Summer Camps in Asherton, TX
The Sycamore Academy Problem Solving Series is designed to provide intensive training over common topics math competition problem writers like to use when writing problems. The topics are not only essential for any motivated math competition student, they are also important and essential for all math students. The classes are designed for students in 6th - 8th grade, but it could also be appropriate for students in 5th grade or in high school. Each class has a pre-class work and post-class work that students need to complete to get the most out of the class. 317-202-2500
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2016 Family Fun Day / Fraternal Festival - Randleman, NC
We are having a FREE Family Fun day on Saturday, June 25th from 10am-5pm, opened to the members and the public. A catered lunch will be provided. Come on out and check out the camp facilities! Please register for meal count at https://campscui.active.com/orgs/WoodmenLifeNCW#/selectSessions/1265301 Don't forget our Golf Tournament June 24th at 1pm Shot Gun Start at Holly Ridge Golf Links 7933 US-311 South, Archdale. $50 per player, all proceeds will go to the camp! Sponsors needed!! Ali Gossett West NC Community Outreach Manager 4900 Koger Blvd. Suite 180 Greensboro, NC 27407 Phone: (336)547-0711 Ext 5004 Fax: (336)547-0713 [email protected]
Adidas Tajh Boyd Youth Football Fundamentals Camp - Greenville, SC
Just Cruising Equestrian Center Summer Camp Week 1 - Kingdom City, MO
Send your child to our day camps for a great learning opportunity with experienced and dedicated staff, amazing horses, and lots of hands-on crafts and activities! Students will help with care of the horses (feeding, watering, pasture turnout, stall cleaning, etc.) and learn about horse anatomy, colors, breeds, conformation, and tack. The last day of camp includes a mini horse show for parents to come watch what their kids have been learning throughout the week. All levels of riders are welcome, even if students have never ridden before. The cost of the summer camp is $350. A $100 deposit is required to reserve a spot. Camp runs from 8:00 am to 4 pm. Before- and after-care available for an additional charge. You may also contact Joanna Levy Kyger @ 314~369~9040 or Dana Giboney @ 573~220~5246.
KidZone Holiday Camp - Washington, PA
December 27th, 28th, 29th 9:00am to 5:00pm Please join us this December 27th -29th for our KidZone Holiday Camp… Survivor style! Campers, ages 6 (must be in at least first grade) -12 years old, will be challenged through three days of survivor themed sports, games, crafts, snacks, and more! Kids will need a brown bag lunch and swimsuit every day. Before care is available from 7:30am to 9:00am for $5.00M/$8.00NM a day. Sign up at the front desk or online. For more information: Jared Englert Youth Activities Supervisor 724.250.5202 [email protected]
ZUMBA Kids Camp - Wasilla, AK
A 6-week ZUMBA Kids Camp with Nikki and Bronwen starts Saturday January 16 at The Alaska Club in Wasilla!!! It's the ultimate kids fitness event. Saturdays Jan 16 - Feb 20 10:30-11:30am $45 members / $60 non-members Ages 5-12 years Register at The Alaska Club Be active and jam out with kid-friendly Zumba® music and choreography. It's not just like the grown up version...we break down the steps and add games and other fun activities. We want to help your kids consider fitness as a natural part of their lives by making it FUN. Kids will have a chance to show off what they've accomplished at a final "recital" on the last day of camp.
History 2 6/27 - 7/1 - Rockridge BART - (base of the escalators)
This is our History 2 week. This week we will be moving around the Bay Area taking daily field trips while using public transportation to navigate our way. The week will be comprised of the schedule below*. Day 1: Fort Point/City Hall Day 2: Wells Fargo Museum/Cable Car Museum Day 3: SF Dungeon/Wax museum and Boudin Bread Factory Tour Day 4: Angel Island/US Immigration Station/China Town back alley tour Day 5: USS Pampanito/ SS Jeremiah OBrien (Days may not be in the specific order above) We meet at Rockridge BART station every morning at 8 AM then travel the city to our destination or destinations. We return to Rockridge BART at 4PM for pickup or post camp day care. *Note: UAC will follow the schedule posted unless issues arise, in which case we will make any and all substitutions equal to the current schedule. 510-339-0676
NJ, Pennington; Winter Elite Faceoff Days - PEAC Health & Fitness
Each Winter Elite Faceoff Days will consist of warm ups, presentation and group practice of specific Elite faceoff techniques as well as real time faceoffs. Elite Faceoff techniques will include footwork, stance, hand position, primary move, counter move, GB play, wing play, stick work, and shooting instruction, etc. Individual player observation and instruction will occur throughout. Clinic will conclude with a skill appropriate king of the hill. Players will be split in groups based on age/skill if necessary. 3 Faceoff Days Dates and Times: Feb 14th: 8:00-9:00am Feb 21st: 8:00-9:00am Feb 28th: 8:00-9:00am Ages: 14 to 18 years old Please Bring: Full Equipment Cleats Water On the registration link below players can choose how many sessions they would like to attend. Example: purchase 2 sessions, choose any 2 sessions to attend. Walk-ups are also welcome; please bring $55 cash or check 3153962474.0
Computer Programming with Scratch - Space Pioneers - Bolles Ponte Vedra Beach Campus
Programming and coding are becoming necessary skills for tomorrows engineers! Scratch introduces children to programming in a logical and easy to follow way. Just like any student can become an engineer, any student can become a programmer! Come open this door to the world of programming! 904-256-5071
Cheerleading - Norfolk Christian Schools
Come out and learn Cheerleading under the direction of an multi award winning coach and NCS Varsity squad. Coach Amanda Beery has led her team to FCC National Championships, coached girls to win Individual and Team performance awards. During this week of camp campers will learn skills that emphasize proper form and as well as safety. Stunting: Starting with low-level skills such as thigh stands and progressing to semi-advanced stunts. Tumbling: Cartwheels, handstands and round offs. Those with a solid tumbling background will work on back handspring technique. Motions: Learn all motions and the names for each arm placement with a focus on sharp and properly executed technique. Cheers: Cheers will be taught to the participants, implementing the skills learned at camp Dance: A dance will be taught utilizing the needed to excel in cheer dance. Jumps: Proper jump technique starting with basis approach and forms continuing through to advanced jumping. 757-274-6295
ART TALES (45 Min) TUES 10:00-10:45 - Loudoun Arts Center
Play and learn while creating art exploring the world of literature and fine arts. In this class students will be inspired by popular childrens books to create unique works of art. This class will discover the connection between picture books and dialogue. 703-444-5888