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Wednesday June 26, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Field Hockey, York County Camp (Grades Entering 3-8) - Field Hockey Camp
This is a contractual program.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Youth Karate Classes - June Youth Karate (4 Weeks)
Ages 7 - 11 (4 weeks)WHERE: Kennebunk Town Hall Auditorium TIMES:  5:30 - 6:30 pm COST:   $25/participant per sessionThis class is designed to help improve concentration, self esteem, flexibility, & muscular development while using the Karate methods. All levels of experience from beginner to advanced are accepted. Testing is held throughout the year for advancement in class rank.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Concerts in the Park - Concerts In The Park
Sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Teen/Adult Karate - June Adult/Teen Karate (Wednesdays)
Classes for Teens & Adults
 
Thursday June 27, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Field Hockey, York County Camp (Grades Entering 3-8) - Field Hockey Camp
This is a contractual program.
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
Friday June 28, 2019
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Bumper Sticker Prize Patrol - KBK Rec Bumper Sticker
The Kennebunk Parks & Recreation Department is excited to relay a new prize program for the Kennebunk community. Purchase one of our stickers at the office for just $1.00 and put it on your vehicle for a chance to win. Winners will receive various prizes ranging from recreation gift certificates to prizes donated from local businesses in Kennebunk with a value of up to $10.00.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
Saturday June 29, 2019
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Four Legged Freedom Rescue
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Adult Tap Dance - Adult Tap 2
Adult Tap 1 (Beginning Level)When: June 1st-June 29thWhere: Kennebunk Elementary SchoolTimes: 10:45-11:45Cost: $44/ Participant $49 (Non-Residents)(5 Weeks)Instructor: Kathleen NolanMin:5 Description: Join the fun and learn basic tap technique plus a short routine. Tap away to some great music! For adults any age, no experience necessary. Great exercise for the body and the brain. Tap shoes required.Adult Tap Dance 2 (Continuing from previous sessions) When: June 1st-June 29thWhere: Kennebunk Elementary SchoolTimes: 9:30-10:30Cost: $44/ Participant $49 (Non-Residents)(5 Weeks)Instructor: Kathleen NolanMin:5 Description: For adults (of any age) continuing from tap 1 sessions and adults with tap experience. Expand your tap vocabulary and skill in a fun and "tap happy" environment. Learn a routine, too! Great exercise for the body and brain. 
 
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Adult Tap Dance - Adult Tap 1 (Intro level)
Adult Tap 1 (Beginning Level)When: June 1st-June 29thWhere: Kennebunk Elementary SchoolTimes: 10:45-11:45Cost: $44/ Participant $49 (Non-Residents)(5 Weeks)Instructor: Kathleen NolanMin:5 Description: Join the fun and learn basic tap technique plus a short routine. Tap away to some great music! For adults any age, no experience necessary. Great exercise for the body and the brain. Tap shoes required.Adult Tap Dance 2 (Continuing from previous sessions) When: June 1st-June 29thWhere: Kennebunk Elementary SchoolTimes: 9:30-10:30Cost: $44/ Participant $49 (Non-Residents)(5 Weeks)Instructor: Kathleen NolanMin:5 Description: For adults (of any age) continuing from tap 1 sessions and adults with tap experience. Expand your tap vocabulary and skill in a fun and "tap happy" environment. Learn a routine, too! Great exercise for the body and brain. 
 
Monday July 1, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
Tuesday July 2, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Table Tennis Club - Table Tennis Club
Come and build your skills. Open to all ages. Alll abilities welcome!
 
Wednesday July 3, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Concerts in the Park - Concerts In The Park
Sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank
 
Thursday July 4, 2019
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
Friday July 5, 2019
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Bumper Sticker Prize Patrol - KBK Rec Bumper Sticker
The Kennebunk Parks & Recreation Department is excited to relay a new prize program for the Kennebunk community. Purchase one of our stickers at the office for just $1.00 and put it on your vehicle for a chance to win. Winners will receive various prizes ranging from recreation gift certificates to prizes donated from local businesses in Kennebunk with a value of up to $10.00.
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
Monday July 8, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 1 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
Tuesday July 9, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 1 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Beginner/Intermediate) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Table Tennis Club - Table Tennis Club
Come and build your skills. Open to all ages. Alll abilities welcome!
 
