It’s only the start of spring, but before you know, the dog days of summer will be upon us. What can you do to keep the kids entertained? Where can they go to try new things, learn how to swim, meet new friends and have great adventures and even learn about places and cultures far away? There are many options to choose from locally that will fit the bill.

The staff at the Osprey Observer has collected the top recommendations for local summer camps and created this special pull out section.

Maybe your kids would like to spend the summer ‘horsing around.’ R&R Ranch offers just that opportunity, and not just to learn to horseback ride, but also about the care of the horses.

At Music Showcase, music and theatre take the stage and so can your child. Musicals such as Mary Poppins jr. and Fiddler on the Roof jr. will be offered, and your child can hold starring roles in these and other popular musicals offered from the Florida Academy of Performing Arts for children ages 5 and up.

For your actor or musician, check out Firehouse Cultural Center and Patel Conservatory also offer fun and exciting ideas.

The local YMCAs will offer many types of camps which mix fun along with great learning experiences. With plenty of choices, there is something for everyone.

Mathnasium is the place to help give them a strong start in the fall.

For dates, prices and registration information on these and more, turn the page and enjoy this special section and have a great summer.

Do you have a child interested in cooking? Check out Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium’s Cooking Camps for Kids through Teens.

With weekly themes utilizing age-specific activities and field trips that make BSAC unique, your kids will enjoy every moment of summer camp.

Did we miss one?

Let us know by e-mailing subject line “Summer Camp” to michelle@ospreyobserver.com and we will be sure to add our full listing online and in future editions.

Camp BSAC

Brandon Sports & Aquatics (BSAC) impacts lives and the community as a whole by providing over 10,000 swim lessons per year, in conjunction with its mission to prevent youth drowning. It also provides quality affordable childcare for working families. There is programming for the special needs population with its Team Trident Program, which is focused on three main areas: active recreation, proper socialization and interpersonal skills, and independent life skills.

There is something at BSAC for every child. Over the past 55 years local families have counted on BSAC to provide year-round, quality sports, recreation and educational experiences for their children. We are a favorite of working parents who want to feel good about where they are leaving their kids every day; that the kids are safe, are learning valuable athletic and social skills and are practicing good leadership.

Summer Camp at BSAC is a place for all children to be active, exploratory, creative, independent, playful, friendly, and confident. Join in for BSAC’s Passport to Adventure where your child will experience food, games and culture from all around the world. Both full day, half day and drop-in options at an affordable rate are offered. There are field trips weekly for all ages too.

Every week the children will ‘travel’ to a new region of the globe, earning passport stamps as they go. They will dazzle you with the stories of their daily adventures as they bring out their inner Beast Mode in Africa and Seas the Day exploring the Islands.

Along with the Summer Camp Experience, additional programming, such as swim lessons are offered. The Learn to Swim Program is the most comprehensive swim lesson program in our area, working with ages six months and up. These are conveniently offered during your child’s Summer Camp day.

Bricks4Kidz

Bricks 4 Kidz Tampa is back with awesome LEGO® Summer Camps being offered all over the Brandon, Riverview, and Valrico areas. Join in for a different theme each week such as Star Wars, Minecraft, Ninjago, and much more! Each week our campers will be building signature Bricks 4 Kidz robotic LEGO® models, very popular LEGO® mosaics and 3D LEGO® sculptures, as well as playing fun games and creating arts and crafts projects they will get to take home. At the end of each week, every camper will get to take home their very own LEGO® mini figure. Each day and week will be a brand new LEGO® adventure you won’t want to miss.

Below is the schedule for the camps being offered at nearby locations:

We Rock The Spectrum in Valrico, Monday to Friday, June 18-22: LEGO® STAR WARS Camp; July 9 – July 13: LEGO® Movies Camp and July 30 – August 3: LEGO® Superheroes and Villains.

Livingstone Academy Campuses in Seffner, Riverview, and Bloomingdale: May 29 – June 1: LEGO® STAR WARS-Mincraft Mashup Camp (Seffner Campus); Monday to Friday, June 25 – 29: Autism Spectrum LEGO Club Brandon Area LEGO Camp Morning Session (Bloomingdale) and July 23-July 27: LEGO® Mashup Camp (Riverview Campus).

