Summertime is here, the days are growing longer, the temperature continues to climb, and school is out for the summer! We have compiled a list of summer camps and kid-friendly activities to help you make the most of your summer vacation in Frostburg!
Mountain City Center for the Arts Broadways Mini Summer Musical Theatre
Mountain City Center for the Arts will be hosting Broadways Mini Summer Musical Theatre with The Jungle Book and Pre-Teen & Teen Summer Musical Theatre with Junie B. Jones Jr. The students will participate in acting, dance, and vocal classes. For more information visit: Mountain City Center for the Arts
Frostburg Fiber Depot Summer Camp
The Frostburg Fiber Depot will be hosting a weeklong camp. Monday, June 25 – Saturday, June 30 join in the fun of exploring how yarn and knitted things are made! Make friends, visit a farm, and come away with a much better appreciation of handmade gifts. For more information visit: Frostburg Fiber Depot
The Frostburg Summer Day Camp
The Summer Day Camp Program is sponsored by the City of Frostburg Department of Parks and Recreation. The Summer Day camp is designed for children ages 5-12 to participate in sports activities, nature activities, outdoor/adventure activities, theatre arts, music, dance, social activities, swimming, and field trips. The Summer Day Camp Program hours are from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday. Camp begins on Monday, June 18, 2018, and runs through Friday, August 10, 2018. For more information visit: Frostburg City
Evergreen Heritage Center Summer Camp Program
This year the Evergreen Heritage Center is offering four summer camps, each with new activities and experiments. Camps include Arts in the Outdoors, Science Discovery, Grow It Cook It, and Young Naturalists. Camp dates are from June 25, thru July 27. For more information visit: Evergreen Heritage Center
Spend your summer in the Frostburg Library
Confronting Bullying: A Summer Book Club for Teens.
Highlighting an exciting and unique summer reading opportunity for teenagers aged 14-18, entitled “Confronting Bullying: A Summer Book Club for Teens”. This weekly book club will explore four critically-acclaimed YA novels on the theme of bullying. The book club will be led by Dr. Heather Hurst and Eibhlín Ryan, from Department of Educational Professions at FSU, as part of their research project on the depiction of bullying in YA literature. Book club meetings will take place from 6:00 pm-7:3 30 pm at Frostburg Community Library, with the first meeting on June 6th. Participants will receive a free copy of each of the four books, and refreshments and snacks will be served at each meeting. For more information please visit: Teen Summer Book Club
Allegany Arts Council Presents: STEAM Where Art Meets Science
Children ages 8 and older are invited to STEAM: Where Art Meets Science, a seven-week workshop series with activities that blend the arts with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. During these mini-courses students will learn about sun printing, video game programming, 3D printing, building robotics, and much more! These workshops are free to attend for general information call Samantha Kennedy at (301) 777- 2787. To register for the workshop, call the Frostburg Public Library at (301) 687- 0790.
Kid Friendly Events and Places
The Frostburg Pool
Take a dip, make a splash, and dive into summer at The Frostburg Pool. The Frostburg Pool is open June 6 – July 29 Monday- Thursday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm and Friday- Sunday 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm. July 30 -September 3 Daily 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For updates and current information visit: The Frostburg Pool
On Independence Day, the Frostburg Elks will host the 42nd annual Derby Day on Main Street, Frostburg. A fun-filled day of soapbox racing, good food, and good company. Parade: 11:30am; Races: noon – 3pm. For more information visit: Downtown Frostburg
The Children’s Literature Center invites you on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, for pirate festivities. Come to City Place in Frostburg, MD to experience all sort of Pirate-ty crafts, games, and more! You will also have the opportunity to meet our featured Ocean-literature author, Jennifer O’ Connell and her book “The Eye of the Whale” For more information visit: Children’s Literature Center