In many aspects, Camp Kesem is your typical summer camp where kids can go make friends and play, but it also helps campers dealing with cancer at home.
Areva Martin stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday afternoon talk to viewers about the Special Needs Network Camp JPAC, which offers all day activities including music, dance, drama and sports.
Donna Tetreault, Parenting Reporter from SuperMommyNot.com, stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers how to pick the perfect summer camp for kids.
Areva D. Martin, Esq. Attorney, Author, Media Commentator and Chair of the Special Needs Network stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about its innovative Camp JPAC!
West Valley Christian School confirmed that two teens killed in an airline crash landing in San Francisco were traveling to California for the church’s summer camp.
Diavolo Dance Theater spends much of the year touring across the globe, but this summer they’re staying at The Brewery Arts Complex downtown, giving kids the opportunity to shine with their adventure camp.
Newman founded the camp to give chronically ill children a fun and safe place to go.
There are a wealth of enjoyable and educational Orange County camp experiences for kids too young for a summer job.
Andy Wexler, the founder and executive director of Pali Adventures, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to offer tips on choosing an accredited camp through the American Camping Association.
The world-famous Laugh Factory in Hollywood has helped more than 1,000 disadvantaged children though its annual comedy camp.
If you’re late to the summer sleepaway camp game, have no fear. Your tardiness might mean that your kids will get to have extreme adventures, but at least there might still be spots for them.
Planning on sending your child to camp this summer? Author Andrea Natchigall has some information all parents should know.
The GRAMMY Foundation recently announced that GRAMMY Camp, its signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students, will take place in Los Angeles, Nashville and New York this summer.
Summer camp isn’t just crafts and roasting marshmallows anymore, new programs now allow kids to learn how to be a Hollywood stunt man or a secret agent.