The Aspen Institute's Health, Medicine & Society Program partnered with its Sports & Society Program to develop a risk assessment to help athletes, coaches and parents get back into sports after stay-at-home restrictions are lifted.
15-year-old Brian Rice II, who goes by the nickname Flyinbrian, has his sights set on being the first African American snowboarder in the Olympics.
From arts and crafts to animals on the farm, kids as young as age 3 can experience all the fun and enrichment opportunities that summer camp has to offer.
Through an initiative called Project Play, the Aspen Institute and its partners are working to boost the numbers of kids engaged in healthy, active sports and play. We share their parent tips for reimagining kid-focused play.
Whether it's a day, overnight or specialty camp, Metro Parent's advertising partners have options for every child to experience the best summer ever.
In a world of digital relationships, summer camps provide an increasingly important place for kids to connect face-to-face – plus sharpen some of life's soft skills.
Kids ages 6-17 can experience a variety of day and week-long camps at eight of the Huron-Clinton Metroparks this year.
High schoolers interested in camps that focus on engineering, technology, design, business, science and more: Look no further than Lawrence Tech.