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Monday August 2, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Multi Sport Camp - Little Squirts - Little Squirts Multi Sport Camp
Give your little sport (ages 4-5) a chance to experience several different sports and activities.  This camp is designed with fun as the primary driver!  Quick, short drills and fun to keep your little guy or girl engaged and having fun. Each session will highlight different sports activities and skills. These sessions will serve as an introduction to the sport and gives each little one a chance to see what sports they may enjoy doing.  All equipment is provided.  Your little sport just needs to arrive in comfortable clothing, wearing sneakers and with a water bottle.  COVID-19 Guidelines will be in place. Sports include but are not limited to:- Hockey- Baseball- Soccer- Tennis- Lacrosse- Basketball
 
Tuesday August 3, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Multi Sport Camp - Little Squirts - Little Squirts Multi Sport Camp
Give your little sport (ages 4-5) a chance to experience several different sports and activities.  This camp is designed with fun as the primary driver!  Quick, short drills and fun to keep your little guy or girl engaged and having fun. Each session will highlight different sports activities and skills. These sessions will serve as an introduction to the sport and gives each little one a chance to see what sports they may enjoy doing.  All equipment is provided.  Your little sport just needs to arrive in comfortable clothing, wearing sneakers and with a water bottle.  COVID-19 Guidelines will be in place. Sports include but are not limited to:- Hockey- Baseball- Soccer- Tennis- Lacrosse- Basketball
 
Wednesday August 4, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Multi Sport Camp - Little Squirts - Little Squirts Multi Sport Camp
Give your little sport (ages 4-5) a chance to experience several different sports and activities.  This camp is designed with fun as the primary driver!  Quick, short drills and fun to keep your little guy or girl engaged and having fun. Each session will highlight different sports activities and skills. These sessions will serve as an introduction to the sport and gives each little one a chance to see what sports they may enjoy doing.  All equipment is provided.  Your little sport just needs to arrive in comfortable clothing, wearing sneakers and with a water bottle.  COVID-19 Guidelines will be in place. Sports include but are not limited to:- Hockey- Baseball- Soccer- Tennis- Lacrosse- Basketball
 
Thursday August 5, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Multi Sport Camp - Little Squirts - Little Squirts Multi Sport Camp
Give your little sport (ages 4-5) a chance to experience several different sports and activities.  This camp is designed with fun as the primary driver!  Quick, short drills and fun to keep your little guy or girl engaged and having fun. Each session will highlight different sports activities and skills. These sessions will serve as an introduction to the sport and gives each little one a chance to see what sports they may enjoy doing.  All equipment is provided.  Your little sport just needs to arrive in comfortable clothing, wearing sneakers and with a water bottle.  COVID-19 Guidelines will be in place. Sports include but are not limited to:- Hockey- Baseball- Soccer- Tennis- Lacrosse- Basketball
 
Friday August 6, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Multi Sport Camp - Little Squirts - Little Squirts Multi Sport Camp
Give your little sport (ages 4-5) a chance to experience several different sports and activities.  This camp is designed with fun as the primary driver!  Quick, short drills and fun to keep your little guy or girl engaged and having fun. Each session will highlight different sports activities and skills. These sessions will serve as an introduction to the sport and gives each little one a chance to see what sports they may enjoy doing.  All equipment is provided.  Your little sport just needs to arrive in comfortable clothing, wearing sneakers and with a water bottle.  COVID-19 Guidelines will be in place. Sports include but are not limited to:- Hockey- Baseball- Soccer- Tennis- Lacrosse- Basketball
 
Monday August 16, 2021
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM    Day Camp - For kids ages 6-12-Summer 2021 - Summer Day Camp - Early Drop Off
St. Albans Recreation Day Camp Opening – Summer 2021 Information St.  Albans Recreation Department Day Camp is a fun and safe option for families this summer.  The new location at Hard'ack Recreation Area allows for lots of outdoor fun including fields, miles of trails, disc golf, gaga ball, and fantastic arts and crafts projects and more with a fun energetic staff to make your child's summer unforgettable.  And let's face it, we could all use some fun right about now! Outdoors!  We will spend the better part of everyday outdoors whenever possible.  If it's a drizzly day we'll be outside (at least for a bit) so be sure to pack a rain coat and mud boots if the weather looks like we'll need it. When it's a total wash out - we'll catch a movie in the Lodge, visit Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center or City Hall Auditorium to burn off a little energy.  2021 Information:Hours – 7:30am-4:30pm  (Early drop off and late pick up are available)Location-  Hard'ack Recreation Area - NEW!  for drop off.  Pick up at St. Albans City School Playground (next to the pool)Registration – St. Albans Recreation Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of our families.  