The Maryland SoccerPlex & Discovery Sports Center
have partnered again with the BlackRock Center for the Arts
to bring you a half-day Sports & Arts Camp.
Campers get the chance to spend the mornings playing various sports,
like soccer, dodgeball, kickball, basketball, flag football and much more;
then experience Visual Arts classes
during the afternoon sessions.
Spend 7 weeks playing in the morning and creating in the afternoon
at Sports Meets the Arts Camp.
June 18 - June 22
June 25 - June 29
July 9- July 13
July 16 - July 20
July 30 - August 3
August 6 - August 10
August 13 - August 17
9:00am - 4:00pm (Play in the Morning)
12:00pm - 1:00pm (Lunch)
1:00pm - 4:00pm (Create in the Afternoon)
$265 per camper/week
8:00am - 9:00am (Morning)
4:00pm - 6:00pm (Afternoon)
$10 per camper/hr
How to Register for your Summer Fun Today:
|2 Step Registration Process|
Registration for Extended Care is available online.
*Please note that Online Registration only accepts Discover, VISA or MasterCard
|Step 2: Health & Information Form
If your child does not attend a State of Maryland public or private school,
please complete the Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Immunization Form.
If your child must take medication while they attend camp,
please complete the Medication Administration Authorization Form
and have it signed by your child’s physician prior to the camp start date.
Note: All completed forms can be faxed, e-mailed or brought in
Discovery Sports Center
1. Is this an indoor camp?
A. The Sports Meet the Arts Camp is an indoor/outdoor camp.
The Camp Director loves to utilize the entire facility and usually takes the campers outside
at least once a day (pending weather). The sports portion is a combination of indoors and outdoors.
The arts portion of the camp is indoors.
2. Do campers need to bring a lunch?
A. Campers must bring either a bag lunch or money to purchase lunch from the Discovery Sports Center Cafe.
3. What does my child need to bring to camp each day?
A. It is recommended that campers bring a change of clothes daily.
Usually with it being so hot during the summer, the Camp Director likes to add
water play when the campers go outside.