Wednesday July 10, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 1 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Messy Kidz "Lil" Super Slimy Science - "Lil" Super Slimy Science
Ages 4 & 5WHEN: Friday, July 20WHEN: Dorothy Stevens Community CenterTIMES: 9:00 am - 11:00 amCOST: $30/participantCOORDINATOR: Tammy LegereREQUIREMENTS: Pack a water bottle, snack, clothing that can get messy or stained, box to carry home your goodies and report allergies, if any at registration. Come along on this slimy quest to create and experiment with a variety of fun projects and recipes. No clothing is safe with this messy fun so be sure to wear clothes that you don't mind getting slimy.Min: 10 Max: 14
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Messy Kidz Summer Programs - Super Slimy Science (Grades Entering 1 - 6)
We promise you will have lots of fun and we promise you will get MESSY! All Messy Kidz programs are contractual.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Youth Karate Classes - July Youth Karate (4 Weeks)
Ages 7 - 11 (4 weeks)WHERE: Kennebunk Town Hall Auditorium TIMES:  5:30 - 6:30 pm COST:   $25/participant per sessionThis class is designed to help improve concentration, self esteem, flexibility, & muscular development while using the Karate methods. All levels of experience from beginner to advanced are accepted. Testing is held throughout the year for advancement in class rank.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Concerts in the Park - Concerts In The Park
Sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Teen/Adult Karate - July Adult/Teen Karate (Wednesdays)
Classes for Teens & Adults
 
Thursday July 11, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 1 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Ukulele For Adult Beginners - Ukulele For Adult Beginners
When:July 11th-August 1stWhere: Kennebunk AuditoriumTimes: 6pm-7:30pmCost:$80Instructor: Duncan PerryMin:6 Max:7Description: The magical ukulele is capturing hearts and minds in Maine and around the world! Why not yours? Come join our adult beginners’ class and share in the fun of learning to play. The ukulele is versatile. On it you can play folk music, rock, blues, jazz, pop, country, tunes grandma knows -- even classical music. It’s affordable and compact and you can take it most anywhere. And when folks hear you play this happy instrument, well, they just have to smile!  And here’s a bonus!  You do not need to know how to read music or know music theory. Using familiar songs, Duncan Perry, who has taught more than 400 students of all ages, Using familiar songs, he will introduce you to chords, strumming, and finger picking -- truly a fun way to learn ukulele. Oh, and there are lots of laughs along the way. You must have a soprano, concert, or tenor size ukulele and an electronic tuner. No baritone ukuleles please, unless they are strung for, and can be tuned to, the standard ukulele tuning of GCEA. Bring along a music stand if you have one (if not, we’ll improvise!). What are you waiting for? Join the growing family of Duncan’s students. Enroll now and get ready for a musical adventure that can last a life time!
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
Friday July 12, 2019
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Bumper Sticker Prize Patrol - KBK Rec Bumper Sticker
The Kennebunk Parks & Recreation Department is excited to relay a new prize program for the Kennebunk community. Purchase one of our stickers at the office for just $1.00 and put it on your vehicle for a chance to win. Winners will receive various prizes ranging from recreation gift certificates to prizes donated from local businesses in Kennebunk with a value of up to $10.00.
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Little Tot Tennis - Little Tot Tennis
In this beginner’s tennis program, children will learn to hold and swing the racket, some basic court rules and to have fun with the game. Lessons will be taught through games and repetition. Parent participation is encouraged, but not mandatory. Please be aware that you must supply your own racquet and bring plenty of water.This is a contractual program.
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 1 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
Saturday July 13, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM    NINA ANTONUCCI - FOUR LEGGED FREDOM RESCE
 
