Summer Camps in Bismarck, ND
In this 2 day + final presentation program children will explore their natural surroundings in Keystone, Colorado. The focus will be on water ecology and will end with an investigation on water quality, which may have affected Keystone Science School regular visitor, The Hot Pink Gorilla. Potential presentation by students on Day 3 (6.15.16) for families. 970-455-4228
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$15 NEON GLOW New Years Camp for Kids - Ocean Springs, MS
$15 Neon GLOW New Years Camp for Kids KIDS NIGHT at the studio! We are turning the lights OUT & and the Black lights ON! Choose from our 4 pre-sketched designs to paint & finish with glow in the dark sauce! $15 per canvas. Join us anytime between the blocked hours, be sure to allow yourself at least an hour before we close. NO ADULT RESERVATIONS will be accepted for this event. Adults will be invited to paint with their kiddos the night of the event according to availability!
Teen Republic - Pomfret Center, CT
For all teens in 9-12 grade We will be working on a community service project at camp that involves doing some painting so please come prepared
KAMMA Camp (Kid's Art, Music, Movement, & Acting) - Marysville, CA
6 - 14 year olds are invited to participate in Yuba Sutter Arts first Kid's Art, Music, Movement and Acting (KAMMA) Camp, July 18th - July 22nd daily from 9am - 3:30pm. Kid's will take part in a well-rounded variety of artistic activities. At the end of the week, on Friday, July 22nd, an art show and performance will be held at 6pm in the Lee Burrows Center For the Arts, Theater. Full and half-day registrations are available. For information or to sign up, please call 742-2787 or stop by Yuba Sutter Arts at 624 E Street, Marysville during business hours.
Environmental Art Camp (VSA Tennessee partnership) - Gallatin, TN
Environmental Art Camp is a program created specifically for individuals with disabilities over the age of 13 who are interested in the environment and have a love of art. The camp will be under the direction of VSA Tennessee teaching artist, Dee Kimbrell. During the camp, the young people will learn about environmental issues and their effect on our national parks. Participants will create their own tunnel books that reflect ecosystems within the parks. They will also create a larger tunnel book specific to the Smoky Mountain National Park. This book will be given to the park as a 100th anniversary gift at Tremont in October. The book will remain on site as an educational tool. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis to the first 20 who register. Registration available by email at: [email protected]
Kid's Camp- Clay Project- Create your own clay dragon or faity - Jenki
Clay Camp- Dragon & fairy camp- $35, ages 8+. Please pack a drink and a lunch or snack. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545.
Skyhawks Tiny Hawk Intro to Soccer - Rosehill Community Center
This camp for pre-school aged kids introduces the essentials of one to two sports. Through games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development. Must be toilet trained in order to participate. (Min 10/ Max 12) ACTIVITY CATEGORY Camps LOCATION Upper Lawn at Rosehill Community Center INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy
Bee Hive Camp - Red River Valley Fair
Campers will get down and dirty learning about bees while building wooden beehives at the Red River Valley Fair. Campers will learn how to construct our precut beehive building stations: box station, framing station and painting station. In-between building beehives, a bee specialist will teach the campers about bees and their habitat. Request t-shirt size on the registration form. Meet at the Schollander Information Building. LOCATION Red River Valley Fair at Red River Valley Fair SESSIONS 1
Wiley Monday S3 Little Chemist - Wiley Elementary
This session is for kindergarten and first grade students only. No class January 18 or February 15. ------------------------------------------- This is a sample of our summer camp. We will have an incredible collection of projects and experiments for your little scientist! By being involved with several hands-on activities your child will explore the basic scientific ideas that play a role in everyday life. Projects may include: glowing firefly, seashell necklace, slime creations. 919-847-7625
PreBallet & Creative Movement PK-1 (Thursday) - Janney Elementary School
Ms Meshberger will be leading our youngest students dancing and leaping as they learn a range of pre-ballet and other dance and movement activities. Dance is a wonderful way for children to express themselves and learn to stretch and strengthen their bodies while, of course, having a lot of fun! There will be a small performance during the final class on June 9th. 202-724-8950
Tennis 3 - Brigham Young University
Join BYU mens tennis head coach Brad Pearce for a week of incredible tennis! Learn strategies, tactics and techniques through drills, on-court instruction and singles and doubles play. Players will receive instruction on the fundamentals of all major strokes and will practice these strokes through feeding, live-ball drilling and competitive match-play. Students will hone their skills as they have an opportunity to advance through each of five stations that are set up to practice every aspect of their game. They will also have an opportunity to improve their fitness and participate in competitive off-court games that focus on enhancing their flexibility through stretching, agility and endurance. In addition, they will play competitive matches in both singles and doubles. This is excellent preparation for anyone interested in participating in high school tennis or preparing to compete in USTA leagues and/or tournaments. On Friday of each week, all participants will play in an individual singles tournament against players that are at their level. Trophies are awarded for the winners and runner-ups, but all will play multiple matches. The camp concludes after the tournament on Friday with an awards ceremony. The ceremony begins at 1 p.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m. for those... 801-422-5724