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Camps and Activities

Sports and Camps

Alameda Girls Softball

Alameda Girls Softball Association (AGSA) provides recreational and tournament fastpitch softball programs for girls age 4 to 14 with the overall goal of developing sportsmanship, teamwork, friendship and leadership.  AGSA is the only youth sports league in Alameda with a primary focus on development of girls in sports.  AGSA is affiliated with NorCal USA Softball. Visit Alameda Girls Softball for more information.


Alameda Soccer Club

Fall 2021 Alameda Soccer Club Recreation League registration is now open for players U6-U16. No tryouts needed, everyone welcome. For more information and to register click here

All Star Academics Summer Camp and After school Program

All Star Academics is an after-school program and summer camp centrally located in downtown Alameda, near the Alameda Theater. Founded ten years ago by a group of Alameda parents, All Star Academics aims to help other working parents by offering after-school care and homework assistance for TK - 8th grade students in small classes of similar ages. One-on-one tutoring is also available, and transportation can be arranged through All Stars. The schedule and calendar of All Star Academics follow and compliment those of the AUSD, for parents' convenience. Visit the All Star Academics website for more information. 


Boys and Girls Club Programs

The Alameda Boys and Girls Club offers summer and after school programs.  For more information, please go to the club’s website, call (510) 522-4900, or email program director James Adkins at


Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run aims to inspire ALL girls to build confidence and make intentional decisions, while fostering care and compassion for self and others. Trained coaches use physical activity and dynamic discussions to build social, emotional and physical skills in every girl while encouraging healthy habits for life. For more information, visit the Girls on the Run website.


Papalotes Spanish Summer Camp

Give your kids the opportunity to learn the Spanish language and culture in a fun and nurturing environment! Activities include traditional games, art projects, stories, music and cooking. Camps are for kids grades k-3.

Siblings discount available
Native language instructor

For more details, please visit the website or email


Tomorrow Youth Repertory 

Tomorrow Youth Rep is an educational theater program based in Alameda, CA, offering after-school classes and camps for youths of all experience levels. TYR strives for a truly community-centered experience— theater made for the community, by the community. We believe in the power of theater to transform our community and ourselves, to promote in all of us a freedom of creativity, confidence, teamwork, and patience. Visit the TYR website for upcoming programs.


WCDC Openings

The Woodstock Child Development Center has toddler and preschooler programs, as well as its after school programs for TK-5th graders, and summer sessions. Activities include social-emotional development, school readiness, homework assistance, STEAM, and physical fitness. For more information, please call (510) 748-4001.


Wolverines Football and Cheer Programs 

Registration is now open for the Alameda Football Association’s Wolverines football and cheer programs. All youth ages 5-15 are eligible. Visit their website or call (415) 627-7920 for more information. 


Yu Ying  “Star” Afterschool  ProgramThe Yu Ying Learning Center's STAR program offers science, theater, art, and recreation in its daily sessions. For more information, call 510-863-1651, email, or visit Yu Ying website.