Mayor DeMaria is pleased to announce that the Mayor DeMaria’s Summer Program, Crimson Kids, will begin on Monday, July 12th and run daily from 8am-4pm for 6 weeks. Everett children ages 6–13 years old are eligible to participate. The camp will be held at the Samuel Gentile Recreation Center at 47 Elm Street.
“Our Crimson Kids program is a tradition in Everett,” said Mayor DeMaria. “This is a great opportunity for our Everett youth to come together to continue interacting with one another while giving parents the opportunity for affordable childcare. We look forward to welcoming everyone.”
Program Counselors will be supervising the children. Throughout the program, children will get to make new friends, go on exciting adventures, and participate in activities in a structured and nurturing environment. Activities will include games, visits to the pool, games at Glendale Park, and more.
Applications are now available at Everett City Hall at the front desk of 311 and the Health Department, 2nd Floor – Room 20. To ensure that all residents are able to take advantage of the program, children can be enrolled for a maximum of 2 weeks during the 6-week period.
The City is able to accept 100 children per week on a first come, first serve basis. A waiting list will be formed after the City exceeds capacity. The cost is $50 per week for the first child, and $25 for any additional child. All fees including lunch and snacks will be provided.
Parents must complete the entire application in order to enroll their child. Once the form is completed, it must be dropped off to the City of Everett’s Health Department located on the 2nd Floor of Everett City Hall. Once received and reviewed by the Health Department, the parent will then be contacted via phone to arrange for payment. Payment will be accepted in person or via telephone.