Spring Break Camps

Check out these fun and enriching options for Spring Break Camps!

BaxterSports Camp

Courtesy BaxterSports

Spring Break means fun, freedom, and friends, and you’ll find all of this and more at BaxterSports Spring Break Camp. Established in Portland in 2008, BaxterSports offers award winning camps that are fun, active, and engaging no matter your child’s experience or skill level. With a mix of traditional sports and creative games, their Spring Break Camp combines indoor and outdoor activities designed to get your kids out of the house and on the move.

Northwest Children’s Theater

Courtesy NWCT

Northwest Children’s Theater’s award-winning camps are coming to a neighborhood near you: NWCT’s new home, The Judy in downtown Portland, plus Beaverton and NE and SE Portland. Campers will learn theater skills in a safe and welcoming environment, while gaining confidence, building social skills, and having fun!

Spring Break Camp is the first programming at NWCT’s new home at 1000 Broadway, and they are celebrating with a scrumdiddlyumptious immersive camp: Wonka’s World at The Judy!

Lovegood Performing Arts Company

Courtesy Lovegood Performing Arts Company

It’s never too early to “break” into Broadway! Lovegood offers a safe, fun and nurturing environment where kids can pretend, create, and learn a Broadway tune! Campers will work on one group song with simple choreography, and also explore parts of theatre like puppetry, mask-making, sound, light, improvisation, costuming, sets, and makeup! There will be opportunities for students to work backstage or onstage, in singing roles or not, all while learning an important word: teamwork!

 Herrold Stables, LLC

Courtesy Herrold Stables, LLC

To attend a camp at Herrold Stables, a rider needs no horse knowledge, but should come prepared for fun walking, trotting, and possible cantering as abilities allow. Grooming, care, horsemanship, equitation riding, and games are played daily. Campers will be hands on from cleaning stalls, feeding, showmanship leading, and a lot of horseback riding! Experienced and beginner students will be in separate groups in order to improve their skills at their own pace. Once at camp, student will be grouped by age and ability.

Aim High Martial Arts & Events

Courtesy Aim High Martial Arts

Aim High is hosting Art Camp this year for spring break! Campers will get artsy by painting flower pots, finger painting and more! In between crafts, campers will get active & learn some martial arts moves from one of Aim High’s top-notch instructors.

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