Summer Camps in Big Timber, MT
We interrupt your summer vacation to bring you a message about a fun and exciting camp that will prepare you for a smooth flight into second grade. Each day we will go to a popular travel destination where we will polish up reading comprehension strategies, word building, and creative writing. We will also further our math skills by working on fractions, money, and telling time. Your rising second grader will soar into second grade this fall feeling confident and ready for a new adventure! 213.328.9131 x224
Latest Review for Wildwood Outdoor Education Center
My daughter improved her social skills at this camp and had fun too!
My teenage daughter has a lot of fun at this camp. She enjoys spending time talking to the camp counselors, canoeing, hiking, swimming, archery and climbing the rock wall. She also has learned how to garden. She has a new found respect for nature. She also has gained vital social skills through this camp experience. ... Read More...
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Summer Camp on the Road w/ Live Broadcast - Iowa City, IA
Live Broadcast is playing at the Summer Camp on the Road Battle of the Bands. Come hear our first show of 2016 and don't forget to vote for us! The winners get to perform at the 2016 Summer Camp Music Festival. We appreciate all of your suport! $5
Matthew 28 : 19 Youth camp! - Williamson, WV
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Teen Robotics Camp - Day 3 - Dublin, GA
For rising 7th-12th graders. This is a 4-day robotics workshop where we will be learning how to build and program LEGO Mindstorms. SEATS ARE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE AT THE REFERENCE DESK. Teens who register are expected to attend all four days of the workshop.
SENIOR YOUTH FORUM CAMP - mukono
THE SENIOR YOUTH FORUM CAMP PROPOSED TO HELP IN KAMPAL SOUTH BRANCH AT ST MICHEAL HIGH SCHOOL SONDE MUKONO . ON 4TH TO 9TH OF DECEMBER 2015 UNDER THE THEME " THE WORLD STARTS WITH ME '
Summer Camp Cascadia 2016 - Klickitat, WA
What would it take to harness the collective wisdom, resources and desires embodied in the New Culture community? This year at New Culture Summer Camp Cascadia, we will be exploring our creative edges, expanding our comfort zone, and integrating the skills, knowledge and intuitions of participants to co-create an experience that is unique, alive, and transformational. We are inviting talented facilitators and presenters to join us in our experiment as we also open up the programming to respond directly to the desires of the group in the moment. What will arise? What will we create? What new discovery will we uncover as we practice together being fully present in our bodies and in community? Each day will include ZEGG-style Forum for connection and transparency. Together we will cultivate connections, empower personal and social change, support healing, and explore love & freedom of choice. There will be plenty of space to go for a hike, sit by the fire and create a cultural revolution from the inside out. Registration opens March 1st. See our website for more info. www.ncnw.us
Sports Camp week 2- Flag Football - Orchard Park Recreation
During the first hour of flag football camp, children will focus on the fundamental skills of football such as passing, punting, kicking and defense. Agility and hand-eye coordination will also be emphasized. During the second hour, children will be able to eat a healthy snack and then participate in a series of cooperative games that will enhance their capabilities of being a good teammate and showing good sportsmanship. The third hour of flag football camp will focus on the basic rules of the game such as flag guarding, off sides , false start and passing interference, as well as the scoring system for football and the duties of each position. Additionally, modified games of flag football will be played during the third hour. As the skills of each child advance over the course of the week, the third hour will consist of more realistic game-like situations. Equipment will be provided. New This Year! Thursday Field Tri ps ! This week w e will going to SkyZone -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCATION Green Lake Field
Disneys Beauty & The Beast - Loudoun Arts Center
1st Week of 3 – Be our guest and step into the enchanted world of Disneys BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, which offers students a great introduction to musical theatre, using familiar songs and characters to guide them through their production. 703-444-5888
Cabinets of Curiosity - Lyman Campus
Ages: Girls and Boys Entering Grades 7 - 9 Dates: June 27 – July 1 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Format: One-week session designed around challenging activities Location: Laurels Lyman Campus in Shaker Heights Tuition: $360/session Cabinets of curiosity, also known as wonder rooms, were collections of extraordinary objects used to categorize the world and tell stories about its oddities. In this class, we will create a wonder room by investigating several of the many ways in which science and art intersect. By highlighting the overlap between art and science, we will gain a better understanding of each, as well as a new appreciation for how art can play a role in scientiﬁc processes and how science can inform and facilitate the creation of visual art. Topics of exploration may include: • Gyotaku/ﬁsh printing • Biological illustration • Kinetic sculpture • Cyanotyping/solar prints • The golden ratio and biomimicry • Using bacteria as paint • Nature journaling and the history of collecting 216-455-0154
Camp KIA - Week 4-Time Machine - Recreation Center and Natatorium
Hop on board our time machine, well be travelling back in time to old school games, pioneer arts, grandparents recipes, and survival strategies that helped humans live off of the land. Come along for the ride! Field Trip: Jumping World AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION RCN - Multi-Purpose Room Entire at Recreation Center and Natatorium
Accelerate - MALE (Grade 5 - 8 by Fall 2015) - Blue Grass Christian Camp
Accelerate (Middle School) is one of our most popular weeks of camp. This week is offered to those campers going into the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. This week always fills fast. The week contain exciting classes, games, activities, and worship geared specifically for this age group. 8592635239.0