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B&G's 2010 Kindercamp summer is set
Camp times are 9 a.m.-noon each weekday, with aftercare set for 8-9 a.m. and noon-6 p.m. each weekday.
Cost is $80 per week; some field trips may require an additional fee. Payment is due no later than the Monday of each week.
Space is limited. For more information, call 683-8095.
Listed below are the camp themes for the summer.
_ June 21-25 - Space Adventures
This galactic week includes building Land Rovers, attempting to relocate some friendly aliens and studying space specimens.
_ June 28-July 2 - Farm Life
Green Acres, anyone? The group visits several local farms and tries their hands at making butter and ice cream.
_ July 5-9 - Under the Sea
A fun-packed week is in store, discovering what lives under the sea through a variety of hands-on activities. Field trips include visiting the Port Townsend Marine Science Center and Sequim Bay State Park.
_ July 12-16 - The World of Flight
Airplanes, helicopters, hot air balloons, rockets, birds - if it flies, Boys & Girls Club campers are checking it out. Field trips include the Coast Guard and the Museum of Flight.
_ July 19-23 - Puppet Theater
In this imaginative week, learn how to make a variety of puppets and the necessary props. The camp culminates with a fairy-tale performance. Field trip is to the Children's Puppet Museum in Bremerton.
_ July 26-30 - Kids Can Cook!
Youths rule the kitchen this week. Campers cook up loads of kid-friendly recipes, taking a field trip to pick berries, and a couple of guests come to share secret recipes.
_ Aug. 2-6 - Bug Mania
This creepy crawly week includes a visit from Seattle's Bug Safari and several bug hunts to discover the secret life of bugs.
_ Aug. 9-13 - Calling All Animals
Campers visit the animals this week, going to the Northwest Raptor Center and the Dungeness River Audubon Center, as well as bringing them in from a local 4-H chapter
_ Aug. 16-20 - Discovering our Own Backyard
Discovering the wonders of the Olympic Peninsula. Field trips include Hurricane Ridge, Marymere Falls and Salt Creek.