Monday July 15, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 3
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Seacoast United Grassroots Summer Soccer - Seacoast United Grassroots Soccer Camp
This is a contractual program and requires parent participation.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 3 - 5)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 6 - 9)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Seacoast United Soccer Camp (Ages 6 - 14) - Seacoast Soccer Half Day Camp
Half day camps for ages 6 - 14 (all ability levels) Our 3 hour per-day program is perfect for any recreational or travel player. Our local and international coaches utilize fun games, challenging exercises and small sided play to ensure each player has an amazing time while learning the game. Each day has its own theme & break time activity adding to the clinic experience. Players always look forward to playing in their very own world cup tournament during the week with each country earning points by showing great teamwork, sportsmanship, team spirit and quality of play. It's a winner for each player!This is contractual program.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
Tuesday July 16, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 3
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Seacoast United Grassroots Summer Soccer - Seacoast United Grassroots Soccer Camp
This is a contractual program and requires parent participation.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 3 - 5)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 6 - 9)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Seacoast United Soccer Camp (Ages 6 - 14) - Seacoast Soccer Half Day Camp
Half day camps for ages 6 - 14 (all ability levels) Our 3 hour per-day program is perfect for any recreational or travel player. Our local and international coaches utilize fun games, challenging exercises and small sided play to ensure each player has an amazing time while learning the game. Each day has its own theme & break time activity adding to the clinic experience. Players always look forward to playing in their very own world cup tournament during the week with each country earning points by showing great teamwork, sportsmanship, team spirit and quality of play. It's a winner for each player!This is contractual program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Beginner/Intermediate) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Table Tennis Club - Table Tennis Club
Come and build your skills. Open to all ages. Alll abilities welcome!
 
Wednesday July 17, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 3
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Seacoast United Grassroots Summer Soccer - Seacoast United Grassroots Soccer Camp
This is a contractual program and requires parent participation.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 3 - 5)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 6 - 9)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Seacoast United Soccer Camp (Ages 6 - 14) - Seacoast Soccer Half Day Camp
Half day camps for ages 6 - 14 (all ability levels) Our 3 hour per-day program is perfect for any recreational or travel player. Our local and international coaches utilize fun games, challenging exercises and small sided play to ensure each player has an amazing time while learning the game. Each day has its own theme & break time activity adding to the clinic experience. Players always look forward to playing in their very own world cup tournament during the week with each country earning points by showing great teamwork, sportsmanship, team spirit and quality of play. It's a winner for each player!This is contractual program.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Youth Karate Classes - July Youth Karate (4 Weeks)
Ages 7 - 11 (4 weeks)WHERE: Kennebunk Town Hall Auditorium TIMES:  5:30 - 6:30 pm COST:   $25/participant per sessionThis class is designed to help improve concentration, self esteem, flexibility, & muscular development while using the Karate methods. All levels of experience from beginner to advanced are accepted. Testing is held throughout the year for advancement in class rank.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Paint Night at Dorothy Stevens - Paint Night at Dorothy Stevens
Come join us for a night of laughs and good times, as you follow your instructor on a step by step journey to creating a master piece! Don't worry about supplies just show up. No experience needed. Refreshments will be availableWHEN: Wednesday, July.17thTIME: Starts at 6pm-8pm (Ending time may vary)WHERE: Dorothy Stevens Building COST: $40 per person
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Simple Stamping Card Making Class - Session 2
Where: Town Hall (Room 305)Time: 6pm-8:30pmCost:$22New to stamping? Need help knowing where to start? Learn more about the basic concepts of "simple stamping" using inks, stamps and paper. Create beautiful cards while learning simple techniques and paper crafting. We will make 3 cards using "simple stamping" techniques.Min:4 Max:10
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Concerts in the Park - Concerts In The Park
Sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Teen/Adult Karate - July Adult/Teen Karate (Wednesdays)
Classes for Teens & Adults
 
