Registration open, scholarships available for City of Gainesville summer youth programs
Press release from the City of Gainesville
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – As the academic calendar winds down for many area students, parents are encouraged to register children now for summer youth programs offered by the City of Gainesville and community partners.
Registration is open for Summer Swim Lessons and the Jr. Lifeguard Camp offered by the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department. More information about these and other aquatics programs can be found on the City website.
Scholarships are available for the Adventures in Play and Teen Life summer day camps. Application forms are available on the City website and are due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 18.
Heatwave and Midnight basketball programs are free of charge for area teens. Details about these and additional City youth programs and camps are available online.
“There is a wealth of activities for area youth this summer where they can have fun, learn new skills, and make new friends,” said Cherie Kelly, City Youth Services Manager. “Now is the time to sign up and get ready to play.”
Other summer camps
Visit the websites of these community organizations for information about their summer camps and youth programs:
Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention
Caring and Sharing Learning School
Cuscowilla Day Camps and Specialty Camps
Gainesville Area Community Tennis Association (Aces in Motion)
Gainesville Circus Center, Inc.
Greater Duval Out East Youth Support Services
Santa Fe College Northwest Campus – College for Kids
St. Barbara CFC Ministries, Inc. Leadership Institute
TeensWork Alachua Summer Youth Employment