Summer Camp Guide, 2007:

Campership Alliance Program

The Campership Alliance is a community-based collaborative that provides more than 500 scholarships to low-income children. The Alliance is comprised of the S.B. Museum of Natural History, Police Activities League, Boys and Girls Club, City of S.B., Eling’s Park, S.B. Youth Foundation, Money Camp, S.B. Zoo, and Refugio and UCSB Junior Guards. Contact PAL at 962-5560.

Illustration by Ben Ciccati

Scholarships are also available for the following camps. Please refer to Camp sections for full information about the activity.

The Arts

Art off the Wall: Sculpture and Beyond


DaVinci Camp! Invent, Draw, Build

Endless Summer: A Vacation in Painting

La Cumbre Theatre Summer Performance Workshop

Lobero Circus Camp

Made in Santa Barbara: Art and Architecture

Sensational Art! See, Feel, and Paint

Enrichment and Academics

Computer Quest

Inside Thailand

Living Like Writers

Somos Amigos

Full-Day Camps

Lompoc Family YMCA Summer Day Camp

S.B. Zoo Camp

Westside Boys and Girls Clubs Daycamp

Girls Only

Dare to Do: Camp Whittier

Overnight Camps

Camp Whittier 2007: Where the Adventure Begins


Youth Aquatics/Swimming Lessons

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