Thank you for a great summer at at Nook Kids Camp! Registration for next summer will open January 1, 2020!
Our staff is dedicated to developing your child into future athletes. Our skill building youth clinics will focus on teamwork, confidence, proper technique, and build strength in a fun and safe environment. Below is a listing of what clinics we offer. Contact us today about these upcoming clinics!
Nook Kid's Night
UPDATE: We have postponed Nook Kid Night, and hope to return again in January 2021!
On the second Friday of every month, enjoy a night out while we entertain your children! With different themes every month and all The Nook has to offer, your child will have a blast with our staff! Snack and dinner are included. Registration for this event will close on the day of Nook Kid’s Night at 12:00pm. Children in this class should be potty-trained.
Ages: Potty trained – 12
Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members (10% sibling discount)
Nook Days Off
Spooky Nook Days Off are scheduled on days off of school. Following local District’s calendar, Spooky Nook will provide care and activities for your child. Free time in the arcade, access to Clip N’ Climb, arts and crafts, lunch & two snacks, group games, and sports play are all included in your child’s Day Off.
Ages: Kindergarten – 6th grade
Time: 7:00am – 6:00pm
Cost: $45 members per day, $55 non-members per day (10% sibling discount with promo code “10%”)
Registration for each Nook Day Off will close 48 hours prior to that day.
Run. Jump. Play! for Homeschoolers
Spooky Nook also offers special Run. Jump. Play. clinics for Homeschoolers. These clinics are scheduled with homeschool families in mind. Run, Jump, Play! is an exciting new fitness program for kids ages 6–12. Using a variety of games and activities, we have developed a new program that will help children improve their overall fitness and health. By incorporating key body movements, this program will help establish and build agility, stability, flexibility, endurance and core strength. There is no better way to encourage the development of your child’s gross motor skills than to participate in physical activity!