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Summer Events To Keep Your Kids Entertained

School is almost out for most students since summer break starts in the next couple of weeks.

That has many parents looking for summer camps for their kids.

There are a lot of programs out there for your kids this summer.

Almost every branch of the YMCA offers a day camp through the summer. Prices range from $40 to over $100 a week depending on the YMCA branch.

For a registration form, call (334) 279-8666.

Auburn Montgomery offers a little education and activity with their summer camps.. (http://www.aum.edu/academics/schools/continuing_education/youth_programs/index.aspx?id=6194

Rising first through fifth graders can sign up for three different camps, each a week long, and all with different interests.

The titles really say it all: - Harry Potter: Hogwarts & Beyond focuses on science mixing potions and exploding animals.

The Almost High School Musical II camp has an emphasis on dance, and Aumatouille - is a cooking camp.

Here's the number for that registration information - (334) 244-3000

Several private schools in Montgomery offer summer camps.

St. James has camp STJ (http://www.stjweb.org/acad_elem_camp.asp),
Montgomery Academy has Camp Eagle (http://www.montgomeryacademy.org/page.cfm?p=140)
Trinity has super summer sessions (http://www.trinitywildcats.com/community/students-parents/summer-sessions).

They offer general day camps as well as sports oriented and special interest camps.

All of these camps offer weekly sessions to accommodate families who plan to take summer vacations so you don't pay for weeks you don't use.

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