Thursday July 18, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 3
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Tewksbury - Jazzercise
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Seacoast United Grassroots Summer Soccer - Seacoast United Grassroots Soccer Camp
This is a contractual program and requires parent participation.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 3 - 5)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 6 - 9)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Seacoast United Soccer Camp (Ages 6 - 14) - Seacoast Soccer Half Day Camp
Half day camps for ages 6 - 14 (all ability levels) Our 3 hour per-day program is perfect for any recreational or travel player. Our local and international coaches utilize fun games, challenging exercises and small sided play to ensure each player has an amazing time while learning the game. Each day has its own theme & break time activity adding to the clinic experience. Players always look forward to playing in their very own world cup tournament during the week with each country earning points by showing great teamwork, sportsmanship, team spirit and quality of play. It's a winner for each player!This is contractual program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Ukulele For Adult Beginners - Ukulele For Adult Beginners
When:July 11th-August 1stWhere: Kennebunk AuditoriumTimes: 6pm-7:30pmCost:$80Instructor: Duncan PerryMin:6 Max:7Description: The magical ukulele is capturing hearts and minds in Maine and around the world! Why not yours? Come join our adult beginners’ class and share in the fun of learning to play. The ukulele is versatile. On it you can play folk music, rock, blues, jazz, pop, country, tunes grandma knows -- even classical music. It’s affordable and compact and you can take it most anywhere. And when folks hear you play this happy instrument, well, they just have to smile!  And here’s a bonus!  You do not need to know how to read music or know music theory. Using familiar songs, Duncan Perry, who has taught more than 400 students of all ages, Using familiar songs, he will introduce you to chords, strumming, and finger picking -- truly a fun way to learn ukulele. Oh, and there are lots of laughs along the way. You must have a soprano, concert, or tenor size ukulele and an electronic tuner. No baritone ukuleles please, unless they are strung for, and can be tuned to, the standard ukulele tuning of GCEA. Bring along a music stand if you have one (if not, we’ll improvise!). What are you waiting for? Join the growing family of Duncan’s students. Enroll now and get ready for a musical adventure that can last a life time!
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
Friday July 19, 2019
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Bumper Sticker Prize Patrol - KBK Rec Bumper Sticker
The Kennebunk Parks & Recreation Department is excited to relay a new prize program for the Kennebunk community. Purchase one of our stickers at the office for just $1.00 and put it on your vehicle for a chance to win. Winners will receive various prizes ranging from recreation gift certificates to prizes donated from local businesses in Kennebunk with a value of up to $10.00.
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Little Tot Tennis - Little Tot Tennis
In this beginner’s tennis program, children will learn to hold and swing the racket, some basic court rules and to have fun with the game. Lessons will be taught through games and repetition. Parent participation is encouraged, but not mandatory. Please be aware that you must supply your own racquet and bring plenty of water.This is a contractual program.
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 3
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Seacoast United Grassroots Summer Soccer - Seacoast United Grassroots Soccer Camp
This is a contractual program and requires parent participation.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 3 - 5)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Lacrosse, Lady Laxers (Grades Entering 3-9) - Lady Laxers, (Gr. Entering 6 - 9)
This Lady Laxer camp is for the beginner up to the advanced player.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Seacoast United Soccer Camp (Ages 6 - 14) - Seacoast Soccer Half Day Camp
Half day camps for ages 6 - 14 (all ability levels) Our 3 hour per-day program is perfect for any recreational or travel player. Our local and international coaches utilize fun games, challenging exercises and small sided play to ensure each player has an amazing time while learning the game. Each day has its own theme & break time activity adding to the clinic experience. Players always look forward to playing in their very own world cup tournament during the week with each country earning points by showing great teamwork, sportsmanship, team spirit and quality of play. It's a winner for each player!This is contractual program.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Young at Heart - Young at Heart, Summer Session 1 (Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Fitness for older adults. This class is designed for those wishing to begin a low-moderate cardiovascular/strength training program.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
Saturday July 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Pickleball Scramble - Pickleball Scramble - July 20
Kennebunk Pickleball Summer Scramble  WHEN: SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019 (rain date Sunday, July 21) 9am-1pmWHERE: WEST KENNEBUNK COURTS – 39 Holland Rd, Kennebunk COST: $15.00 PER PERSON  Warms-up begin at 8:30 AM / Tournament begins at 9:00 AM  In a “scramble format”, players are matched with partners of similar ability and play against other pairings in the division (level 2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0 and up). Each round of play is 12 minutes and participants play with different partners during each round. Teams try to score as many points as possible during each round rather than using traditional scoring which stops at 11 points. Each individual on a team gets credit for the points the team scored during the round. Players move “up” and “down” according to performance in the scramble. You DO NOT NEED to find a partner to participate. Prizes will be awarded for :Best Win-Loss Record (Male and Female)Most Average Points (M/F)Highest Rank (M/F)  Registration opens JUNE 24 at 8AM, and closes when full.This scramble is limited to 25 participants. 
 
