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Summer Activities for Kids

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Stewart Stables, Acampo
Stewart Stables offers a variety of camps during school breaks for young riders that build young riders’ confidence in handling and maneuvering a horse. Get paired for the week with your very own horse or pony and learn basic horse care, horsemanship, riding, vaulting. Current events and date options listed at Stewartfamilystables.com/summer-camps or call 209-453-7295.

Shades of Color Paint, Stockton
Shades of Color Paint offers a unique art studio experience. The studio offers paint on canvas, glass, ceramics/pottery, watercolor workshops, mixed media and more. Summer Camp Program – All ages welcome! June 5 – July 20, Tuesday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 5759 Pacific Avenue B135, Stockton (209) 594-0198, shadesofcolor.net.

Summer Sewing Camps, Modesto
Join the fun this summer to work on sewing projects that will build confidence and inspire creativity. Each student will learn at their own pace and develop a basic understanding of sewing machine operation and pattern use. For details and dates, visit sewyoungstudio.com. Sewing Instructor: Audrey Rowe.

St. Mary’s Youth Enrichment & Sports Camps, Stockton
Each weeklong camp meets Monday through Friday and is packed full of creative fun! There are half-day and full-day camps and individual weeklong classes of cooking, art or improv. Students can enjoy STEM activities and swimming. Sports Camps emphasize development and fine tuning of fundamental skills and conditioning. Visit saintmaryshighschool.org for dates, times and more information.

Lodi Kids Camp, Lodi
Camps operate during Lodi Unified school break in June and July. Campers will enjoy safe and age-appropriate outdoor activities daily, recreational and competitive games, team-building activities and exciting local/regional field trips. All camps will operate with the same underlying goals—to offer a place for youth to develop new lasting friendships and experiences, to promote healthy eating and physical activity, and to unplug from devices, just like the good old days!