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Tuesday June 22, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Ballet and Tap for 4-6 year olds
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Hip Hop and Jazz
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - Advanced Ballet/ Modern
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Gymnastics - Xcel Bronze & Silver - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Flag Football Camp Ages 6-8 (June 21- June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 21 - June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION C, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION D, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 3: Space Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Game Show Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 3: Exploring the Safari
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Art Expressions (June 21-25)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 3: Water Wanderers (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Shoot for the Stars (June 21-25)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Shoot for the Stars
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Mini Monologues
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - SESSION 4: Teen Fashion Design/Sewing Club IN-PERSON w/ Tabitha Fielteau
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - SESSION 4: Teen Media Arts Club IN-PERSON with Isaac Johnson
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 101 Summer
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 201 Summer
 
Wednesday June 23, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Ballet and Tap for 4-6 year olds
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Hip Hop and Jazz
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - Advanced Ballet/ Modern
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Gymnastics - Xcel Bronze & Silver - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Flag Football Camp Ages 6-8 (June 21- June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 21 - June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION C, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION D, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 3: Space Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Game Show Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 3: Exploring the Safari
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Art Expressions (June 21-25)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 3: Water Wanderers (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Shoot for the Stars (June 21-25)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Shoot for the Stars
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Mini Monologues
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Birthday Party
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Introductory Sports - Sportstime at Southeast Clarke: Wednesday
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tennis - Tennis Center Adult Tennis 101/201 Summer
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis - Tennis Center Adult Tennis 101/201 Summer
 
Thursday June 24, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Ballet and Tap for 4-6 year olds
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Hip Hop and Jazz
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - Advanced Ballet/ Modern
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Gymnastics - Xcel Bronze & Silver - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Flag Football Camp Ages 6-8 (June 21- June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 21 - June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION C, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION D, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 3: Space Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Game Show Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 3: Exploring the Safari
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Art Expressions (June 21-25)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 3: Water Wanderers (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Shoot for the Stars (June 21-25)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Shoot for the Stars
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Mini Monologues
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    AUSA Striker Camp
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - SESSION 4: Teen Cartoon/Illustrator's Club IN-PERSON w/ Robert Brown
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - Teen Cartoon/Illustrator's Club VIRTUAL MEETINGS: ONGOING
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
Friday June 25, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Ballet and Tap for 4-6 year olds
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - Hip Hop and Jazz
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - Advanced Ballet/ Modern
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Flag Football Camp Ages 6-8 (June 21- June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 21 - June 25)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION C, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION D, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 3: Space Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Game Show Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 3: Exploring the Safari
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Art Expressions (June 21-25)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 3: Camp-ology (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 3: Water Wanderers (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Shoot for the Stars (June 21-25)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Shoot for the Stars
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Mini Monologues
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal (June 21-25)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Board of Elections
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Unavailable
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Grand Slam - Grand Slam
Grand Slam is a summer program, exclusively for Athens-Clarke County teens between the ages of 11-17, occurring on Friday nights from 7-10 p.m. in June & July.  
 
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Kayak and Canoe - Friday Night Paddle- Single Kayaks
Sandy Creek Park and Lake Chapman offers 216 acres to enjoy fresh water activities.
 
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Kayak and Canoe - Friday Night Paddle- Tandem Kayak (Two Person)
Sandy Creek Park and Lake Chapman offers 216 acres to enjoy fresh water activities.
 
Saturday June 26, 2021
6:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Athens Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Zumba Class
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    birthday party
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Private Event
 
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM    Reserved
 
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM    Reserved
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Shelter #2
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM    celebration
 
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 3
 
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    3yr olds bday party
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    birthday party
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 2
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Shelter #1
 
Sunday June 27, 2021
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Birthday Party
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Reserved
 
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 1
 
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Shelter 2
 
2:00 PM - 6:00 AM    Birthday party
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Birthday Party
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Birthday party
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 3
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
Monday June 28, 2021
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Monday- Park Closed
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - African Dance and Drum for Young Men
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - West African Dance
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - West African Dance
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Skate Camp (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Soccer Camp Ages 6-8 (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 4: Dinosaur Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 4: Exploring America
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Visions of 2050 (June 28-July 2)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 4: The Earth and Beyond (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Wild at Art (June 28-July 2)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Americana
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Make 'em Laugh
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
Tuesday June 29, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - African Dance and Drum for Young Men
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - West African Dance
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - West African Dance
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Gymnastics - Xcel Bronze & Silver - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Skate Camp (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Soccer Camp Ages 6-8 (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 4: Dinosaur Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 4: Exploring America
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Visions of 2050 (June 28-July 2)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 4: The Earth and Beyond (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Wild at Art (June 28-July 2)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Americana
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Make 'em Laugh
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Allegro Music Program
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 101 Summer
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 201 Summer
 
