Registration opened for Y summer programs this week.
Camp registrations completed through April 30 save a $25 registration fee.
Summer options for teens and elementary-school aged youth are available.
The Y has two camp choices for youth in kindergarten through seventh grade.
Y Camp offers a traditional day “camp” experience for elementary age youth featuring arts and crafts, drama, sports, assembly, swimming, hikes, field trips and the opportunity to create friendships with other kids in one’s own age group.
It includes fun, hands-on science projects, and a Camp Readers program. Y Camp will have a Dr. Seuss-book weekly theme at Barranca Elementary School.
The also has an outdoor-based camp, iCARE Adventures on the Pajarito Plateau, which focuses on hands-on, nature and play-based environmental education. Barranca Elementary is the point for drop-off, pick up and inclement weather, but this camp is held at area trails and canyons.
Additionally, during the two days before school starts, iCARE Day Camp will hold a garden-themed outdoor-based camp.
Several sports-themed day camps are also being offered with dates to be announced.