December 3, 2021
December 3, 2021
401 Main Street
December 4, 2021
December 5, 2021
401 Main Street
December 10, 2021
1538 Dr. MLK St. N.
Safety Harbor's Teen Leaders program offers teens the chance to learn leadership, professionalism and communication skills while assisting instructors, staff and counselors. Designed for those entering 9th-12th grades and working toward their Bright Futures hours. Part-Time Teen Leaders will help with our specialty part-day camps throughout the summer. Shifts will range from 1.5 to 6 hours in the morning, afternoon and evening, depending on selected camps. Teens can select camps based on their availability, vacation schedule and hours needed for Bright Futures. Mandatory orientation is held on May 5th or 26th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.
he City of Safety Harbor Recreation Department welcomes you to another exciting summer of camp!
We dedicate ourselves to choosing outstanding sta to provide the best summer camp experience for
your child. Campers will have an active and fun-lled day, so be sure to send them with a healthy lunch,
afternoon snack, and a labeled rellable water bottle. Camp fees include eld trips, themed activities,
games, arts and crafts, swim days, and educationally fun projects. Masks are required for campers in
vehicles when transporting to eld trips and swim days. Masks are recommended, but not required
throughout the day. Campers will remain with their designated age group during structured camp
hours of 9am-4pm. During before care, outdoor lunch, and after care, groups will be combined.
Getting Started Camp
Ages: Must be age 5 & entering
Kindergarten prior to starting a
This exciting outdoor camp, taught by an
ACA certified instructor, introduces safe and
proper use of the kayak and equipment.
Camp will travel and launch from a different
park every day. Advanced kayaking experience necessary. All equipment is provided.
Campers must be able to swim. Locations
will vary and subject to change due to
weather, winds, and tides. The instructional approach used in this program follows
American National Standards for on-water,
skills-based instruction in entry-level recreational boat operation that were developed by the National On-Water Standards
(NOWS) Program. www.usnows.org.
Coach D’s All-Sports Camp will include
Capture the Flag, dodgeball, soccer,
kickball, and wiffleball. All equipment is
provided. Be sure to bring a lunch and lots
Put down the remote control and get
out to the skate park for some summer fun. You can learn how to ollie,
kickflip, or fakie. Helmets and board
Go on an active adventure that will
test you, but more importantly, you
will have fun! Activities will include
swimming, kayaking, beach runs,
fitness training, and much more!
Face coverings are required in city
This camp will be geared toward
teaching the fundamentals of basketball at the beginner/intermediate level.
Campers will have hands-on learning
during ball handling, shooting, and
proper footwork drills. 3 on 3 games
will be played and will focus on different
aspects of basketball taught throughout
the camp week. The focus of this camp
is to improve skills, learn the game, and
This camp will utilize teambuilding activities, group challenges
and practical survivor skills to
build knowledge, community and
character among our campers.
Please dress to be active and wear
athletic type footwear.
Interested in learning more about plants
and our ecosystem? We will look at different plants, everything from herbs, native
plants to florals. Nature scavenger hunts,
recycled garden container projects, and
more! Bring your own garden gloves,
water bottle and sunscreen.
Want to become a magician? Develop skills
in the art of magic and perform magic with
everyday objects. On the last day, campers
will perform a magic show of what they
have learned for family and friends.
Great camp to repeat as skills need to be
practiced to become a master magician!
Build and explore the world of
Pokemon as they create their own
gyms, battles, and even their own
generation of Pokemon. Have a blast
becoming the best Pokemon trainer
Have your kids experience the exciting
sport of tennis this summer with one of our
weekly summer tennis camps. The camp
will be filled with organized activities focusing on fun, development, and sportsmanship. Friday is designated as our Rainout
day. Please have a 23” - 25’’ racquet.
This yoga class is designed to increase your strength
and flexibility, improve your balance, and invite you
to experience how yoga can become your cornerstone
for health and wellness. Join Bev Klein, RYT 500,
E-RYT 200 for this alignment-based, fun, community
focused class. All levels welcome. Give it a try, yoga
This gentle form of exercise can help maintain strength,
flexibility, and balance, and could be the perfect activity
for the rest of your life. Tai Chi is often described as “meditation in motion,” but it might as well be called “medication in motion.”
Ready to play some football?
The drills taught at this camp will
improve your game in a fun and
safe environment with motivating
and positive coaching. Emphasis
will be on proper conditioning,
warm-ups, footwork drills, agility,
passing, receiving, and game
Join this lunchtime class, and we will be incorporating fun, quickpaced workouts that last about 45 minutes with a 15 minute
warm-up. You do not have to train for hours to get results.
