This listing of summer camps and enrichment activities have been compiled for a quick glance into all the different pathways your children and youth can explore for fun learning experiences this summer.
This guide is brought to you by: Cabell County Family Resource Network, Cabell County Student Empowerment Team, Huntington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Hourglass Media.
Please be sure to confirm dates, times, and details with each program.
Listing as of June 24, 2021
This listing of summer camps and enrichment activities have been compiled for a quick glance into all the different pathways your children and youth can explore for fun learning experiences this summer. Confirm dates, times, and details with each program. A full list with links to each program can be found below.
Huntington Fun For Kids offers the opportunity to see, play, and explore every week day during the months of June and July at Huntington Museum of Art, Camden Park, Heritage Farm, and Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation. Go to facebook.com/Funington for more information.
Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors’ Bureau
Discover all there is to see and do in Cabell & Wayne County.
Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District
For information about activities with the GHPRD Recreation Team at different parks each week, visit http://www.ghprd.org
Fun events for kids and families are scheduled all summer long! facebook.com/BvilleParksRec/
4H Camps: County virtual 4-H camps are listed at www.extension.wvu.edu/cabell/4h For more information about how to participate this year call 304-526-8458.
Arts in Action in Hurricane: Four different arts education programs Visit www.artsinactionwv.org or call 304-419-4446 for more information on classes.
Beech Fork State Park Events: Special historical History Alive! events are happening at the park this summer. Call 304-528-5794 or visit www.wvstateparks.com/park/beech-fork-state-park for more information.
Cabell County Public Library: Year-round programs and an event calendar at www.cabell.lib.wv.us
Cabell County’s Summer Learning Adventure: For more information regarding Elementary services, contact email@example.com at 304-528-5077; Middle School services, contact firstname.lastname@example.org at 304-528-5533; High School services, contact email@example.com at 304-528-5089
Camp Marshmallow at the Huntington Mall: Free camp for kids ages 5-12. June 9, 16, 23, 30 and July 7 at 11am at Center Court. Visit www.HuntingtonMall.com/events for more details.
Club McFinn Junior at the Huntington Mall: For parents with children under 5 every other Tuesday at 11am. beginning June 8th at the Macy’s Court. There will be fun activities, story time, with a snack provided by Sheetz. Visit www.HuntingtonMall.com/events for more details.
Family Resource Center Summers on the Terrace: All outside activities focusing on summer gardening and safety, literacy, STEAM, workplace skills/math/financial literacy. For details, contact (304) 526-4471, srandolph@HWVHA.org or jgadd@HWVHA.org
Huntington Dance Theatre: Weekly summer themed camps focusing on different ages and levels of abilities. Call 304-522-4230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; visit www.facebook.com/HuntingtonDanceTheatre
Michaels Stores Camp Creativity: 21 days of on-line crafting for kids ages 3 and up July 12-August 1. Sign up through Zoom. Call 304-733-0954 for details or visit www.michaels.com
Learn to Read: Reading Skills Program offered by Xavier University, Zavier Leadership Center designed and being done Live Online for the safety of our families by the Institute of Reading Development. Call 800-964-8888 or visit www.xavier.readingprograms.org
RCBI: In-person, hands-on robotics camps for students ages 6-14 from July 19-23, 1040 Fourth Avenue. Contact Stone at email@example.com or call 304-781-1659.
River Valley Child Development Services Summer Camp: Nutritious meals, nurturing safe environment, fun themes, active engagement June 14-August 17 at 2021 W 5th Ave., Huntington. Call 304-942-8052 or visit www.rvcds.org/sac for full enrollment information.
Summer Story Walk at the Huntington Mall featuring Broken Toy Hero by John Buckland. Beginning at the Food Court, walk and read with your kids throughout the Mall June 8-August 8. Visit www.HuntingtonMall.com/events for more details.
Tents & Tantrums, now Funington, WV: Events come from community sources that encourage and promote a positive community experience by showcasing the numerous low cost and/or free events for families within the Tri-State. www.tentsandtantrums.com/events
WV (K-12) Summer Science Adventures 2021: Week-long camps each with a different science/technology theme. Visit www.WVScienceAdventures@gmail.com or call director at 304-696-2425. Sponsored by Marshall University College of Science. STaR Partnership (Science, Tech and Rec) with MU Rec Center–kids can do one of the 1/2 day camps and spend the other 1/2 day at the Rec Center call 304-696-4652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information compiled by Cabell County Student Empowerment Team on behalf of the Cabell County Family Resource Network.
NOTE: Information compiled by Cabell County Student Empowerment Team on behalf of the Cabell County Family Resource Network. This list has been compiled for your convenience and each program is responsible for their program schedule. Please contact each one directly for information. If you have additions or changes to the program list, please contact the Cabell Co. FRN office.