Learn about Menlo Park’s city-run summer camps on March 2 at at Arrillaga Family Recreation Center

by Contributed Content on March 1, 2018

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Bring the family and learn about this year’s upcoming summer camp offerings on March 2 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, 700 Alma St. Free pizza, games, and crafts will be available for attendees while they learn about the many options and get a chance to meet the staff!

Register your child for a City-run camp at the event and receive 10% off! In addition, a raffle will be held at the end of the event for summer-themed prizes and even a free week of camp!

Teens and young adults will have the opportunity to submit applications for summer positions and meet & greet with potential employers.

Here’s a partial list of camps:

Camp Menlo – 100 Terminal Ave – K-5th grade
Camp Menlo is a recreational summer offering a wide variety of activities including arts & crafts, cooking, indoor/outdoor sports, swim lesson (additional fee), recreational swimming, and field trips based on exciting weekly themes.

Menlo Palooza – 801 Laurel St – K-5th grade
Arts & Crafts, Science projects, and group games are all part of the Menlo Palooza camp. Each week the children participate in field trips as well as escape the summer heat by taking a dip in the Burgess pool.

Summer of Service – 801 Laurel St – 6th-8th grade
Each morning, Staff will meet some of the participants at the Menlo Children’s Center located at 801 Laurel Street to be transported to the Onetta Harris Community Center. Participants will be transported back to MCC at the end of the day. With a combination of work and fun throughout the week, this middle school camp focuses on decision-making, conflict resolution, and teamwork. Weekly service activities and field trips round out this unique camp. Block H & community service hours can be earned through this program.

Madness Camps – Arrillaga Family Recreation Center – Munchkin: 3–4.5 years, Mini: 4.6–6.9 years, Menlo: 7–12 years. Counselor In Training Program: 13–15 years
Madness camps are a great opportunity for children to engage in fun weekly themed activities including indoor/outdoor games, arts and crafts, enrichment activities, swim days and field trips! They will have the opportunity to explore Menlo Park, learn new skills, and develop friendships along the way.

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