Summer Camps in Atkinson, NE
Camps run weekly Monday through Friday. $495.00 pays for one week. Stretch/Warm-up Exercises 45 Minute Rotation through Skill Centers Putting | Chipping/Pitching | Full Swing (15 Minute Break Between Each Center) Lunch (Noon - 12:30pm) Review of On-Course Rules Play 9 Holes Bringing Awareness to Rules, Etiquette, and Club Selection * 10% discount per Sibling *Any additional weeks will be priced at 10% discount 609 520 0040
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TRN at Crabtree's Youth Football Camp - Dallas, TX
The DFW Raiders 4 Life will have a booth setup at this Football camp with our banners posted up thruout the Venue. We will be in need of volunteers for the event. Please let me know if you are interested asap. DETAILS Michael Crabtree's 4th Annual Youth Mini Camp Powered by: The Dallas Park and Recreation Department WHO: Michael Crabtree, NFL wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders, is hosting his fourth annual Michael Crabtree Annual Youth Mini Camp. Crabtree will be joined by more than 20 other NFL players. WHAT: The mini-camp is designed to help participants develop and improve their football skills, sportsmanship and teamwork, while building confidence both on-and-off the field. Campers of all levels will be coached by the pros, college stars and football coaches from the area. Instruction will focus on the team concept of football and fundamental skills. Registration for camp is FREE and is limited to the first 300 registrants. Each camper will receive a Jordan Brand T-Shirt, Jordan Brand Bag, free lunch. Campers will also provided lunch. WHERE: Cotton Bowl Stadium 3924 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd Fair Park, Dallas, TX 75210 WHEN: Saturday, June 11 Registration // 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Session 1 Ages 7-12 // 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Camping Kid's Night - Springfield, MO
Kids age 3 through 6th grade are invited to join us for a camping themed kid's night. We will sing campfire songs, eat s'mores, play games, and hear a camping inspired Bible story. There will be an adult service available for parents and a youth class.
Youth Blast Off Retreat at Camp CILCA - Cantrall, IL
High School Youth Blast Off Retreat – at Camp CILCA – Sept. 16-17. Join us for Canoeing, Archery, Night Hike, Challenge Course, Fishing, Bible Discussion, Campfire Songs & Devotions. We will leave from church at 7pm on Friday and return by 5pm on Saturday. Bring friends. No cost. RSVP Text to Pastor Kevin 309-613-4884 by Tues. Sept. 13th.
VOX VITAE Historic 1st Annual Catholic ProLife Youth Day Camp and Adul
DAY ONE: CATHOLICISM: MADE IN GOD'S IMAGE; TEEN VIRTUE BOOT CAMP Vox Vitae GUEST SPEAKERS! TIM STAPLES, Catholic Answers DOUG BARRY, EWTN and Battle Ready Our camp educates teens and adults about the Catholic Church's teachings on LIFE through dynamic speakers, group discussions, and daily prayers. YOUTH: Vox Vitae Summer YOUTH Camp will explore many important topics, including abortion, citizenship, chastity, contraception and our unique Catholic faith - with age appropriate content for the junior high and high school age campers. ADULT: Our Evening Camp educates parents and adult parishioners about the same topics discussed during the Day Camp and will feature many o fthe same speakers. It aims to help parents discuss these critically important topics with their teens Vox Vitae features Catholic leaders, speakers, and educators from across the United States including: Bishop David O'Connell, Tim Staples of Catholic Answers, Timmerie Millington, Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life, Doug Barry of EWTN and Battle Ready, Jesse Romero Astrid Bennett Gutierrez of EWTN and The Vida Initiative, Kellie Fiedorek of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), Susan Yoshihara of Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (CFAM), Sylvia Aimerito of Audio Girl Ministries, Pam Stenzel, Ramona Trevino, and MORE!! Each speaker will discuss a topic of individual expertise and engage...
Youth Curator Camp - Martinsville, VA
Youth Curator Camp Virginia Museum of Natural History Saturday, December 19 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Youth Curator Camp is an opportunity for children ages 6 to 12 to learn about the museum while participating in fun, hands-on activities and programs. Parents and guardians – this is a great opportunity for your children to experience a day of scientific adventure and discovery while you finish up any last-minute holiday shopping! Campers will meet the museum’s scientists and learn about real museum collections. There will be demonstrations of the casting and molding program, with children having the opportunity to create, paint and take home their very own fossil cast! In addition to these unique activities, campers will enjoy pizza and a movie in the museum’s Education Center. Price: $30 per camper (VMNH Members receive a 10% discount) To register, please call 276-634-4185 or email [email protected] Registration deadline: Friday, December 4 Space is limited, so register today! Drop-off is between 9:45 and 10 a.m. Pick-up is between 3 and 3:15 p.m. Early drop-off and late pick-up is available for an additional fee. Please call for details.
Play with Clay - Creative York
Young potters will learn to express themselves through clay! Students will hand build, make bowls on the potters wheel, and add color to their finished work. Supplies included. 7178483200.0
7 Week Session Option GROVELAND RESIDENTS ONLY - Bagnall Elementary School
2016 CIT rate is for all seven weeks of the program. The rate includes all program activities and field trips (except for Week 6). A CIT may attend up to seven weeks at this rate, but may attend fewer weeks due to family vacations, etc. However, there is no discount or refunds for missed weeks or attendance of less than seven weeks. CITs will be asked to provide their weeks of attendance on the first day of the program. 978-518-7421
Lacrosse Evening Camp - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
Each camper should bring sneakers, goggles, stick, mouth guard, sun-screen, snack, and a container of water (no glass). Goalkeepers are encouraged to bring their own equipment. WCU and its camp staff are not responsible for lost or missing items. All personal equipment should be marked with the campers name. 610-436-3555
Best of Broadway (Musical Theater Camp) - Congregation Beth Am
Learn songs and dances from your favorite Broadway Musicals! In this one-week camp, students will put together a musical theatre revue to share with parents and friends on the last day of camp. 650-988-8798
Cool Creations Camp - The Mandell School
At Cool Creations, each week of camp is dedicated to a different STEM project that is both fun and engaging. Campers explore and tackle a variety of situations and use their math and general problem-solving skills to address them. Through projects like designing a playground, rocket building, crafting video games and programming their own robots, students will experience what it would be like to be an architect, aerospace engineer, industrial engineer, and video game programmer. Every day campers also have ample opportunity to do the things that are typically done in a summer camp such as swimming, field trips, sports, games and other fun physical activities. Select from the following Week 1: Design the Next Generation of Toys Week 2: Shipwreck Week 3: Build a Rocket Week 4: Escape the Zombie Apocalypse Week 5: Program a Robot Week 6: Develop a Video Game CAMP HOURS 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM - please bring a packed lunch. Refrigeration will be provided. CLOSURE Camp will be closed Monday, July 4. PLEASE NOTE No allowances will be made for absences, early withdrawals, or late starts. 212-222-2925 x5416