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February 9 – 15, 2018

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& Program
SUMMER CAMP Summer Camp 2018
June 18-22 and July 16-20 Building Happy, DANCE, ACRO
Healthy, Fit and FOR SUMMER
Monday - Thursday

Confident Dancers!
Ages 5-15 10 a.m. - Noon
★ All day and morning sessions Ages 5-7, 8-10, 11+
★ Early bird rates until May 10 $100
★ Instructors are members of #1 ranked collegiate team Evening Classes Available
in the nation including Grandmasters
For more information:
15 S. Old Orchard ~ Webster Groves
Open enrollment begins March 1st
webster.edu/spice • 314-246-8075 at mjperformingartsacademy.com
chess@webster.edu To contact us call 314.968.3903 or
email mjperformingarts@gmail.com
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Ackermann’s Swim Program

Swimming lessons
in Kirkwood
since 1942
Ages 4 to 11
May 21 - August 10

See website for dates and application

Build confidence and social connections...

Like us on e-mail: aspkirkwood@icloud.com
Monday through Friday Hours 9:10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m
Enrollment by one or two week sessions
Drop off and Pick up at curb Online registration is now open
4 heated pools with different water levels
Learn more at www.greatcircle.org/camp

Camps Camps
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PRESCHOOLS invention.org or call 800-968-4332.

Nationally accredited, Webster Child Use promo code RegCamp25 by 3/23 to
Care Center has been providing qual- save $25 on registration.
ity care and education for the past
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camp, right here in Kirkwood. Camp
Webster Groves Presbyterian Pegnita has been providing a safe and
Church Early Childhood Center enjoyable summer for kids ages 5 to 15
(314-962-9210) serves ages 1 to 5. Staff for more than 60 years. Activities in-
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physically, emotionally, socially, cogni- sports and games, campfires, cooking,
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Campers receive daily swim lessons and
Webster Hills Preschool (314-961- free-swim in the on-site pool. A spe-
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offers ages 6 months to 5 years activi- camp-wide field day is scheduled every
ties to stimulate curiosity, encourage week. Register today at camppegnita.
learning, foster creativity and stretch com.
Camp Whitfield engages children K-8
CAMPS in crafts, technology, sports and games.
Ackermann’s Swim Program is dedi- Whitfield teachers create experienc-
cated to the growth and development of es designed to educate and encourage
children in Kirkwood since 1934. Group students to explore their interests
swim lessons for 4-11 year olds in four while having fun. Campers eat the fa-
heated pools with different water levels. mous Whitfield lunches and take ad-
Red Cross certified teaching staff pro- vantage of fabulous facilities. Whitfield
vide children a non-competitive, safe Sports Camps are perfect for athletes
teaching environment in which to build at any level. Whitfield coaches provide
confidence and self-esteem. sport-specific training and instruc-
tion in weeklong camps where ath-
Camp Invention has multiple loca- letes improve their play and have fun.
tions throughout the greater St. Louis Ages, prices, dates and times vary by
area. This summer’s all-new curricu- sport. Visit www.whitfieldschool.org/
lum allows children in kindergarten summercamp.
through 6th grade to experience re-
al-world problem solving and creative Chaminade summer camp offerings
thinking as they create a vehicle of have been developed to give young men
the future, design a mechanical robot a chance to sample all that the school
dog, build futuristic dream homes, and has to offer academically, athletically
make dinos dance using wind-up gear- and artistically. Summer is a wonderful
boxes. Local educators lead the week time for young men and their families
of hands-on activities that encourage to take time to enjoy one another, their
children to think big, explore their cu- hobbies, activities, and interests. To that
riosity, and never give up. Visit camp- end, Chaminade put together some fan-

2018 Summer
Dance Camps
Frozen Camp
ages 3-5
20 Allen Ave. Nutcracker Ballet Camp
Webster Groves grades K-2
314-963-4400 Advanced Dance Intensives
Yucandu.com in ballet, tap and jazz
for dancers in grades 5-12

Call 314-821-6663 for more information on summer dance camps,

summer dance classes, and hip hop birthday parties
February 9 – 15, 2018 South County Times 11

