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Step Out Teen Summer Recreation

step out logo 2015Teen bullet SUMMER PROGRAM FIELD TRIPS 

Daily field trips are scheduled to many Valley attractions that are popular with 6th– 9th graders.  Participant must be registered for the Summer Step Out Program before registering for trip packs. 


 2015 Master Trip Schedule 

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All Three Sites will visit the same trip locations with the exception of Peter Piper Pizza and other trips to be determined. The price of field trips includes general admission, transportation and supervision. Snacks, arcade games, etc. are not included in the price of the field trip.  

NOTE: Thursday, June 4, trip this week is a late return. ALL afternoon shuttles will depart sites at 3:30 p.m. This includes those participants not attending the trip. All sites will remain open until 3:30 p.m.  


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Click here to purchase.
This package includes 8 new release movies at Harkins Arrowhead. $56. 

Click here for price and week details and/or to purchase Werx Packs online
A convenient way to pay for trips in weekly or four week bundles at a discounted rate. Fee includes all trips scheduled during listed dates. Some trips include lunch. Fee does not include snacks, tokens, etc. 

  • "Werx A" include all field trips held May 26-July 19.
  • "Werx B" include all field trips held June 22-July 16.
  • "Werx Week" -  If the Werx packs above just don’t fit into the summer plans, choose one or more of the weekly packs and get a discount for that week. These can be purchased for specific weeks and include all field trips for that week. 

Fees for individual daily field trips are payable ONLY at the program site and must be paid in full prior to trip departure. Click here for individual trip coupons. Payment with a check is prefered, with checks made payable to City of Peoria. In some cases additional waivers are necessary and can be found hereIf you wish to purchase the entire week of trips see the Werx Week packs above for discounted weekly rates. Payment Slips do not include the Werx Week discount. Trips can be purchased individually or in packs for discounted rates. 

Participants must be registered for the Summer Step Out Program before registering for trip packs. Click here for the program details.

Teen bullet  Waivers:
Please complete the waivers below and return to your site staff if attending one of these field trip locations.