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2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Active & Sports Camps
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10 Free Things to Do in February in the Twin Cities
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4 Ways to Celebrate the Lunar New Year with Kids in the Twin Cities

2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Active & Sports Camps

TWIN CITIES 2020 SUMMER ACTIVE & SPORTS CAMPS

Stay active and busy all summer long with this round up of action-packed camps. Perfect for kids who need to be on the move – choose from activities like soccer, gymnastics, tennis, sailing, skateboarding, bouldering and lots more. Please check out our Featured Listings – they make our 2020 Twin Cities Summer Camp Guide possible!

Camp Pillsbury  | 315 S. Grove Avenue, Owatonna, MN 55060
For ages 6-17 | Sleep Away Camp | up to 10 weeks | $850/week

Camp Pillsbury provides the chance to fly on a trapeze, participate in musical theater, sports, learn magic tricks, go horseback riding, tumble, dance, banana boat, and play instruments – all in the same day!
Camp Pillsbury is a fun, safe, unique summer camp that provides over 100 activities to campers ages 6-17. Our staff is made up of experienced professionals that have been hand selected for their particular expertise. Campers choose their activities daily and only participate in what interests them. Dormitory sleeping quarters provide safe and comfortable accommodations and our professional chef at our onsite dining hall provides healthy, tasty meals.

3rd Lair Skatepark | Golden Valley
Skateboard Camp sessions run June-Aug, Mon-Fri, 9am-noon | ages 6-16 | $200/week

Center for Blade Arts | South Minneapolis
Modern Olympic fencing camps for all ages run from 10am-2pm Monday-Friday in June and July 

Circus Juventas | St Paul
Circus sessions run June-July, 9am-3:35pm  | ages 6-15 | $85/day & $405/week

InnerCity Tennis | Summer Tennis in the Parks, Minneapolis
Sessions run mid-June thru July | ages 6-17 | $100, scholarships available

Joy of the People Soccer Center | St Paul, Minneapolis, Edina
Full and half-day option sessions run early June to late August | ages 5-15 | $115-$139/week | Endless Summer options run from $599-$699.

Lake Calhoun Sailing School | Minneapolis
Two week sessions run early June to late August | ages 7-18 | $270-$495

Little Gym of Edina | Edina
Half-day sessions | ages 3-12 | $25/day

Kenwood Gymnastics Summer Camps | St Louis Park
Monday through Thursday summer sessions run June 22, 2020 to August 27, 2020 | ages 6-13 | $180/mornings only; $360 full day.

Kid Yoga Minnesota | Minneapolis
Themed yoga camps with extended day options. Sessions run mid-June-early August, 9 am-3 pm | ages 5-10 | $75/day or $355/week

Minneapolis Bouldering Project | Minneapolis
Weekly camps early June to late August | ages 5–12 | $250 – discount for early bird registration

National Sports Center | Blaine
Next Level Sports Camps. Sessions run June-August | ages 8-13 | $275-$375/week.

New Horizons Camp Discovery | Multiple locations
Session runs June-August | ages 5 years old through 4th grade | register anytime

PLA-it, Revolutionary Sports | Minneapolis
Offered every day of summer. Register for one-day, one-week, or multiple day sports camps | ages 4-14 | Daily price ranges from $65-$75, week-long camps $235-$265

Sanneh Foundation Soccer Camps | Various locations
For ages 5-12. Free soccer camps at parks throughout the Twin Cities.

Skills FC – MN Futsal Academy  | Cliff Fen Park- 120 Cliff Rd E, Burnsville
For ages 6-14 | Day Camp, runs Monday-Friday | $225

St Paul Urban Tennis | St Paul
Sessions run mid-June-late July, 2020. Weeklong sampler camps are $45/pp

TAGS Gymnastics Camp | Eden Prairie & Apple Valley
Gymnastic Camp for girls and boys. Half & full day options available | ages 3-17 | $119-$399

Vertical Endeavors | Bloomington & St Paul
Climbing camp in single day, half and full day sessions run early June to late August | ages 6-13 | $55-$375

 Is your camp missing? We would love to include it in our Summer Camp Guide. Inclusion is FREE. Click this link to sign up to learn how to be included.


Return to: FFTC’s Guide to 2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps

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10 Free Things to Do in February in the Twin Cities

Once the holidays and hockey season are over, I tend to change my tune about winter. If you’re like-minded, we’ve got plenty of free ways to hunker down inside and wait out the rest of the cold snap. Or, if you desire to be out of doors, we’ve included some frosty winter festivals. For more ideas on planning your February family time together, check our Family Fun Calendar or our seasonal February guides:

February Family Events Guide

Free Twin Cities February Family Events

Twin Cities Winter Survival Guide

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4 Ways to Celebrate the Lunar New Year with Kids in the Twin Cities

The Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, is celebrated by more than 20% of the world. Like Easter, it is calculated by the lunar calendar rather than the solar calendar – so the date changes from year to year, depending on the moon phases. Also, it is actually celebrated for 15 days. In 2020, it falls on January 25th and 2020 will be the Year of the Rat according to the Chinese Zodiac.

We have a few opportunities to celebrate around the Twin Cities:

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