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Youth Winter Programs Registration Opens Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Registration for the Town of Frisco’s youth fall and winter programs opens on Wednesday, August 11. The Town offers a variety of athletic and educational programs for kids ages 5 – 12, and is adding two new after school options this year- a library program and a science program with SNO Education. The camps and programs provide the opportunity for youth to have inspiring adventures after school or during their break, while giving parents the peace of mind that their children are in a safe and interesting environment.

“Our kids’ programs offer enriching and engaging after-school activities to the children of Frisco. As we wrap up a successful summer of programming, we are excited to change gears into fall and winter and once again offer athletic, artistic, and educational after school options, as well as day camps for when school is not in session,” stated Grant McKay, recreation programs coordinator.

Registration Information

Registration for these programs will open online on FriscoCamps.com on Wednesday, August 11, 2021.

  • Registration opens at 8:00am for those who live and/or work in Frisco or Copper.
  • Registration opens at 12:00pm for the general public.

Registrants should provide proof of residency or employment (lease, utility bills, ID with physical address, or paystub) via email prior to August 11. This step is not required for those who have provided proof of residency or employment for summer 2021 registration.

Parents of campers with any special needs must email at least ten days in advance of their child’s attendance of a Town of Frisco Recreation Program. The Recreation Programs staff will set up a time to discuss what reasonable accommodations can be made for the camper.

Fall and winter 2021/2022 Programs

After School Biking

The after school bike program at the Frisco Adventure Park is open to kids ages 5-12. Instructors will guide participants through the Frisco Bike Park and on Frisco Peninsula trails to focus on body positioning, balance, and technique as they progress throughout the session. Participants should feel comfortable on a bike with gears and hand brakes.

Town of Frisco staff will bike with participants from Frisco Elementary School to the Frisco Adventure Park. Participants will need to carry their backpack with them to the program.  Parents are asked to park their child’s bike at the bike racks at Frisco Elementary.

Dates:

  • Session I: Mondays August 23 – October 4 (no class on September 6), 4:15pm-5:30pm
  • Session II: Wednesdays August 25 – September 29, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Cost:

  • $90 for Session I
  • $120 for Session II

After School Skateboarding

Open to youth ages 5-12, instructors will guide the participants through the Frisco Skate Park features and will focus on body positioning, balance, and technique as they progress throughout session. Participants should feel comfortable on a skateboard. Transportation will be provided from Frisco Elementary.

Dates:

  • Session I: Tuesdays August 24 – September 28, 4:15pm-5:30pm
  • Session II: Thursdays August 26 – September 30, 4:15pm-5:30pm

Cost:

$90 per session

SNO Education

The Town of Frisco is partnering with SNO Education, an up-and-coming business with roots in education and childcare. Participants will learn about science and nature through interactive activities. SNO Education will be based out of the Nordic Center and transportation will be provided from Frisco Elementary.

Dates:

  • Wednesdays, August 25 – September 29, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Cost:

  • $120 per session

Visit www.snoeducation.com for more information about SNO Education.

Library Program

The Town of Frisco is partnering with Summit County Libraries (SCL) for a Monday after school program. SCL staff will be lead participants through a variety of activities including crafts, science experiments, games, and reading. The library program will be held at the SOS building at 3rd and Granite.

Dates:

  • Session I: Mondays, September 13 – October 18, 4:15pm – 5:30pm
  • Session II:  Monday’s November 1 – November 29, 4:15pm – 5:30pm

Cost:

  • $90 for Session I
  • $75 for Session II

After School Art with Frosted Flamingo

The Town of Frisco is partnering with The Frosted Flamingo for an after school art program. Open to children in grades K-5, participants will complete a different art project each day that is individually packaged and available to take home. Program meets from 4:15pm-5:30pm at the SOS building at 3rd and Granite. Transportation will be provided from Frisco Elementary.

Dates:

  • Session I: Thursdays October 7 – 28, 4:15pm-5:30pm
  • Session II: Thursdays November 4 – December 2 (No class on Thanksgiving), 4:15pm-5:30pm

Cost:

$60 per session

Historic Park Fridays

The second annual Historic Park Fridays offers hands-on learning and fun activities for all ages. Each weekly lesson will focus on a major theme in Frisco’s history, from the Ute People to the modern ski industry. Kids will interact with our artifacts every week and play historic games like “Claim Jumping”, “Button-Button”, and “Guess the Fur.” Trained museum staff will lead this program and will answer questions about the history of Frisco. Transportation will be provided from Frisco Elementary.

Dates:

Fridays, September 3 – September 24, 4:15pm-5:30pm.

Cost:

$60 per session

Winter Vacation Sensation

The Winter Vacation Sensation is a State-licensed day camp open to kids ages 5 – 12. The camp offers themed activities that provide educational opportunities on the days the kids do not have school including during their fall and winter break. Our instructors lead the participants through group activities, team building, arts and crafts, and often times include local field trips to playgrounds. This camp meets from 8:00am-5:30pm

Dates:

  • October 22, 25, 26
  • December 20 – 31, January 3 (No Camp on Friday December 24th)
  • February 14 – 18
  • March 18, 21
  • April 14 – 18

Cost:

  • Frisco resident: $45
  • Non-resident: $50
  • For those who have multiple children attending, a discount of 20% ($36 resident/$40 non-resident) is available for each additional child after paying for price for the first child.

Little Vikings

Little Vikings is a learn-to-ski Nordic program presented by Town of Frisco and Summit Nordic Ski Club (SNSC). The program is open to youth in grades K-5 and offers two, four-week sessions that meet after school at the Frisco Nordic Center. This program is non-competitive and open to all abilities with a special focus on learning to ski and developing good classic technique. Transportation will be provided from Frisco Elementary; Town of Frisco staff will drive a 15-passenger van to drive the Frisco Nordic Center. Program meets from 4:15pm-5:30pm.

Dates:

  • Session 1: Mondays and Thursdays, January 10 – February 3, 2022
  • Session 2: Mondays and Thursdays, February 7 – March 10,, 2022 (no class February 14 and 17)

Cost:

  • $225 per session if your child needs equipment* (+$50 refundable deposit)
  • $135 per session if your child has their own equipment

*New for 2021 – Equipment will be rented for the duration of the program and may be used within that period, and brought to each lesson. The Town of Frisco will refund the $50 deposit once equipment is returned in good condition.

Kids Night Out

Parents can enjoy a night while Frisco staff take the kids tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park, followed by pizza and a movie. The kids will tube from 5:00pm-6:00pm. Pizza and a movie will be from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Dates:

  • Fridays- January 14, 2022,
  • February 11, 2022,
  • March 4, 2022

Cost:

  • $25 Frisco Resident
  • $30 Non-Resident

More information is available at FriscoCamps.com. Please email with any additional questions.

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