Experience JCC Day Camps into First 2 Weeks of August

It’s hard to believe that it is already half-way through July! While many summer camps in Colorado end the last week of July, Cherryvale Day Camp adds more options into the first two weeks of August. Have you experienced a week at Cherryvale Day Camp or one of the many Specialty Camp options at the JCC? It’s not too late! Check out the many options for August:

July 31 – August 4

Morning Camp (9am – noon)

  • Challenge Island Beach Party – Age 5-10
  • Milk & Honey Farm Camp – Age 4 – FULL

Afternoon Camp (1pm – 4pm)

  • Art Exploration – Age 4-5
  • CU Science Discovery Rockets for Jr. Astronauts – Age 5-7

Full Day Camp (9am – 4pm)

  • Cherryvale Day Camp – Age 5-12
  • You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown Performing Arts Camp – Age 6-13 – FULL

August 7 – 11

Morning Camp

  • Play-Well Teknologies Superhero Engineering Using Lego – Age 5-6
  • Farm to Fork Cooking – Age 5-10
  • Storytime Adventures – Age 4-5

Afternoon Camp

  • Play-Well Teknologies Minecraft Master Engineering – Age 7-12
  • Spectacular Sports – Age 5-7
  • Hip Pop Dance – Age 4-6

Full Day Camp

  • Cherryvale Day Camp – Age 5-12 – NEW JUST ADDED

*Also note that due to the success of the inaugural week of day Camp Inc., Camps at the J have added another session for 4th – 9th graders the week of July 24-28. Learn to turn an idea into reality, pitch to real investors, and get a taste for what it’s like to be an entrepreneur in the FUNdamentals of Starting Your Own Business.

Learn more all of the camp options and register for camp HERE.

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the former Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC.

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