We allow families to pick and choose days they’d like to attend (minimum of 2 per week)  throughout the summer.  We welcome part time campers as well as full time.   Post Covid rules - Campers will not need to wear masks when playing outside. When they come in to use the bathroom, they will need to wear a mask because it's a smaller area.  If we visit a facility we will honor their requests.  So send a mask with your child for those instances.  Our staff is fully vaccinated and will not be wearing masks.Outside – It’s always been a goal of our camp to be outside as much as possible.  This summer more than ever we plan to eat and play outdoors whenever we can.If Covid has taught us anything - it's that sick people need to stay home, and that means sick with any illness.  No sick campers will be allowed at camp.  We're expecting that parents will commit to knowing how their kids are feeling and not sending them when they're sick.At Drop Off –  There will not be a temperature screening.  We trust that families will be aware of their child's health and not send a sick child to camp.  Healthy children and staff with the following symptoms/conditions may attend programmingAllergy symptoms (with no fever) that cause coughing and clear runny nose maystay if they have medically diagnosed allergies and provide confirmation from their doctor.Well-controlled, mild asthmaAt Pick Up – at St. Albans City School playground between 4-4:30pm Hygiene – Campers will wash hands upon arrival at camp, before and after using the bathroom, before and after eating, before and after activities and throughout the day as deemed necessary.   Food – Camp will continue to participate in the Federal Summer Lunch Program supplying a morning snack and lunch. This year the program will not start until July 5.  Until that time you must send a lunch and snack with your child.  Each child should bring a water bottle and bottles should be cleaned every night.  Camper lunch bags will not be able to be stored in a refrigerator so be sure to include ice packs if necessary.   Camp is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE.  Please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch.Backpacks & Stuff – Each camper should bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen & water bottle. Please do not send more “stuff” than fits in your camper’s back pack.  Please consider a swim shirt in place of sunscreen for your camper.  If you’d rather not do that, we will supervise sunscreen application showing kids how to apply to their face, arms and neck etc.  Be sure to label your child's sunscreen.Visiting the Pool – Campers will visit the St. Albans City Pool each afternoon.  We reserve the right to make changes at any time –  Our primary goal is health and safety.  We already know a lot about fun and we’re determined to have some while keeping everyone safe.  Need to contact camp during camp hours?  Call the Day Camp cell at 802-393-0331Other Questions? Contact the recreation office at 802-524-1971
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
Tuesday August 17, 2021
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM    Day Camp - For kids ages 6-12-Summer 2021 - Summer Day Camp - Early Drop Off
St. Albans Recreation Day Camp Opening – Summer 2021 Information St.  Albans Recreation Department Day Camp is a fun and safe option for families this summer.  The new location at Hard'ack Recreation Area allows for lots of outdoor fun including fields, miles of trails, disc golf, gaga ball, and fantastic arts and crafts projects and more with a fun energetic staff to make your child's summer unforgettable.  And let's face it, we could all use some fun right about now! Outdoors!  We will spend the better part of everyday outdoors whenever possible.  If it's a drizzly day we'll be outside (at least for a bit) so be sure to pack a rain coat and mud boots if the weather looks like we'll need it. When it's a total wash out - we'll catch a movie in the Lodge, visit Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center or City Hall Auditorium to burn off a little energy.  2021 Information:Hours – 7:30am-4:30pm  (Early drop off and late pick up are available)Location-  Hard'ack Recreation Area - NEW!  for drop off.  Pick up at St. Albans City School Playground (next to the pool)Registration – St. Albans Recreation Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of our families.  We allow families to pick and choose days they’d like to attend (minimum of 2 per week)  throughout the summer.  We welcome part time campers as well as full time.   Post Covid rules - Campers will not need to wear masks when playing outside. When they come in to use the bathroom, they will need to wear a mask because it's a smaller area.  If we visit a facility we will honor their requests.  So send a mask with your child for those instances.  Our staff is fully vaccinated and will not be wearing masks.Outside – It’s always been a goal of our camp to be outside as much as possible.  This summer more than ever we plan to eat and play outdoors whenever we can.If Covid has taught us anything - it's that sick people need to stay home, and that means sick with any illness.  No sick campers will be allowed at camp.  We're expecting that parents will commit to knowing how their kids are feeling and not sending them when they're sick.At Drop Off –  There will not be a temperature screening.  We trust that families will be aware of their child's health and not send a sick child to camp.  