Summer Camps in Ballinger, TX
Legacy Outback Junior Team $1400 Per Semester First 10 Students Save $400 per semester Full Payment Due 1st Day of Semester @ Legacy Golf Shop 11 Week Semester (10 Training Days - Excludes Easter Weekend March 27th) SPRING: March 20th - May 29th Includes: Swing Coaching, Physical Fitness Advice, Short Game Coaching, On Course Coaching, Mental Game Strategies, Club Fitting, Discounted Club Repair and Equipment, College Prep Advice, Unlimited Range Balls During Practice, Pro V1 Short Game Practice Balls, Launch Monitor, Merchandise Discounts, Phoenix Open Field Trip Junior Practice Membership Included 6025614653.0
Latest Review for Foxtail Girl Scout Camp
What an amazing experience for our daughter! We had hoped joining the Girl Scouts would bring her out of her shell a little bit and now she is such a bright and confident young girl, we couldn't be happier. It was actually our daughter who asked (begged!) to let her go to Camp Foxtail with her troop. This was a very big deal because it was the first time she would have an extended sleepover. After talking with some of the counselors we knew she... Read More...
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Artlore Studio's August, Kid's Art Camp Show & Reception. - Erie, PA
Please join us this Friday, August 26th from 4pm-6pm for an Art Show & Reception representing the work of our August, Summer Art Camp Kids. Beautiful, paintings, mosaics, sculpture, fabric art & more. We are also celebrating the end of our Summer Camps for 2016 & looking forward to our Fall & Winter sessions! Looking forward to seeing you!
July Youth and Teen Aerial and Circus Arts Camps - Boulder, CO
Has your child or teen ever dreamed of flying — the amazing freedom, the fun, the excitement? Join professional teachers of aerials arts and acrobatics for our exciting camps! Open to kids ages 4-18, (different age groups available) campers are invited to Frequent Flyer's Aerial Dance Studio to learn skills on trapeze, aerial fabric, sling, acrobatics and so much more. Here's what a parent said about her child's experience in camp in early June: "I just wanted to let you know that she has LOVED this camp. It is such a pleasure when I sign my child up for a camp to know that the money was well spent, and that there is no whining about going to camp - she's up and out of bed, lunch packed and ready to go every morning. I am so looking forward to the show to see all that she has been working on. Every day after camp I get a play by play breakdown of all that they did that day - I don't get that with other camps! She is so bubbly about the day and excited to share what she did and learned and looks forward to the next day....
Youth for Christ/Campus Life Annual Banquet - Columbus, IN
Join us for an unforgettable night of great food, laughs, games, and stories of how lives are being changed through the ministries of Campus Life in Columbus. Please contact me or Mikal Ryals for more information about attending the banquet. Feel free to pass the invitation along to others as well! [email protected] Tim (812)344-0771 or [email protected] Mikal (812)374-9207 or [email protected]
Kids Code Camp Costa Mesa - Costa Mesa, CA
This S. T.E.M program provides an introduction to creative computing with MIT’s Scratch programming tool, using a design-based learning approach. Creative computing is about tapping into your child’s creativity and allows your child to convert from a consumer of technology to a producer. Students will be able to “read” as well as ‘write in this digital age
Youth Bowling Camp - Pleasant Hill, IA
Great Escape is partnering with Pleasant Hill Parks & Recreation to host a week long bowling camp. Attendees will be divided into age groups to learn fundamentals such as approach, delivery, hand position, release, spot bowling, and spare conversions. Certified bowling instructors will be instructing the camp. Location: Great Escape bowling complex (655 NE 56th St.) Time: 10 - 11:30 am (every day for five days) Dates: June 20 - 24 Fee: $35/person Grades: 1st - 12th Contact: Kelena at 515-263-1700 ext. 206 or [email protected] Register: Click here (http://pleasanthilliowa.org/DocumentCenter/View/753) for the printable registration form. Registration forms may also be picked up at the Pleasant Hill Public Library or City Hall. Completed registration forms can be mailed or dropped off at Great Escape, 655 NE 56th Street in Pleasant Hill.
Welding & Wood Detailing! [A] - Coyote Central
Using MIG welders, metal saws, cold bending systems, and grinders, youll begin to master the basics of welding and metal fabrication. From a series of basic challenges, youll develop skills to create metal pieces as art (sculpture or garden art) or as function (bench, box, table). Breaking news: youll have use of the woodshop if you choose to design with both materials. Instructor: James Brandalise Skip 2/13 2063237276.0
Girls Lacrosse Weekend Day Camp - Costello Sports Complex
The camp is intended to teach players the fundamentals of lacrosse from A to Z. Players will be grouped according to their age and ability. They will receive both individual and team instruction. The USM staff is geared up to give the beginning player the skills necessary to compete, while challenging event he most advanced youngster. This camp will emphasize skill development and both individual and team concepts. Each player will receive special attention according to their individual needs. Our goal is to develop skills, team play and overall ability so that each player becomes more knowledgeable and better able to apply these concepts to game situations. The philosophy will be to improve through hard work, develop individual and team skills and to have a positive and fun experience. Girls entering grade 3 through grade 12 and at least age 8 by September 1. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There will be a $5 credit card processing fee added at checkout. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Lacrosse LOCATION USM Gorham Campus INSTRUCTOR Ashley Dyer
Camp Surprise - Keyauwee Program Center
Are you a seasoned camper who wants to help weave the magic of camp? Camp Surprise campers will work together to re-create a permanent Terabithia for the camp fairies, spread the camp spirit by planning a themed meal for the week, create a way to pass positive messages around camp, help with an all-camp activity and end the week by performing the Princess No-Name story at campfire. There will even be time to visit the horse pasture for a ride. Join us for a week of wallowing in the spirit of camp! 336-274-8491
Futuristic Dream Houses - The Evergreen School
Students will combine a wide variety of elements of design, engineering, and fantasy to create models of their own futuristic dream house. Well be learning how to and using the laser cutter for structure, 3D printer for furniture and features, electronic elements for lighting or elevators or… whatever else your child can dream up for their futuristic house. This class will focus on design, prototyping, craftsmanship, and creativity to produce the models, whether elaborate or sleek. This class will take place in our schools new innovation BIG Lab. 206-957-1533
SJC - Discovers Solar and Energy - SJC Long Island
Solar and Energy: Campers will learn about solar and wind energy using solar kits and design small scale windmills and solar panels that will work. *Laptop not needed 631 687 4556