Wednesday June 30, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - African Dance and Drum for Young Men
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - West African Dance
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - West African Dance
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Gymnastics - Xcel Bronze & Silver - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Skate Camp (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Soccer Camp Ages 6-8 (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Gymnastics - USA Levels 4-8 - June
Here at Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy we believe every child is important and valuable. We pledge to coach and develop each child that walks through our doors regardless of their level of talent. Our main goals are to provide a clean, safe and fun learning environment and to build the self esteem of every child. We develop healthy, happy children from the inside out! We teach developmental gymnastics. We use gymnastics to develop coordination, confidence, self-esteem, respect for others, sportsmanship, improve reading skills and much more in our students. Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks while participating during classes. Students and anyone observing will have temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, one family member per household is allowed to enter the facility. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our observation area is limited to 12 seats maximum.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 4: Dinosaur Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 4: Exploring America
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Visions of 2050 (June 28-July 2)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 4: The Earth and Beyond (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Wild at Art (June 28-July 2)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Americana
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Make 'em Laugh
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Shelter 2 - 21st Century After School Program
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 3- Madison Co. Rec Dept
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Introductory Sports - Sportstime at Southeast Clarke: Wednesday
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tennis - Tennis Center Adult Tennis 101/201 Summer
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis - Tennis Center Adult Tennis 101/201 Summer
 
Thursday July 1, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - African Dance and Drum for Young Men
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - West African Dance
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - West African Dance
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Skate Camp (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Soccer Camp Ages 6-8 (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 4: Dinosaur Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 4: Exploring America
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Visions of 2050 (June 28-July 2)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 4: The Earth and Beyond (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Wild at Art (June 28-July 2)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Americana
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Make 'em Laugh
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Allegro Music Program
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - SESSION 4: Teen Cartoon/Illustrator's Club IN-PERSON w/ Robert Brown
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - Teen Cartoon/Illustrator's Club VIRTUAL MEETINGS: ONGOING
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
Friday July 2, 2021
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - African Dance and Drum for Young Men
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Dance Camps: Half Day - West African Dance
Our Half Day camps give students the ability to participate in 4 hours of concentrated dance study! Choose from a variety dance forms including, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, West African Dance and Drum and Hip Hop. All dance wear is required prior to class. Pack your child a lite non-microwavable lunch full of proteins and/or some fresh fruit and water. Mask is required (second mask is suggested).
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Dance Camps: Accelerated Programs 1-4 - West African Dance
These camps are reserved for students who participate in our Accelerated Dance Programs 1-4.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Skate Camp (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Soccer Camp Ages 6-8 (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Sports Mini-Camp - Tennis Camp Bishop Park (June 28 - July 2)
Sports Mini-Camps are different types of outdoor sports camps that include Basketball (Indoor), Flag-Football, Soccer, Skate, Tennis, and Triathlon. Camps are offered from 9a-12p. Location may very. For more information please contact the Youth Athletics Staff.Basketball- Basketball Camp is designed to help you achieve your basketball goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your position skills and confidence.Flag-Football- Flag Football Camp is designed to help new players learn the fundamentals of football while having fun.Soccer- Soccer Camp is designed to help you achieve your soccer goals. Whether you're new to the sport and want to learn the basics or are more experienced and are looking to advance your skills and confidence. Skate- Campers will learn fundamental skateboarding skills and improve upon existing skills. Helmet and skateboard are required for participation. Roller Blades, Roller Skates, Bicycles and Scooters are not permitted.Triathlon- Camp will meet at Bishop Park, campers will practice two sports a day (running, biking or swimming) and we will have a mini triathlon at the park on Friday. Participants need to be proficient in swimming (swim 50m without stopping), biking (bike 1 mile) and running (run 1/4 mile) prior to the start of camp. Participants must provide their own swim suit, bicycle, helmet and running shoes. Any questions regarding Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Skate, or Triathlon Camp please contact:Arik Garcia706-338-4138Tennis- Summer Tennis Camp is a camp for all skill levels. The camp includes development of fundamental strokes, personal instruction, games, and match play in a positive fun environment. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and proper tennis shoes.Any questions regarding Tennis Camp please contact:Cameron Williams762-400-7662
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 4: Dinosaur Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 4: Exploring America
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - Visions of 2050 (June 28-July 2)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 4: Fantastical Kingdoms (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 4: The Earth and Beyond (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Wild at Art (June 28-July 2)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Americana
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Theatre Camp (Ages 8-12) - Fractured Fairy Tales: Make 'em Laugh
Join Athens Creative Theatre for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun in our Youth Theatre Camp for ages 8-12. Each one week theatre camp focuses on introducing young aspiring actors to the basics of theatrical performance including the basics of stage directions, how to navigate a script, ways to develop a character and more. Camp monologues and activities will vary from week according to the thematic focus of each camp.  Campers will enjoy theatre games and activities focused on building valuable theatre skills that build emotional awareness, reading comprehension, and improvisational skills. Participants will receive a theatre camp guide via email in the weeks prior to their scheduled camp session which will include camp rules/needs, pick-up and drop-off information, and other helpful tips for getting the most out of your summer camp experience.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - May the Forest be with Zoo (June 28-July 2)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
Saturday July 3, 2021
6:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Athens Farmer's Market
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    COTA Tennis - COTA Summer Combo
 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM    family gathering
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Allegro Music Program
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Nature Programs - July Naturalist Walk
 It's right outside your door — It's nature!
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 2
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Reserved
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Nature Programs - Nature's Trading Post
 It's right outside your door — It's nature!
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Picnic Shelter 2
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Shelter 3
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Sons Birthday
 
