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Summer Youth Programs Quick Glance Table, Program Details Below:
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Group Acoustic Guitar Lessons  Ages 8-15 OCPR Office June 4-July 30 (no class 7/9/19) Tuesdays 5:30-6:15pm $80 5/24/19 ($10)
International Soccer Camp Ages 3-16 (two age groups) Booster Park July 8-12, 2019 Mon-Fri 8-9am (ages 3-5); 9am-12pm (ages 5-16) $92 or $148 Free Jersey Deadline: 6/8/19
$10 Late Fee Deadline: 6/28/19
Hornet Volleyball Camp  Rising 7-9th Grade Girls Hornet Sports Center July 15-18 Mon-Thur 4-7pm $100 *see double enrollment deal below Deal Deadline: 5/3/19
Class Deadline:
6/28/19
Summer Archery Exploratory Camp Ages 9-13 Booster Park July 29-31 Mon-Wed 10am-12:30pm $85 7/3/19 ($10)
DGIF Basic Hunter Education Course Youth & Adults Town of Orange Community Room August 25, 2019 Sunday 12noon-6pm Free (Add'l fee may apply if coursebook is shipped)  
 OES Karate - See Ongoing Programs Page for Details, NO PROGRAM IN JULY

Group Acoustic Guitar Lessons
OCPR is offering youth acoustic guitar lessons!  Classes will be held in the Sedwick Building upstairs conference room (this is the same building as the OCPR office and the Orange Public Library) on Tuesdays, June 4-July 30, 2019 (with no class on July 9).  Classes will be held from 5:30-6:15pm.  The registration fee is $80.  Students should provide their own guitar, but other materials will be provided.  Pre-registration is required and space is limited.  Registrations received after the 5/24/19 deadline will be charged a $10 late fee.  An adult class is also available, please visit our summer adult programs page for details.

Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp <- Online Registration through the LinkSoccer Clinic in Progress
Challenger Sports, the leading soccer camp company in North America, is combining the most popular elements of their two existing industry-leading camp programs: British Soccer and TetraBrazil, integrating them into a collection of the most effective soccer practices used by youth teams around the world. The new Challenger International Soccer Camp reflects the truly global nature of the sport today and provides young players with a wide variety of coaching styles, practices, and influences that will help them develop a well-rounded skill set. Tiny Tykes (Ages 3-5): Shorter, daily sessions from Monday to Friday inclusive.  A fun introduction to soccer influenced by the very popular year-round TinyTykes curriculum. Includes games, activities, and adventures to introduce and develop coordination, balance, running, stopping, turning, kicking, dribbling, throwing & catching. Half Day Program (Ages 5-16)Complete technical player development featuring practices from around the world in our new international camp curriculum.  Includes video practice at home through iCHALLENGE, Challenger Sports' new digital platform.

Hornet Volleyball Camp
Orange County Parks & Recreation is again partnering with the school volleyball coaches to offer an intensive volleyball camp for girls interested in the sport.  Learn/improve skills like serving, passing, blocking, setting and hitting.  Practice and refine skills before tryout time! Fees from this program support the scholastic volleyball program and include a camp t-shirt.  In addition to this camp program, we are also offering our OCPR Hornet Volleyball Clinic earlier in the year during the spring. Alone, the cost for the spring clinic program is $75.  But, if you register for both programs at the same time, the cost is $150 total (a $25 savings) per participant!  To receive this discount, you must register for both programs, in the same transaction, on or before May 3, 2019.  Please note this is much earlier than the class registration deadline of June 28, 2019.

Summer Archery Exploratory Camp
In this program, we will provide an elaborate introduction to the sport of archery for your child (ages 9-13).  The first day will focus on range safety, the basic steps of shooting, and general practice.  The second day will reinforce range safety, and introduce competitive archery concepts like target scoring.  Students will participate in a mock tournament to help these ideas stick.  The last day will focus on fun, with participants playing fun archery games.  While the vast majority of the class will be held with recurve bows, we may introduce crossbows in the final class.  Classes will be held July 29-31, 2019, at Booster Park. The registration deadline is 7/3/19, and the fee is $85 total.  Registrations received following the deadline will be charged an additional $10 late fee.  Space for this class is EXTREMELY LIMITED.  Don't delay.

VDGIF Basic Hunter Education Course
The Basic Hunter Education Course covers material on hunting safety, principles of conservation and sportsmanship. Completion of this course has been mandatory for for 12–15 year olds and first-time hunters since 1988. It is instructed by Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries instructors. Registration MUST be done online through the VDGIF registration page. Pre-registration is required and SPACE IS LIMITED. Participants should carpool if possible since parking is limited.