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Monterey will celebrate 250 years all year long in 2020!
Record-setting Monterey Car Week - every August
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Play sports and make new friends? At Sports Camp Plus the emphasis is on fun and sportsmanship. Youths, ages 6-12 will participate in over 30 different sports activities each week such as Swimming, basketball, football, capture the flag, soccer, floor hockey and more. Campers also take a field trip to Dennis the Menace Park. For only $22.00 per week Sports Camp Plus Swim lessons are available. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
Come join the fun this summer at the Monterey Sports Center Cheerleading Camp! Youth ages 6-12 years will learn sideline cheers, crowd cheers, performance cheers and a dance routine. Campers also go swimming and take a field trip to Dennis the Menace park. The first session starts June 4. Sign up now for a fun filled week of camp at the Monterey Sports Center. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
Gain experience working with kids in a camp environment. Work side by side with Sports Camp staff. This program provides teens an opportunity to develop leadership, organizational and supervisorial skills in a safe and fun camp environment. At the free orientation, teens learn how to get the most out of their work experience program with discussions about appearance, reliability, safety and communication. This program is great for earning Community service hours too. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF