CFYCD 21C SUMMER PROGRAM AT CAMP NAWAKWA

FREE! Six weeks of educational summer fun at Camp Nawakwa in Biglerville!

June 24-Aug 2.
Mon-Thurs, 9am-1pm. No camp Fridays or on July 4th.

Bus transportation provided in each school district; pick-up begins at 8 am and drop-off ends at 2 pm.

Open to 4th-8th grade students in these school districts: LASD, CVSD, FASD, BSSD, UASD (also open to the HPMS.)

Contact sami@cfygettysburg.com, 717-338-0300 x104, or 717-339-6201
Center For Youth and Community Development – 21st Century program

“SUMMER QUEST” AT ADAMS COUNTY LIBRARIES

A UNIVERSE of Stories!  ¡Un UNIVERSO de Historias!

Activities, prizes, performers, STEM, movies, and programs available at library branches in Biglerville, Carroll Valley, East Berlin, Gettysburg, Littlestown and New Oxford.

All ages

Online Registration begins May 20th.  Activities begin June 1, end August 11th.

Check out packed events calendars at adamslibrary.org/events

CFYCD 21st CENTURY AFTERSCHOOL CENTERS

Free! (for summer program, click here.)

Afterschool 21st Century Community Learning Centers offer students a safe, supportive and fun place to grow. 

Homework Help/Tutoring, Interactive/Cooperative Activities, Positive Character Development, Academic Enrichment, Environmental Exploration, Career Development Options, and Fitness/Healthy Lifestyle Activities

Students participate with visiting musicians, artists, local craftsmen, and community partners!

Adams County program sites:

Bermudian Springs Middle School, Grades 5-8
Upper Adams Middle School, Grades 5-8
Fairfield Middle School, Grades 5-8
Conewago Valley Intermediate School, Grades 4-6
New Oxford Middle School, Grades 7-8
Maple Avenue Middle School, Grades 6-8
Gettysburg High School, Grades 9-12

Monday-Thursday, 3 hours/day beginning at last bell.

Contact Sami at CFYCD (717) 338-0300 x 104, sami@cfygettysburg.com
for Adams County sites and other site locations.

Center For Youth and Community Development, home of Collaborating For Youth

 

ADAMS COUNTY 4-H CLUBS & OVERNIGHT CAMP

Animal Clubs
A 4-H animal club is a club that focuses solely on one specific animal instead of projects. Members without animals are still able to participate in an animal club by completing an animal-less project.  Includes: Beef Club, Dairy Beef/Dairy Club, Goat Club, Adams County Horse Club, Poultry Club, Rabbit Club, Sheep Club, Swine Club

Visit the 4-H Animal Club website for full details, or phone Carolyn McGraw, 717-334-6271.

Community Clubs
Community Clubs do not focus on one specific project, they offer several different projects members can choose from. There is something for everyone.
Clubs are in New Oxford, Upper Adams, and York Springs

Visit the 4-H Community Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.

Special Interest Clubs
Special Interest clubs focus on one specific project.  Includes Craft Club, Dog Club, Seeing Eye Puppy, East Berlin Sharpshooters, Tractor Safety, Veterinarian Science, and Teen Senate Club

Visit the 4-H Special Interest Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.

4-H South Central Regional Overnight Camp
For enrolled 4H members ages 8-18.  June 29-July 2,2019. Camp Eder, Fairfield.
$100. Deadline-June 3.
Contact Darlene M. Resh, 717-334-6271

Check website for additional summer opportunities

Adams County 4-H, Penn State Extension
670 Old Harrisburg Road, Suite 204
Gettysburg, PA

CUB SCOUTS, BSA SCOUTS & VENTURING – BATTLEFIELD DISTRICT, NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM COUNCIL, BSA

Cub Scout Packs, grade K-5

Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family.  In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.

BSA Scouts, youth 11-17

Scouts BSA is the traditional Scouting experience for youth in the fifth grade through high school. Service, community engagement and leadership development become increasingly important parts of the program as youth lead their own activities and work their way toward earning Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout. NOTE: Beginning in February 2019, this program is transitioning to include both young men and young women.

