Summer break may have officially begun when the virtual school year ended, but with so many summertime options for kids canceled or offered at limited capacity, many parents are scrambling to find engaging activities for their children. This partial listing of summer activities and camps is in response to recent requests. Check individual websites for specific details, availability, and Covid-19 updates.
*Please note that HPNA is providing this information as a resource and does not sponsor or endorse any of these activities.
CLARA’s Performing Arts Summer Camp — Session 2: July 13-24
E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts
Live digital classes for kids 10-18 features world-class performing artists.
(hip hop, acting on camera, storytelling through dance, spoken word, and drumming).
Scholarships are available.
Open for general admission by online appointment only. Visit website for camp information.
Open for general admission by online appointment only. Summer camps are postponed. Visit website camp update and to be placed on the camp waiting list.
California Parks and Recreation
(This includes California State Railroad Museum, State Indian Museum, Sutter’s Fort, and more.)
Presently all are closed. Visit the website for updates.
Crocker Art Museum
Closed, but visit website for at home online resources.
Contact: crockerart.org. (Click the red bar “Explore Crocker at Home” for digital resources)
Currently the gym is closed. Check website in July for opening schedule and Family Swim times.
* (Adult virtual classes are now available.)
Sacramento Public Library
Most libraries are closed, but many have curbside pickup available. Computer appointments are available at Carmichael and Colonial Heights.
City of Sacramento Camps and Summer Opportunities
https://www.sacramento365.com/categories/kids/ (Comprehensive list of area activities)