Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Kids put their ‘Spirit n’ Motion’

Active camps in Hailey


By EXPRESS STAFF

    Spirit n’ Motion Athletic School in south Hailey offers classes and camps throughout summer at its 3950 Woodside Blvd. facility across from Power Engineers.
    Kids 5-18 can enjoy active camps that include gymnastics, cheerleading, arts and crafts, games, swimming, outdoor adventures and team building.
    The classes run Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon. Camps cost $119 for Monday through Wednesday or $199 for Monday through Friday.

  • From June 17-19, kids can check out “Tumble Time” gymnastics skills camp.
  • June 24-26 will be “Flip Time” gymnastics skills camp.
  • July 8-12 will offer “Extreme Sports” camp.
  • From July 15-19 kids can explore at “Outdoor Idaho Adventure” camp.
  • July 22-24 there will be a “Tumbling Twisters” gymnastics skills camp.
  • From July 29 through Aug. 2 kids can look forward to “Wild Animal Adventure” camp.
  • Offered from Aug. 6-10 is “SMAS Competitive Cheer Choreography” camp ($300).
  • Aug. 12-16 kids can soak in “Wet and Wild” camp.
  • From Aug. 19-23 kids will be “Ooey, Gooey, Slimy, Sloppy” camp.
  • From Aug. 26-29 there will be the “SMAS Competitive Gymnastics” camp, with many guest coaches.

    For more information call 720-4306, email smascheer@hotmail.com or visit spiritnmotion.com.




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