option to debunk or believe. Grades 4 and up. July 7-17, days vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Primitive Wilderness Skills Camp | A camp focusing on outdoor skills and ecology education of the Little Spokane River Corridor, offering team-building activities and wilderness skills. Grades 5-7. Offered July 7-11 and July 21-25 from 9 am-3:30 pm. $160. 340-1028

Camp Dart-Lo PALS | In the Program Aides in Learning, older campers build leadership skills through outdoor play, service learning and team building. Grades 6-9. July 7-18 or July 21-Aug. 1 (Mon-Fri). $225. 747-6191 x10

Leadership Camp | This Future Leaders camp seeks to empower youth and offers courses with local business leaders, field trips and team activities. Ages 9-15. Offered July 7-11 and Aug. 4-8, Mon-Fri from 9 am-5 pm. $137/week. 482-0708

Camp Dart-Lo | Day camp on the Little Spokane river offering archery, leadership, outdoor activities and more. Preschool-Grade 12. July 7-Aug. 15, Mon-Fri from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Transportation available. Special needs sessions offered July 21-25 and July 28-Aug. 1. $225/week or $300/two weeks. 747-6191 x10

Camp Dart-Lo Camper Buddy | Graduates of the PALs program can register to be Counselor’s Assistants or Camp Buddies, getting hands-on experience working with young campers or with a special needs camper. July 7-Aug. 15. Grades 8 and up. Application process required. $25. 747-6191 x10

Schweitzer Adventure Camp | Outdoor adventure camp offering hiking, rock wall climbing, chairlift rides, games, swimming and more. Ages 6-11. Weekly sessions offered July 7-Aug. 15. $165/week. 208-255-3081

Squishy Circuits | Kids can create their own blinking, buzzing creatures and sculptures while learning about electrical circuits and conductivity. Grades 4 and up. July 7-Aug. 15, days vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

YMCA Specialty Day Camps | Weekly, themed day camps, such as Outdoor Excursion Week, All About Animals, Archery, Geocaching and more. Grades 3-6. Weekly from July 7-Aug. 22, Mon-Fri from 6:30 am-6 pm. $179-$189/week. 777-9622

Minecraft Fiesta | Kids make Creeper pinatas, Minecraft paper crafts and take on building challenges. Ages 4-8. July 8-9 from 2:30-4:30 pm. $40-$50. 321-7121

Summer Girl Games | Noncompetitive, physical team games and activities for all levels and ages, like Noodle Tag, Trash Can Kickball and more. Ages 7-18. July 8-Aug. 28, Tue/Thu, session times vary based on age. At Upper Manito Park (25th and Tekoa) $60/session. 475-2598

The Science of Salsa | Explore the science behind spicy food, including the Scoville heat scale for peppers. Grades 6 and up. July 9 (Spokane Valley) and Jul. 24 (North Spokane) from 2-4 pm. Free.

Science is Fun | Blow dry-ice bubbles and conduct messy science experiments. Ages 4-8. Jul. 10 from 2:30-4:30 pm. $20-$25 321-7121

Little Sport Camp | Young athletes learn the basics of sports such as baseball, soccer, basketball and more. Ages 4-7. July 14-17 from 1-3:30 pm. $65.

Girls Just Want to Have Fun | A camp for girls offering a week of hiking, field trips, crafts, science experiments and more. Grades K-3. July 14-18 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Great Outdoors Week | WSU’s Outdoors Program partners to host this camp teaching the “Leave No Trace” principle, campsite setup, cooking and more. July 14-18. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Harry Potter Camp | Participate in activities such as house sorting, trivia, potions classes, scavenger hunts and playing Quidditch. Grades 2-5. July 14-18 from 9 am-noon. $175. 464-8815

Jungle Jammin’ | Campers listen to jungle stories, make crafts and create jungle rhythms and songs. Ages 3-5. July 14-18 from 9-11:30 am. $60. 625-6677

Summertime String Band | A music-themed camp of singing, making a paint can banjo and homemade CD of songs. Ages 3-8. July 14-18, from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Ultimate Sports Camp | A weeklong day camp of sports including flag football, dodgeball, ultimate Frisbee and more. USDA lunch included. Ages 7-12. July 14-18, Mon-Fri from 9 am-4:30 pm. $137. 482-0708

