Bourbonnais, IL – Enroll Now: BTPD Summer Camp 2024 Awaits Your Kids

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Bourbonnais, IL – Make this summer one to remember for your child with the BTPD Summer Camp! Starting May 1, 2024, you can register your 5 to 11-year-olds for a summer brimming with fun and learning. At BTPD, campers will flourish through a variety of leisure activities including sports, arts & crafts, games, and nature exploration. It’s an opportunity for kids to enhance their social skills, build a positive self-image, and enjoy the benefits of engaging, hands-on experiences.

The camp runs for 11 weeks, from June 3 to August 16, ensuring that your child’s summer is packed with excitement from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Children as young as five who are entering the first grade are welcome to join in the fun.

The weekly rate is set at $145 for residents and $160 for non-residents, making it an affordable option for summer engagement. To secure a spot, make sure to register in person at a BTPD facility and pay the $30 non-refundable registration fee per camper. You’ll then be able to choose the weeks you want your camper(s) to attend, with pre-registration required by 3:00 pm on the Thursday of the week before.

BTPD also offers an early drop-off service at the Exploration Station within Perry Farm Park and has a reliable pick-up system, with the Perry Farm Park Pavilion as the usual location, and alternative sites communicated via the Group Me App in case of rain.

Don’t let your child miss out on this summer’s adventure at BTPD! Visit btpd.org/summercamp to learn more and register. Let’s create unforgettable memories together this summer at BTPD!

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