Summer Camps in Ashland, KS
Join us for a very exciting and fun Creative Arts Camp! We will be exploring a variety of artistic styles including painting, pastels, textiles, collage and much more! Each week we will follow a different theme as we discover art as an expression of Gods creation as well as personal expression learning from the great artists of history. We will cover basic art skills as color mixing, drawing, and design basics. Wear clothes you can get messy in! 831-465-3386
Latest Review for Camp Tecumseh
My kids were able to experience a lot of different things at Camp Tecumseh this summer. They have the usual camp activities, but they also have rock wall climbing, archery, riffly, tube slides, a nature center, candle making, disc golf, fishing and a mini farm. My kids had so many things to do that they ran out of time. They had the time of their lives and they can’t wait to go back next summer! This was an excellent camp that I know we’ll be... Read More...
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A Titus Refresher Weekend for Women and Teen Girls - Lowville, NY
Margie Harryman and Molly Sparling will be teaching shortened versions of their Bible studies based on Titus 2:3-5. The adult study will be lead by Margie while a simultaneous study for teen girls will be lead by Molly. Come and be refreshed and renewed!
Send A Kid 2 Camp - Clinton Township, MI
On April 19th @ 6PM we will be hosting a "fun"draiser at the Stray Cat Lounge in Clinton Township. $10 cover charge gets you a buffet style pasta dinner. There will be a 50/50 raffle and a Silent Auction. All monies raised will go to Kids Burn Camp at YMCA Camp Manitoulin. It takes $500 to send one kid to camp but the return on investment is priceless.
Kid Felix, The Daniel Bell Band, Moodsmith, Kristen Campbell at The Me
Kids/PreTeen Camp- July 17-22 - Smicksburg, PA
Kids going into the 3rd through 6th grade in the Fall of 2016 are invited to join us for the best week of the summer. The cost is only $130 for week. Partial scholarships are available. For more information contact Pam Kirkland at [email protected]
Teen Summer Camp (Ages 13-18) - Dallas, TX
Spring Break Tennis Camp - Future Stars - Community Center
Future Stars Holiday Tennis Camps develop players motor skills and fundamentals, from all strokes and footwork to scoring and sportsmanship. They include drills, games, and other fun activities for the students throughout each day. Juniors learn all facets of the game in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Community Center - Tennis Court #3 at Community Center INSTRUCTOR Patrick Barrows
Camp KIA - Week 4-Time Machine - Recreation Center and Natatorium
Hop on board our time machine, well be travelling back in time to old school games, pioneer arts, grandparents recipes, and survival strategies that helped humans live off of the land. Come along for the ride! Field Trip: Jumping World AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION RCN - Multi-Purpose Room Entire at Recreation Center and Natatorium
Acting 201 for Film, Spring Session - Sol Acting Academy Studio
Take your film acting to the next level! Building on skills you learned and the network of like-minded friends you made in Acting for Film & Television 101, this class will provide the tools you need to feel comfortable and confident in acting for the camera. Learn how to handle auditions and callbacks like a pro, feel at home on an actual film set, learn great habits for your early acting journey, and set out on a course for fun and success in the exciting world of film and television! 505-881-0975
Art Summer Camp/Fiber Arts: Ages 5-7 - Town of Harrisburg - Programs
August 22 - 26, 2016: Ages 5-7 - Fiber Arts - 9am to Noon: Campers will explore fiber arts. Using yarn to weave and crochet, scrap fabric to create a dream catcher, string to create jewelry and sim-ple hand sewing techniques campers will create an abundance of timeless handcrafted pieces. Instructor: Amanda Troffer has been teaching and practicing art for the last 10+ years, specializing in pottery and mosaic. LOCATION Harrisburg Town Halls Municipal Complex
Opti Race (Session 1 AM) - NESS
Prerequisite: Opti Green Fleet/instructor recommendation Students will work on more advanced boat handling techniques, including roll tacks and jibes, and will be introduced to more racing tactics, strategies and techniques. Sailors will learn what it takes to progress to the next level of Opti racing and will be expected to compete in local Opti regattas where Red, White and Blue fleets are formed by age. Having your own racing level Opti is an advantage at this stage and students are encouraged to bring their own boats. All students will be under the supervision of our race coach in class and at specific local regattas. Last summer we supported and coached our sailors in 7 local day-long Opti regattas and expect to support about the same number of events this year. Regatta fees are not included. 860-535-9362