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Auburn First Baptist Church Child Development Center

128 East Glenn Ave, Auburn  map




Summer Camp is a Field-Trip based Program; All summer, 7:00am to 5:30pm Monday - Friday. Drop-Ins Welcome (space permitting). Summer Camp Enroll-ment is currently taking place for Kindergarten-completion of 5th grade (child must have completed Kindergarten). The Child Development Center is a ministry of Auburn First Baptist Church in which we provide safe, loving, quality care for children in a Christian environment. We strive to provide the best in early education by providing hands-on learning so that each child may develop to his or her highest potential cognitively, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually.

Contact 1:Milissa Clowers, Director

Contact 2:Kristina Hickman, Office Assistant

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Phone: 334.821.8125

Email: afbcdc@gmail.com

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Bonnie’s Kids Childcare Center




When your schedule says, “You can’t be there”, place your kids in Bonnie’s Care. Bonnie’s Kids Child Care can lovingly step in when your busy schedule takes you away from your young, preschool children, when you naturally want them cared for and watched over with the same love, attention, protection and nurturing that you would provide yourself. Serving the Opelika region for over 25 years, Bonnie’s Kids Child Care has been helping working families with attentive, conscientious and supportive child care in times of need, providing young children with guidance, confidence, nutrition, emotional and physical exercising and support, and honest to goodness love. Summer camp includes 3 field trips per week for school age children including swimming, bowling, area parks, movie theater, Auburn University, Callaway Gardens and more! Also offering Premier Spirit Academy tumbling, dance, music, computer and more!

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Phone: 745.6248

Web: www.bonnieskidschildcare.com

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City of Auburn Parks and Recreation




Junior Camp Counselor Program-a volunteer position that teaches teens responsibility and allows them to mentor younger campers. This is a great opportunity for teens to learn invaluable skills necessary for their first “real” job and provides a great atmosphere to socialize with other junior camp counselors in a fun and exciting setting. In addition, this is a chance for teens to earn community service credit hours and give back to their community. Junior Camp Counselors are expected to bring a lunch and swimwear each day. Registration must be done in person at the Harris Center. The deadline for participants to register is Friday, May 19th. Two Junior Camp Counselors will be taken per week and slots are filled on a first come, first serve basis. June 5-9, June 12-16, June 19-23, July 10-14, July 17-21, and July 24-28. Ages 13-15 yrs. 334-501-2930; gmeredith@auburnalabama.org Science Camp: July 24, 26, and 28. 3:00-5:00pm. Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center. Ages 7-9yrs. Join us for partner science experiments, cool demos and friendly building competitions daily! Action packed fun guaranteed to please your favorite Einstein! $75/child, $65 for additional siblings. Summer Williams, winsleycoan@icloud.com; (334) 329-9361 Auburn Robotics Camp: June 23-24. Ages 10-14yrs. Ever dream of building a robot but didn’t know where to begin? Now’s your chance! The provided kits will need to be assembled, soldered, wired up and programmed. You will learn it all and keep the robot for future tinkering. No prior experience needed but a willingness to learn and strong math, science and critical thinking skills are beneficial. $125/child. Nathan Loden& Randall Stoves, auburnroboticscamp@gmail.com; (612) 888-3141 Small Fry Camp- Daisy Griffin & Kathy Nesmith, 334-501-2950, dstewart@auburnalabama.org June 1-August 31, 7:30-11:30am; Children will enjoy hands-on activities, music in song and dance, age-appropriate lessons, and class pets! Reinforces school readi-ness and promotes social skills. Children must be toilet trained. $935 per quarter or June only $330, July only $345, or August only $345. Ages 3-5yrs, 3 days a week. Summer Therapeutic Day Camp Applications Available beginning March 27. This is a seven week summer day camp designed for young adults with various disabilities (e.g., autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, developmental delays, hearing impairments, vision impairments). The Summer Camp is a joint project created and sponsored by Auburn Parks and Recreation and the Exceptional Outreach Organization. The Therapeutic Summer Camp’s curriculum program includes life skills training such as handling money, team work, social skills, Zumba, swimming, and other physical recreation activities (e.g, basketball, bowling, volleyball). The campers also participate in cultural experiences, such as going to the Blue Bell Ice Cream plant in Sylacauga, AL to see how the ice cream is made and of course taste it, and we have fun at the Wild Animal Safari, Pine Mountain, GA learning about all kinds of different animals. One of their favorite community experience field trips was taking a river boat cruise on the Harriett II, where they thoroughly enjoyed relaxing on the boat and learning about river life. Registration packets will be available March 28 at the Harris Center. All packets and registration fees must be turned in by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 5. Campers will be evaluated on an individual basis. $150, each addi-tional sibling $95. Payable to COA. Camp dates will be the following: June 1-26; we will not have camp the week of July 3-7 in order to celebrate the 4th of July; camp will resume July 10-21 and the camp banquet will be July 25.

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Growing Room: There’s a Rumble in Our Jungle

644 North Dean Road, Auburn  map




Kicks off May 30, 2017. Our Summer Camp includes exciting events and activities for every age group, from Infants to our School Agers. This year our Summer Camp will be a Beach Blast by the Sea! Each week our campers will participate in unique crafts and special events with themes related to different beach experiences. Our 4 year olds will enjoy bi-weekly field trips, while our School Age kids will enjoy fun & exciting field trips every week! Our summer curriculum continues to include educational concepts such as literacy, math, science, and character education. Children enjoy warm nutritious meals and the safest play possible on our state of the art playground. Give your child the best summer ever at the Growing Room. We’re open Monday-Friday, 6:30am-6:30pm. Come by today for a tour at 644 North Dean Road, Auburn, Al. Summer Camp registration opens to new enrollments on March 27, 2017.

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Phone: 501.2044

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My Gym




June 5-July 27, Monday &Thursday 9:00am-12:00noon, Wednesdays 1:00-4:00pm. My Gym Camp was created to enhance physical development and a sense of individual success. We do that through games, arts & crafts, relays, sports, gymnastics, rides and much more! Drop the kiddos off at My Gym for 3-hours of non-stop indoor fun. Snack Included! Summer Camp is great for children ages 2.5yrs to 9yrs! Space is limited so reserve your spot today! Members $30per day/ Non-members $35per day; Register by March 31st to get $5 off each camp day! Farm Day: June 5 Pirate and Princess: June 12 Camping/Outdoors: June 19 Super Heroes: June 26 Ocean: July 10 Music Dance: July 17 Circus: July 24

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Phone: 334.246.0987

Web: www.mygym.com/auburn

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The City of Montgomery Zoo Camp




Montgomery Zoo Education Department- Children ages 5-12 can enjoy learning more about animals, conservation and more all while having fun at the zoo). Full day camps: June 5-8, June 19-23, July 10-14; Half day camps: June 12-16, June 26-30, July 17-21, July 24-28. Advance Registration Required.

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Phone: 334.240.4900

Web: www.montgomeryzoo.com


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Camp iCare - Women’s Philanthropy Board

844.3506 lcr0004@auburn.edu

City of Opelika Parks and Recreation Camps

705.5560.

Kindermusik at Auburn UMC

826.8800

Kumon Math & Reading Center of Auburn

1550 Opelika Rd. #9, Auburn,
334.501.8586, www.kumon.com/auburn-opelika-al

Sew-thern Belles Sewing Studio

Stage Road, Auburn,
229.869.6775sewthernbelles@gmail.com