Monday July 22, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 2 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 4
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp - Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp
Grades Entering 2 - 7 (Players will be divided into groups based on ability) WHEN: Mon - Fri, July 22 - July 26 WHERE: Kennebunk Middle SchoolTIMES: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COST: $189/participant COORDINATOR: Daniel Peacock & Cal MontembeauPlay Ball! Whether you're a beginner or an advanced player this camp will help you improve, learn, and fine tune your baseball skills! Each day campers will receive detailed instruction/coaching on hitting, pitching, fielding, base running, through fun and informative drills, as well as compete in games coached by camp staff. Our staff will include several current/former high school coaches & college players who have many years of experience. The goal of the camp is to improve each player's skills, teach them the rules/ethics of baseball, and how to be the best teammate and player possible. Oh, and of course HAVE FUN!! On Wednesday, July 24 we will take in a Portland Sea Dogs day-game, as well as get a tour of Hadlock Field. All campers will also receive a MLB official uniform that includes: T-shirt jersey, socks, belt, team hat, a pair of baseball pants and socks. It is mandatory to bring your glove, a water bottle, lunch, snacks and proper athletic wear. Campers may wear rubber cleats, but please be sure to bring sneakers as well in case we go inside. Min: 12 Max: 50
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
Tuesday July 23, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 2 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 4
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp - Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp
Grades Entering 2 - 7 (Players will be divided into groups based on ability) WHEN: Mon - Fri, July 22 - July 26 WHERE: Kennebunk Middle SchoolTIMES: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COST: $189/participant COORDINATOR: Daniel Peacock & Cal MontembeauPlay Ball! Whether you're a beginner or an advanced player this camp will help you improve, learn, and fine tune your baseball skills! Each day campers will receive detailed instruction/coaching on hitting, pitching, fielding, base running, through fun and informative drills, as well as compete in games coached by camp staff. Our staff will include several current/former high school coaches & college players who have many years of experience. The goal of the camp is to improve each player's skills, teach them the rules/ethics of baseball, and how to be the best teammate and player possible. Oh, and of course HAVE FUN!! On Wednesday, July 24 we will take in a Portland Sea Dogs day-game, as well as get a tour of Hadlock Field. All campers will also receive a MLB official uniform that includes: T-shirt jersey, socks, belt, team hat, a pair of baseball pants and socks. It is mandatory to bring your glove, a water bottle, lunch, snacks and proper athletic wear. Campers may wear rubber cleats, but please be sure to bring sneakers as well in case we go inside. Min: 12 Max: 50
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Messy Kidz Summer Programs - Artrageous Fun! 3-Day Program (Grades Entering 1 - 6)
We promise you will have lots of fun and we promise you will get MESSY! All Messy Kidz programs are contractual.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Beginner/Intermediate) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons TUESDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Table Tennis Club - Table Tennis Club
Come and build your skills. Open to all ages. Alll abilities welcome!
 
