There’s a fresh coat of snow on the ground, but don’t let that fool you. Some parents already feel like they’re behind on their summer planning. With so many choices for day and overnight camps, and for every possible interest area, sorting through it all can feel like doing your taxes. “It’s hard to imagine how early you need to get it all done,” said Lindsay Litman, a mother of two from New Hope. “Not only do camps fill up, but you need to save money for them.”
Science and Math are usually subjects kids want to run from in the summer. But one local camp is tricking students into learning by doing creative projects. Leonardo’s Basement does everything from art projects to lego building and cooking classes.
Every summer, Minnesota becomes a mini-mecca for football. It is where NFL players hone skills and up-and-comers dream of being invited into that fraternity. The mayor of the gridiron town is Larry Fitzgerald Jr. It’s his vision that made it and it’s his attitude that keeps him coming back.
The GRAMMY Foundation recently announced that GRAMMY Camp, its signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students, will take place in Los Angeles, Nashville and New York this summer.
Children affected by the deadly tornado that struck north Minneapolis in May will have a chance to recover at a special summer camp.
Arizona Cardinals’ wideout Larry Fitzgerald recently held his annual football camp and training sessions. Among the rising talents on the field was former U of M star and newest Denver Broncos’ receiver Eric Decker. The […]
Macalester College junior Danny Calderon submitted a proposal to the university’s Institute of Global Citizenship student council for a summer program, and his idea got accepted. The young man joins the program to talk about […]