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It’s a busy, fun-filled summer in Rocklin.
Check out all of the camps, activities and sports leagues on tap this month!
Camp Rocklin is a great place for kids to spend the summer and make memories. Sign up for the traditional summer camp, or one geared especially for younger children. K.I.D.S. Camp (grades K-6) takes place at the Rocklin Community Center, and Play Depot (grades K–2) is located at Twin Oaks Elementary School. Both camps offer a variety of exciting activities; cost is $190 per week or $40 per day.
Camp Rocklin Sports Camps are three-hour introductory camps designed to give participants basic knowledge of various sports via instruction, drills and games. Themes include volleyball, rookie rugby, soccer, multi-sport, futsal, tennis, basketball, baseball/softball/wiffleball and flag football. Camps run weekly from 8:30-11:30 a.m.; cost is $99 or $89 (resident discount).
Friday Nights in the Park, a free event located at Johnson-Springview Park, continues this month on July 5 and July 19. Each night includes activities, food, vendors, demonstrations and a movie.
Tennis is a game both kids and adults love at any level. Join Rocklin Parks and Recreation’s experienced instructors and register for tennis lessons (offered for ages 5 to adult). Classes are held at Johnson Springview-Park’s courts; fees vary according to age group.
The Itty Bitty Club, featuring parent-participation activities, is a special time for you and your tot. Have fun creating, learning and playing together! Themes include Terrific Trucks (ages 2-5) and Itty-Bitty T-Ball, held Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 5-7 p.m. and Fridays from 9-9:45 a.m.
For more information about Rocklin’s classes, programs and upcoming events, visit www.rocklin.ca.us/parksandrecreation or call Rocklin Parks and Recreation at 916-625-5200.