Summer Camps in Argo, AL
An exciting week full of organized games, free play, arts and crafts and a field trip. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Field Trips will be announced later. Participants will need to bring a sack lunch and snack each day. LOCATION J.P. Moseley Gym A at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center J.P. Moseley Arts & Craft Room at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center J.P. Moseley Community Room at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center
Latest Review for Camp Birch Hill
I had the pleasure of working at this summer camp for nearly a decade. As a certified educator working in the public schools I can attest that Camp Birch Hill is an excellent opportunity for students to increase their social skills, learn how to collaborate, and most importantly, have FUN! So much emphasis and pressure has been placed on students today. To get into college it seems like you need to be taking ten AP classes and be part of 15 after-school... Read More...
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Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run-Tyler, TX - Tyler, TX
The Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run is the first event of its kind, a new dynamic inflated obstacle run for kids ages 3 – 12 years old. We didn’t just throw together a couple slides and bounce houses – we took imagination, creativity, and of course FUN into consideration to create the KRAZIEST event your kids will ever participate in! More details at: http://krazykidsinflatablefunrun.com/tyler-tx/
Known World War II: Olympiad - Smithville, MO
Known World War II: Olympiad The Kingdoms of the Known World gather to celebrate the first anniversary of the end of the Known World War. The Tournaments of Olympiad are being held in conjunction with war games organized to commemorate the signing of the treaties that ended the war. Peace, however is a fragile thing... Muster with Emerald Hills, Rivermoor, and Tal Dagore at Known World War II, celebrate peace... Dates: 16May17 - 21May17 Price: $45 (Gate fee variations will apply) Location: Kelsey Short Youth Camp Dr Smithville, MO, United States Schedule: 16May17 Tuesday - Site Opens 12pm 17May17 Wednesday - Opening Events 18May17 Thursday - Olympiad Qualifications 19May17 Friday - Olympiad 20May17 Saturday - Closing Events 21May17 Sunday - Site Closes 12pm More details coming soon. Website: Link Coming Soon.
The Summer Camp Show - Washington, District of Columbia, DC
The Summer Camp Show is among Washington DC's premiere comedic experiences. Harkening back to our childhood experiences with unusual group activities, the Summer Camp Show will make you laugh and remind you of a time when you couldn't get the glitter off your hands and face. Performances from: Nate Johnson (Funniest Fed Competition) Natalie McGill (Winner, DC Improv's Comedy Kumite) Alyssa Cowan (Laugh Your Asheville Off) Jhession Nunez Brittany Carney James Freeman Music from: Michael Sullivan & Herb Manilla Arts & Crafts, drinking games, and free bug juice (Bacardi & Hawaiian Punch) served at 7:30. Admission is free.
Carson Senator "Spring Break" Youth Basketball Camp - Carson City, NV
MEFIYI (Me-For-Incredible-Youth, Inc), along with the Carson High School Basketball Program is offering a three day co-ed skills and development camp at the Carson High School Gym. The sessions will run from 1pm to 4 pm each day and will consist of basketball skill instruction, speed and agility training, and other basketball activities.
Teen STEM Camp - Comstock Park, MI
TEEN STEM CAMP - Campers must have completed 6th - 11th grade (max. 17 years old). We will be leaving The Salvation Army Alma Corps at 1:00 PM.
Staff Children Only-Mini Camp - New Heights Camp @ Camp Mattatuck
Mini Camp serves children of staff members serving at camp between the ages of 0 and 7 years old. Parents are always ultimately responsible for the children, and we ask them to take personal responsibility of their children at meal times and at night. We will provide activities during the day. 6176537565.0
Art Explorers - CREATE Arts Center
Our art explorers may be young in this studio class, but we have plenty of room for great big creative ideas! Artists will explore color, shape, and texture through two and three-dimensional projects. Over the course of this class, students will work with pencil, marker, paint, clay, paper, and recycled materials. Class meets for 8 weeks (Apr. 10 - June 5). No class on May 29. 301-588-2787
Advanced Survivor Camp - George Rogers Park
Put down the technology and learn how to use teamwork, leadership and decision making skills when your resources are few. Survivor camp builds on outdoor school and traditional outdoor camps. Campers use scenarios such as getting lost, wilderness survival and dealing with the Zombie Apocalypse to develop real survival and primitive skills such as shelter building, fire, traps, orienteering/tracking and much more!! AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION _PS GRP Lower Picnic Shelter at George Rogers Park INSTRUCTOR Daniel Coyle
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - Weekly 8479852115.0
Animation and Computer Programming - Orchard Hills School
Have you ever wondered how to speak "computer"? Do you like to draw your own cartoon or anime characters and create imaginative stories? This summer you will learn to communicate your imaginative ideas from your brain to a computers digital brain. Through use of Scratch.mit.edu you will learn how to make interactive cartoon characters, animate short stories, and design your very own computer game. No programming experience is necessary. Students will play each others games and participate in an arcade festival on the last day of class. Join us this summer and put your imagination to the test! 714-832-6299