Healthy children and staff with the following symptoms/conditions may attend programmingAllergy symptoms (with no fever) that cause coughing and clear runny nose maystay if they have medically diagnosed allergies and provide confirmation from their doctor.Well-controlled, mild asthmaAt Pick Up – at St. Albans City School playground between 4-4:30pm Hygiene – Campers will wash hands upon arrival at camp, before and after using the bathroom, before and after eating, before and after activities and throughout the day as deemed necessary.   Food – Camp will continue to participate in the Federal Summer Lunch Program supplying a morning snack and lunch. This year the program will not start until July 5.  Until that time you must send a lunch and snack with your child.  Each child should bring a water bottle and bottles should be cleaned every night.  Camper lunch bags will not be able to be stored in a refrigerator so be sure to include ice packs if necessary.   Camp is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE.  Please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch.Backpacks & Stuff – Each camper should bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen & water bottle. Please do not send more “stuff” than fits in your camper’s back pack.  Please consider a swim shirt in place of sunscreen for your camper.  If you’d rather not do that, we will supervise sunscreen application showing kids how to apply to their face, arms and neck etc.  Be sure to label your child's sunscreen.Visiting the Pool – Campers will visit the St. Albans City Pool each afternoon.  We reserve the right to make changes at any time –  Our primary goal is health and safety.  We already know a lot about fun and we’re determined to have some while keeping everyone safe.  Need to contact camp during camp hours?  Call the Day Camp cell at 802-393-0331Other Questions? Contact the recreation office at 802-524-1971
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
Wednesday August 18, 2021
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM    Day Camp - For kids ages 6-12-Summer 2021 - Summer Day Camp - Early Drop Off
St. Albans Recreation Day Camp Opening – Summer 2021 Information St.  Albans Recreation Department Day Camp is a fun and safe option for families this summer.  The new location at Hard'ack Recreation Area allows for lots of outdoor fun including fields, miles of trails, disc golf, gaga ball, and fantastic arts and crafts projects and more with a fun energetic staff to make your child's summer unforgettable.  And let's face it, we could all use some fun right about now! Outdoors!  We will spend the better part of everyday outdoors whenever possible.  If it's a drizzly day we'll be outside (at least for a bit) so be sure to pack a rain coat and mud boots if the weather looks like we'll need it. When it's a total wash out - we'll catch a movie in the Lodge, visit Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center or City Hall Auditorium to burn off a little energy.  2021 Information:Hours – 7:30am-4:30pm  (Early drop off and late pick up are available)Location-  Hard'ack Recreation Area - NEW!  for drop off.  Pick up at St. Albans City School Playground (next to the pool)Registration – St. Albans Recreation Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of our families.  We allow families to pick and choose days they’d like to attend (minimum of 2 per week)  throughout the summer.  We welcome part time campers as well as full time.   Post Covid rules - Campers will not need to wear masks when playing outside. When they come in to use the bathroom, they will need to wear a mask because it's a smaller area.  If we visit a facility we will honor their requests.  So send a mask with your child for those instances.  Our staff is fully vaccinated and will not be wearing masks.Outside – It’s always been a goal of our camp to be outside as much as possible.  This summer more than ever we plan to eat and play outdoors whenever we can.If Covid has taught us anything - it's that sick people need to stay home, and that means sick with any illness.  No sick campers will be allowed at camp.  We're expecting that parents will commit to knowing how their kids are feeling and not sending them when they're sick.At Drop Off –  There will not be a temperature screening.  We trust that families will be aware of their child's health and not send a sick child to camp.  Healthy children and staff with the following symptoms/conditions may attend programmingAllergy symptoms (with no fever) that cause coughing and clear runny nose maystay if they have medically diagnosed allergies and provide confirmation from their doctor.Well-controlled, mild asthmaAt Pick Up – at St. Albans City School playground between 4-4:30pm Hygiene – Campers will wash hands upon arrival at camp, before and after using the bathroom, before and after eating, before and after activities and throughout the day as deemed necessary.   Food – Camp will continue to participate in the Federal Summer Lunch Program supplying a morning snack and lunch. This year the program will not start until July 5.  Until that time you must send a lunch and snack with your child.  Each child should bring a water bottle and bottles should be cleaned every night.  Camper lunch bags will not be able to be stored in a refrigerator so be sure to include ice packs if necessary.   Camp is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE.  Please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch.Backpacks & Stuff – Each camper should bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen & water bottle. Please do not send more “stuff” than fits in your camper’s back pack.  Please consider a swim shirt in place of sunscreen for your camper.  If you’d rather not do that, we will supervise sunscreen application showing kids how to apply to their face, arms and neck etc.  Be sure to label your child's sunscreen.Visiting the Pool – Campers will visit the St. Albans City Pool each afternoon.  We reserve the right to make changes at any time –  Our primary goal is health and safety.  We already know a lot about fun and we’re determined to have some while keeping everyone safe.  Need to contact camp during camp hours?  Call the Day Camp cell at 802-393-0331Other Questions? Contact the recreation office at 802-524-1971