Lab School
tastic opportunities for young people to The
challenge themselves, create, laugh and
enjoy. Chaminade hopes to see camp-
ers on the 55-acre campus this sum-
mer participating in camps like READ, The Lab School
Basketball Camp, Minecraft Modding, Nurturing Children Since 1964
514 E. Argonne Drive - Kirkwood
Organizational Boot Camp or one of formerly Eden Laboratory School 1964-2004
the many others offered. Visit www. SUMMER CAMP
Now Enrolling for
chaminade-stl.org/summer-camps June 4 – June 29
Fall 2004
Weekly Preschool
Sessions Classes
The Community Music School of 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Webster University offers summer HALF DAY (morning or afternoon) &
Catered Lunch
FULL DAY (7:00 am - 6:00 pm)
music camps for children preschool
H H3-6H(pre-kindergarten)
through high school including Kinder-
musik®, band, flute, string orchestra, NOW ENROLLING
Licensed • Accredited • Degreed Teachers
composition and chamber music. CMS Half Day & Full Day Preschool
also offers individual lessons for all 314. 822.8282
3’s, 4’s, and 5’s
ages. For more information visit www. For
514 E.2018 Academic
Argonne Year
Drive (at Woodlawn)
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
webster.edu/cms or call 314-968-5939. Fully Licensed/Degreed Teachers
Cor Jesu’s Enrichment and Sports
Camps are for 3rd to 8th grade girls.
New 2018 camps include Geocach-
ing Adventures, Passport Around the
World, Babysitting 101, Get Up and
Dance and mindfulness. Campers will Webster Groves
also enjoy camps focused on drama, Presbyterian
baking, writing, crafts, media, photogra- Church
phy and myriad sports camps. Register
online at www.corjesu.org/camps. Early Childhood Center
cont. pg. 12 Now Enrolling 2018-2019
August thru May
Ages 1 – 5
TUESDAY 9 - 11:30 A.M.
A Different Sport Every Week


WEDNESDAY 8:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
August thru June

962-9210 ext. 3105
The Webster Groves Presbyterian Church Early Childhood Center
admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

Register now for

2018 Nerinx Hall
Summer Camps!
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Experience WHITFIELD this summer.

cont. from pg. 11

walks, visiting parks, exploring nature
and a weekly swim at the Webster Uni-
versity pool. Lunch is picnic style when
Imagine a summer camp where camp- weather permits. Come for a summer of
INNOVATIVE + ARTISTIC PLAY ers eat breakfast in the company of ring- fun and learning.
Be ready to move, engage, tailed lemurs, zoom down a zip-line and
create and play. kiss a camel before lunch, make pottery Great Circle’s Adventure Camp for
on the wheel in the afternoon, and play a youth on the autism spectrum is July
Three one-week sessions in July camp-wide game of Capture the Flag af- 30 to August 3 at Meramec Adventure
ter dinner. Cub Creek Science Camp Learning Ranch in Steelville. Explore
Day camp for students entering K - 8th grade is that camp. With over 300 animals, a the outdoors in a supportive environ-
six-element ropes course, and activi- ment with skilled staff. Aquatic and
Camp Whitfield is the best deal in town: ties in arts and crafts, archery, photog- land activities, horses, games and bon-
hot lunch, snacks, field trip expenses + all material fees included. raphy, chemistry, and more, this is a fires. Fully equipped lodge. Cost $890.
truly unique summer camp. Facilities Space limited. Contact 573-775-5513 or
are air-conditioned, meals are served kassey.odneal@greatcircle.org.
LEARN FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS, buffet style with alternative meal op-
tions available, and accreditation by Kraus Farms offers Barnyard Camp,
IMPROVE YOUR GAME. the American Camp Association. Visit which entails farm critters, mother na-
Camps include: MOScienceCamp.com ture and organic gardening, and Eques-
SPORTS BOYS BASKETBALL • BOYS SOCCER trian Camp, which entails riding with
DANCE • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Dance Center of Kirkwood offers either English or Western disciplines.
several summer camps for ages 3 to
GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY + LACROSSE grade 12. Call 314-821-6663 for more The Lab School (314-822-8282).
Age ranges and session dates vary by sport. information on dance camps, classes Camp for ages 3-5 (potty trained), June
and birthday parties. 4-29. Water fun, art, dramatic play,
Please check our website for specifics. guests, hand-on curriculum. Week-
Come join the fun and get better at ten- ly 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with catered lunch.
Visit www.whitfieldschool.org/summercamp for more nis this summer at the Dwight Davis Degreed staff.
information about Whitfield summer camps. Memorial Tennis Center Nike ten-
nis camp. Junior full-day and half-day Make a child’s summer magical with a
WHITFIELD SCHOOL camp options for boys and girls ages one-of-a-kind summer camp experi-
175 S Mason Rd • St. Louis, MO 63141 • 314.434.5141 5-18. All ability levels welcome. ence. Campers participate in fun edu-
cational activities, explore The Magic
Faith Academy of Montessori (314- House and more.
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961-1411, faithacademyofmontessori.
org) is in a 100-year-old train station. Embark on a summer filled with end-
The director and assistant director less possibilities at MICDS Summer
have guided this Montessori program Camps. Create lasting memories with
since 1982. Camp Run-A-Muk is held fellow campers, kids of every age, school
during the summer months featuring and interest. Each of the four camps,
two-week sessions, each focusing on a Pegasus, Language Immersion Camp,

