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.