Youth Sailing Camp | Learn the basics of sailing on the water, including proper use of equipment, safety, terminology and more. Ages 12-16. July 14-18. $250. 208-769-7809

Adventure Camp | A week of outdoor rock climbing, high ropes course, field trips and more. Ages 11-13. Sessions offered July 14-18 and Aug. 11-15, from 9 am-3:30 pm. $165. 208-763-0618

Squid Dissection | Campers dissect a squid and can write with ink from its ink sac. Ages 4-8. Jul. 15 from 10:30 am-12:30 pm or 2:30-4:30 pm. $20-$25. 321-7121

Mobius Science Spectacular | Science demonstrations by staff from Mobius Science Center. Grades K-5. July 15-18, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Dragon-ology | Build your own toothless dragon and a dragon costume inspired by the movie “How to Train Your Dragon.” Ages 4-8. Jul. 16 from 10:30 am-12:30 pm. $20-$25. 321-7121

Frankentoys | Recycle old toys into art and create your own monster mash-up. Bring old or broken toys to this class. Grades 6 and up. July 16-Aug. 6, days offered vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Marble Roller Coaster Challenge | Put engineering skills to the test to build various types of marble-supporting coasters. Grades 6 and up. Jul. 18 (North Spokane) and Jul. 23 (Spokane Valley) from 2-4 pm. Free.

Enchanted Garden Party | Don fairy wings for a tea party and make your own mini-garden to take home. Ages 4-8. Jul. 18 from 2:30-4:30 pm. $20-$25. 321-7121

Dangerous Things | Camp is based on the book “50 Dangerous Things You Should Let Your Children Do,” offering hands-on activities to allow experimentation and teach safety. Grades K-6. July 21-25 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Discovering Dinosaurs | Author Kelly Milner Halls talks about and shares her collection of fossils and fossil replicas. Grades K-5. July 21-25, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Hollywood Week | Campers write, act, direct and perform in plays and news broadcasts. July 21-25. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Ultimate Adventure | Day camp offereing field trips, crafts, games and activities like rock climbing, Hiawatha Trail rides and more. Ages 8-13. July 21-25 from 9 am-5 pm. $189. 482-0708

Week with Stuart Little | Camp using E.B. White’s classic children’s story as inspiration, making boats and exploring Manito Park pond. Ages 3-8. July 21-25, from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

SOLE Wild Explorers | Young campers go on themed, two-hour nature adventures with a licensed naturalist. Ages 4-6. Sessions offered July 23-25 and July 30-Aug. 1, from 8:30-10:30 am. $20/day, $60-$70/full session. 928-351-7653

SOLE Nature Detectives | Young campers go on themed, two-hour nature adventures with a licensed naturalist. Ages 7-10. Sessions offered July 22-25 and July 29-Aug. 1, from 1-4 pm. $18/day, $36-$46/full session. 928-351-7653

A Pirate Mystery | Help track down a pirate who’s swiped the hidden treasure. Jul. 24 from 2:30-4:30 pm. $20-$25. 321-7121

As I See It | Art-themed day camp exploring different media, painting self-portraits, buidling sculptures and more. Ages 3-8. July 28-Aug. 1, from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Breaking the Sound Barrier | Charlie Williams, “The Noise Guy,” answers questions about why humans can’t hear some sounds and does sound impressions. Grades K-5. July 28-Aug. 1, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

Camo Camp | Weeklong survival/adventure-themed camp with leadership activities, hiking, field trip to Fairchild Air Force Base and more. Ages 7-12. July 28-Aug. 1, Mon-Fri from 9 am-4:30 pm. $137. 482-0708

Pirate Week | Campers will partake in activities at the pool, the climbing wall and learn how to use a compass and map. July 28-Aug. 1. Ages 5-12. $67-$87/half day; $128-$148/full day. 335-8732

Prehistoric Camp | Campers learn about paleontology and animals that walked the earth millions of years ago through hands-on activities and crafts. Ages 6-11. July 28-Aug. 1 from 9 am-3 pm. $120. 625-6200

Twin Lakes Day Camp | Young campers make crafts, sing, play games, swim and worship at this faith-based day camp. Grades 1-3. July 28-Aug. 1. $125.

