Registration for Kalamazoo summer programs now open for city residents

Non-residents can register beginning next week

Registration for Kzoo Parks summer camps and programs is now open for Kalamazoo city residents, and will open for non-residents on Monday, April 8.

The city offers free summer programs for youth ages 5-18. Programs include Camp Kzoo, Super Rec, All Things Possible, and Field Trip Fest, among others.

Camp Kzoo is a summer day camp with nine different weeks of special activities and trips for ages 5 (who have completed kindergarten) to 12.

All Things Possible is a free college and career exploration program for students ages 13 to 15 that live in Kalamazoo. The program allows students to earn free driver’s training if they complete the program and successfully pass ninth grade.

The city also offers free weekly workshops for youth ages 10-18 as part of the Youth & Teen Creative Workshops. These workshops offer skills in music, improv, poetry, and dance.

Registration is also already open for the Police Athletics and Activities League (PAL) Football & Cheer League, a free program for youth ages 4 to 12 to learn the fundamentals of football and cheer.

Residents can register online through the city’s website or in person at the Kzoo Parks office Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. or on Friday by appointment.

For more information on all of the city’s summer programs and camps, visit the website.