As of this week, summer camps in Miami-Dade parks will be closed, although, to provide more options for kids to have fun and learn something new, national and local virtual alternatives are being offered!
Miami Beach offers virtual summer camps including Zoom camps in dance, fine arts, computer coding and yoga. Click here for more!
Shake-A-Leg Virtual Camp
The nonprofit in partnership with the city of Miami which offered water sports activities to disabled children, military veterans and families went virtual to ensure the safety of campers.
Click here for more on their new “Live @ 11 morning YouTube” show where children can virtually explore Biscayne Bay and learn sailing fundamentals.
Camp Kesem At Home
Toddlers and teenagers who have experienced living with a family member with cancer can enjoy ice cream parties, cooking lessons and virtual cabin chats with Camp Kesem At Home.
Frost Science Virtual Summer Camp
Kids from Pre-K to eighth grade will learn from local scientists and build three-dimensional and more dynamic projects to help protect the environment. Visit the website for more!
Virtual Art Camps
-Bass Museum in Collins Park in Miami Beach is offering Zoom project-based art classes for toddlers ages 4-6 beginning July 27th and for children ages 7-12 starting August 3rd.
-The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami offers a Teen Art Force program for teens ages 13-17 weekdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
-The Perez Art Museum Miami is hosting PAMM Art Storytime and art projects for preschoolers open to children 3-5 years old.
Friday, July 17th was the last day of Miami-Dade parks summer camps instead of the previously projected end date of August 7th.
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