Sign up today at www.bricks4kidz.com/florida-tampa or call 545-4282.

Musical Theater And Much More Offered At Firehouse Cultural Center

The Firehouse Cultural Center will be offering Summer Camp through the summer. It is located at 101 1st Ave. NE in Ruskin.

Week 1: June 4 – June 8 – Musical Theater I; Week 2: June 11 – June 15; Musical Theater II

Week 3: June 18 – June 22; Musical Theater III; Week 4: June 25 – June 29; Musical Theater IV

Week 5: July 2 – July 6; No Camp on Wednesday, July 4; Week 6: July 9 – July 13; The Art of Printmaking

Week 7: July 16 – July 20; Cartooning & Animation; Week 8: July 23 – July 27; Robotics-Materials Fee for Robotics: $50

Week 9: July 30 – August 3; Robotics -Materials Fee for Robotics: $50.

For more information, call 645-7651 or visit www.firehouseculturalcenter.org.

Dance, Music And Theater Camps Take Center Stage At Patel Conservatory

Registration is now open for Patel Conservatory dance, music and theater summer camps and classes, which begin the week of May 29.

Nearly 70 camps and classes are offered, most with performance opportunities, for students of all ages and abilities.

Some camps and classes require auditions. Theater auditions will be held March 29, April 19 and May 18 and music auditions will be held April 7 and May 5. Auditions for Patel Conservatory Popular Dance (PCPD) classes will be held April 7. Registration for auditions is required.

Additional information about the Patel Conservatory, including audition scheduling, is available at www.patelconservatory.org and by calling 222-1040.

Nearly $200,000 in scholarships will be awarded for Patel Conservatory camps and classes this summer. Scholarship applications are available online and the priority deadline is April 16.

The Patel Conservatory offers classes in dance, music and theater for students of all ages and experience levels. Each year, the Patel Conservatory and the Straz Center’s arts education programs enrich the lives of more than 70,000 students in our classrooms, on our stages and through the community.

The Patel Conservatory is located at the Straz Center, 1010 N Macinnes Pl. in Tampa. Visit www.patelconservatory.org.

Busch Gardens Offers Exciting And Educational Camp Programs

Busch Gardens’ Summer Day Camp is a time to make new friends, try new things, come face-to-face with a giraffe and challenge North America’s tallest freestanding drop tower.

For more than 25 years, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has provided children with inspiring, exciting and educational experiences with some of the best Tampa summer camp options found anywhere. A variety of Summer Day Camps to fit your student’s grade level and interest are offered.

Different programs are offered for kids in grades K through 8th. Day Camps include daily lunches, snacks and drinks, a Camp T-shirt and a water bottle, complimentary photo with a Busch Gardens animal ambassador and complimentary admission to Busch Gardens following camp each day for camper.

For students in grades 9-12, Busch Gardens offers Counselor in Training. If you are looking for something fun to do this summer, that will provide you with valuable career experience, then the Busch Gardens Counselor in Training program (CIT) is the summer camp program for you. This week-long program offers a real opportunity to learn from the best. Expert educators will share their experience and knowledge with you on topics from child development to zoo careers and environmental awareness. Complete a specialized orientation and participate side by side with camp counselors during the summer day camp programs. Application required.

Information is available at https://buschgardens.com/tampa/summer-camps/day-camps/.

If your child is looking for a home-away experience, Busch Gardens Summer Resident Camp offers this chance for students. Busch Gardens Summer Resident Camps have combined nature and thrills to create a unique one-of-a-kind experience. Based out of a secure onsite dormitory, Mzinga Lodge, camper’s grades 5 through college are provided with an all-inclusive camp experience from start to finish.

Come Experience The World With Kids R Kids

Some of the fun summer programs taking place at Kids R Kids this summer include:

Kid Power – Explore heroes around the world to create an unforgettable superhero story of your own that combines STEAM concepts with special powers.

Epic Escape – Solve ‘the-who-done- it’ cases from favorite children’s liaterature and global mysteries throughout history. Use secret code detective work, teamwork and problem-solving to reveal the plots of epic literature.

