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Beth Sholom Early Childhood Center
Address: 1011 N. Market Street, Frederick, MD
21701
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Beth Sholom, a Conservative-affiliated egalitarian congregation, has served the Frederick community for more than 100 years. We offer numerous educational and worship opportunities, social and cultural events, and community-oriented activities for members of all ages. We encourage our congregants to take advantage of the many avenues of participation we offer.

Beth Sholom’s educational offerings include Beth Sholom Early Childhood Center for two- to four-year-olds, religious education for children ages five through 16, and a variety of courses for adults taught by Rabbi Hersh, Cantor Shulie and Rabbi Tzvi Tuchman from Baltimore.

Shabbat services are held each Friday evening and Saturday morning, and Tot Shabbat and religious school-led Friday evening services are held monthly. Weekday minyanim are held every Thursday morning.

Youth group advisers plan monthly cultural and social events for children of all ages, and the adult programming committee organizes monthly social, cultural and educational activities for adults.
Beth Sholom members are committed to Tikkun Olam, or repairing the world. Throughout the year congregants engage in service activities that help those in need in the local Frederick community and beyond.

We welcome all to learn, worship, celebrate and get involved! We look forward to getting to know you.

Business Website Address: https://www.bethsholomfrederick.org/
Business Phone Number: 301-663-3437
City of Frederick Parks & Rec
Address: 111 Airport Drive East, Frederick, MD
21701
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Mission
To provide for diverse recreational opportunities and amenities that enhance the quality of life for our residents and visitors to the City of Frederick through the creation, operation, and maintenance of a comprehensive parks and recreation department.

Business Phone Number: 301-600-1492
Crestwood Oakes Child Care & Camp
Address: 3851 Prices Distillery Rd, Ijamsville, MD
21754
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Camp Eagle
Outdoor Activities

Our popular Summer Camp offers all-day outdoor activities that enriches kids lives and provides an active escape to boredom.

Swimming: Children from 5 years
Swimming develops the whole person: spirit, mind, and body. In swim lessons, we use a combination of fun methods to help kids overcome fears, build confidence in the water and develop skills that last a lifetime. Swimming lessons are offered on-site under the careful instruction of a Red Cross certified swim instructor.

Horse Riding: Children from 5 years
Crestwood Oakes offers horseback riding classes, including how to properly care for horses.

Tennis: Children from 5 years
Basic skills are taught using age-appropriate equipment including special balls, ten and under court lines, and smaller racquets, while emphasizing fun and cooperative learning.

Zip Line/Rock Climbing: Children from 5 years
We have a zip line on location that kids get to enjoy under the direct supervision of trained personnel. This activity is offered weather permitting.
About Us
Located on almost 10 acres in Southern Frederick County, Crestwood has been growing positive, successful, happy children for 46 years.

Business Website Address: http://crestwoodoakes-campeagle.com/
Business Phone Number: 301-831-6500
Dance Unlimited Summer Camp
Address: 244B S. Jefferson St., Frederick, MD
21701
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Summer Dance & Acting Classes

Mini Dance Camps and Musical Theatre Workshops, a multi-week Summer Workshop Series for the motivated dancer who wants to take their dancing to the next level, Evening Classes for ages 2 thru Adult –
there’s something for everyone at Dance Unlimited this summer!
Mini Dance Camps (ages 4-6)
Mini Musical Theatre Workshops (ages 5-10)
Musical Theatre Workshop (ages 11-18)
Summer Workshop Series (accelerated training)
Evening Class Summer Session (ages 2-18)
Adult Summer Session (ages 18+)

Business Phone Number: 301-662-3722
Maryland Ensemble Theatre
Address: 31 W. Patrick St., Frederick, MD
21701
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SESSION I (June 22-July 3, 10am-3pm)
Final Performance Friday, July 3 at 3pm:
Creating Theatre: Ages 7-11
Students taking this camp will explore all aspects of theatre including acting, voice, movement, make-up, costume, set and prop design. The goal is to learn about all of the elements of a stage production and how they are brought to life onstage. This 2-week camp culminates in a final performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380
Musical Theatre Project: Ages 12-16
Students taking this camp will explore the three basic elements of musical theatre: acting, singing and dancing. The goal is to learn and strengthen technique to become a confident ‘triple threat’. This 2-week camp culminates in a musical theatre performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380

