Cary’s School’s Out Camps Reach New Heights with More Options, More Locations
- Cary residents can register beginning February 5 for full-day and half-day summer camps for youth and teens in traditional and year-round schools; non-residents can register beginning February 19.
- New programming this year includes full day sports camp at WakeMed Soccer Park, a half-day action sports camp in Western Cary at Thomas Brooks Park, full and half day STEM and robotics camps, Zumba® kids, and three new full-day travel camps—Mountain Bike, Rocks & Ropes, and Advanced Action Sports Camps.
- Scholarships are available for qualified participants and payment plans are available for some camps.
Cary, NC - Cary residents can register beginning February 5 for Cary’s School’s Out 2018 programming which includes full day and half day summer camps, as well as workshops, classes, and clinics for youth and teens in traditional and year-round schools; non-residents can register beginning February 19. Pick up the School’s Out 2018 guide at any Town recreation and cultural arts staffed facility, Cary Town Hall, public library in Cary, or view it online at www.townofcary.org/programs. New programming this year throughout Cary includes a full-day sports camp at WakeMed Soccer Park, a half-day action sports camp at Thomas Brooks Park, full and half-day STEM and robotics camps, Zumba® kids, and three new full-day travel camps—Mountain Bike, Rocks & Ropes, and Advanced Action Sports Camps. Camper favorites like visual and performing arts, culinary, history and heritage, nature, recreation and sports camps round out the summer offerings.
All of this is packaged neatly together in our newly redesigned School’s Out guide which now contains four sections: Full-Day Camps, Half-Day Camps, Workshops, Classes and Clinics, and General Information. Full-day camps meet all or most of a day; half-day camps meet half of a day, morning or afternoon; and workshops, classes, and clinics make up shorter offerings that gather for a few hours. To make planning even easier, we’ve included a camp builder worksheet in the beginning of the guide to jot down all your favorites.
Fees vary depending on program type and duration; scholarships are available for qualified participants and payment plans are available for some camps.
The Town releases its School’s Out summer camp guide each winter, and this is in addition to its full program, teen, and senior guides, all of which are published three times annually: fall, winter/spring and summer. For ways to play in Cary, visit the Recreation and Enjoyment section at www.townofcary.org or call (919) 469-4061. For more fun in Cary, follow the Town on Twitter @TOC_Fun.
Jennifer Warner, Marketing Supervisor, (919) 462-3960
Carrie Roman, Public Information Supervisor, (919) 481-5091
Deanna Hawkes, Deputy Public Information Officer, (919) 380-4240