Coconino County Additional Resources
Last updated 6/29/2020
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- Boys and Girls Clubs: Registration is now open for camp. Parents must register for each week they plan to have their child attend. Each week has 90 spots open when that week fills up, they will take that week off of the list. Spots will fill up quick, first come first serve. Learn more: bgcflag.org.
- Coconino County Parks and Recreation: The County is offering summer camp programs for youth ages 8-14. Sessions start on June 1. Learn more: coconino.az.gov/283/Recreation-Programs.
- Flagstaff-Coconino Public Library is doing several virtual events, including storytimes for kids: email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. They are also now offering curbside pick up several times per week at both locations in Flagstaff. Learn more: flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
- Flagstaff’s Tynkertopia is going ONLINE. The center is engaging kids in informative, fun, and enlightening STEAM Challenges each week that develop creativity and problem solving using Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/341778592).
Additionally, Tynkertopia has partnered with the United Way of Northern Arizona and the Flagstaff Boys and Girls Club to distribute Grab and Go Bags to local children. United Way provides canvas bags. Boys and Girls Club provides healthy snacks and some school supplies, and Tynkertopia provides a STEAM Kit. Learn more: bgcflag.org.
- Grand Canyon Public Library: Curbside Service will be offered on site from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting Monday April 27 for Grand Canyon Community Library. Learn more: grandcanyoncommunitylibrary.org.
- Head Start/Early Start Centers: all NACOG centers are currently closed.
- Lowell Observatory: The local observatory in Flagstaff has been hosting a weekly “meet an astronomer” series, which is accessible online. Previous events can be viewed on Lowell’s YouTube channel here. Several times a month, they also debut new in-home science challenges for kids. For Science Challenge lesson plans, visit: lowell.edu/visit/locks/science-challenge.
- Page Public Library: The library is participating in Summer Reading which starts on June 2. There will be a new activity packet every week which can be picked up at the library Tuesday thru Friday from 9:15 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Additionally, the library is offering free Grab and Go lunches at 12 to 1 p.m. on Tuesday thru Friday. Learn more: pagepubliclibrary.org.
- Tuba City Unified School District: Grab and go meals being served through June 30 to all kids 18 and under. Learn more: tcusd.org.
- YMCA Flagstaff: Offering summer child care for ages 5-13, Monday through Friday. During summer child care, children make new friends, explore the world around them, and learn new skills every day. The YMCA offers children positive developmental experiences and encourages them to forge bonds with each other and with staff, building confidence through skill-building activities suited to their age. Learn more: valleyymca.org/flagstaff.