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YWCA Minneapolis Summer Camp

YWCA Minneapolis Summer Camp

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What we're all about...

Travel around the world this summer with YWCA Minneapolis! Our summer camps are safe, fun and diverse learning experiences designed for many ages, skill sets and interests.

Kids will explore art, music and science while celebrating cultures and traditions from Africa to the United Kingdom. Each child will create a photo journal to capture the memories of their favorite activities, foods and adventures from the summer. Each child will also be getting their very own passport that will be updated each week based on the country they “visit!" Learn more: ywcampls.org/summer

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YWCA Minneapolis Summer Camp
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Contact us

YWCA Minneapolis

Tami Mielke

612-215-4189

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Our camp address

YWCA Minneapolis Summer Camp

1130 Nicollet Mall

Minneapolis

MN

55403

Founded:

1891

Type:

Day

Age Range:

Youth in grades K-5 (in 2021-2022)

Campers:

All genders

Lodging:

N/A

Capacity:

N/A

Accreditation

NAEYC Accredited & Four-Star Parent Aware

What we offer...

Activities

Summer Kids Day Camp
We provide hands-on learning specific to the ages, needs and interests of our campers.

Our camp features:
- Games
- STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) theme-based activities
- Service and cultural activities
- Arts and crafts
- Structured learning and reading time, enrichment activities and schoolwork support as needed
- Outdoor games and activities on our playgrounds
- Breakfast and lunch included
- Safe outdoor exploration of the community around us

Cost & Sessions

Camp Dates and Times
YWCA Downtown | June 27 – August 31 | 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
YWCA Midtown | June 27 – August 31 | 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
YWCA Children’s Center at Abbott | June 27 – August 31 | 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
All centers closed Monday, July 4

Camp Q&A

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Is tuition assistance available?