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Youth and inclusion programs

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Bloomington Briefing Published March 1, 2023
Updated on March 1, 2023
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Camp Kota immerses kindergarten through seventh grade kids in activities like swimming, arts and crafts, paddleboarding, log rolling, camping skills and more, July 10 – August 4. 

Playground Littles helps preschool and kindergarten aged children develop friendships and enjoy structured activities with peers. Morning, afternoon and full-day options, June 12 – August 10.

Summer Adventure Playgrounds engages first through seventh grade kids in summer games, sports, arts and crafts, special events and field trips, all arranged and supervised by trained instructors, Monday – Friday, June 12 – August 10. 

Adaptive Softball offers recreational and competitive adult softball and recreational youth softball opportunities for people with disabilities. Youth play Mondays and adults play Tuesdays, mid-June through early August. 

Mobile Recreation offers youth 18 years old and younger fun, free programming such as kickball, spikeball, arts and crafts, pop-up disc golf, slacklining and parachutes in parks around the city. No registration required.