• Summer Camps 2020

  • Keys for Kids 

    Contact: Inga Magid

  • Lexington Recreation Department

    Lexington Recreation & Community Programs is proud to be offering seven different in-person programs over the summer of 2020 that include Archery, Tennis, Fitness, Cycling Minuteman Multi-Sports, Navigator club, and our new day camp LexRec S.O.A.R. (Summer Outdoor Arts & Recreation). We are also offering a wide variety of virtual courses that range from adult fitness to computer coding. We hope you can join us either in person or over Zoom this summer!

    Any questions please email recdept@lexingtonma.gov
    And check out our full summer brochure:


  • Russian School of Math

    Advance in Math this Summer with Courses Online!

    Students in grades K - 12 can choose from a variety of online math courses including those that will reinforce their knowledge and prepare them for the upcoming school year or math competition courses that will provide them with additional challenge. Test prep courses are also available. All courses are taught in a live, interactive, virtual classroom setting.

    See the full list of programs: https://www.russianschool.com/locations/

  • Middlesex Community College - 
    College for Kids

    MCC College for Kids goes virtual!

    Summer is around the corner and Middlesex Community College wants to help bring back a sense of normalcy, learning and routine. Middlesex has transitioned College for Kids to virtual platforms for this summer’s programming. Enrollment is now open.
    College for Kids offers one- and three-week, full- and half-day summer programs for children and teens ages 8-17. The program runs July 6 to Aug. 13. Classes will either run on Zoom, Google Classroom or Google Meet. Formatting classes to these virtual platforms ensures that kids remain safe and healthy as they learn.

    The fun and engaging summer programs provide youths with unique opportunities to explore careers, learn new skills, meet new friends and boost self- confidence. Programs are taught by public school teachers or professionals who are experts in their field.

    Explore topics such as Photography, Dungeons & Dragons, Decorating Baked Goods, Arts and Crafts, Minecraft, Science, Graphic Design, Writing, Dancing and Nutrition. Most College for Kids full-day offerings run Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Half-day programs run from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.

    Check out all of MCC's College for Kids programs 

    And programming in partnership with Black Rocket (PDF)

  • Lexington Historical Society

    Due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, Lexington Historical Society has made the difficult decision to cancel this year's in-person camp. However, we will be offering a Virtual Camp hosted through Zoom where campers will have the chance to tour our historic properties and complete a historical themed craft from the comfort of your home!

    Lexington Historical Society will be providing a "Camp in a Box" for each camper. For safety, some materials will need to be supplied by families (mainly simple recipe ingredients). Boxes will be available for pick-up at Munroe Tavern (date TBA) or by mail. Due to the time restraints in creating the boxes, registration for the camp will be closing on July 16th at 9 PM.

    For more information or to register for camp please visit https://www.lexingtonhistory.org/summercamp.html

  • Munroe Center for the Arts

    Munroe Center for the Arts has been serving Lexington residents and neighbors for many generations. This summer, ArtSpan is back with its summer camp - but with a pandemic twist!  We have been working under State reopening guidelines, as well as local Board of Health guidelines for camp licensure in order to provide a safe camp.  And we have been listening to our camp families and working with seasoned staff to bring about a fun camp as well. This year ArtSpan will be having an on-site program in the morning with ceramics and arts and crafts, plus an at-home, online program with a theater class, and a creativity challenge in the afternoon.

    Our on-site camp will be outside, or indoors with ventilated rooms if the weather is not hospitable. Campers and staff will be required to wear masks, and we will have a staggered drop-off and pick-up system to prevent congestion. Instead of going from class to class, this year campers will stay with the same teacher and counselor all week. Prior to camp, students will receive a bag of tools and materials for the week’s activities rather than share materials. Classes will be limited to eight campers per group.

    As part of its June reopening plan, the MCA has daily disinfecting of all touchpoints, as well as intermittent sanitizing during the day. More information about camp and the weekly themes can be found on www.MunroeCenter.org/ArtSpan. In addition to camp, ArtSpan is also offering a variety of online and on-site classes as well.  Any questions can be directed to Cristina Burwell at cristina@munroecenter.org