SUMMER different topic. To help the children ful-

ly understand the topics a related field
trip is planned and guest speakers visit
Rams Sports Camp and Eliot Summer
Academy, offers a unique variety of ac-
tivities for boys and girls ages 5 to 18,

UNPLUGGED each session. Camp also includes taking all located on the sprawling 100-acre

SUMMER CAMP 2018 Providing Quality Care and Education

for Children 6 Weeks to 6 Years
• Individualized Primary Caregiving
• Educational Programs Focusing on Kindergarten Readiness
• State of the Art Playgrounds and Nature Area
• Nationally Accredited


REGISTER EARLY Camps for ages 3 - 16

& SAVE Runs May 29 - August 10 Kraus Farms

Equestrian Camp N E W!
Mini Camps for Ages 5 & 6 Barnyard Camp
Equestrian Camps for Ages 7 - 14 Ages 6 - 10

SOUTH COUNTY FAMILY YMCA Public Trail Rides • Boarding • Lesson Programs for All

gwrymca.org/southcounty HWY 44 & 141
St. Louis, MO www. KRAUS FARMS .com 636-225-9513
February 9 – 15, 2018 South County Times 13

campus and supervised by enthusias- Webster Groves Parks & Recreation

tic counselors and expert MICDS staff. FULL & HALF DAY
Visit micds.org/summeradventure and SUMMER
Our camp
start a Summer of Adventure today.

Miriam’s specialty camps are perfect Camp Webegee ~ June 4 - Aug. 3

swims circles
for students entering grades K-12 who Theme weeks, swimming, special events, field trips!
need a boost in FUNdamentals during Sports & More Camp ~ May 29 - June 1
the summer. Camps offer small teach- Arithma Tricks Camp ~ May 29 - June 1
er to student ratios and customized

Safety Camp ~ June 4 - 8 or June 11 - 15
curriculum with a fun and caring staff.
British Soccer Camp ~ June 18 - 22
Campers can focus on academics such
Rocketry Camp ~ July 2 - 6
as reading and writing skills, build

the others.
social skills, or choose from therapy Outer Limits Camp ~ July 30 - Aug. 3
camps that emphasize sensory, fine mo- Magic Camp ~ Aug. 6 - 10
tor or emotional development. Morn- Performing Arts Camp ~ Aug. 6 - 10
ing, afternoon or full-day sessions plus Aqua Camp ~ Aug. 6 - 10
after camp care is available. Learn more • Experienced and qualified staff Register today for
at miriamstl.org or call 314-961-1500. • Before & After Club available for most camps
Camp KangaZoo.
For more information visit
MJ Performing Arts Academy is a www.webstergroves.org
dance and acro studio located in the or call (314) 963-5600
heart of Webster Groves. The mot-
to - Building Happy, Healthy, Fit, and
Confident Dancers - drives the acad-
emy and all endeavors. Visit https://

mjperformingartsacademy.com or call register for
314-968-3903 to set up a free trial class
or for more information.

Nerinx Hall summer camps offer ex-

citing opportunities for athletes, artists
magic house
and all children ready to explore new This summer, give your camper the experience of a lifetime—Camp KangaZoo.
interests. On the stage, field, court and
in the art studio, Nerinx Hall fosters
skills and spark interests. All abilities
june At Camp KangaZoo, campers have the opportunity to see and touch animals,
make friends, sing songs and explore over 90 acres of natural habitats.
and skill levels are welcome. Learn through They’ll attend a Sea Lion Show, hop on the Zooline Railroad and wrap up the
more at www.nerinxhall.org/camp. august nature-filled week with an exciting outdoor, overnight adventure under the stars.

To learn more about Camp KangaZoo (grades 1–6), Teen Camp (grades 7–9)
There are many camp possibilities at and Camp Joey (ages 4–5), visit stlzoo.org/camp or call (314) 646-4544, #6.
Notre Dame High School this sum-
Financial assistance is available.
mer. Check out the athletic and enrich-
ment camp options at www.ndhs.net. For session themes, details and
cont. pg. 14 to make your reservation, visit

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Monday, June 4-Friday, June 8 Monday, June 4-Friday, June 8 Monday, June 11-Friday, June 15 CAMP
Design and print your own 3D objects. Monday, June 25-Friday, June 29 Learn to plan, shoot, and edit a short film. Monday, June 18-Friday, June 22
Get introduced to game design Learn useful recording and music
SPORTS MEDIA CAMP and development. mixing skills.
Monday, June 25-Friday, June 29
Explore the world of sports media.