Melting Pot – Get involved in making the world a better place by visiting new cultures, exploring unique languages, cooking up new recipes using math and science and creating new traditions for your family.

Mind Blast – Build an original, interactive game using recycled materials found in your community. This is a fun-focused week that fuses innovation, imagination and conservation.

Pay it Forward – Create a lasting impression on the world by expressing your kindness and goodwill through community-focused projects and cooperative games that will unite everyone involved.

Other fun weeks include Creative Destination, Steam Revolution, Cloud Exploration, Habitat Hunters, Globe Trotters and Our Town.

Kids ‘R’ Kids has two locations:

Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Valrico is located at 4321 Lynx Paw Trail in Valrico. Call 657-6200 for more information and Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Circa/FishHawk, 5815 Kids Crossing Dr. Call 654-7000 for more information.

Visit www.krkvalrico.com/programs/2018-summer-camp

Spend The Summer At R&R Ranch Horsin’ Around

Summer Campers will enjoy riding and caring for horses at family-owned R&R Ranch.

It specializes in safe enjoyable horse experiences. The name stands for ‘Rest” and “Relaxation’ and also offers pony parties,  trail riding lessons, horse boarding, playgroups and horse camps. 

Summer Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily Monday to Friday. Early and late pickup can be arranged.

Student’s ages 6 to 12 years are invited to attend.

Campers will enjoy: a daily trail ride or lesson, pony painting, hay rides, lots of games, snowball fight, learning how to care for horses and farm animals, bounce castle, Lunch and disco in the air conditioned camp house.

There is a petting zoo with baby bunnies, chicks, ducks and baby pigs. Kids will also get to enjoy arts and crafts and more.

Campers should wear closed toe shoes and comfortable clothes. They will also need a swim suit if they want to participate in the water activities. Campers will need to bring their lunch and lots to drink.  Sunscreen and bug spray are also recommended. Safety helmets will be provided.

R&R Ranch is located at 9805 Bryant Rd. in Lithia. Visit www.rrranchlithia.com.

Improve Math Performance Over The Summer At Mathnasium Brandon

Incorporating math studies into a student’s summer routine brings other significant benefits. “Take advantage of the more relaxed environment of summer break as a golden opportunity to improve math performance,” suggests Becky McDaniels, Center Director at Mathnasium Brandon and Mathnasium @home.

Mathnasium’s new @Home tutoring program will also help students keep up on their math skills from virtually anywhere.

“During the summer, children have a lot of unstructured time, allowing them to unplug their busy minds and begin making different connections. These are ideal conditions for effectively absorbing new information and having a sudden ‘aha’ moment when concepts click into place. McDaniels has found the summer months to be a great opportunity for students to work on mathematics and have seen children make great strides with a serious commitment of just two to three hours a week all while having a great time.

Call 655-MATH or visit online at www.mathnasium.com/brandon to schedule summer sessions at your neighborhood center or at home using its Mathnasium @home program and combat the summer slide from virtually anywhere.

Mathnasium will also be offering a coding/robotics camp this year on Sunday, June 17 and July 15. More dates to be added based on enrollment.

Mathnasium of Brandon is located at 1048 Bloomingdale Ave. in Valrico in Plaza Bella.

Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium Is Cook Up Some Summer Fun

Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium’s Summer Camps are a great way to learn new skills in the kitchen, create tasty recipes, and meet lots of new friends. The only things you need to be prepared are closed toe shoes and a restraint for shoulder length hair.  All the ingredients, tools, and even the fun is included.  

Students are taught how to properly use real kitchen tools, knives, and appliances safely under adult supervision. Students come away with the confidence to prepare dishes that are age appropriate and tasty. The goal is to encourage your child to be a help in the kitchen and to have fun while building a lifetime of good skills. 
 
Cooking Camps for kids ages 6-9 will take place from 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. daily and the tween’s and teen’s Summer Camps, ages 10-15) will take place from 2-4:30 p.m.

Camps will take place weekly for four days and run from May 29 through August 2.

Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium is located at Brandon Crossroads, 2080 Badlands Dr. in Brandon. Call 653-2418 or visit www.rollingpinonline.com.

