Make it a Legacy Summer!

2021 Overview

Make it a Legacy SUMMER 2021 is going to be great! After a year of in-person learning, our faculty and staff know how to manage our current government guidelines to create an awesome experience for all involved. Some camps are still being confirmed so watch eNews and check back frequently to stay in the loop. We hope you’ll find something to stay engaged with us throughout the upcoming summer months.

Register Online

Registration Note: Once logged in, choose the “SUMMER Registration” form under the Register drop down.

Payment Note: The system requires a 5min delay between multiple credit card payments to help prevent credit card fraud. We understand this can be frustrating so please feel free to click PAY LATER and bring cash or check to the first day of camp.

Lunch Lounge: Looking for a full-day option? Combine any morning and afternoon session offered in the same week and you are automatically enrolled in the Lunch Lounge; a supervised break between camps where campers can enjoy their packed lunch/snack from home. Supervised by Camp Directors throughout the summer.

Athletic Camps

Bellefeuille Boys Basketball Camps

June 28 – July 1

Session I:

Grades entering 7-9

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Cost: $95

Session II:

Grades entering 4-6

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Cost: $80

Session III:

Grades entering 1-3

3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Cost: $60

MS Skills:

Monday and Thursday mornings June-July

Grades entering 5-8

7:00 – 8:00 am

Cost: $50

HS Skills:

Monday and Thursday mornings June-July

Grades entering 9-12

8:00 – 10:00 am

Cost: $50

(Includes an hour of weight training at no additional cost.)

Girls Basketball Camps

July 20-22

Grades Entering: 1-9

Session I:

Grades entering 7-9

9:00 am-12:00 pm I

Cost: $90

Session II:

Grades entering 4-6

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Cost: $70

Session III:

Grades entering 1-3

3:30-5:00 pm

Cost: $50

MS Skills:

Monday and Tuesday evenings June 7-July 27

Grades entering 5-8

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Cost: $50

HS Skills:

Monday and Tuesday evenings June 7-July 27

Grades entering 9-12

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Cost: $50

(Includes an hour of weight training at no additional cost.)

Volleyball Camps

July 12-15

Grades Entering: 2-12

Session I:

Elite Players – Varsity Experience Required

9:00 am-11:00 am I

Cost: $95

Session II:

Mid-Level Players – High School Playing Experience Required

11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Cost: $95

Session III:

Intro-Intermediate Players (Entering Grades 5-8)

2:00-4:00 pm

Cost: $95

Session IV:

Elementary Players (Entering Grades 2-4)

5:00-6:30 pm

Cost: $90

Boys Summer Volleyball

July 26-29

Grades Entering: 8-12

9:00 am-11:30 am

Cost: $95

Boys Summer Soccer Club

June 7 – July 30

Grades Entering: 5-12

Session I:

Grades entering 5-7

Mondays 6:00 pm-7:00 pm

Cost: $50

Session II:

Grades entering 8-12

Mondays 6:30-8:00 pm & Fridays 9:00 – 10:00 am

Cost: $70

Boys Youth Soccer Camp

June 8-11

Grades Entering: 3-4

9:00 am-11:00 am

Cost: $50

Arts and Activities Camps

Book Creator Camp

June 14-17

Grades Entering: 3-5

Time: 9:00 am-11:00 am 

Cost: $95

Description: The students will be creating a story plot, and then taking the story and creating an actual book. The book will have a complete short story, illustrations, and binding. 

Director: Rebecca Sultany, Legacy 4th Grade Teacher

Clay Camp

Summer Clay

June 8-11 & 14

Grades Entering:  5-12+

Session I:  9:00-11:30 am

Session II: 1:00-3:30 pm

Session III: 6:00-8:30 pm (Ages 18+)

Cost: $140/session (limit 12 per session)

Description: Exploration of hand building and wheel throwing techniques. Introduction to the use of various clay tools and glazing will be taught. A two-hour glazing session will take place the following
Monday, after dry time and firing. All ability levels are welcome. Due to the materials that must be purchased in advance, no refunds will be issued after the registration deadline. Each session is limited to 12 participants.

Director:  Andy Anderson, Legacy Art Teacher

Drama Camp: Emerging Performers

Sing, Dance, Act!

Ages: 4-6 & 7-10

Session I:  June 14-18 

Session II: June 21-25 

Time: 10:00 am-12:00 pm 

Cost: $95

Description: Calling all beginner performers! This 1 week class will introduce young performers to the exciting world of musical theatre through basic acting, singing, and dance via interactive performance games and exercises. Students should wear clothes they can move in and comfortable shoes (no flip flops) and bring a water bottle and easy to eat PEANUT FREE snack to class each day.

Directors: Jesse Wagner and Erin Lindberg, Legacy Faculty 

Drama Camp: Triple Threat Boot Camp

Vocal Mechanics, Choreography, & Advanced Acting

Ages: 11-14 & 15-18

Session I:  June 14-25 M/W 

Session II: June 14-25 T/Th 

Time: 1:00-4:00 pm 

Cost: $115

Description: Time to level up your performance skill-set! This 2-week intensive challenges the seasoned performer to enhance their musical theatre performance abilities in three key areas: 

  • Acting: character development, method acting, and improvisation
  • Voice: vocal mechanics for improved posture, tone, pitch, projection, and diction. 
  • Dance: enhanced proficiency in rhythm, timing, and muscle memory through complex choreography.

Students should wear clothes they can move in and comfortable, supportive shoes (no flip flops or slip on shoes) and bring a water bottle.