Wednesday July 24, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 2 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 4
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp - Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp
Grades Entering 2 - 7 (Players will be divided into groups based on ability) WHEN: Mon - Fri, July 22 - July 26 WHERE: Kennebunk Middle SchoolTIMES: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COST: $189/participant COORDINATOR: Daniel Peacock & Cal MontembeauPlay Ball! Whether you're a beginner or an advanced player this camp will help you improve, learn, and fine tune your baseball skills! Each day campers will receive detailed instruction/coaching on hitting, pitching, fielding, base running, through fun and informative drills, as well as compete in games coached by camp staff. Our staff will include several current/former high school coaches & college players who have many years of experience. The goal of the camp is to improve each player's skills, teach them the rules/ethics of baseball, and how to be the best teammate and player possible. Oh, and of course HAVE FUN!! On Wednesday, July 24 we will take in a Portland Sea Dogs day-game, as well as get a tour of Hadlock Field. All campers will also receive a MLB official uniform that includes: T-shirt jersey, socks, belt, team hat, a pair of baseball pants and socks. It is mandatory to bring your glove, a water bottle, lunch, snacks and proper athletic wear. Campers may wear rubber cleats, but please be sure to bring sneakers as well in case we go inside. Min: 12 Max: 50
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Messy Kidz Summer Programs - Artrageous Fun! 3-Day Program (Grades Entering 1 - 6)
We promise you will have lots of fun and we promise you will get MESSY! All Messy Kidz programs are contractual.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Youth Karate Classes - July Youth Karate (4 Weeks)
Ages 7 - 11 (4 weeks)WHERE: Kennebunk Town Hall Auditorium TIMES:  5:30 - 6:30 pm COST:   $25/participant per sessionThis class is designed to help improve concentration, self esteem, flexibility, & muscular development while using the Karate methods. All levels of experience from beginner to advanced are accepted. Testing is held throughout the year for advancement in class rank.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Concerts in the Park - Concerts In The Park
Sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Teen/Adult Karate - July Adult/Teen Karate (Wednesdays)
Classes for Teens & Adults
 
Thursday July 25, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 2 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 4
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp - Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp
Grades Entering 2 - 7 (Players will be divided into groups based on ability) WHEN: Mon - Fri, July 22 - July 26 WHERE: Kennebunk Middle SchoolTIMES: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COST: $189/participant COORDINATOR: Daniel Peacock & Cal MontembeauPlay Ball! Whether you're a beginner or an advanced player this camp will help you improve, learn, and fine tune your baseball skills! Each day campers will receive detailed instruction/coaching on hitting, pitching, fielding, base running, through fun and informative drills, as well as compete in games coached by camp staff. Our staff will include several current/former high school coaches & college players who have many years of experience. The goal of the camp is to improve each player's skills, teach them the rules/ethics of baseball, and how to be the best teammate and player possible. Oh, and of course HAVE FUN!! On Wednesday, July 24 we will take in a Portland Sea Dogs day-game, as well as get a tour of Hadlock Field. All campers will also receive a MLB official uniform that includes: T-shirt jersey, socks, belt, team hat, a pair of baseball pants and socks. It is mandatory to bring your glove, a water bottle, lunch, snacks and proper athletic wear. Campers may wear rubber cleats, but please be sure to bring sneakers as well in case we go inside. Min: 12 Max: 50
 
