District of Columbia public school officials have complied the following directory of summer enrichment programs for students in the metropolitan area. For questions or comments, call Karen Sorenson, 724-4044.
African Heritage Dancers and Drummers, 2146 Georgia Ave. NW. African Heritage: Crafts, African arts, dance music; special crafts workshops available by request. ES-SHS. June 18-Aug. 3. 3-5 p.m. Regular program free to those under 18; fees for materials and instruction in workshops. Register now. Contact Melvin Deal or Oswald Wallace, 462-0702.
American University. Academy for the Performing Arts: Intensive training in dance, theater and music. Professional artists in residence. Show Biz! - courses in singing, acting, jazz, tap and ballet. June 17-July 13. Jose Limon Dance Company (modern dance and repertory) and Acting Shakespeare with Folger Theater Group, July 14-Aug. 10. Age 16 and older; beginners through professionals. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. $375 each session. College credit included. Contact Phyliss Jaffe, 686-2448.
Associates for Renewal in Education, 1101 15th St. NW, Suite LL70.Parent Focus: School-based parenting programs for DCPS students (parents and non-parents). JHS/SHS; handicapped. Day care for pre-K. Contact Lana Smith, 331-1707.
Capital Children's Museum, 800 3rd St. NE.CCM-Summer '79: Arts, crafts, recreation, discovery learning pre-K-JHS; handicapped. Open all summer; special programs July 3-Sept. 1. Groups 10-11:30 a.m. Tuesday-Friday; public 12-4:30 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Children 50 cents; adults $1.50; Children from Region IV of school system (MET-KIDS card holders) admitted free (call for details). Contact Dianne Redcross or Jule Douglas, 544-2244.
Clearwater Nature Center, 11000 Thrift Rd., Clinton, Md. Regional park: Nature films, animal showings, Nature Olympics (June 23) Colonial Craft Fair (July 21), puppet shows, nature arts and crafts, demonstrations, family hikes, day and night hikes, campfires, Outdoor Explorers and nature clubs. All ages; accessible to handicapped. Contact Mary Brooks, 297-4575.
DCPS Department of Physical Education, Health, Safety and Athletics, Hayes School, 5th and K streets NE. Summer Driver Education Program: For academic credit. SHS. June 25-July 20. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Register through Saturday. Contact J.G. Ontko or Milton Sarris, 724-4926.
DC Music Center, 16th and Harvard streets NW. DC Music Center Summer Program: Music program; workships and private lessons on all instruments and in voice. All students. June 19-July 19. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays; Wendesdays, 4-7 p.m. $25. Financial aid available. Contact Jimmy Burrell or Cookie Spaeth, 332-5266.
DC Youth Orchestra Program, Calvin Coolidge Senior High School, 5th and Tuckerman streets NW. Music program: ES-SHS. June 25-Aug. 4. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. Register June 21-22. Contact Ricaud Owens or William Starnes, 723-1612.
Ellington School of the Arts, 35th and R streets NW. Summer Arts Exploration: Grades 8-9. July 2-Aug. 10. 9 a.m.-noon. Register through June 25. Contact Maurice Eldridge, 282-0123.
The George Washington University Reading Center, 2201 G St. NW, Building C, suite 429. Reading Center: Diagnostic testing; remedial tutoring; study skills; intensive precollege preparatory course; counseling. All ages. Limited facilities for mildly retarded citizens. Open year-round; 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; costs and program times may vary. Contact Samantha Gore, 676-6286.
Georgetown School of Medicine. Variety of educational enrichment experience for high school students interested in health related careers. Contact Athea Rayo, 625-2026 or 625-2641.
Glen Echo Park. Arts program: Noncredit. All grades; handicapped. Request a brocure for information about dates, time, and cost. Contact Diane Kellogg, 492-6282.
Harris Elementary School, 53rd and C streets SE. DC Department of Recreation Summer Program. All students. June-September, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Free. Contact Reathia Howard, 767-8264.
The Heights Study Center, 4300 Garrison St. NW. Critical Reading: A course in analytical reading. Grades 9-12. June 25-July 13. $125. Contact Marc Berkowe, 362-2419.
Howard Theatre Foundation, Inc., Market 5 Gallery, 7th and North Carolina Ave. SE. Performing Arts Consortium: Music, drama, dance, historic research, public relations, arts administration.SHS. Continuing programs. Afternoons and evenings. Fees vary; from $4 per class. Some dance scholarships available. Contact Gloria Thomas, 332-2300, ext. 01.
Inner Voices, Inc., 535 Edgewood St. NE. Youth Placement and Support Services Program: Employment training and placement; drug and alcohol abuse counseling; non-credit academics and arts. JHS/SHS. Continuous program. 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Free. Register any time. Contact Barbara Walters, 635-2372.
Langley School, 1411 Balls Hill Rd., McLean. Creative Learning: Instructional day care. Ages 3-5. June 25-July 27. 9 a.m.-noon. Call for information about costs. Register through tomorrow. Contact Betty Brown, 356-1920, 356-0625 or 356-6355.
Langley Summer Growth: Arts courses; noncredit. ES/JHS. June 25-July 27. 9 a.m.-noon. $60 per course. Register through tomorrow. Contact Betty Brown, Sara Friedlander or Mary Gambino, 356-1920.
Logan Community School, 3rd and G streets NE.Summer Enrichment Program: Business, academic for credit and no credit, social and recreational programs. English 4; U.S. Government; sewing and dressmaking; typing; tutoring; art and ceramics; dance workshops; others. Pre-K-SHS; handicapped (program for visually impaired). Also for adults and senior citizens. June 18-July 31. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; 6-9 p.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Free to D.C. residents.Register June 18; 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Contact Ron Kimbrough, 724-4701.
