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Mid Rivers Newsmagazine 3-7-18

Local news, local politics and community events for St. Charles County Missouri.

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20 I SUMMER CAMPS & OPPORTUNITIES I Summer Soccer Camps starting at $80 ALL Campers Receive a T-Shirt Office@Fusz.com O’Fallon • Maryland Heights Rams Park (Earth City) CBC High School St. Louis' Premier Soccer Camp Lou Fusz Soccer Club Boys & Girls Ages 5 - 14 www.LouFuszSoccer.com • 314.628.9341 CHAMINADE SUMMER CAMPS 2018 ENRICHMENT, ARTS & ATHLETIC CAMPS FOR GIRLS & BOYS GRADES 3 - 12 READ Camp, Organizational Boot Camp, Minecraft Modding, Tennis Camp, Basketball Camp, and so much more! www.chaminade-stl.org/summer-camps Chaminade Summer Camps - where learning and fun collide! @wearechaminade March 7, 2018 MID RIVERS NEWSMAGAZINE SUMMER CAMPS, from page 18 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Lunch is provided with the full-day option. Sporting St. Louis’ Striker and Goalkeepers Camp runs from July 30-Aug. 3, offering a half-day option from 9 a.m.-noon or a full-day option from 9a.m.-3p.m. To register, visit www. sportingstl.com/camps. STAGES St. Louis 1023 Chesterfield Parkway East • Chesterfield (636) 449-5775 www.StagesStLouis.org STAGES Performing Arts Academy offers 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 your student for years to come. Move, sing and play along with shows like The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Moana, Finding Nemo, Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, Waitress and School of Rock, just to name a few. Be a Broadway star, rock the musical, learn screen writing, scenic design and stage makeup. It’s all at STAGES Performing Arts Academy this summer! Sylvan Learning Center Ballwin/Manchester • (636) 394-3104 Eureka • (636) 587-2525 Chesterfield • (636) 537-8118 St. Peters • (636) 441-1212 Wentzville • (636) 887-0885 Washington • (636) 390-9211 www.sylvanlearning.com/noel Looking for great educational programs for children? Sylvan now offers classes that will keep children challenged and ahead of the curve in building STEM skills in a super fun way. From robotics using LEGOS® to creating video games with computer coding to Math Edge, a Sporting St. Louis SUMMER SOCCER CAMPS For Boys & Girls July 16-20, 2018 Ages 4-18 years old July 30-Aug. 3, 2018 @MIDRIVERSNEWS MIDRIVERSNEWSMAGAZINE.COM summer at Sylvan can build confidence and motivation in learning! Vetta Sports 1425 St. Peters Cottleville Road • St. Peters (636) 498-4625 www.vettasports.com There’s something to be said for longevity, and Vetta Sports’ summer camps have been around for more than 25 years. Simply put – they play sports and have FUN. As part of the summer camp experience, your child will discover a variety of activities, including classic sports such as soccer, basketball, tennis, racquetball and kickball. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Campers also learn innovative team-building skills, play archery tag, jump on inflatables and get creative with arts and crafts. Special guests educate and entertain kids with animals, introduce science concepts, teach athletic skills and much more. Plus, embark on awesome field trips! YMCA Camp Lakewood (573) 438-2155 Potosi www.camplakewood.org YMCA Camp Lakewood is an overnight summer camp for boys and girls ages 6 to 17, situated on 5,200 wooded acres with a 360-acre lake, 90 minutes south of St. Louis. While children enjoy camp activities including zip line, climbing tower, sports, water activities, horseback riding, arts and crafts and much more, the Y also teaches the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Kids make memories and friendships that can last a lifetime, learn about the world around them through a culturally diverse staff, and have a safe and fun-filled experience. This is why campers call Camp Lakewood “my camp.” Located at Sportport in Maryland Heights Register at www.sportingstl.com

FACEBOOK.COM/MIDRIVERSNEWSMAGAZINE MIDRIVERSNEWSMAGAZINE.COM Sending your child to camp is a valuable investment, but one that should be made when the time is right. It may be difficult to gauge if your child is ready and, if so, when and where to send him? The American Camp Association recommends answering these questions to help ease the process: • How old is your child? Children under age 7 may not adjust easily to being away from home. Consider a day camp experience to prepare them for an overnight camp in the future. March 7, 2018 MID RIVERS NEWSMAGAZINE Gauging your child’s readiness for camp I SUMMER CAMPS & OPPORTUNITIES I 21 BEST. SUMMER. EVER. • How did your child become interested in camp? How often does your child talk about camp and camp activities? How much persuasion is necessary from you? • Has your child had positive overnight experiences away from home? How has your child responded to overnight or extended visits with relatives or friends? Were these separations easy or difficult? • Are you able to share consistent and positive messages about camp? Your confidence in a positive experience will be contagious. If you are excited, your child will be in return. • What does your child expect to do at camp? Learn about the camp experience ahead of time with your child and help create positive expectations. Highlight things you think they may enjoy; explain things that may be unfamiliar. Mull over these questions with your child. Is he or she ready? If so, next consider what kind of camp is best for your child. The American Camping Association recommends considering these aspects to narrow down your options: Near or far? Short or long session? Girls only, boys only or co-ed? Traditional, specialty or special needs? At YMCA Camp Lakewood, we celebrate each trail ride, campfire and cannonball. Register today for the ultimate overnight camp experience. camplakewood.org or 573-438-2155 FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ® FOR HEALTHY LIVING FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Math Help Math Enrichment Test Prep Summer Programs Rec-Plex Activities & Art Experience Camps Futsal-Soccer • Baseball • Dance • Basketball Fencing • Volleyball • Flag Football Hockey • Figure Skating • Pickleball Cheer • Drawing/Painting • Clay Sunny, with 100% chance of success. We make math make sense. $ 100 OFF with Summer pre-enrollment by 4/30/18 Register in Person at the St. Peters Rec-Plex Starting March 12 www.stpetersmo.net/camps • 636-939-2386 www.Mathnasium.com Mathnasium of St. Peters-Cottleville www.mathnasium.com/stpeters-cottleville (636) 447-4955 Mathnasium of St. Peters North Mathnasium of [Location] www.mathnasium.com/stpetersnorth (636) 812-MATH 000-000-0000 (0000) mathnasium.com/location Mathnasium of Lake St. Louis www.mathnasium.com/lakestlouis Address Line One Address Line Two (636) 466-5033 MRN-QtrPage-Runs-03.07.18.indd 1 2/26/18 3:13 PM