LTSummer, in its 35th season, runs June 26 to 30 and July 10 to 28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and offers engaging weekly themes. Busy Bees, ages three to five, focuses on the creative process with instructor Alley Mazzullo, who teaches at The Downtown School. Curious Crickets, for ages five to seven offers two themes to choose from each week, including Space is the Place, Fairy Tale Fantasy, Pee Wee Drama, Crazy Cooks and Sports-a-Rama. Now with two classes per day, Camp Marvin for ages eight to 12 gives older campers the ability to explore personal interests in drama, cooking, hiking, creative writing, tennis, soccer and scientific exploration. Codex Academy for ages 10 to 14 returns for a third summer, July 10 to 14 and 17 to 21, for students who want to design video games. Build anything from Pong to Angry Birds and run it on a computer, phone or tablet. LTSummer classes enable children to develop skills, gain confidence in their abilities, and work and play cooperatively with others. For details, visit longtrailschool.org/ltsummer or contact Chelley Tifft at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-867-5717 extension 191.