Counselor's Corner
2017 Summer Resources – Have a Blast Families!!
Educational Summer Camps: (please cut & paste)
San Joaquin Delta College
Community Education
Claudia Mackey
5151 Pacific Avenue
Locke 107
Stockton, CA 95207
Phone: (209) 954-5013
Fax: 209-954-3742
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LifeLong Learning
H Wing
989-686-9444 (please cut & paste)
Silvia Calderon
Community Education Supervisor
Workshops and Programs for Adults AND Kids College - (209) 954-5045 (please cut & paste)
Delta Basketball Office
(209) 954-5726

Gina Johnson
Lady Mustangs Basketball Head Coach (please cut & paste)
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
Recreational & Sports (please cut & paste) (please cut & paste)
Community Services - General Information
Chavez Central Library
605 N. El Dorado Street, 2nd Floor
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 937-8206 (please cut & paste)
Contact the Athletic Office (209) 954-5176 for information on any of our camps or clinics.
Local Pools (please cut & paste)
Community Services - General Information

Chavez Central Library
605 N. El Dorado Street, 2nd Floor
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 937-8206
Libraries (please cut & paste) (please cut & paste)
Stockton Free Events Calendar (please cut & paste)
101 Free things Parents can do with their kids
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Description: 01 Free (or Low Cost) Things To Do with Kids this Summer
Places to Go:
1. Attend an outdoor Summer concert.
2. Go see an outdoor Summer movie.
3. Visit a new park or playground.
4. Visit a farm.
5. Tour the firehouse.
6. Go to the beach. (Here are 10 Fun-Filled Play Ideas for the Beach.)
7. Visit a botanical garden.
8. Visit a museum on a Target Free Day. (Find free or reduced priced community events near you.)
9. Go Bowling (kids bowl free).
10. Go on a photo walk and take pictures with a disposable camera. Later, create a scrapbook w/ the photos.
11. Free crafts at AC Moore. (More info here.)
12. Free Kids Workshop at Home Depot. (More info here.)
13. Visit the Library and borrow a movie for at-home movie night.
14. Feed the fish at a fish hatchery.
15. Splash Pad.
16. Visit a wildlife preserve.
17. Visit an aquarium.
18. Visit the zoo (check your local library for free passes that may be available on loan).
19. Visit a cavern.
20. Attend a minor league baseball game.
21. IKEA (Kids Eat Free every Tuesday 11am-close. Free coffee & tea for IKEA Family members. More info here.)
22. See the fireworks.
23. Free story time at the bookstore or library.
24. Join the library’s Summer reading program.
25. Visit a fountain. Bring a roll of quarters and make several wishes!
26. Swim in a lake.
27. Catch (and release) crayfish in a creek.
28. Mini golf.
29. Weekend with the grandparents or other family member(s).
30. Try on pairs of sunglasses at the dollar store. Take several glamour shots.
Things to Do (Outdoors)
31. Paint landscapes on canvas at the park.
32. Backyard camp out.
33. Grow a dinosaur or fairy garden.
34. Read at least 10 chapter books.
35. Teach the kids how to play chess.
36. Watch a meteor shower.
37. Breakfast picnic.
38. Go on a nature hike.
39. Tie Dye T-shirts.
40. Catch (and release) fireflies.
41. Go for a bike ride.
42. Find a four-leaf clover.
43. Play flashlight tag.
44. Living room dance party.
45. Chase butterflies.
46. Watch the sunrise.
47. Build a sandcastle.
48. Finger paint.
49. Learn to juggle.
50. Plant sunflowers.
51. Life-size portraits with sidewalk chalk.
52. Learn a campfire song.
53. Play sand bakery.
54. Potion lab.
55. Pool noodle hockey. (See 7 Creative Uses for Pool Noodles.)
56. Bird watching.
57. Sidewalk chalk roads for bikes.
58. Watermelon seed spitting contest.
59. Roller skating.
60. Pick your own fruit.
61. Music and glow stick dance party under the stars.
62. Chase butterflies.
63. Play frisbee golf.
64. Hide plastic dinos in the sandbox. Go on a “fossil hunt”.
65. Run in the sprinklers.
66. Press flowers to make bookmarks.
Things to Do (Indoors)
67. Make friendship bracelets.
68. Shadow puppets.
69. Sew a picnic quilt made from colorful bandanas.
70. Host a play dough play date with friends.
71. Learn a new art technique.
72. Build a pillow fort.
73. Potato Stamping.
74. Make a time capsule.
75. Living room obstacle course.
76. Build a village with blocks for wooden peg people.
77. Learn 10 new jokes. (See 30 Jokes Your Kids will Love.)
78. Cloud watching.
79. Make a stop motion animation video.
80. Make paper airplanes.
81. Make ice boats.
82. Family game night.
83. Organize a progressive dinner.
84. Start a Summer journal.
85. Draw still life drawings.
86. Coffee filter sun catchers.
87. Germinate fruits and veggies from kitchen scraps.
88. Make patriotic note cards and mail to a soldier.
89. Serenade someone special.
 Fun Treats to Make
90. Make s’mores.
91. Make homemade popsicles.
92. Cook an entire meal made with food from the farmer’s market.
93. Homemade lemonade.
94. Make your own jam.
95. Brew sun tea.
96. Make and can your own tomato sauce.
97. Host a make your own frozen yogurt sundae party.
98. Backyard BBQ. (See Fresh Summer BBQ Recipes here.)
99. Make homemade pretzels.
100. Roast hot dogs.
101. Make smoothies.