Note: Prices listed are for the general public; check with sponsor for member and other discounts.
>> Weekly Day Camps: June 1-Aug. 3, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. (programs begin at 8 a.m., half-day option until 2:30 p.m.) for students who completed grades K to 6. Locations at Voyager Public Charter School, Mililani Tech Park and Ben Parker, Enchanted Lake, Hahaione, Kaleiopuu, Keoneula, Liholiho and Waimalu elementary schools. Activities include swimming, kayaking, sailing, singing, dancing, excursions and more. Costs range from $120 to $175 per week or $1,220 to $1,420 for Summer Package. Register online for discount; optional lunch for a fee. Register by May 18; $25 late fee.
>> Specialty Camps: An extra week of fun at Sea Life Park, Bishop Museum, Play-Well TEKnologies or Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii available to those enrolled in entire 10-week Summer Package. Cost: $190 per week.
Info: 262-4538, 808ne.ws/1ysqheD.
Youth programs run June 4-Aug. 3. Times, costs and options may vary by branch. Info: ymcahonolulu.org.
>> Summer Day Camp: Activities, field trips, arts and crafts, sports, cooking and more for students who completed grades K through 5, at the Kaimuki (737-5544), Mililani (625-1040), Nuuanu (536-3556) and Windward (261-0808) branches. Cost: $155 per week for half-day, $195 per week for full day, with options for multiweek and single-day care.
>> Summer Time: Project-based activities, music, dance, games and three excursions for students who completed grades K through 6. Available at Kalihi (848-2494) and Leeward (671-6495) branches, with weekly and multiweek options.
>> Specialty Day Camps: Outdoor Camp, Off-the-Hook Camp, Adventures in Arts Camp, STEAM Camp with LEGO and More, Marine Science and Touring Oahu at the Mililani branch; Nuuanu branch offers Youth Explorers: Ascend the Mountains or The Big Ocean; Youth Navigators: World of Water; Youth Survivors; Youth Chefs: A Taste of Mexico or A Taste of Greece; Youth Time Travellers: This is Sparta!; and Youth Artists.
>> Teen programs: Club Mid-Explorers, STRIVE (leadership, mediation, community service) and LIT (Leaders-in-Training) for students who completed grades 5 through 11.
>> Aquatics: Swimming lessons and swim teams for all ages.
>> Camp Erdman: For students in grades 1 through 11. Weekly resident camp and specialty camps (surf, equestrian, swim and English as a second language); teen overnight camp (leaders-in-training or camp assistant); and family weekend camp.
SUMMER FUN PROGRAM
Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation
>> Arts and crafts, sports, games, excursions, special events, drama and more for keiki who will have completed kindergarten to age 13 (who have not yet entered seventh grade); June 14-July 27 (dates may vary by site), 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. For a list of sites, visit 808ne.ws/2qiDCWu. Cost: $25 registration fee (additional costs may apply). Optional Summer Plus Program from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and/or 2 to 5:30 p.m. will be run by a private contractor at select sites for additional fees.
Walk-in registration at various sites:
>> District I (Hawaii Kai to McCully, 373-8013) and District II (Makiki to Aiea, 768-9292): May 19, 9 a.m. to noon, and May 21-22, 2 to 5 p.m.
>> District III (Pearlridge to Waianae to Wahiawa, 675-7130) and District IV (Waialua to Waimanalo, 768-8980): May 12, 9 a.m. to noon, and May 14-15, 2 to 5 p.m.
>> Junior Leader Program: Volunteer opportunities with Summer Fun Program for students in grades 7 to 12.
>> Summer Teen Program: Youths in grades 7-12 participate in field trips, cultural, physical, civic and social activities from 2 to 9 p.m. at select sites (times and fees may vary).