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Messy Kidz Summer Programs - Artrageous Fun! 3-Day Program (Grades Entering 1 - 6)
We promise you will have lots of fun and we promise you will get MESSY! All Messy Kidz programs are contractual.
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Ukulele For Adult Beginners - Ukulele For Adult Beginners
When:July 11th-August 1stWhere: Kennebunk AuditoriumTimes: 6pm-7:30pmCost:$80Instructor: Duncan PerryMin:6 Max:7Description: The magical ukulele is capturing hearts and minds in Maine and around the world! Why not yours? Come join our adult beginners’ class and share in the fun of learning to play. The ukulele is versatile. On it you can play folk music, rock, blues, jazz, pop, country, tunes grandma knows -- even classical music. It’s affordable and compact and you can take it most anywhere. And when folks hear you play this happy instrument, well, they just have to smile!  And here’s a bonus!  You do not need to know how to read music or know music theory. Using familiar songs, Duncan Perry, who has taught more than 400 students of all ages, Using familiar songs, he will introduce you to chords, strumming, and finger picking -- truly a fun way to learn ukulele. Oh, and there are lots of laughs along the way. You must have a soprano, concert, or tenor size ukulele and an electronic tuner. No baritone ukuleles please, unless they are strung for, and can be tuned to, the standard ukulele tuning of GCEA. Bring along a music stand if you have one (if not, we’ll improvise!). What are you waiting for? Join the growing family of Duncan’s students. Enroll now and get ready for a musical adventure that can last a life time!
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Evening Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Tennis, Adult Lessons - Adult Tennis Lessons THURSDAYS (Intermediate/Advanced) Session 1
 
Friday July 26, 2019
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Bumper Sticker Prize Patrol - KBK Rec Bumper Sticker
The Kennebunk Parks & Recreation Department is excited to relay a new prize program for the Kennebunk community. Purchase one of our stickers at the office for just $1.00 and put it on your vehicle for a chance to win. Winners will receive various prizes ranging from recreation gift certificates to prizes donated from local businesses in Kennebunk with a value of up to $10.00.
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Treme Mornings
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Treme Mornings - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Early 7:30am Drop Off
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Lego Robotics & Engineering Camp - Session 2 (Novice)
WHEN: Monday - FridaySession 1: (Novice) July 8 - July 12Session 2: (Novice) July 22 - July 26Session 3: (Advanced) Aug 5 - Aug 9WHERE: Sea Road SchoolTIMES: 8:00 am – 2:00 pmCOST: $150/participant per sessionCOORDINATOR: Matt JackinsFor its fifth year, we will be offering an awesome summer camp experience, focused on building robots & programming them using EV3 Mindstorms software to complete a variety of tasks/missions. Campers will brainstorm situations & find multiple solutions to problems. The novice sessions are recommended for new comers as they will focus primarily on learning how to build basic bots & programming them. Our advanced session will incorporate specialized touch, light, & ultrasonic sensors, using their readings in our programming to complete more complex missions. We recommend this for students with previous Mindstorms experience. Both of these programs are great starting points if your child is interested in joining an RSU 21 First Lego League Team in the fall. Participants will need to bring a bagged lunch, sunscreen, snacks & water each day of camp.Min: 14 Max: 20 This is a contractual program
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 2 Weeks - Session 2
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 1 Week - Session 4
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Full Day Camp (8:00am-3:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp (Grades Entering 2 - 5) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
Our Summer Day camp is an organized, high energy, fun-filled camp. Our program is a free choice structured camp. There will be multiple choices for the students to pick from including sports, arts and crafts, games, dancing, and a cool down room. On most weeks we are on field trips three days a week and camp days two days a week. This year the campers will have an opportunity to rotate every hour to a different activity on camp days. The campers will interact with all age groups throughout the day. Camp days will be completely free choice based, though they will be supported to step outside of their comfort zone. They will ultimately be learning the power of decision making and forming choices beneficial to their personal growth. Throughout the summer, the participants can expect water games, exploration and organized special events including a talent show, a penny carnival, video game bus, visits from special guests and much more! We are looking forward to an amazing summer!Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp Jr., Grades Entering K & 1
 
