Summer Camps in Blackwell, OK
Its a weekday, and school is out! If you would like something fun for your junior scientist to do from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm, then bring ‘em on by! We will have all sorts of fun science going on at the lab. Limited seats available. Drop off begins at 9:30 am for our single day camp. We will provide a morning and afternoon science snack. Please bring a non-refrigerated, peanut free lunch for your child. You will also have the option ($5) to sign up for pizza and juice when you arrive. 9194605800.0
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Penn-Jersey Youth Camp 2015 - Mount Bethel, PA
This page is here for you to share in the anticipation (campticipation) as we near the start of youth camp. And to give you a place to post thoughts during and after camp about the things you learned and loved. Penn-Jersey District Youth Camp 2015 walk in love. Tuscarora Inn & Conference Center For registration details contact Brad Swink.
Home for Christmas: Kid's Cooking Camp - Medina, OH
Home for Christmas : Kid’s Cooking Camp Cooking Class at Cool Beans Café: 3 days 1. Tuesday, December 20th 10:30am to Noon Marshmallow Mix! 2. Wednesday, December 21st 10:30am to Noon Gingerbread Sandwich Cookies! 3. Thursday, December 22nd 10:30am to Noon Candy Cane Lane! $25 per child, per class. $45 for 2 classes, $65 for 3 classes. Cost due at time of registration. No refunds for cancellation, unless someone can fill the reservation. Register by calling Jennifer at 440.263.5282 or emailing [email protected] For a complete list of classes, visit COOLBEANSMEDINA.COM
Whiteville Touchdown Club Youth Summer Camp - Whiteville Wolfpack Stad
Coach Little, his staff and players will provide training on skills & proper football technique. This camp will be for Flag and Tackle football players ages 5-11, no Middle or High school athletes.
First Day of Summer Camp 2016 - Bessemer, AL
We’re SO EXCITED and we just can’t hide it! Summer is almost here and we’ve just finalized our offerings for the upcoming camp season. The first day of camp will be May 31, 2016 and we know it's going to be a great season. Session details and registration is now available online @ www.campfire-al.org!
Senior High Teen Camp 2016 - Augusta, WV
The Theme this year is: LIFE IS MESSY! Registration for this COST FREE week of teen camp begins at 4:30 on Tuesday, July 19th. Activities for Senior High could include (but is not limited to) Boogie Bowling (with strobe lights), laser tag, basketball, carpet ball, ping pong, volleyball, putt putting, water slide, water balloons, swimming, paddle boat riding, playing on playground equipment, softball, hiking, sharing bathroom & shower facilities with other campers, sleeping on floors in rooms at the Church building, community service, worship and recreation,and traveling to activities. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty or stained and bring plenty of towels.
Laurens First and Goal Football Camp PA - Lafayette Colleges Metzgar Athletic Campus
LFG Football Camp is a one day, instructional clinic for high school aged players taught by volunteer college coaches from across all divisions. It is a unique opportunity to hone your skills, learn new techniques and drills and showcase your talent to the more than 300 college coaches volunteering their time and talents to coach for the day. LFG is not a combine - there is no timed 40, vertical, height/weight measurement, ect. It is a learning experience open to players of all levels. Players are grouped by graduation year (rising seniors and underclassmen) and position chosen, and rotate through offensive and defensive sessions throughout the day. Kickers have the option of staying with the kicking specialist coaches for the entire day, or rotating to another position if desired. Quarterbacks also have the option of playing quarterback all day, but we encourage players to rotate to another position. Players do not wear pads or helmets, but we recommend mouthguards. Please refer to our web site www.lfgf.org for details on travel information, sample schedule, frequently asked questions and other information. (610) 250-6981
Greenwing Golf Camp - Parks
Greenwing Golf Camp- 2016 Atikwa Golf Club Where: Atikwa Golf Club at Arrowwood Resort Cost: $60 Who: Beginner or experienced golfers- Girls & Boys ages 7-15 When: 8:30-9:30 a.m. or 1-2 p.m. on Mondays starting June 13th- August 1st Schedule: June 13th: The Basics- Grip, aim, posture and ball position. (Meet at driving range) A good setup leads to success as a golfer! June 20th- Irons, divots, and finish. (Meet at the Executive Putting course by the Recreation Building) Good players hit down on the ball to make it go up in the air and finish facing the target. June 27th- Putting. (Meet by the driving range) Putts can make up half or more of a golfers shots. Learn speed and feel on the greens. July 11th- Drivers- Smash it! (Meet at the driving range) Develop swing speed using your body to launch the ball off the tee! July 18th- Short Game. (Meet at the Driving Range) Basics of pitch shots and chip shots- lower your score fast! July 25th- Play Golf! (Meet at Clubhouse) First day on the golf course- learn...
Level 1 & 2 Mountain Bike - Ute Valley Park @ Pinon Valley
This camp is for kids with Level 1 and Level 2 mountain biking skills. Kids will break into two groups after the first day of camp based on age/ability. LEVEL 1 After a kid has become confident riding a bicycle on two wheels, with the ability to steer and brake the bike appropriately, we move into more skill development of bicycle handling, overall confidence, and building up young mountain biking ambassadors. We teach appropriate trail and group riding etiquette and build on the childs ability to brake, steer, and handle the bicycle on gravel both uphill and downhill. LEVEL 2 This level becomes the difference between a ‘beginner and an ‘intermediate mountain biker. Though age is not the determining factor, kids are usually at least 7 years old and have been riding a bicycle confidently for a couple years. With level 2 comes more substantial mountain biking with drills specific to handling a bicycle on singletrack. Capacity for riding grows to longer consecutive riding stretches, maintaining energy and enthusiasm for riding, and the ability to show multiple riding skills naturally. There are no requirements for type of bike. Most important is that the bike fits the child. Gears and hand... 7193553573.0
Camp Broadway | Atlanta - Rialto Center for the Arts
Back by popular demand, Camp Broadway returns to Atlanta with our New York team of Broadway professionals to present our annual classic summer camp. Camp Broadways Original Summer Program enables theater-loving kids, ages 10-17, to develop their confidence, character and presentation skills through ensemble performance. Hosted at the Rialto Center for the Arts, our staff will immerse your child in an authentic Broadway rehearsal process that allows all campers to be successful regardless of experience level. Inspired by Broadways cherished works and steeped in its grand traditions, Camp Broadway is designed to build confidence, inspire creative expression, and instill well-being in both aspiring artists and future audiences. The package includes: 5 days (40 hours) of instruction in singing, acting, and dancing by trained Broadway professionals Master classes with Broadway artists Q&A Sessions with area industry professionals Backstage seminar with a production crew Official Camp Broadway t-shirts Official Cast of Characters headshot Healthy lunches, snacks and water Complimentary admission to the Family Finale The program culminates in a special Family Finale musical presentation. Open to all skill levels; no previous experience is necessary to enroll. 212.575.3103
Week VI Card Games and Math - Lower Elementary - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
Campers will learn fun and exciting card games that will strengthen arithmetic skills. We will also investigate probability calculations in card games and talk about strategy. All of this while having daily prizes and awards! 503-760-8220 x253