New Horizons Center for Learning
6701 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Ages: 6 weeks to Kindergarten
New Horizons Center for Learning
Tuesday, April 10, 6-9pm
You Can Do it
Thursday, April 12, 6-8pm
Positive Behavior Approaches for Parents
Saturday, April 14, 9 – 11am
Entrenamiento Del IEP
Monday, April 16, 6-9pm
Is Your Child a Target of Bullying?
Wednesday, April 18, 6-8pm
Skills for Effective Parent Advocacy
Thursday, April 5, 12-1pm
Navigating Through Transition
Tuesday, April 17, 3–4pm
Introduction to IEP Workshop
Monday, April 30, 1-2pm
Contact NV PEP at (702)388-8899 or online at NVPep.org
All four Southern Nevada locations.
Monday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. – One FREE kids meal with purchase of adult entrée (eat-in only).
Grand Canyon Mall
4195 S. Grand Canyon Drive #101
Tuesday night kids eat free! From 4:00pm-close.
Every Day – Kids 10 and younger $2.99 for all-you-can buffet and .99 cents for bottomless drink. Valid at all participating Southern Nevada Locations.
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To reach 1,000’s of Las Vegas families call 702-530-2380
Nevada’s premiere equestrian riding camp, owned and operated by world-champion horse trainer Tara Clark. This annual summer camp program is held in cool Pioche, NV, at the world famous Amazon Ranch. Camp Camelot is a unique resident camp experience for young riders ages 8-16 which focuses on horsemanship throughout history. Transportation to and from the ranch is included from the Las Vegas area including McCarran Airport. Campers ride 2-4 hours a day on our professionally trained horses under strict supervision.
Other activities include hiking, fishing, outdoor camping in native American tipis (teepees) and period style tents, swimming in fresh water springs, enjoying dutch-oven meals, museum trips, history lessons, horse shows, visiting ancient petroglyphs, horse-painting and more!
Where: Pioche, NV, at the world famous Amazon Ranch.
Dates: June 11-16 (English Camp), June 18-23 (Western Camp), July & August Camp Dates TBA
Cost: Early Bird Discounts (25% OFF Regular Pricing), One Week Camp $700 with $200 deposit by Jan 31. Two Week Camp $1,440 with $440 deposit by Jan 31.
Ages: 8 to 16
Friendly Pines Camp was built on horses. We have one of the most solid and extensive equestrian programs in the nation. The equestrian program offers: Western Riding, English Riding, Mule and Pony Driving, Vaulting (Gymnastics on horseback) and Packing. Most riding activities are offered at elementary, intermediate and advanced levels. Children can ride as much (or as little) as they like at Friendly Pines, with never an extra charge! Our equestrian programs are CHA certified.
FPC has a well-established Ropes Challenge Course that meets the highest standard of challenge course technology. The Challenge program offers numerous high and low elements, plus a 32’ climbing wall. The Climbing program gives campers opportunities to rock climb and rappel in the Prescott area. While these programs are for campers 10 years old and up, the Junior Facilitators program is specially designed for our oldest campers who have been through those programs and want to take the next step. For our younger campers we have the Junior Adventure and Climbing program that samples both ropes course and off-course climbing. Supervision is provided by our experienced Challenge Director and his highly trained staff. These are some of our most popular and most closely supervised programs. We are proud of our safety record of over 25 years without a serious incident! We also offer hiking programs for those campers choosing to enjoy an adventure in the forest without leaving the ground.
Where: Friendly Pines Camp, 933 East Friendly Pines Road, Prescott, AZ 86303-8202
When: Session One: Sunday, June 17 – Saturday, June 30 (14 days)
Session Two: Sunday, July 1 – Saturday, July 14 (14 days)
Session Three: Sunday, July 15 – Wednesday, August 1 (18 days)
Trailseekers A: Sunday, July 15 – Monday, July, 23 (9 days)*
Trailseekers B: Tuesday, July 24 – Wednesday, August 1 (9 days)*
Ages: 6 – 10 / 11 to Teenager
Cost: $1990 per session
Located in the Toiyabe National Forest high above Las Vegas in the cool Spring Mountain Range, Camp Foxtail is open to registered members of Girl Scouts, ages 8 to 17 years old. Sessions run June through August and provide a unique educational experience where girls learn to live and work with other girls, and prepare them for the challenges of everyday life.
