Camps for kids at Cove still to come

Weekly programs run through Aug. 13

Kids in Solana Beach who are looking for exciting summer camps don’t have to look farther than Fletcher Cove.

Sponsored by the city of Solana Beach Parks & Recreation Department, the 2010 Summer Day Camps for kids began June 21, with weekly programs running through Aug. 13. All camps are for kids ages 6-12.

Though four sessions have already been completed, there are still three remaining camps.

“Awesome Astronomy” this week is giving kids the chance to explore the universe through games, crafts and a trip to the Ruben H. Fleet Science Center at Balboa Park.

“Rainforest Explorers,” running from Aug. 2-6, immerses kids in the world of rain forest animals through theme-related crafts and a trip to the San Diego Zoo. The final session is “Water Adventures,” From Aug. 9-13, campers will learn about underwater creatures, taking exploratory trips to Solana Beach’s shoreline as well as to the Wave Water Park.

All Solana Beach Summer Day Camps take place Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fletcher Cove Community Center, 133 Pacific Ave. Each session is $106 ($123 for nonresidents). After care is available from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for $27 per week.

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