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Acceptance Recovery Center Softball Tournament Under The Lights
 
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Acceptance Recovery Center Softball Tournament Under The Lights
 
Sunday July 4, 2021
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Private Event
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Reserved
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Family reunion
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Family reunion
 
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Acceptance Recovery Center Softball Tournament Under The Lights
 
Monday July 5, 2021
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Monday- Park Closed
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
Tuesday July 6, 2021
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Quinn Hall Prop Cabinet Improvements (Jim's Crews)
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION E, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION F, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 5: Spy Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Science Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 5: Exploring Art
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - 3-2-1 Blast Off (July 6- 9)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 5: Back in Time (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years) - Week 5: Back in Time (9-12 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Teen Camps (13-15 years) - Week 5: Tech Trek (13-15 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 2 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. Weekly themes focus on the outdoors, nature, science, and outdoor recreation. Sessions include swimming, kayaking, hiking, archery, and outdoor skills/activities. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a van between sites. Masks are required. June 7-11 - Park Explorers - Teens plan their week & choose their own activities at Sandy Creek Park & Nature Center. Follow the Greenway, visit animals, take hikes & discover places they’ve never seen. Journey around Lake Chapman both by boat & on foot. Visit seldom seen historic sites and waterways.  June 14–18 - Earth Warriors - Can your actions and choices make a difference each day? Create armor from recycled materials, build seed bombs & slay invasive plants. Design habitats for animals & monitor the health of our waterways. Make a display at the nature center to show visitors how they can become earth warriors too! June 21–25 - Water Wanderers - Let water lead you on adventures this week. Explore a creek and kayak around Lake Chapman. Use nets, fishing gear, and depth finders. Trace raindrops from the sky to the sea using a larger than life giant map. Follow the path of stormwater along our local creeks & rivers.  June 28–July 2 - The Earth and Beyond - From the planetarium to homemade rockets, we’ll check out our planet & beyond. Use telescopes to view the sun and distant objects. Create solar prints and a human sundial. Follow a larger than life solar system model along the Greenway. View some Sci-Fi moves for fun and see how many technologies are part of our life today.  July 6–July 9 - Tech Trek - (no camp July 5) Go where no camper has gone before! From prehistoric tools to preparing for the zombie apocalypse, practice using tools to survive through time. Build a fire using primitive technology. Use a drone and GPS to measure trees & find animals. Spend a day playing pioneer games & old time activities at the 1790 Log House.  July 12–16 - All About Animal Care - How do we take care of our venomous snakes? What do we feed to our animals? Discover what it takes to keep our animals fed & exhibits maintained. Set up an aquarium & terrarium for the week with our animal caretaker.  July 19–23 - Amazing Race Week - Campers will participate in our version of this popular challenge. Teams will solve outdoor puzzles, compete in nature challenges, traverse trails, and create scenarios for other campers to complete. Includes boat races, outdoor skill contests, and other activities.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at East Athens - Americana (July 6-9)
Week 1 June 7-11: (1…2…3…TEAM!)Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together, Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp-related activities, such as basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-July 2: Wild at Art Unleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Americana Let’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That’s why we’re experiencing a technology takeover. Campers will create videos, 3-D print objects, and discuss what the future will look like! Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all the previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories. 
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Teen Camp at Lay Park - Wild at Art
