This summer isn’t a bummer thanks to the announcing of the RiverDogs Youth Summer Camps. Even though the 2020 baseball season remains delayed, that won’t stop the Charleston youth from practicing their grounders. Beginning Tuesday, June 16th, RiverDogs director Chris Singleton and his team welcome sign-ups for five weeks of baseball camp.
You can find them at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park throughout the summer as camps begin. Signups cap off at 40 campers, which then splits into smaller groups of 10. With limiting the spread of COVID-19 in mind, drop-off procedures are to be enforced.
Players can expect all the fundamentals of a normal practice. From batting, stealing, to stretching, this camp covers all your bases. Campers meet at 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day from Tuesday-Friday. Ages 6-13 are welcome to attend. Registration cost begins at $250.
If baseball isn’t quite your forte, the RiverDogs have also announced a summer culinary camp. 15 attendees will learn proper cooking skills while crafting a new lunch dish. Meeting Monday, July 13 through Friday, July 17, students can expect a lot of exciting information packed into the 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. time slot. Pricing begins at $300 per week.
For more information and the link to registration, click here.