School's Out 2018 Camp Guide

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REGISTRATION BEGINS FEB 5 CARY RESIDENTS FEB 19 NONRESIDENTS WHAT TO DO CAMP This is when registration begins for the next session. Registration remains open until the event is full. See page 76 for complete details and additional information. AGE ELIGIBILITY Age eligibility for Summer and Track-Out Day Camps is based on Wake County Public School's guideline of August 31 as an age cutoff. If your child is currently enrolled in a non-Wake County Public School but meets the grade requirement for a camp, proof of enrollment/grade must be provided. Walk-in registration will be required for this. BUILD YOUR CAMP PLAN. Use the handy planning page to create your camp list. You can jot down locations, the number you'll use to register, and even "add-ons" like lunch supervision or after-care. PRO TIP: It's easy to make a full day camp out of two half day camps by adding lunch supervision for our locations that offer it. See pages 17, 34 & 49 for details. REGISTER. ONLINE | Visit BY MAIL | Mail a completed registration form and payment. Program Registration Town of Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources P.O. Box 8005 Cary, NC 27512 IN PERSON | Stop by one of our staffed facilities. See the list of staffed facilities on page 4. We'll be glad to help you! BROWSE THE GUIDE. The School's Out Guide is now divided into three parts to help you pick the type of camp that best fits your needs. Part 1 | Full day camps: All day or most of a day Part 2 | Half day camps: Half of a day, morning or afternoon Part 3 | Workshops, classes, and clinics: Shorter offerings that gather for a few hours Choose from program areas that include visual arts, performing arts, general recreation, history & heritage, nature education, outdoor recreation, sports, skateboarding, tennis, and special interests.

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