All camps are held 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at the Webster Groves campus. Overnight accommodations may be available.
Webster University is also holding a High School Screenwriting Competition. The winning script will be used
during Filmmaking Camp and produced as a film. The winning scriptwriter will receive an iPad mini,
as well as the opportunity to attend the Filmmaking Camp at no charge.
Enrollment in all camps is limited, and early registration is encouraged.
Visit webster.edu/mediacamps for screenwriting competition rules and guidelines and to register for summer camps.

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cont. from pg. 13 Looking for a one-of-a-kind summer

program? Check out Camp KangaZoo
CAMPS at the Saint Louis Zoo, where campers
OneCity Stories invites writers (14- learn all about Zoo animals. Campers
17) to create multimedia projects have the opportunity to see and touch
alongside experts in the journalism, film live animals, attend a Sea Lion Show,
and radio broadcasting fields. June 11- hop aboard the Zooline Railroad, tip-
29 UMSL at Grand Center. Visit www. toe around the Zoo at night and sleep
onecitystories.org/apply. overnight at the Zoo. Camp KangaZoo
T-shirt, group photo, snacks, Thursday
St. Paul’s Lutheran School has creat- pizza dinner and Friday morning break-
ed a legacy of providing excellent Chris- fast included. Camp KangaZoo is tai-
tian education for children in Kinder- lored for children in first to sixth grade.
CHAMINADE garten to 8th grade by developing caring Have younger or older children? The

SUMMER CAMPS servant leaders through challenging

curriculum, championship sports pro-
grams, diverse extra-curricular plat-
Zoo also has Camp Joey for the little
ones and Teen Camp for teenagers.
2018 forms and dynamic service opportuni-
ties for over 165 years. The school offers
a fun-filled, activity based, 10-week,
summer camp program and week-long,
grade-based basketball, volleyball and
cheerleading camps. Call 314-822-2771
or visit www.stplutheranschool.org for
information about St. Paul’s Lutheran
School and Summer Camps.

Saint Louis Priory School hosts a va-

riety of summer programs, from sports
camps to academic enrichment. The
ENRICHMENT, ARTS & ATHLETIC CAMPS Aestas program for 4th to 6th graders
FOR GIRLS & BOYS GRADES 3 - 12 offers engaging academics with dynam-
ic teachers who make learning excit-
READ Camp, Organizational Boot Camp, ing. The sports camps, held on Priory’s
beautiful 150-acre campus in West St.
Minecraft Modding, Tennis Camp, Basketball Camp,
Louis County, are a summer time ex-
and so much more! tension of the Priory Rebels athletic
program, where coaches emphasize the The SPICE Chess Summer Camp at
www.chaminade-stl.org/summer-camps pleasure of paying each sport, while Webster University (314-246-8075)
developing athletic skills and good is a fun way to introduce chess to new-
Chaminade Summer Camps - sportsmanship. Both boys and girls in comers and deepen understanding of
where learning and fun collide! grades 1 to 12 are invited to explore their
athletic potential and brush up on veter-
the game for intermediate or advanced
players. Instructors are SPICE Chess
an skills or dive into a whole new sport. Team members who teach based on
@wearechaminade www.priory.org/summer Susan Polgar’s world class curriculum.
Visit webster.edu/spice.


Solve cases like

Sherlock Holmes,
break out your
CSI skills in the lab,
and become a
master storyteller!

try something new CAMPS
for next season
at camps IN SIX


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Stages Performing Arts Academy of-

fers an exciting variety of musical theatre
camps, workshops and productions for
students of all abilities, ages 3 to 18. Act,
dance and sing all summer long. Learn
skills and techniques that will serve stu-
dents for years to come. Move, sing and
play from shows like The Little Mermaid, WRITING
The Lion King, Moana, Dear Even Han-
sen, Hamilton and School of Rock, just to RADIO
name a few. Be a Broadway star, rock the
musical, learn screen writing, scenic de-
BROADCASTING MARCH 23 to secure your spot and

SAVE $25
sign and stage makeup. It is all at Stages
Performing Arts Academy this summer. FILMMAKING
StagesStLouis.org or call 636-449-5775.

