March Madness Means Camp Registration Time at the Boulder JCC

The Boulder JCC offers many day camp opportunities for kids entering kindergarten through high school for 12 weeks this summer. Registration is open now for all camp programs at a reduced rate. Prices will increase on April 1. 

The great camp offerings that many Boulder County families have come to love at the Boulder JCC continue to expand. This year, our classic day camp is growing our amazing team to include a sports, art, and farm specialist for more of the programs kids love. In addition to the weekly trip to the pool, field trips to take advantage of all that Boulder has to offer will be available for kids in fourth grade and higher.

New options this summer include:

  • Leadership In Training Program for teens
  • Two options for Camp Inc. Business Camp
  • Musical Theater with Shari Polis for 1st – 3rd graders
  • Musical Theater with Shari Polis for 4th graders and above
  • Hip Pop with Shari Polis for 1st – 3rd graders
  • Hip Pop with Shari Polis for 4th graders and above
  • Specialty Camps at Milk and Honey Farm 
  • Sports Camp 
  • Camp Calligraphy

There are many opportunities in March to meet the camp staff, ask questions, and get help with the registration process. Our team is also happy to make house calls or set up private appointment times. 

Registration is recommended for all our events at www.boulderjcc.org or call 303-998-1900.

This year the Boulder JCC is offering a special thank you for all our returning families, $25* in cash or off your camp bill for every new camper you refer to Cherryvale during the month of March. Check our website for all the terms and conditions for this March Madness offer. 

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