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Parks and Recreation Summer Camps, Classes, and Job Opportunities Around the Corner! 
Adventure is out there—or in Knoxville’s case, right in our backyard. As summer approaches, Knoxville Parks and Recreation offers plenty of opportunities to have fun!

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K.O.R.E. Summer Camp
 
Ten community centers throughout the city will offer a recently revamped K.O.R.E. Summer Camp (stands for Knoxville Outdoor Recreation Experience) to six- to twelve- year-olds. Additionally, Cal Johnson Recreation Center will offer a teen camp for 13- to 15-year olds.

Kids will enjoy activities and field trips, including swimming, arts and crafts, intramural sports, passive games, and trips to the movie theater, Main Event, NASCAR Speedpark, Kentucky Splash Waterpark, and more!

The camps will be held Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., June 4, 2018, through July 27, 2018. No camp will be held July 2 through July 6.

For more information, visit www.SummerCampKnoxville.com.


Youth Art Camp

KAFCC

The Knoxville Arts and Fine Crafts Center will offer varying arts and crafts classes for children ages seven to sixteen years old throughout the summer.

Kids will get the chance to hone skills and explore the imagination with classes like beginner pottery, paper mache, chalk art, archeology and ceramics, and many more.

Visit www.knoxvilletn.gov/kafcc for more info!


Learn to Swim Classes

Inskip Pool

The City’s outdoor pools open May 26, 2018, but it’s never too late to learn to swim!

Knoxville Parks and Recreation’s aquatics staff will offer three, two-week sessions at Inskip Pool beginning June 4, 2018. Classes will be held 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sessions are $60 per child, and $45 for additional children within the same family.

To register, visit www.knoxvilletn.gov/aquatics.


Summer Job Opportunities

Knoxville Parks and Recreation is seeking summer camp workers, lifeguards, CDL drivers, and field maintenance workers.

Applicants must be 16-years-old. Call 215-1700 or visit the Parks and Recreation job opportunities web page for more information.

Posted by kgibi On 20 April, 2018 at 4:25 PM