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Try the Olympic sport of fencing at the East Bay's premier fencing club! Sport Fencing Center offers a fun, full-day fencing camp for ages 7-11. Hours: 9 am-3 pm. All equipment is provided. Contact Karen: 510-528-5110 or visit here for more details.

Camp Edventure More! Camp "Edmo" features fun, hands-on activities designed by the Bay Area's best kid museums: Exploratorium, CA Academy of Sciences, Museum of Children's Art, Zeum and the YMCA. Professional instructors and college counselors lead entering K-5 campers through daily hands-on Art, Science, and Recreation stations plus silly camp games, songs & skits. Older campers (3-5th grade) can also enroll in new Animation sessions. Extended Care available. Ask about special discounts for museum members, Early Bird Specials, and multiple week discounts. A healthy, delicious Kid Chow hot lunch included every day! 7 SF, Marin and East Bay locations. (NOTE: Check out Edventure Tech for 5th-9th grade campers)

Camp EdTech! Edventure Tech's middle school digital media arts camp features weekly sessions designed and staffed in partnership with the Bay Area's premier tech organizations, Zeum and the Bay Area Video Coalition. Entering 5th-9th grade campers work side-by-side with professionals in the field to create their Digital Music, Video, 2-D Comic or 3-D Clay Animation projects.

Check out girls on the run - Educating and preparing girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living!

Check out Stanford Rowing Camps for more fun.

Check this out…summer day camp held in Marin County. Campers participate in the activities they want for as long as they want. Parents buy as many days as they want and use them whenever they want. The activities are everything from performing arts, sports, crafts, and digital arts to karaoke, bathtub racers, and pie throwing. Contact 415-389-KIDS or visit here!

Check out campfreestyle... where the summer months are a time to play and explore outside. The San Francisco Bay Area is a lively, diverse and beautiful place, with mountains, oceans, meadows, creeks, tidepools, bayfront, islands, beaches, canyons and waterfalls all waiting to be discovered by your child.

Do you want your 3rd through 8th grade daughter on the first youth lacrosse team in San Francisco? Sign up for Presidio Girls Lacrosse today! Visit here for more information.

Stanford Lacrosse Camp for Girls all skill levels ages 7th grade through college. Contact Kylee Reade or Michele Uhlfelder at 650.725.0018.

Camp Jones Gulch has resident camp programs of campers entering 3-9 grades from June 27 - July 17. CIT programs for 10th and 11th graders, teen travel camps, and family camps are all available. For more information visit our website at or call us at 650-747-1200.

Summer 2009 Programs at Schools of the Sacred Heart will be posted when available... which has evolved in response to the varied interests and needs of parents, students, and faculty. The current Summer Program offers a wide variety of choices to students in (rising) grades K-9. Two three-week academic enrichment sessions are offered, classes are co-educational and cross-graded when appropriate. Space is limited so sign up early. Visit here.

Marin Horizon Day Camp in Mill Valley is an exciting way for children 3-9 years old to spend their summer!  The camp runs for 6 consecutive weeks, from June 23 through August 1. Parents have the choice of 3, 4, or 5 days per week, with a half-day option for 3 year-olds.  Campers choose from great activities such as swimming, treasure hunts, art projects, group games, and local field trips (ages 6-9).  For more information, or to request a brochure, please contact Desone Parker at  or 415.388.8408 ext 224.

Golden Gateway Tennis and Swim Club offers summer camp experiences, swim lessons, tennis lessons, court sports - arts and crafts and Sports Psychology (something new!)...

Pop Warner Football: The S.F. Jr. 49ers Football & Spirit Program is currently holding sign-ups for youth ages 7-15 for its tackle football, dance, and cheerleading program. Adults also are needed for coaching positions. For details, call (415) 584-6099 or (415) 584-1260, email, or visit here!

Summer Fencing Camp at the Golden Gate Fencing Center 415-626-7910 located at 2417 Harrison Street in San Francisco 94110. Fencing is not only fun, it develops coordination, strategic thinking, and cardiovascular fitness. Golden Gate Fencing Center (GGFC) offers week-long, half day camps for ages 7-9 and 10-12, taught by trained professional coaches with many years of experience working with young athletes. Cost per session: $150 (plus one-time $30 fee for insurance and membership in the US Fencing Association). Sessions for 2002: June 17-21, August 12-16, and August 26-30. Morning from 9am until noon is for ages 7-9 and afternoon 1:00-5:00 is for ages 10-12. All camps are coed, and require no equipment or previous fencing experince. For more information give a call (415-626-7910) or visit their website.

Project academic summer program for motivated kids... check it out!

VisitYo!Basecamp Rock Climbing Camps for something fun this summer. A variety of climbing camps to choose from.

Visit Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory Sports Camps.

Digital Cyber Sports Campfor boys and girls ages 11-14. Learn how to use a digital camera and computer to create a sports- related movie! Session I: Girls only June 18-22 Session II: Boys and Girls August 20-24 Tuition: $425. Registration form is available online.

Stanford Boy's Lacrosse Camp all ages, all experience levels registration information is available here!

Visit the Embarcadero YMCA Summer Camp program for children grades K-8. The Camp program runs from June 5th to August 18th.

Summer Circus Camp with Acro Sports Circus Camp 1 week camps June-August. Activities include zipline, bungee, trapeze, minitramp, dance, tumbling, juggling, props, costumes and scenery. Dates run weekly beginning in June. Visit Acro Sports for more information. Acro Sports is located at 639 Fredrick near Arguello, San Francisco, Ca 94117 or call 415.665.2276

Stanford University Rowing Camp June 26-29 and August 14-17. No experience necessary. For more information and registration visit Nike Camps. Or call 1.800.NIKE.CAMP (800.645.3226)

Stanford Youth Rowing Camp for boys and girls grades 7th through 9th grade. July 9-13 Contact Skip Braatz at 650.725.2972 for more information or send an email.

Stanford Field Hockey Camps for girls. Camp 1: July 21 - 25 (Saturday - Wednesday) 9:30-4:00 Day camp only, for intermediate and advanced players. Fee: $400. or 9:30-12:30 July 21-25 (Saturday - Wednesday) Half day for beginners only. Fee: $225 Camp 2: August 4 - 8 (Saturday - Wednesday) Resident and Extended Day $575.00 and $500.00 Directed by Head Coach: Sheryl Johnson. For more information contact Sheryl at 650.725.0751 ext.3 or send an email.

Mark Cook's Stanford Gymnastics Camp for Girls Session For more information contact Mark Cook Women's Gymnastics Head Coach at 650.725.0018 or 650.725.6143 for more information.

Stanford Track and Field/Cross Country Camps.Track and Field June 30-July 5 this session will focus on four event areas: Sprints and Hurdles - 100, 200, 400, and hurdles. Throws - shot put, discus, hammer, javelin. Jumps - high jump, long jump, triple jump. Middle-Distance-800 meters, 1600 meters, steeplechase. Cross Country and distance running session August 5-10 this session will focus on training for all of the distance events 3000 meters, 5K, 10K with a special emphasis on preparing for the cross country season. Teams are strongly encouraged to attend.For more information call 1.800.NIKE CAMP or visit Nike Camps. Be sure to mention you found it here! Go run.

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