Week 1 June 7-11: 1…2…3…TEAM!Let’s put our collective minds to the test. Teamwork will be needed to overcome physical and mental challenges each day at camp. Always remember, Together Everyone Achieves More. Week 2 June 14-18: Camp 101 There’s no summer without camping! Our campers will participate in a variety of camp related activities, such as, basic survival skills, tent building, hiking, cooking our own food, and more. Week 3 June 21-25: Shoot for the Stars East Athens and Lay Park will compete virtually in traditional and non-traditional sports competitions played around the world. Week 4 June 28-2: AmericanaLet’s get ready for a patriotic week! All games, activities, and crafts will showcase what makes America so special. We will cap the week off with a Friday cookout. Week 5 July 6-July 9: Wild at ArtUnleash your imagination by being introduced to different forms of fine art. We will explore the world of art and discover different ways we can express ourselves. Week 6 July 12-16: TechknowledgyCould you go a day with no technology? Probably not! That's why we're experiencing a technology take-over. Campers will create videos, design projects, and discuss what the future might look like. Week 7 July 19-23: Teen Choice Teens, here’s your chance to create and carry out a whole week of camp! Campers will use teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving to create a week of summer fun. Week 8 July 26-30: Camp RewindThis last week ties in all previous 7 weeks of camp. We will show our team spirit as we reflect on our favorite activities, sports, bonds created, and camp memories.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (10-12 Year Olds) - Keeper Kids (July 6-9)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wander-ful World of Wildlife at Memorial Park (7-9 Year Olds) - Keeper Kids (July 6-9)
Join us this summer at Memorial Park and Bear Hollow Zoo! Explore outdoor and nature-based activities from swimming and hiking to animal encounters and more.Week 1: June 7-11, 2021“I Like to Move it, Move it”Let's dive deep into the different ways that animals move and how they do it! We'll take tours through Bear Hollow Zoo, create art, play interactively, and investigate animal movement and body shapes! We'll uncover movement mysteries like how snakes can climb trees, how otters swim, and more!Week 2: June 14-18, 2021“The Fast and the Furriest”Animals are built for survival. What special adaptations do they have that help them become the fast or the furriest? Let's explore the amazing adaptations of animals through tours of Bear Hollow Zoo, creating our own animal with special adaptations, and more!Week 3: June 21-25, 2021“Diary of a Not-So-Wimpy Animal”It takes skill, strength, and smarts to survive in the wild, especially when you aren't at the top of the food chain! Let's learn about the food web and see how Bear Hollow Zoo caters to some pretty big appetites around here!Week 4: June 28-July 2, 2021“May the Forest be with Zoo”Young Padawans come explore the Forest and learn about the homes and habitats of the many animals at Bear Hollow Zoo! You'll be trained in the ways and honor of the Jedi as you are challenged in outdoor adventures. Prepare to become one with the Forest!Week 5: July 6-9, 2021“Keeper Kids”Do you have what it takes to be a zookeeper? Learn the ins-and-outs of the profession from cleaning to enrichment, veterinary care to handling, and nutrition to habitat maintenance! Get a first-hand look at the day-to-day life of a zookeeper!Week 6: July 12-16, 2021“Call of the Wild”Do you hear the Call of the Wild? Let's explore how animals use their senses in sensational ways! Use your senses, test your skills, and see how you compare to the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo!Week 7: July 19-23, 2021“ZSI: Zoo Scene Investi-gators”What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investi-gator! Detectives needed! Pull out your magnifying glass as we investigate a mystery! Use evidence and clues to solve animal mysteries. Look for animal tracks to help identify the culprit!Week 8: July 26-30, 2021“Guardians of the Zooniverse”Get ready for a zoo-venture! A new mission will help us learn about the animals at Bear Hollow Zoo and teach us how we can help be the best conservationists we can be and make a PAWSitive difference!Camp registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Early Drop Off (7:30 am to 9:00 am) and/or Late Pick Up (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm) are available for an additional fee.Participants will receive via email a guide to camp including what to bring daily and camp rules/needs. You will also receive a pickup tag to display in your vehicle at drop off/pick up times on the first day of camp.Can't wait to have a zoo-per summer!Click here to sign up for early and/or late pickup for Memorial Park's Wander-ful World of Wildlife camp.COVID-19 Policy• Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required.• Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrive each morning.• Anyone with a temperature of 100.4º or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication for 48 hours before returning.
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Allegro Music Program
 
