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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Animation Workshop Morning Session - Visual Art Institute
Experience an immersive two week animation workshop with artist Nathan Ratcliffe, a video game developer and creator and VAI alumni. This workshop will allow students to learn the complex, intensive, and rewarding process of creating a short animated film as a team. This is an amazing opportunity for teenage students to not only improve their concept of motion, but to learn technical and real-world skills. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops if they have them. This workshop will run from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Contact VAI for more information at (801) 474-3796. 801-474-3796

Latest Review for Willow Lake Day Camp

Ideal Day Camp
I love this camp for my kids because they were able to go and have a great time while staying safe, but the best part is that they get to come home at night and tell us all about their adventurous day. I love hearing about the laughs and the good times and hearing how awesome the staff is. We really couldn't ask for a better day camp for our kids. My teenager wants to go, but wishes it was an overnight camp. Maybe one... Read More...


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Polar-Rama - Menasha, WI
Car, truck, motorcycle and bicycle show. Yes outdoors and Yes we have the date correct. Sunday Jan 29 from noon til dusk! Pull that car cover off, put the battery back in and drive your summer ride out for one day of winter fun! They make car washes, even in winter...so put on your big boy/girl pants and drive out...snow or shine! All show vehicles welcome. FREE Chili. Awards at 4pm. Free admission. Trophies awarded for car, truck, motorcycle AND bicycle participation. $5 entry fee per car/truck, $3 per motorcycle and $1 per bicycle if you would like to participate in the drawings and awards. 100% of all entry collection will go to the Make a Wish Foundation. You can display for FREE, but you will not be in for awards or raffle prize drawings without a donation to our Charity. Freddy has a great bar, with an really nice deck out back. Sit by the fire, hang out under the tent outside or just hang out inside the nice warm Locker Room! Food available on site.

Summer Horse Camp - Ernul, NC
We have 6 awesome horse camps this summer for ages 6 to 10 and ages 11 to 15. Time is 9am to 5pm. The following weeks are available: Little Kids $135: June 13th - June 16th July 11th - July 14th August 8th - August 11th Big Kids $150: June 27th - July1st July 25th - July 29th August 22nd- August 26th Let us know as soon as possible what week you would like to place your child in. Deposits will be due begining Feb 1st to hold your spot. Full balance will be due by June 1st. If you have already contacted us in some other way, you do not need to do so again. We created this event to ensure everyone will see it instead of a post that will get buried in newsfeed. Please feel free to invite anyone you feel would be interested.

Fall Youth Retreat - Voorheesville, NY
Joining with others for a weekend (Nov.6-8) of fun and Spiritual emphasis. It's a perfect opportunity to draw closer to God and to build relationships with others.

Creative Kids Drop-In Winter Culinary Camp
Our 3rd day of camp, the students will prepare some fun and festive appitizers perfect for New Year's Eve! They will get to take home a selction to share with family and friends while ringing in the new year. Kid-friendly favorites such as pigs in a blanket, meatballs, cheese straws, and homemade ranch dip for veggies. Parents are welcome to stay or drop off. Learning areas: history, social studies, science, math, kitchen safety. Limit: 10 students Suggested ages: 6+ (younger are welcome with adult helper present) Warning: not an allergy-free event! Nuts will be present as well as wheat. Cost: $15 per child, per class.

April Teen Night - Excelsior, MN
We're excited to bring bring back monthly Teen Nights in 2016! Teen Night is for anyone interested in spending some fun, wacky, creative time at your home away from home - Tanadoona! These events are FREE but please register in advance so we have enough food and supplies for everyone! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jblgE3Ug3Z_T-Z-j6yB9srrhV4wj_tesIi3EimRZsi0/viewform?c=0&w=1

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

LEGO Mindstorm Robotics Camp - Sport Center
This hands-on camp reveals the rewards and excitement of LEGO robotics. Working with a partner, your child will learn about mechanical design, gear ratios and computer programming using the LEGO Mindstorms robotics system. Campers will also be creating their own video game. Participants will create background settings, characters, animated movements and sound effects. Participants will be introduced to computer programming using easy to learn tools and increase their knowledge of robotics technology while enjoying time with their peers. Students will receive a USB drive with the game design software and games they made at the conclusion of camp. AGE CATEGORY Youth (6yr+) LOCATION SC Meeting Room at Sport Center

Technovators: Remote Control Projects and Game Design - Kentlake High School
Get a double helping of technology. First, build remote-control, motor-driven animals and vehicles using LEGO® components. Then, create their own computer game using Stencyl® software, one of the newest and best ways to create games for a computer or mobile device. In the morning, create "Nessie," the Loch-Ness creature, beautifully detailed versions of the the Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars®, a funny-walking spider, and a twin-motor vehicle that you can quickly transform into a turtle! Students learn about motors, gears, hinges, wheels and axles, and more! With their remotes, students race and send their creations on missions. In the afternoon, make a platform style game where characters explore levels, gain prizes and avoid enemies. Students learn level design and how to add events and actions, scoring and displays, physics, and sounds in the gameplay. See your game come to life, while learning skills that can help start your development as a game designer! Take your game home to play on a Windows computer or upload to the web for others to play. 206-466-6882

Titan Volleyball Camp - Antelope Crossing Middle School
Learn the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, serving and hitting. Introduction to this exciting team sport will be taught in a non-competitive and fun atmosphere. This camp is a must for students who are thinking about trying out for their schools team. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All campers will be supervised over the lunchtime break. Please bring own lunch. LOCATION Antelope Crossing Middle School Gym INSTRUCTOR Antelope High School Volleyball Coaches

Programming with Alice - British International School of Charlotte
Alice is a fun, innovative, and educational software from Carnegie Mellon Institute, designed to expose students to object-oriented programming. Using a gallery of 3D characters and scenery, Alice allows students to learn fundamental programming concepts in the context of creating animated stories, movies, simple games, and even virtual pets! In Alice, 3-D objects (e.g., people, animals, and vehicles) populate a virtual world and students animate the objects and program social interactions between characters. In Alices interactive interface, students drag and drop graphic tiles to create a program, where the instructions correspond to standard statements in a production oriented programming language, such as Java, C++, and C#. Alice allows students to immediately see how their animation programs run, enabling them to easily understand the relationship between the programming statements and the behavior of objects in their animation. The end result is animated 3D Models that can be shared with others! 7047743016.0

Session 1 - Manhattan - Esaie Couture Design School
Our Fashion Campers Will: Develop their own brand and logo Learn to use a sewing machine Drape a garment (like on "Project Runway") Pick fabrics and colors Complete a sewn garment for themselves Learn to walk a runway Have a professional photoshoot Participate in an art exhibit and fashion show, at end of week ** Campers will take a field trip at mid week ** Campers will go to the park each day ** Campers should bring a healthy bag lunch 347-295-0022

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