Summer Camps in Belzoni, MS
This class combines fun, friendship, fashion and fitness. Students will participate in a variety of activities including fashion drawing, card making, scrapbooking and yoga-lite. 8475043400 x2520
Latest Review for Mountain Top Summer Dance Camp
Send your Daughter to an All Girl’s Christian Dance Camp
This camp is recommended for girls ages 8 through 16 years of age. My 13 year old daughter attended Mountain Top Summer Dance Camp. What she liked about it surprised me. She really enjoyed the camaraderie of other girls who shared her passion for dance. At the end of the camp, the girls all held a talent show, and they performed for the parents. Their dancing was so good it left speechless.... Read More...
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Kid's Camp - Sweetwater, TX
Calling all older kiddos. This is open to the public, for ages 7-11. Cost is $30 each July 13-16 11-12:30
Summer Camp - Harrison, ID
Camp Easton near Coeur D' Alene, Idaho Total Cost $330 (Plus possible other side trips) $35 Deposit Due By January 25th $125 Family Payment Due by March 21st Remaining balance due by July 31st We may leave Friday night and return the following Saturday night. Yet to be determined at this time.
Exposure Youth Camp 2016 - Huntsville, AL
Reload Youth Camp - Corona, NY
Adonai Youth Camp "Reload" Join us in an unforgettable experience in the presence of God this summer at our annual youth camp. Reserve your spot now - last date to sign up May 30th (avoid paying a late fee). For more information come to our Friday services or send us a message.
Kid's Camp - West, MS
Grades 1-6. $50 registration fee due by December 30, 2016. See Bro. Randy for details.
Aquatic Sports Camp - Alga Norte Community Park
American Red Cross Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructors will lead participants through two water sessions per day which will include group swimming lessons as well as introductions to other Aquatic Sports. Participants will have the opportunity to use our giant inflatables and compete in a camp Olympics to take place on the last day of every camp. SUB-ACTIVITIES * Aquatic Sports Camp - 01  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 02  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 03  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 04  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 05  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 06  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 07  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 08  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 09  * Aquatic Sports Camp - 10 
TH-1030 Thrilling Thursday - Roosevelt Park 08837
5 weeks; or children, 3-4; 5-6 years old, GROUPED BY AGE. Rain date, if needed: 5/26 Rovers Soccer Skill Building is directed by professional soccer coach and NJ Youth Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee, Spencer Rockman. This weekly, high energy session puts emphasis on skill-building games, which promotes maximum learning and enjoyment - enhanced by a small-sided match. These sessions are family-friendly, since siblings can play at the same time, divided according to age/ experience. Rovers accommodates all levels of play for boys and girls. Please bring a soccer ball and a water bottle. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on our website for more information. Be sure to read the email confirmation you receive after registering! 732-777-1600
Introduction to Art - Visual Art Institute
Suggested for new students, our Introduction to Art class emphasizes drawing techniques, concepts and terminology, as well as art forms and mediums. You will learn to draw and paint what you see and get to use materials like pencil, ink, charcoal, watercolor, and pastels. Materials included. Instructor: Shelley Young 801-474-3796
Middle School: Caving - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
This will be our first summer of caving. Well be led by a professional "caver" who is familiar with the cave that we will explore. All equipment and training are provided. 336-629-4085
Summer Camp Session 1 - Mercer University-Claude Smith Field
Basic fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding and catching will be featured. Games will be played daily at the end of the teaching sessions. Campers will be grouped by age and ability level. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Water will be supplied during camp sessions. 478-301-2738