Here is another source for summer camps! The City of San Jose's Parks and Recreation Department provides year-round activities for our citizens. You can find many diverse activities for adults, teens, and children. Many parents, however, eagerly look forward to the summer guide for their school-aged children! Of special interest are the weekly summer camps.
If you have a child who is interested in athletics, check out the Skyhawks camps. These camps include not only the perennial favorites like soccer, basketball, and baseball, but you may also find some unique sports like archery! If you have a child who is interested in art, you may find classes in cartooning, sculpture, painting, etc. There are dance classes, too (ballet, jazz, hip hop, hula, etc.). I even found a class combining dance and martial arts called capoeira!
Online registration is now open for classes listed in the Spring Citywide Activity Guide. Check out the wide variety of offerings at the Almaden Community Center including spring break camps and summer camp opportunities as well as classes in art, dance, music, health, fitness, sports and early childhood recreation. In addition, aquatics programs are offered at the Camden and Mayfair Community Centers. There’s something for everyone! Set up an account to register online, register by mail, or visit the Almaden Community Center to sign up. Register by Saturday, April 16 to be eligible for prizes from donors such as the SJ Sharks, Great America, and the Children’s Discovery Museum. Contact the Almaden Community Center at 408-268-1133 for more information.
Did you know you can now register online for classes and camps offered at Almaden and other San Jose community centers? Check out the wide variety of offerings in the online Citywide Activity Guide or pick up a copy at your local library. Registration begins December 11 and classes begin the week of January 18. Set up an account to register online, register by mail, or visit the Almaden Community Center to sign up.