Summer Camps in Belleville, KS
Our Slalom session for improving your slalom skills. Session 4 will be 4 days of slalom training and technical drills. During our slalom camp we will focus on technical skills and tactics to help your daughter gain confidence in slalom. *The double session includes Session 4 & 5, July 5-17 At Keelys Ski Camp many of the all female coaching staff are recently retired from the U. S. Ski Team or are still racing at the highest levels (Olympic, World Cup, Noram, NCAA and FIS). Each day on the hill the coaches offer world-class visuals by training with and coaching the girls. 406-581-4991
Latest Review for Makemie Woods Camp
Makemie Woods is a wonderful place for kids to learn new things, meet new friends and become a part of a "family." The program has had consistent leadership for over 20 years- unsual for progams like this. Quality staff provide great role models. Both of my boys attended and had a wonderful time. Many of the staff over the years started as campers. All one has to do is attend a closing campfire to realize that this is a special... Read More...
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Relentless Teen Camp - Lake Stevens, WA
Pre-Register for this years 2016 Relentless Teen Camp! The total cost of camp is $139 Have your $30 deposit paid as soon as possible to save your spot Deadline is July 12th 2016. Any registration after that goes up to159 Check imrelentless.org for more details and info about camp, including permission slips, packing lists, what to bring and what not to bring, the camp schedule, and more!
Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17
Teen Bring a Friend Weekend - De Leon Springs, FL
For youngsters in grades 5 through 10. Campers are allowed to bring a friend of the same sex and approximate age if they so choose. This weekend program allows for interactions amongst peer groups and a learning experience for those campers without diabetes. Educational sessions relating to Teen Issues, School Issues and How To-Be-A Friend are lead by the pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, dietitians and mental health professionals. Networking and the support of their peers is critical to this age. Campers are also treated to activities such as a beach party, luau, casino night and land sports.
Kid's Community College South Campus Fall Festival - Riverview, FL
Come visit our booth at Kid's Community College 2016 Fall Festival. Join us for a day of family fun while supporting Kid's Community College. There will be games, raffles, vendors (US!), and much more.
BLBA Camp 2016 - Crivitz, WI
Our annual BLBA Summer Camp for kids and youth. This is life-changing week that could be potentially a monumental event for your kids! The week contains great food, campfires, group activities, fishing and swimming, Bible studies, and so much more! Plan this into your summer events
Summer Camp - Half Day Morning - Week 8 - Mockingbird Baby
Morning: Levers, Trebuchets & Catapults What happens when you combine levers and robotics? Medieval machines, catapults, trebuchets, draw bridges, hammers, clock and walking robots! Do you know the difference between a trebuchet and a catapult? Can you make a robotic clock? Here is your opportunity to learn about the different types of levers while building Lego robots. In Levers, Trebuchets & Catapults you will nail the competition while time and the ping pong balls of warfare fly as you break down enemy walls and minions. A little modern technology and Lego can defy the impossible. Note: Even though between some weekly sessions there might appear the same program names, in our actual education program, we will have different depth of technology and engineering principles to be applied by our children under our inspirational guidance... Your kids will never feel bored and never repeat the same experiment or exploration... 7135985250.0
Summer Blockbuster Filmmaking - Main Street School of Performing Arts
Write, shoot, edit, and premiere your own mini summer blockbuster. Learn scripting technique, camera and shooting skills, and some digital editing tricks to make your movie stand out. 9522241340.0
.Camp | Youth Art Camp-session 1: GRADE 5 - Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
Summer Youth Art Camp: Grade 5 Summer art camp is the perfect retreat for the young artist. A faculty of professional artists and art educators provide hands-on activities that expose students to a variety of artistic styles and art processes. Campers rotate by age group to different studio classes for drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and mixed media. Daily enrichment activities may include entertainment, movement/dance, presentations and games that explore different cultures and forms of art. Parents are asked to provide a daily lunch, snacks and beverage for their children. A reception and art exhibition is held on the last Friday of camp. Family and friends are invited to attend. *Register your child for the grade they will enter in Fall 2016. Session 1: July 11 - July 22 Monday-Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm $495 Members, $535 Guests -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR ALL CAMP FORMS & GENERAL INFORMATION Go to: www.BBArtCenter.org  Click: SUMMER ART CAMP Students should be registered for the school grade they will enter in the Fall 2016. All special requests should be submitted two weeks in advance. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty
The "Boys of Summer" Competition Camp - Roadrunner Baseball Field
Check In & Late Registration: 2:00-3:00 PM at Roadrunner Field, Camp Hours 3-9 PM Limit: 60 Purpose: 1) Evaluation Section run by qualified staff. Evaluation will include: Height, Weight, 40 yard dash, arm strength & bat speed tested on radar gun, agility & quickness. Scores will be given to each individual at the end of camp. 2) Divide campers into teams and play games at the UTSA Baseball & Softball fields. We will provide a game experience. Teams will be coached by a UTSA staff member or player. 3) Teaching and Drill Work included 4) Parents are welcome to stay and watch the games or get some errands run and come back for pick-up. Cost Includes: T-Shirt, Camp Tuition & Dinner each evening. 210-458-4811
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