9:50 AM - 10:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:50 AM - 10:35 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9:50am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Parent & Tot 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
10:40 AM - 11:25 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 10:40am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 11:30am - Bishop
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Late Pickup Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 13-18
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 5-8
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Dolphins - Dolphins Ages 9-12
ACC Leisure Services will once again team up with the University of Georgia’s Athens Bulldog Swim Club to provide a fun, competitive coed swim program.The program focuses on learning, developing and improving various swim strokes. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the Bishop Park pool to register. Practices are held Monday through Friday at the Bishop Park pool.Learn more about the Bulldog Swim Club.**Please note this is an affiliate organization. Affiliate organizations have been approved to hold organized leagues at Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services parks. Independent teams and leagues not associated with an approved organization will not permitted.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 5:30pm - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm EACC
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 5:30pm Lay Park
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Art Clubs: TEEN - SESSION 4: Teen Fashion Design/Sewing Club IN-PERSON w/ Tabitha Fielteau
The  Lyndon House Arts Center (LHAC) is the local community arts center in downtown Athens, GA.  LHAC provides area citizens with a positive experience in the arts and advancement through the arts encouraging all to foster their own creativity and development. LHAC currently hosts 3 Teen Clubs in Media Arts, Comics/Illustration, and Fashion Design/Sewing. These are financially supported by the Lyndon House Arts Foundation and AthFest Educates, and are offered free of charge to our teen participants.  Teens are encouraged to bring a drink and a snack or dinner.  The group does take a break and used to have pizza, but due to Covid-19 concerns, we are asking everyone to just eat what they bring (we look forward to the time that pizza is back).  Thanks!Due to Covid-19, there are limited numbers of participants allowed, and registration is required.  There are no drop-in options at this time.The Arts Education Department at LHAC is dedicated to providing high-quality arts education curriculum and enrichment to youth, adults, and teens in the Athens area.  Programs include adult evening classes, after-school youth classes, teen clubs, and a comprehensive summer arts camp experience. The Arts Center includes 7 professional-level art studios including Painting, Printmaking, Fiber, Photography/Media Arts, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Jewelry/Metals.  There is a separate children's wing with wonderful facilities.  Additionally, there is a covered outdoor work court used as an outdoor studio, a historic house museum, and several galleries with ongoing rotating exhibitions. The campus of the Arts Center is quite beautiful with big grassy areas, wonderful trees, and a formal parterre garden. CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH CLASSES (Under 12 yrs old) ---Scroll down to see all three Teen Clubs.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 101 Summer
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis - Bishop Park Adult Tennis 201 Summer
 
