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Tempe summer camps, classes and programs open for registration

Posted 5/11/22

The summer Tempe Opportunities brochure is jam packed with classes, programs and camps to keep every member of the family active, engaged and having fun this summer.

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Tempe summer camps, classes and programs open for registration

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The summer Tempe Opportunities brochure is jam packed with classes, programs and camps to keep every member of the family active, engaged and having fun this summer.

Choose activities in a variety of areas like adaptive recreation, aquatics, arts, boating, exercise and fitness, special interest, sports, STEM, tennis and more. Quality classes and camps are available for all ages and abilities at convenient times, locations and affordable prices.

View the brochure and register online at tempe.gov/play.

You can also pick up a printed brochure and register in person at Tempe’s community centers:

  • Escalante Community Center, 2150 E. Orange St.
  • Kiwanis Recreation Center, 6111 S. All America Way
  • North Tempe Multi-generational Center, 1555 N Bridalwreath St.
  • Pyle Adult Recreation Center, 655 E Southern Ave.
  • Westside Multi-generational Center, 715 W 5th St.

Need help making it more affordable? The Community Services Scholarship Program is for Tempe and Guadalupe residents ages 0-17 and/or youth enrolled in a Tempe Public School.

For more information, visit tempe.gov/play or call the Recreation Administration Office at 480-350-5200.

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