MARCH 9, 2011

Bored kids? Black Mountain Campus Summer Program for kids of all ages

PHOENIX – Avoid the inevitable complaints of summer boredom and the hassle of finding things for your kids to do by enrolling them in the second annual Black Mountain Campus Summer Youth Program in Cave Creek, Carefree and north Scottsdale. The program offers two sessions: May 24 through June 30 and July 1 through Aug. 5. 

This convenient, affordable program is a partnership with Paradise Valley Community College, the Cave Creek Unified School District, Desert Foothills Community Education Program, Desert Foothills Library, Foothills Community Foundation (Holland Community Center) and the YMCA to provide kids ages 3 to 18 with healthy, safe activities that are enriching in body, mind and spirit.

Whether it's physical fitness kindergarten preparation, arts and crafts or music, the Black Mountain Campus Summer Youth Program has something to offer everyone's interest and skill levels. Find classes that fit your schedule at and register for classes at the FCF - Holland Community Center. Monday through Friday 9 a .m. – 4 p.m. or call 480-488-1090.

Students must be registered two business days prior to the start of class or a $25 late registration fee will be assessed. For more information, call 480-488-1090.

Black Mountain Campus is a multi-generational facility providing lifelong learning opportunities, community services, plus health and wellness programs through a partnership of Paradise Valley Community College, Desert Foothills YMCA and the FCF (Foothills Community Foundation). It is located at 34250 N. 60th St., at the foot of iconic Black Mountain at 60th Street, just south of Carefree Highway.