Wednesday July 7, 2021
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Quinn Hall Prop Cabinet Improvements (Jim's Crews)
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    Adult Lap Swim - Adult Lap Swim
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Both Early Drop Off and Late Pickup
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Early Drop Off and/or Late Pickup for Registered All Day Campers - Early Drop Off Only
You must be registered for one of the Summer Camps below prior to adding early drop off or late pickup.  The Early Drop-Off OR Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $15 ACC Residents / $22.50 Non ACC Residents Both Early Drop-Off AND Late Pick-Up Fee per camper: $25 ACC Residents / $37.50 Non ACC Residents You may sign up for extended supervision on the morning of the first day of camp.Extended supervision fees are not scholarship eligible.Extended Supervision is available at the following camps:East Athens Community Center All Day and Teen CampLay Park Community Center All Day and Teen CampMemorial Park All Day CampRocksprings All Day and Teen CampSandy Creek Nature Center All Day and Teen Camp
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - East Athens Community Center
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Lay Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Memorial Park
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Kinderswim - Kinderswim 9am - Rocksprings
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Kinderswim program is a free initiative started with the goal of helping ACC children learn how to swim. The program is offered to all Athens-Clarke County 5-year-old children at no cost.  The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at all of the ACCLS pools. Participants who complete at least seven of the nine lessons will receive a free pool pass for the remainder of the pool season.Rules & Tips  - All swimmers are required to wear a swimsuit. Cotton is not allowed in the pool.  - Participants cannot register after the first two lessons to ensure swimmers have adequate time to learn to swim safely.  - Participants should bring their own towels.  - Although there is no cost, participants must register online.  - Participants must be 5-years-old to take part in Kinderswim.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Swim School - Swim School Session 2 - 9am
Athens-Clarke Leisure Services offers small group swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. All lessons are taught by certified lifeguards. Classes are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Your child must be 3 years old or older and potty trained to participate in Swim School.The lessons are broken into three, 45-minute classes a week for three weeks, for a total of nine lessons, and are available at the Bishop Park, Lay Park and East Athens Community Center pools.
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION E, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    ART TIME: 5-7 Yr Olds, Summer 2021 Mini Art Camps at Lyndon House Arts Center - Art Time: SESSION F, 5-7 Yr Old, Summer 2021 ART CAMPS at Lyndon House Arts Center
ART TIME: Summer Mini Art Camp ExperienceIN-PERSON, 5-7 YR OLD, 9 AM-1 PMArt Time summer art camp, with 5-7 year olds, combines artistic technique with authentic self-expression.  Fine art is about creative problem solving and not about just following step-by-step instructions.  This Art Camp, with a very low child/adult ratio, offers students the opportunity to be curious and open to new ideas while developing new skills and having a really great time being creative at the Arts Center.    Young artists will explore a range of fine art media that may include 2D and 3D, painting, drawing, printmaking, paper-making, ceramics, video art, and more.  We open with circle time and sketchbook time. This is a very hands-on program.Please pack a snack and a lunch and a water bottle for your child.  Also, dress your child with the knowledge that they may get paint or other permanent marks on their clothing.  We will do our best to wear aprons, but cannot guarantee they won't get it on their clothes.  Thanks!Lyndon House Arts Center follows strict Covid-19 mitigation efforts including social distancing, smaller groups that do not mix, and masks must be worn at all times.Lyndon House Arts Center is a center of excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. The gallery exhibitions, professional art studios, historic house museum, workshops, art meetings, special events, art classes, comprehensive summer arts program and open studio membership provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging all of our community to foster appreciation and to include the arts in everyday life. For more information email: William Stephanoswilliam.stephanos@accgov.comEducation Specialist, Lyndon House Arts CenterPlease note: These programs are subject to change based on ACCGov and State pandemic restrictions.  We require face coverings, social distancing and will be taking temperatures. 
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Adult Traditional Game Playing - Traditional Game Playing
Daily socialization and various game play, including spades, billiards, and dominoes.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp Rock Adventures at Rocksprings Park - Week 5: Spy Adventure
Rocksprings summer camp is back with Camp Rock Adventures!  Over the course of 8 weeks, our campers and staff will experience an infusion of themes including superheroes, dinosaurs, pirate escapades, space exploration, Spy techniques, Wild west, Olympics, and storybooks to channel our creativity and play.  Join us in the excitement of summer 2021.week 1 Super Hero Adventure June 6th-June 11thweek 2 Pirate Adventure June 14th-June 18thweek 3 Space Adventure June 21st-June 25thweek 4 Dinosaur Adventure June 28th-July 2ndweek 5 Spy Adventure July 6th-July 9thweek 6 Wild West Adventure July 12th-July 16thweek 7 Storybook Adventure July 19th-July 23rdweek 8 Olympic Adventure July 26th-July 30thClick this link for early drop off and/or late pick up at Camp Rock Adventures