Vetta Sports Summer Camps have Promo Code: RegCamp25

been around for more than 25 years.
As part of their summer camp experi-
ence children will discover a variety of
activities, including classic sports such
as soccer, basketball, tennis, racquetball www.onecitystories.org
and kickball. Campers also learn inno-
vative team-building skills, play archery
tag, jump on inflatables and get creative
with arts & crafts. Special guests edu-
cate and entertain with animals, intro- a

K–6 S-O
duce science concepts, teach athletic
skills and more. Plus awesome field
ades N STEM
trips. Sports Camps (ages 5-12). Kicka- Now ENrolliNg For 2018 ke


roos Camps (ages 3-5) and Leadership AcAdEmic YEAr B
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Camp (ages 13-15) offered at select loca- An early childhood
tions. Sign up by April 15 and save. Dis- education center serving
children age 6 months - 5 years
counts vary by location. Online registra- Tues - Fri 9 a.m. - noon
tion at vettasports.com/page/camp. September - May
Program includes: Music,
Webster Groves Parks & Recreation Science and Gross Motor
camps (314-963-5600, www.webster-
groves.org) provide quality and specialty
Extended days available Led by local educators
Tuesday - Thursday, noon - 2 p.m.
indoor/outdoor experiences emphasiz-
Webster Hills UMC 1500+ Summer Programs Nationwide
ing nature, games, sports, crafts, per-
forming arts and field trips. Preschool
cont. pg. 16 698 W. Lockwood • Webster Groves
961-8722 ext. 228 In Partnership with the United States
whpreschool@websterhillsumc.org Patent and Trademark Office

Faith academy oF montessori

Where your child can GroW

Please check out our website

to learn more about our summer camp.
Click on Camp Run-A-Muk under Our School Programs

REGISTER NOW! Full and Part Time

• Individual Music Lessons • Suzuki Strings •
• Summer Music Programs Ages 2 1/2 to 8 Years Old

June through August
Hours convenient to working parents
and Music for Little Mozarts Classes!
For children birth-6 years old

webster.edu/cms • 314-968-5939 Faith academy oF montessori

CMS locations in Webster Groves, Chesterfield, Des Peres and University City. ~ since 1982 ~
44 N. Gore iN Webster Groves • 314-961-1411
Find us on Facebook!

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cont. from pg. 15 to win an iPad Mini and camp registra-

tion. Visit webster.edu/media camps for
CAMPS screenwriting competition details and to
register for summer camps.
Summer Media Camps for students in
high school or secondary-level programs. YMCA Camp Lakewood is a co-ed,
Design and print 3D objects at 3D Print- overnight summer camp for ages 6-17
ing Camp June 4 to 8. Introduction to that provides opportunities for enjoying

game design and development where outdoor experiences including water,
campers design their own game June sports and adventure activities, learn-
4 to 8. Learn to tell powerful stories by ing new skills and making new friends.

planning, shooting and editing a short Whether it is campfires, swimming, ar-
feature film at Filmmaking Camp June chery, climbing tower, zip line, sports,
11 to 15. Learn the skills to be a record- canoeing, cookouts, fishing, kayaking or
ing engineer working with state-of-the- a multitude of camp games, every camp-
art equipment and produce a compact er delights in waking up with a renewed
disc at Music Recording Camp June 18 sense of excitement as to what new activ-
to 23. Explore the world of sports media ities each day at camp will bring. Located
at Sports Media Camp June 25 to 29. Of- 90 minutes outside of St. Louis. Register
fered by Webster University School today at www.camplakewood.org or call
of Communications from 9 a.m. to 573-438-2155.
5 p.m. at the Webster Groves Campus.
Enter the Screenwriting Competition YMCA Summer Day Camp provides a
fun, safe experience for kids to learn new
skills, build self-confidence and make
lasting friendships. The Y offers doz-
DISCOVER SUMMER LIKE ens of camps for all interests, including
traditional outdoor camps, a huge vari-
NEVER BEFORE ety of sports camps, and themed camps
for every interest like aquatics, cooking,
AT CAMP LAKEWOOD art, science and so much more. Vis-
it gwrymca.org or contact a local Y for
details on Summer Camp 2018.
At YMCA Camp Lakewood, we celebrate each trail ride,
campfire and cannonball. We know summer doesn't last Yucandu Art Studio believes that when
forever, but we're here to help create the memories that do. kids get great materials, they make great
art. Yucandu is such a fun and inspiring
place to be and the camp projects are so
Register today at www.camplakewood.org. cool. Send children to a place where they
will grow as budding artists, feel success-
ful and bring home artwork. Yucandu
campers say, “That was the best camp
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