Super season

Five summer camps that will show your children a super month

Super season
Garvey’s Club – Summer Camp 2017

What is it? Every day brings new excitement at this fun summer camp at Garvey’s. Whether you seek sport activities to keep your children fit and active or art adventures to bring out their creativity, Garvey’s has it all. Additionally, there is LEGO education, science experiments, Monkeynastix and much more. The kiddies will get T-shirts and certificates. Siblings get a 10 percent discount.
Age group: Three to 12 years.
Cost: QR140 (per individual).
Details: Camp runs 8am-1pm. July 2-September 7. Garvey’s Club, Aziziya, Salwa Road, (6616 0379).

Summer Art and Design Programme 2017

What is it? Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar has a range of interesting skills you can learn over the summer. Their summer art and design programme is open for children as well as high school students. The classes will run during July and August, and children can learn everything from art and experimental print to 3D sculptures and fashion design.
Age group: Four and above.
Cost: Prices vary depending on the class.
Details: Classes start 9am onwards. July 9-August 3. VCUQ campus, Education City, Al Luqta Street, (4402 0555). List of classes:

Enana Summer Ballet Camp

What is it? Get your children on their toes at Enana Ballet Academy’s summer camp. They can learn different skills like ballet, gymnastics and pop dance. The regular art and craft options are there as well. Before/after care is available at QR50 per day and siblings get 10 percent discount.
Age group: Five to 12 years.
Cost: QR200 (per day), QR750 (one week) and QR2,500 (one month or 20 days).
Details: Camp runs 9am-1pm. July 2-August 31 (except Fridays and Saturdays). One photograph and a copy of ID/passport is required for registration. Enana Ballet Academy, Haloul St, (4444 1399, 6677 7399).

QSports Summer Camps 2017

What is it? QSports has put together a massive summer camp in collaboration with various schools across Qatar, including the various branches of Newton schools and Qatar Foundation. The camps are designed to expose children to multi-sports and some of the activities include swimming, Taekwondo, kick boxing, tennis and basketball, Zumba, aerobics, cooking, LEGO/Robotics, field trips and so much more. You can register at any of their venues listed below.
Age group: Four to 14 years.
Cost: QR800 (one week), QR3,000 (four weeks).
Details: Camp runs 8am-2pm. Starts July 1. Al Jazeera Academy, Newton schools (four locations). (4017 6791, 3308 7381).

IAID Summer Workshop 2017

What is it? This summer, engage your kids in IAID’s performing arts classes because nothing screams memories and fun like a Bollywood dance lesson or a guitar session. Besides all the regular activities you’d find at summer camps, they have a special personal development workshop with an experienced trainer. All participants get certificates at the end.
Age group: Three to 18 years.
Cost: Prices vary.
Details: Times vary. Runs July 2-August 24. IAID, D Ring Road, (4441 1234).

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