Your Kids Will Enjoy Their Best Summer Ever At YMCA Camps

The area YMCA’s offer a lot of options for summer camp fun. With the full day camp experience, campers enjoy days full of themed camp fun like arts and crafts, swimming games and more.

Specialty Full Day Camps include time throughout the week spent engaged in activities specific to the specialty chosen.

If your camper is looking to spend an entire day immersed in something they are passionate about, the Aquatics, Sports, Teen or Gymnastics camps may be for them.

Is your camper looking for a unique adventure? Two camp options may be YMCA Camp Cristina or The First Tee of Tampa Bay.

Preschool and Adaptive Camps are offered at a few locations too.

For more information at some of the local Y’s, call North Brandon Family YMCA at 685-5402, Campo Family YMCA at 684-1371, YMCA Camp Cristina at 677-8400 and Spurlino Family YMCA at Big Bend Road at 228-9622.

Enjoy The Summer Scene 2018 At The Florida Academy Of Performing Arts

Full and half day camps are available for kids ages 5 and up at The Florida Academy of Performing Arts (FAOPA) at Music Showcase.

Kids will enjoy music, acting, guitar and drums, field trips, singing and games and more.

Musical Theatre productions of Mary Poppins jr., Seussical, Fiddler on the Roof jr. and Junie B. Jones The Musical jr. will all take place this summer.

Daily themes will include Wicked, The Greatest Showman, Frozen, Hamilton and more.

For more information, call 490-2787 or visit faopa.org.

Second Annual Family-Friendly Summer Camp Expo

The Family-Friendly Summer Camp Expo (Tampa Edition) will kick off on Saturday, April 7 from 4-7 p.m. at the George M. Steinbrenner Field in connection with the Tampa Tarpons MLB team Inaugural Home Opener. When families pre-register online, they can take advantage of discounted $1 admission tickets to the Expo and the game.

The Summer Camp Expo will offer a one-stop shop to local summer camps, summer activities, special needs camps, family products and services. The first 250 families will receive a free swag bag. Kids can run the bases, get player autographs, enjoy a fun Kids Zone, live entertainment, and so much more. There will be lots of giveaways and prizes up for grabs. Make sure to stay for the post-game fireworks. Visit FamilyFriendlyTampaBay.com for ticket info.

Learn Baseball From The Pros At Ostingers Academy Baseball Camp

Ostingers Academy will hold Baseball Camp this summer to give your child a better understanding of the game of baseball, through instruction, drills, and games. Having a good time while learning the fundamentals will be the main focus of this camp.

Ostingers staff is made up of all former professional players who instruct, teaching the game from the ground up. The camp is not a full day camp with video games and indoor activities.

Jim Osting is a Baseball Instructor with 120 years of professional baseball playing experience including two years of Major League Experience (Padres and Brewers).

Patrick Ryan is a Baseball Instructor with eight years professional pitching experience. Kris Wilken is the Head Baseball Coach at Bloomingdale High School and has six years of professional playing experience College and high school players trained by Ostingers Academy will assist your child throughout their camp experience. Additional help is provided from Ostinger players current and past to make the campers experience one of a kind.

Camp weeks run Monday to Friday, June 4-8, July 9-13 and July 23-27. Camps run half days from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Camps are held Monday to Wednesday at Ostingers Academy and Thursday and Friday at the FishHawk Sports Complex. The cost is $175 (multi week/multi camper discount).

For more information or to register, call 737-3000 or visit www.OstingBaseball.com.

TechPlayzone Offers Hands-On Technology Enrichment In Fun & Safe Environment

TechPlayzone has led the charge for engaging young people in science, technology, engineering, and math since 2005.

With an increased demand for hands-on technology enrichment, TechPlayzone has continued to provide families with excellent curriculum, and fun in a safe environment for all kids. Give your child a high-tech advantage at TechPlayzone this summer.

TechPlayzone is pleased to offer 4 weeks of STEM Camp for beginning and returning TechPlayzone campers in 2nd-5th grade. TechPlayzone is honored to partner with FIRST LEGO League at Hillsborough Community College to power the FIRST LEGO League Camp.

We also offer engineering enrichment specifically for 6th – 8th grade students.