Welcome to Zumba Gold. The fitness sensation for active
older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class
that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow
Zumba Choreography that focuses on balance, range of
motion, and coordination. Great for beginner to advanced fitness levels.
This camp will be fast moving skill work
geared toward advanced players who are
looking to improve their game. With primary focus on game-like situation drills,
players will increase their basketball
IQ and learn the “whys” behind many
basketball moves. 1 on 1, 3 on 3, and 5
on 5 drills will be played, with the focus
on competing at a high level and using
the situational drills in real time game
situations. Anyone looking to improve
their skills while being challenged will
love this camp.
Bring your lunch and join us for
lunch time between camps at the
Museum. Sign up for a morning part
day camp, lunch bunch, and an afternoon camp for a full day of camp
at the Museum!
This camp will explore our winged
friends: birds, butterflies and more.
We will learn about their life cycles,
habitats, and environmental challenges.
This camp will possibly have live takehome projects with care instructions
In this 2-week camp, themed
“Fractured Fairy Tales,” campers
will develop performance skills
through engaging activities in
character development, improvisation, vocal work and choreography.
All while enjoying humorous takes on
classic fairy tales. On the last day of
camp, campers will perform what they
have learned for family and friends.
Your animal lover will create their own
animal inspired robotic models. Learn
about gear ratio, sensors, simple
machines, and programming as we
build insects, dolphins, gorillas, and
much more. Come have a wild time
building, learning, and playing.
Join us for a fun game filled week of “Do it
Yourself” Camp. Create your very own lifesized carnival games and board games from
game pieces, dice, and the board itself!
Similar to the Western card game Rummy, Mah Jongg is a
game of skill, strategy, calculation and involves a degree
of chance. The game is played with a set of 144 tiles based
on Chinese characters and symbols. All the game sets and
coffee are provided; just bring your own Mah Jongg card.
This group is for Advanced Mah Jongg players.
Level 1- Goldfish: Introduction of basic skills. Parents learn
how to safely work with their child to lay a foundation for
learning to swim. This level is for new swimmers.
Level 2- Guppy: We will build on skills introduced in Level
1 (Goldfish). Children will begin performing some skills
learned in the previous level independently.
Ages 6Mo - 3 Tue, Thu 4:15 - 4:45pm
A-Goldfish 6/1 - 6/24 $72
B-Guppy 6/29 - 7/22 $72
C-Goldfish 7/27 - 8/19 $72
This class will be incorporating fun, quick-paced workouts
that last about thirty minutes. You do not have to train for
hours to get results!
Level 1- Minnow: Introduction to basic aquatic skills.
Positive attitudes and safe practices around water are
Level 2- Sea Turtle: Marks the beginning of independent
aquatic skills. Begin simultaneous/alternating arm/leg
action in preparation for learning strokes.
Level 3- Barracuda: Increased proficiency of previously
learned skills. Will learn to independently perform skills
from chest deep water.
Ages 4 - 5 Tue, Thu 5 - 5:30pm
A- Minnow 6/1 - 6/24 $72
B- Sea Turtle 6/29 - 7/22 $72
C- Barracuda 7/27 - 8/19 $72
Early development for children between the ages of
4-5 is crucial for building physical, social, and cognitive
abilities. The Tiger-Rock Tiger-Cubs™ training program
aids in this development through play-based action
scenarios, staged physical challenges, and cognitive
development drills. Students strengthen their ability to
process instructions, focus on objectives, and interact
amongst peers inside an energetic and fun martial artsbased experience.
Additional program fees paid to the instructor: Tiger Rock
t-shirt required $15 - purchase at 1st class. Uniform required
after the first session. Testing fees of $20 includes belt, certificate, and ranking.
Ages 4-5 Thu 5:30-6pm
A 5/6 - 5/27 $30
B 6/3 - 6/24 $30
C 7/1 - 7/29 $37.50
D 8/5 - 8/26 $30
Due to COVID, parent is required to participate in the pool
with child as the instructor will be teaching from a social
Level 1- Eels: Introduction to basic aquatic skills.
Level 2- Dolphins: Learn to glide/float without support,
develop simultaneous/alternating arm/leg action front/
Level 3-Sharks: Expand previously learned skills while
introducing elementary backstroke and front crawl.
Introduction of scissor/dolphin kick to extend time
Ages 6 - 14