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The 10 Spot: Summer Camps in Roseville, Granite Bay, and Rocklin

06/01/2018 12:11PM

THE Studio Martial Arts Summer Camp. Kids (ages 4-18) can kick off summer with one-week sessions in June (18-22) and July (23-27). The camps involve martial arts, a ninja obstacle course, fight scene choreography, weapons training, board breaking, arts, crafts, games, snacks, and more.

Camp EDMO. Curious and courageous campers (grades K-8) will have access to science and tech programs (coding, design, animation) and wilderness activities (hikes, outdoor skills, and appreciation) at their location that’s sited in a nature area. This camp runs from June 11-August 4 (no camp July 4) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Christian Youth Center Teen and Day Summer Camps. Weeklong musical theater camps in July and August for ages 5-18 are focused on building performance skills, self-confidence, and teamwork with hands-on theater experience through competitions, dance and voice workshops, set painting/prop building, and costume and makeup workshops with a daily devotional and end-of-camp showcase for family and friends.

Bright Start Therapies Apraxia Camp. Children ages 3-9 with apraxia, suspected apraxia, or severe speech disorders will benefit from these camps that offer two sessions from June 18-29 and July 9-20. The eight classes per session are available mornings and afternoons for one-and-a-half hours, four days a week.

Bach to Rock Music Camps. Half-day or full-day weekly camps are available at B2R June through August. Be part of a Rock Band or Glee Club (ages 7+), join the Rock City World Tour (ages 4-7), Record a Studio Demo (ages 7+), and learn the Recording Arts through state-of-the-art technology (ages 10+).

Dance Elite All Stars Camps. Little princesses ages 3-6 will enjoy the Princess Dance Camp from 9 a.m. to noon where they’ll explore ballet, creative movement, etiquette, games, snacks, crafts, and princess movies. Budding dancers ages 5-12 will enjoy the Hip Hop Boot Camp that includes floor and center combinations, snacks, art, movies, and a performance. Both camps run July 9-12.  

Roseville Theatre Arts Academy Summer Camps. RTAA is offering camps focusing on voice, movement, improv, stage combat, comedy, and more. Participants ages 7-15 will perform original musicals like Lost in Les Mis (June 18-22), Apocalypse Ever After (June 25-29), Not Star Wars (July 9-13), Writers in the Storm (July 16-20), Superheroes and Shakespeare (July 23-27), and Hannah Sue Summer Camp (July 30-August 3). 

California Capital Aquatics Swimming. From June 11 to July 31, swimmers entering high school who have a background in aquatic sports are welcome to join this summer training group that’ll keep you in water shape. Participants may attend three workouts on any weekday and have the option to attend an AquaSol Short Course Meet in July. 916-772-6370

Cornerstone Training Summer Horse Camp. Learn beginning riding skills, safety, care, and upkeep of a horse in a safe, fun environment at Royal Oak Farm Equestrian Center. Choose from two sessions: June 11-15 or June 25-29. 916-765-9371

Sacramento State Aquatic Center Hello Summer Camp. For some water fun, head to the Sac State Aquatic Center to learn sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, and boating safety on June 4-5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This camp is for ages 7-17. 

By Tara Mendanha

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