SESSION II (July 6-17, 10am-3pm)
Final Performance Friday, July 17 at 3pm:
Musical Theatre Project: Ages 7-11
Students taking this camp will explore the three basic elements of musical theatre: acting, singing and dancing. The goal is to learn and strengthen technique to become a confident ‘triple threat’. This 2-week camp culminates in a musical theatre performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380
Performance Project: Ages 12-16
Under the guidance of our seasoned professionals, students taking this camp will use MET’s ensemble based exercises to create an original theatre piece. The Performance Project Intensive explores acting, voice, movement and playwriting techniques that shape all of MET’s original work. This two-week camp culminates in a performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380

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SESSION III (July 20-July 31, 10am-3pm)
Final Performance Friday,July 31 at 3 pm:
Musical Theatre Project: Ages 7-11
Students taking this camp will explore the three basic elements of musical theatre: acting, singing and dancing. The goal is to learn and strengthen technique to become a confident ‘triple threat’. This 2-week camp culminates in a musical theatre performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380
Improv Intensive: Ages 12-16
Students taking this camp will use basic improv exercises, stand-up comedy techniques and scene work to learn how to write and create an original comedy show. This 2-week camp culminates in a performance by the young actors in the style of Second City and Saturday Night Live. $380

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SESSION IV (August 3-14, 10am-3pm)
Final performance Friday, August 14 at 3pm:
Creating Theatre: Ages 7-11
Students taking this camp will explore all aspects of theatre including acting, voice, movement, make-up, costume, set and prop design. The goal is to learn about all of the elements of a stage production and how they are brought to life onstage. This 2-week camp culminates in a final performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380
Musical Theatre Project: Ages 12-16
Students taking this camp will explore the three basic elements of musical theatre: acting, singing and dancing. The goal is to learn and strengthen technique to become a confident ‘triple threat’. This 2-week camp culminates in a musical theatre performance by the young actors on the MET Mainstage. $380

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TINY STAGES!
MINI 1-WEEK CAMPS FOR LITTLE ONES AGES 3-6 YRS.
Using creative play, this camp encourages young ones to explore their imaginations through movement, voice, craft activities and more to experience storytelling and the magic of theatre. The young actors will present a mini play each day! $190
Tiny Stages: Ages 3-6 (June 22-26) (9am-12 noon)
Tiny Stages: Ages 3-6 (July 6-10) (9am-12 noon)
Tiny Stages: Ages 3-6 (July 20-24) (9am-12 noon)
Tiny Stages: Ages 3-6 (August 3-7) (9am-12 noon)

Business Phone Number: 301-694-4744
Skate Frederick Summer Camps
Address: 1288 Riverbend Way, Frederick, MD
21701
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VICTORY HOCKEY SUMMER CAMPS
During the summer months, Skate Frederick brings in a team of dedicated professionals with NHL and Olympic experience to work with our athletes. We offer a range of training experiences designed to fit the needs of the individual player.
Skate Frederick offers a comprehensive selection of ice hockey camps for the beginner to the advanced player. These camps feature instructors with extensive playing, coaching and teaching credentials. There is something for everyone!

LEARN TO SKATE SUMMER CAMPS
Get out of the heat and into the cool!
Our Summer Learn to Skate Camps are now available, registration now being accepted.
Try one of our Learn to Skate or hockey camps, designed for skaters and players of all ages and levels.
Tot camps are available for four and five year olds. Beginner level skaters age 6 and above will enjoy our Learn to Skate camps. Intermediate skaters (Basic Skills level 3 through 6) will improve their skating skills and have lots of fun! Advanced Skating Camp includes Basic 6 level and above, Synchro Skaters, and USFS
Pre-Preliminary and above.
4 & 5 Year Old Ice Skating Camp
This 3 day camp is designed for the beginner skater through Snowplow 3. Skaters will be introduced to the basic skills of ice skating, balance, forward stroking and much more. On ice games, off-ice crafts, and snacks will also be a part of this exciting camp. Rental skates are included!
Basic Skills Skating Camp
This 5 day camp is designed for 6 years old and above for the beginner skater through Basic 4. When it’s mighty hot outside, you won’t have to be! This is your chance to learn how to slide, glide, and swizzle across the ice while having fun and making new friends. Camp includes rental skates and snacks. Also available- All Day “Winter Wonderland” camps. Register through Frederick Community College “Kids On Campus” program by calling 301-846-2430.
Intermediate Ice Skating Camp
Enhance your forward and backward crossovers while learning other figure skating skills. This camp will introduce skaters to jumps, spins, edges, synchronized skating and more. Learn off-ice training techniques and their benefits. Camp includes daily snacks and rental skates. Skating levels- Basic 5 through Freeskate 2.
Advanced Skate Camp
This week long training camp is back by popular demand for skaters Freeskate 3 and above, synchro skaters and USFS Pre-Preliminary & above. . Camp instruction includes: figures, power skating, jumps, spins, body position, off-ice stretches, and nutrition. Camp includes daily snacks.
Introduction to Ice Hockey Camp
This 5 day camp is a fun and exciting way to learn the fundamentals of the “coolest game on earth!” Learn the basics: forward & backward skating, puck control, passing, shooting, and game play. Skaters must have basic skating skills or permission from the Hockey Director. Basic Hockey Equipment Package Required.
Skate Frederick camps are instructed by certified US Figure Skating, Professional Skater’s Association or USA Hockey instructors.
THE ACTION’S ON THE ICE….BE THERE!!!

