ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - School is almost out for summer, and if you’re looking for some activities to keep the kids busy this summer, we’ve got a list right here.
If your little ones are interested in learning more about gardening and cooking, there’s the Alaska Botanical Garden Summer Camp. It runs June 10 through August 2. You can find more information about that here.
To learn more about wildlife and habitat conservation, kids can attend the Alaska Zoo Adventure Camp. That camp runs daily from May 23 through August 19. To register or view the camp schedule, click here.
The Anchorage Museum is opening its doors to help foster imagination and experimentation in the arts, science and technology. Their summer camps run Monday through Friday, from June 3 to June 28, and July 8 to July 19. More information can be found here.
Along with multiple day camps offered throughout the summer, Camp Fire Alaska is offering a fun getaway. Kids can head down to Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing for a co-ed overnight camp to take part in boating activities, hiking, river rafting, and horseback riding. The multiple-day-long camps run May 29 through July 25. More information can be found here.
The Girl Scouts of Alaska offer both overnight and day camps that are committed to helping girls unlock their potential and discover the world while developing life skills. Sessions and dates vary, but run June through August. More information can be found here.
The Alaska Theatre of Youth is offering a Summer Conservatory Theatre Camp for experienced actors, and those who are new to the world of theatre. The Theatre is offering a two-week program from June 6 to June 15, and a three-week camp from June 24 to July 13. You can find more information here.
The YMCA will be offering a day camp to learn more about caring, respect, honesty and responsibility. These day camps are offered June 3 through August 9. You can find more information about those here.
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