Boys & Girls Club Phone Number (907) 248 5437
Main Office www.bgcalaska.org
2300 W 36th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99517
FREE MEALS Monday through Friday at 4:30 p.m. at all Anchorage Clubhouses.
2012 Athletic Dates
Register for sports online
Hockey – Season runs from October through March
Basketball – Season runs from January through April
Volleyball – Season runs from January through April
Soccer – Season runs from mid-May through July
Football – Season runs from July through mid-October
Big Brothers, Big Sisters Phone Number (907) 278 2621
1057 West Fireweed Lane, www.bbbsak.org
Anchorage AK 99503
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska strengthens our communities by providing mentors to all children who need and want a caring adult role model – special friends who can help them expand their horizons, realize their potential and enrich their futures – changing their lives.
Camp Fire Phone Number (907) 279 3551
161 Klevin St., Suite 100 www.campfireak.org
Anchorage, AK 99508
Registration, prices, and session dates for the 2013 summer session will be open in March.
Camp Fire offers many different Summer Camps to choice from, these include:
Camp K located on Kenai Lake,
Summer Adventure Program located in various elementary schools in the Anchorage area, Monday – Friday 7 am – 6 pm
Camp Si-La-Meo is located at Alaska Pacific University,
Boy Scouts of America. Great Alaska Council Phone Number (907) 337 9547
3117 Patterson St Toll Free: (800) 478 9549
Anchorage, AK 99504 www.scoutingalaska.org
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Open the 1st Saturday of every month (excluding holidays): 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Cub Scout Program – ages 6 to 10
Boy Scout Program – ages 11 to 17
Venturing Program – 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) to 20
Girl Scouts of Alaska Phone Number (907) 248 2250
3911 Turnagain Blvd. East Toll free (800) 478 7448
Anchorage, AK 99517 www.girlscoutalaska.org
Girl membership: The total cost for girl membership including annual membership fee and Council Service Fee (CSF) is $17. The $12 registration fee is transferred to Girl Scouts of USA, which provides our carefully-researched programming materials and other support to councils. The CSF ($5) will stay within our council to support local programming.
Adult membership: The Annual Membership Dues for adults is $12.
Camps located around Anchorage, and the Matsu Valley
Singing Hills in Chugiak, AK *cost depends on student’s grade & length of camp
Togowoods located in Wasilla, AK *cost depends on student’s grade & length of camp
Kenai Lake located in Cooper Landing, AK *cost depends on grade & length of camp
Trailside Discovery Camp Phone Number (907) -274-5437
807 G St. Suite 100 Fax Number- 274-8733
Anchorage, AK akcenter.org/trailside-discovery/camps/default-page
Trailside offers environmental education program for Alaska’s school children. The mission is to provide a broad range of outdoor environmental education experiences for students of all ages and from all economic, social and cultural backgrounds. They offer camps during winter break and spring break. They offer full day and half day camps for kids. The rates are $10/student for full day sessions and $5/student for half day sessions.
Victory Bible Camp Phone Number (907) 745 3203
64741 S. Victory Rd www.vbcalaska.org
Sutton, AK 99674
Victory Bible Camps rest at the base of the Talkeetna Mountains along the river valley of the Matanuska River. From this retreat 95 miles northeast of Anchorage, the staff of Victory faithfully serves thousands of people yearly from Alaska and beyond. The grounds provide a rich combination of natural beauty, modern conveniences, and activities that help campers and guests gain a fresh focus on the important relationships that are part of their lives.
Summer brings camp season with something for anyone from 2nd grade through high school. Choose from 3 different resident camps, a SALT leadership program, a mountain pack trip, or a wilderness trip experience
Alaska Zoo Day Camps Phone Number (907) 341 6432
4731 O’Malley Road www.alaskazoo.org
Anchorage, AK 99507
$70 for pass holders, $85 for non-pass holders
Price includes snacks, lunch, and take home items
Adventure Camps start at 9 am – 3 pm open to children ages 6 – 10
Anchorage 4H Phone Number (907) 786 6300
Anchorage Office www.uaf.edu/ces/4h/
1675 C Street Suite 100
Anchorage, AK 99501-5153
The Anchorage District 4-H program welcomes all youth grades K-12 to join a 4-H club or to form a new one that meets in your area. It’s easy and fun to get involved in 4-H, whether you like horses, arts and crafts, or science. What’s your interest? Check out 4-H and find out what you stand for!
Special Needs Summer Camp
Focus Summer Program Phone Number (907) 694 – 6002
11901 Business BLVD, Suite 209 focusoutreach.org/pages/summer-program
Eagle River, AK 99577
The Summer Program runs for nine weeks every summer, during the months of June and July. The program runs from 9:00 – 4:30, Monday through Thursday. Each day starts and ends at the Beach Lake campground in Chugiak.
After school Program
Phone Number (907) 727 4783
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Located at the Focus Building in Eagle River, the program is closed during school vacations, holidays, and snow days.
Out North Art Program Phone Number (907) 947 8584
3800 Debar Road http://www.outnorth.org/
Anchorage, AK 99508
Session 1 starts at 9:00 am
Session 2 starts at 1:00 pm
Each week we will learn about a new artist or technique, and will explore a variety of traditional visual art mediums such as painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, fiber art, and sculpture. In the future we will also explore artistic expression through music, poetry, and theatre.
Challenge Alaska Phone Number (907) 3444 7399
Challenge Alaska Building www.challengealaska.org
3350 Commercial Drive, email@example.com
Anchorage, AK 99501
Challenge Alaska strives to improve the lives of people with disabilities and the whole community through adaptive sports, therapeutic recreation and education. Participation in our programs helps people break down the barriers that exist for them in many aspects of life, by building confidence and security, creating an infrastructure for support, increasing mobility, and improving health; which in turn promotes education, social development and involvement, employment, and the ultimate goal of independence.