Camp DCL

Summer Camps

What will you be? Find out at a weeklong, half-day camp for kids!
Limited Spaces Remain! Register Today!

Be a Builder

Be a Builder (Ages 6-12, $150)

Have a budding architect on your hands? Encourage the inclination at our camp, where kids will learn a different aspect of building and design each day. These books are sure to spark your young builder's imagination!
Be a Chef

Be a Chef (Ages 6-12, $150)

If your child dreams of culinary greatness, this camp will give him or her a solid foundation on which to build a cooking empire.
Be a Dectective

Be a Detective (Ages 8-12, $150)

Is super sleuthing in your child's future? This camp will teach skills including fingerprinting, problem-solving and more.Soon your child will be as clever as the kid detectives in these books.
Be a Robotics Engineer

Be a Robotics Engineer (Ages 9-12, $225)

This camp will encourage budding young engineers with fun, hands-on learning experiences, including the opportunity to build a robot! Get inspired by some of our favorite robots featured in these films.
Be an Artist

Be an Artist (Ages 6-12, $150)

Does your child love the arts? Kids will try a new medium each day, bringing home painted, wearable and sculpted masterpieces for all to admire.
  • Monday, June 5-Friday, June 9, 1:30-5PM, Highlands Ranch, James H. LaRue — FULL
  • Monday, June 26-Friday, June 30, 1:30-5PM, Castle Rock, Philip S. Miller — FULL
  • Monday, July 24-Friday, July 28, 9AM-12:30PM, Castle Pines — FULL
  • Monday, July 31-Friday, August 4, 9AM-12:30PM, Lone Tree — FULL
Be a Coder

Be a Coder (Ages 6-12, $225)

In our coding camp, kids will learn to create their own video games, among other coding skills. Check out these books to give your kids a jump on learning the ins and outs of coding.
  • Monday, June 12-Friday, June 16, 9AM-12:30PM, Highlands Ranch, James H. LaRue — FULL
  • Monday, June 26-Friday, June 30, 9AM-12:30PM, Castle Pines — FULL

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Limited scholarships may be available from the Douglas County Libraries Foundation for qualified applicants. For information, call Elaine McCain at (720) 348-9509.