Venturing – Co-ed 14-20

Explore passions, make friends, discover the world. You’re always looking for an adventure. Rappelling a cliff. Perfecting your shot. Designing a robot. Kayaking into the sunset. Exploring your faith. Volunteering at an animal shelter. The choice is yours!  Venturing is youth-led and youth-inspired. You’ll acquire life skills and gain experiences while having a blast.

SUMMER CAMPS are available for Cubs and BSA Scouts.  Financial assistance available.

For more information contact Christopher Lontz, Director, Battlefield District, New Birth of Freedom Council, BSA
christopher.lontz@scouting.org, (717) 827-4569

CanTEEN – YWCA HANOVER

OPEN TO YOUTH IN GRADES 5—8. COME HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS!

Looking for something to do on Saturday evenings?  JOIN US

3rd Saturday of the month
$2 Cover Charge at the door
Play a game of pick-up basketball
Grab some friends and play a game of volley ball
Music & Dancing in the Community Room
Food & Drink available for purchase

YWCA HANOVER
23 W. Chestnut St. Hanover, PA 17331 | Phone: (717) 637-2125

KIDS CORNER – SOUTH HANOVER YMCA

AGES 6-16
Enjoy Foosball, ping pong, buzzer beat basketball, Xbox, air hockey, Pac Man and more!

Free to Members and included in a Non-Member day pass

Mon-Fri 4:45 pm-8 pm, Sat 7:45 am-12pm

South Hanover YMCA
650 Fairview Dr., Hanover
717.632.0294

LITTLESTOWN BRANCH, ADAMS COUNTY LIBRARY

59 W. York Street, Biglerville
(717) 677-6257

Visit the Littlestown Library’s CHILDREN’S EVENTS CALENDAR for special events and weekly activities, including:

PRESCHOOL STORY TIME • TODDLER TIME  • BABIES & BOOKS  

 

“GO” (GET OUTDOORS) AND EXPLORE THE UNIVERSE! AC LIBRARIES, WELLSPAN HEALTH

A free program for children and families in Adams County that encourages reading and physical activity during the summer months.

Fifteen “launch pads” – wooden marker posts with a unique etching attached – have been hidden in Adams County parks and trails.  When you find the post, use a crayon or pencil to rub the unique etching on the rubbing sheet. It proves you found it and is your key to winning some great prizes!

What is the “Sky Map” and is it required?
The ‘GO and Explore the Universe!’ Sky Map is the official guide to both the GO Adams! physical activity program and the Adams County Library System’s Summer Quest Program. Each Sky Map includes:

  • An overview of the hobby of letterboxing
  • Fifteen (15) pages that contain clues to locate each launch pad (post), and information about difficulty level, mileage, and on-site amenities (e.g., water, playground)
  • Directions to participating parks
  • Reward levels and prizes for locating launch pads (posts)
  • List of sponsor organizations and participating parks

GO Adams! participants are also provided with a sheet on which the rubbings can
be applied. Submission of this sheet at the end of the program validates that launch pad posts were found and ensure prize eligibility.

When does the program start and end?
The GO and Explore the Universe! program officially begins on Friday, June 1, 2019 and ends on Sunday, August 11, 2019. Children and their parents have most of the summer to locate up to fifteen (15) instruments at their own pace. However, all rubbing sheets have to be returned to an Adams County Library no later than Sunday, August 18, 2019 to be eligible for prizes. All posts will be removed from their locations at the completion of the program.

How can children receive prizes?
All children that locate and rub three (3) unique etchings on the rubbing sheet that accompanies their Sky Map receive a reward for participating in the program. Children who locate and rub more than three (3) instruments increase their eligibility to win prizes.

The GO Adams! Facebook page is a “real time” means of communicating with and among participants. Facebook group members post pictures of their GO Adams! adventures and encourage each other in their search to locate Launch Pads.

The website goadams.org provides additional information, including recommended Adams County library books that correspond to each Launch Pad, and directions to each participating park.

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