Ages: Girls 8-17
Weeklong summer experience in creativity led by local educators. Provides educational enrichment through exciting hands on activities. The Camp Invention program instills creative problem-solving and critical-thinking skills that will encourage children’s future success. Nothing could be more important than investing in children today for their tomorrow.
Gain a competitive edge! Create iPhone apps, video games, movies, and more at weeklong, day and overnight programs held at UNLV, UCLA, the University of New Mexico, Stanford, Princeton, and others. Small classes for ages 7-18 in a fun and challenging setting. Also 2-week, Teen-only programs held at Stanford, Yale, and other universities: iD Gaming Academy, iD Programming Academy, and iD Visual Arts Academy (filmmaking & photography).
Offering eight weeks of traditional day camp experience in the Las Vegas area for children ages 4-12, on the beautiful campus of Henderson International School. SRDC has something for everyone.
Campers are grouped by age and/or grade and are co-ed. We will honor all “Friend Requests” as long as campers are about the same age. Camp groups have an average of 16 -22 campers, depending on the day and week, and remain as one camp group with the same counselors throughout the session. All paid staff, both returning and new, are background checked by Meritas, LLC every summer (It’s the same background check Henderson International School uses to screen their teachers!) and there is a counselors in every group that is CPR/First Aid certified.
The Pre-K Groups are led by a licensed pre-school teacher and receive a morning snack and a time to rest after lunch. These groups participate in most of our regular camp activities, but also have their own space in a pre-school classroom to keep their belongings and give them a special place at camp. Pre-K students play on their own primary playground separate from the older campers to ensure their safety.
Daily lunch provided by Healthy Kids, LV. Campers may choose to buy a lunch or bring their own sack lunch to camp. Around camp we provide water jugs filled with cool water to refill campers’ personal water bottles and a small, healthy snack is provided for our pre-school and kindergarten campers before lunch. All campers receive a Popsicle at the end of each day!
When: June 11 – July 6 / July 9 – August 3
Where: 1165 Sandy Ridge Avenue, Henderson, NV 89052
Camp Director: Lisa Bienstock has more than 20 years of camping experience and is a credentialed teacher in Nevada and California. She is a mom of 3 active boys, and an involved parent at the Henderson International School. She is thrilled to provide a traditional day camp experience for the families of Henderson and to prove it can be done successfully in the Nevada summer. Contact her at 702-818-2149 with any questions or concerns or visit online Summitridgedaycamp.com
What better way to spend a week of summer than in the SKY! SkyCamp is the perfect way to combine fun and fitness. It’s five, half days of instructor-led activities, age-appropriate SkyRobics, open jumping and 3-D Dodgeball – all incorporating the fun and excitement of Sky Zone. Participation will be limited and sessions will be led/monitored by experienced SkyCamp instructors/monitors.
Where: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
4915 Steptoe Street, Suite 400
Las Vegas, NV 89122
When: M-F, 8am-12pm
Cost: $100 per person (Sign up with a sibling and get the sibling’s fee at half price).
Fun and action packed days filled with music, dance, gymnastics, martial arts, musical theatre, ethnic dancing, arts and crafts and so much more. Join in the festivities with crazy hair day, pajama day and lots of other camp fun. Each session will end with a talent show open to family and friends.
Camp is for boys and girls from 1st grade to 6th grade.
Where: Fern Adair Conservatory of the Arts, 3265 E. Patrick Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89120
When: Three sessions starting Monday, June 11, 2012, Monday thru Friday 9 am to 3 pm.
Sign up now for an amazing week of fun space is limited. This camp will have cardio, teamwork drills, learn the basics of martial arts, work on focus and coordination while having fun. All techniques will be based on the 5 Animals of Shaolin Kempo. There will be arts and crafts, games and movies. Plus much more.
Magical ballerina camps filled with dancing, beloved stories, exquisite costumes, sparkling tiaras, tea parties, crafts and new friends! All camps offer a new theme each week. Choose morning or afternoon sessions. Join us for enchanting fun!
Summer sessions offered in music, dance and art. Your child will learn lifelong fine arts skills from some of the best teachers in Las Vegas.
The Sound of Music (June)
Into the Woods (July)
Les Miserables (Aug)
The Academy of Etiquette & Protocol is committed to helping the next generation understand the “Art of Southern Hospitality” and good manners. The classes are broken up into fun and exciting activities that help children understand the importance of proper etiquette and prepare them for their adult years.
