BY THE CHESS CLUB AND SCHOLASTIC CENTER OF SAINT LOUIS
Chess summer camps are the perfect way to introduce your child to the game of chess. Instructors from the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis provide chess classes that teach fundamental chess elements in addition to promoting educational values that can be learned through chess. Classes will focus on chess fundamentals while also incorporating lessons on critical thinking, planning and logic. Students are encouraged to demonstrate sportsmanship and to strive for success in the classroom as well as over the chessboard. Grandmaster instructors provide daily lessons, puzzles, and play to help guide students through each sessions. Make it a full-day camp by adding another Lodge half-day camp and Lunch Bunch. Due to additional camp forms required for your child’s safety, registration will only be taken online at www.TheLodgeDesPeres.com. Registration deadline is June 11. Minimum 6/Maximum 16
Cost: $161/Member; $169/Resident; $193/Non-Resident
Age: 6 – 11 years
Day: Monday – Friday
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Session: #10075 June 17 - 21
Instructor: Chess Club and Scholastic Center
Location: The Lodge Activity Room
CAMP REFUND POLICY
Registrant must withdraw from camp by the advertised registration deadline listed in the camp description in order to receive a full refund.** Any camp withdrawals after the advertised registration deadline are charged a 75% cancellation fee. **There is a $5 processing fee for refund requests. If the registrant leaves the refund credit on his/her Lodge account, that fee is waived.**
INCLUSIVE RECREATION SERVICES - AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Des Peres Parks and Recreation Department invites people with and without disabilities to participate in our programs and events. Please notify us when you register or at least three business days in advance of the program/event date if modifications due to a disability are needed to facilitate your participation and/or if there are medications or allergies of which we should be made aware. If an inclusion support person is needed to assist the program participant with a disability, it may take up to two weeks or more to provide this type of modification. If we are unable to meet your needs, there is a grievance procedure available for ADA concerns. For assistance in arranging modifications for your participation, or to notify us of medical concerns, please contact Terri Johnson, CTRS/CPRP, Executive Director of Municipal Partners for Inclusive Recreation, at 314.835.6157, use Relay Missouri 711 or email her at email@example.com to discuss your participation.