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New This Week on Camperoo

Here at Camperoo, we are locating and listing the coolest camps and programs on a weekly basis. If you haven’t yet found the ideal summer camp for your children, look no further. Here are some awesome programs that are brand new to Camperoo:

The Neill-Cochran House Museum is a historic Greek Revival-style property located in Austin, Texas. Thousands of tourists from around the world visit the museum every year to enjoy and study the museum, and now children can get in on the fun as well. The Museum is offering two week-long sessions of summer camp, with a nineteenth-century theme. Campers will play lawn sports like croquet and badminton, make homemade ice cream, and learn proper etiquette, among other things. Not only will kids stay active and learn new things, but they will gain an appreciation for how people in the Victorian age lived and played. These camp sessions fill up quickly, so check them out at www.camperoo.com/store/neillcochranhouse

Also in Austin, The Acting Circle’s camp and classes are now available.The studio has earned props for the supportive, nurturing environment, and the staff focuses on working with every student individually. Their summer camp operates in two different sessions over July and August, and classes go all throughout the year. Sign up now at www.camperoo.com/store/theactingcircle

The mission of the Center for Positive Advancement (CFPA), located in Richton Park, Illinois, is to continue school-quality education year round, so that students don’t lose out on any precious learning time. Their “Smarty Pants Summer Camp” instructs kids in math, science, and reading, while still allowing them to participate in traditional summer camp activities like horseback riding, paddle boating, arts and crafts, and field trips. Their camp runs in week-long sessions from mid-June through early August. See more details about their camp at www.camperoo.com/store/smartypantscamp

Campers who want to get involved in dance can get a great start at TRU Dance Project, located in Austin. They offer a wide variety of themed camps, including a “Frozen” themed camp, a Fairy Princess camp, and even a Hip-Hop Intensive camp. No experience is necessary for the camps, and children will not only learn coordination and dance moves, but gain self-confidence as well. Check them out at www.camperoo.com/store/trudanceproject

    We hope these new options give you and your family some great ideas for how to plan out your summer! Our full listing of camps and activities is available on www.camperoo.com

About Christina Nunn

Hi, I’m Christina, a writer and Community Builder at Camperoo. I love researching and writing about random topics that relate to kids, animals, and weird history. I have a huge, crazy family and am the oldest of eight kids.

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