Business Website Address: https://skatefrederick.com/camps/
Business Phone Number: 301-662-7362
The Claggett Center
Address: 3035 Buckeystown Pike, Adamstown, MD
21710
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The Claggett Center offers week-long, residential, camp programs for youth from completed 2nd grade to recently-graduated high school seniors. Whether climbing high on the ropes course, or diving deep at the pool, there’s something for everyone here at Claggett. From adventures on the Monocacy River and Sugarloaf Mountain, to swimming, games, campfires and classic skits, campers are sure to create new friendships and renew old ones year after year.

Summer Camps at Claggett are Christian formation ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Camp is grounded in Scripture and tradition, and encourages campers and staff to use their whole selves as ways to explore the Christian Story. Each week a chaplain participates in all camp activities, and supports the ministry of camp through prayer, participation and spiritual direction.

Thank you for your support of our Summer Camp programs! We welcome your support of our campers in need by making a donation to the camp scholarship fund.

Business Website Address: https://www.claggettcenter.org/
Business Phone Number: 301-874-5147
The Kitchen Studio Summer Camp
Address: 5301 Buckeystown Pike, Frederick, MD
21704
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We love to cook with kids and teens at TKSCS! From our ever popular sold-out summer cooking camps to fun after-school classes held during the school year, to birthday parties and Scout troops, we have a blast in the kitchen teaching kids ages 6+ how to have fun and really cook from scratch.
We adapt to your child/teen’s cooking level and involve them throughout the cooking process, from measuring to cooking to helping to lend a hand with clean-up!

Business Website Address: https://kitchenstudiofrederick.com/
Business Phone Number: 301-663-6442
Tuscarora Tennis Club
Address: 5216 Renn Road, Frederick, MD
21703
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Tuscarora offers tennis camps every summer in our beautiful facility. Our goal is to keep kids active and encourage tennis as a lifetime sport of fun and great exercise. Players will enjoy working with our Pros on a variety of tennis skills, fun games, drills and match play. All players should pack healthy snacks and water bottles for breaks. Also bring a notebook, hat/visor, towel, wristbands and sunscreen.

Quickstart (Ages 5-7) & Young Beginners (Ages 8-10)
Offered Monday through Thursday, 9am-12:30pm. We work on basic tennis skills with upbeat drills and exciting games. We help players develop motor skills needed for different strokes, allowing each child to move at their own pace and ability. We use low compression balls and size appropriate equipment to get players rallying and playing points comfortably. The camp emphasizes working with a partner, good sportsmanship and tons of fun! The camp is $250 per week (4 days).

Low Intermediates (Ages 10-14)
Offered Monday through Thursday or Friday, 12:30pm-4:00pm. This camp is geared toward higher level drills and developing skills and strategies for singles and doubles match play on a standard court. Similar goals of team building and sportsmanship are encouraged in preparation for high school tennis and tournaments. More physical conditioning is emphasized to build strength and speed needed for competitive play. This camp is $250 per week (4 days).

Focus Camp (Tournament Level and High School Players)
Offered Monday through Thursday or Friday, 12:30pm-4:00 pm. These junior players should be committed to tournament competition as this camp is a concentrated program of multiple stroke drills, game planning and addressing the mental toughness and physical fitness needed to succeed. Players will be recorded for video analysis and compared from the beginning to end of the week. Advanced match play and strategy and specialty strokes are combined with intense daily fitness training. We will also review pre-match warm-ups, stretches and focusing rituals, proper hydration and nutrition and racquet care. Training will be on hard courts as well as our Har-tru (clay) courts outside. The camp is $250 per week (4 days).

