Evanston residents can start mailing in their registrations for the City of Evanston’s many summer camps soon.

Registrations with postmarks of Jan. 30 or later will be given priority treatment based on the date of the postmark.

To keep the process fair for all, registrations must be sent via first-class U.S. mail only. Forms sent in by any other means, including priority mail or special delivery, as well as those postmarked prior to Jan. 30 will be held for processing at a later date.

In addition, registrations may not be dropped off. Walk-in registrations will not be accepted until Monday, February 16, which is also the first day nonresidents may register for Evanston camps.

Once again this year, camps will be offered for adults, as well as youth as young as age two-and-a-half.

Choose from late afternoon/evening only camps or the more traditional full-day and half-day camp options.

The 2009 Summer Camp Guide, which describes each camp and the registration procedures in detail, is now available online and at all community centers and at the Civic Center. For more information, call 847-866-2900.

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