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
Thursday August 19, 2021
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM    Day Camp - For kids ages 6-12-Summer 2021 - Summer Day Camp - Early Drop Off
St. Albans Recreation Day Camp Opening – Summer 2021 Information St.  Albans Recreation Department Day Camp is a fun and safe option for families this summer.  The new location at Hard'ack Recreation Area allows for lots of outdoor fun including fields, miles of trails, disc golf, gaga ball, and fantastic arts and crafts projects and more with a fun energetic staff to make your child's summer unforgettable.  And let's face it, we could all use some fun right about now! Outdoors!  We will spend the better part of everyday outdoors whenever possible.  If it's a drizzly day we'll be outside (at least for a bit) so be sure to pack a rain coat and mud boots if the weather looks like we'll need it. When it's a total wash out - we'll catch a movie in the Lodge, visit Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center or City Hall Auditorium to burn off a little energy.  2021 Information:Hours – 7:30am-4:30pm  (Early drop off and late pick up are available)Location-  Hard'ack Recreation Area - NEW!  for drop off.  Pick up at St. Albans City School Playground (next to the pool)Registration – St. Albans Recreation Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of our families.  We allow families to pick and choose days they’d like to attend (minimum of 2 per week)  throughout the summer.  We welcome part time campers as well as full time.   Post Covid rules - Campers will not need to wear masks when playing outside. When they come in to use the bathroom, they will need to wear a mask because it's a smaller area.  If we visit a facility we will honor their requests.  So send a mask with your child for those instances.  Our staff is fully vaccinated and will not be wearing masks.Outside – It’s always been a goal of our camp to be outside as much as possible.  This summer more than ever we plan to eat and play outdoors whenever we can.If Covid has taught us anything - it's that sick people need to stay home, and that means sick with any illness.  No sick campers will be allowed at camp.  We're expecting that parents will commit to knowing how their kids are feeling and not sending them when they're sick.At Drop Off –  There will not be a temperature screening.  We trust that families will be aware of their child's health and not send a sick child to camp.  Healthy children and staff with the following symptoms/conditions may attend programmingAllergy symptoms (with no fever) that cause coughing and clear runny nose maystay if they have medically diagnosed allergies and provide confirmation from their doctor.Well-controlled, mild asthmaAt Pick Up – at St. Albans City School playground between 4-4:30pm Hygiene – Campers will wash hands upon arrival at camp, before and after using the bathroom, before and after eating, before and after activities and throughout the day as deemed necessary.   Food – Camp will continue to participate in the Federal Summer Lunch Program supplying a morning snack and lunch. This year the program will not start until July 5.  Until that time you must send a lunch and snack with your child.  Each child should bring a water bottle and bottles should be cleaned every night.  Camper lunch bags will not be able to be stored in a refrigerator so be sure to include ice packs if necessary.   Camp is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE.  Please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch.Backpacks & Stuff – Each camper should bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen & water bottle. Please do not send more “stuff” than fits in your camper’s back pack.  Please consider a swim shirt in place of sunscreen for your camper.  If you’d rather not do that, we will supervise sunscreen application showing kids how to apply to their face, arms and neck etc.  Be sure to label your child's sunscreen.Visiting the Pool – Campers will visit the St. Albans City Pool each afternoon.  We reserve the right to make changes at any time –  Our primary goal is health and safety.  We already know a lot about fun and we’re determined to have some while keeping everyone safe.  Need to contact camp during camp hours?  Call the Day Camp cell at 802-393-0331Other Questions? Contact the recreation office at 802-524-1971
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
Friday August 20, 2021
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM    Day Camp - For kids ages 6-12-Summer 2021 - Summer Day Camp - Early Drop Off
