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Summer Camp Guide 2006


Almost nothing lights up kids’ faces quite as much as summer. And what better way for them to enjoy the long sunny days than at one of the plethora of camps Santa Barbara offers. There are more choices for your youngster than ever before: from overnight camps to day camps, science to nature, sports to arts, and just about everything in between. Ready for some wheel fun? Read on.

All links below are PDF file downloads.

Guide to the Guide

The Arts Enrichment & Academics Full-Day Camps Overnight Girls Only Special Needs Sports & Games Teens Science, Nature & Computers

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