Luther College Summer Track and Field Discovery Camps Return | Securities


Registration is now open for the Summer Track and Field Camps and Discovery Camps at Luther College. The summer camps for 2021 will be offered in a day camp format and will include offers for running, football, soccer, tennis and wrestling during the months of June and July; and four unique discovery camps during the month of June.

“Luther College Athletics is thrilled to offer local youth the opportunity to participate in summer athletic camps this year! We look forward to seeing our campers back on campus,” said Chris Garcia Prats, Assistant Director of Athletics and men’s soccer coach.

Track and field camps are available for campers entering Kindergarten to Grade 12. To learn more about Luther’s Summer Track and Field Camp offerings or to register, visit www.luther.edu/sports/camps.

In addition to sports camps, Luther College, in partnership with Winneshiek County Conservation, offers Discovery Camps for all students interested in learning more about the beauty and diversity of the natural world. Each week, students participate in classes designed to engage them in hands-on learning focused on discovering their environment.

“We’re excited to bring campers back together safely to explore nature, make new friends, learn new skills and have fun outdoors,” said Lilly Jensen, Director of Discovery Camps.

Discovery camps are available for students from Kindergarten to Grade 8. To learn more about Luther’s Summer Discovery Camps or to register, visit www.luther.edu/environmental-outreach/discovery-camp.

Luther College is committed to providing a safe camp experience. Local public health CDC and COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. Campers can expect daily health screening questions, wearing masks, increased hand washing or the use of waterless soap, and being assigned to a small group (group) of campers to play / train during the camp experience. Due to the pandemic, there will be no overnight camps this summer.

Luther College is home to more than 1,800 undergraduate students who explore big questions and take action for the benefit of individuals, communities and society. Our more than 60 academic programs, our experiential approach to learning, and our welcoming community inspire students to actively learn, live with purpose, and lead courageously for a life of impact. Learn more at luther.edu.


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