Late Night @ the Library | Evening activities including creative activities, food, songs and more. Grades 3-5. Aug. 1 (North Spokane) and Aug. 8 (Spokane Valley) from 7-10 pm. Free.

Ultimate Gamer | Play Wii games, board games, outside games and gym games. Grades K-6. Aug. 11-15 from 9 am-3 pm. $145. 326-6595

Beginning Knitting | Kids learn basic stitches to make hats, scarves and more. Grades 2-6. Aug. 4-8 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Bike Camp | Learn about bike maintenance and safety, and bike to a destination each day. Grades 3-6. Aug. 4-8 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Creature Feature | Through sculpting, painting and other art techiniques, campers create monsters, aliens and other creatures of their imagination. Ages 6-11. Aug. 4-8 from 9 am-3 pm. $120. 625-6200

Fashionista | Campers will create wearable works of art with dyes, ribbons and lace, as well as jewelry and hair accessories. Ages 6-11. Aug. 4-8 from 9 am-3 pm. $120. 625-6200

Ladybugs and Slugs | Students learn all about insects through stories, nature walks, art projects and seed planting for a bug-friendly garden. Ages 3-5. Aug. 4-8 from 9-11:30 am. $60. 625-6200

Lego Play | A week of nonstop Lego building with a different theme or challenge each day. Grades K-2. Aug. 4-8 from 9 am-3 pm. $150. 326-6595

Roxaboxen | Use recycled materials and boxes to transform the school’s backyard into a village of houses and shops, inspired by the book “Roxaboxen.” Ages 3-8. Aug 4-8 from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Spokane Taiko Drummers | Performance by the local Spokane drumming group, featuring traditional music from Japan. Grades K-5. Aug. 4-8, days and times vary at Spokane County Library branches. Free.

SOLE Leader of the Day | A service-learning-based camp focusing on leadership, environmental awareness and conservation values. Ages 11-13. Aug. 4-8 and Aug. 18-22. Only open to youth in N. Idaho, E. Wash. and W. Mont. $125-$200. (scholarships available) 928-351-7653

Journey to Middle Earth | Dress-up and drop-in for Hobbit-themed snacks, games and more. All ages welcome; kids under 6 need to come with an adult. Aug. 7 (North Spokane) and Aug. 13 (Spokane Valley) from 6-8:30 pm. Free.

Best of Summer Camp | Some of the most popular summer camp activities are offered during this camp for those who missed them the first time around or want to participate again. Ages 6-11. Aug. 11-15 from 9 am-3 pm. $120. 625-6200

Best of Summer, Preschool Style | An art-filled week offering some of the most popular projects and activities from Spokane Parks’ 2014 summer day camps for preschool-aged children. Ages 3-5. Aug. 11-15 from 12:30-3 pm. $60. 625-6200

Discover the Inland Northwest | A week of crafts, games, guest speakers and a Friday field trip to Silverwood. Ages 8-12. Aug. 11-15, Mon-Fri from 9 am-5 pm. $189. 482-0708

Down the Rabbit Hole | Alice in Wonderland-themed camp with crafts, singing, garden activities and more. Ages 3-8. Aug. 11-15, from 9 am-1 pm. $120/session; $20 supply fee. 747-1040

Winnie the Pooh Adventure | Explore the imaginary world of the Hundred Acre Wood through stories, songs and art projects. Ages 3-5. Aug. 11-15 from 9-11:30 am. $60. 625-6200

Pokémon Tournament | A tournament for fun, not keeps, open to all ages. Aug. 11 (North Spokane) and Aug. 18 (Spokane Valley) from 7-8:30 pm. Free.

End of Summer Fun | Enjoy the last week of summer, taking picnic lunches to the park, pool, splash pad and Rotary Fountain. Grades K-6. Aug. 18-22 from 9 am-3 pm. $150.

Science Explorers | A week of science experiments, model building, specimen gathering, nature outings and field trips. USDA lunch included. Ages 7-12. Aug. 18-22, Mon-Fri from 9 am-4:30 pm. $159. 482-0708

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