Business Website Address: https://www.tuscaroratennis.com/
Business Phone Number: 301-473-5050
Urbana Riding Club
Address: 2700 Roderick Rd, Frederick, MD
21704
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Summer Kids Club
Riding everyday -no experience necessary -ages 6 and up

This is our most popular club and is open to girls ages 6-15 and boys ages 6-12, beginners through advanced as each group is additionally divided at riding time into appropriate skill levels. Members arrive between 7am and 9:00am with scheduled activities beginning at 9:00am. A typical day at Urbana Riding Club has members riding in a lesson or trail ride for one hour each day and an additional hour of pony games one time each week. Kids Club members also swim each day and participate in two or three additional activities which change throughout the week, ie. archery, climbing wall, zipline, slip & slide, crafts, field sports, scavenger hunts and many more. Members are encouraged but not forced to participate. We accept 90 participants per session in this program.

Summer Pit Crew
Must be 14, have attended URC and can handle horses
This is a program our older campers suggested and we are very excited to offer. The Pit Crew Program is offered at a discounted rate as these children will be working part of the day. Pit Crew participants must be 14 years old, have attended URC Summer Kids Club in the past, and feel comfortable working around horses. Pit Crew participants arrive between 7am and 9:00am with scheduled activities beginning at 9:00am. A typical day for Pit Crew is a riding lesson or trail ride for one hour each day, swimming, and helping the riding staff in the rings for several hours. This is a program designed for responsible teenagers that are interested in the CIT program in the future. The Pit Crew is limited to 10 participants per session.
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Summer Ultimate Riders Clubs

Ultimate-Must be Must be 8 years old (Junior) 10 years old (Ultimate) and have riding experience.

The Ultimate Riders Club accepts girls who are at least 10 years old by June 1, 2020 and have experience in riding and handling horses. Ultimate Riders must be able to walk, trot and canter as a group and jump at least 18″. Boys are encouraged to join Ultimate Riders but please know that most boys choose the Kids Club program.

Junior Ultimate Riders Club accepts girls who are at least 8 years old by June 1, 2020 and have experience in riding and handling horses. Junior Ultimate Riders must be able to walk and trot as a group. Boys are encouraged to join Junior Ultimate Riders but please know that most boys choose the Kids Club program.

Ultimate Riders arrive between 7am and 9:00am with scheduled activities beginning at 9:00am. A typical day has Ultimate Riders riding in a lesson or trail ride for an hour each morning and an hour each afternoon. This is TWO HOURS OF RIDING EVERYDAY! Ultimate Riders also swim and have crafts but most of their day is spent riding and learning about horses. This program is limited to 16 participants per session in each club. Ultimate riders will be assigned riding rings according to their ability but will spend the rest of their day with their age appropriate group.

CIT (Counselor in Training)
Must be 15, have attended URC, and can handle horses.

We like to think that CITs are potential counselors looking for an opportunity to learn and develop into our future leaders. We recognize CITs have leadership skills, and abilities which help make camp a phenomenal place. CITs have opportunities to teach and learn about activities, to plan and to implement programs, and to develop and use skills vital not only to camp, but to the world outside of camp. CITs learn about, amongst other things: How camp is run on a daily basis How to handle and care for horses What skill set is needed to work with kids (conflict resolution, management, etc.) How to communicate with counselors and activity leaders to improve results of programming How the camp’s different personalities mesh together for a common cause Those are only some of the items you will experience as a CIT at camp. You will find that the camp will blend teaching and experiential learning to give you the best possible chance to grow as a potential counselor and as a leader in and outside of camp. URC accepts teens going into their Sophomore year in high school as CITs. Unlike most camps, URC does not charge tuition for CITs but expects them to be helpful to our paid staff. We reserve the right to ask our CITs not to return if they are not helpful. CIT’s are assigned duties as needed. CIT’s must be 15 years old by June 1, 2020, have attended URC Summer Kids Club in the past, and feel comfortable working around horses. CITs are expected to attend the training sessions and to be at URC from 9:00am to 4:00pm for at least four weeks. CITs at URC will receive a riding lesson each morning and a swim time reserved exclusively for them and the PIT CREW each camp day. The CIT program is limited to 10 participants per session and always fills early.To apply for the CIT program you will need to fill out an employee application which you will need to contact us for.

Business Website Address: https://www.urbanaridingclub.com/
Business Phone Number: 301-874-2000