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Mary A. Castillo

Baseball camp teaches players the fundamentals of baseball including

hitting, throwing, base running, sliding, infield and outfield play and

game situations. Registration is $100 person and $60 for each additional

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family member. Session for players ages 7 to 10 begins June 24; ages 10

to 13, July 8; and ages 7 to 13 combined, July 15. Information: Laguna

Beach Community Services, (949) 497-0716, Ext. 6.

Basketball camps will be offered for boys and girls. The camp is

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designed to help players learn from practice and competition in sessions

that teach teamwork and sportsmanship. Separate sessions for incoming

second- through sixth-graders and incoming fifth- through eighth-graders

begin July 29. Registration is $160 per person and $80 for each

additional family member.

Cheerleading camp is a program for students to learn cheers, jumps and

a dance routine. Separate sessions for children ages 5 to 8 and 9 to 13

begin Aug. 19. Information: Laguna Beach Community Services, (949)

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497-0716, Ext. 6.

Kyne Dance Academy of Laguna Beach will present summer dance workshops

that provide solid dance training for students starting at age 5.

Information: Laguna Beach Community Services, (949) 497-0716, Ext. 6.

Laguna Beach Junior Lifeguards not only help students develop a sense

of teamwork, sportsmanship and confidence, but also a better appreciation

of the hazards and opportunities in the marine environment. Prospective

students must pass a swim test scheduled for June 1, 15 and July 9 and

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16. The first sessions for juniors and teenagers will begin June 24.

Residents, $175 per session; $200 for nonresidents. Information: Laguna

Beach Community Services, (949) 497-0716, Ext. 6.

The Laguna Playhouse Summer Institute will present Summer Starts 2002.

Children can spend part of the summer strutting their stuff on the

boards. A Creative Drama and Movement workshop will be offered for

students ages 6 to 8, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, July 8 through Aug. 1. The

final project will be presented on the last day of class.

A second workshop, Kids on Broadway, is geared for students ages 9 to

13. This class will meet from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday and Tuesday and

8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday to Friday, July 8 through Aug. 5. The

final performances will be held at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Aug. 5.

Information: Donna Inglima, (949) 497-2787, Ext. 202. Web:

www.lagunaplayhouse.com.

Little Mermaids and Sea Cubs is a special program for children ages 6

through 9. They will be briefed on beach and ocean safety, explore tide

pools, and learn about sea creatures. The first session will begin June

25. Cost: $50. Information: Laguna Beach Community Services, (949)

497-0716, Ext. 6.

Miss Linda’s Castle is a place where students can dance, sing and have

fun. Classes will include pre-ballet, combo tap, ballet and jazz, musical

theatre. Registration costs vary. Information: Laguna Beach Community

Services, (949) 497-0716, Ext. 6.

No Square Theatre will host workshops on musical performance, creative

theatre and performance, jazz singing, vocal improvisation and vocal

audition for the musical theatre. Class sizes are limited and filled on a

first-come-first-served basis. Classes and performances will be held at

the rehearsal studio, 221 Broadway. Information: (949) 497-2584. Web:

www.nosquare.org.

At the Laguna Club For Kids, campers ages 5 to 12 can engage in arts,

crafts, games and field trips. Sessions will meet at Bluebird Park, 1470

Temple terrace. Information: (949) 494-7630.

Surf School students can sign up for weeklong surfing and

ocean-awareness programs. Children at least 10-years old can learn the

fundamentals of surfing and marine safety. Registration is $500 per

session. Classes will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday trough

Friday at Thalia Street Beach. Information: Laguna Beach Community

Services, (949) 497-0716, Ext. 6.

Tennis lessons for youth and teens will be offered throughout the

summer. The first sessions will begin on June 24. Registration is $104

per series. Information: Laguna Beach Community Services, (949) 497-0716,

Ext. 6.

United Methodist Church will hold a vacation bible school, “Good’s

Great Gallery: Exploring God’s Wonderful Works.” This multi-generational

program for both children ages 4 to 11 and adults, will provide an

opportunity to explore and expand creativity through various experiences.

The kick-off starts at 6 p.m., Aug. 18. Registration begins June 2.

Information: Kevin Yates, (949) 499-3088, Ext. 21.

Volleyball camps are designed to teach players to improve individual

and team skills. The first session for players ages 8 to 18 begins July

8. Registration is $100 per person and $50 for each additional family

member. Information: Laguna Beach Community Services, (949) 497-0716,

Ext. 6.


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