Summer Camps in Hillsborough County, FL
Stanford Field Hockey Providing high level field hockey instruction in a high tempo positive environment. 800-357-7687
Hillsborough County, FL Summer Camps
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Where is there a summer english camp for a group of chinese children?
Frederic, as per your request, we have added a couple of Summer English camps for Chinese children. CCE Summer Camp promotes exchange and friendship between young students of China and the students understanding of the world. See more here: http://www.campsusa.org/summer-camps/cce-summer-camp-in-the-us-for-chinese-students/ Crossing Borders English Camp - transitioning students to completely immerse in the English language; they host Children from Russia, China, Venezuela, Italy, etc. and have locations in San Antonio, in Katy, Houston, The Woodlands, TX and Brooklyn, New York. See more here: http://www.campsusa.org/summer-camps/crossing-borders-houston-english-camp/...
2016 BACDS Family Dance Camp - Sonora, CA
Join us for six days full of dancing, music, crafts, swimming, games, storytelling, and too much fun…at Foothill Horizons Outdoor School near Sonora, CA. July 3-9, 2016 Check out the website for details: http://www.bacds.org/familyweek/ If you have any questions or wish to be added to our mailing list, please contact us at [email protected] For those who haven’t been before, Family Week often takes some explaining. It’s not a “kids’ camp” or a “sleepaway camp”: it’s for the entire family. We share traditional camp accommodations: several families per bunkhouse, and everyone eats community style. During the morning, kids take classes in community dance, English team dance, and art, while parents are free to come dance, play music, sing, or simply relax. After lunch, families come back together, for swimming, jamming, playing games, and a series of great classes for all. During the week of camp, a community like no other grows, culminating in a demo day when everyone shows each other what we’ve been doing. Every evening, we come together to dance. While the family is the basic unit at camp, it’s pretty loosely defined: traditional parents and kids, aunts and uncles with nieces and nephews, or grandparents with their grandchildren. We encourage campers to bring along their friends, and adult camper “families of one” are more than welcome for a low-key and delightful week.