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-a-palooza Gymnastics Day Camp at Bishop Park - Science Week
Parents, are you looking for weekly camps to engage your child where they will receive excellent supervision and meet new friends? Well, Athens Clarke Gymnastics Academy has got an eight week summer line-up of exciting day camps for students 6 through 12 years! Each day is filled with gymnastics challenges, arts & crafts, group games, and team work! Checkout out our themes!Week 1: June 1-4 Ninja Week (No camp May 31): One of our most popular themes! This week will fill up quickly! Campers will enjoy creating and developing challenging ninja courses and engaging in friendly competitions to see who will be crowned Ninja Champion by the end of the week!Week 2: June 7-11 Aussie Adventures: Hi Mate! Come and join us as we use our imaginations and explore the Australian Outback gymnastics style! Campers will engage in learning gymnastics skills this week, and they will also get to learn about the Australian continent.Week 3: June 14-18 Disney Week: What summer is complete without the great adventures of the Magical World of Disney? Come and join us as we flip and flop to our favorite Disney tunes. Campers will enjoy choreographing routines to their favorite shows!Week 4: June 21-25 Game Show Week: What is your favorite game show? Well join us this week as we throw it back and bring back some old time favorites! Remember, "Let's Make a Deal?" How about, "To tell the truth?" You can never go wrong with "Family Feud". Yes, we are still learning how to flip this week too!Week 5: July 6-9 Science Week (No Camp July 5): Does your camper like to learn how things work or what makes a bottle of coke explode when mentos are placed inside of it? This week it's all about science! Well, maybe it's not ALL about science. We will be teaching some great gymnastics too!Week 6: July 12-16 Tik Tok Week: Has the latest craze taken over your house too? Does your child make all of these crazy hand gestures and body movements? Well this is the week you must definitely register them to come and share some of their best Tik Tok routines. The challenge this week will be for the campers to create an ACGA Tik Tok!Week 7: July 19-23 Back to the Future (Athens Theme): Remember Marty McFly and his experiment that went awry? Of course a gymnastics program would put a "twist" on things. This week, we are partnering with Escape the Space Athens and are creating spaces here at Bishop Park that will challenge our campers with fun facts about Athens. As they escape the space, they will discover Athens' past, present, and future! Of course, gymnastics will be incorporated in how they must escape the space!Week 8: July 23-30 Super Heroes & Villains: The question of who is in control, Super Heroes or Villains, still remains. So, once again, we invite them back to settle the score! Our Staff We have the best instructors and coaches in the industry with well over 100 years of combined experience! Our staff has been carefully hand selected because of their previous experience in gymnastics, working with children, and knowledge of the sport. The most important reason they were chosen is because of their desire to work with children and to make a difference in their lives. As a staff we work hard so your children can play hard. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We pledge to be good role models for your children and to keep their safety and well-being our number one priorities. Staff members attend state, regional and national training programs throughout the year. Maintaining up to date skill development and safety awareness is a top priority. COVID-19 Policy Per Section 7 of the ACCUG Ordinance for the 11th Declaration of a Local State of Emergency Related to COVID-19, masks are required when entering the gymnastics facility. Students are required to wear masks the entire duration of camp. Students temperatures taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter the facility and must be fever free without the aid of fever reducing medication 48-hours before returning.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Camp-Funtastic Explorers at Lay Park - Week 5: Exploring Art
Join us at Lay Park this summer for Camp-Funtastic where campers will explore different adventures through recreational games, crafts, and activities.  Week 1: June 7-11 Exploring Game Mania Let’s Get Active! Forget about playing video games the traditional way. Campers will create interactive games for everyone to play influenced by some of the most popular video games. Week 2: June 14-18 Exploring the Future Jump in our “Lay Park Time Machine” as we take a special voyage into the future. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and create products they believe will be available in the future. Week 3: June 21-25 Exploring the Safari Join us as we take our explorations outside! Campers will learn about the unique wildlife that make up the safari through a variety of games, scavenger hunts and crafts.Week 4: June 28-July 2 Exploring AmericaCampers will celebrate Independence Day all week by learning interesting facts and creating themed art to show American pride. Week 5: July 6-9 Exploring ArtBring out your inner artist as we explore various forms of art throughout the week. We will conduct a mini art showcase to give our campers an opportunity show off their masterpieces. Week 6: July 12-16 Exploring Dinosaurs  Explore the world of Dinosaurs! This week our explorations lead us to some of the coolest reptiles known to man. Campers will learn about a variety dinosaurs and fossils, through games, crafts, and projects. Week 7: July 19-23 Exploring Outer Space Olympics Edition 5,4,3,2,1…Blast Off!  This week we will compete in a variety Olympic style events with an outer space twist. Campers will earn points throughout the week with daily competitions, but only one group can take home the gold! Week 8: July 26-30 Exploring Under the Sea What a time it will be, to end our explorations under the Sea! Campers will learn about sea creatures and the oceans they call home. Our campers will also get a little wet themselves with a variety of fun water activities!Click here for early drop off and/or late pick up for Camp Funtastic Lay Park