Using TechPlayzone’s formula of hands-on project-based learning with cutting edge technology, students can work at their own pace or work as a team with the assistance of facilitators and staff members to complete one of the engineering projects each week.

For information, visit techplayzone.com, call 684-7329 or email techplayzone@gmail.com.

Find Fun Activities For Your Budding Artists At Center Place Fine Arts

Who knew that art could be so much fun? This summer, you can sign up your budding artists, ages 7 to 16, for workshops at Center Place Fine Arts. Learn about painting, drawing, pottery, modeling and more.

Workshops include Art Mural, Be Your Own Beautiful, Creative 3-D Masks, Discover America, Paper Sculptures, Recycled Art, Space Art, Wet & Wild Canvases, Drawing and more.

Center Place is located at 619 Vonderburg Dr., Ste. B in Brandon.

Classes are offered from Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Register today by calling 685-8888 or visit www.centerplacebrandon.org.

Art Monkey

Join in the fun this summer at Art Monkey Summer Camps, which will meet from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Camp is open to children ages 8 and up. Art Monkey offers a lot of creativity using pottery, clay, tie dye, mosaics and more.

The Art Monkey is a wacky, fun, funky, and awesome place to express your creative side.
Weekly themes will have coordinating projects. The participants will enjoy ‘Fun Friday’ with a movie and pizza party.

The cost is $240 per child per week. You can register at www.artandicecream.com.

While at Art Monkey you can enjoy some of the best ice cream around.  Walk-in pottery and canvas painting as well as birthday parties, special events, classes, camps, and girl’s night out are also offered.

We have something for every age! Come join us today and check out what you’ve been missing
For more information, call 315-9803.

Summer Camp At T.L.C.’s Gypsy Haven

T.L.C.’s Gypsy Haven is now registering for summer camp. With limited space (8 spots weekly), you will want to call early.

Your kids, from age 7 and up, will have a lot of fun enjoying weekly themed horseback riding camps. They will receive hands-on experience, learning to ride as well as how to groom the horses.

Camp takes place Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting Monday, June 4. Your kids will enjoy field trips each Friday they are at camp.

Just 10 minutes from FishHawk, T.L.C. Gypsy Haven is located at 4325 Keysville Rd. in Lithia.
For more information, call Tammi at 842-4236 or visit www.tlcsfarms.com.

Florida Hawks

The Florida Hawks will be offering two camps this summer.

Soccer Fun With Coach Juan
Soccer Fun with Coach Juan will take place July 2, 3, 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Camp is for boys and girls born between 2006 and 2011. Kids will receive age appropriate technical and tactical instruction – small sided games – daily 5 v 5 competitions – daily soccer tennis and soccer golf competitions. There is a professional coaching staff and athletic trainer onsite. There will be a hydration station and camp shirt.

Your child must bring readiness to have a lot of fun playing soccer as well as cleats, shin guards, and a ball. A snack and water bottle should also be brought to camp. The cost is $ 215.

Goalkeeper Summer Camp
Goalkeeper’s Summer Camp for male and female goalkeepers will take place July 23 to 27.
Age Groups include – 10U, 11U – 12U, 13U and Up, College Level.

Features include: Daily session of specific, age appropriate Goalkeeper Skills; Daily session of tactical aspects of the Goalkeeper Position; Daily Video Session on technical and tactical aspects of the Goalkeeper Position; Daily “Only a Goalkeeper can do it” Competition; Daily Crossbar Challenge Competition; Daily Goalkeeper War Competition; Experienced Coaching Staff and optimal Coach to Player Ratio; Athletic Trainer onsite; Hydration Station; Camp T Shirt and Written Evaluation at the end of Camp.

Your Goalkeeper must bring every day: Readiness to work hard, very hard; Gloves (two or three pairs due to the wetness of summer); Two sets of goalkeeper gear (same as above); Cleats, shin guards, and a ball; Lunch and Water bottle. The cost is $495 for the week.

Camps will be held at the FishHawk Sports Complex Soccer Fields. Register online for both camps at www.floridahawksfc.com.

FishHawk Ranch Tennis Club Offers Tennis For All Levels Of Skill

FishHawk Ranch Tennis Club is offering its Sixth Annual Tennis Camp for your child ages 6 and up. Full day camps include plenty of tennis games and fun.

