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5 Great Choices for Summer Camps in the Burlington Area

04/26/2021 01:13PM ● By Jessica Wagner

Photo Courtesy of Flynn's Website

The school year is winding down, which means summer is right around the corner. If you’re looking for ideas to keep the kids busy, check out these 5 summer camp programs located around the Burlington area!

Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

The Flynn, located on Main Street in Burlington, is a performing arts center that focuses on diverse and engaging artistic experiences. Offering both in-person and virtual summer camps for kids ages 4-18, The Flynn is a great option no matter what art medium your kids enjoy. The Flynn will be hosting a variety of choices, from a theatre intensive to dance camps to musicals. The cost of tuition is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested cost for those who are able. The Flynn also offers After Camp Care Monday-Thursday for those that need to stay past their 3 PM camp end.

Registration is now open so be sure to check out their website today to choose your kids’ camp now!

City of Burlington

The City of Burlington offers a wide variety of summer camps for youth through the Burlington Parks, Recreation, and Waterfront website. With 66 options to choose from, you’re sure to find a camp that suits the interests of every one of your children. Some of the options include chess camp, lego camp, pony camp, sailing camp, and plenty of sports camps. Prices for the camps range from $50 to upwards of $350, allowing all families to participate. They also have a Licensed Camp that accepts childcare subsidies, as well as scholarships. All camps are located in different places across Burlington, so be sure to check the location before signing up.

Registration is now open for all 66 camps - check out their website today!

The Town of Shelburne

The Town of Shelburne, VT offers youth summer camps, as well as lessons for kids ranging from 3 years old to high school. With 13 options to choose from, including sports camps, swimming lessons, and a rocketry camp, your kids are sure to find something they love. Each camp lists the dates the camp runs, the time of day, as well as cost, ages, and locations. They also list the minimum and maximum amount of youth for each camp, so you know just how many kids your child will be with. All participants must sign a COVID waiver, with the disclaimer that all camps will be following the State guidelines and protocols.

Online registration is now open for all camps - click here to view the list of camps and to register today!

Audubon Vermont: Green Mountain Audubon Center

Audubon Society’s mission is to educate all ages in order to protect wildlife and their habitats. If your children are interested in nature and ecology, the summer camps offered by the Audubon Society may just be for them! With two great options, depending upon the ages of your children, these day camps will allow your child to explore nature and all of its natural wonders from 9 AM to 4 PM over the course of 8 weeks. Preschool Nature Camps offer a variety of options for youth ages 3-5, while the Ecology Day Camp has options for 6-11-year-olds. Please note - for the Summer of 2021, there will be no half-day camps offered.

Registration is now open for all options, so be sure to check out their website to sign up today!

Williston Recreation and Parks Summer Programs

Williston Recreation and Parks Center is offering a multitude of summer camp options for kids of all ages. The different categories range from sports camps to technology camps to specialty camps, which include options for bakers, chess masters, horse riders, and artists. There are options for kids as young as 4 years old all the way up to 12th graders. Days, times, and locations differ among the camps, so be sure to read the disclosure before registering.

Registration is now open for the Williston Summer Programs - click 
here today to sign up!
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