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PLAY'S THE THING : Making Educational Activities Fun Is the Name of the Game for These Summer Programs

May 28, 1992|RICK VANDERKNYFF | Rick VanderKnyff is a free-lance writer who regularly contributes to The Times Orange County Edition.

Academy is for high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors only. Players receive advanced coaching designed to increase their chances of playing college soccer. The live-in program fee includes room and board. The extended day camp allows day campers to stay until 8 p.m. Special goalkeepers sessions on July 12 through 17 (girls) and Aug. 2 through 7 (boys).

Fee: $375 for live-in, $175 for day camp and $275 for extended day camp per session.

Ages: 13 to 16.

When: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, weeks beginning July 6, 13, 20 and 27, and Aug. 3 and 10.

Golden West Soccer Camps at Other Locations

Geared for the younger player who wants to stay close to home but receive quality instruction. These day camps are located throughout Orange County and are geared for boys and girls ages 6 to 14. Students can attend half-day ($70 per camper) or full-day sessions ($110 per camper) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call Golden West Sports at (714) 644-4771 for list of soccer day camps.

Hat-Trick Tour 1992

Six teams will be selected to represent southern California in tournaments located in Denmark, Germany and Holland. Divisions will be boys under 14, 16 and 19 years old. For more information, call Golden West Sports at (714) 644-4771.

IRVINE COMMUNITY YMCA

SUMMER DAY CAMPS

4750-A Barranca Parkway

Irvine

(714) 552-9323

YMCA camps emphasize social values such as sharing, caring and cooperativeness. Several field trips, including Knott's Berry Farm, Wild Rivers and Disneyland are planned. Fees are per session. Financial assistance is available for needy families. Youths need not be YMCA members to attend.

Y-Frontier Club

Day camp activities will include beach trips, sports, crafts, hikes and creative dramatics. Campers will go on field trips to local points of interest and amusement parks. Register for as many one-week sessions as desired.

Fee: $85 YMCA members; $95 non-members.

Ages: 5 to 11

When: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 22 through Aug. 28.

Y-Adventure Club

During each two-week session, campers will go bowling, roller skating, to the beach and attend an overnight campout. Register for as many sessions as desired.

Fee: $195 YMCA members; $215 non-members.

Ages: 10 to 13.

When: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 22 through Aug. 28.

Y-Camp Arbolado

Highlights of this resident camp include a 40-foot ropes course, hiking trails, archery range and horseback riding. Other activities include soccer, volleyball, frisbee golf and canoeing. There will be eight to 10 campers in each cabin with a trained counselor.

Fee: $220 YMCA members; $240 non-members.

Ages: 6 to 12.

When: Saturday through Friday, Aug. 22 through 28.

Y-Camp Oakes

Resident campers will explore hiking trails, archery range and horseback riding. Sports include soccer, volleyball, frisbee golf and canoeing. There will be eight to 10 campers in each cabin.

Fee: $230 YMCA members; $250 non-members.

Ages: 8 to 12.

When: Saturday to Saturday, July 4 through 11.

Catalina Island Caravan

Five days of snorkeling, fishing and hiking at Little Fisherman's Cove on Catalina Island. Under the guidance of trained YMCA volunteers, campers cook their own meals and plan their own activities.

Fee: $160 YMCA members; $180 non-members.

Ages: 11 to 15.

When: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday through Friday, Aug. 22 through 28.

Y-Camp Fox

A Catalina Island camp for teenagers. Campers can participate in waterskiing, sailing, snorkeling, hiking, volleyball, dances and campfires. Staff to camper ratio is 1 to 10.

Fee: $260 YMCA members; $275 non-members.

Ages: 12 to 17.

When: Monday to Monday, July 13 through 20.

YORBA LINDA YMCA

18333 Lemon Dr.

Yorba Linda

(714) 777-9622

Sessions feature outings to parks, beaches, museums and other local attractions. Extended hours from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. are available at no additional charge. Rates are based on two-week sessions.

Y-Wonders

Children participate in games, crafts and water play.

Fee: $100 YMCA members, $110 non-members.

Ages: 3 to 5.

When: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 22 through July 3, July 6 through 17 and 20 through 31, Aug. 3 through 14 and 17 through 28.

Y-Discoverers

Campers enjoy games, swimming, sports and crafts. A field trip to a major theme park will highlight each of the six sessions. Fees include park admission costs.

Fee: $165 YMCA members, $180 non-members.

Ages: 5 to 9.

When: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 22 through July 3, July 6 through 17 and 20 through 31, Aug. 3 through 14 and 17 through 28.

Y-Adventurers

Adventurers travel each day to local attractions, beaches, zoos, museums and parks. Campers also participate in games, sports, crafts and swimming. Fees include park admission costs.

Fee: $170 YMCA members, $185 non-members.

Ages: 9 to 13.

When: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 22 through July 3, July 6 through 17 and 20 through 31, Aug. 3 through 14 and 17 through 28.

NEWPORT HARBOR ART MUSEUM

850 San Clemente Drive

Newport Beach

(714) 759-1122

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