Summer Camps in Aurora, NE
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Our son learned a lot at this camp!
Our 7 year old son enjoyed this summer camp. He liked the hands-on opportunities throughout the 5 day long camp. This camp helped him develop problem solving skills and increase his confidence when communicating with others. This camp is well worth the money.... Read More...
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Firefighter Youth Camp - Limerick, PA
Limerick Fire Company's Third Annual YOUTH FIREFIGHTER CAMP June 20-24, 2016; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Ages 6-13 years of age Registration Fee: $35; deadline to register: May 30, 2016 Welcome to Limerick Fire Company’s Youth Firefighter Camp. Due to the success of our camp, the deadline to register cannot be extended and attendance is limited to 60 campers. All registered cadets will receive one LFC Fireman’s tee shirt and LFC baseball cap to wear as their ‘daily uniform’. Hat and designated ‘uniform shirt’ must be worn every day because it identifies which group the cadet is assigned to for the week. If you are interested in purchasing extra camp shirts, they must be ordered at the time of registration-$10 per shirt. Why try this Camp? You will: ►Learn fire safety you thought you knew & then apply what you’ve learned ►Learn about the fire house, trucks (apparatus), and personnel ►Hands-on with various equipment ►Ladders-learn the how-to’s ►Hoses-proper techniques to connect to the hydrant, flow water, roll up, etc. ►Extinguishers-the ABC’s ►Rescue tools during simulated live demonstrations ►Fire gear-bunker pants, jacket, helmet, safety gloves & glasses all provided ►Watch & participate in several live demonstrations with the firefighters ►And so much more…. Registration and other forms are below. Registration Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYeFczd0hGVTRKaHc/view?usp=sharing General Info and Rules: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYTXc4ZnF2ckRrdVU/view?usp=sharing Health History Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYeEtJT1BpMUZpU2s/view?usp=sharing...
Haven Place Youth Summer Camp - New Haven, MI
Haven Place Youth Camp (July 31 thru Aug. 7). 7th-12th graders will be staying at Haven Place. Only $30.00 per person 8 days 7 nights. Registreation due by July 2oth. Last year we had 28 attend. Boys will be in tents outside with the adults on watch and the Ladies will be inside with the adult Ladies. They will be mentored by College age students who will be volunteering their time during the mission week. There will be at least four other key adults to chaperone this event. The week will consist of quiet time with the Lord, learning team building skills, sacrificial service to the community and learning to use their God given talents. There will be a praise and worship band, speaker and fun activities planned during the week. Each student will be going to various work sites. Each work site may have different projects, such as light construction, painting, clean up, landscaping, etc....In the afternoons students will be leading a community kids camp which will located at Haven Place. In the evenings students will be engaged in music, a speaker, team activities, and quality interaction with each other. The students will be challenged with a...
Summer Camp Rising 3rd-6th graders-Deposit Due - Toccoa, GA
KIDS CAMP - Sutter, CA
Want to learn the western way of life, ride a horse, or just be on a ranch? This is the opportunity for you! Butte Star Ranch is hosting its fist ever kids horse camp! The event is going to be held on July 20th and 21st! Only 10 kids are going to be accepted! Reserve your child's spot now! Two days of action packed horse activities for just $125 and we provide the horses! Call the ranch today 530-755-0154!
FPYC FundFest - Woodbury, MN
Come one and all to the fall FUND fest. This is a fabulous opportunity to support Flaming Pine Youth Camp. Many of the funds used to run camp are raised at this event. So, Invite your friends, bring your wallet, and come for an evening of fun activities to support FPYC. Activities you'll see this year include: Purchase a wristband for unlimited bounces in the bounce house. Purchase tickets for: Professional face painting Kids crafts Dessert Bar/Bake sale Concession Stand Carnival Games Don't forget the silent and live auction!
June 13-16: Plein Air Art & Adventure (Ages 13-16) - Mountain Kids!
Ahh, the natural world - a canvas of beauty that has enchanted artists since the beginning of time! Young artistes will learn how to paint ‘en plein air and travel to Georgia OKeeffe country for an overnight campout, using the light and landscape for inspiration. We will cool off in Abiquiu Lake in between art sessions before heading home to Santa Fe to complete our plein-air art adventure! 505-699-6230
Visual Art - Junior Center of Art & Science
The curriculum focuses on developing and expanding stu- dents artistic skills through a series of age appropriate, fun and engaging lessons. Drawing and painting projects em- phasize line, gesture, perspective, light, shadow, contour and composition as experienced instructors demonstrate a variety of techniques 510-839-5777
Baseball Camp A - Warner Park Baseball Complex
The basic design of the CDS Baseball camp is to help young baseball players develop a fundamental baseball skill set and learn tactical elements of the game. The goal of the camp is to equip campers with the skills to compete at a high level of play. The camp will be directed by David Houseton, CDS Varsity Baseball Head Coach at Covenant Day School. He will be assisted by his coaching staff as well as former and returning Covenant Day baseball players. What to bring/wear: • A cooler with water or favorite beverage – water will be supplied • Glove and bat, helmet and catchers gear if available • Baseball cleats or turf shoes • Shorts or baseball pants For more information please contact David Houseton at 704-400-5933 (704) 708-6102
Civil War Adventure (July) - Historic Travellers Rest
The winter of 1864 brought two great armies to Travellers Rest to fight the Battle of Nashville, a battle that would decide the outcome of the war in Tennessee. Become a soldier and learn what life was like. From drills to meeting a Civil War soldier, experience your own adventure! 615-832-8197 x14
Tea Party Pottery - Art Unleashed!
OF CLASS Students will create a series of dishes including teapots, tea cups, saucers and more! By using a variety of handbuilding techniques, students will go beyond creating just one piece of art, but an entire series of artwork. 314-628-1024