Kids cool down in an air conditioned event room, and during lunch times engage in other fun outdoor and indoor games. On Fridays, campers walk down to the Starling pool and game room for a nice finish to the week. All levels from Beginning to Advanced. Register online at FishHawkRanchTennisClub.com or call the Pro Shop at 681-4000.

Mathnasium Of Riverview Makes Summer Math Fun

Summer time is ideal for having fun and at Mathnasium of Riverview, they understand that and have put together a comprehensive summer math program that makes math sense and they have fun doing so.

The programs range from helping to stop finger counting to Calculus. Summer is a perfect, no-stress time to stay in tune with math. With Mathnasium being the ‘Math’ in STEM, Mathnasium knows how to teach math.

Text LEARN to 57711for your first pre-enrollment special discount.

Mathnasium of Riverview is located in the Publix shopping center on Symmes Rd. and 301.
Call 844-667-6284 or email Riverview@Mathnasium.com.

Your Child Will Reach Their Potential At PROtential Summer Camps

PROtential offers action-packed, full-day summer camps that rotate between multiple sporting activities including swimming. Your child is given the opportunity to participate in many engaging and fun-filled field trips including, but not limited to laser tag, roller skating, bowling, water skiing, horseback riding, and more.

Staff strives to provide an environment that encourages and strengthens while developing good character.

The cost is $125 per week. You can choose from two Riverview locations – one in Panther Trace and one in Rivercrest. Visit www.protentialsports.com/camps to register.

Call 843-9460 for more information.

Camp Osprey Offers Traditional Overnight Summer Camp

If you are looking for an overnight camp option that is not too far from home, consider Camp Osprey. This overnight traditional summer camp is for boys and girls ages 7-15. It is located on 204 acres of beautiful woodlands, nestled alongside the Little Manatee River in Wimauma.

Campers live in spacious, newly remodeled, air conditioned cabins with covered porches, electric lighting, bunk beds, picnic tables and fire pits. Boys and girls cabins are located on opposite sides of the camp.

A unique program of recreation, adventure, creativity, and exploration is provided, including a high ropes challenge course, ziplines, horseback riding, canoeing, paintball, swimming, and campfire nights. Each day is filled with loads of summer fun and an amazing range of camp activities at an all-inclusive price.

Camp is secured with automatic gates that remain locked to the general public. All staff and camp counselors are background checked.

Visit www.camposprey.com for more information.

Play Baseball Or Softball At Rich Luppino’s United Sports Academy

Four Bloomingdale Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth baseball and softball summer camps will be held at the Bloomingdale Sports Complex.

With four great camps to choose from, your kids will enjoy skill training, fun drills and instruction games.

Camp #1 takes place Tuesday to Friday, May 29-June 1; Camp #2 takes place Monday to Friday, June 4-8; Camp #3 takes place Monday to Friday, July 30-August 3 and Camp #4 takes place Monday to Thursday, August 6-9. All camps take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Camp is for ages 5-12. Bring your gear, drinks, snacks and lunch. The cost is $150 per week or $40 per day. Discounts provided for team, sibling or multiple camps. For more information or to register, call 561-951-6141.

Tampa Bay History Center Offers History Adventure Camps

Step back into Florida’s past with unique games and projects, themed field trips, outdoor fun, and hands-on interactions with real historians and experts during the History Center’s History Adventure Camps.

Six different themed camps explore Florida’s unique history, from Pirates and Explorers to the Everglades. Camps are open to children ages 7–11 and led by experienced educators dedicated to providing unique, educational and engaging experiences campers won’t forget.

Camps for boys and girls run Monday to Friday, June 4-8, June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13, July 23-27 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and have a different theme each week.

Camps include crafts, games and a bit of history, guest speakers, indoor and outdoor fun, and Museum Insider’s Tour.

Middle-school students can take a walk on the wild side.

From swamps to beaches and oceans, discover the beauty and complexity of Florida’s natural environment during Wild Florida, Tuesday to Thursday, July 10-12 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

For more information, contact the Education Department at 675-8987 or ahoffman@tampabayhistorycenter.org. Visit the webiste at https://www.tampabayhistorycenter.org/camps/.