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    Published: June 24, 2020

    Updated: April 1, 2022

    By: Frances Ellison

    • Photo Credit: PAFA

    Looking to enroll your child in a summer program? Summer camps give kids a chance to learn and develop new skills, harness in their passion or even just have some good fun.


    With the coming of warmer weather and COVID-19 vaccines slowly becoming more accessible for children, summer camp offerings, like many things this year, have expanded to meet a variety of needs and safety concerns. Many camps now offer outdoor, virtual and hybrid options to serve more children this year.


    There are many offerings this summer for your child to enjoy, both in-person and virtual, and we've got the list! Below are camps for everything from dance to science from arts and culture orgainzations across the region.*


    If you or your organization has an upcoming summer course that you'd like to share, submit it to the Phillyfunguide using this form!


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    *Please be sure to view and participate in these activities safely. For up-to-date information on the City of Philadelphia's COVID-19 restrictions, visit their official website.

    Look below for all the virtual and in-person summer camps happening NOW:

    STEAM Day Camp
    Delaware Art Museum
    November 8th, 2022

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    Frances Ellison is the Digital Content Manager for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, and handles all things Phillyfunguide, including all digital content, social media and of course, the weekly Funsavers email. If you enjoy irreverently yelling into the void, read her portfolio. 

    Check out these fun virtual and in-person events tailored for children ages 2-6, supported by PECO!
    Are your kids home from school for awhile? Here are some virtual resources to keep them engaged while social distancing. (Photo Credit: StartupStockPhotos on Pixabay)


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