Students of all abilities can find fun and learning opportunities at Project ABLE’s “Summer Youth Camp,” starting in June for youth entering grades 6 through 12.

Camp will run from June 10 to July 12 and from noon to 3 p.m., with no class on July 4. Activities planned include cooking, archery, bowling, water park visits, rock climbing, boating, a simulated ‘lift-off’ in a space module, swimming, camping and more.

The cost for the camp is $135 for the 5-week program or $40 per week. Scholarship assistance is available for those who qualify. Visit Community Services or call 507.664.3649 for more information or to register.

A meeting will be held for all parents and caregivers of registered campers at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, at the Northfield Community Resource Center (NCRC).

Although Project ABLE classes and programs are designed primarily for those with differential cognitive, physical and social abilities, they are enjoyable and open to everyone.

Northfield Public Schools Community Services includes recreation and enrichment programming, Early Childhood Family Education, driver education, KidVentures, EarlyVentures Learning Center, Connected Kids, Middle School Youth Center, Hand in Hand Preschool, Adult Basic Education and Project ABLE.