Directors: Jesse Wagner and Erin Lindberg, Legacy

Playground Palooza

PreK Class Party 2019

June 8-11

Grades Entering:  1-3

Time:  12:15-2:15 pm

Cost: $80

Description: An introduction to playground games and sports for the young and restless! Campers will learn the basics of games such as 4-square, Basketball, Jacks, & Gaga Ball just to name a few. Make it a full day by combining w/ Young Explorers Reading Camp!

Director:  Gracie Zieroth, Legacy Alumni & Collegiate Athlete

Young Explorers Reading Camp

June 8-11

Grades Entering:  1-3

Time:  9:00-11:30 am

Cost: $95

Description:  Spend a fun-filled week with other budding readers exploring and reading about the desert and other exciting places! All snacks and materials are provided and based on that day’s reading theme. Make it a full day by combining w/ Playground Palooza! Camp is limited to 15 participants.

Director:  Kim Zieroth, Legacy 1st Grade Teacher

PreK Summer Camp: Let's Play School!

Summer PreK

Ages 4-5

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

$20/Session

Session 1: Tuesday, June 8

Session 2: Tuesday, June 22

Session 3: Tuesday June 29


Description: The Pre-K kids will be “playing school” this summer.  This class will give the kiddos a chance to get together with their friends from Pre-K.  There will be a variety of activities like the school year.  A snack will be provided for the students. 

*Participants will need to bring their own lunch for these classes.

Some of the things they will be participating will be: songs & stories, skills review, fine and large-motor skills activities, science, theme days, outside/playground time, and art projects

Sign up for just one class or all of the classes or just a certain day of the week, whatever is best for your family and kiddo!  Each individual class will be run as a separate class and it will not run over from class to class.

Director: Mindy Johnson, Legacy PreK Teacher

PreK Summer Camp: Theme Days

All Theme Days are available for students ages 4-5 and run from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.


Princess Party

Session 1: Wednesday, June 9

Session 2: Wednesday, June 23

Description:

Calling all Princesses!  This class is for you!  The kids are invited to wear their favorite Princess attire to the class.  We will do doing all kinds of Princess activities.  We will be doing art, games and dramatic play activities. A snack will be provided during this class.  The Princesses that attend will be bringing home a crown and other goodies from the castle!  Each session is the same.


Pirate Party

Session 1: Thursday, June 10

Calling all Pirates!  This class is for you!  The kids are invited to wear their favorite Pirate attire to the class.  I will have items for the kiddos to wear as well to take home. We will do doing all kinds of Pirate activities.  We will be doing art, games and dramatic play activities.   A snack will be provided during this class.  The Pirates that attend will be bringing home some treasure!  


Games Galore!

Session 1: Thursday, June 24

Description:

Who doesn’t love games?!  The kids will play outside, gym and indoor games.  We will also play board games and other Pre-K games.  A snack will be provided for each participant.  During this time, they would make their own game as well to take home.  

Director: Mindy Johnson, Legacy PreK Teacher

The Innovation Station

4th grade innovation project

Grades Entering: 2-4/5-7

Dates: June 21-24

Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Cost: $95

Description:

Come join us to design, build, create, and use your imagination! Participants will be grouped by age to work through developmentally appropriate activities throughout the week.

Instructors: Tiffany Kubly and Janna Thorson, Legacy Faculty

Innovation Camp - 3D Printing and Makerspace

Grades Entering: 8-10

Dates: June 21-24

Time: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Cost: $115

Description: Come join us as we create and design with the goal of 3D-printing.  We also will take time to explore some of your interests as you have the opportunity to participate in a Makerspace.

Instructors: Janna Thorson, Legacy Faculty

SongWriting Workshop

Grades Entering: 9-12

Dates: July 26-29

Time: 1:00 – 3:30 pm

Cost: $150

Class Capacity: 6-12

Description: Mr. Rolly Rudzitis is a composer, arranger, producer and teacher. He has been composing for over 35 years and his music has been played on cable and TV networks across the world. Rolly Rudzitis is also a Worship Leader and has written and composed music for church worship as well as other venues. Rolly will be presenting a Songwriting Workshop for students that have an interest in composing their own music. Students attending this workshop will learn how to craft a song from the compositional stage, to recording, mixing and producing a song. We will be using the free web-based software “Bandlab” for the project. Some school equipment will be accessible by the students and a recording of their song will be made for the final project. Collaborating with others will also be part of the experience. This class is designed for those who are “passionate” about songwriting and have already had some experience composing on their own. This class is NOT about creating loops or learning how to play an instrument. Rather, the class is designed to help the beginning songwriter navigate through the process of composing from start to finish with the help and collaboration from myself and others. An application for this course will be provided at a later date for those interested in the workshop. Please read through the requirements carefully before considering applying.

 

Requirements:

  1. Students should have intermediate skills singing, or playing an instrument such as keyboard/guitar/drums. 
  2. Students must have some original ideas for songs prior to attending the class.
  3. Students must have their own personal computer (preferably a MAC, but not necessary)
  4. Students are to provide their own musical equipment (guitars, amps, etc.)
  5. Students will need to download Bandlab and have some experience with the basics prior to coming to class (how to record a voice, how to access sounds, etc.)
  6. Students will be required to do some work at home through the week.

Camp Policies

Refunds on cancellations are not guaranteed across all camps. Registrants can expect to receive an email confirming registration as well as a welcome email prior to the beginning of the camp. The email will contain additional information about the camp such as curriculum, what to expect, where to meet on the first day, what to bring, what to wear, etc.

Please pay close attention to the end time of camp and pick your student(s) up promptly.

Should the camp not reach the minimum number of participants, a notice will be sent a minimum of 1 week prior to the camp and a full refund will be issued.

Questions can be directed to Sarah Klawiter via summer@lcamn.org or 763-427-4595 ext 459.