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  • Birthday Parties at the PAC or ECFC

    Bring your child and up to fourteen of his/her friends to celebrate their birthday at the Pony Activity Center (PAC) or Early Childhood Family Center (ECFC). Birthday groups will have access to one gym for 1.5 hours with 30 minute reserved space for cake and refreshments. There will be staff on site to assist with set up/cleanup of equipment and answer any questions you may have during the party. Appropriate supervision of children (at least 2 adults) is required and must be present  for the duration of the party. All food and refreshments are provided by the hosting birthday party group. Tables and chairs will be provided for food and refreshments. Latex balloons are not allowed for birthday parties due to allergies. Registration must be completed 14 days prior to party date. Cancellations must be made two weeks prior to the party to receive a refund minus the cancellation fee. All children attending the birthday party will need a signed waiver turned in before the birthday party begins. PAC Birthday Parties are intended for children ages 4-12 years of age.  Gym games and activities may include: basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, wiffle ball, football and more. The staff will provide the necessary equipment; the host will organize and direct the party games. Parties available on select Saturdays and Sundays. Cost is $90 per party at the PAC.ECFC Birthday Parties are intended for children ages 2-6 years of age. We will provide hula hoops, scooters, trikes, play balls, small basketball hoops, gymnastics mats for tumbling, and access to our move and learn climbing town. Parties available on select Saturdays. Time of birthday party is dependent on building schedule. Cost: $155.00 / 14 children max / 2 adults must be present for duration of party supervising the group of children. The cost at ECFC is higher due staff being brought in to open the building on weekends.  Please contact Facilities to set up a reservation or discuss available dates - 651-351-8037 or loeblein-leckerj@stillwaterschools.org. 
  • Bunker Beach Water Park

    Soak up the summer sun at Minnesota’s largest outdoor water park located in Coon Rapids. Have a blast on the water slides, relax in the lazy river or get crazy in the wave pool. Bring along appropriate swimwear, sunscreen, towel and money for lunch.Bus Pick Up: OMS 9:30 AM, SMS 10:00 AMReturn: SMS 3:00 PM, OMS 3:30 PM
  • Coding: Unity Game Engine

    Students will learn to use Unity, a powerful programming suite used by professionals and indie game developers. This object-oriented program is fun and challenging, as students discover the art of video game design. Students will learn the basics of making objects and characters that move and react in the virtual world. Students will learn the principles of Game Mechanics, Game Physics, and simple scripting. Games created in class will be available online, or students can bring in a USB drive for immediate access. The software is available to download at home. Please bring a drink and snack daily. 
  • Fencing

    Fencing is one of the fastest growing sports in the USA. Come and learn about this sport deemed the "sport of the intellectual athlete." Both new and experienced students are welcome. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets. Safety is our first priority. Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro trains our instructors and writes our curriculum. Visit youthenrichmentleague.com for a more thorough explanation of the Youth Enrichment League fencing program, coaches and philosophy. 
  • Triple Threat Theatre Camp

    Enjoy four days completely submerged in the world of acting, dancing and singing. We will work on a musical mash-up of pieces and songs from popular children’s musicals. Students will be involved in the set, costume, line readings, choreography and overall design! Expand your horizons this summer and become a triple threat! We will do a short performance for family and friends on the final day of camp. 
  • Valleyfair

    Enjoy a mid-summer day full of thrills at Valleyfair Amusement Park! Bring along comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and money for lunch. Bring appropriate swimwear if you plan to use the water park.We recommend signing up with a friend or group of friends. Students will be encouraged to use the buddy system as they will be allowed to experience the park without direct supervision. All students will be expected to check in with chaperones at set times and locations throughout the day. BZ94-1 Tuesday, July 24th $57Bus Pick Up: SMS 8:30 am, OMS 9:00 amReturn: OMS: 5:00 pm, SMS 5:30 pm