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    East Athens Community Center Cruise into Fun - 3-2-1 Blast Off (July 6- 9)
Week 1: June 7-11 “Camp Kick-Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC learning how individuals contribute to a winning team. Campers will learn about themselves and each other as they face a variety of team-building challenges. Week 2: June 14 -18 “Design and Engineering”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore design and engineering. Campers will learn all about marine vessels, then design and build their own boats.  Each group will design and build a boat to see which one can hold the most weight.  Week 3: June 21-25 “Art Expressions”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we make a big splash with Art. Campers will learn about various artists and create their own masterpiece with watercolor and other mediums.   Week 4: June 28-July 2 “Visions of 2050”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we anticipate the year 2050.  Campers will learn about how technology is developed, then create their own designs and inventions to predict how technology will look in the year 2050.  Campers from each age group will win a prize for the best 2050 concept Week 5: July 6 - 9“ 3-2-1 Blast Off”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we explore how rockets move through the air.  Campers will craft their own rockets as we get ready for the Fourth of July.  The camp will be closed on Friday, July 5th in celebration of Independence Day.   Week 6: July 12 - 16  “Life Savers”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we learn how to be a lifesaver.  Campers will learn how health professionals take care of others, and how we can take care of ourselves through healthy eating and exercise.       Week 7: July 19 -23 “Brainiacs”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we exercise our brain with friendly competitions.  Campers will earn points for their group as they compete in various brain games and activities.  The group with the most points at the end of the week will be crowned the camp's smartest group. Week 8: July 26 - 30 “Camper Spotlight”Take a fun-voyage with EACC as we shine a spotlight on all of our talented campers.  Individuals and groups will have the opportunity to display their talents and review all they have accomplished this summer.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (7-8 years) - Week 5: Back in Time (7-8 years)
Camp is held at Sandy Creek Nature Center & Sandy Creek Park. Sessions are June 7–July 16, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Early and late care is available. Registration is limited to 4 weeks per camper. SCNC Members receive a 10% discount. Designed as an outdoor oriented and active camp. Campers will swim, enjoy outdoor games, hike, and more. If your children love the outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, this camp is for them. All sessions include swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, crafts and outdoor games. (weather permitting)Following COVID precautions, there will be a reduced number of campers. All campers will spend a full day Monday, Wednesday, Friday at Sandy Creek Park, and Tuesday, Thursday at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Campers will not be riding a bus between sites. Masks are required.June 7-11 Outdoor Adventures Hike the woods in search of wildlife. Use binoculars to identify birds. Build shelters that can withstand wind and water. Improve your archery and canoeing skills. June 14–18 Planet Protectors Each themed day will show ways to protect our planet. Compete in a compost challenge, learn how to filter water, build art with recycled materials, make seed bombs to spread native plant seeds. June 21–25 Camp-ology Play in the mud to celebrate mud month. Learn how to forecast the weather to beat the heat. See how chemistry is part of our lakes & streams. Apply your new knowledge of physics for success in boat races and other challenges at Sandy Creek Park. June 28-July 2 Fantastical Kingdoms Travel through the forest & use your imagination. Look for signs of ballybogs, the beavershark, and bigfoot. Search under bridges for trolls and make fairy houses. Share stories & artwork of favorite amazing creatures at a special campfire. July 6–July 9 Back in Time - (no camp July 5) Step back to a time before modern technology. Explore the brick factory ruins. Enjoy pioneer activities at the 1790 era Log House. Trek around Sandy Creek Park & look for signs of the past. July 12–16 Aquanauts Wade creeks & swim in the lake. Build a boat, search for aquatic animals, & find out what lurks in the waters of Sandy Creek & Lake Chapman. Paddle through a canoe obstacle course. View pond water for microscopic creatures & test our stream’s water quality. Try your hand at a casting & fishing tournament. July 19–23 Animal Olympics Do you stack up against the speeds of animals? Watch box turtles go over the finish line, compare your aim in archery with the skills of a bird of prey. End the week with an Olympic celebration and challenge!
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sandy Creek Day Camps (9-12 years)