Summer Camps in Brownfield, TX
Week 3: The Construction Zone (FULL DAY) June 27- July 1, 2016 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Tuition: $355.00 Put on your Camp Griffin construction hat, strap on your tool belt, gather bricks, blocks and Legos, young Explorers! This is the week for building architectural masterpieces with your counselors. Children will spend a week building and creating homes, construction sites, castles, and more! The Explorers will roll their way to The National Building Museum to explore and celebrate tools, design, construction, and the environment. Build a summer of memories at Camp Griffin! (703) 340-7268
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River Way Ranch Camp
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Become a Youth Teaching Artist or Art Camp Guide! - Albuquerque, NM
Harwood is looking for talented individuals with innovative curricula that integrate the arts with other areas of study such as science, humanities, engineering, technology and/or math to join our Youth Arts Teaching Artist Corps in both performing and visual arts for youth ages 6 - 14. Our Youth Arts Education Programs include Summer Art Camp, Creative Roots Community Outreach and Art & Sol After School Creativity Workshops. All programs offer in-depth skill building as well as opportunities for individual and collaborative creative exploration Applications for Summer Art Camp 2016 must be received by 5pm, Monday, January 11, 2016. Become a Summer Art Camp Guide Looking for an exciting summer job working with children in a creative environment? Harwood is in search of hard-working individuals with great energy to guide campers through Summer Art Camp! Applications for Summer Art Camp 2016 must be received by 5pm, Monday, January 11, 2016. Click the Link!!! http://ow.ly/VDguP
DodgeThis 2016 - Lake Geneva, WI
The annual WALCO DodgeThis tournament!! Make a team with friends from school and come ready to play dodgeball!! Complete with concessions, DJ, and an awesome guest speaker!!! -Min of 5 players/max of 7 players -Students 7th-12th Grade -must have a Team Coach (adult) -NEW THIS YEAR--- Prize for the best dressed team!!!! NO Team NO Problem!! Come the day of and be put on a free agent list! And we will make a team for you!! FOR STUDENTS 7-12th GRADE
Summer Camp - Bangor, ME
Week long summer camp at Camp Roosevelt in Eddington. July 10 - 15
2015 Teen Hayride and Campfire Service! - Fairmont, NC
Just $5.00 per person and that will include a simple hotdog dinner. Primarily for 7th-12 graders. Come join us for our annual Teen Hayride and Campfire Service! We will enjoy a few of the camp activities and reunite with many of the friends from summer camp then settle down for a special time of worship around the campfire by the lake!
The Coronation of Barthelemy and Oda - Blountsville, AL
Please join us for a weekend full of celebrations and tournaments! There will be heavy fighting, rapier fighting, archery, a delicious feast, and the traditional White Rose Ball! Weekend Off Board (site fee only) Adult Event Registration $23 Minus $5 Member Discount: $18 Child under 18: Bed fee $6 Weekend On Board (site fee, feast, 2 breakfasts) Adult Event Registration: $33 Minus $5 Member Discount: $28 Teens (Ages 13 – 17): $16 Children (Ages 5 – 12): $11 Child under age 5: $6 Day Trip Off Board (site fee only) Adult Event Registration: $17 Minus $5 Member Discount: $12 Child under 18: Free Day Trip On Board (site fee, feast, breakfast) Adult Event Registration: $27 Minus $5 Member Discount: $22 Teens (Ages 13 – 17): $10 Children (Ages 5 – 12): $5 Children under age 5: Free Autocrat: Baronessa Lucilla da Cefalu Stephanie Ross [email protected] (205) 542-7386 Co-Autocrat: Duchess Katrina of Iron Mountain Katrina Clifford, (205) 603-0539 [email protected] Reservations: THL Adelaide Colette de Monferrer Patricia Lovelady 1106 Chapel Creek Dr, Hoover, AL 35226 [email protected], (256) 452-8770 Feastcrat: Mistress Ailleagan nas Seolta Rachel Strange, (256) 479-1321 [email protected] RV spaces available; contact THL Anne Geyervogelin for more information: 205-277-9792 (landline; please leave a message).
(VB3) Volleybal HS Skillsl Camp - Grace Hall
National Elite Camp: This camp is designed for a varsity athlete or club player who plays year round. It is an intensive four day training program including elements of individual, team and specialty training. Three sessions will be dedicated to individual skill development. Three sessions will be designed to improve the players skills within their specialty. The final sessions will focus on developing a complete understanding of all team functions using game action drills and 6v6 competition. 610 758 3589
Kettering Freshmen Football Camp - Waterford Kettering High School
For students entering grade 9 at Waterford Kettering for the school year 2016-2017 Instructor: Coach Shaun Warner Students will receive instruction from the Kettering High School coaching staff. Fundamentals and drills for the odd front attack defense and the Kettering spread motion offense will be taught. A variety of team building activities will also be incorporated. Bring football cleats, gym shoes and a lunch. Camp includes a t-shirt if registered prior to June 1st. Registration will also be accepted the first day of camp, June 20 at 8:00 a.m. GRADES 8 - 9 LOCATION Waterford Kettering High School at Waterford Kettering High School INSTRUCTOR WSD Staff
Secret World of Birds (5 part series) - Owen Park
Dive deep into the mysterious and inspiring world of our avian friends. Join us for five days of exploring the astounding lives of Birds. In this course you will gain a solid foundation in Bird Identification and Bird Language, gaining remarkable insights about what our avian friend can tell us about our environment and ourselves. Dates: Wednesdays-April 6, 13 & 27, May 4 & 11(with a break on April 20) Time: 9:00am to 2:00pm Taught by: Luke Cannon, Michael Ismerio, and Clint Corley Note: SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE(no one turned away due to lack of funds). Contact us at for more info. 8283389787.0
Junior Soccer Shots Girls/Boys - Sanford Day Camp
Soccer camp will be held under the directions of Soccer Shots™, a leader in youth soccer development in the DE and PA area under the direction of C.C. Colasante. CC was an all-state player for Salesianum, All-American while playing at LaSalle, and also played professionally for the Philadelphia Kixx. Players will be taught the fundamentals of shooting and passing. Mornings will consist of skill sessions and afternoons will be occupied with competitive games and scrimmages. Teamwork around the net will be emphasized. ------------- LOCATION: Sanford School. Please drop your child off at the Sports Center at 8:45 a.m. Pick up will be in the same location at 11:45 a.m. unless your child is registered for day camp (1/2 day) in which case they will be escorted to lunch and then to day camp for the afternoon. ------------ RAINY DAYS: Please wear sneakers. Camp held indoors ------------ WHAT TO BRING: Light-weight, loose fitting shirts, shorts, socks and sneakers or soccer shoes. Water Bottle Bathing suit and towel for free swim in the afternoon. Lunch, unless purchasing from Camp. ($35.00/per week) A drink will be provided for all by the Camp. An afternoon icy treat will be served. ------------ At the end... 610-565-4850
Int/Adv Ceramics 6:30pm - Terry Shepherd - The Art Center
This class is a continuation of Fundamentals in Clay. Students will acquire skills, techniques, and study of form and function that include throwing, hand building, and altered throwing techniques. Further study of cone 10 stoneware, porcelain clay, multiple glazes, and alternative firing processes will be introduced. 970-243-7337 x2