Teach your child a foreign language with Culture Kids, the most recognized name in hands on language training in Las Vegas. This year teaching French, Chinese & Spanish. Summer camp classes fill up fast. Space is limited, reserve yours now!
A summer program for children that includes an outstanding itinerary of activities and events including: sports, arts and crafts, field trips and more
Where: Multiple locations; JCC of Southern Nevada headquarters
9001 Hillpointe Road, Las Vegas, NV 89134, Adelson Educational Campus 9700 Hillpointe Road, Las Vegas, NV 89134 and Congregation Ner Tamid @ 55 North Valle Verde Drive, Henderson, NV 89074.
When: Session 1: June 25 – July 20. Session 2: July 23 -Aug. 10. A full summer session is also available from June 25 through Aug. 10.
Ages: 2 to 15
An Interactive StoryDance Camp for your little Prince or Princess with daily face paint, dancing, story-time, dress-up, tea party & more!
Southern Nevada’s only children’s museum has expanded its summer programming offerings again in 2012 to include an exciting variety of interactive weekly Summer Camps for local families. Campers will investigate, invent, experiment, interpret, strategize, discover and share what they’ve learned, but most importantly, they’ll have fun using their minds and engaging with others.
When: June 11- August 13, 8am-12pm or 1 to 5pm
Ages: 6-9 and 10-12. A wide variety of camp themes are available, including Living and Working in Space, Science Detective, Amazing Animals, Mystery of Puppetry, Grossology and many more.
Cost: $125 per weekly camp session for museum members and $140 per for non-members.
A camp for teens and preteens looking for some real excitement this summer. Each week is themed, providing an opportunity for teens to experience new recreation adventures. The program offers mentoring and leadership activities as well as opportunities to develop self-confidence and positive decision-making skills as teens take part in engaging activities and memorable field trips. Programs are supervised by staff members who understand and enjoy working with teens.
When: Available June 11-August 10, 7am – 6pm
Where: Miller Middle School, 2400 Cozy Hill Circle, Henderson, NV 89052
Cost: $110 per week (sibling discount)
Registration begins April 9 and is ongoing.For complete details and policies, view the current Youth Enrichment Handbook for Parents at cityofhenderson.com (type ‘camps’ in the search box).
Summer Adventure Camps
Skip the daycare and explore 180 acres of summer adventure! The Springs Preserve is offering 11 week-long summer camp programs for children. Springs Preserve Summer Adventure Camps provide young campers with new activities weekly: nature, archaeology, animals, plants, history, drama, crafts, and even swimming at the neighboring YMCA. Activities are led by education specialists and field experts to give campers a unique and educational experience. Summer camps are presented in partnership with Drama Kids International and the YMCA.
When: June 11 to Aug. 24
Where: Springs Preserve
Ages: 6 to 12 from
Cost: Enrollment is $200 per week ($180 for Springs Preserve members). After-hours care is available from 6:30 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m. for an additional $25 weekly fee. Enroll by April 30, and both members and non-members save $10 per week!
The City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is offering teens an opportunity to gain valuable career and life skills through its Teens-N-Training (TNT) junior leader program. The program runs throughout the summer.
The purpose of TNT is to train teens to become future recreation leaders and to provide assistance with the Parks and Recreation Department’s summer programs, including camps. TNT provides teens opportunities to enhance-confidence, gain leadership experience, and learn to provide outstanding customer service. Responsible teens selected to participate are given a summer assignment based on their skills, interests, availability, and location preference.
Applications are available online at cityofhenderson.com (type TNT in the search box) and at all City of Henderson recreation centers. Participation is open to teens ages 14 and 15 for $110. Space is limited and applications are accepted through April 20.
“This program provides teens with a hands-on opportunity to learn what it is like to interact with the public, be part of a team, and demonstrate leadership and responsibility,” said Xanie Gann, Recreation Services supervisor. “All qualifying teens are interviewed, which gives them the chance to experience what a real job interview is like. The interviews also help us to get to know each teen and identify which candidates are the most enthusiastic and willing to commit for an entire summer. We’re looking for teens with a positive attitude and a desire to excel.”
Teens chosen for the program will attend a training workshop that covers communication skills, leadership, conflict resolution, and program policies. Parents are also invited to participate in a workshop that provides an overview of the TNT program and outlines expectations for teens.
For additional information about the TNT program, call 267-4100 or visit cityofhenderson.com/parks .