Registration Opens for Aquatic and Recreation Summer Activities

Written by The Bee

May 21, 2018

LAKE HAVASU CITY–The Lake Havasu City Aquatic and Recreation Department is now accepting registration for all of their summer programs.

Participants who are age five and entering Kindergarten through fourth-grade will be a part of Sunshine Kids Camp being held at Havasupai, Oro Grande, or Starline starting June 4 through July 20. Participants entering fifth through seventh grade will be part of Camp Iwannago at Thunderbolt Middle School from June 11 through July 19. Camps will be held 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with the exception of July 4.

Cost to attend the summer camp program is $290 for the first child and $230 each additional child in the same household. Spots are limited so it is encouraged that parents and guardians don’t delay in signing their children up.

Children will participate in a variety of activities such as gym games, crafts, imagination play and more. Field trips include swimming at the Aquatic Center, bowling at Havasu Lanes and kicking back to enjoy a movie at Movies Havasu. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at no charge courtesy of the USDA. An afternoon snack will be provided or campers may bring their own.

Other great summer youth opportunities include the pool, as well as, on land. Whether you are looking for summer swim lessons, a beginning swim league, Junior Lifeguards, Youth Adventure Camp, We Play, tennis lessons, a basketball clinic, parties for kids, or a babysitting course, the recreation department has what you are looking for.

All summer program registration is limited. For more information or to register, visit our website at www.lhcaz.gov or contact us at 928-453-8686.

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