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM    Summer Day Camp Jr. (Grades Entering K & 1) - Extended Day Camp (8:00am-5:30pm)
We are excited to offer Summer Day Camp Junior for the first time! This is an organized, high energy, day camp that focuses on combining literacy learning, an "All About Books" focus and hands on activities. The goal is that Summer Day Camp Junior will uniquely connect children's literature with field trips, activities and crafts. Each week will be theme based. Examples of some of this year's themes are: Maine Wildlife, Adventure, Sand & Sea Shells and Down on the Farm. There will be frequent visits from special guest readers including authors and community members, as well as daily storytime paired with a craft and games to keep students thinking. Summer Day Camp Junior will have one to two field trips a week and camp at KES three days a week. Throughout the summer, campers can look forward to listening to stories, water games, playground games, and field trips. These include Maine Wildlife Park, Children's Museum and Theater of Maine, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park and Funtown Splashtown USA.Campers must bring their lunch to camp each dayWe accept 1/2 payment upon registration and balance due by June 11.Last day of camp (August 23) will end at 12:00pmPlease click HERE for Summer Day Camp, Grades Entering 2 - 5
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Over 50 Coed Softball Summer League - Senior Softball League (over 50)
WHEN: June 7th-August 30th (first game is June 17) WHERE: West Kennebunk Softball Field (Holland Road)GAME DATES/TIME: Mondays, @ 4:30pmOPEN PLAY/Batting Practice DATES/TIME: Fridays @ 9:00-11:00amRESIDENT COST: $74/playerNON-RESIDENT: $79/playerNEW TEAMS EVERY week! ~Teams are assembled each week based on how many players.~Includes 2 different colored team shirts.~Player Stats/League Leaders kept & updated weekly.FUN, FRIENDLY, JUDGEMENT-FREE environment for player of ALL skill sets! 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Pickleball Drop In Morning Sessions
Pickleball Drop In Sessions at the Waterhouse Center Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced players welcome$3 Drop In Fee per player per sessionMorning sessions usually run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am-12noonEvening Sessions usually run Mondays*, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9pm*PLEASE NOTE: The Monday evening session is an advanced player session only (3.5 level or above) (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are)Please click on the dates tab below to make sure pickleball is running on the date you want to play!CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations due to weather or scheduling conflicts will be posted on our website. Please be sure to check the schedule below (by clicking on the programs "Date/Time"). A free Beginners Clinic for new players will be on June 21, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center An free Intermediate Clinic for Players 2.5 to 3.5 level will be on July 12, 6:30-9:30 at the Waterhouse Center (See "What is My Pickleball Rating" file below to evaluate what level you are). Please email rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us  or call 207 604 1362 to learn how to register.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp - Kennebunk Recreation Baseball Camp
Grades Entering 2 - 7 (Players will be divided into groups based on ability) WHEN: Mon - Fri, July 22 - July 26 WHERE: Kennebunk Middle SchoolTIMES: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COST: $189/participant COORDINATOR: Daniel Peacock & Cal MontembeauPlay Ball! Whether you're a beginner or an advanced player this camp will help you improve, learn, and fine tune your baseball skills! Each day campers will receive detailed instruction/coaching on hitting, pitching, fielding, base running, through fun and informative drills, as well as compete in games coached by camp staff. Our staff will include several current/former high school coaches & college players who have many years of experience. The goal of the camp is to improve each player's skills, teach them the rules/ethics of baseball, and how to be the best teammate and player possible. Oh, and of course HAVE FUN!! On Wednesday, July 24 we will take in a Portland Sea Dogs day-game, as well as get a tour of Hadlock Field. All campers will also receive a MLB official uniform that includes: T-shirt jersey, socks, belt, team hat, a pair of baseball pants and socks. It is mandatory to bring your glove, a water bottle, lunch, snacks and proper athletic wear. Campers may wear rubber cleats, but please be sure to bring sneakers as well in case we go inside. Min: 12 Max: 50
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 8 Weeks X-Tended Hangout
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    X-Treme Camp (Gr. Entering 6-9) - 4 Weeks X-Tended Hangout - Session 1
Kennebunk X-Treme Camp is designed to introduce participants to many different opportunities such as; sports, beach days, hiking, field trips, indoor and outdoor games, team work challenges, community projects and much more. Participants will be encouraged to explore new ideas and opportunities, work together as a team, make their own choices and be a part of the programs development. New  one week option this summer!Please find the camp information sheet and a draft schedule below. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ryan French.rfrench@kennebunkmaine.us or call 207 604 1362