Metropolitan Mental Health Skills Center, 1610 New Hampshire Ave. NW. Metropolitan Mental Health Skills Training: $25 for workshops; $50 for seminars. Some financial aid available. Contact John Dillingham, 387-3339.
Mount Vernon College, 2100 Foxhall Rd. NW. Continuing Education: Auto mechanics, bricklaying, home repairs, yoga, dance aerobics, furniture reupholstering, typing, basic English composition, arts. SHS. Begins June 4. Evenings. $40 for 12 hours noncredit; $170 per three credits. Contact Nicole Long, 331-3539.
National Gallery of Art, 4th Street and Constitution Avenue. Tours of the National Gallery: Arranged by special appointment by the Education Department. Students of all ages; handicapped. Monday-Friday. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Contact the education department, 737-4215.
Northern Virginia Community College, 8333 Little River Turnpike, Annandale. Continuing Education and Community Service: Recreational, informational and special interest courses; credit and non-credit.SHS; handicapped. June 18-Aug. 31. Day and evening. Cost varies according to hours and credit. Scholarships and aid available. Register June 18 and July 26. For credit courses information call 323-3400. For noncredit course information call 323-3168.
Norwood School, 8821 River Rd., Bethesda. Summer at Norwood: Arts, music and science. Also woodworking, crafts and field trips. Ages 4-7. June 25-July 27. 9 a.m.-noon. $50 per week; two week minimum. Contact Patricia Arthur, 365-0221.
Lemuel Penn Center, 1709 3rd St. NE.Communications and Media: Basic and advanced lithographic printing. JHS/SHS; EMR handicapped. June-July. 8 a.m.-noon. Register June 25. Contact George Gordon, 576-6309.
Peoples Involvement Corporation, 2146 Georiga Ave. NW. Continuous Programs: Arts and sports (boxing, basketball, slimnastics). ES-SHS. Free. Contact Kay Lindsey or Velvin Dabney, 797-3980.
Queen Anne School, 14111 Oak Grove Rd., Upper Marlboro. Summer Session: Academics and sports camp. JHS/SHS.July 9-Aug. 3. $25- $140 per course. Register through tomorrow. Contact Thomas Farin, 249-5000.
River Terrace Community School, 34th and Dix streets NE. Programs for students: Pre-K-SHS. 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Free. Register any time. Contact Lester Jones, 724-4591.
Spanish Educational Development (SED) Center, 1840 Kalorama Rd. NW. Bilingual/Bicultural Tutorial Programs: (at Adams Community School, 19th and California streets NW) Math and reading; English communications; recreational/cultural activities and trips; one week of camping in August. ES; Spanish and other non-native English speaking encouraged to apply. July 2-Aug. 17. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (lunch included). Register now. Contact Janet Ekey, 462-8848.
St. Albans School, Mount Saint Alban. Day Camp - Counselor-in-Training: Designed for youth who wish to make the transition from camper to counselor. Ages 13-15. June 18-July 6; July 9-July 27. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $125 per session; $225 for both. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.
Soccer Clinic: Students grouped by age and ability. Age 5 and older. June 18-July 27. 3 hours per day. $100 for two-week session; $190 for four weeks; $250 for six weeks. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.
Sports Camp: Emphasis on developing motor coordination, strength and special skills. Ages 8-14. June 18-27. Three hours per day. $90 per two-week session. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.
Summer Voyageur Programs: Rock climbing, kayaking, Wood River and Adirondacks expeditions. Age 14 and older. Dates vary. $100- $800, depending upon program. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.
Tennis Clinic: Students grouped by age and ability. ES-SHS and adults. June 18-July 27. One hour per day. $60 per two-week session. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.
Sandy Spring Friends School, Sandy Spring, Md. Summer Arts Program: For credit. JHS/SHS. June 25-July 20. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $200 Register by June 25. Contact Ramona Braddock, 774-7455.
University of the District of Columbia National, 1529 16th St. NW. National Youth Sports Program: A multitude of sports activities. Ages 10-18; handicapped. Monday-Thursday. June 25-Aug. 3. 5-9 p.m. Free. Register now. Contact Lucille Hester or Wilmer Johnson, 727-2058 or 2057.
Washington Ethical Society School, 7750 16th St. NW Arts Program: Individualized, small classes, JHS/SHS. June 18-July 20; July 23-Aug. 24. 8:30-10:30 a.m.; 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $200 per course. Register up until class begins. Contact Helen Shanks or Paula Hurwitch, 829-0088.
YMCA - DC Branch, 1649 K St. NW. Classes: typing, dressmaking, dance, slimnastics, calligraphy (lettering), swimming, child care (junior counseling training), teen parenting and childhood education. Y-Teen Service Clubs (start your own!). Swim instruction for all ages; other classes for teens ages 13-17. Contact the central services office, 638-2100.
Summer with the "Y": Arts for teens; day camp for ES. July 9-Aug. 31. Day camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; evening hours for teens. $5 teen membership; $2 youth membership. Program costs vary. Request a brochure. Some scholarships are available. Register July 2, 3, 5, 6. Contact Judith Claytor Williams or Lorraine Washington, 638-2100 or 727-1228.
YWCA - Fairfax County Branch, Wolftrap and Gallows roads, Dunn Loring, Va. Day Camp: Arts, swimming, sports and varied enrichment. Hourly child care program. ES-SHS; handicapped. July 2-12; July 23-Aug. 2. 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Costs vary. Contact Virginia Foster, 560-1111.
YWCA - Montgomery County Branch, 2701 Bel Pre Rd., Silver Spring, Md. Focus on Art; Summer Fun Drop-in. ES. July 9-Aug. 31. Two hours a day. Costs vary; financial aid available. Register July 9.Contact Bonnie Hum, 460-3900.