Summer Camps in Baconton, GA
Instructor: Twila Brock Beginning and advanced beginner students will have the opportunity to continue developing their skills in the various approaches to throwing functional ware on the wheel under the guidance of Twila Brock who specializes in this area. Instruction will be focused on basic techniques. Forms will be thrown, altered, and assembled to create various vessels. Projects will be tailored to the students skill level. Glazing techniques will also be addressed. Students must provide a clean towel each week. No extra supplies will be necessary. *7 Tuesdays beginning April 14 & 1 Thursday, May 28 (20 hours total) 2 PLUs for GA teachers are available; to coordinate please contact the GHIA Education Director. 706-722-5495
Latest Review for Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center
Before settling on the 4-H Center for our daughter's summer camp we had the chance to take a tour. We were very impressed. The bunkrooms were spotless. Although I can only imagine what will happen when the kids move in! They have a full program that is sure to keep the kids busy and challenged throughout their stay. We were also very impressed with all the counselors. A very friendly and helpful staff. I only wish I could go to camp again!... Read More...
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Youth Summer Circus Camp! - Austin, TX
We are so excited to be launching our brand new youth program with 2 exciting new offerings, Elemental Circus Camp and Sunday open level youth classes. Sign up for one or both weeks of Elemental Circus Camp this summer. Youth of ages 6-16 will undergo a circus adventure including age and skill appropriate lessons in performance, aerial arts, tumbling, balance and coordination, juggling, dance and magic. Youth will be grouped by age, and do not need to have any previous circus experience. With the exception of students advanced in aerial, gymnastics, or dance training, who will have the opportunity to submit an audition video to be grouped in an advanced mixed age group covering material more appropriate to their level. JULY 6-17th: M-F 9am-3pm at our new South Aerial Arts Center location. 3900 Drosett Drive, Austin TX $350 for 1 week, $600 for 2 weeks Please submit audition videos for advanced placement to: [email protected] Sign up here: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=23565&stype=-8&sTG=36&sVT=65&sView=day&date=07/06/15
Kid's Rock Summer Camp - Roanoke, VA
For Kindergarten through 6th grade. We will have our annual Music Camp in the morning followed by lunch and other activities in the afternoon. Children can join us for the entire day or choose to attend only the morning Music Camp, or the afternoon camp. Cost is $100 per child for the week (or $50 for half-day camp). Scholarships are available. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about music, to work on service projects, and to get in some build time with our Bricks for God program. Register online at http://rcumc.org/ministries/summer-events/
Summer Camp: On The Road at Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, OH - Columbu
The Summer Camp: On The Road Tour returns this February & March – come out and support your favorite local bands as they compete for the chance to perform alongside moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Steve Miller Band, Widespread Panic, STS9, Big Gigantic and many more at the 15th Annual Summer Camp Music Festival this May. Stop out for Summer Camp 2015 ticket giveaways and performances from: Electric Orange Peel Yosemight Yugen Manitoa Don't Fear the Satellites Red Eye Jive Pilots Details: http://SummerCampFestival.com/?p=20819
WCHC 2016 YOUTH CAMP BIOHAZARD - Angelus Oaks, CA
COST $150.00 PER PERSON. IF REGISTERED BEFORE JUNE 1st $140.00 PER PERSON. $50.00 DOLLAR DEPOSIT NON REFUNDABLE. SPACE IS LIMITED. XBOX ONE RAFFLE. ZIP LINE, ROCK CLIMB, LEAP OF FAITH, ARCHERY, SPORTS TOURNAMENT & SCAVENGER HUNT.
UITF West Coast Summer Camp - Valley Center, CA
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Pottery Camp w/Green Screen Movie, Ages 8-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Pottery Program 9:30am to 5pm Pottery Camp with Movie Making with a Green Screen Session I: June 27 to July 8 No camp on Monday, July 4 Pottery Camp This camp is for children who are interested specifically in working with clay to create pottery, sculpture, and more. Campers are grouped in age-specific classes (6 to 8, and 9 to 12). Campers will have the opportunity to use the Museums diverse collection of Native American pottery as inspiration. Much of the work created in Pottery Camp will be kiln fired, some will be functional, some will be decorative, and all of it will be treasured for years to come. Much of this artwork will be displayed at the receptions in Leir Hall at the end of each session. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.48.07 AM  Movie Making with a Green Screen Create your own visual effects video using green screen technology. Held in MAMs Digital Media Lab, students will work collaboratively to create, shoot, and edit short video projects that include unbelievable visual effects with the students as the stars! Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.24.29 AM  AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics Studio at The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
Africans in Diaspora - Fieldston
Only open to students who are currently enrolled in Fall 2015 session The Africans in Diaspora Club will expose students to a variety of cultures while also looking at the many ways that Africa and its people have influenced the broader world. Students will have the opportunity to read, and critically discuss, Margy Burns Knights book, Africa Is Not A Country, with the intent of dismantling stereotypes and developing an appreciation for Africas diverse people, histories, colors, languages and foods. Additionally, students will be actively engaged in the process of learning, playing, dancing, eating and organizing. There is a strong possibility that there will be an international trip (during Spring Break 2016) connected to this club. Club time will be used to prepare for the trip. 212-712-6230
Sea Lab - Session 6 - Community Boating Center
***THIS CLASS IS FOR SEALAB STUDENTS ONLY - WE WILL CONFIRM W SEALAB IF YOURE ENROLLED IN THEIR PROGRAM*** Community Boating Center of New Bedford is a great place to send your children to have a safe fun and positive time. Community Boating Center of New Bedfords mission is to "Teach positive life values to youth through boating." This summer we are working even more in incorporate US Sailings REACH program into our summer programs. The REACH program works to teach children science, technology, engineering and math in fun and innovative ways. It helps kids learn STEM subjects while engaging in fun land and water based activities. Our programs also follow the philosophy of safety, fun and learning in that order. This summer Community Boating has Chosen to assign students to their classes. We believe assigning students will allow us the best flexibility to get more children involved in our programs as well as it will allow our instructors their best opportunity to mentor and teach children. 5089926219.0
Session 3: Leadership Training - The Hitchcock Center for the Environment
CAMP Leadership Training Camp is back for its third season in Summer 2016! We are thrilled to be continuing this program as a two-week session jam-packed with outdoor adventures, group challenges, nature hikes and leadership discussions. This exciting camp is a combination of all the usual Hitchcock camp games and songs and leadership skills that will apply to being a Junior Counselor at Hitchcock and just in life! We hope to incorporate our favorite activities from last year, such as rock climbing, the ropes course challenge and our camping overnight, and go on new trips too. Well get a chance to both work with the younger campers to put what we learn into practice and to be campers ourselves playing in the woods and exploring nature. This camp is designed for all Hitchcock campers ages 11-13 (entering sixth through eighth grade) whether youre a first-time Leader in Training or returning from last year. 4132566006.0
Session One - Beals Point Beach State Park
The Folsom Lake SRA Junior Lifeguard Program trains children ages 8-16 years of age in aquatic safety, while providing them with an interactive and well rounded outdoor education. Each participant is given instruction and hands on training in CPR/1st Aid and Aquatic Rescue techniques/equipment. Educational trips include a river-rafting trip, bicycle tour of the American River bike trail, and ocean orientation during the Santa Cruz camping trip. **Please keep in mind that one uniform T-shirt and a JG rashguard are included in the tuition price. If you wish to purchase more uniform items, you may do so on this same registration site. This includes board shorts, sweatpants and sweatshirts, additional t-shirts or rashguards, or patches to put on your own store bought navy blue gear. 916-791-1007