St. Albans Recreation Day Camp Opening – Summer 2021 Information St.  Albans Recreation Department Day Camp is a fun and safe option for families this summer.  The new location at Hard'ack Recreation Area allows for lots of outdoor fun including fields, miles of trails, disc golf, gaga ball, and fantastic arts and crafts projects and more with a fun energetic staff to make your child's summer unforgettable.  And let's face it, we could all use some fun right about now! Outdoors!  We will spend the better part of everyday outdoors whenever possible.  If it's a drizzly day we'll be outside (at least for a bit) so be sure to pack a rain coat and mud boots if the weather looks like we'll need it. When it's a total wash out - we'll catch a movie in the Lodge, visit Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center or City Hall Auditorium to burn off a little energy.  2021 Information:Hours – 7:30am-4:30pm  (Early drop off and late pick up are available)Location-  Hard'ack Recreation Area - NEW!  for drop off.  Pick up at St. Albans City School Playground (next to the pool)Registration – St. Albans Recreation Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of our families.  We allow families to pick and choose days they’d like to attend (minimum of 2 per week)  throughout the summer.  We welcome part time campers as well as full time.   Post Covid rules - Campers will not need to wear masks when playing outside. When they come in to use the bathroom, they will need to wear a mask because it's a smaller area.  If we visit a facility we will honor their requests.  So send a mask with your child for those instances.  Our staff is fully vaccinated and will not be wearing masks.Outside – It’s always been a goal of our camp to be outside as much as possible.  This summer more than ever we plan to eat and play outdoors whenever we can.If Covid has taught us anything - it's that sick people need to stay home, and that means sick with any illness.  No sick campers will be allowed at camp.  We're expecting that parents will commit to knowing how their kids are feeling and not sending them when they're sick.At Drop Off –  There will not be a temperature screening.  We trust that families will be aware of their child's health and not send a sick child to camp.  Healthy children and staff with the following symptoms/conditions may attend programmingAllergy symptoms (with no fever) that cause coughing and clear runny nose maystay if they have medically diagnosed allergies and provide confirmation from their doctor.Well-controlled, mild asthmaAt Pick Up – at St. Albans City School playground between 4-4:30pm Hygiene – Campers will wash hands upon arrival at camp, before and after using the bathroom, before and after eating, before and after activities and throughout the day as deemed necessary.   Food – Camp will continue to participate in the Federal Summer Lunch Program supplying a morning snack and lunch. This year the program will not start until July 5.  Until that time you must send a lunch and snack with your child.  Each child should bring a water bottle and bottles should be cleaned every night.  Camper lunch bags will not be able to be stored in a refrigerator so be sure to include ice packs if necessary.   Camp is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE.  Please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch.Backpacks & Stuff – Each camper should bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen & water bottle. Please do not send more “stuff” than fits in your camper’s back pack.  Please consider a swim shirt in place of sunscreen for your camper.  If you’d rather not do that, we will supervise sunscreen application showing kids how to apply to their face, arms and neck etc.  Be sure to label your child's sunscreen.Visiting the Pool – Campers will visit the St. Albans City Pool each afternoon.  We reserve the right to make changes at any time –  Our primary goal is health and safety.  We already know a lot about fun and we’re determined to have some while keeping everyone safe.  Need to contact camp during camp hours?  Call the Day Camp cell at 802-393-0331Other Questions? Contact the recreation office at 802-524-1971
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Tennis Lessons - August Tennis Camp (Ages 7-10)
Learn the game of tennis in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere focusing on fundamental skills including proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys, and serves.  Campers will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play.  We welcome beginners who are new to the game as well as those looking to improve the skillset they already possess. Most importantly, we want our campers to have fun and to love the game of tennis as much as we do.Coach Ilda Saulic Vuckovic was born on December 8, 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia and began her early education there. She completed her high school studies in Switzerland.At the age of seven Ilda learned the game of tennis and since 1996 she has participated in professional WTA tournaments earning good results including being ranked 816th out of over 2500 players from 92 countries which compete in 55 events of the WTA Tour and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. Ilda’s role models were Monica Seles and Steffi Graf.Ilda’s early training included participating at tennis camps in both Europe and the United States of America (Bruguera Academy in Barcelona, Spain and John Newcombe Tennis Camps in Texas). As the mother of a four year old girl who is already showing interest in sports Ilda wants to pass on her knowledge and love for tennis to other children.  Adding a premier tennis camp to the Vermont Voltage lineup brings Ilda much excitement and pleasure. Tennis offers a positive effect on mental development building self-confidence, the ability to act under pressure, as well as social skills and many other positive influences.The tennis school program includes daily playing with professional supervision. The plan and program for each individual is determined in accordance with physical conditioning and maturity.Sessions will be offered daily Monday-Friday in small groups of up to eight children.